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The Daily Bulletin.
NEW YORK FA8HIONS.
SVXNIHQ C08TCMK8 HOLIDAY TOILETTB8
DAKCIHO OUTHTS- JAUCABT KOTBS-SO-CIETT
As a speciul benediction to a pretty neck,
we And the low corsage revived once more,
and as after a famine one looks for a feast,
so now that Fashiou penults it, there are
few pretty necks not on exhibition. A
choice between the round and the square
low is given, but as the former requires
positive perfection ss to bhoulders, the lat
ter is seen most frequently. A cunning de
vice, however, is that of filling in with
tulle or gauze, and mny a neck which
would do anything but ere lit to the owner,
when thus becomingly veiled yet half ex
hibited, takes on a transformation of adora
bleness. Adolpbus while worshiping that
neck, sees the arms of his Divinity showing
dimly likewise through gauzy veilings got
ten up to match, and thus beclouded they
doubtless likewiee seem all that arms ought
to be. A stout chapprone .is likely to pos
sess a prettier neck and arm than the deb
utante, but a frowning society might shrug
its many shoulders if they were shown too
pi .inly, so here sgain is an opportunity for
coverings of gossamer, but fine lace, wheth
er black or white, does frequent duty here,
because less spt te give increase of ampli
tude. Many ball dresses have been made
entirely of tulle or guze, but striking com
binations are produced by velvet, while a
low velvet basque with the remainder of di
aphanous ma-erial is greatly in favor.
Mrs. Wm. Astor wore at a holiday re
ception a dress of dark Titian red brocade
and satin encircled with fine colored em
broidery to match, the front skirt of satin
gathered with deep cording and bows of
ribbons half way across and bands of em
broidery set on lengthwise. A gathered
plastron on the high corsage, full bro
caded train, brocaded pnniers and elbow
sleeves. Mrs. Paran Stereos, a costume of
maroon velvet, the front snd sides of rich
self-colored brocaded velvet cut in slopes
at the lower end, and with a fringe of
chenille loops falling over a plaiting of
plain velvet. A plalo velvet train ; corsage
high with vest of satin plaited and pro
longed to form panier draperies that meet
the train. Miss Caroline Astor, pale pink
reppad silk, conge with long pointed front
and basque at the back. Sleeves plain to
he elbow, sod finished with lace and a gar
net velvet rosette. The front and sides em
broidered in garnet; embroidery to match
in a narrow vest on the corsage; bouffant
skirt drapery of repped silk with panier
sides, the lower edge trimmed with alter
nate flounces of white lace and silk. Mrs.
Cyrus W. Field, a black vslvet made with
bouffant train, the front covered with deep
black Spanish lace flounces, which is also
inwrought with the folds of the train.
Miss Catherine Wolfe, a dark blue velvet
with overdress of creamy lace and pearl em
broidery, forming an exquisite tablier
a preference is given to short dresses, and
here, while the fabric is general is not so
neb, there are beautiful effects brougt
by gauzes and tulle, draped with skill and
occasionally caught by a bouquet of
flowers. A young daughter of Mrs. Wm.
11. Yanderbilt wore a beautiful lace dress,
the front composed of successive rows,
while the bouffant back drapery was of
spangled tulle caught with lace rosettes.
The bodice low, square, and short sleeves,
as this young lady has a very pretty arm
and neck. Her elder sister, Mrs. Seward
Webb, at the same entertainment, wore a
dress of red satin with overdress of black
Spanish lace, and this lovely outfit gives
the keynote to what is quite a feature this
winter colored satin under white or black
lace. Miss Aspinwall (a beautiful blonde)
wore on a similar occasion, a dress of pale
blue satin under white lace, while ber sister
speared in ruby silk united with embroid
ery and white tulle.
The fur cspe is sometimes mads with
prolonged ends which upon occasion can be
hooked backwards so as to form a muff
Orange color, while too pronounced to be
very general, is often seen, and reception
drsss worn by a protegee of Mrs. A. T.
Stewart was made with an orange colored
basque and oversklrt with white Sicilienne
petticoat. -Some ladies who wish to dis
play slender wrists continue to wear a
close-fitting glove. "Prayer rugs" are now
fashionable presents; the devote being sup
posed to kneel on a squire in the centre.
Sales of Hereford's Baking Powder for
the last y eir have keen immense. - Some of
the most beautiful combinations as to color
have been of pale green united with dark
forest. White surah and white csshmeie
make a pretty evening toilette.
Miss Catherine Wolfe, who figures!
largely in New York and Newport society,
is nearly related to the Lorllards, her
mother having been a Miss Lorilard. She
has received innumerable offers of marriage,
but declines them all, possibly .with the
Idei that her immense fortune may be a
motive. She is a pillar of Grace Church,
giving much to that very wealthy corpora
tion, but a still greater amount in private
charities. As an idea of how much is given
in New York, I may add that Grace Church
during the last year gave away at the rate
of 12500 per week. Leer Caetib.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING
Dr. Eggleston's paper in the January
Century, ou "Husbandry in Colony
Times," is one of the . most important
and interesting in bis series of histori
cal sketches. Of rice culture, he says
"Tho destiny of South Carolina was
changed by a sius;le lucky experiment.
In WM, when tho colony was more
than thirty years old, the pioneers were
still engaged in buying furs from tho
Indians, extracting rosin, tar, and tur-
tontine from tho pines, (tutting timber
or shipment, and growing slender har
vests of grain on tho light soil along
tho coast. Attempts hnd already been
made to grow indigo, ginger, and cot
ton; but tnese had not answered expec
tation. A small and unprofitable kind
of rice had also boon tried in 1GW.
But ono Thomas Smith thought that a
patch of wet land at the back of his
garden in Charleston resembled the
soil he had seen bearing rico in Mada-
fascar. It chanced in 196. that a
rigantine from that island anchored
in distress near Sullivan's Island, and
the captain, an old friend of this enter
prising Thomas Smith, was able to fur
nish him a bag of Madagascar rice suit
able for seed. It grew luxuriantly in
the wet corner of the garden, and the
seed from this little harvest was widely
distributed. In three or four years the
art of husking the rice was " learned.
African slaves were easily procured in
the West Indies, and the face of socie
ty in tho young State was presently
changed. South Carolina became a
land of great planters and of a multi
tude of toiling negroes. Smith was
raised to the rank of laudgrave, and
made governor of tho colony three
years alter the success of his rice-patch.
The new grain was at first grown on
uplands; but the planters afterward
discovered that the neglected awainps
were more congenial and less exhausti
ble. The cruelly hard labor of pepara
ting the grains from the adhering husks
crippled the strength and even checked
tho increase of the negroes; but in tho
years just preceding" the Revolution
this task came to be performed with
mills driven by tho force of the incom
ing and outgoing tides, or turned by
horses or oxen. A hundred and forty
thousand barrels of Carolina rice, of
four or five hundred weight apiece,
were annually exported before the war
of independence .Through the example
of a governor of Georgia, the culture of
rice spread into that colony, and com
pleted the ruin of the silk business."
A Jnpnnee Dinner.
A correspondent hrtving dinod sump
tuously with a distinguished Japanese
in Japan, thus describes the banquet:
"It seems that there had been a special
effort to make the nii-ai as American as
jrf)9sible in my honor, and so an enu
meration of the dishes is not a fair ex
ample of Japanese dint, which is really
so simple that it does not afford f-uili-cient
nourishment for a tourist, from
Europe or America. Here Is a some
what comprehensive 114 of the dishes,
made out with the assistance of my
friend's memory, and an occasional
draught upon my fertile imagination:
A soup, unfathomable, incomprehen
sible, intangible; all kinds of fish, from
fried sea serpent to a boiled whale; four
varieties of sea weed, that seemed to
have antipathy for the bumun stomach,
and writned in their journey to the
mouth; green ginger, prawns, fish cake.
alleged pounded chicken, chestnuts,
sweet potatoes, rice, mushrooms, r.ee,
lily seeds, plums, rice, some salads that
defy classification or analysis, and rice;
also some rice. But pray do not smack
your lips or labor under the delusion
that my appetite was appeased. It
was not. The sakl was served hot,
cups of the liquid beinr placed about a
foot in front of us on the floor. There
did not appear to be that chasm be
tween our host and his attendants
which is so common in the United
States. . The extravagant obeisances
aud smiling protestations produced the
impression of familiarity. As for the
etiquette governing the whole meal, it
was too complicated to justify any at
tempt at description. The hardest pnrt
of the entertainment was the constant
struggle in search of a comfortable
place for bestowing my arms aud le;:s,
since the meal was a very protracted
one. This difficulty was helped, how
ever, by tho strolls in the garden and
smoking at intervals which occurred
between the courses."
How Pitch Propowd.
The story about A. T. Stewart's lirt
love and how he wou her from "Gafl'or
Clinch, the ship builder," reniiuds us
of the way in which General Sherman
answered Mr. Fitch when he addressed
Miss Minnie. He was then only a
young assistant engineer (a position
equal to ensign in the line); but love
laughs at locksmiths, rank and fortune,
and he was so thoroughly in love he
took himself to the general without
hesitation, and asked permission to ad
dress his daughter.
"Want to marry my daughter, do
you? God bless my soul! What do
you want to do that for?"
Mr. Fitch modestly urged his affec
tion, adding the pleas usual to such oc
casions. The general sat thinking, his face al
ternately softening aud frowning as he
thought of his daughter and tho pre
sumptuous youth who wanted to take
hor away from home and kindred. Sud
denly he turned on his audience of ono
and sternly asked you can imagine
how ho did it:
"Young man! what cnu you do?"
"Make an engine and put it together
as well as any man in the country!"
He almost shouted in answer, for ho
was nervous and feared a refusal.
"Good!" said tho general. "You
can have her, my boy. ' Washington
Coal Oil or Petroleum may be very nice
for illuminating or lubricating purposes,
but aurely it is not the proper thing to cure
a cough with. Dr. BuHi Cough Syrup it
looked upon as the standard Cough remedy,
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25 cents par box. For sain by Barclay
W a tt. .
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
ia rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasaut to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Birclay Bros.(2)
If Lit up by Fine Teeth '
the plainest face becomes attractive. Al
though ordinary dentifrices proves ineffect
ual to whiten snd improve the health ol
the teeth, BOZODONT is adequate to the
tusk and does it thoroughly, besides ban
ishing from the breath an offensive smell.
Teeth strengthened snd purified by SOZO
DONT are not only whiter but chew, bet
ter than others. As the teeth improve
through its use, esting becomes a delightful
indulgence instead of a penalty.
82,500 versus $1.50.
"I spent $2,500 with other doctors
writes Mr. J. W. Thornton, of Caliborn.
Miss., "Samaritan Nervine however alone
cured my son of fits." This is a par with
hundreds of others, speedy but thorough.
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Irou
Mountain and Southern Railway, Tt xas and
Pacific Railway and International aud
Great Northern Ruilnrnd, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1888 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Towssesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
A Texerj Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were be a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uning Dr. Kind's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles giveu away at B'tclay Bros'
drug store. (2)
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN fe SURGEON.
Special attention paid tt !h 11 u.eopathtc treat
ment of aarglral dlnenang, and dieeaee of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposite the Pot
office, Cairo, 111.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOB, KLECTBO-VAPOH and MBD1CATKD
A. lady In attendance.
W. C. JO'JELYH,
urru g-Kignth street, near coron erciai Avenue
T-vTJ v TP wniTtnmr
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Ornci No. 138 Commercial
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A venn e, between
"CITY QJJN STORE"
Oldest in tie city; established in 1862.
Com'l Ave., between Vtb and 10th St.
MANUFACTURER A DEA.LBR IN ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all descr'pMons always on band al
General repairing In all kinds or metals. Key
of all descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Uive me a call, and he convinced for
yourself, at the gu of tbe "BIG UU.N."
Proprietor, Cairo. Ill
A New snd Complete Hotel, fronting o
Second and Railroad 8treetf,
Tna ras-cnger uopoi or the Chlrsco,
. St. Lonii
and ,ew Orleans: Illinois Central: waharb. Ht.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and tfoutliiirn,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. I.nni Hniiwava
are all Just acros tho street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is but one square distant.
This Hotel I heated by steam, haa steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hell.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure alt,
pertect sewerage and complete appoiutmeuts.
Biperb ratuisUlBR; perfect aervtce; and an an
axor lied table.
L.. V. PAIvHKRs UO Xjm
AMY JO, 1884.
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig &
Relieved and cured nlihnnt anri.iri.l
.L,UF,.. - - r -... 4i ... uoioiiuuu IIIMll .SHUT VI . U. A.
r.,?5! yWm- 1 from abroad can receive traatment and leave for home same ( ay. Rap
ture and triiH.e caue lumbago, kldne and bladder affoctlona, affict the nervous ayatcm. Impair
""' j"""1 M '"P0?!"!! tl" lPl'Wi i'lmmti. All the. troubles removed and
Fsl ?'iD a ro"'rea h? Br Sherman' treatment. Book, with continuous indoraemuuts for
tne past thirtv-llve veara from nhvaii'lana-marrhant-i .!... ......... i...... .j .......- i. i
tared, mailed for ten cents. One Smvthe, o! the
ness orcured nattents In Dr. Sherman' lllnatratad pamphlet, hired men to personate them, and pub
l hes them as patients to be cured. Tbi bold fraud to dupe the afflicte is fully exposed In an illu
triited circular which It sent to an one who write for It. rtluee the reduction of term patlon are
ualiy coming from ail part of the country for treatment. Dav of consultation at New Vork niBre 2M
dally coming from ail part of the country for treatment.
Hroadway. Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
ou Jame (fiver Va., In a north
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
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Claremont, Virginia. '
For Many .Seasons.
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other external remedies. Prompt, hltthlr medici
nal. 25 cents.
I have a ponitire remedy for the above disease ; by it
use thooaanda of eeaee ol the worst' kind and of long
standing have been cured. Indeed. so atrongis mr
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I CURE FITS!
Whn I say cttre I do not mean merely to (top them
for a time and then have them v-itnm e.J.ri. I mean t
mdii-alcnre. thave made thediaeaaeof tfTS, KPI-
LKPSV OB FALLING I
a life-long at udjr.
others have failed ia no reaaon tat not now recehnng a
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1 warrant t
t my remedy to om the worst eaaee. Because
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AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
; Organized December, 1883, Under the
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the laws of 1872.
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WM. SRATT N....
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C. VV. ODNNI0 ,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
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J. A. Goliletlne, ofUoldntin ft Rosenwater, whole
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Sollee-, haa oren lunger tiiKdned In the trtmt
ment of Chronic. Nervom, Nltm and
Hlood Dlsensea than anv other nliV-ielftU In
fit. Louis, as city vl'" ohew Hint a(l old resi
dents know. ( en. n'tat'.on t nttlreor by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or Ills opinion
coats nothing. When It lsliicoiivf.iii.-nt tovlslt
the city .or treatment, medli'lne. enn he sent
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guarantd; where doubt exists 11 Itfraukly
Mated. Call or Write.
Kervons Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
ttons, Old Sores a?d Ulcers, Impe limnnts to
Marriagu, Ehuumatism, Piles. Special
attention to ease from over-wot-lred brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive speoial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesss
Indnlgnncoa or Exposursi.
It t self-evident that a nlivlelau Baying
particular attention to achi ntraivs attains
great skill, and physicians In regular practice
ait over tne country knowing ini. rrcqtietwiy
recommend easesto the oldest i.niee in Atnertca,
where every known appliance la resorted to,
and tbe proved iroorl rtndita of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house I'
uwd forofllee purnones, and all are treated with
kill In a respect rnl nisuner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. On ac
count of the great number nnplylng. the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is
demanded by others If tou secure the skl'J
and get a speedy and perfect lite cure, that Is
the Important matter. l'iiiililol, 36 puges,
aent to any address free.
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Mercury ha pro luced more misery snd made
more erluples than war, pestilence and famine
combined. If you have anv blood disease or skin
humor It t vuor duty to yourself and oosterltv to
taae the only vegetable cure, which Is Swift's
Swift's Specific ha relieved me of Malarial
Blood Poison after I had been confined to the
honse for five mouth aud b.dbeen dosed With
blue mass, calomel and other poisonous drugs
until was in despair Swift's Specific le the
remedvfor this kind of blood oolson.
CM. CLARK, Agt. Southern Life Ins Co.
I have been using for a mouth or two In my
household, swift's specific (S. S. 8.) tho great por
tion of it having been cousumud br the female
portion i.f my family, and with the happiest re
sults. It acted II ie a charm on my wife, who had
been In had health for longtime, and for whom
I have paid hundred of dollars for doctors and
medicines. li bev;sn to build her up from the first
dose. Another femsle member of my family took
it with equally sati-fn tiiry result It Is certain
ly tbe bent tonic for del Inn te ladies that I have ever
used, and I navetrl.d thein all. I have no doubt
thatwsut of eternise, close confinement In poorly
vemilsted houses, sewer gas poiron and malarial
poison often produce sickness among our wives,
daughters ud sisters, tnd I believe Swift
Sped lie 1 the remedv for all thl sort of bl.iod
pot onlng. F. L. 1 ON r.8. J P Quitman, tta.
TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For twentv rcare I have Buffered from a r.ancar nn
tbe aide of my neck near the shoulder and exbaue
ted the whole catalogue ol rvuiodles without any
relief. Tbe cancer crowing worse all the time, the
whole spper part of my body became stiff and mil
of pain. I bad virtually lost the nse of both arm,
my general health had broken down and I ssw it
waa only a qnesttnn of time when life It-elf would
be deatroved. In this condition I comtniueed the
meof Swift's Specific. Tbe first hot lie relieved
B of the stiffness In the neck, the second gave me
fierfect us of my arm, and I feel strong and well
n every wsy. I am a poor man hut I would not
tak,0O) for the good 1 have experienced with.
Swift's Specific. I believe tt will force out all the
polaon and cared me,
W. H. ROBISON, Davtnboro, Ga.
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