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"I wat taken ilea a year ego
With btllone rtter."
"My doctor proaounced me cured, but I
pt lick again, with terribla pains in my
Jack and Bidet, and I got to bad I
Could not move !
I shrunk I
From 228 lb, to 1301 I had been doc-
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did not expect to live mora than three
aontbi. I began to uie Hop Bitten. Di
Wctlv mv tDoetite returned, mr oaim left
pe, ruy entire system seemed renewed u
I by magic, and alter using seTeral bottles
am not only as sound as a sovereign but
reign more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my life."
Dublin, June 6, '81. It. Fitzpatbick
Maiden, Meaa., Feb, 1, 1980. Gentlemen
I i offered with attack! of tick headache ."
Neuralgia, female ' trouble, for years in
he most Urrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
let or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
"The first bottle
Nearly cured me
The second made me as well and strong
La wban a child,
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
raars with a serious
"Kidney, livur and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best physi
Seven bottles ot your bitten cured him
and I know or the
"Lives, of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that Have been
laved bv vour bitters,
And manv more are using tuem wnn
Do miracles 1" Mas. E. D. Slack.
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me: take all the vile nostrums adver
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AtKU, imtR 00., 4M N. M, W. LeaSt
The Daily Bulletin.
tot Ths Qpuirm ' ,
THE GRAY D0VB.
Hlgtj (n th brancb.ee of a tall traj cooed '
Tbe warm gray dove into her sleeping brood.
What told ehe tbem of merry day to come,
when Into lift woold bant thelrmailc damb I
Wi at ih told tkern t nay aot tell to yoa.
A he dreamed there beneath the ky of bin ;
Bnt on dark hoar there ley apon the ground
A baby dove three little children foond
A they were playing 'ntu the hade-treee tall;
A little dove, warm, yet dead, It wa a fall
to hard that from It tiny bowm itole
Its oag of Ule er tang. The golden bowl
Id ehlalng fragment on the groand lay itrewn
Ire had been quaffed th (ongtld ipllled too m.
Th pretty gray bird tonnd dark, dark at ;
Within th earth, email band laid tt to reel.
Fit burial far thee, thoa little dove, -Child
heart hare gives pity and their love-
Small ftager hollowed oat thy cold clay neet
And iprlng will place her bloMom o'er thy brttaet.
Jay Gould was Interviewed aa to the com
mercial condition and prospects oi tiie country
tome days sgo and in tbe following extract
from tbe interview will prove interesting:
"Tbe general business of the country,"
continued Mr. Gould, is looking well at a
whole. Everybody It conservative and is
economizing, aad the country it getting
"How it it that tks bear-reom tradera are
still able to knock prices!"
"The facilities for speculating on the
short side are so grest that it takes littles or
ne capital to do that and stocks to-day are
to oversold that they are practically corner
ed." ; "What stock do you consider in that
"Well, Union Pacific, Wettern Union, St.
Paul, Louisville snd Nashville, Lake Shore
and New York Central. Michigan Central
has been worth 1 per cent, a day. I think
Wettern Union is about the nest thermome
ter of the general business of cerporationa
in this country. It reaches every hamlet in
the United States, aod it receipts reflect
tbe state of general business. Now her it
the report of that business frem 400 oScee
scattered all over the country for last week.
Ilia made out weekly, and these efficet
are called our test officet. Thia report
shows that the business done for the last
week was $109,751; tamo week last year,
f 155,469, showing an increase ot 114,074.
Another little report I have here further
illustrate the fact that confidence it grow
ing : The Union Pacific stocks standing in
broker's names on January 1, 09,000 shares;
at the dote of butiness on last Saturday it
was 59,000 shares, showing that , 10,000
shares had gone into investment in 19 days.
Between January 9 and January 19, 4,141
shares of. Western Union went from the
street into broken' hands, and the number
of stockholders increased from, 2,803 to
2,910. These reports ahow that tbe certifl
catea of these two companies axe going
into .th bands of investors at the rate of,
tay, $10,000,000 a year. Indeed, they were
never more to, and the tame ia true of Wett
ern connecting and rival roads."
"What do you think will be the course of
the market in the future!"
"That is asking too much. It is a rule,
however, that when prices are very high it
ia safe to prophesy a fall, and when prices
are very low, an advance may be looked
for." . !l ,-.y
"la it true that you have begun suits
against parties ter circulating stories about
your financial condition?"
"I have bsgun no suits jet, but I have
put the matter in the banda of my counsel
at the request of a number of leading stock
and bondholden of the corporations af
fected by the stories."
"Are you actually engsged in tbe market
"I am not very actively engaged in
stocks, and have not been for some time. I
buy stocks, our own stocks I mean, when I
think they are cheap."
"Is there any truth in tbe report of a re
ceivership of the Wabaaht"
"No; the business of the Wsbuh is im
proving all tbe time. Thia ia especially
true of tbe local business, which ia develop
ing rspidly, snd includes a laigecoal carry
ing trade. The financial condition of the
company ia much better than it.waa a year
go" , .. .
"What are your expectations in reference
to stocks aince you refuse to prophesy aa to
their courier, ' . ,a
"I look for a great advance in all good
atocka between this and July ; low priced
atocka will go up with the rest. I bought
Chicago A Northwestern at 14 once, the
aame price that Wabaah common la aelling
for, and in eighteen months it waa way
above par. History repeat! itself."
"What effect will the presidential elec
tion have on atocka t" .
"It will help telegraph," aaid Mr. Goul 1
quietly, "and I don't think it will seriously
intarfen with business."
A report has reached here from New
York that the Wabash road ia to go into
the hands of a reciever. The nport ia cur
rent in Wall street and ia baaed npon the
fact that Wabaah bonds have dropped frees
67 cents to 10 cents, and tbe itock down to
IS centt. But Jay Gould denies the re
port, laying that there ia no foundation at
all for it.1 , The decline la bondi
and atocka waa' the ' result of artifice and
falsa reports from hit enemies. The Wabash,
ha aaya.hu just paid off a large floating
debt and ia In as good condition financially
aa any road in the country.
CAIRO BULLET I N i FRIDAY HORNING, JANUABY 2&, 1884.
W. F. LaHSDim, nver editor ot fa Btrixaria
and ateamboat paeeenger agent. Order for all
klndeof team boat Job printing eollclted. Offlot
at Bower' Baropean Hotel, No. 7S Ohio levee.
ST AS) IS OF TBI BIVBB.
The river marked by the gauge at tbia
port at p. su. IT feet 10 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Jan, 34. River 11 feet 0
iashee and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 94. River 19 feet t
iaekes and falling.
Louisville, Jsn. 14. River 8 feet 10
inches snd rising.
Nashville, Jan. 24 River 23 fest ia
ehee and rising.
Pittsburg, Jan. 24. River 3 feet 3 iaca
aa aad falling.
It Louis, Jsn 94. River 11 feet 8 iech
ee sad falling.
Yesterday was very cold and the wind
blew very bard from tbe north all day, but
the river in front of the city and as far sa
could be seen wu entirely free from ice.
It is thought that the ice hu gorged a
abort distance above Paducah.
The Gus Fowler arrived on time yester
dsy. She had a fair trip and left on time.
Tbe Henry A. Tyler departed for Mem
phis at 8 p. m. yesterday. She had a fair
treight trip and some 18 or 20 csbin pss
secgen. .,; . . r.',.. .., ,
The Annie P. Silver will stresm up to
tbe wharf this morning and commence re
ceiving freight for New Orleans.
The Ella Kimbrough left Memphis at 5
p. m. Wednesdsy. She is due here to-morrow
No arrivals or departures yesterdsy ex
cept the Gus Fowler and Henry A. Tyler.
All the boats of. the Big O. Line snd the
Memphis Packet Line which are at Cincin
nati patiently waiting for the ice to "take a
tumble" and get out of the way. '
Capt. Bob Wise, superintendent of the
Cincinnati, and Memphis packets, hu been
quite sick but is rspidly recovering.
Tbe Thos. Sherlock, some 48 hours ovsr
due frem above, baa not reported yet.
The Ohio is falling here and at all points
above on the Ohio.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans will
report here Sunday night.
The new transfer built for the Illinois
Central railroad at this . place, will be
named W. H. Osborne. From all reports
she will certainly be a "Jersey Lilly,"
"full breasted", and carry a long train.
Her length is 285 feet, aud her "width is six
feet greater then tbsMcCombs; 27 inch
cylinders, 9 foot stroke, 4 boilers 80 feet
long by 44 inches. She will be steered by
steam and hu 40 electric lights. She will
arrive here early in February.
No matter how long you have been a
sufferer from Rheumatism, there is hope ef
a cure since the discovery of Athlophobos
tbe champion remedy. Many write to
confirm this. Their letters make s verdict
which is unanimous, impartial, stroug. As
an iastsncc, Atvin G. Vail, Crawlord Co.,
Iowa, writes: "I send for five dollsis
worth of Athlophobos. - Tbe bottle I used
hu helped me very much. Pain all gone,
but some lamenesa yet, and well thtre
might be, tor I have been troubled for
thirty-five yean with rheumatism."
Lock Haven, (Pa) Democrat : "When
Jehn Logan runs for president the surviv
ing citizens of Egypt, Illinois, who were
induced by him to enter the Confederate
Army in 1861, will organize a glee club
and attend all hia meetings. They will all
want postoffices by way of compensation,
when John is electod."
The druggist who hesitatea now is lost
for the winter. He should sling together
some sweet oil and and liquorice and bring
out bis cough euro at once. : Dr, Bull's
Cough Syrup dosa not pay bim snough
narpera jnagazioe lor feDruary is a
strong number in both its artistic and lit
erary features. The two serial novels,
William Black's "Judith Shakespeare." and
the Rev. E. P. Roe'e "Natural Serial Story,"
nave a commanding mterest. Tbe frontis
piece engraving, from Abbey's drawing.
"The Bible Reading," is an illustration of
Black's novel; and both Dielman and Gib
son have done their best work for "Na
ture's Serial Story."
The opening paper of the number, by
Joseph Hatton, is a description ot, tbe Up
per Thames' accompanied by fan very beau
tiful . and pictureiquu illustrationa from
drawings by E. A. Abbey and Alfred Par
eons. Miss Woolson concludes her very inter
esting article "At Kontone," which is pro
fusely and beautifully illustrated. '
Mr. G. H. Farnham, one of our best mag
aainista, contributes a paper entitled "A
Winter in Canada," a olose study of Cana
dian country life, with graphic . illustra
tiens. Colonel Higgioson's "American
History" series has passed beyond the revo
lutionary period, and in thia month's paper
bo traces the beginnings of our national
Ufa. 1 -
E. Mason contributes a paper on the old
Dutch muter, Jacob Ruysdael, which con
tains also an excellent engraving of , one of
hie characteristic painting. ,.
Recent work in terra-cotta ia tbe subject
of a good article by Alexander F. Oakey,
illustrated from drawings by the author. ,
Julian Hawthorne coarribntet a strong
dramatio story, entitled "David Pointdex
tor's Dissppeannce ;" and" a shorter story
I. Hew England sketch of A mora humor
ous character, "The Topbam Meadow Lot,"
la contributed by Sophia Swett.
The editorial departments are well sus
tained, u ususl, and full of entertainment
QEORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseaee. and dlteue of women
OFFICE-Oa 14th .met. opposite ths Post
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iiMtMw . a a eweeeee
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F. BROS8, Fresident.
H. WELLS, Oaehlor.
I P. KiFF, VlcePres'ni
I T. J. Eertb, Asot cash
F. Bron.-. Ca'.ro I William Kmie. .Cairo
Peter Netr ... " wuiiam wolf.... "
CM Oiurloh. ...... " IC. O. Patler...-. '
E. A. Buder " H. Welle
J, T. Clemton, Caledonia.;
AGEXERALBAXKlXa BUSINESS DONE.
Kzchange sold aod bought. Intereit paid It
the Savings Department. Collections made aod
all business promptly attended to.
Boot & Shoe
No- 90 Com'l Ave., Bet 5tb & 6th Sts
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best or ST. LOUli HAND-M AD K
and of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHlLUKsa'.t a it OK 3, and OBNT3' RUB
BER BUOTS and SHOES.
tJfWe also make to order anything In oar line
oi toe obbi wauiriai ana worsmeasnip.
IAS, B. SMITH.
SeBIRT A. SJHTH
Grand Central Store.
. DEALERS IN
OIRO. - - IIL.
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. Proprietor .! : v. i.. !'
Egyptian Flouring Mi Is
Hiffheit Cash Frio Paid for Wit.
Wm. ;: Ludwie & - Co.,
1 -a -ti.il U-M lot ; v, ,'iiil(jj'l VUiJoZ I: '..
NO. 119 COMMERCIAly AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Hl4rhest Market Pri. Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwiff & Co.
m.imja t J
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Rellered and cured withont sorgiclal operatton, trus tortar or detention from labor by Dr. J. A.
Bhernisn s system. Fatteote from abroad oan racelvn traatmeut and letve for home sane hay. Rap
ture and truces cause lumbairo, kldne and bUdder affections, affact the nerrooa eystfm. Impair
minhood and brinitottimpotencf snd other deplorable ailments. All these troubles removed and
K .w. . ' re-iorea Dy ur. nermau a treatment. Book, with continuous Indorsements for
the past thirty-ave years from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmers and others who have been
cured, milled for ten cent. One Hravthe. el the Vienna Iastltntn. st r.nuu. Ma . h., .it-, h th,. hi...
ness of cure! nailents in Dr. hbermtn' illustrated pamphlets, nlred man to personate them, and pub
llshes tbem as patients to be cured. This bold fraud to dope tae afflicte i is fully exposed in an Illus
trates circular which Is sent to an ' one who writes ror It. Mince tha reductlou of terms patleuis are
dally coming from a 1 parte of the country for treatment. Day of cousultatlon at New York oitice. 291
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Organized December, 1883, tinder the
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J. A. Goldmine, ofUoldstlne t Rosenwater, whole
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Pres. Bd. M-l V.X., for Pensions; Albert Lewie,
commtssiu r irr. bant; J.' H. Robinson,' count?
Judne an uoinv uublic: Wm. F. Pitoher. com.
broker and Insurance aeent; R. H. Baird, city
sueet supemaor; J, rnaaps, carptnter and build
er; Thomas Lewie, attorner and secretarr; E.V.
Pierce, attorney-it-law, DuQuoln IU.;E. C. Pace
casbler of Centennial Bsuk, Ashler, III.; Albert
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A regular Oradunt of two medical
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ment of Chronio, Nervous, fc-ltm and
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Shyf Proper age to niarrv. Who marry first.
anhoo.1, Wouianhonil. Phvslraldc av. Who
should marry. How life and hnpplncs tuaT be
increased. Thoee married or ronlaniiilatlng
uarrvlng should read It. It might to lie read
by all adult persons, then keH tinder lock and
key. Popular edition, same as above, but paper
cover and x00vg.e.tt centaur mail, In mone'
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