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The Doctor's Mistake.
One of the old mistakes of the
profession was to think that there
were no other ways of 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 oi
disease, it must be admitted thai
Brown's Iron Bitters has done en
ough to earn the generous gratitude
of this whole present generation,
including the medical profession.
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about the compounding of Brown's
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iron is the only preparation which
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this it is beyond comparison better
than the other preparations, which
are mischievous and injurious.
You need not fear a mistake in
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feeble, and new life to the dyspep
tic Children take it, not only with
safety, but with great advantage. 6
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aome duty, DUxiuess, Flattering at the
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ail Imparities through these three " scav
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kin and a vigorous body. TTTT'B PILL
oause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAW.
MI have hod Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have trlpd ten different
kinds of puis, and TUTT'S are tbe first
that have) done me any good. They have
cleaned me out niooly. My appetite IB
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RtitjUftle for t'liinrw! Women.
A young girl walking In the street
must not turn her head round; nor at
home is she to glance slyly at visitors.
She is to remember, moreover, that
girls who are always Iaurhingand talk
ing are not esteemed; and that virtuous
.women have Leon honored from the
earliest times. The philosopher,
Mendze, grieved when he saw his moth
er break her shuttle; the woman Tsoun
threw herself on to a sword in order to
save her husbaud's life; the mother of
Ao, being so poor that she could not
buy writing materials, taught her sot
to read by tracing characters in thi
sand. W omen should be able to read,
write and use the counting machine, so
as to be In a position to direct a house
hold. They should rend books of piety
and stories of uioralily in action, while
avoiding love-poetry, songs and anec
dotes. Women should be reserved;
and they are cruelly enjoined never to
occupy themselves with other people's
affairs. Men ought never to talk of
domestic matters, while women should
never talk of anything else. While a
visitor is in the drawing-room the lady
of the house should not be heard rais
ing her voice in the kitchen. Women
are not to paint their faces and wear
striking colors, for the insufficient rea
son that if they do men will look at
them. Young women, as well as young
men, are to be dutiful to their parents
and always in a good humor, even when
their father and mother are not. They
are to ask them whether they are hot
or whether they are cold, to take them
food and drink and to furnish them
with new boots and shoes. When a
young girl is grown up and married to
an honest m:in she must not forget
her parents, and once or twice a year
must ask permission of her husband to
go and see them, "From the highest
antiquity until the present day the rule
in marriage has been that the husband
commands and the wife obeys." Vir
tue for a wife consists in having an
equal temper, and to arrive at this
much must be supported. "If the first
hag not the happiness to give her bus
band a male child, he chooses a person
be loves in order to have by her a son
who will continue his line. It is neces
sary, under these ciscumstances,1' says
the "Manual," "not to give way to
jealousy, but to live together on friend
ly terms in the same house. At present
great dissensions take place between
first and second wives. Out of a hun
dred first wives you will scarcely find
one or two of a sweet and affable dis
position. I have taken great pains,"
adds the author, "in writing this para
graph. Do not read it thoughtlessly."
If, however, ho had been more thought
ful himself, it might have occurred to
him that the want of sweetness and af
fability which he deplores in supplanted
"first wives" is the result less of char
acter than of circumstances, and that
it would show itself equally in second
wives if they in their turn were to be
Iiooks Like "Sunset" Cox.
Mr. Boynton, the agent of the West
ern Associated Tress, looks wonderful
ly like "Sunset" Cox, writes a Wash
ington correspondent. He is a great
joker, and none the less effective be
cause a trifle deaf. The other night
he was sitting in the Riggs House when
a new correspondent for a Western
paper spied him out and went briskly
up to him. "fiood evening, Mr. Cox, '
he began. Boynton didn't quite under
stand him, biit answered him cheerily
enough. "Do you mind giving: me a
few minutes of vour time?" the re
porter asked, "th?" queried Bovn
ton. The question was repeated. "Ko,
I'll talk," he answered, without exact
ly understanding what was wanted.
"W'hat are you going to advocate in
Congress next winter? ' was the first
3uestion, and when the supposed can
idate had fully got the idea, he began
to see the mistake, and prepared him
self. Boynton has some original ideas
on the tariff, the Mormon question,
government telegraph and monopolies,
lie expressed them in English easily
understood, but rather fiery. The re
porter was delighted. Ho evideutly
had the interview of the week, and one
that would surprise people. After
half an hour's lecture, Boynton blandly
excused himself and went to his office.
The reporter telegraphed his notes
West. They came back in ;ood time,
aud Mr. Cox was not long in seeking
out that correspondent, who sent a
very humble dispatch that night ex
onerating the New York Congressman.
Now he wants to find out who it was
whom he so successfully interviewed.
Every one knows it except him.
A Wife's Admiration.
Sir Arthur Wellesley, before ho be
came the Duke of Wellington, married
a charming Irish lady Catherine Pak
enham. They had been long attached
to each other, and the marriage took
Elace just after he had returned from
is brilliant career in India. During
his absence of eleven years she never
once wrote to him, yet her affection
When Lady Wellcsley was presented
to Queen Charlotte, her Majesty said:
"I am happy to see at my court so
bright an example of constancy. But
did you really never write one letter to
Sir Arthur during his long absence?"
"No, never, your Majesty."
"And did you never think of him?"
"Yes, your Majesty, very often."
She was proud of her husband's rep
utation, but prouder of the fact that he
merited It. Just before her death, she
wa visited by friends who found her
lying ou a sofa iu a room filled with
the magnificent presents of cities, king
doms aud soveroisrns. When the visi
tors ga.od upon tlieru with admiration,
the Duchess exclaimed, with a weak
"All tributes to merit! There's the
value! All pure, no corruption even!
That could not he said of the Duke of
Min-MMii-utt"h!" Youth's Oomvanion.
CAIRO BDLX.ET1N: WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 2, 1884
CONCLUDBD PROM FOCBTH PAOK.
tbe pay is never out of place at an eating
tation on a railway line.
On speeds the train; a jolly crowd of
passsngen endeavor to make up in wit what
they may have lost in disgust. Large
tracts of farming lands, spread out miles
aad miles away, ever and auoa attract at
tention as we speed on our way. Why ao
few farm houses and such lonely appearing
country! Men of magnificent possessions
have grasped in their clutches these beauti
ful tracts of country. Large land bolder!
are a serious drawback to any country.
Qood settlements and schools are impossi
ble. As we pass along we notice in places
aa high as half a dozen outfits in tbe tame
field, marshaled out in line, putting in
grain, each outfit consisting of one man
managing eight horses hitched to a seeding
machine. Those machines plough, sow
and put in the grain as they go. We alao
noticed machines that, in harvesting, cut,
thrash and aack tbe grain re they go.
Truly, California is a big state, with large
proportions and eitensive variations, cou
pled with grand successes and immense
failures; a combination of auperlativea; up
one side and the same down the other. A
kind of goias-you-please success or failure,
as the case may be.
Talking of big things in Cal. bringa to
mind some big stones we heard some "old
timers" get off not long since. ''Speaking
of big trees" said one "puts me in mind of
the time when I was taking a drove of cat
tle up north and had t cross the Calveras
river, the river was so flush that it was
difficult to cross, in hunting for a crossing
I found where a large hollow tree bad fall
en across the river, through it I drove tbe
cattle to the other side; on counting I found
six musing, on going back to the tree I
feund them strayed into ene of the limbs,
I rode in and brought them ont all right.
"Just 10" saidj the other, "I have eeen
numbers of trees up in the big tree country
so tall that it takes two persons to see to the
top; one ins to commence looking where
the other left off. But laying all jokes
aside, Calvares county has some wonderful
big trees, of which our readera have, no
doubt, often read.
Passing through Fresno and Tulare coun
ties the region it more or less mountainous,
the grade in places steep, tunnels frequent,
andcurves abort. The run across the Mo-
java Desert was mountainous and uninvit
ing, being one continuous waste of sandy,
barren plain. But as is often aaid, the
darkest hour is just before day, ao here a
dreary desert intervened before we emerged
into this southern land of magnificent
beauty of which our next will tell about.
W. P. Laibdix, riTer editor of fas Bcllitin
and steamboat paaaenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing aoiicited. Office
si Bower's European Hotel. No. i Ohio leyee.
STASIS OP TH I BIVKK.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. oi. 84 feet 7 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan. 1. River 6 feet 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 1. River 88 feet 11 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, Jan. 1. River 19 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 1. River 22 feet 1 in
eh and falling.
Pittsburg, Jan. 1. River 9 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
St. Louis, J . 1. River 5 feet 0 in
eh and falling.
Further information from the sunken
Carrier shows that the report of three lives
being lost was a mistake, as every soul on
board were saved.
The Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati
wires that she will report here to-day and
desires both freight and passengers. The
Brown is good and shippers as well as
passengers will find her so if they will pat
ronage her. She leavea for New Orleans
The Ella Kimbrough leaves for Cape
Girardeau this morning. No boat has left
here in that direction for several days and
the Eimbrough ought to get a good "send
off" in the passenger line this morning.
We received a telegram that the Sherlock
from New Orleans would arrive here at 8
p. m. last evening, but owing to bad weath
er she will hardly reach here before this
morning. Passengers going north will do
well in taking the Sherlock.
The Qua Fowler arrived and departed on
Tbe Cons. Millar from Cincinnati ia the
boss packet for Memphis this morning.
The Jss. W. Gaff discharged BOO bales of
cotton here Monday night.
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville ia due
to-night and leavea on her return trip to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Charley Bower's New Year's oysters
stuffed with the same kind of turkeys was
elegant, and it waa a free blow. He done
an immense business, but never mind Char
ley the boys won't forget you, and if they
have a few dimes to spend you will get
Tbe Chas. Morgan follows the Sherlock
and is due Friday morning for Cincinnati.
The R. R. Springer is the next boat after
the Brown going south and will arrive here
Tlie Old Timer.
The old time political editor who was
once such a power in the land is out of
a situation. The loss of his power was
not a sudden fall, but a gradual wast
ing away. He gave up his place of
Importance reluctantly, for when the
iroprietor of the paper went in and told
t im that his services were no longer
required, ho looked up iu a dazed sort
of way, as though he did not understand.
"You have been with the paper a long
time," the proprietor says, "and have
done much effective work, but your
style of composition is no longer popu
lar. You are a man of learning, I
know, aud can sling Latin with a class
ic flourish, and call an opponent out
to right with a graceful translation from
the original Greek, but wo don't want
any more of that kind of business. If
auy lighting must be done after this,
the horse whip instead of the hair-trig-
fered Derringer wili bo employed,
hat young fellow over there will take
your place. I know that he hasn't
much learning and don't believe ho
ever had a profound thought, but he
has a way of saying things in a pointed
manner. He runs over the news of the
day with lamblike friskiness and leaves
lively tracks that take with the people.
He cannot whip a politician into line,
but he can shoot paragraphs at him
until he drops in or out as the case may
be. I hate to see you totter away,
knowing that you came in with such a
firm tread, but your style is too anti
quated for a newspaper of to-day. Yon,
although old, are now eminently quali
fied for more serious writing, aud I ad
vise you to take charge of the humor
ous department of a magazine. Thera
your time-honored sprighiliness and
octogenarian appreciation of a joke
will find its merited reward. You have
succeeded for many years in keeping
the young men down, and the public
has assisted you, .but some of the young
fellows have started a paper and are
making such inroads on our circulation
and advertising patronage that we are
compelled to adopt their style."
The old fellow makes no reply, but
totters away. He feels that the news
paper world has had its day. He talks
to his old time friends, and" they agree
with him, but the paper goes up with
wonderful rapidity after his weight is
taken from it Poor old fellow. The
magazine is now his only hold. Arkan
Void of Offence.
The breath becomes "void of offence,''
when contaminated with decaying or im
pure teeth if S0Z0D0NT, the national
beautifier of badly furnished mouths is
used systematically. It inatitutes a speedy
reform of those conditions favorable to
dental decsy, such as the corrosive action
of acid impurities fermenting upon the cor
onal surface, tbe destruction of tbe enamel
by tar and thu injurious influence of tobac
co. Polish daily after meals, if possible.
, Cured When Physicians Give Up.
"Our family physician eive up our child
to die," wrote llanry K , Kq , of Verilla,
Warren, Co., Tenn. "It had tits. Samari
tan Ilervine has cured the child." f 1.50.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and 1" .ken
ot your rest by a sick child eunuring 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
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duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
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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
tbe world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
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Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
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Too much cannot be said of thever
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lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and thes)B
tem Bhould have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
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must know that Electric Bitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
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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, Sovere Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a trial bottle of this groat remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
ttuckien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
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The glory of a man is his strength. If
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lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles of
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