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What an absurd idea it is to send
a sick man, with an ailing stomach, "i
a torpid Uvcr, and impoverished
Llood, .td a bar-room to swallow
seme stimulating stuff, and call it
An enormous amount of mischief
is constantly done by men who
thus trifle with themselves. Instead
of healing their discases.thcy make
them worse. Instead of gaining
strength, they only acquire the
disgraceful habit of tippling.
It is a point worth noting in con
nection with Brown's Iron Hitters,
that this valuable medi inc i3 not
sold in .bar-rooms, and will not be.
It is not a drink. It is a remedy.
It is not made to tickle the palate
of old toners. It is made to heal
disease. It is not made to promote
the good-fellowship of a lot of bib
ulous fellows standing around a bar
and asking each other, "What will
you take ? " It Is a true tonic; an iron
int-tlicine, containing the only prepa
ration of iron which can safely and
beneficially be taken into the system.
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beautiful Hair must nse
LYON'S KATHAIIION. This
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any desired position, beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakou.
Health and jjappiness.
P ? CO AS OTHERS
(y&yuJ C HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
' Kidney W.irt Lruuylit tiie from my STave. aj it
wet-", aru-rl hm1 Wn tli-n up bj II lt Uit'r m
Itetruit." IL W. Devtraux, Sitclmuic, Ionia, Mich.
Are your nerves vreak ?
'aviilrifT Wi .rt tnrA 1.1. fp(.m m.rv..... u.. lrn-M
I c..fi. r I iu nut toljreV'-Mn. M. M. ii.
ij'Aiwin, tA. CAr.ff.un M mitvr, t'leT4auJ. U.
Have you Brigrht's Disease?
Kidny Wort cnrn mu when tnf wiar wujuit
Uko cWk aud 4mmi like t
Suffering from Diabetes?
"Kidn.y-W.rt itjininiiuccwftjrfnilr 1 hare
;ever imcd. Ulvcrt aiml imiruMliuii. ivlii f."
w. rouup u uoiiuu, uuuktn, vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Ki'lnoy-Wort cored me of, chroulo Liver Inaease
after 1 i rarfil to ilie."
lVury Ward, late CoL 1Mb Hat, Guard, X. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"Kiilnnv-Wurt, il Iwttlr) rurrd mo vlwn I iuh
llnu I had to roll out of Ix-d."
0. L raimaf?, Milwaukee, Wis.
Have you Kidney Tisease?
"KiilniyWnrt made mc unmet Inlln r ami kidnryi
After years of uiumcrimful . tmlnif. 1U worth
lubox."-Stm'l liodtfea, VUiiaiuU n, Weat a.
Are you Constipated?
Tviiln. y-Wort ratucs wy "vacuali.mil and cared
mo alter It iik.tr Uiie of other im-dieine"."
iJUwn FuircliUJ, St. Albans, Vt
Have you Malaria?
"KI'Inr-v-H.irt hu done better than any other
remedy I have ever used In iy jiroriW."
Dr. It K. Clark, Bvutli Ilero, Vt
Are you Bilious?
TCMncvWort h.ia done inn morn good than any
other reoiedr I ln.vo frer taken."
Ur.T.T. Uolloway, Elk Pat Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney -Wort permanently currd me of bluwling
pile. Dr.w. !. Kline rcunimciuleil ll to me."
Ooo. a. Ilortt, L'aahior M. Bank, llrerrtown, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldn. y Wort cured me, afur 1 wan irtvun up to
lie bj uhyalciain ard I hA lafforcd thirty Teare."
tlbndfc-e Malcolm, Went Bath, Maine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kldnoy-Wort cured no of peculiar trouble of
aevcrul yeartrtandlnif. Many friends ue ami praise
it" lira. II. Lamoroauz, Iaie La liottv, V t
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain Health, Take
Thi blood cleanser.
CELEBRATED 1 Jj
Thoy who work early and late tha voar ronnd
noud, occasionally, the bunlthftil atlmnlni, lra
calrvri hy a whnloaome tunic like nostetter'f
Htuimtch Dittor. T.) all. lta rinrtiv and nfflclinp.v
un a rnmeuy sun iiruTeiuira ni aipoaie commcua It.
'l check Incipient rheamnlitm and malarial
vmptom, rollovo crnmlpotion, ilyspopaia and
lilllotitneim, arre-tn pro nmt lire decay of the libyni
chI eneritlua, mltlcntcs the luflrmltlea of ago and
tor tie by all drogiristi and dealcn gcnorally.
TJIK DAILY 0A1UO, nULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNING, FEBRUARY 19, m.
The Daily Bulletin.
'Local News. '
STAGE"! OF THE RIVER.
Tlio river markcl by tho gauio at this
port .at 0 p. iu. GO feet 10 inches and ris-
Chattanooga, Feb. 18. River 23 feet 1
inch and fiillin.
Cincinnati,. Feb. 18. River 03 feet 5
inches and falling.
LouiBville, Feb. 18. River 44 feet
4 inches and fulling.
Nashville, Feb. 18 River 45 feet 4 inch
es and falling.
Pittbburg, Feb. 18. River 12 feet 0 in
chta and falling.
8t Louis, Feb.18. River 14 feet 11 inch
es and fulling.
" A FRIENDLY TIP" AT FORD'S.
, The audience which greeted Mr. W. J.
Ferguson and his excellent company last
night at Ford's Grand Opera House was
lare enough to indicate that the public de
sire to gee a BUga du le was very wide
spread. The pluy was the new comedy,
'A Friendly Tip," and the principal charac
ter was Sir Chauncy Trip, a bogus English
well, who did very many funny things
and aped the manners and costumo of the
present society monstrosity in an exceeding
ly cluvtr manner. .; There is an abundance
of fun in the piece, and the opportunities
afforded for good character-acting are so
numerous that the sterling company now at
Ford's cantut fail to make a successful hit
The most effective characters in the play,
iq adJition to the dude, were an old maid
with matrimonial aspirations (Miss Jennie
Fisher) and a Now Yerk spe'rt (Mr. J. II.
Farrull), of the Coney Island excursion
kind. Both ot theso parts were well taken.
The balance of the company was decidedly
good and made ail eut of their parts that
could be nude. As Sir Chauncy Trip, Mr.
Ferguson, who is a young Baltimerean of
great dramatic promise, achieved a de
cided success. He was called before the
curtain at the close of each act, and was
warmly applauded. Baltimore News.
Opera Houso Wednesday evening, Feb
ruary 20th. Popular prices. Reserved
seats 73 and 50 cents; gallery as usual.
Sprains,' lameness, pains and stitches,
weak back or disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of a
Hop Plaster over the affected part. It's
lenetrative power is wonderful. Warrant
ed to be the best made.
Special Correspondence to Tli 9 Uulldlc:
Sak Dieoo, Cal., Feb. 13, 1884.
Taking tho Southern California R. R. at
3 m Bernardino, wo were soon speeding cur
way dne south, for this place, 130 miles.
Alter the first tea or twelve miles we.
passed . through a lgvel," desert lookijg
country, mostly used as sheep range for tho
vast herds of sheep -noticed grazing here
and there. The stations were merely stop
ping places, with occasionally a postoffice
or telograph office in an old car. The eat
ing houses were such in came only, as the
tibles were set in canvass tents,. into which
the passengers crept after lifting the flap
that closed the entrance, Indian tepee
fashion. After getting into the mountain
region, the road wound along through can
yons with high cliffs on each side.. Only
now and then did we see little patches of
level land, that were appropriated . to the
use of settlers w ho believed in squatter sov
ereigns. Quito a number of bee ranches'
were passed, and we are told this is a fa
vored section for the production of honey
of a superior quality. Mr. Harbison, for
merly one of the leading apiarianists of the
eait,bas a number of lanches stocked with
bets that work here the year around, and
he ships honey by the car load, besides sell
ing many tons in this stste.
After getting to the coast, the lay of the
land was more of a nature suited for farm
ing purposes, and ney settlers wcrs scat;
tered hero and there along the line of road,
their only supply of water, being the wind
pumps. The ride along the sea-coast, was
a must delightful ono. , In many places the
rond-bed is built within a few yards of
tide mark ; the surf of tho waves beat near
us as we flew along, fanned by the cool,' re
freshing sea breeze that blew into the open
windows of our car. The sunset was glri
ous; the great orb of day seemed to go
down into the lap of the wide blue ocean,
across which we could look into the far dis
tance even ,to the horizon which was all
aglow with that ' peculiar bright; tint, so
common for months past in the western sky,
at, and long after sunset. The light house
on thejpromontory overlooking the entrance
to the San Diego Bay, was visible long be
fore we arrived at the city, which was
sane time after dark, i : . . '
In '.the morning we were tip bright and
early, and out to take a glance at this some
what noted town and harbor. The old town
is the most extreme southern settlement in
California; The bay is one of the few natural
harbjrs of the coast. Indeed it is a body
of ',(water, something like twenty miles
long and three wide; it is surrounded by
lanl with the exception cf a narrow,, sale,
del,) water entrance. There is anchorage
ho e for the largest sea-goiag vessels.
Thero is no reason why this point should
not bo one of considerable importance if
only a trunk lino of railroad could be
brought to a terminus horc, and trade
opened up to and frum tho ports of the
1 world. It is five hundred miles nearer
for all vessels coming from South America,
or around Cape Horn, than it is to San
Francisco. So long as the Southern Pacific
railroad, working in harmony with an
Francisco capitalists, is allowed to mone-p-olizo
trade, and over-ride tho best interests
of tho people at large, so long will this port
be virtually closed to general trade. It is
the hope of the people in Southern Califor
nia that this monster monopoly will get a
set-back, and that the Atchison, Topeki &
Santa Fu, Atlantic and California Southern
may unite in one line to this coas(. Hereto
fore tho S. P. railroad has headed off every
other road that has tried to get to the coast,
and the magnates will do all in their power
to play the same game in the future, but it
is to be hoped other corporations will have
the backbone to push on their roads to fie
coast, in spite of every opposition. There
is but little stir and bustle here, outside of
quite a number ot tourists coming and
going, and people who come here for their
health, and to spend the winter. Some
thirty to forty strangers arrive daily by
railroad; and the cost steamers that arrive
and depart every five days from San Fran
cisco usually bring about the same number
each trip. ; The city con hi lib some 3,000
inhabitants, has some good buildings and
some building going on. Thcro is a govern
ment post hero with a Dumber of soldiers,
also a custom house. Tho poople are a
mixture ef almost all nationalities, and
there are somo here from almost every
state in tho union. It is said to be the
finest climato to be found in the world;
in summer the temperature seldom goes
above 80 degrees, and in winter not often
bolow 40. In 1872 Prof. Agassiz, when
here with a party of scientists, in speaking
of the climate: "Perhaps, as a scientific
man, I may lay more stress upon it than
necessary, but I hardly think it possible. I
have seen many parts of the world, and
have made some study of this subject. It
is the question of climate ot your latitude
to which I refer. You are here on the
32d parallel, beyond the reach of the severe
winters of the northern latitudes. You
have a groat capital in your climate. It
will be worth millions to you. This is one
of'the forward spots of the earth, and peo
ple will come to you from all quarters t
live in your genial and healthful atmos
phere." As a bit ot history we will mention the
fact that the bay of San Ditgo was discov
ered by a Spanish navigator named Cabnlo,
in September, 1541, but no settlement wag
attempted until 1602, when Philip the II,
of Spain, attempted to colonize this region,
but failed until 17G9, when the mission of
San Diego was established and that was
the first successful step ever made to civil
izc California. Five years after the Indians
made war on the settlers, and burned tho
mission ; oaly a remnant of the ruins are yet
t be seen. In 1777 now buildings were
put up; they, too, are partly in ruins. It
is quite an interesting visit to drive out to
the old mission. There is in the main
building or what is left of it, a floor some
60x30 feet, that has not a nail in it, but
was put down with wooden pins. The
jcice are in pieces 15 feet in length, 18 in
ches square, and it is said thy were car
ried on the backs of slaves, from the moun
tains CO miles distant. An old orchard of
olive trees, one hundred or more years old,
are still in a thrifty condition as are also
some large palm trees.
Driving out eicht miles in the country
across Sweetwater river and Otay Creek,
wo had an opportunity to see some of the
farms, orchards, and citrous fruit groves.
Most all irrigation is done by, wind pumps,
as tho creeks and rivers are mostly "bot
tom side up" that' is, the water is beneath
the bed of the streams. Sub-irrigation
is practiced to considerable ex
tent here. It is done by
laying cement pipes beneath the surface,
through the area to be irrigated, and thus
the water is carried to every tree, and soaks
out into the sub-soil. Sixty dollars per
acre will bo tho cost of putting in the pie;
and a common wind pump, where there is
a reservoir to receive the water, will prob
ably irrigate ten acres. The water can be
had at a depth of from ten to ninety feet,
according to the elevation of the land.
Grain crop are mostly raised withput irri
gation, but often fail on account of drouth.
All kinds of fruits are raised here to some
extent, and bring good prices, such as o
anges, lemon., limes, pomegranates, grapes,
peaches, apricots, olives, figs, quinoes, Jap
anese persimmons, apples, pears, almonds,
walnuts, &c, &c. Flowers bloom all the
year, , and gardens produce astonishing
crops. We think this the most even climate
we have yet got into, but not the best, at
present, for farming. Farm lands are not
so much together in large tracts as in Los
Angeles and San Bernardino counties, but
scattered bore and thero over the country.
,i; v. -(?. . -. ' t ; J S. F.
' A firm of wholosalo dealom In fiali in
Buffalo report tho discovery of wonder-
1 - . I a a !. a . ...
tut winter nsning groiinus In Uirch
-Lako, Michigan. The fish caught aro
pickerel. When first found $0 lako '
had 'boon but littlo .fished, but " when '
. holes were cut through tho ice anil
baited hooks wero dropped in the' fish
tit so ravenously that ono persop, h is .
'allogod, landod. jthirty -iivo largo piek-..
crel in twelve minutes. Tho iliacover-
crs immediately started out to secure
men, fishing apparatus, and teams,
Jvnd. set to work ' in. a business way,
Thbusands of fish wero taken from tho
water during the first full day's fishing. ;
Now tho fishing firm has moro than out)
men cmployod in tho work, and pick-
srol aro being carriod away by the ton. .
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D;
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tha Homeopathic treat,
ment of aargicai diaeatee, and diaeaa ei of woman
OKIflCK-On 14th street, oppoaite Mie Poat
office, Cairo, 111.
JJTt. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOO, EUtCTUO-VAPOR AMD MBDICATKD
A lady la attendance.
)H. W. C. JCCKLYN,
ORfMC'B Blfhta Street, neur Comp err.la! Avntj
JR. E W. WHTTLOUK,
Or-noa-No. 18 Commercial avenna, betwem
Hiux j and Nlutn btrL
rj-inECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: Business
TflOS- W. HAIiLlUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
. Of Cairo,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
a , t HitHmi
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BUOSS, President.
U. WJJLLS, Cuebiur.
I T. J. KertU, Ass't cusb
F. Broas..... Ca'.ro I William KHite. .Cairo
Peter Neff " William Wo!?.,.. '
C. M UHterlon....... " C. O. l'atler.
S. A. UudCr " II. Wells
J. V. Cleni'on, Caledonia ,
A GBNERAT BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange fold and bought. Interest pttd it
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Cora'l Ave., between ftb and 10th Hts. ,
MANUFACTTTRKE A I BALER IN ALL KINDH
Ammanltion of all descr'ptlona always on hand at
. BOTTOM PRICES.'
Qenoral repairing In all kinds of metals.- .Kays
fall descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Give me a call, and be convinced for
yourself, at tha I gu of the "BIG GUM ." ;
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
6m . Proprietor, Cairo. 111.
C. KOCH'S ,
Boot S Shoe
Ko. 90 Com'l Ave.', Bet tith ft Gth 8ts.,
received a fall .Be of , . .-s
FALL Airb WINTER GOODS
wfclch ho will loll at thelowott noitom prices. Tt
ctmiprlses the best of BT. LOUIS HAHQ M ADK
aW of BOSTON MANDTACTCRK8, LADIB8'
t ' jr.,
and ClIII.DRIN'8 HHOK8, and GKHT8' BOB
BBR BOOTS end 8HOK8.
iar-We also make to order anything tu onrllne
of the best material and workmausblp. . :,y
insurance. wr It lr
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fa-" i E B R :DfeS'
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law or 18 a.
Succonnor to Wldowe and Orpbana Mntaal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
the law of 1873.
JOHN II. ROBINSON.
J. A. UOLD3TINE....
C. W. DUNNING
TUOMA8 LEWIS ,
....... .. Treasurer
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Strstton A Bird, probers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. boldstine, ofUoldstlne A Hosen water, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. D.j
Pres.Bd. Med. Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commleslon merchant: J. 11. Robinson, county
indee and notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance agent: K. II. Balrd. ckv
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
or; mourns uewis, auorney ana secretary ; K. V.
P:erce, attorney -at-law, Dutaoln 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashler, III.; Albert
Huyden, cashier of George Connelly A Co., Hprine
field, 111 ; B. M. Muun, attorney-at-law, ieo Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Uobt. A. Batcher, at-torney-at-lawr,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
cashier First National Bank, btuart, Iowa.
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H. Steagala & Co., ; Cairo; III.
M bnbv six months old hroke nnt wllh snma
kind of skin humor, and after belni treated Ave
months by my family physician, was given np to
die The druggist recommended Hwllt's Bpecifle,
and the elfect was as sratltvinir as It was mlracn-
Ions. My cbtld aoon got well, all traeea of the dis
ease Is gone, and be Is as fat as a pig.
J. II. EiBKuaND, Hlnden, Rusk County;Teias.
I have i ii fared for many rears from ulcers on nv
ecs, olten voir large and painful, durlni? which
time I nsed almost everything to effect a core, bat
In vain. 1 took H wilt's Spt-clttc by advice of a
friend, and In a short tine wss cured sound and
well, .. Xowim J.MaUR,Boamont.Texas.
years, and have had aorca on me as large aa a
man's hand for that length of time. Last summer
T mn haft gtT th. I nnnlrf ma. - T
had spent hundreds of Uollars in the effort to be
riltArt hut nil .A ma MMnnA .ml V.J I.L 1
self with Mercury and Potauh. Hour Swift 'a 8uo.
wh.vu, uu . hv uu uiii uuvv. nuu 11 mi I ii 111 mi m v.
clflo cured me promptly and permanently, and I
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K, L. Iliuu. Lakonl, Ark.
PUiMlNEtTT BAPTIST PRE i CHER.
I was laid low by an attack of Bronchitis and
Minister's Bore Throat, and my life waa almost de
spaired of, when my physician said try t). 8. t). I
hesitated tot some time, bat aa I was airald of be
ing permanently laid aside from the active duties
my mlnljtry, I decided to give the preparation a
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I am clearly of the opinion that tfwlft's Specific le
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existence, and 1 take pleasure In recommending
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. ;.?'!.. ll. C. UoaiUDY.
I -t jFHOM A WKLL KNy WK LAW X ER. , :
' I kave taken Swift's Speclflo for Rheumatism,
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Lyspepsia, from which 1 had suffered for ysata. I
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