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j ' j 1862-1883.
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Com'l Am., between Vtb and 10th Sts.
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Loss and Gain.
"I wa taken tick a year ago
With bllloBi fever."
MMy doctor proDouoced me cured, but I
got sick agaio, with terrible pains in my
- back and aides, and I got to bad I
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From 228 lbs. to 120! I bad been doc
toring for mr liver, but it did me no good
I did not eipect to live more than three
months. I beian to use Uop Bitters. Di
rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
tne, fciy entire system seemed renewed as
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weigh more than I did before. To Hop
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Dublin. June 6. '81. R.Fitzpatrick.
Maiden, Mice., Feb. 1. 180. Gentlemen
' I suffered with attack of lick Headache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
'The first bottle
Nearly cured me;"
The second made me as well and strong
as when a child,
"And I bave 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
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know of the
' "Lives of eight persons"
In mv neighborhood that have been
savsd by vour bitters,
And manv more are using them with
DomiraclesT Mrs. E. D. Slack.
How to Gut Sick. Eip'se yourself day
and nicrbt : eat too much without exercise
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time: take all the vile nostrums adver
tised. and then vou will want to know how
tn cret well, which is answered in three
words take flop Bitters!
The experience In the treatment of Cancer with
a unitir in H. s.l would aeem to warrant na
In saying that it will enre thte much dreaded
seouree. Persons so afflicted are invited to cor
respond with as.
t kalian H(fi' SDectfic has saved my life. I
t.a .irnii inat nf of the nDDer out ot mv bad
and my arms from the polsonons effects of a law
cancer on my neca, irum wuitu i uu ui
fnr an .irl M fl . 8. hai relieved me of all sore
ness, sad the poison is being forced oat of my sys
tem. 1 will soon D Weil, n "
Davis boro, Ga
Tn mnntha aim mr attention was called to the
eaaa of a woman afflicted wiib a cancer on ber
heulder at least 5 Inches in circumference, angry
painful, and giving tns patient no reat oey i
nlsht fnr s mnntha. I obtained a snpplv of Swift'
Specific for her. She has taken 5 bonier and the
alow Is enUrelv healed np, only a very small scab
remaining, and her heal'h is better than for 9 years
past; seems tone penectiy curea.
Dir. Jsibi H. Cakfbsll, Columbns, Gs.
I have ieen remarkable results from nse of
Swift's Specific on a cancer. A young man near
hire ha baen afflicted live years with the most
anarv looking eating cancer I ever saw, and was
.lent ih flmt h tt e made a wonderful
change, and' after five bottle, were taken, he Is
nearly or quite well. It is trnlv woncierrui.
M. F. Cbuhlit, M. P., Oglethorpe, Ga.
,VNDIRLIPAND INSIOK OF CHEEK EATEN
A WAX 01 UAIHV&n.
mj father had an eating cancer for several years.
which had eaten away his under lip sad ths in
of his cheek, down to the bottom of his Bums
We got some nf Swift's Specific and gave him. and
the affect has been wonderful almost miraculous
Ths sores are au neaiea, and be 1 perfectly well
Xvery one here said ti la only a question of time
boat his death, ai d his enre baa created the great-
set excitement In this part of the country. I hope
jroi will publish about my father's cure, and send
so some circulars to give to my friends aad the
aflUCted. VV. iJATHBOr.
South Xastoa, Mass., Jan. 7, 188.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
t v i tree to applicants. ,
THE 8WIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
v Drawerfi. Atlanta, Ga.
H. T. Office, 1M W.ttd St., .between Sixth and
The Daily Bulletin.
Communicated : A private masquer
ade at the residence ot Mr. I'eter Ehs, in
the upper part of the city last Thursday
ight was one of the crowning social events
of the season. Tin affair was entirely
under the management ot the young ladies,
composing the fairer half of the social cir
cle, bearing the ntme of "The Brown Jug,"
which although not generally known to
our amusement or society people has ex
isted in our midst for some time, and has
occasioned many very social gatherings.
be young ladies spared no pains in their
undertaking, as tho 15 couple to whom
fell the good fortune of being present will
fully attest. The costumes were in
many instances handsome, even gorgeous,
while on the other hand could be seen
gliding over the floors, beings so weird and
and mysterious as tj cause a general feeling
superstition among the spectators as
as the mazy maskers themselves,
hour of eleven, however,
quilled all fiars, when all were
ordered to unmask, and instead ot mighty
kings, queens or warriors, dragons, ghosts
or witches appeared the radiant and pleas
ant countenances, of friends their shouts of
laughter, and frolic ringing through
the handsome and spacious parlors. About
this time fun and frolio gave way to an ele
gant serenade by the "Cairo Sextette."
Messrs. Pbillis, TarUers, Scuub, Hwoboda,
Boicourt and Wumderlich, who delighted
their hearers with some of the finest music
we have had the pleasure of bearing and a
treat it was indeed for tuoae who were
present. At 12 o'clock the light-hearted
dancers were again made happy in the
shape of a lunch,' cotlee, cake, ete., which
was much relished, while thanks flowed in
profusion upon the gallant young ladies
who had prepared it. iapper over, the
tripping feet were again put in motion to
the music of "O'Briea's Dispensers," and
not until the balm of sleeu
had begun to make itself telt
which was quite at a late hour, was the
dsncing discontinued, when the young
men were agreeably as well as carefully
escorted to their homes by the gallant
lassies. Too much praise can not be ac
corded these yuung ladies for the excellent
manner in which they carried out their
programme and we can safely say, espec
tally, that in this direction do they rival if
not eclipse their male friends. This most
pleasant occasion will oe green torever in
the memories of the participants, and in
closing let us say that tho "Brown Jug
Qirls" bave added another to their list of
successes, and this time "covered themselves
A large audieace assembled at Whitney's
Opera House last night to witness the pro
duction of Augus'.en Daly s Comedy of "7
20-8," which is one ot the best and bright
est comedies, presented by one of the best
balanced and most excellent companies
seen here for many a day. It is very well
mounted, all the stage business is well
done, the actors are, every one of them,
capable, the dialogue is not only at all
times bright and witty, but at times posit
ively brilliant. "7-20-8 ' is the catalogue
number of a portrait placed on exhibition
by a painter, who has taken the liberty in
bis work of changing the hue of the hair of
the original of "7-20-8," "Flos Bargiss."
An English lord, represented in tb comedy
by proxy, falls in love with the portrait and
commissions "Signor Palmira Tamborini"
to seek out the original, but the original
be is seeking turns out to be the dog repre
seated in the picture with "Flos." "Court
ney Corliss," a gentleman of leisure, also
falls in love with the portrait, discovers,
woos and wins the original, despite the
rivalry of the suppositious lord and the
coquetry of Miss Flos. "Mr. Lancelot
Bargiss" is the paternal parent of "Flos,
and is the infatuated victim of the literary
hobby of his wite, and the wiles of "rrofes
tor Oasleigh," who is a bon vivant, as well
as "founder of a refuge for out casts of the
pen." "Mr. end Mrs. Hollyhock" are the
son-in-law" of Bargiss," and are very prop
or, indeed, save tnat "Mr. Holly Hoc it," is
too much interested in prize
potatoes and the ballet to please his
wife, who is of au ardent disposition
With the love adventures of "Flos" and
"Corliss," and the woes into which the
blandishments of the "Professor" and the
hohby of Mrs. Bargiss" plunged the fee
tive "Bargiss" and his guileless "son-in
law" the plot deals.
"Floss is a decided success, one por
trayt tho ccquttish yet warm hearted maid
en to perfection. "Barrisa," comedy act
ing is unusually good. He does not overdo
and indulges in no horse-play to extort un
willing laughter. His representation of
the unsuspicious country gentleman, fired
with a sudden ambition for literary honor,
was a decided success. "Professor Gos
leigh." the tempter and "founder," is also
excellent. The "Courtney Corliss" of tho
play, understands the business of making
love, a rare stage quality, and keeps the
audience interested in the progress of his
affections, and Us gradual usurpation of
bachelor ahynest and mistrust. "Signor
Palmira Tambinni," gives a bit of cbarac
ter acting almost as goud in its way as
Curtis' "8am1 of Poaen.' His English
misnronunciation is delicious.
Of the remainder of the cast it is unnec
ossary to speak farther than to say that ono
and all are fit perfectly into their respective
parts, and enable the comedy to move tor
ward with unvarying ease and smoothness,
Epilepsy of Nine Yean.
"I thank the giver of all good gifts,'
writes J. N. Marshall. ofGranby. Newton
Co., Mo., "forgiving me Samaritan Nervine
It cured my daughter! epileptic nts, or u
years standing." Get at druggists. ' $1.80,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
W. F. Lambdix. nrer editor of Cbm Bpllstisi
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
klndaof eteaeaboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Kuropean Uotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river ' marked by the gauge at this
port t 0 p. ui. ii feet 0 inches and ris
Chattanooga, Feb. . River 80 feet 6
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Feb. 9. River 63 feet 0
9. River 40 feet
-River 40 feet 9 inch-
3 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 9.-
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 9. River 21 feet 8 inch
es and falling.
8t Louis, Feb 9. River 13 feet 0 inch
es and falling.
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
arrived here yesterday morning at 9
'clock. 8ho was flat iu the water, added
about 150 tons and departed for New Or
leans at 8 p. m. with all the freight she
could safely handle. She had a nice pas
senger trip. .
The City of Ilslena from St. Louis re
ported here at noon yesterdsy on her way
to Vicksburg. She had a splendid trip of
freight and passengers and pulled out with
the Baton Rouge.
Yesterday was quite eold, nearly down
to freezing point. We hope it will get
down to zero and stay there until the rivers
take a tumble.
The Hsnry A. Tyler left Memphis for
Cairo Wednesday evening the 6th instant,
tnd up to this writing had not reported
hero. It is likely she has been detained
in helping the people at points below to
points of safety with their families, stock,
The Ella Eimbrough's present up stream
trip is the best trip she ever had since she
was built sad she will report here to-night
full of freight and people
The W. P. Halliday from New Orleans
arrived here at 3 p. m. yesterday. She had
good up stroam trip, discharged 1,536
bales ot cotton at the Vincennes wharf and
150 bblt of oil at the I. C; departed for St
Louis at 8 p. m.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
will arrive here to-night tor Cincinnati.
Look out for the flag ship of the Cumber
and. She will report here to-day and as
soon as she can discharge her trip will turn
back for Nashville. See W. F. Lambdin,
passenger agent, and get your tickets
The Jas. W. Gaff, with Capt. J. D. Moore
master, and Mr. Jas. Surtees in the office,
will arrive early to morrow morning on her
way to Cincinnati. The Gaff is one of the
most popular boats on the river. W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent.
l ne lius j owier arrived at 6 :45 p. m.
yesterday. She had a big trip about 1800
sacks of corn, and some 30 odd passengers,
also a flat loaded with lumber. She left on
her return trip ai 6 p. m.
The E. M. Norton left here yesterday
evening lor waoasn river, sue nas two
barges in tow to losd with corn.
The officers of the W. P. Halliday state
that they passed the Golden Rule hard
aground near Point Pleasant and that it
will take a rise of three feet to release her
from her ugly position, so much for taking
risks running in the fog.
Mr. J. B. Jones, of the firm of Frazien
Jones St Co., extensive wholesale dealers in
boots and shoes at Piducah, also Mr. Ed.
Woolfolk, jr., representing the Paducah
furniture manufactory, arrived here yester
day on the steamer Fowler. They brought
with them one of the prettiest beats we ever
looked at, the boat or skiff is 18 feet long,
40 inch beam and has a capacity for 3,000
pounds. It is built of birch, handsomely
finished and highly ornamented. ' Mr.
Jones had it built in Racine, Wisconsin,
especially for making commercial tours.
They Isave here this evening for Columbus
and will take in all points to Memphis and
probably as low as Vicksbure.
, The thousands who suffered with rheu
matism and neuralgia had a hard time of
it till tho ducover of Atblophoros. Now
the needn't suffer if they don't want to. S.
R. Dennen, D. D., Third Congregational
Church, New Haven, writes thus: "Have
long been a victim of rheumatism. During
a recent severe attack I commenced to take
Athlophoros on Friday, Sunday I was in
my pulpit. Monday I went to Boston well,
and have remained so. You bave indeed
found a specigc."
An Incident of tho War.
The wife of Governor Robie, of Maine,
recently made an address at a Grange
meeting, and her remarks were pub-
. lished with complimentary comments
in a Georgian magazine. Then Gover
nor Robie wrote to tho editor, thanking
. him for his courtesy, and addiug: "It
was my fortune to be au ollieer in tho
Union army. A little incident occur
red in tho seven days' battle in front of
, Richmond, Va,, which I shall never
forget. I was tempjrarily assisting in
caring for, wounded prisoners, and
while discharging that duty 1 found
Colonel Lamar, of Georgia, who was
severely wounded by a uiiuie ball,
which uad penetrated the .groin, mak
ing a fearful wound. Tho surgeons
wore discussing the nocessity of ampu
tation at tho hip joint ' Colonel Lamar
asked me to use my Influence 1 against
such a course,' whioh 1 did,' being my
self a surgeon and physician. Ho ask
ed me for a blanket, Which I was ' very
S'ad to find ,ryul present to him. After
is little . episode, circumstances re
quired that 1 should leave with haste,
and,, although I have, often inquired, I
hare never .learned the fate of that
breve officer. My only object in raak-
jniKmo, iTEBKUAKY 10, 1881.
ujr mention of this Incident U to ' in
quire of you whuthcr Colonel Lamar
still lives?" Tho Georgia qditor wrote
to Colonel Lamar, member of the State
Legislature, and received from him and
forwarded to Governor Robie a Teply,
snying: "Yes; I am tho Coionel Lamar
to whom Governor Ruble refers. 1 was
wounded while lending my ' regiment iu
a chnrgo. . . . Well do l' remcm
Lur the kind gentk'niuu who intei posed
in ruy buhalf. I was very grateful. I
need uot bu aslmiued to tell you that
my tears bore witiiest to tho sincerity
and forco of my feelings. I love him
like a broiher, and he shall find mo one
indued if the wouder-working dispensa
tions of Providence should ever place
him In tho want of a brother's arm or
mind or bosom."
Herr Krupp, the great Gorman gun- I
maker, wlwo works are said to nave
turned out, 20,000 cannons, is described
as a tall rind rather stern looking man,
with sloping shoulders, a long neck,
and full wh.te board. Ho is delicate,
nervous, and intellectual, aad looks
like a clergyman. His ouly son and
heir, Fritz Krupp, who will succeed to
an estate valued at iMO.OOO.OW), is
aninventor of considerable ability
and is thoroughly familiar with his
A Uate Evidence of Eeflnement
is a row of well polished teeth. People of
vulgar instincts are very apt to neglect
theirs. Cleanliness demands careful atten
tion to the teeth, and experience indicates
SOZODONT as the safest and surest means
of retrieving thsir losses of beauty and vigor.
It removes impurities upon and between
them; imparts to sort 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, hav8 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 Bat lay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
ARKANSAS1 AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of tbe choicest farming and grazing
lacus in tne world, ranging in price from
12.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of eta
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
tbe Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid lor tickets or freight
over tne companies lines.
II. C. Townsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo,
Public notice is hereby given that the under
signed Henrietta Hun er, of Gallatin. Mo., will,
on tbe 10th day of March. 1884. make an aDOllea.
Hon to the Governor of the State of l.liools for tbe
pardon of one James Turner, who was convicted of
an assault to murder, at tbe May term, 1879, of the
Airianner count circuit court.
Dated at Cairo, 111., tola 9th day of Feb. A.D. ISM
flOd-lw Un behaifof James Turner.
ASTER'S 8 ALU.
Stats o Illinois 1 Circuit Court of
Vis. Alexander County.
County or Alexandkb In Chancery.
Mary Hode9, Wary Hods, jr., Sarah Jane
Uudges and John Alexander Hodges.
Public notice is hereby given that, in pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court in
tbe ab ve entitled cause, on the 21st day of Jan
uary, A. D. 188 ,1, Alexander H. Irrin, master
in chancery of the said circuit court of Alexander
eountv, will, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 18TH DAT OF FEB OTA
at the honr of 11 o'clock In the - forenoon,
at the southwesterly door of the court bouse In the
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash,
all and singular, the following described
premises and real entote in said decree
mentioned, situate In ths county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient to satisfv isid decree, to-wit: The north
west quarter of the southeast quarter of section
one (1), in township sixteen (10), south and in
range two (3) west of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, January 32d, 1884.
ALEX. H. IHV1N.
Master In Chancery ,
Mnlkey A Leek, Complainant's Solicitors.
Q.EORGE H. LEACD, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
(Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of snrglcal diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposite tbe Post
office, Cairo, 111.
J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR axo MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFICE Eights Street, near Commercial Avenue
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. 186 Commercial Avenue, between
Kvl't'i and Vtiitb Streets
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
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ICT BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEIi
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Mew and complete flutel, fronting o. Levee
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Lome and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and St. Loutu Raiiwava
are all just across tbe street; while the Steamboat
banning out one square dlatanta
1 his Uotol la heated bv ateam. haa itaain
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells,
Antomatlc Flre-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
pertoct sewerage and complete appointment .
oauern lurmam&KS: perfect service: and an un
nice lied table.
Li. 1 PARK ICR Ac CO.. IeaewMM
It la a liarmloM vegetable aynin, very delicious to
the tuate. Uellevea at once and la a pusiUve cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy,
Dirtcttimi In In tanjvngf) accompany every bottle.
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ALL PISEA8K8 OK THE BLOOD. 8TOMACIT.
Liver, lliiweN ni Kldnpvn: fnr all dlaeiwm origin
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Mutely VfKetntilc, rwtnrea tb. tilnod U a healthy
mndittun, rek'iilmiiiv exrenwa and supplying de
ficiencies and irventa diaeaae.
Dirtctimt in ten languaget accompany every txMU.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
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For Sale bv
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Snecial Atrts. in this oitv.
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AT CAIRO t ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tke
Law of 1883.
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me lawa of 1872.
JOHN H. ROBINSON.
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Hums Laavs Camo:
3:05 a m. Mail,
Arriving in Bt. Louis 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, 8:80 p.m. I
Connecting at Odin and Bmngham for Cincin
nati, louis vine, inaiaaapons ana points it
p. m. Fnal St. IjOuIsi
VVesjtern Express. .
Arriving in St. Louts 8:45 n.
m., and connecting
11 points West.
3:45 p.m. Jftvat Express.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louts
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Express,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville SiSB
a.m.; tnaianapoiia :ub a.m. Passengers av
this train reach the above points IU to 36
uumo in advance oi any otner route.
Hr-TheS:50 p. m. exDreas has PTTLLMAM
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time East.
Po ociDTi rrnTa nT to' 1Ine K through to East.
a iwovutuo ern ooints without an dalat
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Haturdar after-
loon train from Cairo arrive! In new York Monday
nornlug at 10:35. Thirty-six bourn in advanced
nv otner route.
ISf-For through tickets and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
4. U. JUNES, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Gen. Papa. Aennt. Chicago
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