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You Cannot Buy 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 discascs.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 firown's Iron Hitters,
that this valuable medi 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 topers. 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 whicli can safely nnd
beneficially be taken into the system.
, and MALARIA.
From tliese sources urlae three-fourths of
the Ulaeamig of tlie humiin mco. These
symptoms ltKUoam their existence : Ixs of
Appetite, UoweU coitlve, Kick Head
ache, fuUncu after eating, aversion to
ci.rtion of body or mind, i:ructatluii
of food, Irritability of temper, tow
plrlU, A feeling of having neglected
some doty, IHzzluess, Jr'luUcrlnff at the
Heart, I Kit before the t)ci, highly col
ored Trine, COaimrATlo.V and do
mandtheuse ofa remedy that acts dlrpctly
ontheUver. AsaLiver medlolno TEXT'S
PI LL8 have no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin la also prompt; removing
all Impurities through these three " scav
engers of the ivium," producing appo
tile, sound digestion, regnliir stools, a elenr
skin and a rigorous bod v. Tl'TT'S PILLS
mu.w no nuusca or jrxirdni? nor Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ICE FEELS LIKE A SEW MAN.
"I have had I)ynrrpsin, with Constipa
tion, two years, and Iiave tried ten dirfcrent
kinds of pills, and TCTT'S are tho first
that have done mo any good. They have
cleuned me out nieefy. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, und I now
have natural paxsatresu I feel like a new
wan." W. b. fcDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
BoIderCTTwhere.a.Vs. Officp.41 Murray St.,y.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat IIaib on Whiskers changed In
stantly toaOLotsv iiLACK by a slnglo a p.
plication of this DTK. Sold by DrugglbU.
r sent by express on receipt of 9 1.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York,
Tin'S MANUAL OF USEfll RECEIPTS FREE.
The only known specific for Epileptic Flu."
Alio for Bpuuu and Falling Elckneas. Nervous
Weakness It Inatautly relieves and curat. Clean.!
blood and quickens ilotrglth circulation. Seutra
lUei genus of diacaa and savca tlckncu. Curat
A SKEPTIC SAID3
ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores. Eliminates
Bolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. ITi'ermanently and
promptly cures paralysis. Tea, It la a charming and
healthful Aperient. Kills Bcrofula and Kings Evll,
twin brothers. Changes bad breath to good, remuT-
Inf. the canss. P.onti billons tendencies and makes
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
of forer. A charming resolvent and matchles
laxative. It drives Blck Headache Uko the wln
tW Contains no drastic cathartic or opiates. Relieves
the brain of morbid fancies. Promptly cures Rheu
matism by routing It. Bestores life-giving proper
ties to the blood. Is guaranteed to cure all nervous
disorders. cyKcllable when all opiates fall. Re.
freshes the mind and Invigorates the body. Cures
dyspepsia or money refunded.
Diseases of the blood own It a conqueror. Endorsed
In writing by over, fifty thousand leading citizens,
clergymen and physicians in V. B. and Europe.
tyFor sale by all leading druggists. 11.50. (13)
For Testimonials and circulars send stamp.
The Dr.S.A. Richmond Med Co. St, Joseph,Mo.
I tord, Stontcnbnrh & Co.,Ast.. Chicago, 111.
THE BEST TIUXG KXOW2T
In ITard or Soft, Ilot or Cold Water.
1NGLY, and gives universal sh IsfaoUou. HQ
family, rich or poor, should he without I.
Bold by all Grocers. BEWi-aSi0!-' uU?SJ
Well designed to mislead. PhAftLINt l s tbe
ONLY HAKE labor-saving oompouud, and ft
Ways hears ine auove syuiuui, uu unum v.
JAMES rVLK. EV YCUtK
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IK TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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Commercial Atom I" VttllU. Ills
The Daily Bulletin.
A wliito until was urbbed by a negro
Wtdnts lay ni'lit, on Commercial avonui',
fur uo other ufLuse than tht lie B;xike to
tha nero who was chining a nero woman
wlio was frightened and sought to escipe
him. The white man's Dame was Itucd.
llis wound was in the side, but not severe,
tho knife hiving fortunately struck a rib.
Dr, Parker gave him surgical attention.
Bloomington Bulletin : John II. 01 tr
ly, chairman of the state democratic central
committee, has notified W.J. Mizj to call a
meeting of tho democratic BUte central
committee at I'curis, on March 6, for tho
purpose of deciding the time and place for
holding the state convention. The princi
pal subject to bo considered will be the ad
visability of having one or two conventions
one preceding tho national convention,
to appoint delegates, and the other subse
quently, to uoiuiimto a state ticket.
It develops that Henry Wattersjn is
the power behind the proposed bill to copy
right newspaper matter for twenty-four
haurs after publication. The absurdity of
such a law is apparent in thu absolute im
possibility of enforcing it. Mitter of a
purely news charactar can bo so easily al
tered in its verbiage without alTecting the
facts, that any attempt of a newspaper to
prove proprietorship in it would be useless.
Facts are common property, and no copy
right law can make them anything else.
The steamer Dexter, which came d jwu
the Ohio yesteiday, arriving here about 10
o'clock s. m., brought several passengers
who were bound for Metropolis; but the
boat was not peruiitte 1 1 hod either at
Metropolis or Paducah because of the dis
turb moo it might cauie in the water, and
tho consequent damatre to houses. The
Metropolis pis.sengers, several Indies, wete
brought down here and were taken bick on
tho boat leaving here at 11 o'clock, and
tho Metropolis authorities were telegraphed
to meet the boat with a smaller craft some
distance below the city to receive tho pas
sengers and mail which had boon accumu
lating here for several days fur various
points up the river.
Among a number of prominent busi
ness men from towns aloug the Illinois
Central railreaJ, who came down yesterday
to view the situation here, wer Messrs. 0.
Lotnch and V. C. Rch, ef Anna; Dr
Brown and Theodore Goodrich, of CobJen;
and C. F. Prickett and L. L. Kimmell, of
Carbondale. In conversation with citizens
they expressed themselves as very much
pleased at finding the condition of things
here so favorable and the people so cheerful
and confident. As anothtr instance of good
will toward Cairo among cur neighbors wo
are permitted tt quote the following from
a letter of Mr. J. E. Lu kin, of Anna, to a
Cairoite: "Hope you Cairo folks will beat
the hih water. We all feel much con
cerned about you and trust you miy pull
:hrough all right."
Everything wis 0. K. on the levees
at night, several wild rumors to the con
trary notwithstanding. There had been
09 further abrasions since the night of the
storm, and every foot of the now levee was
protected from waves by bugs or barges,
or both. A few men were kept on watch
all day and night. Fifty tutu with lan
terns and shovels were placed along the
bank to patrol it all night. Alderman
Blake, wiio li.is clurgo of tho commissary
department, provided rations for the watch
ers Jduring tho eight. A burge-load of
neirly five thousand bag", already filled
with dirt, is anchored at a convenient
point, and a tug kept therj to tow them
wherever they miy be wanted. Alderman
McIIale has also had a large force at work
for Col. Taylor, on tho old levee; and on
the Ohio levea proper everything was in
splendid trim, thu bulk heading being
barely touched by the water, and then only
in spots, and the levee, from the cotton
compress down, presenting a solid surface
without an indication of weakness or even
One of the strong evidences of the
feeling of security that pervades the pub
lic mind here was the attendance at the
several places of amusement in the city
last night. The Opera IIouso was visited
by a very fair sized audieuce to witness tho
performance of "A Friendly Tip," by Fur-
guson and company. lao periormance
was light and airy, such as would drive
dull care away if there was any. The
"dudo" was the principal figuro, and was
well performed by Mr. Furgtison. The au
dience was kept in good humor throughout
the play. Tho principal attraction, how
ever, was the ball at4 The Ilallid.iy. Here
about forty couples of our most fashionable
people gatnered to spend a few hours in
dancing, feasting, and in the pleasures af
forded by friendly conversation. It was
gotten up by a few ot our leading society
gentlemen, and was the finest affair in its
line given here for many years. The gen
tlemen all wore suits io the heiglit ef fash
ion, and the ladies' costumes were gorgeous
It was a brilliant company and a happy
one, in spite of water and its attendant
evils. A rich feast was not the least
among the delights of tho ocoasion. ' -
The steamer Carrie Caldwell came
down tho Ohio yesterday distributing
government rations to the flood sufferers
along the banks. She started from Evans
ville, and Cairo was the southern termini
of her tour. She is in charge of Capt,
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY
I Mrflowm. and Dr. Amps, marine surseon
of Evansville, was on board to give medical
and surgical aid where it might be needed.
Tho mayor of Evansville, Mr. Bridewell,
was also aboard. The officers found much
distress along the routo traversed by the
boat, on both sides the river. At Shaw
neetown everything was under water, in
ame cases only the chimneys of bouses te-
ng visible. ProbaMy not more than
twelve or fifteen families remained in tho
place. The boat left fifteen hundred
rations thero for those who resided there
and in the immediate vicinity. At Union-
town, a short distance above, the boat left
five hundred rations. At Paducah, people
and thinus were in a most deplorable state.
Every metns of communication with the
outer world was cut off; boat9 stopped run
ning because of tho difficulty to making
landings and lack of business, and very
nearly the w hole city covered with water
to tho depth of from three to eight feet.
The boat left no rations at Paducah on her
trip down, but was asked by Mayor Reed
to leave all she might have left on her re
turn up the river, as there was great want,
not so much among the citizens, as among
thuso living iu the country immediately
around the city, who came to the city daily
in skitTi and canoes for supplies. At Joppa
the boat also left rations to the number of
three hundred. Metropolis was found to
be also in a bad state, caused
chiefly by the great storm of the day be
fore. Some of the principal streets were
blockaded with debris of houses and their
contents, blown down and torn and thrown
together in heaps by the wind and waves.
The people were not suffering, however, but
the boit left five hundred rations for the
inhabitants of thecountry around. At Cal
edonia no rations were needed, and none
were left; likewise at Mound City, and also
at Cairo, whose people so far from wanting
assistance from the government or the kind
people of her sister cities, had sect liberal
contributions almost daily to the various
funds raided for the benefit of the flood
stricken thousands. The Caldwell is to
leave early this morning on her trip back.
She will have several thousand rations left
fer Paducah. Evansville people are send
ing out relief boats almost every day
for points below there, and Louisville peo
ple are doing likewise. These, in addition
to the government boats, afford ample re
lief to probably all who need it.
IRISH PATRIOTS IN CAIRO.
The following communication was re
ceived at this office Tuesday:
Office or The Irish World, )
New Yoke, Feb. 10, 1884. J
Dear Sir: I enclose you an item from
this week's Irish World that will no doubt
be of interst to your readers. Any good
word said fur the fund will be appreciated
by Yours fraternally,
Local Editor I. W.
"TIIEHE MCST BE NO EQIEAU ISHKESS AS TO
Caiuo, III. -Editor Irish World:--
Tho contributors to the enclosed $12 are
not particular as to the means to be em
ployed for the overthrow of British power
in Ireland, be It dynamite, Greek fire, hell
fire r poison. There must be no squeamr
ishness as to the means to be employed.
Give England a foretaste ef hell anywhere
and eveiywhere that a blow can be struck.
You will hear from me again soon. Yours
faithfully and fraternally in the Cause of
Motherland. Patrick Greany.
Patrick Greaney $1 00
William Curran 1 00
P. J.C 1 00
Michael McGrath 1 00
John Sullivau 1 00
K.Walsh 1 00
Michael Dougherty 1 00
Daniel McCarthy 1 00
Robert Smyth 1 00
Thomas O'Donnell 1 00
Mrs. B. Devine 50
Patrick McAlpine 50
Patrick Mockler 50
Dennis Foley 50
N. B. Receipts for the Emergency Fund
for tho week ending February 23 acknow
ledged by the Irish World amount to $911,
16, making the total subscribed so far
"What thing so good?" is the query of a
poet somewhat confused; if he has a cold,
the only good thing we know of is a bottle
ef Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup.
STAGES OF THE RIVER-
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 51 feet 9 inches and ria
Chattanooga, Feb. 21. River 2G feet 11
inchbs and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 21. River 55 feet 5
inches and falling.
Louisville. Feb. 21. River 39 feet
1 inch and falling.
Nashville, Fob. 21 River41 feet 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 21. River 12 feet C in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Feb 21. River 13 feet 11 inch
es and falling.
The class of rheumatic and neuralgic
sufferers who would rather experiment
themselves into their graves with old, ex
plodcd remedies than try something new
and rational, has grown much less since
the discovery ot Athlophoros. Learning
how it was discovered, and how tested be
fore it was offered to the public; learning
a'.so the theory of blood purification upon
which it cures are based ; thero Is inquiry
for it from every direction, and a desire to
secure the relief it affords, which is as sur
prising as it is assuring.
Delicate and Fcoblo Ladies.
Thoso languid, tiresome sensations, caus
ing you to feel scarcely able to bo on your
feet; that constant drain that is taking
from your system all its former elasticity;
driving the bloom from your cheeks; that
continual strain uiinu vi ur vital forces,
rendering you iiritable and fretful, can
easily he removed by . the use of that mar
velous remedy, Hop Bitters. Irregularities
and obstructions of your system are re
lieved at once, while the special causes of
periodical pain are Dermanentlv removed.
None receive so much bent-tit, and none
are so profoundly grateful and show such
an interest iu recommending Hop Bitters
FEF.L8 YOL'NO AOAIN.
"My mother was afllicted a I0112 time
witli Neuralgia and a dull, heavy, inactive
condition of thu whole system; headache,
nervous prostration, and was almost help
less. :v pliysiciau or medicines did her
any good. Threo months ago she began
to use Hop Bitters with such good e fleet
that slio Eeeni3 and feels young again,
although over 70 years old. Wo think
there is uo otht-r medicine fit to me in the
family." A lady, in Providence
Bradford, Pa., May 8, 1875.
It has cured me of several d.suascs, such
as nervousness, sickne.-s at the stomach,
monthly troubles, etc. 1 have not seen a
sick day in a year, since I took Hop Bitters.
All my neighbors use them.
Mi.-s Fannie Green.
13,000 Lost. "A tour of Europe that
cost me "$3,000, doue me less good than
one bottle n Hop Bitters; they also
cured my wife of fifteen years' nervous
weakness, sleeplessness and dyspepsia."
R. M. Auburn, N. Y.
1110 II ACT1IORITV.
Hop Bitters is ntt, in any sense, an alco
holic beverage or liquor, and could not be
sold for use except to persons desirous of
obtaining a medical bitters.
Green B. Ralm, U. S. Com. Intre'l Re.v.
So. Bloominoville, O., May 1, '70.
bins I have been suuering ten years
and I tried your Hop Bitters and it done
me more good than all tho doctors.
Miss S. S. Boone.
We nre so thankful to say that our nurs
ing baby wa3 permanently cured of a dan
gerous and protmcted constipation and ir
regularity of the bowels by the use of Hop
Bitters by its mother, which at the same
time restored her to perfect health and
strength. The Parents, Rochester, N. Y.
The Bells of Uppt'i temlom
patronize SOZODONT because it terpetu
ates and increases the most important
item in the sum of loveliness, beauty of the
teeth. Let the mouth be ever so small, a
verycunid's bow, if filled with discolored
teeth it is repulsive. Whitened and pre
served with this peerhss dentiface, the teeth
form a delightful contrast to the roseat
hue and lovely curve of a pretty mouth
SOZODONT is fat preferable to gritty
"Eou?li on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Ki
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00
"Bough on Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid
50c. At Druggists. 2
Allen's Bilious Physic is a purely vegeta
bio liquid remedy for Headaches, Bilious
ness and Constipation. Easily taking, act
ing promptly, relieviug quickly. 2o cents.
At all druggists. 2
U. S. Surgeon Recommends..
Dr. J. M. G. Pheeton is a U. 8. Ex-Sur-geon,
residing now at Blooming, Ind. The
Dr. writes, to say: "I recommend Samari
tan Nervine because it currs epilepsy."
Puysicians, Generally, are its friends.
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of drsllars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, bave sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once nnd procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty ccuts. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of tho St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ttxas and
Paciiic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, arc thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the wot Id, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $a00 aud 4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climstc unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas nd 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, aud paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies linos.
II. C. Town-end, Gen'l Pas9. Agt.
St. Louia, Mo.
Public ncttco Is hereby eiven that the under
stKued Henrietta Hun er, of (iallatln, Mo., will,
on the loth day of M ireh, 1881, niuko an applica
tion to the Governor of the Unite of l.lluols for the
puHon of one James Turner, who was convicted of
an assault to murder, at the May term, 17U, or the
Aiexauner county circuit Court.
IJatcd at Culro, 111., this 0th day of Fob. A D. 1884.
S10d-3w On behalf of James Turner.
Estate of S.Mann A Dro., Debtors.
Tbe nnderslnned hereby elves notice that Ssm'l
Mann and r-ellir, Mann, of Cairo, In tbe county of
Alexander and state or Illinois, doing ousinesa
nnder the name and style of S. MiiTin.lt Bro., did,
on trie lllth day or February, A. D. 181, transfer to
the undersigned as assignee, all their property of
every kind and naturo whatsoever for the benefit
of their creditors accordicg to the provisions f the
act concerning asslgnine,,) for beuellt of creditors
and all ac a amendatory thereol.
All Derxnna Imulnir rUtins nirnlnst tho laid Arm
aro hereby notitled to present such claims nnder
oatnor alllrutntion tome at my place of bulu ss
In Cairo la said connty of Alexander and state
of Illinois within three months from this date.
Dated at Cairo, Ills., Keh. Hist. IHRl.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tlie
Law or lood.
SuccesKor to Widows and Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, organlzua July in, is, 7, nouer
thu laws of 1872.
JOHN n. ROBINSON President
WM. 8TKAT i' N Vlce-I'rtiildont
J. A. OOLUSTINK Truamirer
O. W. DU.NNIMi Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretury
BOARD OF DIRECTOR i fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stralton.Strstton 4 Bird, l-rovers, Cairo, 111.,
A. tioldMlinc, nftiold!tlne & Kusenwater, w hok-
sale and retnil dry Rood;U. W. Dunninir.M. O.;
Pre. Bd. Med hx., for pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Itolilnson, couniy
udge ami notary public; Win. V. l'ilcber, com.
iroker and Insurance aeent; K. II. Baltd, city
street supervisor; M. I'll. lit; s, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewi, attorney and secretary j K. V.
fierce, atlorney-it-law, UuOnmn III.: K. C. race
cashier of Centeniiinl Uuu , Ashley, 111.: Albert
Ilayden, cashier of Oeorue Connelly A Co.. Snriuir-
lleld, LI ; U. M Mnnn. nttorney-at-law, UM Kaj
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. ItnlM. A. Hatcher, at-torney-ai-law,
Charleston, Mo ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National Hank, Mimrt. Iowa.
My baby six months old broke out wl'h sorao
kind of skin humor, and alter beini; treated five
months by my family physician, wns given up to
die The drugi-lst recommended Swill's Specific,
and the effect was as Eralilying as it was miracu
lous. My child soon eut well, all traces of the dis
ease 's pone, aud he is as fat as a pig.
J. 11. KniKi.AND, Ulnden, Ituek County . Tems.
I have, tuiTered lor many years from ulcers on my
lees, olten voiy large und painful, during whleh
timJ I used almost everything to effect a cure, but
in vain. 1 took twin's SpecinV hy advice of a
irienn, ana in a snnrt tune was enrea simua ana
well, Kowin J . Miller, Ueanmont, Texas.
I have been aflTcted with Scrofula for twelve
years, and hnve hud sureB on me as large as
man's hand fur that length of time. Last summer
I was so bad off t!iat 1 could not wear clnthlntr.
had spent bnudrtds of dollars in th,'(ffrt lobe
cured, nut all lo no purpose, ana nad in lured my
Belf with Mercury and Potash, lour Swill's Sue
citic cured me promptly and permanently, aud I
hope every like sutl'erer will taue it
It. L II ii. ii , Lukonl, Ark.
PROMINENT BAPTIST TREACHER.
I was In Id low by an Attack nf Bronchitis and
Minister s sore Thront, and my lire was almost do
spalred or, wtien my physician said try a. 8. 8. .
hesitated for some time, but as I was a mid of be
Ing permanently laid aside Irom the active duties
my ministry, I decided to givu the preparation a
fair trial, and after persevering iu its use I found
compl te relief, and am enjoying excellent health.
1 am clearly or tlie opinion tout wilt's snccthc is
one of the bert Alteratives and Blood Purifiers In
existence, and 1 take pleasure In recommending
ItB curative qualities to others afflicted as Iwas.
11. U. COl.NiDY.
FROM A WEI.L KH'.WN LAWYER.
I have takon Swift's Spociflc for Rheumatism
and found perfect, relief. It also relieved me of
Dyspepsia, from which 1 had suffered for yea-a,
believe, when Only ntinrcclated as a Toulc and
Blood l'urlder, that Swill's Specific will become a
nouseuoiu reraeuy. u. f. tuu..
Atlanta, Oa., Nov. 18, 1882.
Our treatise on Clood and Skin Diseases mailed
free tu applicants.
the BHir i Brucirit; t:u
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