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The Daily Bulletin.
HammockB for lrls In tlie Cp.
, An advertisement bi-fore us, in an ei
, clmtigti, looks aa though it was a good
thlur, but wo aru alittlu kuptioal. The
articlo is a "car-Heat hammook," and
thoro is a picturo of tlio hammock
swung from the back of ono Heat to the
hack of the scat ahead, and in the ham
mock is a young lady asleop, and over
the picture are the words: "Sleep, dar
ling, sloej)." Tlie girl seems to be
, Brileep, with her foot in tlie stirrup of
'the hammock, but there is a weird,
wicked wildncss about her face that
convinces the beholder that she is wide
awake. Such a hammock niight be
mado to work in an empty car oujasido
, track, but in a car running forty miles
an hour that prl would get spilled out
on the floor. In the first place, the per
son with a hammock has got to have
two whole seats, which no railroad
company would allow, unless the girl
was a friend of the brakeman. It
would bo a nice sicht, wouldn't it, to
see a girl come into a crowded car,
cause passengers to move out of a
couple of seats, then swing her ham
mock and get in and go to sleep. Im
agine such a sceno and listen to the
comments of the passengers. The
tdrummer for the grocery house, sitting
on the wood-box, would look at her and
say: "She looks as though she had on
ly one lung, but she has two galls,"
and would go up to the hammock and
say: "Is this seat all occupied?" The
girl would open her eyes and give him
a look that would cause him to pass on
to the smoking car in a hurry. Tho
brakeman would go to the hammock
girl and touch her on the vaccination
mark and say: "Miss, you will have to
take down your circus tent and let
somebody help you occupy this seat,"
and she would paralyse, the brakeman
with a look, and ho would go off and
send the conductor in. The conductor
would bring the big grocery drummer
with him and say: "Can't you make
room for this gentleman?" and then she
would be mad. At, stations along the
lino of the road grangers would stand
on tho platform and . look in the win
dows at the curious spectacle, and as
tho train moved off with the sleeping
beauty everybody would be tired except
the girl. Girls can think of enough
wavs to make passengers on a railroad
train wish they wore dead without har
nessing themselves up in a hammock
at the top of the seats, and an inventor
who places additional facilities in their
possession by which they are enabled
to annoy travelers is doing a great
wrong. It is bad enough to drive along
the road and see a girl swinging in a
hammock between two trees on a lawn,
where the distance from the object is so
great that you cannot tell whether the
stocking is silk or lisle thread, but to
have a girl in a hammock right across
the aisle of a car would be tantalizing,
and the fear that, something would
break and that tho beautiful sleeper
would drop down between the two
seats her body shut up like a juck
knife, one foot caught in tho shawl
rack, and her head on a valise in the
corner, her wig off, and the girl yelling
murder and culling for the brakeman
to uncouple her foot, would be enough
to cause the hair of the averago man to
turn gray on a single trip. The girl in
a hammock, on cars, must go. Bur
He Wasn't a Shoemaker.
An amusing scene occurred in a
Spadina avenuo oar the other day. One
of its occupants was a very lah-de-dah
fellow indeed, a howling swell, and
evidently only recently arrived from
the old country. The car stopped, and
a barrister with his blue bag over his
shoulder got in. Our "howler" scruti
nized him for some moments through
his eye-glass, and finally addressed
him thus, the rest of the people in the
car tittering and smiling very audibly
the while. "Haw! I say ah you I
say, I aw want a paiah of boots
The legal gentleman regarded tho
other with a look on his face that said
as plainly as looks can speak. "This
fellow's a lunatic," and then he spoke
"Well, my dear sir, what have I got
to do with your boots?"
"Well, b gad, y' know aw cawn't
you wecommend your firm aw? I
want a good paiah aw; I'm doosid
p'ticulah about my boots aw?"
"You're laboring under a mistake,
sir; I know nothing about boots," re
plied the "limb.-"
"Well, b' gad I say aw ain't you
s shoemakah aw?"
"Shoemaker! What do you mean,
sir?" inquired the other, fiercely.
'Aw my good fellah keep cool, y'
know but that bag, y know." And
then it dawned on the man of law that
in England shoemakers call on their
customers to try ordered boots on; said ,
boots being invariably carried in a blue
bag very similar to those in which our
barristers carry what? And the smile
became general, but the Englishman
wot not why those who laughed did so.
And he was sore perplexed. Toronto
A Hard Set of Men.
A correspondent, writing from Pata
gouia, says of the natives of that coun
try: "It is strange how these creatures
manage to exist in this severely inclem
ent climate, whore it froezos nearly all
the year round. They uso no more
clothing than that afforded them by
nature, and their huts are nothing but
a few sticks tied together, with a few '
skins and leaves thrown over the top
of them, and their canoes are always .
half full of water. The weapons used .
are bows, arrows and spenrs. They eat
the flesh of animals killed in the chase,
and sometimes they catch fish; but their
principal article of food is niussvls, of
which there are millions there. ,They
have nothing in , tho slinpo of corn, ;
wheat or cereals of any kind, as none '
o-row anv nearer than 1.200 miles away.
They will not touch liquor of any kind. '.
'n i , 1. 1 hi,. '
-lucy me m appuuiauuu buuiuuiiuh u
the Indians one meets in the altos in
Guatomala, but are a smaller and
shorter race, and very much more de
generated. I should imagine thorn to ,
be the very lowest .specimens of hu
manity existinrr. and onlv one link
short In the chain to connect them with
tha monkey tribe."
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 5, 1884.
' W. P. "LamBDrar, rtref editor of raa Buli.itib
and iteamboat paeaenger agent. Order for all
klndiof iteamboat Job printing loUclted. Office
at Bower'l European Hotel. No. " Ohio levee.
TA8ES Or THE BITER.
' Tha river marked by the gauge at this
port at 8 p. tu. 23 feet 5 inches and ris
Chattanooga, Feb. 4. River 25 test 0
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Feb. 4. River 49 feet 11
inches and rising.
. Lwuifiville, , Feb. 4. River 94 feet
10 incbet and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 4. River 37fet 1 inches
1 Pittsburg, Feb. 4. River It feet 1 inch
St Louis, Feb 4. River 10 feet 0 lach
es and rising.
All the rivers are rising, but we will
wager a ihaw ticket that the present rite
will not reach 43 feet here.
Yesterday was mild and pleasant. Busi
ness dull. .
The Belle of Bhrevcport will not report
hare for Cincinnati before to-morrow
The John A,. Scudder, also of the Anchor
Line, took her departure for St. Louie yes
Tbe B. 8. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. She had
a light freight trip but a large number of
Mrs. Fannie Gallagher, wife of Mr.
Chas. Gallagher, of this city, returned yes
terday on the Fowler from Paducsb, where
the had been visiting her parents tor several
Mrs. Victor Van De Male, of Paducab,
after a several days' pleasant visit to her
sister, Mrs. Georgia Hendricks, wife of
the city attorney of this city, returned here
on the Gub Fowler yesterday.
The question of navigation opening up
fully is a settled fact, and the handwriting
is on she bulletin boards. The City of
Baton Rouge and City of Vicksburg left
here Sunday afternoon for St. Louis, and
tbe Arkansas City followed last evening.
Pres. Bynes and Henry Pell, clerks of
the Gus Fowler, and also the little mail
agent, Mark Boren, have been relieved from
duty on the Fowler. However, the boys
gave entire satisfaction and are thoroughly
competent, but there wero older claimants
to Gil the positions tbey had occupied only
temporarily. Verily, verily, the executive
hatchet hath hewn in a wholesale manner.
The Jaa W. Gaff from Cincinnati will re
port here early to-morrow morning lor
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The W. P. Halliday is coming up fre-m
New Orleans with a big trip. She has
about twelve hundred tons.
Cliff Arnout, who was formerly clerk on
the Gua Fowler fur a long time and also on
ber illustrieus predecessor, the old Jim
Fisk, has gone back to first principals
again, and is once more installed as chief
scribe of the Fowler. Cliff is still in the
grocery business at Paducah, but has some
one there to represent his interest.
Don't forget that the Iron Mountain rail
road is the best road leading to the south
west. Capt. Harry Stein is coming with his
popular and elegant side wheel steamer
Chas. Morgan. The Morgan is "gilt edge
and no mistake, and Capt. Harry will land
her here this morning for New Orleans. It's
deubtful about her taking much freight, as
she has a big trip; but passengers can be
accommodated with low rates by calling on
W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent.
The Ella Kimbrough left last night for
1,800 sacks of corn; but the will be back in
time to make her regular trip to-day.
The Mary Houston leaves Cincinnati this
evening for New Orleans.
The Wyoming leaves Cincinnati Tours
day evening for New Orleans.
The Buckeye State, Capt. John Thorn
burg, master, leaves Cincinnati tor Mem
phis Wednesday evening, Feb. 6th inst.
The Golden Crown, with the best trip
that has passed out of tho Ohio for a long
time, arrived here at half past seven Mon
day niht. She had 1,500 tons of freight
on board and 78 cabin paascngers, She
added a bridal party here to her list and
also several other passengers, all for New
Orleans, and she refused to receive any
freight here. Her guarda and roof and
boiler deck were filled with freight, and
Capt. Sbinkie showed us a horse he was
taking to New Orleans on boiler deck.
He was a beauty and will take in Mardi
Gras. The Crewn departed at I p. m.
Many persons when suffering frem rheuma
tism or neuralgia remain indifferent to
what will benefit them, because tbey have
tried multitude of remedies in vain. Let
no man or woman despond till Athlophor
has been tried. Says Rev. Charles E.
Harris, of New - Haven: "Was advised to
try Athlophorot for acute rheumatism, but
paid no attention to it, .regarding the spe
cific as among the. thousand and one other
thinge advertised aa cures. , But .after a
time I tried it, and found, that it acted liko
a charm.,- Have been quite free from the
disease ever ince.n
T. BIRD, Mlnourl.
STBATT0N & BIED,
No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, IX
ty Agent American Powder Co.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. 6th & 6th 8ts
Juit' received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowcet bottom prlcei. It
ComDriaca th hni nt st I firrw iiii!ii.viin
, . - - . " "-"v " ' . ' - U ...1,1 Jl I, 11,
tfd of BOSTON MANTFACTURKS, LADIES'
in.rdDCuH.I,I'.PRBY!4 and UENTS' RUB-
BBR BOOTS and SHOK8.
EtVWe also make to order anything In onr lino
Of the beat matorlal and workmanship.
Q.EORGE II. LEACII, M.D.
PHYSICIAN h SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
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JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
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Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widow and Orphans Mmn&l Aid So.
clety, organized July 4th, .1877, under
the laws of 1873.
JOHN H. ROBINSON President
WM. ST It AT r N Vice-Prtsldent
J. A. GOLUSTINE ...Treasurer
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foii 1st YEAR.
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017 St Charles Streot, ST. LOUIS, Ma
A. regular Graduat of two medical
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Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
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following subjects. Who may marry, who not:
whyf Proper age to marrv. Who marry flret,
Manhood, W omanhoort. Thyaleal decay. Who
should marry. How life and happiness may be
increased. Those married or contemplating
toartvlne should read it. It ought to be reed
py all adult itersoua, then kept under lock and
mvj, & upuinr enitinn siime as arwTe, nai paper
aim atsi pages, ae cents ujr uiaiu in I
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEIX
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Special tv.
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Cor, Twelfth Street and Letee