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band stamp for tie "New Departure In Medi
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Loss and Oaln.
"I wi taken lick a year ago
With bllloui fever."
'My doctor pronounced me cured, but I
got sick again, with terrible palm in my
back and sides, and I got so bad I
Could Dot move!
I shrunk I
From 228 lbs. to 1201 I had been doc
torinir. for my liver, but it did me no good.
I did not expect to live more than tbret
months. I began to use Hop Bitters. Di
rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, tiy entire system seemed renewed as
if by magic, and alter using several bottles
I am not only as Bound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my life."
Dublin, June C, '81. R.Fitzpatrick.
Maiden. Maai., Feb, 1, 1880. Gentlemen
' I suffered with attacks of lick headache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most tumble and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
"The first bottle
Nearly cured me j"
The second made me as well and strong
as whan a child,
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an .invalid for twenty
years with a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best physi
cians "Incurable 1"
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know of the
"Lives of eight persons"
In ray neighborhood that have been
laved by your bitters,
And many more are using them with
Do miracles I" Mrs. E. D. Slack.
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night ; eat too much witbout exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums adver
tised, and then you will want to know bow
to got well, which is answered in three
words take Hop Bitters f
Boot & Shoe
lo. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- 5th & 6th m.,
Just' received a fulll .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which ha will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
eomprlioi the beat of ST. LOUIS HAND MADS
Btffl of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHILDREN'S SHOES, and -QENT8' RUB
BER BOOTB and 8H088. H
flr We also make to order anything In onr line
Ttae beat material and workmanship.
The Daily Bulletin.
At a recent meeting the county bosrd
appointed Mr. Angus Leek as states attor
ney to rill the unexpired term of Mr. J. M.
Damron. The board'a action will be com
mended by the public generally. Mr. Leuk
is one of the ablest and most energetic
young attorneys in the city, one upon
whom those whodesire an honest adruinistra
tion of tbe duties ef the office can fully
rely. There will be no more nollea for
money considerations, no more comprom
ises between thieves and the man who is
paid by the people to prosecute them, no
more persecutions of men guilty of insig
nificant offenses because they cannot or will
not acceed to the demands of a dishonest,
rapacious public prosecutor as was tbe
case for the sereral years of the Dararon
regime. . .
The latest innovation in the art of
painting is known as "Kensington paint
ing," the term being taken from "Kensing
ton stitching," which is known to ladies
generally. Tbe painting resembles the
stitching very much, and the chief charac
teristic is, that velvet or velveteen is used
instead of wood, paper, glass, etc. Mrs. N.
B. Tbistlewood was probably the first to
introduce this new feature in painting in
this city. She has executed several very
fine specimens upon black velveteen, one
ot which is a large picture, perhaps twenty
by thirty-six inches in dimensions, repre
senting a cluster of wild roses, among
which a pair of canary birds seem to be
flirting; and it certainly gives evidence ef
much good judgment, taste and skill. Mrs.
Tbistlewood has made an effort to form a
class in baad painting, to be instructed by
herself, and she has succeeded beyond her
expectations. It is, perhaps, not rash
prediction, that the moat admired orna
ments of the future homes in this city, at
least will be beautiful specimens of paint
ing, etc., executed by tbe wife, mother or
daughter in the hours of leisure.
The site for the proposed marine hos
pital is not to be raised, as reported. Tbe
building will be put up eight feet above
the present legal grade of the city, so that,
if in future tbe city shall be filled up, tbe
hospital may be at the proper grade. Tbe
hospital site is some of the highest natural
ground in the city, excepting the ridges, of
course, and much of it is up to tbe grade of
the avenues where filled. The fact that the
surzeon-general desires the building put
up to "high grade," indicates that be be
lieves "high grade" in Cairo to be desira
ble, practicaole and a probable reality of
the not distant future. The surgeon-general
expects the sum appropriated to suf
fice for the completion of the building,
though in case the city grade should be
raised an additional appropriation would
be asked for and obtained for filling the
hospital grounds up to the new grade.
Tbe coet of raising the grounds a pro
posed, deducting the space occupied by
the buildings under each of which base
ments would, of course, be left, would be
probably five or six thousand dollars. The
plans ot the buildings have not yet been
forwarded here; but the buildings will
probably be four or five in number two of
brick, for the officials, kitchen, etc., and
two or thiee wards of frame something af
ter tbe general plans ot the marine hospit
als in all parts of the country. At Mem
phis there are three buildings, one of
brick and two frame wards, which are so
placed that two more may be added when
necossary. Cairo's marine hospital busi
ness has always been much greater than
that of Memphis, larger even than that of
St. Louis or New Orleans; hence it is safe
to expect that the hospital here will com
prise five buildings, which would be no
more than they have at New Orleans. The
wards are to be built of frame, in order that
tbeymay be easily taken down and re
placed after ten or fifteen years of use, when
they may have becotre infected with dis
ease. The work is to be done by contract,
and bids will probably be advertise! for
soon. It is tbe intention to complete the
buildings by next fall.
This play, as presented by the "Jolly
Pathfinders," is excessively amusing, and,
wbat is not generally the case with dramas
written to amuse only, it contains a very
clearly defined plot, and is full of vim
The special senate committee which
passed through this city several months
ago to inspect the government work along
the Mississippi river has just made its re
port at Washington. Tbe committee con
sisted of Senator Logan, Chairman; Sena
tor Jones (Nevada), Sawyer, Jonas and
Walker. They met in Chicago October 27,
and all were present except Senator Jones.
It was decided to begin the work of inves
tigation at Rock Island, sad testimony was
accordingly taken at that place, Burling
ton, Keokuk, Qumcy, Alton, St. Louis,
Cairo, Memphis, Helena, Greenville, Vicks
burg, Lake Providence, St. Joseph, Nat
chec and New Orleans. In addition to
this testimony the committee reports that
it was assisted in its investigation by the
engineers in charge of the work in the var
ious districts visited, who came on board
the boat on which the committee made
its trip of inspection, and pointed out and
explained the features of the work under
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY
their control; besides this the committee
reports having made landings at all points
where important works were in progress or
already completed, and having made a
thorough examination' of their character,
extent and value.
Tbe recommendations of the committee
in brief unite with the commission in the
recommendations made in tbe late report
to the Secretary of War, that provision be
made by law for the appropriation, by
suitable proceedings, of the land and ma
terial necessary tor any work on the Mis.
aissippi river improvement undertaken by
tbe government, that tbe right of the gov
ernment for free use, for annual improve
ment, of material found on the bars and
islands within the river bank be distinctly
declared and defined; that provision be
made by the government for retaining con
trol over the areas of land reclaimed and
built up from the river. Also that provi
sion be made for tbe punishment of per
sons making, or assisting to make, any
cut off of any neck or point in tbe river, or
in anyway interfering, without authority et
law, with its channels or any work of im
provement projected by tbe government.
In conclusion the report says: "Your
committee has not deemed it withiu
tbe province of their mission to pass
upon the merits of the engineering plans
now in process of execution on the Miss
issippi river. In view, however, of the
good work already done, and the manifest
results achieved and the reasonable hopes
of further benefits to be derived from thorn
by general navigation, commerce and trade
it is recommended that $1,000,000 be ap
propriated for tbe improvement of the
river between' Cairo and the mouth of the
Illinois, and $1,000,000 between the mouth
of tbe Illinois and St. Paul, and for the
improvement of tbe river between Cairo
and the head puses such a sum of money
as has been named by the Mississippi river
commission in its report to the secretary of
war, now before the senate, as being neces
sary tor tbe further prosecution of the
work going on in that district under their
supervision. It further recommends that
these, as well as all further appropriations
for the improvement of the Mississippi, be
made the subject of s bill separate and
distinct from the one embodying tbe gen
eral appropriations for rivera and harbors.
AT THE PBHSBTTIKIAS CHUtCH, FRIDAY,
PROGRAMME. PART I.
1. Violin Solo Flower Song. . . .Longe.
Mr. Charles Frank.
2. Song Some Day Willlngs
juibs juamie uoruss.
I. Ballad The Old Kitchen Clock. ..
4. Song Welcome, Pretty Primrose,
Miss Mamie Wilson. .
3. Duett Beautiful Venice Knight
mssuara kodoiqs and Mr. tfutler.
. 8ong Sweet Violet Emmett
Miss Effie Coleman
7. Scotch Ballads-Robin Adair Within i
Mite of Ecbenboro Town, Bonnie Dundee.
Mrs. J. M. Lansden
1. Ballad Janette J. R.Thomas
2. -Ballad Miss Clara Robbins
3. Ballad-Old Oaken Bucket
. Song-It was a Dream, ,,
J1- I Ballad-Annie Lauree, Cowen
5. Duet Long, Long Ago. . . May wood
Horn, Mrs. Parson;
Claironette, Mr. O. Parson.
6. Ballad Kathleen Mavourneen.
Miss Mamie Corliss.
W. F. Laxbdih, mer editor ol fua Bclliti
and iteamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 7Z Ohio levee.
STASES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 23 feet 10 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan. 17. River 13 feet 11
incbea and rising.
Cincinnati, Jan. 17. River 23 feet 8
inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 17. River 9 feet 7
inchee and riling.
NaBbville, Jan. 17. River 81 feet 11 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Jan. 17. River 5 feet 11 inch
es and falling.
8t Louis, Jan 17. River 12 feet 8 inch
es and rising.
The Henry A. Tyler left for Memphis
last night. She received about 200 tons
of freight here and also took tbe mail.
The David R. Powell commenced receiv
ing freight for New Orleans yesterday and
will teave to-morrow evening.
Sol Silver, passenger agent of the
Anchor Line, returned from his farm near
Villa Ridge yeaterday and is again on
We may expect the heaviest ice of the
season, probably' this evening, which is
caused by the breaking up in the Wabash.
Tbe Evansville packet Hopkins has laid up
at Paducah until the gorge passes. ,
We are sorry to hear that Capt. Lew
Kates, of the sunken Will Kyle, is ennj
fined at home with rheumatism. -
Tbe Ella Kimbrough leaves to-morrow
for Memphis. Lem H. Hili, formerly
chief scribe of the Henry Tyler, tskes
The Thos. Sherlock for New Orleans and
the Vint Shlnkle for Memphis both left
Cincinnati Wednesday evening for their
respective destinations as there is lots of
freight above here, they will likely r
rive here losded.
The My Choice with barges in tow drop
ped down to tbe warehouse yesterday even
ing: to take on several thousand sacks of
corn, hay, oats, etc.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
will report here early this morning for Cin
cinnati. The Ohio, Cumberland, Wabash and
Tenneasee rivers are itill rising.
The R. R. Springer left New Orleans
Wednesday evening lor Cincinnati.
Next week the Nashville packets will
come through if another cold v ave don't
The Andy Baum will leave Memphis for
Cincinnati this evening.
Bill Pell has gone to the wheel on board
the My Choice.
The dus Fowler reported as usual yester
day and left on time for Padurah.
The Chas. Morgan arrived at Ciacinnati
yssterday. She had a long seige of it but
get through all right.
A Doubtful Kiiu ml or.
All hl fanner in New Jersey, better
kaowu as Now Sjctin, was recently
elected a school cmnmias'.onor. '
Tho new :iiilit Hut for the position
ui:nle a favorable impiCMiion on the.
old I'eutleinau ami became duly in
stalled as teacher.
At the. clone of tho first week's school
under the new head, tho old man was
making a critical examination ot a
coinpo.s.tion which had been read by
his daughter, when be came across the
the word mosquito.
"What does that word mean?'
demanded of his daughter.
"Mosquito?" she said. "Why,
know wiiiit mosquito means."
"iskeeter, ami is that what it
uhouted the old farmer. "Well,
don't sro to that school no more. I
won't have no darter of mine teaehed
by u man who spells skeeter with an.
ni.'" 1'hiiiii Ltiiun Vail.
"Indian Department," Washington, D.
C. I am anxious to introduce Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup among my Indians, having
nsed it myself for several months, and
think it oue of the finest remedies I ever
found. I assure you, it is the only thing
that ever relieved me of a protracted
cough brought on by exposure while on
the Sioux Commission last year.
A. Q. Boone,
Agent for Poncas and TJ. S. Commissioner.
W. STRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. MUsoarl.
STKATT0N & BIRD,
No. 67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'.l.
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(barmen's system. Pattern from abroad cud receive trdatraont and letve for home eumu i.ay. Rnp
tare and trun.ee cause lumbago, kidney and, bladder alfrrtloot, affect thn norvoua oyaiirn, impair
mtmbood and brinij on iinpotencr and otoor deploraiile allmnt. All then troubles removed and
primitive aouadnena reatored by Dr. herraan'l treatment Book, with continuous indorsement! for
the past thirty-five years from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmer ami others who have been
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nets of enred patients In Dr. Sherman's Illustrated pamphlets, nlred men to personate them, and pab
llnbes them as patients to be enred. This bold frand to dope tae atSUcte i Is fully exposed In an illna
trnted circular which If aent to n oue who writes for It. Since the reduction of terms patien'f ara
daily coming from al parts of the country for treatmeut. Day of consultation at New York office, 251
Broadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
on James Hlver Va., in a north
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
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For Many Reasons.
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I have a po itive remedy for tbeabove disease ; by 1U
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P.O. Box 1237. 18 Veey St., Sew Tork
( CURE FITS!
When I sa? cure ldonnt mean merely to atop them
for a time and then bavetbem return araU.I mean a
radical oore. Ihave mads thsdiseaaeof irT8,Krl-
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others have tailed is no reason lor not now reoeivinf a
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They are In every war far superior to the many
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They are tne neatest, moat d arable and reqalre'tesa
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131 ood DIst.iTt tlixn any dllu r pin slrluu In
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Wnrrons Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Vealtneng, Mercurial and other
affeotlona of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impnritiei and Blood Poisonin?, Skin Affec
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Marriage, Rheumatism, Pilei. Special
attention to cages, from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoewe
Indulgenc38 or Exposure.
It Is self-evident that a pli volclnn parlng
parttcuiar attention to a elms oi'eaies attains
great skill, and phyaiclsin In regular pravllro
all over the rountry knowing this, freinently
reeommend CHestn the olrleM cilice in Ani'Tloa,
where every known si fllunce Is resorted to.
anil the proved jnnd remedies of all
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need tor office purKi-s, and all are trented with
skill In a respectful manner; end, knowing
what to do. no experiments fire uiade. on ac
count of the great number applylna. the
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and get a fleeiiy and perfect liia cure, thatl
the Important ruattur. i'linplilel, SO poget,
sent to any address free.
puTtfs. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Elegant cloth and gilt liliidlng. Seated for 30
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derful pen picture, true Ik life srtlcleon the
following siinlects. Vlminii marry, who not;
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aiihorNl, WoiuniihrKiil. Physical decav. Who
Jhould iiianv. H' lift' ami happiness tuny be
ncre.aed. Those married or eonieuiplatlna;
tnnrrvlng aliould read It. ft ought to be read
Ot all adult iH-rsime, then kept under lock and
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10 PARKNT8 AJfU OTIIKH3 IHE OIIPIUMS'
We have had a groat Improvement In tbe health
of ourchildreu by the useof Swift's ttpeciil'.. W
bad among tbe children some who had scrofula
notably one case in which il was
We fret some of Swift's Specific, and gave it to this
case, and in a short while It was cured sound and
well. It was as had a cao, I think, as I ever saw,
snd had been nnder excellent physicians with no
permanent bcniflt. We have heen glvlnelt to all
the children as a health tonic. We Lave four chil
dren ana one seamstress who. for years, have suf
fered intensely every spring w th erysipelas, and
though they bad been taking Swift's Specltlc only .
In small doses aa a health tonic. th,. n. withnnt
exception, parsed throm-h this spring without a
hiuuu ui me compiami.
A young lady of the Institution, who has been
with us for years, has been troubled with a most
aggravated ra-b aver alnce she waa a child. Khe
tried all the known remedies that are prescribed
lor tt with no benefit; but she has been cured by
taking Swift's Specific, and has bad no return of
It Is such an excellent tonic, a- d keeps tbe blood
so pare, that ihe system is loss liable to contract
disease. All of the teachers and children w bo ar
old enough to know agree with me lu believing it
Is the greatest medlriuo known. 41 v faith la it la
unbounded, and I and my assistants take great
pleasure in recommending It to every one. lean
atall times be found at the Home, and will take
pleaeire In seeing or corresponding with any who
Is Interested in the remedy.
Jtev.l B. PAINE, Orphans' Home,
Onr treatise oa Blood and Hktn Diseases mailed
free to applicant. TBS swirr SPECIFIC CO.,
vniwcr a, auuiu, us