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The Doctor Mistake.
One of the nlri mietaVoo rf
f profession was to think that there
were no otner ways ot curing dis
ease except those which had been
handed down from former times.
It is not to be denied that the
Doctors have done great things
for the world. But when it comes
right down to the real curing ol
disease, it must be admitted that
Brown's Iron Bitters has done en
ough to earn thegenerousgratitude
of this whole present generation,
including the medical profession.
There are no mysteries or secrets
about the compounding of Brown's
Iron Bitters. This preparation ol
iron is the only preparation which
will not injure teeth or stomach. In
this it is beyond comparison better
than the other preparations, which
are mischievous and injurious.
You need not fear a mistake in
trying Brown's Iron Bitters. Your
druggist has it. It gives vigor to the
feeble, and new life to the dyspep
tic. Children take it, not only with
safety, but with great advantage. 6
TO PBESRKVE THE HEALTH
TJse the Magneton Appliance Co.'t
Th are prteelsss to ladim, oivmatM and
oriLDBta with viae lcos; oociMormiciMii
om caocr U ever known where these
tannenta are worn. The; alto prevent end cure
AST oirrioOLTiM, oolm, BHicatnaM, aiuaiL-
U, VBBOATTBODBLIS, DirBTUIBJA, CATABHH, AMD
A ix Kaunas oiaaaais. Will wis an 7 service
for tubii tiam. An worn over the nnder-cloth-
I"!ATAT?RTT lt,( allees to describe the
-i.Aa.Xi XVXXt symptons of thU nauseous die
mm that li sapping the life and strength of only
too many of the falraatand but of both lezea.
Labor, study and research In America, Europe and
Eastern landt, hue retalted In tba Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording ear for Catarrh, a remedy
which eontatne No Uaonamo o ran Hrsri, and
with tbe continuous ttream of Manetiam per
meating through tba afflicted organs, near as
BTOBB raiM TO a BBALrHT lOTION. Wi plaob oca
raici for tbia Appliance at leai thi.n one-twentieth
f the price aaked by othara for remediea upon
which yon take all the chances, and wi hfioial
lt invrri the patronage of the babt reasons who
hare tried Deuaeiae thbib stomachs wrraoci i
racr. HOW TO OBTAIN
glat and aak for them. If they have not got them,
writ to the proprietors, enclosing tba price la lat
ter, at our risk, and they bail bo tent to you at
nee by mail, postpaid.
Send 1 tamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Treatment without BtDtciBB," wUh thou
sand of testimonials.
TUB MAGNKTOS APPLIANCE CO..
S18 State Street, Cbictgo, III.
Hon. Bead one dollar In pottage stamps or
currency (In letter at oar risk) with site of iboe
niually worn, id try a pair of oar Magnetic In
soles, and be convinced of the power residing In
oar Jt agnatic Appliance. Positively no cold feet
whsre Uier are worn, or money refunded. 106-ly
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO, 78 OHIO LEVER.
OFFICIAL PAPIK OP ALEXANDER CUCHTT.
EHTEUKD AT THK CAIRO POeTOFFICE FOB
rRAKSMUBION TUBH'OH THB MAHjb AT
SEC05D CLABi RATES.
I sat in tlic oli cluirihvanl an J ny.fd
sround. Ho.nlstonps ami footMone
atootl in pre at profusion about the
place, ana here and thoro a Mutolv
ahaft etood proudly pcintinp tin lust
resting pluce of sonic wealthy family.
Before me lay a headstone that had
broken off, as if it, too, gnht ohlivinn.
It was mosw-prown and old. Beneath
it was the dti!t of a human bein whose
race was run, whose lamp was out.
Perhaps, ho h:wi been old and ticjjlectr
od, a3 was the utone a hove hiui, and in
broken-hearted ailenee he had pone
down, to rise apain only at the great
resurrection day. Love and hate, joy
and sorrow, had no more hold upon
him, but the clay, from which he had
come, embraced him apairi. Like the
bumble monument alxno him, he had
been straight and strong, but at last he
broke down and decayed, and is now
forgotten. The life of man is but va
porhe lives, he dies, and that is all of
earthly existence. A few years, per-
f haps, he is remembered by friends, but
they, too, must follow him, aud thus
does all memory of him perish except
the story which is told upon the head
stone, and that also passes away. This
is no new theme, but it is one well
. worth a moment's study. Near by, a
little grave looks fresh and clean, an
aged woman, with a quiet care, places
flowers upon it, though many years
have gone by sinco this child passed to
the otner shore, the mother's heart still
beats for it, and hopes to meet it in the
happy days to come; her memory sees
the childish face full of glee or hears
the joyous prattle of the little tongue,
and the merry patter of tiny feet are
fresh in her mind. How sad the con
trastmotherly care and friendless
neglect However, all must end in
dust, and some day the grave of the
child, and the grave of the man, will
be as one. Another day and another
race will know them not Arknnsaw
Wanted Him Twice.
A Nebraska sheriff who was on a
train coming east from Omaha the
other day, fell into conversation with
a New Yorker, and finally admitted
' that he was in pursuit of a broker.
"A broker for what?"
"Oh, one of our smart towns was
getting ahead so fast that it must needs
send to Chicago for a broker. It want
ed him bad and ho came. He opened
an oilice, put in a ticker, displayed
quotations, and made about $-.'0,000 in
"Weil, that's what, they want him
the second time for they want to ask
"Has it affected, the town?"
. "Well, a littjf. I think that if a
chap should come through there offer
. ing to sell tickets to heaven at $2 for
the trip he could not get a man to put
down a nickel in advance. They'd ex
peot to get side-tracked somewhere
about half-way. Wall Hired JS'ews.
The Washington monument will be
finished in December, 1881. Thus far
Advice to Young Authors.
The Philadelphia Call advises youri"
authors as follows; "Above nil thinua
remember that the only way to get a
thin-' printed is to two the editor per
sonally. Editors don't go by tho mat
ter In a manuscript. They go by the
looks of the writer. Resides that, time
hangs very heavy on the hands of
jwopte around newspaper offices, and
it is difficult to soe what would become
of them if would-be contributors did
not call onco in a whilo to ta.k about
their articlos or play checkers, lie
careful, however, in ascending to the
editorial rooms to skip the double-act-ing
spring step which is always some
where alonir tho stairs, and turns over,
landing victims in the cellar. This is
not meant for contributors, but for ped
dlers, and nothing so worries an editor
as to find Home contributor's bones
among those of the peddlers whon it
comes to an annual cellar cleaning.
W. r. uAbbdiw. mer editor of r Builitiw
and steamboat passenger agent. Order for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower' European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
mtii or tbi Kim.
The river marked by the gins;, at this
port at I p. tu. 33 feet 9 iochea and rising.
Chattanooga, Dee. 81. River 7 feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 31. Rivaril feet 6 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Dee. 81. River 83 feet 8
inches tod falling.
Nashville, Dec. 31. River 87 feet 8 la
thes and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 31. River 8 feet Sin
ehei aod falling.
8t. Louis, Dee. 31. River 5 feat 1 ia
h end rising.
The Carrier, on her first trip out in the
Southern Transportation line from Cincin
nati, sunk Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
juit three miles below Oweniboro, Ky.
Tbe boat is reported a total lost. She had
a cargo of about 500 tool on board. Capt.
W. C. Ticheaor was in command. Three
Htm are reported bat Capt. Tichenor has
our sympathy in the lose of his boat on her
maiden trip in the 0 line.
The John A. Scudder from St. Louii ar
rived here yesterday. She bad all the
freight she could carry on the present
tag of water. She leaves to-night for
The D. R. Powell arrived her yesterday
morning with a good trip and leave for
Vickiburg this morning.
The J as. W. Gaff from Memphis pused
up for Cincinnati last night with a big trip.
The heaviest rainfall thatwu aver known
for years fell at Memphis yesterday. In 8
hours 3 inches is reported.
The weather commenced growing colder
yesterday morning and will be a regular
bliizard here this morning if tba reports
from the northwest are reliable.
The Cons. Millar for Memphis ii due
early in the morning.
The Ohio ii slowly declining abova, and
by to-morrow we can look for tba same
The B. S. Rhea arrived Sunday night
and departed on her return trip for the
the Cumberland river yeaterday morning.
The Paris C. Brown is due to-morrow
from Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The Chouteau went into New Orleans
oae day last week with 10,000 bales of
cotton. This is tba largest trip of cotton
that was ever carried by any boat that
ever floated. Score one for the Chouteau
and give her the herns.
The Montana leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Vickiburg and represents the An
chor line. She will likely be tbe last boat
out for some time to come.
"Old Blizzard" is reported on his way to
Cairo and will give us a slight hint to-day
of how they da things out at Bismarck,
The Golden Crown from below has 1,000
tons of freight and will pass up for Cin
cinnati very early this morning.
Capt. Lew Kates, late of the ill-fated
Will Kyle, has bought the beautiful and
new ateamer Buckeyt State, and 11 booked
to leave Cincinnati Thursday for New Or
leans. This is the first day of the new ysar 'ol,
and it will be in order for all you steam
boat boys, to swear off like Rip Van Winkle
"never to drink any more," but as usual
wind up tht year in a good, old-fashioned
The Ella Kimbrough left for Wolf Is
land yeiterdiy alter a big load of corn.
Fire! Fire! Police! Policel
Members of the Police and Fire Dept. of
New York, Chicago, San Francisco and
other leading cities, pronounce St. Jacobs
Oil, the greatest pain-curing and healing
Mokdat Evkniko, Doc. 81, 1883.
The weather ia cloudy and wet, but the
wind tbia evening is blowing stiff and cold
from the north, and the New Year may
come in clear and freezing.
The market is very quiet, and pricea as a
rule are weak, but tbia is tht case in all
other markets according to the latest re
ports and our merchants can draw console
tion from that fact.
The river ia "booming" and still coming
up, but will not go much higher.
FLOUR Very quiet with full stocks of
all grades and only a limited demand.
DAY The market ia overstocked and
no demand. Everything U lull end C0D
sigoees find it ioiprx-ifeo to make storage
room for the surplus that comes in. Ship
pers will save money by holding back for a
few days at leaat.
CORN Considerable corn haa sold in
last few days, and prices are well sustained.
The demand is for good dry stock, any
thing else is unsaleable.
OATS Plenty and dull. Prices are
MEAL Very dull for the time of year.
The mills are not running at more than
half their capacity.
BRAN Plenty and easy.
BUTTER Strictly choice is ia good de
mand. EGGS Overstock and slow. Prices are
weak and unsettled.
CHICKENS Dead dull. The market
is glutted. Live cannot be sold at any
price, except for retail.
TURKEYS Scarce in good demand.
APPLES Choice are in good demand
and pricea firm.
Sales and Quotations.
MOTS. The price her given are for sales from
first hands In round lota. An advance le
charged for broken lota in ruling order.
100 bbl s extra fane? 5 IS
400 bbls various grade.. BOOS 60
100 bbl famllr-. - 4 41
100 bbl choice.-......... ........ 5 oO
4 car gilt edge email bale 10 ne
Scan choice Timothj large balee.. 8 80
1 car pnme . 00
I car choice 10 00
in care choice mixed In bnllt...-...... 47
8 care mixed In balk 48
i care new white In sacks ., BO
8 car choice in balk M
3 cart mixed la balk M
10. 1 Red, per ba ; SS&M
No. t Medlteranean..-..- 1 00
KO bbl Cltv on orders 1 1033 40
In aacks awes T5
400 ponnd choice Northern packed
SOU ponnd choice Northern dairy
600 pounds Southern 111 Ia2 1
400 ponnd creamery K&.'T
ScO pounds choice roll 20
500 dossn..... mm..... ... 18
800 dosen .mm... IS
M0 dosen l&a
Large choice-..- 10 00
8maJl. 8 On
8 coop mixed and hen 60Q1 90
Scoop mixed...... MMM-.....M-. 9 0
Quails per doa. 1 00
Venison careens 4c
Venison eaddlea 8&9e
Wild turkeja per doaen 6 0039 00
w uq auc as per aosen . i ou
Per bbl choice Ben Dst1s.m.....m.- 8 508 T6
" Rom Beauty ... .8 8043 75
Small varietlea m 1 M
Choice Wlneeap .8 tMli 00
enatons 003? 50
Choice red.. A.. -mm i SS
Choice yellow ....-M.... M...-M... D
Potatoes per both Peach Blow - 8A&40
Potatoeper bush Early Rose.- S0&SS
Potatoes per bbl.... ....- 1 36
According to Ue. 10 00&13
Tnbawssbed....MMM...MM.......M ............ SATSS
Fine ud washed m ..... lbtt
Half do hm W
Plain hlBtimiM H.MIM.HIWmMMi... DOBO
8. C. Bam .M. mm 18
Clear side. mm.........mm..m......... 9
Sides m none
Kt. Johns JM"
Ohio River 1
t boshel burlap S
5 bushel lt
Peaches, haWas and quarters VSX
Choice navy t OOQS 38
Choice medium - 3 H
Choice, Factory mm 10
Cr9D) i i iiiiiiiii see V
ft) M. W
V I) w
Ceon 10 to SB
Mink 10 to
Red Fox m. II
Wild Cat 10 to B
Bearer per ponnd .. 60 to 3 50
Opossum .... mmm 8 to IB
Bear...-.-. ...1 00 to 00
Dry Flint choice H
Dry 8alt...M ............ ..mm...m... 11
Green Salt. e V
Plnm Green - I
Sheep Pelt, dry m-...m.m MAM
Sheep Pelt, green.... 1!)?t
Damaged Uldee ... M ol
Common Logs. ........ 3 75QS or
Good Inge 4 50G 5 f!
jOwLeaf 4 7ba 5 OT
afedinm Leaf S BOB 7 ffl
Oor Leaf. TBOOJ'O
RATES OF FREIGHT.
Grain ' Hay Floor Pork
fewl. fewt. Vbbl. Vbbl.
Memyble 1SK IB 34 85
MwOrleana, 17J4 36 88 60
Helena, Ark.... .... IT) t M 60
kCllnestoa, Ml tlSf 33 H 46 67
Vlcksborg, P rentes Bonte stf per cwi high
' All other war point below Memphis toNew Or.
leans, sam rate a to Kline toa.
vrrltr. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1884.
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Gray, ofDadevllle, Ala., writoa as:
I have been ueltgyoiir tin W. HALL'S BAL.
SAM KOKTIIK LUN08,nd lean say of a truth
lt is far superior to any other Lung preparation In
the world. My mother was confined to her bed
four week with cough, aud bad every attention
by a good hynlclitns a there are in the country,
and i hey a 1 failed to effect a care; but wttn I
got one bottle ol your Ob. W at. HALL'S BALSAM
FOB I II E I.UNQS, (he began t me d right away,
I can say In trntb that It was the means of saving
her life. I know of five cases that Dr. Wm Hall's
Balaam baa cured, and my mother 1 better now
than she has been before fortweniy years.
is the BEST SALVE for Cut, Bruises, Bores,
( lcors, bait hheuro, Tetter. Chapped Hands,
Chilblain, Corns, atid all kinds of skin Eruptions,
Freckles and Pimples. Get UtNKY'8 CARBOL
IC t-ALVb.as all others are counterfeit. Price
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l":ken
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 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 215 cents a bottle.
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar-coated 25 cents (6)
Avoid cheap goods. Tbe Hop Plaster
cures pains and aches where other plasters
simply relieve. 25 ots at all drug stores.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Store as is now at Barclay Bros'
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
tiacKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures rues. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Plaster is applied. It streng
thens the muscles, giving the ability to do
hard work without suffering. Take none
but this, 'tis sure.
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will pf-rmnnrnuy restore all
lost vigor, and strength u nil the muscles of
Brain and Body, f 1; 6 for f 5. At drug
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Ills uS taut us tht srlsls sf diMUM. tui iboalS M nas
ay all tklakias stopta. II motalM talwVla Draeerlptloas
fcrths aura of Nerrous and Fhraiaal Debility, hot
vitality, psfsetivs Memory, neeponaeneva
rkmiw trill o( dnirdrt brolfhl 0 hy orwor ud
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1 i I
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Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Liidwig & Co.
few duo PS applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
;ind almost Instantly RELIEVI PAIN! It will not Soli Clothing
aor diaoolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any kind. It
has so equal for the Cure of
Stiff Joint Neuralgia, Lame
Sore Throat, Faina in the
aud is equally efflcaeiousTor all
requinuil a powenui tuauaivo etimuiaut. oee nmnr Ainmimr.
Ask your Dnigglst tor It. Prtoe 60
Prepared only by JACOB 8.
When Winter Comes.
Winter cemes atth coughs and colds, and Ben
eon's Capctne Porous Placers come to cure them.
PARKER'S TON tO.
Makes fast and Arm friends of all who nse lt. In
vigorates the Kidneys, Liver, Bowels and Stomach
and purine the Blood. Pleases the palates, atira
the circulation and cheers the mind. To the wom
en and aged persons lt Imparts strength and hope
fulness. The best known antidote to the liquor
habit. 60c. and $1 sizes.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED FOB COLD IN THB HEAD.
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Send forcircular containing full information and
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TTinniil hf Grote's Greece 12.70: Ma"?
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JOHN ii. ALDEK, Pnbllsher,
P.O. Box nn. 18 Veey8t., NewTork
I DURE FITS!
Wh"n I .' -ore 1 do not mssn mmrely tostopthsm
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otbura bare tailed ia no reason for not now rMWTinff a
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This Botol is heated by steam, has steam
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Saperb furnishings; perfect service; and an nn
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ONE OF THE. BEST PIISICIANS.
I have been using Swift's Spe iflc In my practice
for qulto a long time, and I regard it tbe best com
bination as a blood punttor and tonic. It is entire
ly vegetable, being composed of t ie extracts of
roots which grow la this suction or Georgia. I am
fami'iar with itsbistorv from the time the formula
was abtained from the Indium., it is a certain and
safe remedy for all kinds of blood poison and skin
humor, ana in the hundreds of casn in which I
have need it and seen it used, there has never been
a failure to cure. I have enred blood taint in
TBI TBIHO OKKIIUTION
with It, after I had most finally failed by the most
approved methods ot the treatment with mercury
and iodide of potassium. Th'se caaes have been
cured over fifteen years ago, and have never had
any return of tho disease in themselves or in their
children. FRED A. TouMER, M. D.
Perry, Houston Co., Ga.
"It is the host s lling remedy In my store, and
all classes of people buy It It has become a house
hold temedy with many of our best citizens "
WALTER A. TAYLOR,
"I iell Swift's Specific often a gross In ten days
at retail and to all classes. Some of Atlanta'e
best people use lt regularly as a tonic and alterative.
JOS I AH BR AD FIELD,
Ourtreatlseon Blood and Skin Dlseasea mailed
free to applicants.
Tlitt BYVIDTSrEClMC t:u
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. L0UI3, M0.
A. regular Graduat of two medical
eollegea, haa been lunger engaged In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervoni, s-km and
lilond Diseases than any other plivalelan lu
St. Louis, as city papers shew and all oM resi
dents know. Confutation t oitlreor by mall,
free and Invited. X friendly talk or hli opinion
costs nothing. When lt 1 Inconvenient to visit
the city .or treatment, medicines can be sent
by mall or expreis averywhare. Curable case
gaarauteed: where doubt exists lt Is frankly
stated. Call or Writ
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Imparities and Blood Poisoning, Sb'a AfTee
tiona, Old Sores and Ulosra, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Rhanmatlfm, Piles. Speeial
attention to imh from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprndenoes, Eicssaea
Indulgences or tiposurs.
It Is self-rvidsnt that a phvxlrlan paying
particular attention to aruia otrawa atulua
great aklll, and physician In regular praetlce
all over the country knowing thK frequently
reeomroend eases to the olilrSt office in Amerlea,
where every knowu spiiliance la reiorted to,
and the proved roKl reioodia of all
ages and countries sre used. A whole house Is
nsed for office purpotee, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; and. knowing
eonnt of the (treat number applying, the
eharaes are kept low. often lower than is
anal 10 ao. no experiments are man,
demanded by others If you secure the sklU
and get a speedy and perfect litn rnrs, tnaiie
tha 1 in rmr taut matter.
1 auipuivi. yii
sent to any address free.
puts. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. (
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