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Health and Happiness.
DO AS OTHERS
W'? HAVE DOSE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
Kidney yViirl luuiight uiu from my wave, ui!
Itruiu" M. W. buverum, Mechanic, louia, Mich.
Are your nerves weak?
Kinney Wurt euiod m., fr, nervous weakium
e.,afl.-r I wua n.,t . ipe.ted tulv..."Mni. j. II. U.
Goodwill, to. t'fti-f.liun Mnuitur Cleveland, 0.
you Bright's Disease?
t; ','i'ri, iVL" V,""1!1!!7 WJ
it i ll ' '"v' " nen ir
llko tliulk and ti n HL-n 1.1... .1 i
i i oiik WiuLn, Feabody, Mas.
Suffering from Diabetes?
alun.-y- i.rt I.-, n,e im.it moi iiful remedy I hare
over Used. 01ns alino-c linniautnui relief."
be, 1'lillUp (J. IauJuu, UuktuQ, Vt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Klfini-y-Wtirt cured mo of chroi.lu laver JjUoast-s
after 1 r.raved to die." -
Iliiiry Word, lute Col. t'jth .Vat. Guard, K. T.
Is your Back lame and aching?
........ ... . . w-i. i, ; iuiiii uiu nuttt I WUIO
lawu I Lad to loll out of lied."
U. II. lullumtfo, Milwaukee, Wit
Have you Kidney Disease?
"KMiu'T-Wuri iiioiU- mi- m uii.i inllv, ,-aii.l kidney.
rter yearn ut unjuw.mful .1 -ii.niiif. It worth
Wah.,i. "-Sam I UodKim, WUi.mm.iuv. n, Went Va.
Are you Constipated?
"Klilney-tt.irt (mis. e-y e :i wit i,,ii and cured
toe after Id years ue of oth.-r fit. .lli-niee.'
KLon KuirehilJ, bt. Alljuon, Vt
m, Havo you Malaria?
"Kidney- urt hu dono U it. r t!:'n any other
retuouy J havo ever ud In ley priiru.-,.."
Lr. K. K. I.Urk, b,ulli Hero, Vt.
Are you Bilious?
"Klilnny W..rt hai d.'tixniH irii.ro u jod than any
other remedy I h.vo ever taken."
Uiu. J. I. Galloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented -with Piles?
"Kidney Wurt JTmanrntlv riirrd in of bleeding
pllea lir. W.i'. Kimti r lumen.!, d i to m.-."
Uvo, 11. Hunt, Cashier 11. liuuk, Mywitowo, Pa.
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"KLln.-y-V.ort eur.il in., uftr 1 w.is triu-ii up to
die Ly fi.yakiuT. ai.d I l.vl uhVred tblrtv rears."
(.lurid- Malcolm, W tat bath, lUune.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"KMney-Wort nircd n. f tieeuliar trom.len of
wverulyeara.tMidn.. llanv frieii.li u and .rai
1U" Una IL Iaiiioi. aux, Lis La lMt, Vt.
If you would Banish Disease
l and pain Health, Take
Ylio want glossy, laxuriant
anil wavy trosspsofnlmmlant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KAT1IA1I.0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff ami
itching, mnkes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair isthesuro
result of using Jiathah'on.
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They who work oariy and lato tho year ronnd
nmjd, occuKiunaiiv. Ilio lu-nlthfu! mlinnlni. 1m
1'itlrert hy a wholcnomo tonic llko i-on'i'ttur's
Momiwh Ilittora. To all, tin purity and t'lllclency
ni a remedy rnd ruv. ntivn of illeaao commend It.
it dim-kit Ini'.lplmit rhriimnliam and malarial
HVinptnm, rolluvoa crnatlpallmi, ily-piMmis nd
lillliunva. arnt'ta prutniiturH decay of thu iiliycl
cl unorKles, mttimitea iUh liiflrmltlm of bkj and
For ealo by all di ugnlsti and dsnlor guncrally.
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6 C F.LE B R !
The Daily Bulletin.
Tins scViTQ .storm of Tucstlay uiht
currinl lutruclion to lit'o and property all
aroiuil U3, hut left Cairo unscathed,
sucuru in Irt ponitio:) buliiml tlm gran'lcet
levens on tlio western river. Next to Me
tropolis in this vicinity, U.nl'a Point suf
fereil ii.')at. Ahout flfteen lioi.aps from tho
omipitu's hud bucn tlriveo tiy tne witter,
wcru blown down Uhto ami went to pieces
in tliu w iter. At Etnt Ciiiro several houses
wero aUo wmlietl from tliffir foundations,
kowiso several on (Jipt. V. P. Halliilny's
farm, ju 4 n'lovu fie.c. At PuiJucah euvcr-
al sin tit huu-u3 11 ml tw lar't) tobacco
wiruhouiJS were torn away an. aljout two
huiutretl liosliea h of tobacco were taken
possession ot by t!io water.
Al.lerimn BUke ma le a trip around
the levees yesterday and report, i favorably.
As stilted in yeVerJ.ty'a Bulletin the
wash 00 tlio ne livue was onlv a surface
wash alo-i tlie w iter line and penitrated
only to the old btiik, leaving tlio wishingi
on the slot) j iust bi;low tho water line.
Little or no csvin to-.k place and the
twelve foot wide surface of the levee stood
about live feet above the water line, almost
intact. Tho men under John A. Poore did
some good work the i iht before and yes-
terd ly evening there were enough sacks
already rilled and conveniently placed to
line the entire lev tie. Last eight Capt.
Poore had charge of thirty men on the
new levee, to watch the river aud work it
If town rumor can be believed, there
has been gre it preperation, by both young
an I old, for the party at The Halliday to
night, and those who know say that it is to
be one of the largest and most recliarche
atrairs of the kind, Inch has ever taken
place in Cairo. Oar people may well re
j lice that the floods of 18S4 have treated
them so wll and ciii affird to enjoy them
selves even at this erly day. The com
mittee uf arrangements are leaving noth
ing undone to make the aQair all that has
bet u expected as a gathering together of
Cairo's best citizens, wo are informed, the
programme over three weeks ago appointed
for the evening of February 21st, will bt
carried out in every particular, and a large
attendance is expected.
In the circuit court yesterday moraing
a motion in amst of judgment in the case
ot the People vs. Clifford was argued and
overruled by the court, defendant being
s :Ltenced to p ty a line of ten dollars and
stind committed until payment of same.
Young "Dick" Wilson, charged with com
plieity in the burglary of the Z mane prem
iss on Ooio levee, pleaded guilty and was
sentenced t eighteen minths in the peni
tenti iry. Thectseof Willis Dive, a ne
gro, charged with playing the confidence
game up m Mr. Albert Smith, was next
Tied. Defendant had induced Mr. Smith
to give him one doll ,r, saying that he had
a wagon loaded with . waod
broken down, and fi Mr.
S. would give him the dollar, he could
have the damage repaired and would bring
Mr. b. the load of wood. Mr. S. gave up
the money, but found afterwards that the
negro had no wagon nor any wood and was
"ou'y kiddin'." Defendant was found
guf.ty by the jury. The cases of Wm.
Shannon and Ge&rge Williams, for at
tempted robbery, will be taken up this
morning. Court will probably adjourn sine
die Satur lay, leaving several cases untried
because ot the difficulty to get witnesses.
Messrs. Halliday Bio's have placed
every craft in the harbor, belonging to them
or under their control, at the disposal of
the authorities, and distributed them where
they will do the most good. The tugs aud
ferryboat are held constantly in readiness for
ssrvice. The rolling stock and men of the
Illincis Central railroad company are, by
order of General Superintendent Jeffrey,
subject to the order of tho mayor, and al
ways held ready to act whenever or where
ever their services may be required on the
levee. This year, as last year, Mr. Jeffrey
has taken upon himself all the responsibil
ity ot keeping the water back along that
portion of the levee controlled by the Illi
nois Central company; and the admirable
manner iu which he carried out his prom
ise then is a sufficient guarantee that he
will comeout victoriousnow. Col. Taylor has
promised to take care of his portion of the
leve and our people have had some very
strong evidence during the lust spring,
summer and fall, that the Col. carries out
what ho undertakes in the most efficient
manner. Thus only the new levee, and the
Ohio levee from Fourteenth street down are
left to be looked after by the city authori
ties and in this duty they have the sub
stantial aid of all the other corporations
and individuals, aud the strong arms of
brave men, willing and able to act intel
igently and efficiently. -With such a guard
thus equipped and disposed, Cairo's people
may sleep securely and follow their usual
daily avocations in perfect peace. 7
THE M ET110P0LI3 DISASTER.
The following telegrams received here
yesterday give reliable information concern
ing the rivers and other matters above and
around us. The Metropolis storm was not
so bad as first reported, but it was a very
severe blow to that little town :
MKTitorous, III., Feb. 20, 1884.
Storm yesterday from southwest, waves
rolled ten feet high over tho submerged
front of our city, destroying mills and
CAIRO BULLETIN; 1IIURSDAY MOUNINO, FEBRUARY 21, 1881.
dwellings, dissipating lumber and stave
piles which now strow the Bhoro for
miles. A. 11. Loud & Bro. and Sbelton,
Meyer & Co. are the heaviest sufferers.
The total loss can't be loss than
73,000; more than twenty-fivo houses
were totally destroyed and many . more
severely damaged. The water is eighteen
inches higher here than ever known beiore
tod still rising. Noaq.
St. Louis, Feb. 20. 1884, 9 a. m.
E. W. Ualllday:
Itiver fell four inches last night. Mis
souri on stand. Think you have worst
from here. Jmo. P. Keheh.
Siuwkeetown, Ili.s., Feb. 20.
Special to The Bulletin:
Half au inch above eighty-three. Rising
one inch an hour. Gallatin.
Ghavville, III, Feb. 20. 1884.
Editor Dulli tin:
Heavy rain yesterday ; clear to-day; at a
stand last six hours; fell nine Inches alto
gether; falling inch an hour, Torre Haute
yesterday. No news fioui White river,
think they are still faMim;. Wabash.
Mr. Vkrnos, Ind., Feb. 20, 1884.
ltiver on stand, seven inches higher than
last year falling slowly at Evansville
Wabash falling. Posey.
Memory is the treasury of reason, the
regintry of conscience, and the council
chamber ot thought, but what is memory
without reason and judgment? It is these
last that convtuce us that we can t get safe
ly through tho winter without Dr. Bull's
Tho report of tho legislative commit
tee that has been investigating tho
question of riparian rights iu New Jer
sey presents some startling facts. It
asserts that tho state, for a sum of
$l'j 1,000, has granted to two corpora
tions lands now valued at f 14, GU0, 000.
It is certain that laws which permit
such injustice as is alleged in this re
port are in sad need of change.
The Hungarian Ministry of Internal
Communication has issued orders that
only oilkials of the rank of a ministerial
councillor shall ho allowed to step on
tho staircase carpets, and that nil ofii
cials below that rank must mount or
descend on tho uncarpeted strips of the
staircases. These important orders aro
intended to save the suite carpets.
i ai a
is the kind you must carry ou when the
euemy is rheumatism or neuralgia. The
blood must be cleansed of its poisonous
acids. The muscles must be relaxed. The
joints must be set free. For all theso there
is but one specific, and that is Athlopiio
nos. A. S. Baker, S65 W. Uairison St.,
Chicago, writes: "Have been a victim of
rheumatism for years. My head was drawn
over my left shoulder. Half a bottle of
Atulophouob made me a well man. For
fifteen years my wife suffered with her
back. The other half of the bottle gave
her entire relief."
The office held by the kidneys is one of
importance. They act as natures sluice
way to carry off the extra liquids from the
system and with them the impurities both
those that are taken into the stomach and
those that are formed in the blood. Any
clogging or inaction of the organs is there
fore important. Kidney-Wort is nature's
efficient assistant in keeping the kidneys
in good working order, strengthening them
and including healthy action. It you
would get well and keep well, take Kid
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The beat talve used in the world forCota.Rmiscs,
Pile, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Kheam, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblain?, Cores, and all kinds of Skin
Eruption', Freckles and Pimples. The aalve id
guaranteed to give perfect a!lifactlon In every
case. He nre you get ui.xio cakbui.iu
SALVE, ai all others are but Imitations and
counterfeits. Price 25 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
Ik the oldest and best remedy for Dyspepsia.
Bilioufneno, Malaria. Indigestion, all diaorders of
the stomach and diseased li.dlcatliifr an Impure
condition 01 tne tsiooa, moneys ana L,iver.
ncnSO'S CATAKRn SNUFF cures Catarrh
and all atlectlons of the mucous membrane.
Denton's Balsam cures Colds, Coughs, Rheuma
tism, Kidney Troubles, etc. Can be used exter
nally as a, plaster.
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Bolt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicanccs on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lust vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgmeut in taking caro of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of thoso
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
ARKANSAS 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 ot tne choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
13.00 to 300 and 4.00 per acre, in a
Healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for Balubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkanras and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
Ioo3. lo those purchasing land owned bv
tho Company, and paying ono-fourtb, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. 0. Townsend, GenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
DR. R.IT. KAKK,
luiulluine, now oflcr. a At-iiMity
of th. DrOulin'r
ai boim fluteklv and
it one ran cure
IHilnleaaly. For te.ttmnnlal.. and .tMlorwDieiitM, letter, faun
mhiciii mcllca) men. and a full dewrlptlnn of Ui. treatment,
mm m m W W klanrlf
You Cannot liny It In tlio
What an absurd idea it is to send
a sick man, with an ailing stomach,
a torpid liver, and impoverished
blood, to 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.they 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 Hwris Iron jitters,
that this valuable modi ine is 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
medicine, containing the only prepa
ration of iron which can safely and
beneficially be taken into the system.
W. BTUATTON, Cairo.
T. BIRD, Missouri.
STJtATTON & BUM),
No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'!.
tV Agents Ametlcaa Powder Co
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and uUe.used of women
OFFICE On 14th street, oppcsite the Tost
office, Cairo, 111.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and 11KDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICK Elghta 8lreet. near Comrjerrta! AiTr;
J)R. E W. WniTLOCK,
Omoi No. 138 Commercial Avenue, between
ailCT'j ana JMLlti street
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. iS 1OO.O0O!
A General Baukin? Business
ENTERPRISE SAVING BASK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAN K.
Commercial Avenue and Eijrhth Street
F. RROSS, President.
U. WKLLS, Caahler.
I P. NfiFF. VlccPres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Asa't cash
u Proi" Ca!ro I William Kluo. .Cairo
Peter Neff. William Wol?.... "
C. M.Osterloh " ICO. Patter "
K.A. Buder " H. Wells,
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINKsS DUNE.
Exchango sold andboiiRht. Intereit paid it
the Savinga Department. Collections made atid
all business promptly attended to.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
OiK-auizi'd December, 1 il " 3 , Under the
Suc..es,ir to Wlilo vs and Orphan Mnmil Aid So
ciety, o-iiiiUiM July 4ili, is. i, under
tho lawd of 187:!.
I0IIN II. IiOP.IXSON.
W.M. STRAIT 'N
J. A. t.liLitSTINK....
BOARD OP DIRECTOR-) for Ut YEAR.
Win. Stralton, SirMlon A Illrd, cro-.errf, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (ioi1-tiue, ulliiililHtilie Uimenwuter, hnli.
sain and ret nil dry K'x'd; .'. V liutinint;. At. I).;
Pre, lid. Med Hi., for IV unions; Allien Lewis,
comtuIfKiou merchant: J. II. Ruhinxon. cuuiitv
jude an ' notary pulilic; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
hroker und Inuiriiii'i' iiL'ent: U. II. Ualtil. cltv
street mipiTVieor; M. I'h.ii b. cirpi liter and build
or; Thomas I.ewK atlnmev anil serrelnrv; K. V.
Pierce, attorney it-law, PtiOiioiii I il . : I " C . Pace
ciHiter of Centennial H.iiik, Athluv. III.; Albert
Iliivden, cn-liler of (Jenrire ( omui lv A Co . Snrlnir-
Held, I I ; II. M Viiinn, iittornev-tit-law. l'.H Ra.i-
dolph street, Chlcairo; Hou. Rnht, A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-lnw,
Charleston, .Mo ; II. LeighUm,
cashier First National I'ank, Mtmrt. Iowa.
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My hahy six ninntlis old hroko out wPh some
lllnii nf skin lilini.ir. nl.il lifter hi.intr tr..nl.'il llim
motitlis liy my iHinlly nlivsli'iiin. was L'iveu nolo
die The druggist recommended Hwili's Hpecitle,
and the effect was as gratilying as It was miracu
lous. My chllil soon got well, all traces of the dis
ease s rone, and he Is as fat as a pig.
j. it. iiiii;i.aNn, iiinuon, hush l'oniity: Texas.
I have suffered for iiianv riinrs from ulcers nn mr
legs, olten veiy liirge and piiiui'ul, during whlih
timo I used almost everything to effect a cure, hut
In vain. 1 took Hwitt's hpecilk hy advice of'a
friend, and In a short time was cured sound and
well, Eiiwin J. -Mil.LB;!, Boaumout. Texas.
I havo lieen ailllcted with Scrofula for twnlvn
years, and havo had Bores on me as largu as a
man s hand for that length of time. Last summer
I was so bad oil' that I could not wear ololhliig. I
had spent hundreds of uollars in tluiell'i.rt lobe
Ctim.l. till t nil In (in linrtt.,ui. .....I I.... I I., ...
eelf with Mercury and Potash. Votir Swift's Sue-
cine cured, me promptly and permanently, aud I
Uopo every like sull'erer will lake It
it. L. nn ui, Lakonl, Arlc.
PR '.MiNENT BAPTIST PREACHER.
I was laid low hy an attack of Bronchitis and
Minister's Sore Throat, ainl my life was almost de
spaired of, when my plivslcitin said try S. S. S. I
hesitated for some time, but as I was a'raid of be
ing permau ntly laid aside from tho active duties
my ministry, 1 decided to glvu the preparation a
fair trial, aud alter persevering In Its use I found
com pi te iclief, and am enjo.ing excellent health.
I am clearly of the opinion that Swift's Specillo is
one of the be-t Alteratives and Illood Purlllers in
existence, and I take pleasure In recommending
its curative qualities to others ailllcted as I was.
il. c. UoiiNiur.
FROM A WELL KN. W.N LAWYER.
I have taken Swift's Hjiccific for Rheumatism,
and found perfect relief. It also relieved me of
Dyspepsia, ftom which I had suffered for yea-s. I
believe, wlinu duly appreciated as a Tunto and
Illood TurlUer, that Swift's hpicltlo will become a
household rumcdy, D. p. m
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i thlc pftiio DiiKt, paper, 10 cts : cloth, 85 eta.
r i same and Lilios, Crown of Wild Olive, and
Ethics of the Dnsi, in one vi lume, halfRuss:a, red
edges, v cts .Modern Painters, Stones of Yen
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Aii Only Daughter t'nied of Consuiup.
When death was hourly erpected, all remedies
iiawi.g la led. I r. II Jiuiieg was experimenting
with the many hatha i f Ca:cntta, he accidentally
made a preparation which cured his only child of
Consumption. Hi. child Is now In this country,
and enjoying the hestof health He has proved to
the w. rid thitt onsumption can bo positively and
permiineutlv cured. The doctor now gives this re
ceipt tree, only anklng two U-ceut stamps to pay
expenses. This Herb also cures Nlclit Sweats.
Nausea at the Stomach, and will break np a fresh
cold In twenty. four hoHrs. Address CRADDOCK
& CO., l.taj Rico Street, Philadelphia, nuinluK
1 have a positive remeiiy for theabore diseass; by lta
no thousands of case of the wimt kind and of lunar
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