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f ho Weak and the Impure.
The merry little mountain brook,
-as it lightly dances over the rocks
ami sprkles in the sunshine on its
way down to the river, is pure and
clean. It is active ; therefore, it is
healthy, It is vigorous ; therefore,
it resists impurity.
But the sluggish pool, where the
current is not strong enough to
keep the water in motion, is stag
nant and foul. Dirt and rubbish
are thrown into it, and stay there. .
Impurities and vile odors make it
a breeder of disease and an object
to be avoided.
When the blood is strong and rich
and red, and vigorously courses its
accustomed rounds through arte
ries and veins, the system is hearty
When the blood is thin and poor
and weak, impurities and defile
ments creep into it, and it has no
strength to cast them out. Then
the system runs down.
Brown's Iron Bitters contains the
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; and MALARIA.
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isrilon of body or mind, Eraetailon
of food, Irritability of temper. Low
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aome dntjr, nixzluess, Flattering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly col
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"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
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ot fever. A charming resolvent and a matchless
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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOHN1NU, JANUARY. 23, 1884.
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CURIOUS WATCH C1IAKM,
One of the Sucker Secured. ; in a
Submarine Struggle With
"That's an odd chara,'1, said a re
porter to a traveling' companion on the
New York Central Railroad.
"So It Is," was the reply, "and it has
a story," holding up a curious oval ob
ject in which was set a compass. It
formed a bowl two inches in diameter,
and was of a substance resembling fish
scales, but of rioh opal hue. . The edge
was serrated, and within them had
been placed a compass. "Ifyon didn't
know what it was," continued tbe
owner, "you'd never guess, but not to
keep you in suspense, It's the sucker of
an octopus that attacked me once. If
you remember, about four years ago
there was a rumor, to the effect that
valuable pearl fisheries had been dis
covered on the Alaska coast; in fact a
large jowelry house in New York dis
played some large pearls that it was
claimed came from that locality. It
fooled a good many, as it turned out to
be a dodge to start immigration, and
it caught me for one. I secured five
men, good divers, and started across
the continent, and got there to rind
that it was a swindle. There wasn't
a pearl within 2,000 miles, and to got
my money back I went into the regular
diving business, and after raising
several vessels we squared up and left.
"It was during one of these trips that
I got my charm. We generally went
down in pairs, but this day we were
working, on a small smack that had
sunk, and I took the urst spell down
alone, to see what was the matter with
her.. She was lying in about forty feet
of water, some -of her running gear
afloat showing where she was. We
anchored our sloop to it, put out a
mooring, and in a few moments I was
going slowly down. To feel that you
are btrapped to weights and going down
to a depth where if a blow should cut
your pipe you. would be anchored for
f ood isn't pleasant, to say . the least,
a about live minutes I reached the
dock, and as I wanted first to find out
what had hit her, I walked forward,
swinging myself round the shrouds
and ropes. I swung off and I found
that two of her planks had burst right
out. She was loaded with , pig iron,
and I rockoned the sea had jerked the
bottom out of her. Having settled this
I walked around her to the lee side,
the bottom being a hard, clear sand,
and there I easily stopped aboard and
walked toward the hatch. It was wide
open, ana as 1 stepped noar it J saw
something that I took for a roue hang
ing over the coamings. . Taking my
boat-hook I gave it a punch, and it
seemed to fall off into the hatch. One
of the main yards was banging clear,
and, taking It, I swung off and lowered
myself into the hold to see if the iron
had been covered with sand.
"Down I went, my hook in one hand
and the halyard in the other, and when
near the bottom I let go. In a second
I landed on a soft yielding mass that,
bound as I was, gave me a sickening
sensation. It moved from under 1110,
and in a moment I seemed to be sur
rounded by the flying arms of some
hideous creature. They clasped my
legs, wound around my body, and fast
ened about my helmet, gradually draw
ing me down and horrifying me 60 that
for a moment I was utterly powerless.
But at the first alarm I had given the
signal to draw me up, and having a
large knife fastened at my waist, I at
tacked the monster, cutting it any
where that I could strike. In a mo
ment the animal had lifted itself so
that its body rested against my chest,
and It seemed to be about as large as a
flour barrel, with legs extending out
front it, like the legs of a spider. I
hacked at it with the knife, my armor
preventing it from biting or cutting me,
and soon had the satisfaction of cutting
it fairly in two, so that it partly dropped
off, and I tore the remaining arms
away. I was dragged to the surface
with part ,of;it, however, clinging to
me. I was about exhausted with the
work and nervous . prostration, and if
they hadn't uucrwfd tnv helmet im
mediately I should have dropped; but
a few minutes in fresh air revived me,
and in that time I closed my career as
a diver. I don't think 1 1,000,000
would have tempted mo to go down
"And (ho charm?"
"Thin charm, as I said, was one of
iIim suckers that lined the arms, and
had ki cut into the rubber part of my
tib-vvn Unit it had been lorn from the
aniiiiiil in (lie M niggle, ami as it was
rich in color I Upt it as a curiosity.
TViicn I reached the surface the men
hauled up half the octopus with a boat
hook. 1 tell you it was a fearful sight
The arms, when stretched out on op
posite sides of the body, measured ex-
autiy twenty-seven feet from tip to tin.
On their under sides were these suck
ers, each one a shelly cup with a saw
'ike edge- Xcw York Sun,
Washington Irving relates that he
wit oure ridinar with Thomas Moore in
Taris, when the hackney-coach went
suddenly Into a rn. out of which it
came with such a jolt as to send their
heads bumping against the roof. "I
have it," criod Moore, clasping bis
nanus wun great gice. "Have wbatr
said Irving. "Why." said the poet.
."that word which I've been bunting
for six weeks to complete, uiy laM song.
That rascally driver has jolted it out of
W. P. Z.AMBOIH, river editor ot Taa Bullbtib)
snd steamboat passenner agbnt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
1TAUEB OF THB HI TEH.
Tbs river marked by the gaugs at this
port at 6 p. m. 27 feet 11 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan. 23. River 13 feat 8
Inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 33. River 31 fset 1
inch and rising.
Leuisville, Jan. 22. Rim 8 test 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 23. Rivtr 25 feet 3 in
ches and falling.
, Pittsburg, Jan. 23. River 4 fest 4 inch
es and stationary.
St Louis, Jan 23. River 11 feet 9 inch
es and rising.
No departures of steamers from Cincin
nati for the loutn since the Sherlock and
Shinkl left last Wednesday night, heavy
ice it still running and it will be several
days with mild weather before it all runs
Th W. P. Halliday commenced receiv
ing freight from the Halliday & Phillips
wharf boats yssterd ay. Sha will laava here
to-morrow evening for the south.
The R. R. Springer left Memphis Mon
day at 2 p. m. for Cincinnati. She has a
big trip and will arrive here this evening
Tha Andy Baum and Henry A.. Tyler ira
till lying at Memphis on account of heavy
Mr. John Young, a prominent steamboat
pilot, who rtiides at Hickman, Kr., arrived
her Monday evening and is now one of
tha star gazers of the James Morgan.
Tha month ef January '84 will be long
remembered by people at large and steam
boatmen in particular as the toughest win
ter month for nearly a quarter of century.
Tha Gus Fowler in defiance of cold
wtatber, ice and many other obstacles,
fought the good fight and mada her regu
lar time under tbe most trying difficulties,
besides running with loss of money. Her
enterprising owners should not be forgotten
in the future.
Just as ws are closing this column Capt.
Deem, of tbe Vint Shinkle, wires that tbe
Shinkle will arrive at midnight and leaves
early this morning for Memphis.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati was
due here yesterday for Memphis, but tha
Ohio above Prducah to Evaniville is full of
ics from bank to bank which has detained
her as well as tbs Sherlock that ia due for
Tba Guiding Star left New Orleans for
Cincinnati yesterday evening. '
Tba Mississippi at St. Louis is still fall
ing and tbe harbor still closed with ice.
Capt. James O'Neil takes command ot
Yesterday was clear and mild, a few
mors such days will put the steam
bnats all right again.
Jim Dozier, who has been mate on aome
f the government boats south is in town,
and expects to go back again in a tew days.
Capt. W. C. Tichenor, the popular and
clever commander of the Carrier, recently
sunk, and formerly master of tha Will 8.
Hays, has leased tbe Planters hotel at
Owensboro, Ey., and will open the house
on the 1st of March in "tip top" style.
At a meeting of the Cincinnati and
Memphis Packet Co., last Friday in Cin
cinnati Jas. W. Gaff resigned as director
and Capt. Wash Houshell waa elected to fill
the vacancy, but Mr. Gaff still retaina tha
position of President with Capt. R. W.
Wise as Superintendent. Tbe Ohio with
tha Buckeye State has been added to tha
Una, which now gives them six boats in
stead of four.
Tbe timely possession of a couple of bot
ties of Athlophokos enabled Rev. J. .
Sentman, St, Paris, Champaign, Co., Ohio,
to do quite a work as Good Samaritan in
bia neighborhood. He writes respecting
it: "Athlofhoroi has proved highly sat
isfactory to me. One lady who was confin
ed te her bed with Rheumatism was reliev
ed in twenty-tour hours after beginning to
take, and nas not had a return of the dis
ease. Numerous inquiries have been made
ot me for the remedy."
Small loi in WuHliinitton.
For notno y v:rn the wife of tho
IIou. K. H. Washburn, afterward
American minister Ht PhHm, was
rogardud as the possessor of the
bent shaped foot in Washington, says
Ben. l'orley Pooro in his "liemitii
scenccs" J'heu came lira. Grant, who
carried off tho palm v.etoriously und
wore No. Tit comfortably. Mrs. Bel
knap's foot ban often been referred to as
a model of beauty, atnj mi liein-r remark
ablv small for a woman of Tiur form;
ami Mrs. Architect Mulhut, who is
quite petite in form, onlv requires a
No. 12, misses' size; and Mme. Bergh-mann-Luwton,
whoi.sof medium hoignt,
wears a No. 12 1-2, misses' si,., she
has her foot-gear made at Brussels, and
bar shoemaker wroto hoi just before
tho Philadelphia centennial nuking her
fiennission to make some shoes on her
11st for exhibition, as ho regarded her
foot as not only tho smallest possessed
ny auy of his customers, but as the
aost perfectly proportioned he had
In the matter nf music the Eu-vllsh
and most other European nations" are
far behind tho Teutons. According to
tho statistics recently published, there,
are 300 towns of the German Empire
possessing orchestra and choral socie
ties that give concerts in the seasons.
A Natural Kimllcr.
The Hydrocelice gummifcrn grows in
the Falkland Islands, as well as in
Terra del Fuego, and Is known as the
"gum plant, because of a viscous
substance it exudos in large quantities;
this sap is called "balsam, and is
used by the natives of the countries
where it is found as a poultice for
wounds. liut its most important prop
erty, in their eyes, is the ease with
which it can be set on tire, even when
green and growing a matter of no
ulight consequence in regions where
rain falls five days out of every six. In
the Falkland Islands, where there are
no trees, the natives often roast their
beef over a fire of bones the very
bones of tho animal from which, but
the moment before, the meat itself
was stripped and they use the gum
plant to kindle this tire. St. Nicholas.
Better than $10,0001
"I spent over f 10,000 in 23 years," said
Major B. W. Hinas, of Boston, Mass., "in
being doctored for epilepsy. I employed
the best physicians in New Orleans, St.
Louis, N. York, Phila., Boston, London and
Paris, but all to no pnrpose. Samaritan
Nervine has cared me entirely." $1.50.
LoYliest Among the Lovely
is she who rsnsws or preserves tha beauty
of her teeth with SOZODONT, confessedly
the most effective preparation for them.
Volumes of evidence might be adduced in
support of its claim to public confidence, as
a means ef invigorating the teeth and ren
dering them pure, glistening and spotless,
and not less satisfactorily proven, is its
balmly influence upon the breath. Ask
for genuine SOZODONT, aid accept no
Adviee to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and it' .ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethl If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
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lieve the poor little sufferer immed
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and is for sale by all druggists throughout
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ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas snd
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tbe 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 the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas snd Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tbe crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townbexd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Stati or Illinois I Circuit Court or
ss. Alexander t'ountv.
Ootmrx or Alsxaudib la Chancery.
Mary Hodges, Mary Bodies, Jr., Sarah Jans
li ufljes ana Joan Alexander Bodges.
Public notice is herebr eiven that, in nnrauance
of s decree made and entered by said court In
tbe sb ive entitled cause, on the list day of Jan-
nan, a. u. 188 , 1, Alexander B. Irvin, master
In chancery of the said ctrcnlt court of Alezsnder
county, will, on
WEDNESDAY, THB 13TH DAT OF" FKBRTJA-
at the hoar of 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
at the southwesterly door of the court house In tbe
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash,
all ana singular, the following deser.bed
premises and real estate in said decree
mentioned, situate In tha countv of Alexander and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient to sstisfv said decree, to-wit: The north
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section
one il), In township sixteen (16), south and in
range two(S) west of tbe third principal meridian.
uatea, uairo, Illinois, January wo, itw.
ALKX H. IHVIN.
Master In Chancery.
Mulkey & Leek, ComptaiEant's Solicitor.
Bwlfi'a Spaclflo ia entirely a reiretable urepsra-
tlon, and ahould not be confounded with tbe Ta
rtans substitutes, Imitations, non-secret humbugs,
"Succns Alteraus," etc.. etc.. wotcn are now be'
toe manufactured by Tarluua persons. Nona of
these contain a single article which entera Into tba
composition of S. S. 8. There ta ouly one Bwift'a
8 peel tic, and there la nothing In the world like It.
Topretont dlsaater and disappointment, be sore to
get tne genome.
Swift's Specific la a complete an'ldote to Blood
Taint. Blood Polaon. Malarial Poison and Skin
Humour. J. Dickimoh Sunn. M.D., At'anta, ua
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and In Female Diseases. I touk llmyecir for car
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11. U. C. ilXnRT, jh.i;., Atlanta, im.
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business. 1 was treated by tbe ahyii'lana without
My trouble finally determined Inanabicetsof
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thnnoht i wu Him niMt ia me witnin a lew aare,
In this condition I waa advised by a friend to take
Bwtrt'a Hpecine, and I took it just aa a arowm
van would catch at a atraw, not aa aoon aa my
litem ot under tha Influence of the remedy, the
anscesa came to a point and bnrst, passing off
without pala . in MVen oaya arter tola i was op
at my work, and have altice enjored excellent
Rvery sufferer from malarial poison ahonld take
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Marshnl h- H.Mryer,
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Third Ward B. P. Hlake, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charier O. Patler, Adolpb 8 wo
fifth Ward Cnan. Lancaster. Hunry Sont.
Circuit .ttirlge O. J.Bakfr.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Inrln.
County Judee J. II. Hoblnaon.
County Clerk 8. J. Xiumro.
County Treasurer Miloa W. Parker,
Coroner It. Fitzgerald
Connly Commlssionri T. W. Hal lid ty, J. H
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30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
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TOR SALE BY
II. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111.
Stato & Monroe Sts.f Chicago
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The Ideal Caligraph.
THE PERFECT WRITiNO MACHINE.
Kvery Machine warranted. Id
j f malic paper feed, even unvaria..
jiihUOIo type oars, perfect nutO'
? l Die tcuMun, no lost motion, bev-
f elwl platen, light carriage. All
parts Interchangeable. Does tha
work of three penmen, much neaUr And mor
legible. Prices, $70.00 and $85.00,
PARKER, HITTER A CO., 420 N. M, M. Leaaa.
78 Ohio Leyee.
LLINOIS central r. r
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv .Line Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connectioh
raitris LiAVB Camo:
3:OB a m. Mta.ll.
irriviug In St. Louis l is a.m. ; Chicago, 0 :S0 p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Vfflngham for Cincin
nati, Lonisvllle. Indlanapulia and points East.
18 25 p. m. Fust - St. Louis and.
, rrivlnxlnBt. Iuls:45p. m., and eonneetlac
3:45 p.m. Fast Kxpreaa.
Kor Kt. Louis and Chicago, arriving at ft. Lovti
3:45 p.m. Cinoinnati ICxprmaa.
irrivtng at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville :M
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:06 a.m. Passengers ky
this train reach the above points IS to 36
tloURo' tn advance ot auy other route.
tar The 8:50 p.
m. expreee has PULLMAN
Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthoat
changes, and through sleepers to bt . 1Ouis and
Fast Time .East.
PtaaQPTItrPTM bT tnl' 1,ne R through to EasU
raasclIgCliS ern points witbont any delay
:anaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturdav after
loon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
nornlag at 10:85. Thirty-elz bonreln advance of
nv other route,
af For throngh tickets and further Information,
tppir at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JON KS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gn. Paaa. Agent. Chicago
R R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
0. IT. L. N.
. r. n. (Jackson route).
tMatl ....,. 4:46 a.m.
tBzpress ...... lO SOa.m,
lAccom 8:80 p.m.
ST. I. C. R. K.
Express ...8:00a m.
Kx AMail... 10 :30am.
ki press lMAa.m.
Kx. Mall. .4:10p.m.
Accom 3:00 p.m.
BT. L. I. M. K. K.
tExpresa 10:A0p.ra. I tSipress t:S0 p.m.
W., BT. fj. w P. B. B.'
Matl 4 Ei-....4.ri0a.m. I Mtl Ex.. aOp.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom 10:30a.m.
Freight --? Ms a.m. Freight 6. 4a p.m.
MOBILE A OHIO K. K.
Mall 5:56 a.m. Mall :10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep'rt
I. C. R. R.fthrouuh lock mail). t a. m.
r. v. i ra ru
" " ..ll.MOam
8 p. m.
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p. m.
" (way mall)...... 4 80p.m. I
taoumern uiv n p. m.
Iron Mountain R. R 8:8"p.m.
Webaan r. k.,.... in p. m. I
Texaa 8t. Louis K. K T p. m.
8t. Louis 4 Cairo R. R 5 p, m.
Ohio River.... a p. m.
Miss hlver arrlvoi Wed., Hat. A Mon.
" departs Wed., Frt. A Hun.
P O. hp del. op n from 7: so am to 7:10 pm
P.O. box dol. orcn from 8a.m. to 9 p. m.
8nndajaget.de!. open from. ...8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Bondaya box del. open from. ...Ha. m. to 10:80 an
tSr-NOTB.-Chsnga will be published from
time to time In elty papers. Change your cards ee
ordtngly. WM . . MUKPHT. P. ht
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