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Brown's Iron Bitters ? Good for
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To begin with dyspepsia. It has :
cured some of the worst cases.
. . . Then chills and fever. Who
1 wants to shake with cold and burn i
(With heat, when a bottle or two ol ,
Brown's Iron Bitters will drive the
source of the mischief away ?
I low about rheumatism? It cured
Mr. Brashear, of Baltimore, and
hundreds of others.
Those dreadful nervous troubles.
Mr. Berlin, of Washington, the well
known Patent attorney, was entirely
relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters.
. The ailments of the kidneys.-
. Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr.
' Montague, of Christiansburg, Va.,
and an army of other sufferers.
Debility and langor. The Rev.
T. Marshall West, Ellicott City,
Md.,is one of the many clergymen
restored by Brown's Iron Bitters.
And as with vertigo, malaria,
liver complaint, and headache,
: Brown's Iron Bitters ia the Great
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Complexion, no matter how
Eoor it may . naturally be.
lagan's Magnolia Balm is a
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Roughness, Eruptions, Yol-
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The 'Daily Bulletin,
Special Correspondence to Tho bulletin :
Salem, Orb,, Not. 28th, 1883. Leaving
Vernon, Waihington Territory, wo con
tinued ourratubliDgs by private conveyance
Pataka Flat ia a beautiful section of coun
try. It if an elevated plateau lying in
close proximity to tho timber lands border
ing on the font bills of tho Bluo Moun
tains. ' Old-fashioned worm fences enclose
beautiful farms, and there seems to be gen
eral thrift about the farmers, who are en
gaged principally ia wheat and barley rais
ing in connection with that of bogs and
cattle, owing to the tact that level land is
rather scarce in Eastern Washington ; those
lands sell at high prices for a new country.
Leaving the Flat onr road leads us down a
deep gulch to the thriving town of Torne
roy, the county seat of Garfield county. In
anticipation of a railroad the town and sur
rounding country has a general boom.
Lumber and carpenters are in demand
throughout that section of country, and the
demand is greater than the supply. Car
penters' wages are from three to four dol
lars per day; day laborers get two dollars
per day. A goodly number of chinamen
are to be seen, especially in the towns and
on public works. Many Indians, also, are
employed in certain sections gathering
crops and such work as they can do. Hav
ing traveled several' miles from Pomeroy,
we came to the top of the bluffs that loom
op on each side of a small stream called
Two. Cunoo. Deep gulches are common in
this country, and the descent and ascent of
the bluffs is quite laborious. Following
the grade down the steep declivity for two
miles, we came to a small place that Uys
claim to the right ot being called a town,
and of the name of Marengo. The name
of the stream and gulch originated as fol
lows: At the time of Lewis and Clark's
exploring expedition, many years ago,
through this section, he was closely pur
sued by hostile Indians, and in order to
make more rapid retreat b buried two
can bods in this gulch, hence the name.
Having eaten our lunch sitting on the steps
of, a deserted and dilapidated saloon, (what
a blessing if all saloons were so) we pulled
out from this town (?) where we saw only
two persons during our stay. We had an
uphill of about two miles an i then on and
across the country, through the rain in the
evening, to the head ot another gulch,
where we were most hospitably entertained
by one of the thrifty farmers of the locality.
In the morning our generous host, Mr.
Isaac Hapkini, gave us, (wife and I) seats
in bis hack and drove us down a fertile and
thickly settled gulch some fourteen miles
to Dayton. By the way, this gulch is the
one traversed by Lewis and Clvrk's expeds-
tion, and a number of the parties' names
are yet to be seen on rocks sear Dayton,
where they inscribed them seventy-seven
years ago. inis expedition tor exploring
the then unknown west, set out from the
Missouri river in the year 1805, and con
sisted of the leaders and thirty-five soldiers
and hunter to cross the Rocky Mountains
and explore the northwest country to the
confines of the Pacific Ocean. Two years
were spent by the daring band exploring
those vast domains, wandering among un
heard ot tribes of wild Indians, encounter
ing ferocious beasts of the forests, escaping
dangers from forests and floods, diseases
and the rigors of winter, they at last re
turned, (all but one) to repeat the wonders
of the' west to the world, and now after
three-quarters of a century have past, we
travei the same path ; the savage barbari
ans have lost their power; the grizzly bears
no longer roam at will, only in the depths
of the mountain forests; the wide plains
teem with a hardy population ; yes, a human
sea has sent its wares from the great rivers
to the ocean border; the desert, through
the indefatigable energy ot Yankee rest
lessness ha been made to "blossom as the
rose," and jet it is only the beginning of a
great ; future in store for this northwest
This iam gulch we traveled' down was
also the path ot many hundreds of miners
and traderi on their way from California to
Idaho and Montana, in quest of new gold
and silver fields. Littlo did those hardy
gold , seekers- think 'that in those hills,
bluffs" and level plains there was hidden
untold treasures of agricultural wealth,
that in twenty years would begin to pour
its treasures into the lap of the nation.
Along either side of the old pathway, im
mense fields of grain had been but recently
harvested, some of which produced forty to
fifty bushels of wheat to the acre, but the
average is not more than twenty-five to
thirty bushels.' One thing most remarka
ble in the soil of Eastern Washington,
Western Idaho and Oregon is its produc
tiveness in time of a drouth. Everywhere
we visit we are told there was littlo or
po rain from May to September, yet crops
Wart) good ; the soil becomes . thoroughly
filled with water in the spring, and then
during the season of drouth it seems to
"feed upward" and keep vegetation grow
ing in a surprising manner.
Dayton is" one of the most flourishing
towns in the upper country. It ia beauti
fully located on a level plain between high
bluffs and surrounded by a country thickly
settled, the lands outside the flat along the
streams " Is rolling or, as eastern people
would say, hilly, yet it to productive and
sells at from ten to twenty dollars in the
unimproved state. No matter how high
and steep the land is it is all taken up, so j
that farmers seeking government or cheap
lands cannot find it in this section of coun
try, yet for renters or persons with means it
is a good country. The town is building
up rapidly with substantial buildings; it is
a railroad terminus at present. There are
some half dozen churcho in the town, the
different denominations are represented and
have good congregations. Good school
houses and an opera house block are among
the buildings of note. A drive of seven
miles out toward the base ot the mountains
or timber land, took us to some of the high
est lying lands Burrouuding tho town; it
was up hill nearly all the time. From a
high Bwell of land we had a grand view of
the country for many miles. The face of
the country looked like the waves of the sea
in a storm ; the great portion was either
ploughed fields lately sown to grain or
stubble fields dotted over with hogs, cattle
and horses. Scarcely a house could be seen
as they are usually built in ravines or
gulches in sheltered places and where the
water is the most convenient. At a dis
tance of a hundred milts or more, we could
see mountain ridges, that border on the
Columbia river, and but fr low clouds we
could have seen some of the snow capped
peaks of Oregon.
At an early hour in the morning we
boarded the train and soon were on our
way to Portland, Oregon. At Wallula
Junction we connected with the N. P. R. R.
We noticed at every station along the line
of the road thus tar and farther on, immense
quantities of grain awaiting sbipmeut.
Steamboats ply on the river so that freight
is transported both by water and by rail.
At the Junction the Columbia and Stake
rivers unite and flowing westward enter the
Pacific Ocean. Tho valley of the Columbia
is rough and uninviting, there being but
little of interest and worth to be seen. The
only town of note is The Dells, where we
got a splendid dinner. There are falls in
the river here and just below, the blutfr
form a narrow passage. Further on we
came to the cascades in the river which are
obstructions to tho navigation of the river.
To overcome the difficulty the government
is engaged in the construction of a huge
canal with locks and dams. The work
will cost an immense amount of money and
will relieve Uncle Sam of a trifle ot that
immense pile of specie which is getting to
be a burden to the treasury department.
At 7 p. m. we arrived at Portland which is
a noisy, busy place. It is the port for the
ocean steamers and as here is concentrated
the trade from San Francisco as well as
Chicago, it has become a place of strong
competition between thoso two commercial
cities and not a little envy has been engend
ered. Doubtless Chicago will come out
ahead in the fight tor the bulk of trade now
that there is direct railroad communication.
Already the St. Paul, Milwaukee and Chi
cago "commercial man" is the person of
self importance, and his trunks and brass
the dread of baggage smashers and railroad
men in general, but then it ia possible they
are a necessary evil that we can't get along
without or scarcely along with.
Portland is situated on the Columbia
river, near the taouth ot the Willamette
river, and among other things for which
the city is noted is the inconvenience to tho
traveling public; the principal railroads ter
minate on one side of the river and tho
depots and city are on the other side, but
then this arrangement gives life to a trans
fer monopoly that is fighting the hotels.
By the way, western life looms up hugely
at these hotels. One must crowd his way
through a motly crew of humanity Beethiog
in a fog of tobacco smoke to reach the
hotel register, a half-drunken second clerk
tries his best to give necessary information
as to your baggage; this same office room
door stands open to admit the crowd to the
dining room where amid the tobacco smoke
to help along in the seasoning of your
victuals you try to satisfy the cravings of a
stomach unused to tobacco. The transom
of your bed room in the upper hall, if left
open, admits the foul fumes of tobacco
smoke. Oht where shall we go' to find
God's pure air, pure from rum and tobacco.
As a place of trade Portland is greatly
bles8"d and many fine stores line her stone
paved streets. Next morning's train over
the Oregon & California road carried us
away from that land and water port toward
this city, thecapitol town of the state.
W. F. CaiiBDiif , river editor ot TBI Rulmtih
and steamboat passenger aebot. Orders fur all
kinds of steamboat Job priDting solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 7J Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 23 feet 1 inch and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. 5. River 2 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 5. River 14 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 5. River 7 feet 5
in.-.lies and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 0. River 7 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 5. River 3 feet 8 in
ches and stationary.
St. Louis, Dec.', 5. River 9 feet 10 in
ches and stationary. .
The Henry A.Tyler from Paducah loft
here yesterday at noon for Memphis. ' She
bad a fair trip.
We are pleased to announce that Capt.
John Griffith, formerly in command of the
Hudson, has recovered bis health and is
now in the t ffice of the Hudson si first
clerk, which position be accepts in prefer
ence to taking command of the boat.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
piwH down for Vicksbufg last night. She
haa a good trip. '
Uncle Pres Byrnes now graces the office
of tho Gus Fowler snd plays the role of
YeBterday was a dull day in river circles
The fine steamer R. R. Springer will
leave here this evening for New Orleans.
The Hudson from 8t. Louis is due this
evening lor Paducah and Sbawneetown.
The Cons, Millar left Memphis Tuesday
eveuing at 7 o'clock'. She will report here
this evening for Cincinnati.
The Belle of Shreveport from New Or
leans is due to-night for Cincinnati.
The City of Baton Rouge left St. Louis
for New Orleans last night, and is due
The Mary Houston is behind the Belle
of Shreveport, and the Belle will have to
exert herself or Mary will serve her as the
Guiding Star did the Golden Crown get
to Cincinnati first.
The Will S. Hays hss really entered the
Memphis and ' Vicksburg - trade, and
leaves Memphis the same day that the F.
W. Cole is advertised to leave, which is
Tusiday of each week.
We are sorry to stats that Billy Marshall
who was formerly one of the clerks of the
Gus Fowler for. several years, but recently
on the Carrio Caldwell, has retired from
the run on account of roidid decliu of
health. Billy Is well known in river
circles, and his many friends condole with
him in his affliction, earnestly hoping that
by rest and care he may be rettored to
health and be permitted to resume his du
ties again soon.
The Belle of Memphis will arrive here
early this morning for St. Louis:
The elegant steamer City of Cairo is ad
vertised to leave St. Louis this evening for
The Gus Fowler lays over uutl the Liz
zie May Ulmer entertainment closes to
night, which talented and popular troupe
will go to Paducah via the Fowler, and en
tertain the I ducah folks to-morrow night.
From Main to California.
ClNCiRNin, O. H.C. Hall, of tho Chris
tian Standard, one ot the most widely rend
religious papers, states that after having
visited nearly every state and territory in
the Union, be is" prepared to indorse St. Ja
cobs Oil as awoudfit'ul pdu-relieving and
healing remedy. He cites remarkable
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
madn to all invalids tad sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You 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)
Advice to KotherB.
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 Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer , immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing 8yrup for Children Teething
ia 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.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the moat obstinate cases; purely vegetable.-
TnE Hop Plaster will cure' Back Ache,
and all other pains instantly, 25cts. only, at
druggists. . ;.
A Kemarkable Tribute.
Sldnev Ourctanndro, of Pittsburg! Pa., writes:
"1 have oaed I)K. WM. HALL'S BALSAM rOR
TDK LUKGS many jeara, with the most gratifying
results. The rellev agof Ball's Balsam ia won
wonderful. The pain and rack of the body inci
dental to a l'ght cough, sooa disappear br the nae
of a spoonful according to directions. Mv wile
frequently sends for Hall's Halsam instead of a
phyictan, and health la speedily restored by its
Red Horse Powder are the surest cars for dis
eases In animals.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
is the oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia, BIN
llonaness, Malaria, Indlijestlou. and all disorders
of the Stomach, andall diseases indicating an im
pure condition of the Blood, Kidneys and Liver.
Of the many remedies before the public
for nervous debility and weakness : of
nerve generative system, there ia none equal
to Allen's Drain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor ; it never
tails. 1 pkg.; 6 for 5. At druggists. '
None But First Class Goods.
Id Watches, Jewelry ani Silverware one
should have the best or none. ' Messrs.
Shukley & Co., Chicago, ' are making a
specialty ot One , goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, io dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold Or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
wnd to Sburley & Co., they will send 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. W4. Palmer, Post
master1 of Chicago, Geo' A, 0. Smith, 'Ex
State Treasurer, and many . others. .Goods
sent on approvalfwitU privilege, of earnin-'
ation, enabling 'you to do purchasing at
home. ' Remember, Sbarley & Co., 7T8tata
Street, Chicago, 111. 8DoaTHiiiBtf
AND BEAtJTirOLLT ILLCSTI ATED CAT AiiOSO f.
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Wm. Ludwis; & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Hisrhest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
few drops applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bono,
and almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothinu-.
nor discolor the Skin, or leave
hMKO equal for tho Core of Rhonmatism, Sprains, Bruises.
Stiff Join ta. Neuralgia, Lamer
Soro Throat, Fains In the
and Is fijitally efficacious for all
requiring a powenui oiuusivb stuuuiani. eee mrrreirs Ainvuic
Ask your Druggist (or It. 11100 50
i're pared only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
No Longer Needed.
The oll fashioned, alow-acting plasters "mnat
:o." Renaon's Capalae Porous Plasters ar the
PAT? IN 'Eatht-ticK, (4 di'aigna). Something
good. Mailed on receipt of cents
In stamps, IIKAKNK CO , P.O. Box 1 87, N.Y.
WAN TK I) -I.iidl o and yonue men wiahiUK to
earn Btl to W) everv dav aulell v at thalr homes :
work furnished; untby mail; no canvassing; no
stampa required for roply. Please addn a KDW.
r. Davis ; ,outn Main St., Fan ruvor,
Ely's Cream Balm,
1'ream linlm has Kilned an onvlnhle reputation
wherever known; displacing all other preparations.
Send forcircuiar containing full inlorm tiou and
reliahlu teatlmonials. By mail, prepaid, 50 cents a
package stamps received, hold by all wholesale
and retail (1rni;i,u. ELY'S . REAM BALM CO.,
0eto, New Y rk.
T) i LVIlLI Bums, SOc, Byron. Sdc.. Mrs.
I U Tj I n Browning. 55c., Campbell, 40c ,
Chaucer, tiOc., Daute, 5.0c., Urydea
50c , Goethe, Tic, Goldsmith, S c.. Hemans, 5iic ,
Iliad and Odysaey, Tile , ilood, !S0c, IneuloW. 50c.,
Keata, l"c., Mendith, Vic.. Milton, Sic, Moore,
0c, Popo, .inc., Poc, 40c , Schiller, 4oe., Hcott, 50c
Tennyson, 60c, Vtrull, 4Sc. , and others. Klne cloth
binding. Hent (or examination before eymoBt
on evidence of good faith. Cat aloe.ua free. NOT
aotdby dea era. .TuHN B. ALU DM, l'uhllaher,
IS Vtt.ey Ht., Nttw York, .
have a noniti e remedy for the a hove disease : br its
na thouaAnds of cues of the wont kind and of Ion
standing hare been cured. Indeed , ao st rong is my
fmth in it efflcMr, that I will send TWO BOTTLES
FIIKK, toxetfierwitn a VALUAlll.B TKKATIBK on
this due, to any suffamr. (tin express and P. Q.
address. Da. T. A. SLOCU If. Ittl Pearl SU.HeW York
HI INTP WW UOUT A TKAl'IIER! Soper's
j UOlt InalantiineousOtilde to Keys of Piano
andOrcan. Price l. Will teach any person
to play 0 pieces of music in one day. You could
nut Ivar.. U (rum a teacher in a mouth for M). Try
It and be convinced. Sample ropy will be mailed
to any address ou receipt of 2.r cunts in stamps hy
IIKAKNK CO., ruh!lhers, P.O. Box HS7, N, Y.
I CURE FITS!
for a lime snd t lien have them return apsin, I msan a
ndirslenre. 1 have msdn the diaaae of HTB,KPt
wnen lsay gsiii i do not mean nsraiy o stpp nem
LH.rSY OK FALLING HICK NKNB a life-lonjr study.
I warrant my remedy to eure the worst oasaa. Beranae
others have failed ia no reason for not now reosirina a
eure. Bend at once for a Treatise and a Free Bnttle of
my infallible remedy, tiive Kiprsaaand Postofnoa. It
eoata ynn ant hins for a trial, and I will eure yon.
Address Du. IL O. HOOT. 161 Pearl St., New York.
617 St, Cbules Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A rRlr Ormlviat of two niedlrat
gout-ices, nan oeen longer engaged in tne treat
"iri,! ,. tin. .fii,-i in inn ireni-
leut of Chronic. Nervoiin, r-lun and
Jloofl Dlse.waa than any other iihyalelan lu
t. Louis, as cltv paper shew and all old real.
dents keow. Consultation t othce or hy mail,
Tree and invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nnthlitir. When It isfiicoiivenlent to visit i
the city .or treatment, uiedlelne can beaent
' by mall or express evervwhere. Curable caea
KiiHranteed ; where doubt exists It is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Krvou5 Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial aad ether
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affee
Hons, Old Sores and Pleers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Impudences, ExeeseeSj
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that s phyalclan psylnn
particular attention to aela.n oi'raaes attains
great file III. ami plivairlana III regular practice
all over the country knowing; this, frequently
recommend catento the oMrii oltice In America,
wlier- every known appliance Is resorted to,
and 'he prov"l (ioid ritmii of all
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