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To say that malaria is mischie
vous is to put it very mildly. It is
all that and more. It is cunning;,
deceitful, treacherous, sly, and un
derhanded. It does its work in the
dark, and in such a sly way that
much of the mischief is done before
it is discovered. It saps the found
ations of a healthy system. It robs
the blood of its vitality.demoralizes
the liver, confounds the stomach,
and makes the victim wish he were
in his grave. It is sad to see people
sit down in their misery, content to
be the victims of mischievous mal
aria, and thinking that nothing- can
be done for them. The power of
Brown's Iron Bitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so
amply proved that there is no rea
son why anybody who can procure
a botrie of this Prince of Tonics
shall suffer. Great is the power of
malaria, and great are its disastrous
effects. Hut greater far is the benefi
cunt influence of Uruwn's Iron Bit
thus. The preparation of iron in this
favorite family remedy can be taken
without ruining the teeth or producing
constipation and headache, I
"Ton claim too
Mick for Sajiabi
tak Nbbtih I,'
I?' can one medicine be
- lepsy, Dyspepsia,
A I r n h a 1 1 m .
Oplara Katin. RlirnmatiNm, Hprrmator--Than,
or Nominal WeakocM, and Ufty other
roinpl&lolsf" declaim it a ipeajtc, sim
ply, because the virus of all diseases ariws from
the blood. Ita Nervine, Resolvent, Alterative and
Laxative propertlcsmectall theconditions herein,
referred to. It's known world vridt m
It quiet and composes the palieul imt by ilia
quiet and compose the palieul imi iy mo
Introduction of opiates and drastic cathartics, but
by the restoration of activity to Uie stomach and
nervous system, whereby the brain is relieved
of morbid fancies, which are creakd by tho
Causes atjove referred to.
To Clergymen, Lawyer. Literary wen, Mer
chants, Hanker. Ladies and ail thoae whose sed
entary employment causes nervoun prostration,
irr'gulartit-i of tho blood, stomach, bowels or
kidneys or who require a nerve tonic, appctizeror
stimulant, Samaritaw Naavrss is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim It the most wonderful invig.
orant that ever sustained tho sinking system.
fl.M. Sold by ll Urarcixta. (14)
FortUinonia an1 circulars send stamp.
XEI 2, 8. A. SXCSKOira If S3. CO., IPS'l,
V ST. JOttEFH, MO.
I ord, 'tontenhnrh 4 Co., Az a . , Ch:r.no, 111.
Who irant glossy, luxuriant
nnd wa?y tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair mnst use
LYON'S KATHAIKON. This
elegant cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps It from falling
out, arrests and cores gray
ness. removes dandruff anil
Itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Mean
til'ul. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Katharron.
From those sources arise throe-fourths of
tho tlisouaea of the butntui ruce. Xlieee
symptoms Indicate their sxisteiice : Loss of
Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head
nche, fullness alter eating, aversion to
exertion of bofly or wind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Law
spirits, a feeling of having neglected
some duty, IMzziuesa, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before I lie eyes, highly col
ored trine, CO.YSTIl'ATio.V, nnd do.
mnnd tho use of romeily tlmt nets directly
on the Liver. AsaLiver medicine TETT'S
TILLS have no oqunl. Tlielr notion on tho
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all Impurities through these tlireo " scav
engers of the system," producing appe.
tiie, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
Bkinnnd a vigorous bolv. ITTT'Si PILLS
cause no nuusea or griping nor interfere
with dnllv work unci nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
ItE FEELS LlUIi A KliW MAN.
'I have had DyHpopsIn, with Constipa
tion, two years, nnd linve trii'd ten different
kinds of pills, and TXTT'S are the first
that nave done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passnfres, 1 fuel like a new
man." W. I). KDWARDS, Palmyra, O.
Bold every whero.a.Tc. Offl?,41 Murray 8t.,K.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Oiut IIaih or Whiskers changed in
stantly to aULOSBT KLA.CK by a slnglo a p.
plication of this DTK. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of $1,
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York,
T.TT8 MANUAL CF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE.
Public notice Is herebv iriven that tho under-
llttied Henrietta Hun er, of Gallatin, Mo., will,
in tba 10th dav of March. 1864, make an applica
tion to the Governor of the 8 late of Hinds for the
srdon of one dames Turner, who was convicted of
n assault to tnnrder, aHbeMar term. 1879. of the
aifxanrter uoantv Ulrcatt court.
Bated at Cairo, III., this fllh dsrof Feb. A.I). 1884,
Hart Kin. i i A uurvi &ti,
IJOi-f w On behalf of James Tamer,
The Daily Bulletin.
Birtoo U right wlitm ho iiy: uMunl
City ami Cairo serenely sit In the Up of the
Urettt waters, like noble ship safely an
chored. Until cities have boon put to Somo
ioconvunienco, and it is prohibit) that bmi-
nei has buun a im what circumscribed, but
this is tho bum total of damage done.
Prom time to time rumors have been put in
circulation th tt Cairo was in danger, but
they were only rumor. It is probable that
by this time the fluid has reached th
mark of last year, but the wafer is now at
its highest, and will run out rapidly. Cairo
is not now, uor has it b'icn, in any danger.
The hi'h win Is of Tuisday had but little
effect upon the city's earthen walls. Cairo
adds to her list another victory over the
greatest of floods."
Tne Suite Journal "is glad to announce
that Uiiaiicial arrangements have been
made to injure the building of the Spring
field & South Tn rulroad. This is the line
which was located list tu umer by the com
pany of which Hon. Janes C. Cook ling, of
this city, and other prominent financiers of
this state, are corporators and directors.
The rad ru-ia from Springfield nearly due
south through the county seats of six coun
ties, to-wit: Ilillsboro, in Montgomery;
Greenville, in Bind; Carlyle in Clinton;
Nashville, in Washington; Pinckneyville,
in Perry, and Murphy sboro, in Jackson.
Its destination beyond the last mentioned
point is not stated. It will pass through
an excel l-.-nt region of country and com
mand an extensive north and south trade."
Cairo is probably the ultimate destination
of this line, as it is that of nearly all others
projected in this section ot country.
These wards from the Courier-Journal
should not be passed over lightly oy river
towns, ft r they bear the stamp of truth and
good sense: It is all gammon to say that
we shall probably not see another flood as
this in the Ohio valley for a hundred years.
The sane confident prediction was nude
after the inundation of last February.
Those who voice such prophecies bass them
ontht so called "law" of chances, which is
nothing than the universal superstition of
gambler?, on which all their "systems" for
''beating the game" are constructed. The
truth Is, we should be prepared tor theso
floods at any time. The location of the
Ohio valley, its topography, its climate, its
inumerable water courses, all tend to sub
ject it mom to these great inundations than
any other section of tho country, and the
sooner the inhabitants recognize this fact
the sooner will they make ready for futuae
flo ids. The immediate duty, ot course, is
to relieve the victims of the present high
water, but there is no better time to deter
mine on safeguards against the next.
Doubtless many resolutions to be better
prepared for it have already been formed.
The traditional hopseholder always re
solved, while it was raining, that he would
repair the roof, and always forgot it when
the sun came out. Let those having prop
erty in the districts subject to overflow see
to it that their good resolutions do not end
like those of the traditional householder.
CONCERT FOR FLOOD SUFFERERS.
OPERA nOCSB, MONDAY RIGHT, VKBRCABT
THE PnOGRAMMB PART I.
1. Selection Solitude. Mercadante
2. Recitation. Miss Bessie Alden.
) a. "Answers," Blumenthal.
3. Ballads b. "Within a Mile of Edin-
) boro Town".
Mrs. J.M. Lansden.
4. Piano Solo Concertuck Weber.
Mrs. George Pnrsoas.
5. Song "Waiting" (violin obligato by
C. Frank.) Millard. Miss Clara Robbins.
6. Flute Duett Selection from "Lu
cretia Borgia" Donnizetti. Prof.- Stnrer
and Mr. White.
7. Quartette "0 1 Hush Thee, my
Baby" Sullivan. Mrs. Lansden, Miss
Clara Ribbins, E. N. Hough and W. N.
8. Overture Bohemian Girl Balfe
1. Medley Yankee Tickle Beyer.
2. Recitation The Polish Boy Mrs.
Ann 8. Stephens, Maud Rittenhouse.
8. 8mg "A Little Lw Roofed Cabin"
Words by Miss Mary McKee, music by
Mrs. Geo. Paisons; orchestra accompani
ment arranged by Prof. Storer. Miss Ilattie
4. Clarionett Duett Selections from
Klose's. Prof. 0. A. M. Storer and George
5. Vocil Duett Selections from Bohem
ian Girl Balfe. Miss Clara Robbing and
Frank G. Metbalf.
0. Instrumental Sexbtte Messrs.
Schuh. Wundi-rlich. Swoboda, Boicourt,
Sxrber and Pliillis.
7. Quartette Selected Mrs. Lansden,
Mis Clara R ibbins, E. N. Hough and W.
8. Medley "Dudes of 18S3"-Bossis-
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 51 feet 10 inches and on
Chattanooga, Feb. 23. River 18 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 23. River 41 feet 5
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 23. River 82 feet
HJncheg and falling.
Nashville, Feb. 23 River 84 feet 8 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 23. River 10 feet 1 in
ches and falling.
fit Louis, Feb 23. River 14 feot 0 Inch
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 24, 1884.
For The Cslru Bulletin.
PLA7TIME AND PLATERS.
"Backward, tnro backward, oh Time, In your
Make me a child again Jast for to-nlgbtl "
In how many human hearts, tore and
aching with woe, has this yearning try
found an echol It is in sorrow's twilight
when the uplighted eye sees naught but
lowering clouds of adversity that we long
with an unutterable longing for the olden
days Time, unheeding the appeal, rolls
on, the faster hurrying us nearer Eternity's
brink; and the weary toiler takes np again
the burden with only visions ot a bright
beautiful past, which, could it be recalled f
would be to ohl bow many as a 'merry
We cherish the times of childhood and
its innocent play the wondrous air-castles
from whoso windows we looked through
the glass undimmed by any foreboding
saved the "One-eyed Giant," or "Red Rid
ing Hood's Wolf "as among the rarest
gems, tho sweetest thoughts, in memory's
When we look on the moulder
ing frame of our "dear old rag doll"
which to us had a heart that beat to "love's
delicious tones" and eyes, in whose now
socketless depths we could once see what
none other could. We recall the time
when "laughter played a silver harp and
youthful smiles were golden," and sigh
that these happy delusions should fade
into the realities of the present.
From history we learn that children have
played in ways characteristic of their
nationality in every age of the world, and
undoubtedly their play times were quite
as dear to them as to those of this latter
generation, nor from our researches have
we found grown-up people excluded, for
Moses tells us that "the people sat down to
eat and to drink and ross np to play."
Among the nations of antiquity the His
tori in Herodotus and the philosophic
Tbucydides corroborate the fact that man
in this age had his playtimes. The higher
standard of modern literature deals princi
pally wi h the mighty questions of the age.
We constantly read in the daily newspapers
of "stage players." "Players en musical
instruments," "card players" and numerous
ethers, which space prohibits mentioning
but ohl mid life's shifting scenes, let us
make the play time of our now-maturer
years, such, that we, as players, may shine
as stars ere its drama reaches the grand
finale. A. M. W.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 22, 1884.
In the midst tr rheumatic or neuralgic
torture, it is pleasant to feel a masterly
remedy moving through your system,
driving nut tne pangs and freeing the tied
joints. Yntingof Athlophoros tbe cham
pion remedy Mr. Gee. Haden, Fair
Haven, Conn., says: "Have been a victim
of neuralgia for years. During the last
attack, tried Athlophoros. Its effect was
truly wonderful. After the second dose I
felt it all through me, and my pain was
gone. In tbree hours I was able to resume
work, and have not been troubled since."
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI RAILWAY.
Passknobb Department. )
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 20th, 1884. j
J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent I. O. B. R., Cairo, III.
Dear Sir: Trains on tbe Ohio A Mis'
sissippi are now running regularly, withcut
detention from any cause whatever, and
make the usual connection in Union depots
at St. Louis, Cincinnati and Louisville with
all trains east and west.
The 0. & M. had a severe struggle with
the flood, but at no time was tbe passenger
business suspended. Yours truly,
W. B. Strattcc, Gen'l Pass. Agt,
Agriculture in Ireland.
Irish land shows a continuous ten
dency to go out of cultivation the area
under all crops being this year but 15,
151,230 acre, as against 15.212.3iJ0
last year, and 15,304,235 the year be
fore." The decline extends alike to
corn, green crops, flux, and rotation
grasses; and even potatoes occupy 30,
000 acres less than in 1882. The de
crease in the area under wheat is enor
mous, amounting to no less than 58,
XW acres, or nearly 38 per cont Tho
growth in permanent pasture does not,
as in England, keep pace with tho
abandonment of tillage. On tho con
trary, tho cultivated area in tho whole
of Ireland shows a diminution in the
year of more than 60,000 acres. There
is some increase in the number of cat
tle, and a slight increase in the number
Df sheep and lambs; but the number of
the latter is about 28 per cent, less than
Iwo years ago. In pigs there has been
a decrease for the year of over 100,000.
Daniel Boone's Whisky.
During a conversation with a gentle
man, and while relating accounts of old
times, ho told an incident in the life of
Daniel Boone, the famous explorer of
Kentucky, which probablv has hereto
fore boon unpublished, llo said that
when Daniel Boone and his party were
surveying the "dark and bloody
gro.ind" they heard tho Indians, and
us they wero on the warpath they be
gan to devise nuans to escape death.
They had made two chops on a tree
for a line. Daniel had a quart of
whisky, and he Bai.l : "We must do
. something with tho whisky or the In-
uians may eaten ns ana gut arunK ana
kill us all." The last treo that was
chopped had a hollow near a fork, and
Daniel Boone put the quart of whisky
in the hollow. Forty years had passed;,
and the question camo up about that
spot, and Daniel told them they could
tell by the quart of whisky in tho treo.
Tho treo was found, but had grown
large and the hollow had grown up,
but old man Boone said, "Cut it down
and the quart of whisky can bo found,
and tho question would be settled
whether that was the spot in dispute."
Tho tree wn felled and split opon and
tho bottlo was found, but tho whisky
was cone had evaporated in the forty
year? time, it is supposed. SomervilU
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following, I was very much exposed to malarial
poison, ana in IK-2 found my blood so contamina
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My trouble finally determined In an abscess of
tbe liver and nearly every one (myself Included)
thought 1 was doomed to die within a few days.
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nan would catch at a straw, bat as soon as my
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abscess came to a point and burst, passing! off
without pain. In firieen days alter this 1 was np
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