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THE OA1LY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY M0RM1W, NOVEMBER i8, 1881.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFPICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL PA Pit K OP ALKXiNDKR OOUNTT.
4NTBKKO AT THB CAIUO POHTOPPICK FOB
TBANS1IIBSI0N TOKOCOH THK MAILS AT
SECOND CLA8I RATES.
The name of the man ehot at Hodges
Park Monday wsa Normao High, and the
abootist waa a son of Jooea, the saloon
keeper. The f oi mur was laid to bo a des
perado and made some dangerous demon
strations toward young Jones, which, it is
believed, justified the latter in shooting.
No news as High's condition yesterday
reached this city.
-We have mora doctors io proportion to
our population thm any other . country in
the world. An exchange gives the figures
as follows: In France the proportion of
doctors to the population is 2.91 per 10,000;
Germany, 8.81 per 10,000; Austria, 8.41 per
10,000; England, 6 per 10,000; Hungary,
6.10 per 10,000; Ita'y, 010 per 10,000;
Switzerland, 706 per 10,000; United
States, 16.24 per 10.000.J
The London B irough scene presented
in the Lights o' London entertainment, is
said to be their best and is wonderfully
realistic and happy. The grouping of roast
potato venders; salesman of sheeps trotters;
the lively boisterous crowd; gin shops, into
which we can see all combined, renders a
most delightfully animated picture of a
poor but popular nook of old London's
The Arabs, who were l-:ft at Carbon
dale Monday night, did uot return until 4
o'clock yesterday morning. They were nil
engaged in a very interesting interview with
a sumptuous meal to which the hospitable
people of Carbondale had treated them,
when the special pulled out and left them.
They are loud and eloquent In their praises
of the people of Carbondale, who did all
that conld have been doi,e to make them
leel at home. And they are equt ly loud
and eloquent in their eipresaions of regret
and disappointment at arriving too late to
do any good to the burning building.
The oumber of pupils enrlle i in our
pnblic schools during the month of Octo
ber last was 1,139, of which 391 were col
ored and 748 white. They were divided
among the touchers as follows: M:ss Chase,
55; Miss LaCron. 43; Miss Stewart, 54;
Miss Yocum, 43; Miss Armstrong, 123; Mr.
Green, 35; Miss McKee, 67; Miss M. E.
Riley, 63; Miss A. M. Riley, 44; Miss Schut
ter, 57; Miss Sbepard, 63; Miss Cook, 111;
Mr. Williams, 88; Miss Carter, 42; Mr. Car
ter,88; Miss Daniels, 108. The board has
also established a colored school at a place
about 4 miles above the city, called Pil
grims U-st, whsro Miss Alcck has 80
pupils. The attendance of white children
falls considerably short of that of the same
month last year.
Recently the Supreme Court at Pitts
burg affirmed the decision of the lower
court in a suit of Gardner v. The Pullman
Palace Car company. The case attracted
widespread attention, and Gardner secured
a verdict of f 300 for having been robbed of
valuables while sleeping in one of the
Pullman cars. The Supreme Court's
opinion held that the company, while not
liable in action as an inn-keeper or common
carrier, yet a reasonable and proper degree
of care is imposed on them. The main ob
ject in taking passage in such a car Is to
permit the passengers to sleep. While in
that helpless condition a duty rests on the
company to provide a reasonable care and
caution against valuables of the passenger
being stolen from bis bed or from clothes
on his person. This is not a case of robbery
by forco and violence, but by stealthy lar
ceny. The tact thaa another passenger in
the same car was robbed the same night
waa admissible as bearing on the absence
of the proper care by the company.
It appears from a table of statistics
relating to suicide, published by 'The In
surance Chronicle,' that in the three months
June, July and August of this year, 474
persons committed suicide in the United
States, against 514 io the same period last
year. Of this number, 344 were male
suicides and 121 female. Insanity was the
most frequent cause, and next in order
came sickoess, family troubles, dissipation,
love and business troubles. The number
of husbands who took their own lives was
190, of bachelors 129, of wives 62, of maids
82, of widowers 37, and of widows 15. The
favorite methad used was shooting, 147
deaths having thus been caused, while
there were 110 cases of poisoning, 104 f
hanging, 68 of drowning, and 80 of cutting
the throat. Of the whole number 246 were
Americans and Germane, the former leading
by 46. The agea vary from 8 to 94 years,
the greatest number having occurred at the
age of 50.
Our state tax this year is 32 cents on
the $100, which is larger than it was in
1874, 1875, 1877 and 1879, by from 2 to 8
cents on the $100, and when the state had
to meet the interest and yearly payments
on the principal of a large atate debt. In
this connection it is interesting to recall the
words of Hon. S. M. Cullom when he was a
candidate for re-election to the office of
governor of Illinois, in 1880, to the effect
thatas the atate was out of debt, or very
nearly so, tbe revenue received from the
Illinois Central railroad company would
soon be sufficient for state expenses, and
that oo state taxes would be levied. Tbe
Minois Central railroad company pays
into the state treasury seven per cent it its
gross earnings io lieu of paylog taxes io
any of the counties through which It ruos.
Every year sioco tbe campaign promises
referred to were made, there has been a
state tax levied and generally as large a tax
as when tbe state waa paying off bonded
indebtedness. The put year the Illinois
Central railroad has paid $418,734 into the
state treasury. Yet a levy to raise $3,400,
000 for gencial state purposes baa been
made and must be paid by increasing taxes
While tbe other departments of the
public schools lack much of being full, the
primary departments are, as they were last
year, over crowded. At a recent meeting
the board decided to relieve tbe latter as
much as possible by promoting some of tbe
little folks into higher rooms, though not
higher studies. Out fiu.ling tbat this did
not afford atl the needed relief, the board
has ordered half daily sessions, dividing
the scholars so that half of them attend in
tbe forenoon and halt in the afternoon.
Tbe board has also ordered tbat an assist
ant be procured for the upper room of the
colored school, and Secretary Howlcy wrote
Monday to the principal of tbe Normal
school at Carbondale to know if he could
recommend some one. The schools are
running very satisfactorily now. There
seems to be no jar anywhere, either be
twnen the teachers themselves or between
any of them and the board, whch is a con
dition of things that had not prevailed dur
ing the several previous terms, and which
is absolutely necessary to the proper con
duct of the schools.
Tbe New York World, in an article
upon the interesting subjoct of who will be
the Democratic nominee for president io
1884, in replying to the argumont used by
some tbat Mr, Tilden is too old for service
in the office, says: 'Mr. Tilden is not a
very old man. He wj',1 not reach bis seven
tieth year until oext February, Mr. Glad,
stone, still in active service and working
vigorously, is seventy.four years of sge.
Tbe emperor of Germany, ruling with a
firm hand, has filled his eighty-sixth birth
day. Queen Victoria, who has only mani
fests! signs of failing health since tbe
death of ber favorite snrvitor, John Brown,
is over sixty-five. Disraeli had passed his
seventy-fourth birthday when he achieved
the great triumph of bis life "Peace with
honor" through the treaty ot Berlin. Tbe
illustrious maishal, Count Von Moltke, was
planning battles and braving tbe privations
and dangers of a campaign, at the head of
the grandest army ever put into the field,
at seventy-one. When Andrew Jackson re
tired from the presidency in 1887, full of
energy, courage and iron will by which
his administration had been distinguished,
be was over seventy years of age. Thomas
Jefferson was president at sixty-six and
lived for seventeen years after the close of
his official term. Lord Palmerstoo died in
harness in bis eighty-second year.
Our Public Domain.
Bonit? will tell you that all the really
valuable Wo.-tern lands have long since
been taken up, and that only rocks and
and doserts remain; others, that after
the completion of the Pacific railroads
there will be onlv n lew branch lines
I'll to be bu lit in the far West;
otheis, thai the mines of the Rocky
Mountains will soon le exhausted, and
ttiat whou they fail we suall see that
r''giun tiesuftiid. Such is the language
oi tho ciudkm', of tUn disappointed
man vho failed iu the West, as he
would have done anywhere, of tho
Eastern man who thinks oivillzation is
bounded by the Mississippi. But if
vou have lived in theso region, or vis
ited them, you will believe that never
at any time in the history of our
country have her prospects for rapid
growth and continued prosperity been
any better than at the present time.
Each year sot s new regions not only
opened up, but others discovered to
be valuable for some purpose, while
the ever-growing network of iron
bauds binds tho whole country in a
closer union. Harper's.
Railroads are built for a well defined,
specific purpose, which does not include
their use for pedestrinnism. This prin
ciple is so well recognized in Europe,
that it is made by law a penal offense
in England and In some continental
countries for persons to walk on the
tracks. In this country there are por
tions of railroad tracks, particularly in
the vicinity of manufactories, that are
bo constantly trodden that the earth has
become almost as solid as a pavement.
The railroad managers put up warning
signs, but they are disregarded, and
once in awhile "an awful accident"
horrifies tho community; a man or a
woman walking on the track is torn to
pieces by the remorseless locomotive,
ono track having a train coming Iu one
direction, and another track one going
in tho other direction, a step on to eith
er track being probably fatal. There is
a curve under a high ' bank, in clone
vicinity to a railroad depot, which is
occupied by two important railroads
with their network of tracks, and at no
hour of the dny are all these tracks
clear. This rune leads to large manu
factories, and the the roadbed is the
common route of at lenst two thousand
workmen twice if not threo times a day.
On account of tho killing of two persons
who were walking the track, the railroad
companies were blamed and the man
agers put up warning signs-as far as they
could go in prohibition, in the lack of
law, with its penalties and enforce
ments. Yet the use of the track is no
wine abated for a pedestrian route, aud
it never will be abandoned until a law,
that shall bo enforced, compels these
riskers of life and limb to use the gen
eral and public highway, that is a trifle
longer but i. absolutely nfo. Bcientifif
To say that malaria is mischie
vous is to put it very mildly. It is
all that and more. It is cunning,
deceitful, treacherous, sly, and un
derhanded. It does its work in she
dark, and in such a sly way that
much of the mischief is done before
it is discovered. It saps the found
ations of a healthy system. It robs
the blood of its vital ity, demoralises
the liver, confounds the stomach,
and makes the victim wish he were
in his grave. It is sad to sec people
sit down in their misery, content to
be the victims of mischievous mal
aria, and thinking that nothing can
be done for them. The power of
Brown's Iron Bitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so
amply proved that there is no rea
son why anybody who can procure
a botrie of this Prince of Tonics
shall suffer. Great is the power of
malaria, and great arc its disastrous
effects. But greater far is the benefi
cent influence of Brown's Iron Bit
TF.R&. The preparation of Iron in this
favorite family remedy can be taken
without mining the teeth or producing
constipation and headache. i
Hut alegut dressing
li preferred by thoM
who have used it, to any
urmlar article, oa ac
count of Its superior
cleanliness and purity.
It contains materials
only that ara beneficial
to the scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parkers Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and I
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
movedandrunTanduching. Hiscox & Co., N.Y.
SOe. and 1 ttsM, at deslm to drop mi ewdldan.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Orerworlc. or a mother run down by family or bouaa
hold duties try Parker's Ginger Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
fcaustcd by mental strain or anxious cares, do not ult
lotoxicatingttimulants,butuse Pailter's Ginger Tonic
If you havo Consumption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
lim. Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves. Pakkir's Gingii
Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Curs Ever Used.
It you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
Ginger Tonic at once ; it will invigorate and build
Jou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate,
t has saved bundieds of lives ; it may save yours.
CAUTION !-RcfuM all ubrutotw. Puktr'i Glnrsr Toale is
conpoitd ol tat bMlrtmcdial scwu io thtworld,sndbntlnly
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GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIX.
Its rich and lasting fragrance has made this
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TOM COLOGNE and lo -k for signature of
tn iwt bottle. Any dracftit or dlrr b MrfuMT
aanpplTToa. Mud HcmI iIms.
LARGE SAVING BUYING ISc. SIZE.
Mercury has prolnced more misery and mada
more cripples than war, peottlence and famine
eomMned. if you have auv blond disease or skin
Damr it ts your nnry to your'air and posterity to
taae the only v?gtta')le care, which Is Swift's
Swift's Specific ha relieved me of Malatial
Blood I'olenn after I had been confined to the
bouts fur five mouths and b d heon drwd with
bine mass, calomel ani otbftr iutunous drugs
until 1 wa In (impair Shift's Specific le tbe
remedv for this k'nd of blood polpon.
C. M. CLAKK, Agt. Southern Life Ins Co.
I nae been using for a month or two in tny
honsehnltf. wtrt s speciflc (a. b. n.) toe great por
tion of It baring been contained .by the female
cortlon or mv rami v. and wttn tne Danmest re
salts. It acted it : e a charm on my wife, who had
been in had nealtn lor a lung time, nva lor wuom
I hare paid htmdrods of do lare for doctors and
medicines. It began to build ber up from the first
aoee. Another female member of my family took
it witn eatia ly satin ciorv results it is cert fin
It tbe bent tonic for delicate ladles that I hare ever
need, and 1 nave trud them all. I hare no doubt
that want of eie else, close confinement In poorly
ventilated none, sewer gas pmeon ana malarial
poison often produce sickness among onr wtves,
daaghters snd sisters, and I believe Swift'a
Speciflc ts the remedy for ail this sort of blood
pot onlng. F. L. J UMS, J. P. Quitman, Ga
TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For rweutv yca-a I have suffered from a cancer on
tno a da of mv necK near rne snomaer snn exhaus
ted the whole caialgueof remedlea without any
relief. TDe cancer crowing worre all the time, thH
w bole npper part of my body became stifi and full
of Dsln. I ba.1 virtually lo-t tbe ue of both arms.
my general health bad broken down and I saw It
waa enh a question of time when life it. elf would
oe aestroveu. id w r condition i comm nceu me
o-eof Swift - SpeclUc. Tbe first butilii relieved
be of the Ktlffnt-cs in the neck, the secodd eave me
perfect use f my arms, and I feel strong and well
Iu every wry. i am a poor man not l would not
tak-H.0O' for tbe good 1 have experi need with
Swift's specific. I boiieve It will force out all the
poison and cured me.
W. K. ROBISON, DavlJboro, Ga.
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('ream Balm baa gained an enviable reputation
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it andbs convinced, eamp'euopy wil be mailed
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vtnra l say enre 1 do not mean merely so ttpv tham
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there have failed ia
remedy So core the worst eases. Because
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A regular Oradnste of tw mfdleal
colleges, bas been longer eiiRaged In the treat
ment of Chronio, Nervous, ISkln and
lilood Dleass than any other pbyslclau In
St. Louis, as city rapem shew and all old rest
dents know, t'onsu'tntlon ..t orbeeor ay mall,
free and Invited. A frleud'v talk or hit opinion
costs notliliiit. When It W Inconvenient to vlnlt
the city .or treatment, medicines can be sent
by mnll or expruss everywhere. Curable rses
HPiiia.it.-eii ; where doubt exists It is fraukly
atated. Call or Write. '
Nnrrous Prostrttloa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones. Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affee
Hons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marringa, Bheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to eases from pyerworked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive speoial attention.
Diseases arising from Improdencw, Exoessss,
IndulgedC3S or Exposures.
It Is self-evident tbat a physician paying
particular attention to aclasa of cases sttains
great skill, and physicians in tegular practice
all over the country knowing thlt, frequeBtly
rncommend rates to the oldest office In America, '
where every knowu appliance ts retorted to.
and he proved Rood reiueidiea of all
ages avl eoutitrlea are used. A whole house !
ased fiiroitl.-e purnnses, and all are treated with
- akiil In a resiieotful niatiuer: and, knowing 1
what to do. no experiments are made. On ac-
1 count of tlie great- number applying, the
charges aro kept low. ofun lower than is
dninaitiled bv others If vou see urn the skl'l
and get a speedy and periVrt lite etIYr, that Is
tlie Important matter.- Pamphlet, W pages,
et;nt to any itddrett free.
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terful en tilrturva, tun- to life article on the ,
rollowlnz Kiit-Ji-rtt. V ho niaj marry, whoiiot; ,
i-hyf I'miier s;e to marn-. Who marry first.
Jlaiihond, Womaiihoiiil, Physlral deray. Wlio
alioulit marry. Mowiifp ami liappluesa may be
anrresseu, inne n-nrri'-u or roniempiatlu
Rjartyliiii should read It. It ought to be rea
or all adult iievso'is. tllfll kent under lock arv
key. 1'opnlnreillMnn. snme s atmve, but paper
cover and S00pags, ttceutstir mall, In money
The Idettl CtUlgraph. '
THt PERFECT WRITlNO MACHINE.
Kvery Machine warranted., Atl-.
Juatabls typa bars.perfentanto. '
matte paper feed, even unvaria
bio tension, no lost motion, bev
eled platen, light carriage, All
narls Intemhanawahla. Dnea iha
work ot three pennies, much neatsr and mora
legible. Prices, $70.00 and SHS.OO.
PARKER, RITTC R m CO., 4TO N. 14, It. Lout.
VJ AHiwertul piepanuiuueom
lJi)owrt mostly of Essontlnl Oili
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This Sessou's New Descriptive Catalogue and
Price List of
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g " bcenery (paper)
opeaKers, t ,
I.thltv Inn Dramis,
f Burut Cork,
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Beard, Ac, Ac.
In fact, everything for Am atenr Theatricals.
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LANE &B0DLEY GO'S
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N.W. Missouri Farms for Sale
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