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Treacher's Quiet Habits.
itary and studious men(
fore jSer jcmovr it hbae 'who J
spend much time in close mental
work, and neglect to take enougk
exercise, often find their stomachs
unable to do the work of digestion. '
The; liver becomes torpid iTJie
bowels act irregularly. . The brain '
rtfuses to. serve as it once did. f
Their preaching becomes a failure, . .
and there is a state of general mis- '
ery' So many ministers have been; ; ,
restored to health by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters that the clergy
gerierally are ; speaking to ,thear
ftfends of this medicine as the vary
best tonic and rest 6rer they know ' '
of. It restores thin and watery
blood to its proper condition by
toning it up with the purest and
most invigorating preparatioi of
iron that science has ever made,
It is pleasant to take, and acts .
immediately with the happiest re
ults, not only on the parsons, but
or. ither folks as welL v
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teetlona of the Heart and Urer, and all peine or echee
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CAIRO IIjLj. !
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, IS8S.
.The, Daily Bulletin,
9IV1CB: HO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
ofneux pit br or alkiahdkr count?.
(NTKUBO AT TBS CAIEO POBTOFFICK K)R
TBAHHUJeBION THKOUOH TUK MAILS AT
BKOOND CLA8I KATB8.
Mrt. W. P. Pitcber bis been soriously
ickor letersl weeks.
, Judge J. U. Robinson returned yestcr-
diy morning from Carboodale where he
had been gent i is a delegate by the Cairo
lodge of Odd Fellows, to attend a short set
ion of the Southern tllmoii District Anni-
Tersary association, I. a. 0. F. Tbe asso
ciation. ii composed of fourteen lodges in
southern Illinois, and representatives from
most of them were present. The object of
the meeting was to elect officers for tbe
ensuing ear and to select a place for hold
ing the next meeting of the association for
the . celebration of the anni
versary of Odd Fellowship. The
election resulted as follows: President,
Hon, Geo. W. Young, of Marion ; vice-presl
dent, Judge J. II. Robinson, of Oiro; secre
tary, Mr. Geo. M. O'liara, of Carbondale;
treasurer, Mr. George Kennedy, ot Murphys
boro. The last named place was decided
upon as the place for holding the anniver
sary meeting and the dte fixed upon is tbe
26ih of April next. A rote of thanks to
tbe press of l iutjicrn Illinois, for favors vol
urJtafily given, Vwm also unanimously car
ried. Jim CUvin, one of the six young hood
lums who amused themselves Monday
night by unmercifully beating three inof
fensive men, on Commercial avenue, scd
who, with the others, was fined $10 and
coits, giving an order on the Wabash road
for the lae, and was thereupon permitted
to go free.' attempted yesterday to "skip"
the town without" paying bis fine. lie
drew what money was due him from the
company and prepared 1o leave. Officer
McTigue was in search of him all afternoon,
bat had not found him at night. It is
argued that Clavin'l absence from the city
is better than his presence even in jail.
This argument will bold good in the cases
of strangers who, if they leave uuder fear of
punshment for some deviltry committed, will
remain away, but not in tbe cases of young
fellows who live bere, who have bten known
in several instances 1 0 letve the city to
avoid an execution for an unpaid fine, re
main away for several months aud then re
turn,' only to come it some other outrage
against law and order. Of the six offenders
referred to only two have given security for
the payment of their fines; yet all of them
are at large, when four at least ought to be
in jaiL This state of things indicates a
looseness in the administration of punish
ment' tfctt is to be deplored, and that must
prove pernicious in its effects upon society
if permitted, to prevail to any great extent.
Tbe prisoners should have been required
either to make immediate payment of the
fines, or give security at once, or go to jail
It does not need the application of any deep
logic to satisfy most any one that such
leniency shown by conservators of the public
peace toward young men who are guilty of
repeated, - outrageous infractions of the
criminal code, must produce in tbe tuinds
of such young men a hearty contempt for
the law and its minions, and make them
bolder and more defitnt in the fnture. The
heroic treatment in such cases is always tbe
best, and when youths have outgrown tbe
influences of home and become offensive or
dangerous to the society in which they live,
then the civil authorities mcst stop forward
and, witti a stern, steady hand, mete out to
them the punishment that beads of fami
lies , are . unable or unwilling to inflict.
Hoodrumism,4' when once permitted to get
a foot hold in a community, is a constant
disturbing element, difficult to suppress.
Certainly, it is much easier to nip it in the
W. F. LAMDnrr-nrer editor of i ai Bcllitik
and steamboat aaaenger agent. Orders for all
kinai or ateaatooat job printing solicited, umce
St Bower's lropean Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
i? irf ; ;
STAQIS Or THE BIVKB.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 17 feet 5 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec, 1 J. River 8 feet 8
inches' and stationary. '
Cincinnati, Dec. 12. River 10 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dec. 12. River 6 feet 0
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 12. River 12 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 12. River 4 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
8t. Louis, Dec. 12. River 0 feet 2 in
ches and stationary.
The Henry A. Tyler got off for Memphis
yesterday at 12:80 p. m. She bad a very
light trip. '
': Tbe weather etill continues .lovely, but
heavy fog for the last five or six nighta has
caused all the boats to report several hours
late. ,i i.; "'
The J as. W. Gaff from Cincinnati arrived
at 4 p. m. yesterday. She discharged con
siderable freight bere and received about
100 tons. She departed for Memphis at
8p.m. 'i ' i . : .... ;
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati will
receive several hundred tons of freight here
to-day, and leave for New Orleans thii
Tbe Wyoming from New Orleans is due
up for Cincinnati early this morning.
The Arkansas City will pass down for
Vicksburg early this morning.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is
overdue, and will report this morning, leav
ing at noon on her return trip. '
The Hudson, Capt. Tom Hnnter in com
mand and John Griffith in the office, is due
this evening from St.' Louis tor Paducah
and Shawneetown. . , ,
The reliable Andy Baum from Memphis
is the op packet for Cinciunati to-day.
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans
passed up lut night lor St. Louis.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
will report for St. Louis this morning.
' The City of New Oiloans leaves St. Louis
this evening for the lower Mississippi,
Tbe Ohio and Mississippi are both fall
ing fast. It a cold spell should happen to
sei in, while the rivers are low.' There will
be a chance for a general holiday for every
body connected with steamboats.
The City ot Helena leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Thof. Sherlock is due from Cincin
nati Saturday for New Orleans.
Tbe U. P. Sch f nek from New Orleans
follows tbe Wyoming, and is dne Saturday
Capt. Robert Wise, superintendent of the
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Co-, came
down on tbe Gaff yesterday yesterday, and
takes rail from here tbie morning for Mem
Effect of the Telephone on Hearing and
It has been assumed by some that the
effect of constant use of "the telephone
is injurious to the ear. The Sprinlield
Republican finds-juat tha opposite to bo
the case with operators ana others there.
')ne of the young gins in the central
iflice there says her hearing is con
stantly improving. When she began
:his work she blundered sadly; now the
iar is drilled to catch the faintest sound,
ind the sense of hearing is remarkably
ictite. It must be noticed that there
ilaritv of this schooling: of the ear is
llarguly responsible for the good result.
u an operator were 10 lane a swiicn
board only one day in the week and do
til the work required on that day, the
practice would doubtless be dctrinient
il, because it would be exhaustive to
jboth the muscular and nervous make
up of the ear. The systematic use of
ithe telephone seems to develop the
hearing above its normal acuteness,
but does not make it technically abnor
mal. One benefit from using the tele
phone is evident to' both subscribers
ind central office operators, that of
cultivating the attention, a process
which is reckoned as the third or intel
lectual method of developing the sense
jf hearing. A good share of the diffi
culty which people tind in working a
telephone comes not from iny defect in
the machine, nor from d . nt hearing,
but from inability to lix t'.ie attention
on what is heard. This trouble readily
disappears by practiee iu Ustening
closely to what is said over the wire.
Indeed the attention may be trained to
an abnormal development, as in the
case of the head operator at tho central
office, who has been in the telephone
biu-iness for four years; she has so ac
customed herself to fix her attention on
the machine before her and to abstract
her attention from her surroundings,
that when she is in her home she often
fails to hear when she is addressed by
members of the family.
Didn't Want a Friendly Tip.
'Horn, my good fellow,'" said an
English Lord at a Philadelphia hotel
table, as ho slyly laid $1 under his nap
"What is that for?" asked tho wait
er, without moviug.
"Kor? Why, that is for vou. Take
"For me? And why for me?"
"Surely, you must understand,"
whispered the Lord in astonishment;
"that is your tip. I never give less
"You are mistaken, sir," said tho
waiter, drawing himself up haughtily.
"I am paid by the landlord for my ser
vices. 1 accept no 'lips.' I am an
N. B. This was told to tho Phila
delphia Call by a hotel man, who said
he hoped to die if it was not true. We
are expecting every monn-nt to hear of
his death. X. Y. Com. Advertiser.
They Met By Chance.
In a city a man may ride up and
down on the cars with another, stand
at the polls with him, attend the same
church and meet him daily and yet not
know his name for years. Such an in
cident hnd the linis put to it yesterday.
A citizen coming down Clifford street
overtook a gentleman whom ho had
talked with at various times, and sa
"Good morning, Mr. ah Mr.
'bem good morning."
"Same to you, Mr. let's see see
"Say," said the first mnn as he halt
ed, "tio you want to know my name?"
"Well, sir, it's Baker Christian Ba
ker." "And mine," replied the other, "i
Cooper George Cooper. Let us con
sider ourselves iutroducud and take
the ear at the next corner. "Dehuit
Frc Vt.w.' ' 1 ; ' ' ' '
Do Yon Want to Buy a Fine
Silver Plated Cabtkr, , .
Silver Plated Butter Dish,
Silver Plated Knifb,
Silver Plated Ice Pitch br,
Silver Plated Cop, t
Silver Plated Goblet,
Silver Plated Cakk Stand,
Silver Plated Bebrt Bowl,
Silver Plated Tea, 8et I
If so, it will pay you to tend six cents for
postage for the magnificently illustrated
catalogue of the i : . I : ,. i ..
MERMODfc J ACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mn
And learn at what low prices they tell the
beautiful goods there illustrated.
Wbkr St. Louts Call ok Thm. (4)
Edward Payson Weston.
An American who has financially dono
well in England is Edward Payson
Weston, the pedestrian. So thoroughly :
Yanke in speech and person is Weston
that ho is at once accepted in that coun
try as a representative American. I
knew him well during his career in the
United States, and I regard him as a
most remarkable walker. It was not
so much that he was able to leg it 600
miles in six days, and did it several
times before tho long distance record
exceeded his limit of endurance, but
his more wonderful achievement was
that of being a professional athlete
without any association with profes
sional sporting men. : He did not for
years enter into a race. His walks
were "scientific tests of human endur
ance." I had to do with one of these
events as a newspaper reporter. .
"Who are to be tho judges?" I asked.
"Oh, I'll have Prof. Doremus, tho
Rev. Dr. Hep worth, and Judge Daly,"
"Nonsense," said I; "they won't let
us use their names in connection with
"Sen if they don't," he confidently
retorted; "and what's more, they will
actually serve at least for the first
And so they did. Moreover, they lent
him the money with which to pay the
preliminary expenses. He had been a
book agent. That was a railing in
which he developed a wonderful ca
pacity for working and talking. His
persuasiveness was equal to gaining the
names and presence ot tho three men
tioned eminent-men. Added to this
was a store of good luck. James Gor
don Bennett was among the spectators
at the midnight start. He is strong and
expert at nearly all kinds of exercise
including pedestrianism. The notion
took him to occupy tho track with
Weston for the 'first mile. The next
morning's papers gave accounts of the
start, placing the professor, tho divine,
and tbe judge in the scorer's stand and
the journalist on th track. Nothing
more was needed to command fashion
able attention. The building was
thronged throughout the week by people
in fine clothes. ' Ladies were abundant.
The distance covered by the pedestrian
was only 435 miles, for this was the oc
casion of one of his several failures to
go the promised 5X). Now that the go-as-you-please
record has been raised to
675, Weston's earliest performances at
heel-and-toe walking seems . insignifi
cant. Nevertheless, tho 435 miles were
quite sufficient to satisfy the spectators
then, and he cleared nearly 18,1X10. I
see that he is now plodding through
England aa a total abstinence pedestri
an, traveling fifty miles every day and
lecturing on temperance every evening,
lie will fool them on the distance walk
ed if ho geU the chance, for ho never
failed to resort to trickery whenever it
was feasible; nnd as for the advocacy
of non-alcoholism, I have seen him drinV
beer in a sate place while publicly pro
claiming abhorence of it.
Then Weston is a frnude? No, lie is a
lunatic. A menially wilder mRn never
passed for a sane one. Ho has made
fully $100,000 in jtedestrianism and all
of it is gone. After winning a great
London match and $2,000, he spent tho
whole in three months at Brighton. A
line of creditors mark the entire route
of his pedestrianism, and yet he could
not keep a dollar. In his last effort in
this city, at the Madison Square garden
races, he was attended on the course
by three men in livery.
"I want to show that I am a gentle
man," he said, "and not a mere pedes
trian." Cor. Baltimore American,.
Sealskin and Matrimony.
She left him for a sealskin .sacqit".
Such is. the popular verdict iu a recent
divorce case, though the records read
another way. What is there in that
garment which makes it bo wonderful
to the i feminine eye? Its rich, brown
hue, its softness to the touch, are unde
niable advantages, but it does not ' be
come every one. It is too often a mere
fur bag that overloads and overwhelms
a pretty figure. It is too valuable to
be ripped up by every owner, and alter
ed with the changing fashions. Gnard
ed ever so tenderly, it is invaded by
the moth that gnaws and rubbed bare
by tho most delicate neck and chin. Is
it a badge of wealth? No; almost every
woman scrapes to get one. It can bo
; had on the installment plan at double
' its value. That is against it. Why,
1 then, make home unhappy for such an
article? We may be preaching in vain,
but better a thousand times wear plu.di
with honest pride than blush iu seal
skin. Sew l'ork Morning Jour mil '.
Jay Gould' s ' Mausoleum.
The Gould mausoleum in WToodland
Cemetery, N. Y., is so far on the way
to completion that on Thursday hist the
final roof slab was set in place. Work
on the Interior decoration has begun.
The structure is impressive by reason
of its simplicity, harmony of design
and massiveness. Its form is that ota
Ionic temple, raised on a platform
three steps above the level of tho
sward surrounding it. The working
men say that the foundation of tho
platform is a mnss of concrete, that
makes it practically a single stone
eight feet in thickness, by thirty-six or
more in length, nnd twenty eight in
wld'h. The structure is wholly of finely
hammered Westerly granite, without
a single band or panel, or ot her surface
that is polished. Thirty graceful
columns, eloveu feet hlh, by thirteen
inches in diameter, hiirround tho mau
soleum, aud add lo the support of its
massive roof. : '
Space for twenty bodies is afforded
within. In the. front of the tomb will
be a bronze door of , Grecian design,
pierced so as to afford a view of the
interior. , ' A window representing a
choir of angels will occupy. the space
. now left in the rear wall. It is under
stood that the inner walls will be of
delicately shaded niitrblo, arranged so
as to present simple and pleasing
-effects.' No brlek or metal is employed
in tho construction of the tomb except
ing tho bronze door and the necessary
lead in the window: It stands in the'
center of a circular plat of three or four
acres on tho highest) ground in thq,
oemotery, in, Lawn, avenue, ,noar Cen
tral, avenue, and Is surrounded onlj
by grass, not a single tree or shrub 'as1
yot rising" on the ground.' wn '.nn
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Wm. Ludwie; &
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wwwr nnAM nnnliAn tn tha anpfaAA will BMriMtatAth.MHafl..
inj almost instant Kii,iKva;
nor discolor tne twin, qr leave
ha no BQCALfnrthe Cnr of
(Stiff Joint Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
ISor Threat, fains fca tit
nd is enuslly efllcaciousTiir all
irftMiHUlnn a tovwful dlDustve:
I.Uk your Druggist (or, It. Price
lTePared only by JACOB I.
No Longer Seeded; S ;;(.;,
Hie ol.l-f nhiontid. alow-actinn nlaitara "mint
go." Ki'dhoii'i Capaita I or on liaatera art tbe
est, itt emu, . ) ) t
C A TflW Esthetics, (4 dualgns). Sometblni
J.l.lUO jwdd. Mailed on receiptor t cents
in etamps. I1EAKNK A CO , P.O. Bo t 81.N.Y.
7ANTKI) -I.ailka and vonng men wiahlng to
' earn SI to wtt every dav quiully at their homes;
tk furnished : smtbv mail: no canvasalnc: no
stamps required for rrply. PIpMo addreas BDW.
r . uavip 4 tu, Mouth Mala t., Kail River.
Mass. I . hj i I, . , ',,. . r
Ely's Cream .Balm,.
I'rcam Halm has gained an enviable reputation
whervur known ; displacing all oiber Dreuaratloni.
Send for circular containing fall Inform tloo and
reliable tt'ftlmumala. By mail, prepaid, $0 cents a
packtr -clamp reculred. Hold by all Wholesale
and retail drui!ils.. ELY'S JtKAM 8AL.M CO.,
Owe(!0, New Yi.rk.
1 1 Yj 1 n Bf owning. 55c., Campbell,
50c . tioethe, 7'c., Uoldsmiih. 5'c, Neman, Sc.,'
Iliad and Odystey, 79c , rlood, Wc,. Itistd.iw. 60c..
Keats, 4 k. Meredith, 50c, Milton, 50c.. Moore;
Site , Hope hflc.. 1'oe, 40c , Hchiller,4oe., Scott, 50c
Tennyson, 60c, Virgil, 4Ac., and others. Floe cloth
hindlne- Sm for eiaailnaiiod before pay meat
no evidence of good faith. Catalogue free NOT
sold by kers, JOHX B. AsVDNv fobltsher
18 Ve.jr bt,, New York. r 1 , . i .1
Tise tbouaanda of cues of the wont kind and of lone
Minding iiv boao vurod. .TnrtiJjniitrpnjr isniv
firh1nTleffica.T.that I will solid rwOBOTlTEB
FKEB.tOKetnwwitha VALUABLH TRKATUKoo
this dueaaa, to anj safTxrer. (iin sxpreu and P. Q.
addrasa. Da. T. A. 8LOOUM. 181 Pearl8t.,lte Tori
ll IT5TP WITHOUT A TRACHKKI Sopor's
III UolV lnDlHtitnieousdnido to Keys of Piano
aud Organ. Price tl. Will teach anv Derson
lo play i0 pieces of mimic In one day. You could
not lear.; it In mi a teticher in a month Tor $). Try
it and be convinced Sample copy wl, be mailed
to any address oo receipt of 25 cents In stamps by
It U A HN K 4 CO., Publishers, P, O. Box 144.', N. T,
I CURE FITS!
1 do not mean mraslf tostop tbsm
fin - ,,,na .n.
rdical cure. I have mads tbe dwaeof rlf 8, EPI
KPK? OBFALl.t.NO KICKNK8HaU(e-lootTit"dy.
I warrant nw remedy Uicuje tbewonteaaes. Bacauaa
othersbave failed is no reason for Dot now raealvtpc a
enre. Send atonoe for a Treatise and a Frae Bottle of
mv infallible remedr. Give Ezprsaa and Postofflos. It
coetaynu nothing for a tri", and I will rare you.
Addreaa Vu. U. U. KUU T, 18 rearl St..
617 St. Cbarlei Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A roKiilar Orn.hiatt of twe medical
rollegi's, linn lieen loncor eiigHged In the treat
ment of C'lironio, Nervom, Kktn mutX
JUood IHMUM.i chhn tuiyollifriibyslrlan In
Bt. Louis, as ctrv papers and all old rel
dents know. CousiillHtlim t oiAreor kv mall,
freesnd invited. A friendly taik or his opinion
costs notbliiK. W lu ll It Isinconvenlenttovlslt
the city .r treatment, medicines can he sent
by mull or express evervwliere. Curable rases
guaranteed : where doubt exlita It is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Wnrvons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercnrlal and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tiona, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, ' Rheumatism, Pilei. Special
attention to easss from over-worked brain. .
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eieesaatj
Indnlgeneaa or Exposurai. ' 1 ' 1 i
'- It Is self-evident that a phyilrlan paying
particular allelln to a class ofraaea attains
' great skill, and phvslelaim In rennlar practlra
all ovor the country knowing this, frequently
recommend ruses lo the iililemofflce In America,
where every kimwu appliance is relorled to,
and the provorl irnod rmiiertle of all
siten and countries are need. A whole home 1
1 ned forotlice pnriMwi'S, nnd all are treated with
kill In a resiwtful manners and, knowing
what to do. nu experiment are marie. t)u ac
count of the irrcrvt nnmtirr applying, the
charges are kept low, oiun lower than Is
deinaiiiled by oilier If vou secure the skl'l
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A WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
My drugstore was the first to sell Swift s Specific.
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PIMI'LIS AND BIOICHKS OH THE SKIN,
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For years I was afflicted with Dry Tetierof the
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Cypress Kldte, Monroe Co., Ark., I
July 23, 18"3. f
I bave a bright little daughter who will h two
year old next month. She has been troubled
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which I first diagnosed chicken-pox, but later
found it to be sums sort of eczema: at any rate it
resisted very stubbornly all tbe different treat
ments. I purchased one bottle of Swllt's Specific
and gave It to her in small doses three times a day
and In a short while had the satisfaction to se
that she was entirely wall. I am so well pleased
with It effect on her that I ahall not only use it In
my practice, bnt I shall administer I' to my other
children and take It myself. W, S. Bkovts, M.D.
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