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She is over-worked, poor thing!
she determined to keep expenses
down, and do the work herselC'
Right nobly has she done it, but at
terrible cost. The sparkle that was
in ner eye wnen she was a bride is
gone. Her once plump and rosy
cneeKs are now noiiow and color
less. She used to step lightly and
gracefully, but now she drags one
foot after the other with painful
For the sake of the family she
does not mention her aching back,
'her acutely painful nerves, her
rheumatic twinges, her dyspeptic
troubles, or the heavy weight she
feels in her right side, that tells her
her liver is going wrong. She thinks
nobody knows about all that, and
she will suffer on in quiet and un
repining patience. Alas ! her secret
is anopen onc.for it tells itsown tale.
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rrom these source arie three foorthi of
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Mm doty, Vtiilneaa, Flattering at the
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oause no nausea or gTirHng nor Interfere
with dally work and aro a perfect
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HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN.
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man." W. I). EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
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as n 1
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The Daily Bulletin.
Story or a Young Man Who Several
Times Kueli Work Saw Ilia
A local physlchn with a slight lean
ing toward spiritualism was met by a
riportor yesterday, who, in a casual
sort of way, asked him whether he had
hoard of the Btory, now going tho
rounds of tho press, concerning the
Philadelphia bride, who sued her hus
band for a divorce, because she saw his
"doublo" in the room almost every
night immediately after 12 o'clock.
"You will remember tho groom him
self admitted seoing tho double on such
occasions, but said lie was in a sort of
a trance at the timo, and was perfectly
helpless either to arouse himself or go
to his wife's assistance," said the re
porter. "Yes, I have mad an account of that
affair, and though ihreo or four yoars
ago I should be inclined to laugh at it
as a piece of foolishness or look upon
it in the light of a horrible nightmare,
I must confess that, taking all the cir
cumstances into consideration, I must
believe every word of it. The news
paper account of the bride leaving her
bed and approaching the chadow at
the glass may be exaggerated some
what, but from investigation of other
cases of similar nnture I am forced to
the confession that I am confirmed in
my belief that tho account was a truth-
"And you firmly believe 'that while
the groom was in bed, cold and appar
ently lifeless' his double, his exact coun
terpart was in front of the bureau glass,
"Indeed I do."
'What reason have you for thinking
"I could cite several reasons; but
Tt mo state to you something which
happened in this very city only two
years ago, and I think I can convince
you that I have some reason to believe
in this strange occurrence. A hand
somely dressed lady of good standing
in society called upon me, accompanied
by her 18-year-old son, who was to all
appearances, perfectly healthy and as
bright as any boy of his age could be.
The lady unhesitatingly said that she
did not know as I coull help her any,
'but,' she continued, 'I have tried hard
to believe that ho i3 troubled with sotjo
disease of a peculiar nature which per
haps, can be cured.' She finally told
me that two or three times every week,
in the dead of night, while sleeping
in his chamber, her son apparently
fhints away, and with eyes wide open
stares at a perfect counterpart of him
self of a shadowy nature stalking into
the room. The mysterious figure walks
up and down the room, remains there
two or three minutes, and then vanish
es as the traditional ghosts are said to
"The boy was perfectly able to re
count his experience when ho regained
consciousness, and once or twice, other
members of the household, believing
the boy's story to be nothing but a
dream or nightmare, went to bed with
him, and they went through the same
experience as the Philadelphia bride
you speak of. The boy was as cold as
death as his imago stalked into the
chamber and vanished."
"Did you effect a cure?"
"Certainly not It is incurable. It
is not a disease, but something which I
cannot explain. The persq afi'ectod
ia lifeless. His spirit leaves him and
takes a shadowy form '
"llien you believe in spiritualism? '
"How can I do otherwise?" I slept
wiin me Doy one nignt lor the purpose
of convincing mystlf. and I shall never
forget that night as long as I live. I
thought the matter over from timo to
time, looked up several authorities on
such matters, and the result is that I
know as much about it now as I did
when I started. To sum it up, it is not
a disease or an optical i lusion, but a
ttubboru, indisputable fact, and more
than that I cannot say. There may be
some people inclined to laugh at that
Philadelphia story; but I look at it in a
more serious light, and worthy of any
amount of study and investigation." ,
Home Is a place of rest. If it fails in
this it is an utter failure. Rest is not
idleness, but recuperation. Inactivity
tends to dullness and torpidity; rest
producos energy and activity. The
methods of rest may widely vary. Re
clining on a lounge, sleep at night, or
sitting may superinduce rest; but not
these alone. Palatable food, specially
adapted to the needs of the system,
and which will replace the tissues
wasted in labor; agreeable conversa
tion, mental exhilaration and other in
fluences tend to rest. Home should
always produce freedom from care,
and where its conditions are favorable
to this it is a place of rest. What these
conditions may be depend on taste,
habit and a thousand personal pecu
liarities; but, as a rule, home can be
adapted to meet them all. A kind
greeting, the play and.prattle of child
ren, the easy chair, wrapper and slip
pers, the home interests, the new at
mosphere all tend to soothe and rest
A pleasant table adds to this. The
most delightful meal of tho day should
be at tho end of the day. It contri
butes to tho restfulness of home. It
should be partaken of leisurely, en
joyably, and be appetizing an 1 good.
A bright homo is rrs.ful. Rest in
volves change. Business wearies, and
at the end of the day the nerve forco
of hard workers is greatly reduced.
Sensitive nerves are easily jarred. And
it is these ' that need rest' Hence the
' calling away of the mind from the day's
cares, and clothing it with new sur
roundings so that the past is dissipated
and the present is grateful and agree
able, Involves the very essence of rest
A home that can provide this is always
attractive. It may be plain and rude,
or elaborate and costly. Iu cither case,
if it meets the unexpressed want of a
tired nature, it is home. But if the old
cares yield to new, and tho irritations
of business merely give place to other
annoyances at home, it is not a place
of rest It only adds to weariness and
irritation. The art of making home
homelike is the best that a wife can
possess,' and if the children are well
trained along that line it becomes a
pot the dearest on earth.
CAIRO BPLLETW: FKIDAf , MORNING, FEBRUARY
RIVER NEWS, .
W. P. tAiiBDnf, n?er eauurol i'm BollbtiH
and stesmbont paieuirer BKont. Orders for all
... 'tboat Job priming solicited. Offlca
atBowar s Kurupesa Hotol. No. 71 Oblo leee.
TiMS OF TBS BITER. '
The river . marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 48 feet i inches and ris
ing. . Chattanooga, Feb. U. RWer Jl feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 14. River 71 feet 1
inches and rising.
LaWille, . Feb. 14. River 45 feet
7 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 14.-River 48 feet 7 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Feb. 14. River 17 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
8t Louis, Feb 14. River 14 feet 4 inch
es and rising.
Tha Arkansas City from St. Louis ar
rived hera Wednesday night about 11
o'clock, departed for Vicksburg at 3 o'clock
Yesterday was a regular winter day as
it was cold, freezing weather. Just the
thing to chick the rising rivers.
The W. H. Cherry from Nishville ar
rived here at 1 p. m. yesterday. She was
flying light but bad a ood many passen
gers, most of them taking the Illinois Cen
tral for the wast.
The Qui Fowler had a good trip yester
day and left on her rsturu trip with a big
The papers are full of the most distress
ing accounts of distress occasiened by the
present great floods in tha Ohio valley and
the cold wave which struck Cincinnati,
New Port and other towns in that section
Wednesday night must certainly have been
distressing byend description as many
hundreds of people were in houses that
were deep in water and without food or
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Paducah last nipht.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
will discbarge several hundred balea of
cotton hare and proceed to St. Louis.
The Belle Memphis for Vicksburg ia'due
The John A. Scudder from St. Louis has
a big trip and leaves here to-day for New
The $300,000 donation by Uncle Sam
for the benefit of the flood sufferers was a
goed, kind act in "our uncle" after all;
there is nothing like having rich kinfolks.
The Thos. Sherlock from New Orleans
left Memphis Wednesday evening 5 o'clock
and will arrive here this morning for Cin
cinnati. The Sherlock is one ot the finest
boats on the Ohio or Mississippi, her ac
commodations are unexcelled. See W. F.
The discovery of Atholophoros as a spe
cific for rheumatism and neuralgia was not
an accident, but the result of inquiry into
bis own case, by a gentleman of wealth,
leisure and scientific accomplishment, who
bad been, long, a victim ef rheumatism.
His own cure proved bis theories as to the
nature of, the disease, and tha merits of
Athlophoros is a apecifio for it. Then bis
iriends tried it, and their friends. And so
the circle widened, till now Athlophoros
is recognized in every state as the surest
remedy for rheumatism and neuralgia that
has ever bean discovered.
Tbtbsdat Evening, Feb. 14, 1884.
The weather to day has been cold, but
clear and bright, the first clear day in a
week. The cold wave struck us last night,
freezing everything up solid and putting a
stop to tha rain.
The river is big and growing, but at the
present rate of rising it will take a week to
reach the high witer mark of last year and
we could now stand even a foot or two
more than that withaut being in much
FLOUR Tha market ia waking up at
last and pricei are firm and advancing.
Stocks are light and quotations are 25c. to
HAY Tha demand for choice in small
bales is active and stocks rrs small.
Common ia plenty and dull.
CORN Firm at quotations. Stocks are
fair and the demand for choice is geod.
OATS Firm and advancing. Stocks are
limited and the demand good.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN The demand is good and offer
ings are very light.
BUTTER Choice northern packed finda
good sale at 24 to 26c. Common and
Southern Illinois butter is hard to aell at
EGGS The market is unsettled here.
At Chicago and other places the bottom
seems t have dropped out. Quotations to
day in thia market range from 22 to 20c.
One lot of 500 dozen forced sale, fresh,
were turned off at 22c' Receipta are liber
al and the tendency in prices is downward.
CHICKENS Tha market is firm and
choice live are a shade higher.
APPLES Owing to the unfavorable
weather tho market is dull and easy.
ONIONS-Overstecked and dull.
Sales and Quotations.
MOTS. Tha prices Dora crivan ara tor aales from
flrst hands In round lots. An advance Is
Charged for broken lotain flillaiordars.
Kxtra fancy ......
S00 bbls various grades.
Mmm aaaeij ftOtjiit 00
aaaeessja aaaaaaaa ttaas a
aV'K..Wt,(,MMM,, , J fiftftkH IA I I
' Oat. J i
8 arsirlH edge small bla.. n ,
l etr red top.,
6 ears e'eotee white in sacks on track.
car. Wit. F. O. B !!ZI 1 1!
1 car u sacks del go
5carshoics In kalk .. ........ U
I can choice in ba k....., ..... is
N. fried, per bn tUQH
No. I Hedlleranesn l 00
M0 bbls Cltv on orders 1 1521 60
4m lonnds choice Northern packed 24
60n innds choice Northern roll ItfJSO
MM) founds bontbern Ilia roll 1B116
NX) pmiids creamery 2S&30
00 dues (sold early) - as
500 dizen, fresh g2
Dreeied ..... laaia
eaa i u.... , ...... V U
I cotpa mixed and hens I To3 SO
8 ccops hens ,.M 63 75
Per fcbl choice Ben Davis 4
" Home Beauty .... 4
Snull varletlea 9 n)
Chilce Winesaps .m.... ..JI 50&S 51
Goaatons ... tO&S fin
VWU. J.IIU. '.......... .........
F(tfoe per bneh Peach Blow 40ffi5O
Patoes per ansa Early Koaa.- 40
Pqtatoea per bbl . 1 00
According to size.. IHNHII !
.15 CCGtO 01
Foe unwashed llWO
fclickets ..M....M.. ... ...
Pain hams..... none
B C. Hants . is
I ear aides g
BuviaueriMtM a mms , .SOst
thi bushel bnrlapa
6 buiuel ujf
Peanes, halves and quarters......... btlX
Chrtcenavy 1 OOftS 15
jPhoioa medium ..., .... m
10 to 65
10 to 46
10 to 51
50 to 8 69
75 to 6 (0
Bearr per pound
I to 15
- .M..t 00 to 8 00
Dry Flint choice ..
Green Salt. ....mm .....m......
Sheep Pelts, dry...
Sheep Pelts, green.,
Medium Leaf ,.
4 5U 5 0U
4 75a MS?
50 7 re
T 50ft l'
RATES Or FREIGHT. I
Grain Hay Flour Pork
cwi. fjewt, ajbbl. bbl.
Mempbl 12 15 15 15
f Orleans,.. 17S t5 S5 50
Helena, Ark 17V U 85 50
Klineston, Mies V 22 45 ' S7X
Vicksburg, Prentess House Jvi per cwt. higher
All other wsr points below Memphis to New Or
leans, same ratea aa to KUn eetoa
fJiBE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
THOS. W. HALL1UAY 1
' " Cashier.
JjJNTERPIUSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, President. I P. NEFF, Vice Pres'ni
B. WELLS, Cashier. T. i. Kerth, AssH aaeh
Direct "ri ,
F. Broes...nM Cs'.ro I William Klaia. .Cairo
Peter Neff........ " William Wolf.... "
C. M Osterloh...... " ICO. Pa tier... "
E.A.Buder " I H. Wells
J. Y. Olemson, Caledonia.; - 1
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold andbonglit. Interest paid it
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all bnalneas promptly attended to,
.. J i0 . IJinUBAfiCK. .
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Mlasoart.
STEATT0N & BIRD, :
No. 57 Ohio Leree, Cairo, PI.
t3f Agents Amarlcau Powdur Oo.
The experience in the treatment of Cancer with
Swift's Specific (S. S. a.) would seem to warrant na
in saying that it will cure tbla ranch dreaded
scourge. Persons so afflicted are invited to cor
respond with us.
I believe Swift's Specific has saved my life. I
tad virtually lost use of I he upper pirt ot my bedy
and my arms from the poisonous effects of a large
cancer on my neck, from wbich I bail suffered
for 'JO years. S 8. 8. has relieved me of all sore
nes, aud the poison Is being forced out of my sys
tem. I will soon be well. W. R Hobison, ,
Two months ago my attention was called to tha
case of a won. an afflicted with a cancer on her
Shoulder at leant 5 inches in circumference, anffrv.
painful, aud giving tbe patient no real day or
nlgbt for mouths. I obtained a snpply of Swift's
Specif. : for her. She his taken 5 bottles, and the
nicer is entire! healed np, only a very small scab
remaining, and ber heal h Is better than for S years
yrob, Bceuj. iu i)u jienecuy curea. i
Kiv. Ji-se H. CiMVBEU., Columbus, Ga.
I have seen romnrkible results from nse ol
Swift's Specific on a en-iTr. A vonns man aear
hre has been utllicteU live years with the moat
anicry looking eating cancer 1 ever saw, and waa
nearly dead. 'I he firpt b ttle made a wonderful
change, and after fivo bottle were taken, he ia
neariy or quite wen. u is iruiv wonaurrai.
JU. F. Cucnuir, M. D., Ogletborp., Ga
UNDER LIP AND INSIDE OF CHEEK EATHN
AWAY BY CANCER. j
My father had an eating cancer for several years,
which bad euten away bis under lip and the insula
of bis clieek. down to th'i bottom of bis earns.
We got ome f Swift's t peel fie and gave hia, and
the tifrct bus been wonderful almost mlraculoos.
The sorts aru all h aled, and he is perfectly wall.
Every or e here naid it ia only a question of time
about his death, a d hiB cure has created the great
est exoilemunt In this part of the country. I hope
you will publish about my father's core, and send
me some clrc k-s to give to my friends sad the
shilcteU. . B. Latubop.
soutn iui-tJii, Mftss., Jan. 7, lt)84.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Qa
N. Y. OfIlce,159 W.23d St.,:between Sixth and
Seventh avenues. ' J j
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tbe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tho lawa of 1SU
JOHN H. ROBINSON President
WM. STRATi' iN Vlce-PrUldent
J. A.UOLuSTINB Treasnrar
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LKWI8 HecreUry
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fob 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, Kroner, Cairo, III.,
3. A. Goldetine, oftioldsllne A Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry goodjC. W. Dunning. M. D.
Prui. Bd. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. H. Robinson, county
Judge an it notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and in.urance agent; R. 8. Balrd, cltT
street supervisor; M. l'hiiltps, carptnter and bulla
r; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary! K. V.
P:erce,attorney-at-law, DuQuoln 111. ; K. 0. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bann, Ashley, -ill. j Albert
Ilayden, cashier of George Oonneily A Co., Hpring
Held. Ill B. M Mnnn. attorney-at-law, i Kaj
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghlon,
cashier Fitat National Hank, tttnart, Iowa. -
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time to time in olty papers. Change your carda ac
oordingly. VM. M. MUKPflr. P. M.
SALT RHEUM, KCZEMA, SCROFt-'LA. SCALD
Itead, F.rynliwlM, Tetter, Hives, Ilandrufr. Barber's
Itch, t'lniples, silngn , Carbunelej, Plant Poiaouing
and Polminwl Woumls, Klugvrorm, Sunburn, and
ail diseases of the ciklo.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, TJlcers or Sorss, no
remedy la so prompt in soothing and bealing as
Pupillon fckin Cure. It dots uot smart or burn. .
JHrectum in ten language! accompany every bottU.
,Ja the Head, Kose told, Bronchial Catarrh and
' Cleanses tha noatrlls, permits natural breathing,
and preveuU Incrualntlons, snufllea and meeting.
It fiaapevltti'cure for Cold In the Head-which,
is caused by audileu changes In the atuioapbere.
' DirwHoiit in ten languaga accompany nry tottle,
PAPILLON MFC.CO., CHICACO.
FOB BALE BY ALL CBUQOIBTS.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Snecial Acts, in this citv.
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Tnequaled for
' Private and Public Lines.
Sold OutrijrHt for fta.OO. No Ex
They are in every w r fir superior to the many
Amateur Mechanical,'' tr-nhouea now being sold
throiighuut the countrv T.ey aro tho onlv tele
phones having an Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
and tbev are the only Teluybouea that ara pro
tected by un Uutdo.ir Lightning Arrester. All
sounds aro delivered In clear aud natural tones.
They are the neatest, ui.t duculilo and require leas
attention aid repairs than anv other Telephone
made. Bond tor our illustrated eirrular Agent
wanted. TUB V. S. iKLilPUUNB CO.,
Nos. 19 A 81 West St., Msdison Ind. ,
P. O. Box is. tm
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loe.
ICKBYTHE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING I
Oar Loads a 8peoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,