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ease that ti sapplnic tbu 1 f.i end strength of only
too many of the falrostaud b.etof both sexes
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of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which you tike all the chancea, and wa ssrsaaL
lt Ixvvri the patronage of the mamt hksohs who.
have tried dkoboiiotuiib stom.chs wituout ar-
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write tu the proprietors, enclosing thu price In let
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once by mail, poetpald.
Bend stamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Treat ueut without bioioins," with thou
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aoles, and be convinced of the power residing In
onr Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where tliev are worn, or money refunded. 10-ly
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If and It.
"If you ro aull'cring from poor
'health ur languish inoo abed of
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'limply ailing, or if you t'eel weak
aod diepirituiJ, without clearly
'kuowmg why. Hop Bitters will
'surely cure you."
"If you are a minister, and bare overtax
ed yourself with your pastoral duties, or a
'Mothers woru out with care and work, or a
man of business or laborer weakened
'by the strain of your everyday duties, or a
'man of letters, toiling over your midnight
'work, Hop Bitters will surely strengthen
"It you are suffering
'from over-eating or
'drinking, any indes
'cretion or dissipa
tion, or are young
'ana growing too fast,
'as is often the case."
"Or if you art in the workshop, on
'the farm, at the desk, anywhere,
'and feel that your system needs
'cletnsing, toning, or stimulating,
'intoxicating, if you are old, blood
'thin and impure, pulse feeble,
'nerves unsteady, taculties waning,
'Hup Bitters is what you need to
'give new life, health and vigor."
If you are costive or dyspeptic, or
suffering from any other of tbenu
meroui diseases of the stomach or
bowels, it is your own fault if you
If you are wasting away with any
form of Kidney disease, stop tempt
ing death ibis moment, and turn
for a enre to Hop Bitters.
If you are sick with
that terrible sickness
Nervousness, you will
find a "Balm in Gilead"
in Hop Bittera.
If you are a frequenter, or a resi
dent of a miasmatic distiict, barri
cade your system against the
scourge of all countries malaria,
epidemic, bilious and intermittent
fevers by the use of Hop Bitters.
If you have rough, pimply or sallow skin,
bad breath, Hop Bitters will give you fair
kin, rich blood, the sweetest breath and
health. 500 will be paid for a case tney
will not cure or heta.
That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister,
Bother, or daughter, can be made the
picture of health by a few bottles of Hop
Bitters costing but a trine.
Boot & Shoe
lo. 90 Cora'l Ave., Bet- 6th & 6th 8t,
Just received a fall Hoe of
FALL ajtd WINTER GOODS
vfclcb fa will tell at the lowest bottom pr.wt. It
eompriMi the boat of 8T. LOUIS HAND MADB
and CHILDREN'S BHOKS, and QBNTS' RUB
BR R BOOTH and SHOKH.
BT We alio make to order anything In our Una
tne neat material ana woramansnip.
ti. e. nsroE,
- Manufacturer and Dealer In
Mb Street, between Oom'l Avtt. and Levoe.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
lafet Bsoalrad. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
The Daily Bulletin;
i OfriCE: NO. 78 OHIO 1KVEK.
OmCUL PAPgK OF ALBX&NUKB CODNTT.
tCMTKUKO AT THE CAIHO POSTOKFICB FOB
, TRANSMISSION THBOnOHTHR MAILS AT
aXCOSO CLASS BATES.
-"Our Strategists," by J. H.. Hiverly's
Comedy company, drew a good audience
to the Opera House last night and a mode
rately good one at the afternoon matinee. It
is not at all overdrawing it to say that bet
ter pleased audiences have not gathered
there this season, than were those who wit
nessed, "Our Strategists." The nature of
the play is decidedly new and must take
with any one who can appreciate humor.
The company is a small one, comprising
only ten persons, but each is perfect in his
or her part. Mr. Henry B. Bell, as "Jack
Rutledge," and Miss Katie Gilbert, as "Nel
lie Howard," were especially good in their
characterizations. Although the situations
these two young people and their connec
tions find themselves in at various stages of
the play are "just too ridiculous for any
thing, so they are," yet the parts are so na
turally played by all that the audience is
completely carried , sway aod kept in an
almost continual chorus of laughter.' If
the old saying "laugh and grow fat"
means anything, we may safely expect a
very noticeable obesity among those who
attended either the three performances.
The item quoted from the Charleston
Courier, elsewhere, does not give all the
particulars in the affairs. The fellow Walk
er referred to left drafts in both banks here,
each (or $1,000 drawn upou the steward of
the Little Rock penitentiary. He expected
to get the money on them when he drew,
but was told at both banks to get some one
to idantify him. He went out, but failed
to return. The City National bank sent
the draft en for collection and was notified
by telegraph that it was a forged draft.
It seems thtt Walker went from here to
Charleston and tried the same game in the
bank there, for a day or two afterwards
Mr. Dickerson, of the Pacific Express com-
psny here, received a draft for $1,000 from
the bank at Charleston upon the City na
tional hank here, in favor of Walker; but
upon presejng it he was informed that
the signature was a forgery. Mr. Dicker
son telegraphed to Charleston at once to ar
rest Walker which was done; but he did
net get to see any of the $100 reward
offered by the state of Arkansas for the re
turn of escaped convicts.
Anybody can catch a cold now. The
trouble Is to let go, like the man who canght
the bear. We advise our readers to keep a
bottle of Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup bandy.
The IVmI I,nii!cui'
Aldworth wn built n'ime ilnz -ti ytvtr
ago, when Mrs, Tennyson had lvn or
dered change and Fn-ninvsttr was
found to be unbearable and overcrowd
ed during the summer months. It
must be borne in mind that to hospita
ble people there are dangers from
friendly inroads as well as from the at
tacks of enemies. The new house,
where for many years past the family
has spent its summers, stands on the
summit of a high loneiy hill in Surrey,
and yet it in not quite "out of reach of
London life. It is a white stone house
with many broad windows facing a
great view and a long terrace, like
some one of those at Sieiia or Perugia,
with a low parapet of stono, where
ivies and rofes are trained, making a
foreground to the lovoly haze of the
distance. Sometimes at Aldworth,
when the summer days are at their
brightest; and high Blackdown top has
been well warmed and sunned, 1 have
seen a little procession coming along
the terrace walk, and proceeding by
its green boundary into a garden, where
the sun chines its hottest upon a shel
tered lawn, and where standard rose
trees burn their flames. Mr. Tennyson
in Ms broad hat goes first, dragging the
garden-chair in which Mrs. Tennyson
lies; perhaps one son is pushing from
behind, whilo another follows with
rugs and cushions for the rest of the
party. If the liitlegrandsons and their
young mother are there the fauiilv
group is complete. Otio special day 1
remember when we all sat for an hour
round about the homely chair and its
gentle occupant. It seemed not unlike
a realization of some Italian picture
that 1 had somewhere seen, the tranquil
eyes, the peaceful heights, the glorious
summer day, some sense of lasting
calm, of beauty beyond the present
Ho impression of this life at Aid
worth and Fairingford would be com
plete if, besides the parents, the sons
were not seen, adding each in his own
measure to the grateful sight of a
united household. Hatlam, the eldest
son, has been for years past the ad
viser, the friend and companion of his
father and mother at home; and Lionel,
the younger, although living away in
London in his own home, all the same
holds fast to the family tradition of
parents and children closely united
through the chances and changes of
life, and trusting ami supporting one
Mr. Tennyson works alone in the
early hours of the morning, and comes
down long after his own frugal meal is
over to rind the guests assembled
round the social breakfast table. He
generally goes out for a walk before
luncheon, with a son and friend per
haps, and followed by a couple of dos.
Alt Londoners know the look of the
stalwart figure, and the tine face and
broad-brimmed felt hat as ho advances.
Mr. Huntington, the railroad million
aire, is put down as worth $50,000,000.
He is sixty-five years old. and has no
family of his own blood.. An adopted
daughter is the sole heiress.
OA IRQ BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNlNtl, JANUARY
THU Gil EAT EST OP ALU
I I . ' , . .1.14 . - , -,, , , ,
That Which 1 Cornea Before. Muscle,
Nerve or llraiuThe buniiucli.
Mercy, how thesu. fellows ato, how
peremptory thoy were in ordor, how
eager in contemplation, how earnest
in cutting up, how vigorous in putting
down. They hurried through the operr
ation as though thoy were having a
tooth pulled, and tho quicker It was
over the bettor." ' I was particularly
struck by one man" who finished a pork
pie, a cup of custard, some cold coffee,
and fifteen or twenty pieces of cheese
in less time, 1 was going to say, than
it takes me to tell it, w ho a.skod, while
tho tumbler was still resting in his
mouth and the milk was gurgling down
his throat "Check, please," and.snatch
ing out the other hand for the ticket as
he moved away, preying his fingers
iuto hia side-pocket for change with
which to pay. No wonder liver-pilla
are sold . by the billions, no wonder
stomachic regulators of various sorts
and kinds find quick and ready sale,
no wonder doctors retire rich, no won
der, indeed, that our graveyards grow
and our cemeteries extond their boun
daries year by year. It apparently
makes no difference what time of year
it is, the icy breath of winter, the
sweltering of dog-day August, the lassitude-breeding
fogs of spring, and the
pleasant atmosphere of autumn, each
in its way inspires appetite and drives
the human race pell-mell into the mod
ern restaurant. New York is a great
filace for restaurants. We have them
roni tho humble doughnut-stand on the
sidewalk, or, for that matter, a lower
rade still, a hot-corn mau who sells
is fragrant cobs from the curb of the
pavement, through many, many styles
and ranks until we roacli thosu gilded
palaces where luxury is the normal
condition and extravagance the custom
ary rule. The great physical sin to-day
is against the human stomach. Sins
against the ten commandments, we are
told, can be forgiven, sins against hu
man laws can be expiated, sins against
individuals may be condoned, but sin
against the stomach remains uncancel
ed and unforgiven. A disorded stom
ach breeds disease of every sort and
kind; it unmans the nerves, it unbal
ances the brain; It dims the eye, it par
aiyzes the ear.and makes life so wretch
ed that the 'conundrum often rises: 'ds
it worth while to go through so much
to gain so little in the end?"
Everybody has his nostrum. All the
way from dot-water baths Inside to
red-flannel bandages outside there can
be found doctor, nurses, patent-medicine
men, old women prescribe this,
that and the other. I pity the man
whose stomach is out of order. John
Gilbert, wuose stomach is a long one,
looks as though he had never been
troubled. I envy such as ho. I envy
Gen. Grant, who smokes from morning
until night and drinks from night to
morning. I envy Ben Butler, whose
stomach capacity is simply eminent.
1'uoplo talk about Beecher and Beecn
er's brain. I coucede Beecher and
Beecher' a brain. but what gave him one
or the otherP Without doubt Beecher' s
stomach. Next time you see him on
the platform, in the puipit, or bowling
down tho street like a tremendous
lightning express under full headway,
take him in. Look at lii magnificent
head thickly thatched with whitening
hair, see his furrowlcss forehead, mark
the keen glitter of his full blue eye, see
the ruddy hot glow rushing througn
his rosy cheeks, mark tho ieonine as
pect of his entirety. What is it? Brain,
muscle, nerve, disposition? Nonsense,
it's stomach! w York Lclkr.
I want to say a word about Japanese
cemeteries, which are seen everywhere.
ihe receipt for a Japanese grave-vard
is very simple. It only requires about
ten feet square of ground for a very
good beginning. Then this space
needs to be crowded to repletion with
short, stubby stone monuments, rough
hewed, and often only a few inches
apart. Indeed, in many places you
will encounter single graves in isolated
localities, by the wayside, or on the
premises of a family. There is one just
back of our apartment in the Nrkko
yadoya, roofed over, as is frequently
the case, with a wooden canopy.
Of course this is only general, and
applies to the representative Japanese
cemeteries. Japan has her Green
woods, which are different from, rath
er than inferior to our American bury-
mg-grounds. Ihe monuments are
moss-grown usually, but it is because
this is in accord with the proprieties as
the Japanese look at things. The fu
nerals are usually at sunset, though I
saw one in Tokio at early dawn. The
deceased is buried as be had lived in
a squatting attitude, the casket being a
square tub of wood, unless his worldly
goods warrant an earthen jar. Non
residents who die in a community are
cremated, and their ashes are then re
turned to their native ken.
Enter almost any cemetery and you
will find tapers, coins, trays of food,
Hhavings for starting a fire, and other
articles, all showing the mundane char
acter of the ideas which the Japanese
cherish with reference to the after-life.
The face of the dead is always turned
toward the north, a position which is
religiously avoided by the Japanese
during life. Indeed, so anxious are
they not to sleep with their faces to
ward tho north that they frequently
mark the points of the compass upon
the ceiling of the room, so that a sleep
er may avoid making any mistakes.
The Japanese observe a great many
such little superstitions. They have
the most costly bronze monumonts
erected here in this city, for no other
turpose than to keep the devil away,
f any change is noticed in the appear
ance of an article connected with their
temples or cemeteries, it is promptly
attributed to some ghost, and fertile
imaginations devise a fictitious account,
which is promptly accepted and Incor
porated into the authoritative legends
belonging to this most elusive of all
heathen Faiths the Shinto religion of
the Japanese. Co'. Philadelphia Press.
An amendment is proposed to the con
stitution by "Robert Rodney, U. S. N.,"
limiting the aggregate of property in
any Individual's ownership to 10,000,
000, and declaring any accumulation
beyond this sum to be "a public nui
sance and a publio peril, liable at any
time to be confiscated irto the Unitod
States Treasury." ,'.,
W. t. LaHBDIB. rlr amtnr nl i'BB Rni.i ti
and steamboat passenger agbat. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job priming solicited. Office
at Bower's European Motel. No. 7t Ohio leveo.
The New Mary Houston from the south
passed up for Cincinnati yesterday morning.
She bad about 500 tons of freight and Capt.
Miller seemed confident that he would make
a "home run" without trouble.
The Gus Powler came through yesterday
and left on her return trip at 6 p. m. To
day being Sunday she will lay over at head
quarters. The Bell of Shreveport will positively
commence loading for New Orleans to-day
and leave Monday. Passengers going
south in order to secure rooms at low rates
see W. F. Lambdin, agent. The Shreveport
has a new ou fit and no boat can boast of
The Wyoming troin New Orleans left
Memphis Friday midnight and will arrive
here this evening for Cincinnati. W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent, will furnish
tickits at low rates.
Bot) Jones, freight agent of the "Big O.
Line" left this morning on s trip down in
the bends. He will return to-morrow morn
ioi;. The Thos. Sherlock tor New Orleans and
the Vint Shinkle for Memphis, bath adver
tised to leave Cincinnati last evening, laid
over on account of ice. If the weather
continues to moderate they will leave Tues
day or Wednesday.
The ice in the Ohio yestery was not so
thick as the day previous. If it continues
to moderate navigation will be fully resum
ed this week.
Remember the Bulla of Shrevepot is a
sure t'O to-morrow for New Orleans.
Big Cu9ino is in town and open for en
Sagemedt. He weighs a ton.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs aud
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
In the Opinion of Physicians,
teeth ill at are becmning detective or are in
sufficiently cleansed, infect the food and
unfit it for the digestive process. Health,
therefore, as well as personal attractiveness
is promoted by the use of 80ZODONT,
pure in composition, ntirm-tble in flavor,
prompt and tffectivem i,s purifying action,
and economic, since only a few drops upon
the brush are needed at a time. The popu
larity of this Bterlinz proration is btised
upon long tested and professionally recng
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany 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 you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Bold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
Young men, middle aged men and all
who suffer from early indiscretions will find
Allen's Brain Food the most powerful in
vigorant ever introduced; once restored by
it there is no relapse. Try it; it never tails.
$ 1 ; 0 for 5. At druggists.
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the beet or none. Messrs.
Shcbley & Co., Chicsgo, are miking a
specialty of tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and wxter
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 ami endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American expresa Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gcn'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling yon to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send por their new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOOUF.
I will be a' the following named places at the
day and oate set opposite each name and pla a
for the pnrpo e ol collecting the Revenue of Alex
ander county for the year A. D. 1888, wh- re I
hope 10 meet all tax payer ready to settle holr
taxes, aud 1 wish to Impress upon the people the
necessity of settling their personal taxes at once
aud save costs, c.
At the poetofrlce at Beech Ridge, In Beeoh Ridge
Precinct, on Monday, January 31st, a. d. 1SS4
At the drug store of Dr. J. J. Nowatney, In tho
town of Hodge l ark. In Unity Prectact, on Tues
day, January 2jd, a. d. tSSt.
At the store honse of Henry Ilunsaker, in the
town of Sandusky, in Sandusky Precinct, on Wed
nesday. January 2ird, a. a 1881.
At the store honse of Marshall Anenstoln, In th
town of Rice, In Elco Precinct, on Thursday, Jan
nary 2h, a. d.lsSt.
At the store honse of Cnlley A Co., in Clear
Creek Precinct, on Monday, January 28th, a. d.
At the store house of R. A. Edmondson, In East
Cape Girardeau piocinct, on Tuesday, January
27th, a d. 1884.
At tho store honse of B. F. Brown A "rn.. In
town ofTnobee lu Thebes preclnet on Wednesday,
January 30th. a. d. 1684.
At the store house of A. II. Iioland, In town of
Paula Fee In Santa Feo precinct on Ihursdny,
January 81st, a. d.lSK4.
At the store house of F. D. Atherton, In Goose
Island precinct on Friday, Fehrnarv let. a. d. lHI.
At the residence of Nicholas Unneaker, In Lake
Mllllgan precinct on Saturday, February d, a. d.
At the store house of Peter Hatip, In First
Cairo pr clnct on Monday, Februaiy 4th, a d. 184.
At the office af M.J. Howlev. In Second Cslrp
precinct ou I nesday, February 6th, a d. 1881. .
At the store home of P. Fltigerald, corner of
14th and Commercial avenne In Third Cairo pre
cinct on Wednesday, February sth.e. d. 1884
At tne store nous or u. e. una. in ruin usiro
precinct on Thursday, February ith, a. d. 1881.
And at the eonrt house, In Fourth Cairo pre
cinct from the 8th to the 29th day of February, a.d.
1884 Tour truly. ' ' JOHN HODGEH.
Sheriff and Collector of Alexander Co., 111. ,
Cairo, 111., January 10th, 1884
Wm. Lndwig! ! ! Co.,
inchest Market Prices Pafd for " "'. x
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
NEW ADVERTISE MENTH.
When Winter Comes. "
Winter comes itb cnugtis and colds, and Ben
son's Cttpcine Porous i'la-lers come to cure them.
26 Coil' t.
Makes fast aud Arm friends of ail who aae it. In
viKorstus tbu Eldueys, Liver, Bowels and Stomach
and punflfti the Blood. Ploaee the palates, stirs
the circulation, aud cheer the raiu.1. , To the wom
en and uj:eil puraons It imparls strength and hope
fiilnnfs. The b?st known antidote to the liquor
haMt. APc and Si sizes.
Ely's Cream Balm,
UNEQUALLED FOR COLD IN TBS HEAP.
('roam Balm has gained an enviable tepntatlon
wherever known ; displacing all other preparations.
Seud for circular containing full Inform tlon and
reliable testimonial. By mall, prepaid, 50 cents a
packug damps received, hold by all wholesale
snd re Mil dmeirlsta. KLY'8 1 UKAM BALM CO.,
Oweno, Sew Y.rk.
GOOD Canvassers WANTED 1
We offer rure nditceme .t to
good ajents. Ev
d 'sires permanent
ery reader of th paper who
work and 'arge par, with a fl
iO pure cold watch
presented free, should tend at
once fur onr large
handle of p rtiuulars taree
supply f sa pie
sentfr.-e. Adlr.'ss WAHIN
I.NU a. Charlotte, Mich
I have a pmriUvs nmedjr for the above disease ; by its
ne thontnnds of cases of the worst kind nd of on
standing have bom cured. Indeed. o strong is nr
f.Mth initsfllcacy,tht I will send TWO BOTTLES
I'RfcK, toKetiiar with a V ALUA BLR THKATIBK on
this disease, to any sufferer. Grvs express and P. O.
address. Da. T. A. 8LOCU M. 11 lWau.Now York
Ul CrVIUV "rote's Greece 3."0: Mac-
llLLJXVltl uiya numand.
Ai.lkJ4.UW X Green s England, II 75;
Schiller's Thirty Years' War, 40c; Creasey's Fif
teen Leclsive BUtles, 40c. ; Cnrlvle'e French Rev
olution, H Geen, fctilller, Creasy audcariyle
in one. $150; Ketiriclt's Ancient Egypt, fl: Rol
tin's Ancieut tll-tory, $t ,V); Krolssart's Chron
icler, $1.2'). Catalogne &").HO volumes free.
JOHN B. ALDKN, fublUher.
P.O. Box 1227. 18 Veey St., New York
I CURE FITS!
When I say euro I do not mean merely to sVp tiiera
for a time and then have them return arain, I mean a
rndi -M cure. 1 have made the disease of 1? ITS, ErL
t Lnuo.tn But t.'n mti viiuu - l . r i
1 warrant my remedy to cure the wont osaes.
other ham failed ia no reason for notnowreeeivinaa
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