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TUTTS HAIR DYE.
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TITTI MAMAIQF UIEFII IECEIPTS Fl.
The Daily Bulletin.
COKCLCDED FROM FOURTH PAQK.
men of the state reside here. The old San
Gabriel Mission church is still standing
and is used by tbe Catholic for worship.
It is built of sundried brick and covered
with roof tileinjr brought from Mexico;
three large hells hang epen to view under
the roof of one department of the church
where they htve done duty, in calling- the
devoted worehippsrs to mass for over a bun
dred years. Great changes have taken
place since the sound of those old bells
first echoed in the valley, yet their chimes
are the same to-day they ever have bees.
Just north ef San Gabriel four miles in the
Sierra Madre Villa, a beautiful summer
and winter resort. Pomona some miles
further east is a fine settlement where ex
tsnsive improvements are going on In way
of settling up the country, planting or
chards and vineyards and getting water on
to tbe lands. Ontario some thirty-fire
miles east of Los Angeles bids fair to be
a medel settlement; the land is good and
lies well and there is already quite a settle,
meat there, though comparatively but a
new place. From tbe depot up through
the town there is laid out an avenue several
hundred feet wide extending to the base
of the mountain seven miles. On each side
of the avenue, and through the centre rows
of palm and othsr trepic trees are planted.
It is proposed to put a cable line of street
cars on the avenue.
Colton is 60 miles east of Los Angeles
and ths junction of the Southern California
R. R. lading to San Diego, . 130 : miles to
the coast and north to this place three miles
Ban Bernardino is the county seat of tbe
county ef the same name, and the largest
county in the state, if not in the United
States; it is half u large as the state of
New Tork. Tbe tewn is located in the
San Bernard mo valley one of the finest
agricultural regions to be found anywhere.
In 1851 the title te tbe lands of this section
was transferred to the Mormons who settled
here under the leadership of Lyman Reid
and Banks. It was sub-divided into farms
and sold to actual settlers. The town site
was laid out one mile square and like most
of Mormon towns, the streets run at right
angles and are wide, the blocks and lots
large, or were so when first laid out. It is
said that it was the inteoticn of Brig
ham Young to make this ths
leading city of the Mormons
and seat of government. But the Mormon
war of 1857 caused him to change his
mind, and to centralize his strength in
Utah, hence all his loyal subjects were or
dered to leave here and move to Utah,
which they did as soon as they could ar
range for the journey. Ths Josephites who
disbelieve in polygamy and were not very
strong in the friendship of Young, mestly
remained here. When the Mormons were
preparing to leave here, lands and houses
ceuld be bought for a song. The settle
ment being isolatsd from other settlements,
a rough class of people gathered in, and for
a time a state of affairs bordering on bar
barism prevailed. The advent of the S. P,
R. R. brought in a better class of citizens;
the old leaven of wickedness hat been to
a large extent washed out, so that at this
prsssnt writing tbe town is going ahead
with rapid strides towards a prosperity aad
state of society equal to any in the state.
There are yet a few semi-civilized Indians
here, with a smart sprinkling of Mexicans
and eld fogy settlers, who have not an idea
for enterprise above a hovel to live in, a
few coarse rations and a dram of miserable
whisky to subsist on. But they are being
crowded out at a rapid rate before the rush
of a human wave that is rolling over this
coast, bringing industry and a higher civili
zation with it. This town is coming out of
her grave clothes of must and rust, and put
ting on the brightness of a busy, thriving
city. Business blocks are going up here
and there, and many fine residences grace
the tewn, with a number of church spires
pointiog heavenward the most convincing
preot of all else as to the state ef society.
A oumber of select schools are in session
in the town. A finej eourt house and ele
gant opera building ornament the town. A
few of the old time sun-dried brick build
ings yet remain, but ,are giving place one
after tbe other to elegant buildings after
the modern style of architecture. Groves
of cotton wood grow throughout the sur
rounding country; it is the principal timber
lining ths streets; however, there are numer
ous evergreen tress, suce as the cypress, or
ange, olive and othsr ornamental trees of a
tropical nature. There is plenty of excel
lent surface water, and artesian wells are
found all through the town. Artesian
wells can be had at a depth 'of from 30 to
300 feet Ii. certain respects this locality
has superior advantages in way of climate
and the successful cultivating of all kinds
of fruits, of which more anon. J. 8. F.
When, medical science admitted that
Rheumatism and Neuralgia had their seat
in the blood, it remained to find a success
ful rrmedy for the poisonous acid which
causod them. That remedy has ben found.
It has been named Athlopborob, which is
a Greek word composed of "athlon," a
prize, and "phero," to bear away, that is
"bearing away tbe prize." And this it does
both in promptitude and finul efficiency.
Says Mrs. Eliza Evans, of Upper Derby,
Delaware county, Penn.s "After the third
dose of AtblopbToros I rested tetter than
I had done for months." -
OAIRO BULLETIN: '
w. v . ..ABBDiif, river eauor of Tub Btolbtiii
and steamboat : passenger SKent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printlbK solicited. Office
at nower s oaropean Hotel. No. 7 Obi levee.
' STiSBS OF THK R1VKB.
The river marked by the eausre at this
port at I p. m'. 40 feet 10 inches and ris
Chattanooga, Feb. 7. River 13 feet 4
inches and tailing. '
Cincinnati, Feb. 7. River 61 . feet 8
inches and rising.
Leuisvills; Feb. 7. River 38 feet
5 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 7. River 38 feet 5 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Feb. 7. River 81 feotJ8 inch
es and falling. '
Bt Louis, Feb 7. River 15 feet 0 inch
es and falling. !
RIVER ITElfS. .
Pres Byrner, recently clerk on the Gus
Fowler, was out' airing himself yesterday.
He says he is . going to interview Mayor
Halliday to day in regard to the muddy
streets. Pres . seriously protests, against
Cairo mud, but say's she'e a daisy when it
comes to good old bourbon. '
Tbe river batik in the vicinity of the
wharf and the government gauge was visit
ed by all classes yesterday, regardless of
class, creed, shade or color, and all were
speculating as to the result of the high
waters, nearly everybody predicting the
greatest flood ever known but we take the
position that the flood will not reach 43
feet here. It is true that the rise at Pitts
burg and Cincinnati is alarming, but the
reports from Cincinnati last evening show
that the rise has about spent its force and
it will not come within twe feet of tbe rise
The Gus Fowler had another fine trip
yesterday about 1500 sacks of corn and
a cabin full of people. She left for Padu
cah at 6:80 p. m.
Reports from above along the Ohio be
tween Eransyille and Paducah are that
millons of bushels of corn is lying along
tbe banks and if not taken away in the
next 24 hours at the present rate of rise in
the Ohio the corn will nearly all be lost.
Now would be a good time for boats not
particularly engaged to make a good haul.
The Belle of Shreveport with 700 tons of
freight and 53 cabin people passed up for
Cincinnati at 6 p. m.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati has
one of the best trips she ever carried since
she was built and leaves here this morning
Tor New Orleans.
Bob Jones, freight agent of tbe O. Line,
is complaining and threatened with rheu
matism.' The Henry A. Tyler left Memphis Wed
nesday evsning for this port. She will re
port here to-night and return Saturday
evening to Memphis.
The Baton RoUge leaves here to-day
for New Orleans. She has a fine trip.
Tbe City of Helena for Yicksburg is due
this evening from St. Louis.
The Hudson did not leave St. Louis
Wednesday. We were informed she would
leave St. Louis on her regular day this
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville failed
to materalize yesterday, probably she b&s
gone after some of that corn threatened by
high water. '
The Mary Houston fr New Orleans and
the Buckeye State for Memphis both adver
tised to leave Cincinnati this week have
laid over at Ciacinnati until the river
assume something like respectable propor
tions. The heavy coal fleets passed down yes
teraay aa it was late in the evening we
were unable to ascertain the names of the
The Paris 0. Brown is the next big O.
Line due from New Orleans for the 'Ven
ice of America," Cincinnati, her date here
is Sunday the 10th.
The D. R. Powell left for St. Louis yes
The Montana from St. Louis passed up
for Tennessee river yesterday at 1 p. m.
The present rise at Pittsburg is the great
est known there since 1832 and has occa
sioned untold distress.
Capt. Wash Thompson, of the Belle of
Shreveport, says his boat will be in the
mardy graw" fleet sure.
Capt. Billy Williams says the Cairo and
St. Louis narrow-gauge will now run in op
position to steamboats by water as the
track is under water.
About 2 o'clock Thursday morning the
coal fleet lying at the coal dump just above
the elevator, there were 17 pieces in the
fleet loaded and empty, mostly loaded with
coal, one barge had several hundred bar
rels of oil on bonrd. The fleet was torn
loose from its mooriags by heavy drift and
floated on down until it came in contact
with the wharfboat and the City of Cairo,
which was lying at wharfboat No. 2. re
ceiving freight. It jarred the Cairo severe
ly and tore here nosing up some. Curren
Redman says when the boat struck the
wharf be thaurht another earthauake had
called on him. The tucs went to the
rescue ef the , fleet and . they are now all
back at headquarters.
, The violation of any of nature's laws
brings its warning by the feeling of dis
comfort. Exposure will indue - colds,
throat diseases, consumption, etc., all of
which give warning by a troublesome
cough. Use : Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in
time, and remove both the cause aad effect
of jour discomfort.
MORNING, FEBRUARY. 8. 1881.
Never Give Ud.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, Dy all means procure a bottle of
x-uxmo Diners, you will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
"... luopirea wun new me jsfrengtn
and activity will return pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
nuy cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
A Mote Evidence of Refinement
'ow ot well polwhed teeth. People of
u.ki lusuncts are very apt to neglect
theirs. Cleanliness demands careful atten
LwthB tBeth' BDd "Perience indicates
SOZODONT aa the safest and surest means
of retrieving their losses of beauty and vigor.
It removes impurities upon and between
them; imparts to soft or shrivelled gums
the hardness and rosiness of coral; makes
the breadth fragrant and lends to feminine
lips an additional charm.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed bv the
wonderful medicine.. Call at - Bai lay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
seres of tbe choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$3.00 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 and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the 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 formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowNfKND, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Stati or Illinois 1 Circuit Court of
ss. Alexander County.
Cocntt of Aliiandkb In Chancery.
Mary Hodges, Wary Hodges, Jr., 8arah Jane
lludges and John Alexander flodges.
r, u, Partition.
Public notice is hereby given that. In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said conn in
the ab ive entitled cause, on thu 21st day of Jan
uary, A. D. 188 , 1, Alexander H. Irvin, master
In chancery of the said circuit court of Alexander
count?, will, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 13TH DAT OF FERIiUA
KY, at th hour of 11 oVlock In the forenoon,
at the southwesterly door - f tne -oiirt bouse in the
city of Cairo, county or Al xauiter aad state of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash,
all and singular, the following descr.bed
premises and real estate In said decree
mentioned, situate in the connty of Alexander and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall bo
sufficient to satisfy said decree, to-a-H: Th north
west quarter of the southeast quarter or station
one (1), in township sixteen (lrt),sonth and tn
range two(2) went of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, January v2d, 1881
ALEX. H. IHVIN. ,
, Master In Chancery
Malkey A Leek, Complainant's Solicitors.
Q.EORGE a. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention d aid to the HnmAnmaihlr iruot.
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
office, Cairo, IU.
etroet. opposite the Post-
QR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTRO-VAPOR a MEDICATED
. administered daily.
A lady In attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCELYN,
omcE-KIgtita Btreet, near Comnereia! Avenn
JK. E W. WIIITLOCK,
72 j " 188 Commercial Avenue, between
.iMj.ua mum ntreets
rjiOE CITY NATIOxS AL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TH08. W. HALLIUAY
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROS8, President.
U. WKLL.8, Cashier.
I P. NSFF, VlcaPres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
.Cairo I William Vtinta .Cairo
Peter Neff " I Wlili.m wi
C.M Oetcrloh. ...... " I C. O. Pa tier.
B. A. under.. I H. Wells;.....-...
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.: , - ; ,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
ElChantra Sold anil knnsKt ' tntaraat n.M It
the HavlnKs Departassat. Collections nado and
all bulnasa promptly attended to,
i ' A ...
V- 1 ...i. J -.W-to- si.j
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
Ralieved and cured without surniclnl operation, truss tortttra or detention from labor by Dr. J. A.
Shernisn s sy.-tom. Patients fro.n abroad can recelT traatment and leive for home same car. Kap
ture aDd truces cause lumbago, kldne - and bladder affections, affct the nervous system, Impair -m-innood
and lirirnj on impot.-ncr and other deplorable ailments. All thee troubles removed and
primitive SOUlldniUIS rnllnrml hi l)r hrnin'i tra.linunt ;ih ..iu... J J
I. ..11 ., J - " - - uww, tw .u WJU.IIIUUIH lUUUIHU.IIIf IUW
tbe past thiny-nve years from physicians, merchants, , clergymen, farmers and- others who have beam
enred, mallei f.mtii cents. 0'ie Sranhe, ef the Vienna Institute, St. Louis. Mo., ha altered tha Ilka. .
ness or cured na' leuH In Dr. Snermm'a Illustrated
llHnes them as patlenn to hu cured. This bold fraud to dupe the affiicte i Is fully exposed in aa Ulos-
truted CirCtl ar which in limit tn in . una ulhn wrffna f.kr It riin.. .....tln. ... JT. .I
datly comina from a 1 parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at Now York olflc.l
cruanwar, nonaay, luesnayand Saturday eacb
rJ7 H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mmnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1H77, nndor
the laws of 1872.
JOHN H. ROWNSON..
WM. STRATT N
J. A.. (JOLU8TINK
C. W. DUNNING
, Prosi don t
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAB.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton 4 Bird, I'roiers.JCalro, 111.,
J. A. (toldvtine, ofiioldsttne & Rosenwater, whole
sale ana retu dry goodie. W. Dunning. M. D
Pres. Ud. V I Ex., for Pensions: Albert Lewis
commotio . iiteahitiit; J. H. Kobinson, county
juage an" notary purine; wm. y. Pttcber. com
broker and insurance agent; K. II. Halid, citj
street supervisor; M. I'hillii s, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretarv: K. V,
P'.ercejattorney-at-law, DuQuoin 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial liauk, Ashler. III.; Albert
llayden. cashier of Ueorge Connelly 4 Co., Spring-
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This Hotel is heated hv Hteam. has atam
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