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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORVtrm, JANUARY .10, J884
THE MORAL OF IT. '
We may moralize as much as we
please about pain; but the fact is,
that we don't like it while it lasts,
and that we want to get rid of it as
soon as we can. Whether caused by
rheumatism, gout, disordered liver,
weak nerves, irregular kidneys, bad
blood, or anything else that is just
the reverse of what it should be, the
sooner it is out of the system the
happier we are; Whether pain is
the result of imprudence or of acci
dent, or is sent as a punishment for
our sins, may be a nice question for
the philosophers to argue ; but peo
ple who are suffering want first to
be rid of the pain, after which those
the matter to their hearts' content.
Above all theory, argument and
Ehilosophy, conies the delightful
ict that Brown's Iron Bitters
drives pain away. Sufferers run no
risk in tryingthis medicine.the only
compound containing iron which
carries no mischief with it. Those
who have used it' will tell you so;
and you can try for yourself by buy
ing a bottle of the nearest druggist
Health and Happiness.
O 00 AS OTHERS
OBOlC HAVE DONE.
'Kldn j Wort brought m from my fpa, m
. I k.i .w. nn Ka- 19 hut H iV'tnM III
IWmIi II U OT riAKunn. IfoAfcanifi lunik Mlttl).
WMWX M "I WIIPIU vwuHiv ,
Kidney Wort cured m from nenrotu weakiif
aa,MMr i wu not fifwiwi tv . m
Goodwin, d. Chnttian Monitor, ClmUaU, 0.
Have you Bright's Disease?
tldny-Wort corM m when lay Mtf wm Jul
life ciuOJc and thwi like blood." . . M
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"Kldn.y-Wort Ik Iti. moil nucoeMful remedy I BATS
Tr uuo. tilrtia ajmnat Immediate relief."
Dr. rhllUpO.aUvu,MtfDkton, VI
Have you Liver Complaint?
"CMn.tf nit nurfxl ma or chronica Lifer Ilianm
tor I prayed io die." . ,
Hanry ward, itu uol mn rcas. uuaru, a. x.
..... T).l. tmi on anhinoQ
ia vuiu xjclh. icuiio auu avuma i
"Odney-Woit, (1 bottle) curwJ dm when I was so
M l sea fo rou V1IV VI WU."
a 1L nUaiage, MUwuukee, WU.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Kidney-Wort made me oondln lWer and kldneri
after years of unaueeewful doctor! n It worth
10aboz."-Sam'l Buigtn, WlUlamrtown, West Vs.
Are you Constipated?
nrtHtvr.Wort cuaaa but aTacuatlona and cured
sa atter It years uee of other medicine."
Have you Malaria?
KldnT-Wort ha done Utter than any other
remedy I have rrer ufd In my praetife."
Dr. R K. Clark, South Hero, VI
Are you Bilious P
"fidnev.Wort haa dona ma more irood than any
other remedy I hare erer taken."
are. 4. . wauuwaf X4 i im. vnifuu.
Are you tormented with Piles?
VidnerortnenmiMnfly eurM me of bleeding
pDN. Dr. w. C. Kline recommended It tome."
ueo. n. norev, UMOier au wuiai nyenwwH, a,
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort oureo me, after 1 was ilveo up to
die by pbydcUns and I bad tuff trod thirty yean."
ElbriUge Maioolm, Watt Bath, Maine.
Ladies, are you Buffering?
"Kidney-Wort cured m of peculiar trouble of
aaramJ year etandlnir. Many frlende uae and pralte
It." an. E. Lamoreaux, lile U UotU, VI.
If you would Banish Disease
and gain Health, Take
Thi BLOOD CLIANSm.
A Valuable Dltcovery for lupplyloit MtKoetiim to
tk Human Syitam. Electricity and Maftnetlim
attllied aa nerer before for Healing the Sick.
THE MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'B
tMaenetic Kidney Belt !
FOB MEN IS
WARRANTED TO CURE Mo;
BY HircNDSD, the following dtteai wHhoa'.med-
IciD PAIH II TBI BACK, BlPt, UllO OB IUBI,
VIHTOU OIBIUTT, LDMBA90. a-.MIHAb DEB'LIJT.
MIPIUTIBB, P1BALT8U, NSURAUIIA. SOIATIA,
BUIAlIi Of TBI EII)IET,PIMAL DllIAOSS, TOhPIO
Utie, Goat, Somluiil EmlMioot, lmpoiency,
JUthma, Heart UUeaia, Dvepeptla, Conetlpalton,
Xmlpelaa, Indiaeatlon. Hernia or Kaptnro, Cat
krrh.Vllee, Kpllupny, I'nmb Apio, etc.
When any debility of the UEh'EKATIVR OR
GANS ocean. Loet Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
ui VlB'T, waiting WeakneM, and all thoee Din
mm of a penonal nature, Irom whatever came,
tnecoDHBttoue atreatn of maenetlem permeitin?
thronnh the part, must reitura them to a healtbv
kction. There 1 no mistake abuot this App 1
auc. TO THE LADIES: ItirtSfiEt
Weaknei-e of the spine Falling of the Womb,
LeucerrhtBH, Chronic Inflummatlun nr Ulcerntlon
f the Womb, IncMentai Hu u rrhage or Kloodlng,
Painful, bupprtmfd and Irrepular Menetrnation,
BarreooM, and Change of Life, thle 1 the Bert
ADpiuuce ana warat ve At'etit known.
For a.l tormn ot Kema ' Di flcultlup It le nnnr
paerea ny anviDing neiore invi-tited, ontn an a
curailve agent ami aa a eource uf power atd vital
Price of either fl.'l with Mngneilc Inanlci, $ln,
eeui o uprn- (. u, u. aim ex tuiKintlno al
low.fl, or ny mall on receipt of price lu ordering
OB'i meanure oi wait and elae of fhoe Kuuill
tance can be made In currency, autt in letter at
The awnet'c Garment' ape a 1 spied f all age,
are worn ver th ; un lercioibm j ( i t iezt tu the
body li H i me many i-.l aun B eet le Mam'
bng adv r le d o ezlnmiveiv), and rhoaid be
Uk n ..ft at n ght. The hold their POWi-.H
FuUEVEli. and are aorn at all eeaeone of ti.
Send (tamo for the "New DeDartnra In Medlral
rrtaiment Wltho it Medicine," with thoaianda of
tub maun eton appliance co.,
Send one dol ar In posiane tanp or
irrency (In letter at oor rlak) wit i iie ot hoe
utally worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
aola. and be envtuced ot the cower rtetdinc In
. v K"116 APP11"!. Positively so
v u. iU7 are worn, or money reranoea.
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For Sale bv
f , SMITH BROTHERS,
The Daily Bulletin.
TIBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Dally one year by carrier .... . 00
(9tfpccet.dlK0iiatUpaia In advanoa.j
Dattr, on year by mall..,.-.. -
n.ll. niia month .
Pnbllehad every atoning (Monday aKepted)
Weekly, one year J 5?
W.WlV natal 1 "
Pnbllahed every Monday noon. .,
W-Clobaofavwormore) for Weekly Bnl etln at
time, narvear. 11. H). Peetaae In all caeee
aii rnmmnnliiatlnna ahonld be addreiaod to
E. Ar BURNETT.
Pnblteher and Proprietor.
How to Make Thfun Kntrta)nnicnt
Brljfht nd Chfrful fo
The little dinner, to be a success, sav
s writer in the Home Journal, should
consist of from six to twelve well
chosen guests, bright, clever, sociable
people, who will keep the ball of con
versation rolling, changing the topics
"from grave to gay, from lively to se
vere." The room well lighted, well
warmod, with a pretty, well arranged
table, will alone give a senHe of bien
entre to people coming in from the out
side cold. The dinner for a small
party ought to be small. Clear soup,
fish, two nice entrees (one 1 ght and
one dark) a joint, well hung saddle of
mutton, being the best, game, and two
well chosen sweets, one being an Iced
souffle, and a savory will be quite
enough. But everything must be well
cooked, as hot, if not hotter than pos
sible, the meat well hung, and the
soup, fish and entrees perfect of their
kind. Lot a dinner like this bo served
at a round table, and the wine be of
the best quality of its kind; and what
man, aye, and woman, too, but what
will say: "Fate cannot harm me, I have
dined to-dayl" All this, to be well
done, must entail trouble on the mis
tress of the house. But, if she is the
right sort of woman, these cares will
be pleasures; and if she is not of the
right sort, no little dinner will ever be
a success in her house, even with a
round table. The table decorations
alone are a test aa to the capabilities
of the mistress of the house. This is
with some women an inborn gift; some
have no artistic faculties whatever. A
pretty arrangement at this time of the
year is a piece of peacock-blue plush in
the center of the table, with low mass
es of maiden-hair fern, and large white
or yellow Japanese crysanthemums;
and, if I had my way, no dessert should
ever be put on the table. A clearly
written menu to every guest And let
the dinner be helped with "a feast of
reason and a flow of soul," much be
ing in the power of the hostess, if a
bright, intelligent woman, to start top
ics, and keep the conversation going
without seeming to do so. . Then let the
dinner tininh with a littlo dessert, some
Chateau Mitrvaux with the chill off,
and good coffee well made. Most peo
ple, after this, will be in a genial mood
when they reach the drawing-room, and
will he ready to be entertained and be
It has been the misfortune of most of
in to experience quite anotner sort oi a
little dinner, where from first to last
everything goes wrong. As wo enter
the door, a foreboding of our fate comes
over us, as a rainglecf smell of cooking,
grease, and other abominations greet
our olfactory nerves; the servauts show
us into a cold, prlnily-furnishnd draw
s' room, wWe the tire, half out,
vainly struggles with the gloom of the
badly-trimmed, evil-Bmelling lamps.
The mistress of the house is handsome
ly, but untastefully dressed, and from
the higher regions come shrieks of woe.
We go down to dinner; the soup is thin,
the salmon is either half raw or else
boiled to rags; the entrees, evidently
from the pastry cook, consist of a vol-au-vent,
with the legs of the chicken
from last night's ball supper, a dish of
cutlets, evidently a rechauffe; the joint
is tough and undercooked, and the
game not fit to eat; sweets ill-chosen
and worse served. This is a little din
ner at which the male element is
gloomy, and the female bored. The
mistress of the houso leaves things in
the hands of an incompetent staff of
servants. We have suuored like this
at the hands of our friends, and regis
tered a vow never to suitor the like
again, if it is in our power to prevent
it. Now, if the menu had only con
sisted of good soup, well cookod fish, a
good leg of mutton, a fruit tart and
cream, with a good bit of cheese to fin
ish up with, in a well-warmed room,
very few would have found anything to
The first little dinner is, if well done,
a bright and cheerful episode in our
life. But if it is not in the power ot the
mistress of the house to have it well
done, she had better leave it alone.
When I say well done, 1 by no means
intend that it must be the cause of great
expense to the giver. It will bo found
quite possible, with good care and good
management, to .have a perfectly
faultless little dinner, whioh both en
tertainer and entertained will fuel much
brighter and better for, without the
cost being at all beyond the means of
the sort of people I am referring to.
The great art of dinner giving la,
never attempt more than your own staff
can do well; have no dishes you have
not proved your own cook can do, and
let house, table, dinner, all show that
every care has been taken by all con
cerned to make the. little dinner a suc
cess. And if madam does ask her lord
and master for a little more money for
the month's bills, he knows that he has
got something for it; and, feeling how
much social enjoyment he gives and re
ceives, he will not grudge the expense,
nor will hardly grumble at its not in
frequent repetition. '
The "Rime of the Ancient Mariner,"
illustrated by Dore, has no such ghast
ly picture as this drawn by one of the
crew of a Bhlp which was sailing near
Anjcr, recently destroyed by the Java
earthquakes!' "Anjer all gone; notono
living soul left; land white as snow
with ashes; trees all dead. We plowed
through masses ot dead bodies that
were striking the ship on both sides;
groups of a hundred packed together,
naked, and such an odor. It was
awful." "O, Christ, the very deep did
rot," says the "Ancient Mariner."
.n Unwilling IYo.y.
The St. Petersburg Jlt rultl rnluti's I hat
recently in a south Russian villain a
peasant was accused of a theft. The
culprit kept out of the way, but sent au
advocate to plead his cause before the
local jmliciiil magnate. Tho lawyer
employed all his eloquence to convince
the judge that his client was innocent,
but his clever appeal had no effect upon
the magistrate, who knew the accused,
Rnd had probably condemned him bo
fore he heard the details of the case.
He gave the sentence five Rnd twenty
blows with a rod. The village Solomon
was informed that the crituinal could
not be found. "Never mind," he ob
served, "justice must havo its course.
As the criminal is not in our hands, we
decree that his advocate shall receive
the floggiug. The man who has the
face to defend such a rascal deserves
to be punished." The luckless lawyer
in vain protested against the Illegality,
absurdity, and uttor injustice of the
monstrous sentonce. The loss of his
time and his fees, he contended, would
be quite sufficient punishment. But the
stiff old Russian Solomon was inexor
able, and the lawyer was actually
seized, bound and received the twenty
five strokes as tho representative of the
At Jonkoping, Sweden, is the oldest
and largest match factory in the world.
It was established 100 years ago, and
there are now to bo seen specimens of
the matches used at the beginning of
the present century, consisting of big
fagots of wood furnished with a handle
and a tip to dip in a bath of sulphur.
The wood from which the present kind
of matches is made is taken from tho
adjacent forests, which are divided
into fifty sections. Every year one sec
tion is cut nnd then replanted with
young trees. The trees are hewn into
plunks in tho forest and out into slivers
m the factory. The boxes are made of
the outside of the treeJ. Tho factories
aro on the banks of lakes which are
connected with one another by wide
Millions of matches are turned out
each day. Some idea of where they
all go to may bo obtained from the
statement that there are at least 280,
000,000 of matches burned each day in
the United States, or an average of five
matches for each person.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are Buffi-
cientlypowerful for the most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
In the Hop Porous Plaster the virtue of
Fresh Hops are combined with strengthen
ing aud stimulating balsams, and its cures
of Weak Back, Pain the Bids, Rheumatism,
and Neuralgia or Pain in the Chest are
simply marvellous, it beiDg more efficacious
and thorough than any liminent or liquid
rsmedie. iou 11 say so after using.
Time is Money.
Time and money will be saved by keep
ing Kidney-Wort in the house. It is an
invaluable remedy for all disorders of th
Kidney, Liver and Bowels and for all dii
eases arising from obstructions of these or
gans. It has cured many obstinate esses
after hundreds ot dollars had been paid to
physicians without obtaining relief. It
cures Constipation, Piles, Biliousness and
all kindred disorders. Keep it by you.
t3F"Th9 Voice of the People. No family
Dyes were ever bo popular as the Diamond
Dyes. They never fail. The black is far
superior to logwood. The other colon are
brilliant. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
Another Life Saved.
J. C. Gray, of Dadevllle, Ala , writes ne:
I have been ueltrn vour 1) Wm. H ALL'S BAL
SAM FOR THE LUNGS, and I can aav of a troth
It 1 far superior to any other Lung preparation In
the world. Mv mother was conffned to her bed
four week! with a cough, and had everr att-ntlon
by aa good Physician as there are in the conn try,
and I hoy al failed to effect a care; but when I
got one bottle ol yonr Db. W ii. HALL'S BALSAM
FOR THE LUNGS, she heeau n me d right away.
1 can say In truth tint It whs the means of savin
her life. I know of flvo emeu thtt l)r Wm Hall's
Balsam has cured, and my mother Is better now
than she has be nbefom for twenty jears.
Henry's Carbolic Salve
ts the BEST SALVB for t uts. Brnlscs. Borss.
I leers, salt hheuru, Tet'er. Uiaiiped Hands,
Chilblains Corni, ai d all klndoof skin Eruptions,
Freckles end Pimples. Get 11 NRY'rt CARBOL
IC ALVK,as all others are counterfeits. Price
Never Give Cp.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blond, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth yuu will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (0)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry anJ Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shuhley & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty of tine goods, &nd if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
HtatPR F.xnresH Co.. A
Southern Express Co., p, y. Palmer, Post
master oi uutcago, uen'i A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and mauy others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege f examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send for their hew
AUD BEAUT1F0IXV ILLUSTRATED CATALOG UT.
Young men, middle agd men and all
who suffer from early indiscretions will find
Allan's Brain Food the most powerful in
vigorant ever introduced; once restored by
it there is no relapse. Try it; it never tails
1 ; 8 for $3. At druggiits.
LLINOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
Making Direct Connection
Tunis Liti Caoaor
Arriving In St . Louis :5 a.m. : Chicago, 8.10 p.m. ;
Counseling at Odlii and Kfflngbam for Clnoln
nail, Loo is villa, Indianapolis and points But.
12:25 p. m. Fast St. Louia and
arriving in 8t. Louis 6:4S p. m., and eonneotlit
for all points Wait,
3:45 p.m. Fat Exprew.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at8t. Loci
to p.m., and Chicago T:J a.m.
3 :45 p.m.. Cincinnati Uipreas.
JrrlTing at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LomanUa t:tt
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:0 a.m. Paasengers k;
this train reach ths above polnta 12 to 36
UOUK8 in advancs ot any other routs.
tVTheS:ao p. m. express has PULLMAN
sLkEPlMQCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis eat
Fast Time Kast.
Pa ec ATI (TPra b' tDi llD' throngh to East-
m. em poinia
without any delay
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after-
it o outlay
In from Ci
loon train from Cairo arrivee In new York Monda?
Thirty-six hours In adTanceol
t3TFor through ticket and further InformaUon,
tpply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JOMI8, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Agent. Chtceto
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Tra.na Depart. Trains ArrlTd.
c. ST. L. H. o. b. R. (Jackson route).
tMall ....... ...4:45 a.m
tExpress 10 SOa.m.
lAccom 8:50 p.m.
ST. L. C. B. B.
Express .8:00a m.
Ex. 411 all.... 10:80 a.m.
express i:i.i a.m
Ex. Vail... 4:10 p m.
Accom .....J0 p.m.
II. B. B.
ST. L. I,
tExpress.,.. .,10:30 p.m. I tEitres.-.l:ao p.m.
W, T. L. P. R. B.
Mall 4Ki.4.-00a.m.'Matl A Ix.. SOp ss.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom ......10:80a.m.
Freight T:45 a.m. Freight 4 46 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO B. B.
Mall .....B:N5 a.m. Mall :10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
TIME . CARD
ARRIVAL AJtD DBPARTCBE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep'r
P. O. I ra PC
I. C. K. K.ttuough lock Ball).. 5 a. m
it at tt
I p. m.
9 p. m.
9 p. SB.
9 p. a.
6 a. m.
4 p. a
(way mall) 440 p.m.
(Southern Dlv p. m.
Iron Mountain R. B....
.10 p. m.
T p. m.
Wabash ft. R.....
Texas ft St. Louts E, E....
St. Louts 4 CMro B.
. a. iu .
...9 p. m.
Miss Kiver arriTes wed., eat. 4 Mon.
" departs Wed., Frt. 4 Sun.
P O. gen. del. open from-... ....7:80am toT:80 pa
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to Bp. a.
Sundays ffen. del. onen from....8a. m. to 10 a. a.
Bandavs box del. open from. ...8 a. a. to 10:10am
tVNOTB .Changes) will be pablisbed from
time to time In city papers. Change your cards aa
Mayor Thomas. W. Balliday,
Treasurer Cnarlea F. Mollis.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert,
tfarshal L. H. Meyers,
. tinnier William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
BOAJU) or aldmmjx ,
First Ward Wm.McHale, Harry Walker
Second Ward-Jesse Bmkle, C. . Hnghet.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. Patter. Adolph 8wo
Fifth Ward Chat. Lancaster, Henry Stoat.
Circuit Judge D.J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvln.
County Judge J. B. Robinson.
County Clerk 8. J. Hnmm.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fuieeraid
ConntT Com mine
T. W. Hallldy, J. H-
Mnlcahev and Peter Seao.
nAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth
Vj streets; preaching every Sunday moinln
night at ntuai nonrs. rrayer meeting
day night; Sunday scnoni, :di a.m.
noT,4iiu. f. auan, ra.ior.
fHURCB Of TUB KKUKailKK (Zplscopal
Vj Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m.. HoIt
Communion 10:90a. m., Horning Prayers 11 a. ni.
Sunday acbool s p. m., evening rrayers 7:uo p.a
P. P. Davenport, S. T. B. Sector.
i I RUT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJRCB.
" Preaching at 10:80 a; n.., 8 p. m., and 7:80 p. a.
al.bath school at 7:80 p. a Rev. T. J. Shores,
I CTHERAN-TMrteonth street;
I bath 1 :80 a. a. , Sunday
school S p. a. Rev.
f KTHODI8T Cor.
Slghth and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. a. and 7:80 p.a.
nnday School at 8:00 p. a. Rev. J. A. Bearrett,
I)KE8BYTERLAN Blghth street; preaching on
I Sabbath at 11:00 a. a. and 7:80 p. a.; prayer
neetlng Wednesday at 7:80 p. a.; Sunday Bcheol
it 8 p. m. Rev B. Y. George, pastor.
OT. JOSEPH 8 (Roman Catholic) Corner Gross
"Tirl Walnut streets: Mast everr Ssndav at 8
and IS a. m.t Sunday school at t p.m., and Vesp
ers at 8 p.m. Mass every morning at S a. m. Bev.
C. Sweeney, pastor.
T. PATRlCK'8-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
o street and Washington avenue; Mast every
Sunday and S and 10 a. m.: Sunday acboo. at I p.m.,
and Vetpert at 8 p. a. Mass every morning at I
p.m. Rev. J, Murphy, pastor.
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