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Brown's Iron Bitters ? Good for
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, , Then chills and fever. Who
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Those dreadful net vous troubles.
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The ailments of the kidneys.
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Debility and laiior, The Rev.
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r and MALARIA.
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AH Commnnications should be addressed to
E. A. BURNETT.
Publisher snd Proprietor.
A white woman living in this city sp
plied to Magistrate Comings yesterday for
a writ of replevin for the recovery of a
quantity of household goods that were be
ing unlawfully withheld from her by some
one id the country! The law requires that
in cases of this kind the applicant must
give bond in a sum equal to twice the
value of the goods sought to be taken. The
women in question was a poor woman; ahe
had not even the money to pay for issuing
the writ, and could not have given any
bond. Assuming now that her claim to
the property was valid and we have the
spectacle of justice defeated because of a
lack of money of a poor wom(n deprived
ot her little worldly possessions in spite of
the law and left without the prottction of
the law. An amendment of the law re
lating to cas-s .of replevin, doing away with
the necessity for a bond and turning the
goods over to the custody ot the court as
in cases of attachment, would seem to be
, At a meeting of the Rough and Ready
fire company held Monday night, a set of
resolutions were adopted the purport of
which was that' an effort be made to raise
money with which to buy a steam engine.
A committee was appointed, which will
csll upon oar citizens with a subscription
paper in a tew days. The company will
head the paper with $1,000, and the remain
der of $3,300 will have to be subscribed by
our citizens. The advantages of steam en
gines are apparent to all, of course. In the
first place, they do away with the necessity
fcr enlisting idle lookers on at a fire to as
sist at the engines, which is always unpleas
ant to both the company and the idlers,
and nearly always fails to bring the desired
assistance. And secondly, one steamer will
throw two or morestreams of water, and
throw them higher and heavier than a hand
engine could. Our citizens will all agree in
giving our fire department, which is one of
the fluoet of its kind in this section of the
country, a hearty support in all matters
looking to its perfection, and the Rough's
committee should meet with liberal contri
In the catalogue of persecutions of
Irish subjects by the British government,
there has been none, perhaps, that has
caused as much comment ss that of "Mick
Fallon," a poor fellow with a wife and
three or four children. Contributions have
been sent him from all over this country, as
far west as California, snd in a letter ac
knowledging a contribution from James
Barrett, Chicago, he thus briefly enumerates
some ot tbe indignities ana outrages oi
which be, was the victim: "I shall not
harrow your feelings with any description
of my sufferings, save to tell you that for
daring to try to save the lives of my fsmily
I have been sent to prison nearly twenty
times since I was cruelly evicted from my
home some two or more years ago. Each
term of imprisonment extended over one
month. I am denied the shelter of the
ditch and sent to jail for the 'crime' of ly
ing beside the wall with my family. Twice
has the cruel landlord set fire to and
burned, down the little shed I erected to
shelter my family from the rains and
winds of heaven. Tbe burning of the little
shed . did not satisfy the landlord he
burned every particlo of clothing my chil
dren had to cover their nakedness, and
even the few stone of potatoes a charitable
public gave us. Not content with sending
me to prison nearly twenty times, immedi
ately after I was imprisoned last July, the
government's hirelings came at the instiga
tion of the landlord, and dragged away my
wife from the ditch side at Mooeen, where
she wss trying to shelter and save her off
spring. Before a lawn tennis party she was
dragged, and, In the most illegal manner,
sent to prison where at this moment she
lies, for what offence I know not, save that
the sending of her there abused the lawn
tennis party, who gathered in front of the
landlord's hall door. No one will tell me
why she has been kidnapped away from
her children, the youngest (two and a half
years) of which would have perished of
neglect only for the timely aid of the parish
The object the St. L mis & Cairo rail
road company could have in actually
building an incline below its freight depot
on; the Ohio river, is as yet clouded in tbe
darkest mystery. Even the representatives
of the road here are not posted in this re
gard, nor yet as to any of the details of the
arrangement; hence we are left to presume
what may teem reasonable in the light of
, existing circumstances. We may as
CAIRO BULLETIN:. WEDNESDAY
sume that the incline, if built, will
have a double track for the accommoda
tion of cars of both gsuges; that the tracks
in the yards of the compsny here will like
wise be supplied with a third rail, and that
one of tbe transfer stearin rs now here will
doubtless be engaged to do the transfering.
We may further assume that the
object of the project niu.st be to facili
tate an exchange of traffic between the
narrow-gauge and some one or more of the
five roads on the other side; but which of
the roads could be especially aimed
at it is not easy to gues, since all of them
already have connections with St. Louis by
means of some other of the roads terminat
ing on this side. The Texas A St. Louis
has a fifty years' contract with the Illinois
Central, ditto the Chicago, St. Louis & New
Orleans, and tbe Mobile & Ohio arid the
Kansas City, Springfield & Memphis have
access to St. Louis over the Iron Mountain.
It ia difficult to see, therefore, in what man
ner an incline could favor an exchange of
traffic between the St. Louis snd Cairo and
any of the roads on the other side. Cer
tainly the company would not actually
build the Incline without having an assur
ance that an important bint fit would re
sult to it that would justify the expense.
But we may also assume (with much more
renson, it seems to us), that there is some
thing in the wind that only a select few
are aware of. That this movement to build
an incline will not be permitted to gain
even a good start at all ; that it is simply a
piece of gauzy diplomacy, intended to serve
a temporary purpose, and that it will be
abandoned as soon as that purpose Is
served. In its recent petition to the city
council the company speaks of contem
plated extensive improvements it intends to
make here, in case it be permitted to enter
the city as it desires, and it is just possible
that by wsy of proving that it really intends
to make these improvements, it begins to
move in a direction that must puzzle those
who are posted aa to tbe relations of
the several railroads centring here. Several
other little acts of the company, immedi
ately preceding tbe presentation of that pe
tition, may be regarded in tbe same light.
However, all this is merely assumption as
yet. The company may be in earnest about
building the incline and have no sinister
object. We do not wish to misconstrue
any of its words or sets, and shall wait
anxiously for further developments before
expressing positive opinions.
The first regular meeting this month of
the city council was held last night. But
six members and the mayor were present.
and the business was as follows:
Petition of merchants for passage of or
dinance ordering business houses closed on
Sunday, referred to ordinance committee.
Report of officers received.
Committee on police, jail and fire de
partment reported having examined public
cisterns, and found those on Washington
avpniiA 5n uood repair and wpll supplied
with water; those on Commercial avenue,
at Sixth, Ninth and Fourteenth streets,
needing repairs and water. It reconi
mended that the latter be repaired and
filled. It also reported having purchased
five hundred feet of hose. Report received
and recommendation concurred in.
Salary bill was allowed and miscellane
ous bills were referred to the committe on
A map showing the extension of Wash
ington avenue and Sycamore street was of
fered, and the mayor was authorized to
have the same recorded.
Dongola, III., Nov. 30, 1883.
Thanksgiving day is now a thing of the
past, and to-day the average Dongohn is
looking as though he felt very thankfu
that he had enjoyed another privilege of
expressing his thankfulness, by satiating
his appetite with stuffed turkey. Tbe
writer enjoyed Thanksgivisg by attending
the wedding of Mr. Henry Fisher, of Don
gola, and Miss Lizzie Bader, of Wetaug.
Rev. Father Englebert performed the cere
mony in the Catholic church at Wetaug
The ritual, as a whole, was a most beauti
ful affair, and seemed well becoming the
parties who were joined in matrimony.
Mr. Fisher has been living in Dongola
nearly two years, and is a worthy young
man of excellent habits, and we congratu
late him over his success in cspturing such
an estimable young lady. After the mar
rlsge rite and congratulations were over,
the first thing in order was to repair to the
house of the bride's mother, and partake of
the marriage feast, which was luscious in
the fullest meaning of the word. Rev
Father Sylvester, of Anna, was an invited
guest, but on account of tbe train being de
layed put in his appearance after all the
service was ended, but in time to partake
of the feast. There were several nice paes
ents from friends, but as we did not get the
list we cannot name them. Tbe desire of
"Old Trim" is, that Mr. Fisher and his
wife may live msny decades of years, and
that their journey over the rough paths of
lif may always be crowned with success.
A man calling himself William Johnson
was arrested on last Thursday in Dongola
by Marshal Clements. He tallied to the
description of a Galloway county, Kyn jail
breaker. He came to Dongola riding a
fine mule, and the presumption is that be
tote it, as he offered to ell it for one
fourth of its value. He fought the officer
viciously, but was arrested, tried before
Esquire little and sent to jail to await fu-
MUKINIWH, DECEMBER 5. 1888.
ture developments. That he is tbe man
wanted in Kentucky there is not a doubt,
and that he is a rogue and ought to be in
the penitentiary is a foregone conclusion.
In a Chimney Over Fire.
I was ouoe taking a ride through Su-
wantfo county, Fla., admiring the lux-
iirinnt voiri'tation. the lazv swina ol tho
birds and tho ripple of shining waters.
wnn at an abrupt turn of the road i
enmo across a dissipated-looking cabin,
mo oniy sign of life about it being a
wliitt'-licailed old "cracker," who was
lolling on the, doorstep, vicioualy suck
ing at the Htcm of a miblimely dirty
As I was tired and
very thirsty, l
rl tip nnd aiked him
if he could
g,v(- mo a drink of water.
Hardly looking up, bo hospitably
pointed to a bucket and said: " Light,
Htraujrer, tako the irourd and help
yourself." I dismounted, took a drink
of water, oflervu him a cigar and took
a seat on the doorstep beside him. The
cigar seemed to have a magnetic in
fluence upon him, loosenml hw tonguo
and ho told me of a most surprising
adventure he hail once bad with the
Indians during the war of 1837.
One eold dtiy in December he him '
gone into the woods to look at his
tritps and, it teing a, tame pi supposed
f ence, had left his trusty gun at home,
t was an unusually cold day for Flor
ida and, besid! his heavy clothing, he
hail a large thick blanket thrown
around him. Ho had reached a point
about live miles from his house, when,
looking through the woods, he saw a
large body of Indians moving in his di
rection. He was almost petrified with fear at
fir.-'t and could not move from his po
sition. Another moment and it was
too late. The Indiann had discovered
hitn, and with fiendish yells were in hot
pursuit. Now crinic a wild race with
a human life at the stake; up hill nnd
down hill, through briars and tangled
woods, tho savages gaining at every
step. He know tliey would catch him
long before he could reach his own
house, so bent all his energies towards
a dismantled monastery that had been
erected by the Spaniards more than a
century before. Of these ruins only
the tall chimney remained. With a
hiiprcrue effort he managed to .scramble
up this chimney, and climbing nearly
to th top was, as ho thought, beyond
the reach of his foes.
When the Indians saw him disappear
in the chimney, after their first jell of
disappointment, they gathered hesof
bark and brush and made a roaring
fire to roast the imprisoned foe, but he
told me he frustrated their amiable de
sign by taking off all his clothes, and
laying them with the blanket, which
he had strangely held on to all tiutiug
the race, in the chimney below him,
and this prevented the flames from !
"But," said I, "I should hnvo
thought the clothing would have taken
fire and burnt up." i
"So 'twould, stranger," said he,"but
ye see it war powerful warm whar I
war, an' I sweated so smart like that!
it kept them ar fixins' soakia wet, an'
the hre couldn't ketch on. Alter they i
thought I war all burnt up, theylett an
I cliru' down and went home. That
chunk of rock in thar kern outer that
'Oood-by. old man," said I, as I re
mounted my horse, "you can discount
Eli l'erkins every time." Cor. I'liila
It Seems to .Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Tonic.
It cured me of nervous prostration, and I
have used it since tor all sorts ot complaints
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albany. '
Of the many remedies before the public
for nervous debility and weakness of
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen s Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
tails. $1 pkg.,6 for5. At druggists, i '
A Specific for Change of Lift;.
We are in receipt of a letter from J. T.
Hamby, Esq., of Floral, Ark., in which the
writer says: "Samaratine Nervine cures
female decline, and during tbe change of
lile it is a specific." Suggestive facts,
truly, it. 50.
The Queens of Society
are among the stanchest advocates of beau
tifying 80ZODONT, which communicates
to the teeth the glistening whiteness of
snow, arrests their decay, renders spongy
and ulcerated gums healthy, and breath
made offensive by defectivs teeth made as
sweet as honeysuckle. Ladies, ye were
made to captivate, make your conquests
sure and swift, your empire over male
hearts lasting by its sovereign sid. The
fashionable world declares there is nothing
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Ur
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
Ton are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware ona
should have the beet or none. Messrs.
Shubley & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot fine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Bolid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will lend a
single article at the dozen price. The) are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Potr
master of Chicago, Gen'l - A. C. Smith,' Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. . Goods
sent on approval, with privilege pf examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
borne. Remember, Shurley A Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, III. 8ihd wb their hew
aid BiaoTrrottT ilujoteatkd cataigif.'
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Clean ldtsm and purity main Parker's
Hair Balsam the favorite for restoring tbe
youthful color to gray hair. t . u, J
"Wm. Ludwie: &
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Win. Ludwig & Co.
pew rmors applisd to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
aud almost Instantly RILIIVI PAIN! It will not Soli Clothing-,
nor diaoolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kind. Xi
has wo EQCAtlor the Cnre of Bheamatiaiq, Sprains, Braise
I - . '
ptiff Jointa, Neuralgia, Lam
store Tbroat, Fains in the
and la equally efficacious (or all
requiring a powerful disusive Himulaut. bee Mawm!' A In mine
Ask your Druggist for It. Price so cts per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
Wholesale Prmnrlrt, 8T. LOUIS. MO
No Longer Needed,
The olrt-fnahtoned, Mow-acllng plaster "rnnit
go." Bcdhoii'b CapaiRe Porous Plaatert art the
bout. Vi ctnti,
f1 A PTW jShutlc, (4 dBBiRnii). Something
good. Mailed on receipt of cents
in stamp. I1KAKNK A CO., P.O. Box 1 81, N.Y.
WANT RD -Lad lea and young men wishing to
earn SI to ;! every dar quietly at their homes;
work furnished; sent by mail; no canvassing; no
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F. UAVIa & CO., 38 South. Main St., Fall Kiver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
Cream Balm has gained an enviable reputation
wherever knowu; displacing all other preparations.
Hend forcircular containing full Inform tion and
reliable testimonials. By marl, prepaid, 50 cents a
packau- stamps received, hold by all wholesale
and retail dmijgiiU. KLY'S HEAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
Tiil.VUU Burns. 50c.,
i Byrou, SOc., Mrs.
55c., Camuhell. 40c..
JTUFJ In Browning.
Chancer. 60c.. Dante. 10c.. Orvdej
50c., Goethe, 70c, Goldsmith, 5c, flemans, 50c ,
Iliad and OdyMey, 70c , Hood, 50c, Ingelow. 50c.,
Keats, 40c Mbr-dith, 50c., Milton, 50c, Moore,
tWc, Pope. hoc. Poe, 40c , Schiller, 4oe., Hcott, 50e
Tennysou, KOc, Virgil, 4Ac. and others. Fine cloth
binding, bent for examination before payment
on evidence of good faith. Catalogue free NOT
sold by dca ers. JuHN B. ALDDN, Publisher,
18 Vesey St., New York.
nse thousand of ca ofthewnrnlkuidindotfonn
unding hT been cared. Indoedjo trnnrii tni
fmthiniUieftica.-y.that I will send TWO BOTTLKS
KKKK,totietner with a VALTJABLK TRKaTIBKon
this disease, to anj sufferer, (tire express and F. O.
address. Da, T. A. S LOCUM. lal IsrlSt.,Na Yorlt
Hf ITUT1 WITHOUT A TBACHEKI Souer'e
III UiJlo luHlantaneous Ouido to Keys of Piano
andOrran. Price $1. W ill teach any person
to play tO plow of music In one day You could
not lear., it irom a toucher in a mouth for $20. Try
it and be convinced Sample copy wtli be mailed
to any adrtre on reculpt of cents In stamps by
HBAKNK SCO, piihliehers. P. O Box 14K7, N. V.
I CURE FITS!
Wnn i b.ij j.fn l d' not mean merely to stop them
for a tuna and than have them return at'ain, I manna
radical cure. I have made the riiaeasenf ! ITS, Ki'I
I.KPSYOKFAl.l.lNU SICKNKHSa life-Inns study.
1 warrant my remedy to cure t be worst oases. Because
others have (ailed is no reams for not now receiving a
cure. Bend at once for a Tniatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible reniody. Give Express and Postamo. It
costs ynu nothing for a trial, and I will core yon.
Address Da. H. ii. BOOT, lag Pearl St, Ksw York. ,
' 617 St Charles Street, ST. LODIS, MO.
A racular Ortnlimt of twe medical
collcia., no ioi'ii lunger enKgi'd In the tri'al-
moot of ('Uremic, Nervous, Klein Bitrt
rod Dibc.isps than any oilier physician in
Louis, as cltv lai rs i
fbsw ami all olil rnsl.
dents know. Conau'tallnn ..t otnreor fcr mall,
free and invlled. A friend: v talk or his opinion
roatsnotlilnir. When it is Incmiyf nlenl tovlsll
tho City .or treatment, medicine can be lent
by mall or vxprew evvrvwhe rt. Curaliln rss
KiiHranU-eil; where dnubt exists It Is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
. Physical Weaknoss, Mercurial and other
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