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naT Dirru.TM.nii, coi.dh, aiisuauTisM, ni'iii,
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Loss and Oaui.
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From 228 lbs. to 120! I nad bjcu doc
toring for iny liver, but it did me m good.
I did not expect to live more than three
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rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, my entire system seemed renewed as
if by nisgic, and atter (Ming several bottles
I am nut only as sound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my life."
Dublin, June C, l. R. Fitzpatrick.
Maiden, Ma., Feb. 1, 1880. Gentlemen
'I suffered with attacka of lick headache. "
Neuralgia, femitle trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine er doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
'The first bottle
Nearly cured me;"
The second made me as will and strong
as wban 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 bitten cured him
and I know of the
"Lives of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that have been
aved by your bitters,
And many more are using them with
great benefit. '
"They almost ?
Do miracles I" Mrs. E. D. Slack.
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
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time; take all the vile nostrums adver
tised, and then you will want to know how
to get well, which is answered in three
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Thli porout plat-tor li
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took Fftin In the Side or Limb. Stiff JoLuU and MohcIm,
Udiwr Ttxrablef, RheunutUm, NunJffU, Bon Chert,
Utlxot Iho Hoarl and Uvw.andal painj or mdhf
al bTbbbw I It. Prim M Mill a Am a. twi
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Mailed on reoelpt o( price. Bold by
all draa-rirt and eoontry store.
iuj nwr .vnpmv,
Proprietor, Boaton, Mu.
tVTor OoaBtlnailon. laaa of unAa ui . v.
towel take Hawlyy. stomach and UrerPlila. aseenta.
The Daily Bulletin.
Creditors of the St, Louia Texas
road ar still waiting patiently for an order
of court t iiquidato their claims. It was
reported upon the authority of Col. Para
UK re several days ago, that the pay rolls for
ba sic psy due employes vere all made out
in 1 would be sent al mg the line with the
necessary cash to 'cancel them as soon as
Receiver Woodward should return from a
trip over the road. Bat there are no indi
cations as yet of a fulfilment ot this prom
ise. It is wr, howover, to hope for the
The cue ot Michael J. Sheehan vs
Patrick Fitzgerald was tried in the circuit
court yesterday morning, Mr. Leek appear
ing for the plaintiif aud Mr. Linegar for
tbe defendant. It was taken under ad
visement by the court. The afternoon was
taken up in arguing a motion for a new
trial in the Msuaffy-Wabash railroad com
pany case. Mr, Wheeler opined the argu
ment for defeodaut, Mr. Leek for the
plaintiff. Tbe argumeut wis not concluded
when court adjourned, and will be resumed
to-diy. Court will not adjourn sine die tit
day as wss cxpscted, as there are several
cases yet to be tried and motions iu others
to be argued.
Tbe second Leap Year ball of the sea
ion took place at the Mystic Erew's ball
last night. It was largely attended and
well managed by tbe young ladies. Tbe
young men, poor, timid young creatures,
blushed becomingly aud nestled coiiSdiugly
as tbey were marched into the hall and
whirled about in the dizzy mazei by their
gallant young lady partners. Tbe young laj
dies did remarkably well, carrying out to
the letter and spirit the biblical injunction,
'do nnto others as ye would have them do
unto you." Some o( tbe young men present,
if they pass safely and singly through the
present year, will do well to take the hint
and profit by tbe example given them.
The tit of tho Harden hand-grenade
fire extingaisber, at the corner of Eighth
struet and Commercial avenue yesterday
afternoon, proved very satisfactory. A large
crowd of people gathered there long before
the time appointed for the test. Two large
box s and a hogshead had been put up, and
in them kindling and other materials that
would make ahot fire were placed. The
illts of the boxes were then dobbed with
tar and afterwards drenched with oil.
These preparations completed, Mr. Fried
man, the agent, applied the torch and in a
second the two large boxes were enveloped
in Harass that burst furiously from all
side. The boxes stood close together and
made one huge blaze, propably twenty feel
high. Capt. T. W. Shields was master of
ceremonies, and at his suggestion Mr,
Friedman proceeded to attack the fire in
one of the boxes first. Two ot the little
grenades burled against the side of the box
had the desired effect ; and two others thrown
into tbe other box, at once changed the
column of fire to one of black smoke which
gradually disappeared and left only tbe
blackened remnants of wood. Tne hogs
head, after beiug likewise treated with tar
and oil and supplied with kindling, wis
next fired. Oue grenade thrown into the
fire and permitted to burst from beat visibly
checked the flme when at its hight and
two others thrown against the sides extin
guished the fire entirely. Tbe spectators
were evidently well pleased with the test,
aud the opinion that tbe grenades would
be "handy to have about tbe houss,n pre
vailed generally among them and was free
Not long since Mr. Dougherty, The
Bulxstik's solicitor, went to Vieuns, John
son county, to take orders for job work,
and be succeeded ia obtaining several or
ders. The Journal of that city learned of
this, and in its last issue proceeds to up
braid the business men of Vienna for send
ing their patronage away from home. The
Journal's denunciation of that devotion to
purely personal interest which causes bun
nest men to have their printing done away
from horn because they can thereby save
a little money and get better work, is par
donableprovided, of course, the Journal's
denunciation does not spring from the very
same motives against which, found in
others, the denunciation is directed. But
the Journal introduces its lecture with a
brief dissertation upon protective tariff,
which, in view of tbe great and growing
importance of tbe subject, may serve as a
brief criticism in reply. In its efforts to
prove tbe wisdom of tho gigantic fraud as
practiced by the federal government, by
using the local incident referred to as an
Illustration, the; Journal unwittingly ad
mits the irresistible force of tho most for
midable argument against protection (so
called), namely, that protection is a tax
upon the many in the Interest of the few.
The Journal places itself in the position of
the "infant manufacturer," and it places
the business men of Vienna and vicinity in
the position of. tbe consuming masses. At
present the latter may send to Cairo and
have their job printing done, thereby get
ting better work aud saving a considerable
sum of money during a year. But the
Journal's protection ides, carried out in
counties and smaller civil divisions as it is
in the country at large, would have a tariff
placed on job printing imported from Cairo,
so as to deprive the merchants of Vienna of
the opportunity of saving money by having
their printing done away from home and
CAIRO; BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING
compell tbem to pay these savings to tbe
Journal in tbe form of higher prices
for job work; a ' 4Hlib - Protec
tive tariff," that would be high enough to
prevent all importations of job printing
from Cairo and enable the Journal to
"laugh and grow fat" at the expense of the
people, Tbe Journal might, with perfect
propriety, appeal for protection to tbe pub
lic spirit of tbe business men; point out to
them the wisdom of developing ths wealth
ot the community by sustaining home in
dustry. But the protective tariff idea is to
appeal for protection to the law of the land,
and, to be consistent, the Journal would
have to ask tbe county or city government
to indirectly rob tbe many for the benefit
of itself alone. Ia order to
defend its position at all, the
Journal will be driven to plead its
inability to compete with Tub Bulletin in
the price and quality of the work; its ina
bility to do work as cheaply as The Bul
letix and as well for the price, and live
that competition will smothsr home indus
try and prevent tbe development of local
wealth. But Tbe Bulletin did not do
the job work spoken of above at ruinously
low prices. It employed a una to solicit
tbe work; paid his expenses to and from
Vienna and while there, besides his regular
salary; then there wu the expense of cor
respondence, expresssge on the work, ex
change on drafts, etc.; and theu, after all,
The Bulletin made a fair, living profit on
the' work and the merchants of Vienna
saved money. All the expenses above enum
erated are, of course, to be considered in
Exiug the price of the work, and will
swell tbe figures to beyond what tbe work
would have cost here. Had tbe Journal
done the work fur tbe same price paid by
the merchants there, it would have had, not
only The Bulletin's actual net profit, but
also the amount of all tbe expenses above
enumerated (which it could have saved) is
a margin. So that the Journal, with equal
facilities as The Bulletin, could have
done the work for the same price as the
merchants paid The Bulletin and made
more money, or it could have done it for
considerably less and made just as much
as Toe Bulletin did. The same rules
and circumstances exactly govern the in
dustries and commerce of the country at
large in their relations to foreign industries
and commerce. Distance tbe dietauce
separating The Bulletin job office from
Vienna, and this country from foreign man
ufacturers -affords the Journal and the in
dustries of this country all the protection they
can reasonably ask, and any artificial pro
ection in addition to this is robbery, l'erj
haps the silliest of all pleas in favor of
protection is the plea that the industries are
"infants" and need "protection." The
ssme plea miy very properly be urged in
defense or justification of the fellow who
follows tbe business of "cracking cribs"
the professions! burglar. Ht, too, nesds
money and clothhg and food, and pecui
nan ly be is probably much more an "in
fant" than the Journal man is, or some of
our foundry or iron works or glass works
proprietors are. But there is tbis difference
between him and tbe beneficiaries ef tbe
protectionist robbers: He is entitled toad-
miration for a certain species of courage
which he manifests in risking his liberty,
perhaps his life, while trying to cast of
bis swaddling clothes and outgrow his "in
fancy," depending upon himself alone, and
his sandbag, for "protection," whereas they
obtain and enjoy their booty under the
guise and protection of law. Common
ssnse and common justice do not excuse the
robbery of a hundred men for the benefit
of one who has an equal chance with all
to make a living by honest industry.
OUR MAIL BOXES.
The mail boxes have arrived, wure dis
tributed yesterday and will be ready for
use to-day. There are ten of them, and
tbey will be distributed as follows:
One at tbe corner of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, in front ot Messrs.
Barclay Bros1, prescription drugstore
One at the corner of Fourth street snd
Washington avenue, in trout of Mr. II. H.
One at the corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue, in front of Mr. Frank
Healey's drug store.
One at the corner of Sixth street snd
Commercial avenue in front of Messrs.
Mann & Bro., store
One at the corner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue, in front of the Alex-
der county bank.
Ono at the corner of Twentieth street and
Commercial avenue, in front of the New
One at the corner of Second street snd
Ohio levee, iu front of ' The Ualliday
One between Sixth and Eighth streets
and Ohio levee in front of the City Na
tional Bank. .
Ono between Tenth and Twelfth streets
and Ohio lcyee, in ' front of Woodward's
Novelty Iron store. ,
And one at the corner of Fourteenth
street and Ohio ( levee, opposite the stone
The boxes are of heavy cast-iron, of ths
form of a soldier's, knap-sack, painted dark
green. They. are intended to bo strapped
with bands of iron to lamp posts, with the
flat side to tho post, aod , the opening for
tbe reception of letters is in one end, cov
ered by an iron ' fl ap, that hangs loosely
down over it. ...The, door 'through which
the collector takos the msil out of ths
boxes is in the same end ; it is hinged at ths
bottom, with a staple at the top for a pad-
lock to keep it closed securely. They were
put up on the lamp ; posts at the points
above indicated, and where there are no
lamp posts, other arrangements will be
made so that they will be conspicuous and
The mail will be collected from these
boxes three times daily; at 8 o'clock a. m,
2:30 p.m. aud 9 o'clock at night. Tbis
will be ths arrangement to begin with, but
it maybe that the. time will have to be
changed in order to permit the preparation
of the mail for the different trains. Tbe
public will be given all the time possible
before each collection. The time necessary
for one man to collect all the mail, for as
sorting and stamping it, will be closely cal
culated and the collections will be de
layed as long as possible.before each mail,
in order that people may have as much
time ss possible to get their mail in and in
sure its prompt collection. A card encassd
in a frame made for the purpose, ia the
fronts of the boxes, will keep the public
posted as to the time fixed for the collec
tion of the mail and any changes that may
from time to time be made,
The mail boxes sre not as large as they
ought to be st some of the points indicated,
where there is much travel. At The Halli
dav, the City National Bmk and the New
York store, fur insUnce, the accumulation
of mail daily will probably be greater th in
the boxes can receive afer the public is ac
customed to their use; and Capt. Murphy
proposes to get bois of Isrger size for
these points, and others, also, where the
present ones may prove to small.
The existing arrangement is, of course, to
a great extent only experimental. The ten
boxes bsve been wisely placed. They have
been placed as far up town and scattered as
much as it was possible, in view of the fact
that only one man is to give them all needed
attention three times daily. If it shall ap
pear after trial that more can be attended
to, more will bo procured and put up.
Capt. Murphy would like to put up one at
Orth's store and one at the Singer"works for
the accommodation of the people in that
vicinity, but it would be impossible for oue
man to attend to them. He hopes soon to
be permitted to employ another man, and
theu be will proceed to put up additional
boxes enough to k-eep both men busy and
accommodate the people in all parts of the
"MONTE CRISTO" AT THE OPERA
HOUSE FEB. 22.
After considerable trouble Capt Shields
bus been able to secure Manager Stetson's
celebrated "Monte Cristo" company, which
will open at the Op nt House on the 22d of
February, bringing out the whole force of
the combination which stands the acknowl
edged bead of all melodramatic companies
now before tbe public. Mr. Stetson is tbe
well known manager of the Globe Theatre
in Bostou and the Star Theatre, New Yoik,
and is said to be the wealthiest manager in
the United States.
There are few people of the present day
who have not read Duma's delightful novel,
"Monte Cristo," and, ss a consequence, the
thread of the story as brought before the
foot-lights, will be easily followed by a ma
jority of the audience. Tbe piece was first
produced at the Globe Theatie, Boston,
1.CIJ17U1UU, au i v, viiauea ccuuier appear
ing as "Edmond Dantes" and "Count
Monte Cristo," and begot such a magnifi
cent sensation as induced its continuance
This ideutical play, as rendered by tbe
celebrated Fechter, will be produced here.
Tbe young melodramatic actor, James
O'Neil, whose name is familiar to all the-atre-goeif,
assumes the leading character,
"Count Monte Cristo," s character well
suited to him in every particular. "From
tho light-hearted sailor filled with joy at
his promotion and approaching nmriage,
be changes to the gloomy misanthrope,
with heart and soul bent on vengeance, be
does it so well that never for an instant is
the sympathy of the audience diverted from
Remember the date, February 82, Wash
And if we are not mistaken, the most
successful engagement ever played iu Cairo
will reward Manager Stetson for the diver
sion of his route which enabled him to
rpach our city.
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INTERESTING TO LADIES.
Our lady readers can hardlv fail to have
their attention called this week to the
latest combination ot improvements in that
most useful of all domestic implements.
.1.- 1. ! 1 ..
iuo - sewing maculae.
As we understand it, a machine for fami-
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quirements: It should be simple in its
mechanism; it should run easilv: it shuld
uu a wiue range oi wor; u snouid bo as
nearly noiseless as possible; it should bo
tigut, uandsomc, durable, snd as cheap as
is - consistent with excollence throughout.
These conditions the "Licht-Runnitur
New Home" certainly meets. . It has also
several very important and useful attach
ments and "notions" of its own, which
go iar to make good its claims to popular
The "New Home" specially recommends
itself to purchasers on account of its superi
or mediae ical construction, easo of man
agement and reasonable price. Over half
a million have been sold in ths last three
years, all of which are giving universal sat
isfaction. This unrivaled machine is man
ufactured by the NEW HOME RWING
MACHINE CO. 81) Uuioo Square, New
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send for' their"' new illustrated ' catalogue
and enclose theJf admortUement printed
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JAINUAKY 23. 1884.
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
sit t-.i a ,
Kelieved and cured without nrgiclal operation, trun torture or dolectton from labor by Dr. J. A.
hhorman eyuiem. Patient from abroad cn recetv trsatmcnt sad leave for home earne cay. Knp
Ure and trnea came lumbago, kldne. and bladder affnetlon. affect the nervona eyatfm. Impair
manhood and bring on impotencr and other deplotaole a lment. All tbeoa trouble removed and
primitive fnttiidnee retored by Dr. Sherman' treatment. Book, with contlnuon lDrlorenionts for
the pat thirty-five yuar from phyeiolan, merchant, clt-rgymen, farmer and other who have been
cured, mailed for tcu cent. One Smrthe, ol the Vienna Inatitute, M. Loul. Mo., ha alter d the like
ni' of cured natlenu In Dr. Hhernun' Illustrated pamphlet, nlrod men to purnonate thorn, and pub
lUbe them a patient to bo cured. Tbl bold fraud to dupe the afflicte I fully eiponed In an illu
trntod circular which Is ent to an one who writes for tt. Since the redn Hon of term pattern are
dally t oming : from a,I part of tbo couatry for treatment. Day of consultation at Sew York office. 251
I roadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week,
1L7 H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
v Law of 1883.
".ncceoaor to Widows and Orphan Mutual Aid 8o-
doty, o ganueii July 4th, 1H77, under
the law of 167.
JOHS H. ROHIXSOX..
WM. SiKATi N
J. A. GOLoSTINK
C. W. DUNNINO
j BOARD OF DIRECTORS rou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strattoti, Strati on A Bird, ro".ers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. Go'dstiue, ottioldstlne A Koaenwater, whole.
saie anu retail ary aooaic. w. Dunn uz. M. t)
Pre. Brl. MM Kt., for pensions; Albert Lewis,
cniniii!iiMn iiuinl ; J. H. HoliitKon, county
junge in uot.it) piiniiej wm. v. ntener, com
broker and iuurance agent; R. U. Baird, city
nireei aupervieur; m. i niuip, carptutar and nulla
or; moms i.ewie, aiiornev ana ecretarv; E
Pierce, attornoy-at-law, DuQuoin III.; K. C. Par
cashier of Centennial Baii, Ashley. III.; Albert
nayaen, casnur oi ui'orge ronneuy Co., spring-
noia. i:i ; o. oi nuun. aiioruoy-at-iaw, wo kh.i
doi)h street. Chicago; Hon. Kobt, A. Hatcher, at
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Not sold by deal rs. Sent for examination before
paymi'ni on evidence of B ind fititu.
Jon.N B . ALDKN, Pnblieher.
P.O. Box liil. '8 Ve.-ey St., New York
I CURE FITS!
Wivm I u oare I do n t mtn merely to stop them
radial cars. Ibnvtt made the(liveof MTS,PI-
LKPS if OR FALLING ttlCKNKSM all la-Ion atudy.
othxra have failed la no ntaaon for not now reoeirinc a
iny infallible ivmedr. Give Kipreaa and PDehatce. U
coat yon nothing for a trial, and I will cur yoa.
Ad.L-eaa Da. U. O. BOOT. ID Pearl St.. NewYork.
1 warrant air rem1j tooura the wont oaa. Ueranae
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A r(cilar Oinluni of two nieitlcat
rollonrs liai tM'iMi lmiKi-r rniiiH'. rl In thrtreat
ro?" nfCMirouic, Neirroim, fckin and
1 flood Ulaoasei than any other pbvab'lau In
St. f.ouls, at city paix-rn shew iin.l afl old rl
rlHnW kiow. Coniiiatlm ,.t oltli c or ay mall.
fienil Invited. A friend')- taikor his opinion
roU nothlntr. When It lalm-onreulent tovlslt
the city .ur treuUiwut, iiieilru,s can lie sent
ly mall nr exprvaa evortKlicre. Curshle ei,e
miM-anteads where doiibi tM it Is frankly
nuit'l, ..Ca'1 or Write.
- Ml,rTOtt' Prostration, Debility, Mental ami
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and otter
affections of Throat,Skinnd Bones, Blood
ImpmissandBlood Poisouing, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores ard Plaera, Impediments to
frllg Shpnmati.'m, Piles. Speoial
attention to eases from over-worked brain.
SUBGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eicessss,
Iadulgeacos or Exposures.
It Is aelf-e Ment that a pbvaloiau paying;
partlrular attention to arliiM ot'raaea aitalna
Kreat aklll, and ilivelrlaii In reuular prai'tlre
all over the country knowing- tlil, I'ri"uen.ly
reroniniend raaentothe olilot ortico In Anirli-a,
here svtry known appliance l retorted to,
ami the proved goo1 rmclia of all
ai(es and rountrlea ir naed. A w hole buna
ited frirotflce piinie, ami all aretrmteil with
kill In a rnaptvtrtil manner: ami, knowing
what to do. iioexrlment are inmla. On ac
count of I lie great numlier ;i'lvhig. the
i-hnrgei are kept low. ofun lower than la
ilenmmleil by other If ion secure the akl't
ami get a apwily and 'i fn i 1 1 cure, that ta
the iinporlniit titatler. Pimplilet. 36 page.
Sent to any addrela fre. s
plates. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Trant cMhwi'4 eilt lilmllii RealwlSnriO
cent In onstaue or rurrnii, y. Over flftv won
lerful pen pli-lurev true lit life arllrlvaon th
Aillnwius; aiihjreta. M lio inai marrv, who not;
whvr I'roiraBeloni.iriv. Who 'marry Hrat.
l.inhooi. oiiianh.Hiri, I'livienl rtn av. Who
houlil luari'y. How life and happlnea'inav be
jnereiaeil. Those niari'led or eoiitemplatlnii
Diariylni abonld read It. It on u lit lobe read
py all a, In H irriu. then kent umler lork and
koy. Popular edition, aanie sal.iie, but paper
rover and u0 paa. ticmu U mall, In ruouu
r post age.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
iCf. BY THE CAR LOAJ) OR TON, WILL
PACKED TOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Oor.T wellth Street tad Lorea,