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on tho tun ilnvof Jl'iroh. make an aiindrv
ti.m t. i Ko :viri.tip nf rhe Stnte nf I litiolA for tha
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Dated at fulro, 111., thin nth dnyiif Feh. A. D. 1884
810d 3vr onbehaif of James Turner.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOIINIXG FEBRUARY 27, 1884.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
STAGES OF TIIE RIVfCR.
The river tnarkod by the "ftugo at this
P'rt at 0 p. ru. 51 feet 5 inches and fall
in,'. Chttanoog, Feb. 26. River 11 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 20. River 30 foet 10
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 20. River 19 feet
0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Feb. 20 River 18 feet 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 20. River 7 feet 6 inch
St Louis, Feb 20. River 13 feet 1 ipch
Mr.C. F. Predmore, Present', Ont., Can
ada, writes that he usud St. Jacobs Oil, the
nvtgicil ptiu-destroyer, upon a valuable
horse that had wrenched his shoulder. In
a short time he was completely cured, mak
ing his mile inside of 2.27.
TIIE FULL DRE63 PARTY.
The party given at The Ilalliday on the
evening t Washington's birthday was one
of the most enjoyable events of the season,
and one long to be remembered by those
who participated in its pleasures. The la
dies were all handsomely dressed and de
serve more than a passing notice. The
b;lle of the evening was Ilittie Ilolgcs, a
beautiful and accomplished young lady of
Carrollton, 111., who is visiting her friend
and schoolmite, Mrs. Geo. Parson.
Mis H lg';9 wore pink silk, trimmed
with Spanish he, corsage loquette of na
31r. Pardons appeared fxceeilinly riis
tinque in a cream f 'itin dress made princess.
Mrj. Frank Giligher w .s acsplendcnt in
cream satin, front lace and diamonds.
Mrs. Drtdlcy wore a handsome dress of
white satin with scarlet brocade, virlvet
Mrs. Capt. Knight, in main cun's veil
ing trimmed with lace, looked lovely.
Mrs. A. B. Safford was elegantly dressed
in black brocaded velvet, ornmanents,
Mrs. IK-nry Ilalliday looktd stately in
garnet velvet ar.d silk, j -wels an J di anion ds
Mrs. W. P. Ihlliduy wore a comVdnation
dress of khek filk and velvet.
Mrs. II. II. Candoe wore cream nun's
veiling, tri nmel with lace. Ornaments,
Mrs. Judge Daker, Mrs. B. Gilbert
and Mrs. Woodward were richly at'ired in
Miss M tu I Ciey, of MvAind City, wore
black silk with lace overdress.
Miss Ada Thornton, who is visiting her
frind, Miss Armstrong, wore black silk
with lace overdress.
Theb-autyand simplicity of the pure
white dresses worn by Miss Ella Armstrong
and Miss Lacrone, need no comments.
The youthful beauty of Miss Jsnnie
Schuttcr was set off to best advantage by a
dress of Ophelia satin, with white lace over
dress, buuqutte of Marshal Niel roses.
Miss Maud Rittenhouse simply "shayed
the bearded men at a breath, and the
youth's that grow between," by appearing
in a hand larulcd satin dress, the combina
tion vf a delicate pink and pale blue, seem
ed pecu'.arly suited to her.
Miss Clara White looked lovely in garnet
silk and velvet.
Mrs. M. F.,Oilbert was exceedingly neat
and pretty in a dress of cream nun's veil
ing trimmed with pale blue embroidery.
Mrs. Wm. Pink wore black silk with
Miss Tennie Woodward wore a beautiful
dress of orange, brocaded satin, trimmed
profusely with lace, ornaments palo pink
Miss Mary Baker was bewitching in a
dress of pale blue, mun's veiling, trimmed
with brocade satin.
We must not forget Capt. Knight's little
girls. Miss Lulu wore garnet Bilk and
Evealine, that lovely little brunette, with
her beautiful dark brown hair wore a dress
of two shades of blue.
The gentlemen present were in the usual
Delightful music was furnished by Prof.
Storer's band and the company made merry
in the "dreamy waltz," the beautiful
schottish and tha gay quadrille until the
witching h iur of twelve, when they were
summoned to a superb collation to which
ample justice was done. Then to the mazy
dance again untiL three o'clock when they
separated well pleased with the evening's
pleasures and hoping to soon again enjoy
the delights of another festive gathering at
Tho Ilalliday. Mum.
Cairo, Feb. 20, 1884.
Somewhere in Georgia there is a church,
which is called "The Sister's Church;" all
the members are women. The chief work
of their missionary society is to send Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup to the Indians, who
suffer largely with coughs and colda.
Two gi rantic eagles, which, for tho
last four years, have mado themsolves
exceedingly disliked by earning otl
lambs and poultry from Vermont
farms, wero recently captured in a
stoel trap at Sandguto. Tho male bird,
which died in tho trap, measured seven
feet and sevi n inches between tho tips
of his wings and weighed twenty-five
pounds. Ilia mato, whoso wings
spread six feet, was taken alivo, nnd
can bo bought for a price sutisf actor r
to young Mr. Jarvis Hurd, of Sand-,
Etiquette for Chinese Women.
A young girl walking in tho street
muiit not turn her head round; nor at
homo is sho to glance shyly at visitors.
She is to remember, moreover, that
girls who aro always laughing nud
talking aro not esteemed; and that vir
tuous women have been honored from
tho earliest times. The philosopher
Mendzo grieved when ho saw his moth
er break her shuttle; tho woman Tson
threw herself on a sword to snvo her
husband's life; tho mother of Ao, being
so poor that sho could not buy writing
materials, taught her son to read by
traciDg characters in tho sand. Wo
men should bo able to read, writo and
use tho counting machino, so as to bo
in position to direct a household. They
should read books of piety and stories
of morality in action, while avoiding
love-poetry, songs and anecdotes. Wo
men should bo resorvud; und they nro
cruelly enjoined not to occupy them
selves with other people's affairs. Men
ought never to talk of domestic affairs,
whilo woman should never talk of any
thing else. Whon a visitor is in tho
drawing-room tho lady of tho houso
should not bo heard raising her voico
in tho kitchen. Woineu aro not to
paint their faces and wear striking
colors, for tho suflioieut reason that if
they do men w ill look at them. Young
women, as well a3 young men, nro to
bo dutiful to their parents aud always
in good humor, even when their father
and mother are not They aro to ask
them whether they are hot or whether
they are cold; to take them food and
drink and to furnish them with new
boots and shoes. When a young girl
is grown up and married to an honest
man she must not forget her parents,
and once or twieo a year must ask per
mission of her husband to go and see
them. "From tho highest authority
until tho present day tile rule in mar
riage has been that the husband com
mands and the wife obeys." Virtue in
a wife consists in having an even tem
per; and to arrive at this much must
be supported. "If the lirst wife litis
cot the happiness to give her husband
a male child he chouses a person lie
loves in order to have by her a son
who will perpetuate his line. It is nec
essary umler the?o circumstances,"
says the "Manual," "not to give way
to jealousy, but to live together oil
friendly terms in tho same house. At
present great dissensions take place
between lirst aud second wives. O.it of
a hundred first wives you will hardly
find one of a sweet and affable dispo
sition. I have taken great pains,"
adds the author, "in writing this para
graph. Do not read it thoughtlessly."
If, however, he had been more thought
ful himself it might have occurred to
him that tho want of sweetness and af
fability which ho deplores in "lirst
wives" is the result less of character
than of circumstances and that it
would show itself equally in second
wives if they too in their turn were to
be replaced. St. James1 Gazette.
l'rospect For Apple Orchards.
At a recent meeting of the Western
New York Farmers' Club, tiie question
"Need Orchardi.-ts be Discouraged?"
was discussed. Mr. Quimby said that
some orchardists hd ceased to hope in
consequence of three successive fail
ures, and were digging up their tree,',
as the land was more valuable for farm
crops. But he thought the failure only
temporary, and that with good man
agement orchards will continue to
bear well in the future. Some, with
the best treatment, had borne well tho
past season. There were instances in
past years where apple orchards had
yielded as high as o00 and even $1,000
per acre. Lie would renovate old or
chards or plant new oues. Mr. Rogers
said his experience had been unfavor
able. He planted an orchard eighteen
years ago on rich land, but it had borne
little. Mr. Simmon said that thrifty
orchards had been dug up because the
land was worth more for farm crops.
It appears that these trees had grown
too fast, for a case was reported of an
orchard which boro a good crop, which
had not been plowed for many years;
and Mr. Quirnby mentioned tho case of
a tree girdled by mice two-third3 around
under a snow-drift, which bore a heavy
crop, all the other trees being barren.
Mr. Reed had observed that trees which
bad been bruised by teams bore better
than others. It appears that the trees
in some of these orchards on very rich
land had been too highly cultivated;
although cases were reported of barren
orchards in grass. Shelby Reed said
his orchard bore better than usual tho
past season, and from four acres he
had $300 worth of fruit. Some of tho
spoaters had allowed their orchards to
bo killed by the canker worm; others
destroyed the insects easily with Paris
green. Seasons and unfavorable in
fluences can not be controlled, but ex
perience has already proved that great
benefit has been derived from intelli
gent and vigilant management. Old
orchards which have made little growth
indicated by the length of tho annual
shoots have been brought into abund
ant bearing by a copious and broad
cast top-dressing with yard manure,,
and by judicious pruning, cutting out
dead brauches, and thinning the outer
part whero the growth, was too thick.
The canker worm is easily destroyed
with Paris green, aud the coilling worm
killed by spraying several times with
Paris green, in seven hundred times its
bulk of water, when tho young fruit is
tho size of cherries. On poor land,
cultivation and manuring will often
give moderato crops every year when
oearing was only in alternate years be
fore Early thinning of fruit fn abund
ant years promotes annual bearing,
and gives finer apples.
The other night a merchant in a
small country town was discovered in
his office at an unusually late hour, and
in reply to inquiries ho said, "My con
fidential clerk is missing." "And what
of it?" "Why, I'm looking over the
books, but they seem to be all square. V
"Have you counted your cash?" "Yes,
nnd it is correct to a shilling." "Lookr
ed over your bank book?" "I havoj
and it Is satisfactory. That's tho puz
zle, you see. lie's hooked it, nnd I
can't mako out what for." "Boca
homo since noon?" "No." "Per
haps ho has elopod with your wife."
"What an ideal but it may bo so! If
it is, then the puzzle will bo solved. 'f
Ho hurried homo and it was so, and ho
felt a great anxiety off his mind.
An A i K.iiis.is i! I lull.
Tho doath of A itahaut Becker is ro
poncd. He Jivcl on W a: teased bayou,
in Prairie county, Ark., a:id earned a
livelihood by trtip; ing an 1 li.hing. It
is claimed lu w is a native vf Syracuse,
N. Y., where he h:n ni.-.ny wealthy rel
atives. His nho In was a tumble-down
hut; his only romp iiiioii.s two big dogs.
Ho led a lierinit-liki) existence, shun
ning mankind, .singular stories con
cerning him tire r tittied. It was said
he had been 'o ivd into voluntary exilo
to escape punishment for awful crimes,
and that he had largo sunn of money
hidden about his lonely cabin. Humor
likewise staled that he had once been
a counterfeiter. Ho sold tidi at a
neighboring town, arriving and depart
ing like a shadow. Ho spoke to few,
und his taciturn manner checked awk
ward inquiries concerning his history,
lie was missed from his usual haunts
nt tho beginning of last week, and cu
riosity inspired u party of men to visit
his dwelling. No v.u of life was any
where visible around it. Tho visitors
pushed open the door and entered.
Becker was fotmd dead on a pallet.
Life had been extinct some time. Tho
remains w. r; eUd,.d by the dogs,
who growied fieri; dy, and who tried to
drive away the intruders. Whether
tho oid hermit had been strangled or
died from na ural causes was a matter
of conjecture. No money or food was
found anywhere in the hut, whero pov
erty nnd" desolation had apparently
taken up their abode. As in life, so in
deaih, B i ker pres. rved the secrets of
the past, leaving no letters or papers
through which they might be disclosed.
There are person., who claim that mur
der and roi.beiy ended bis career, but
a coroner's in.j.iest was of tho opinion
that he came to his death from want
and exposure, lb; was buried near
his hut. Th t d igs faithful to tho end,
followed him to the grave, and showed
d epesi -rief win n the e:ir;h hid him
from view. The r.n ra:i!s had to bo
fori'. oly reni'.vi-d from tin; "iiv. Back
er's lile nnd ;e!h w.!i in,. remain a
re.:fter of I c:,i . . -i,,. .. , ,t Ju'.O.UO
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relievos and cures
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fJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Joseph Gcck, Kdwln Tartons, Trnstee of the
Cairo 1 rust Property, and all others whom It
You are hereby notified that at a sale ot
real estate, made by the collector, John Hodges,
at tho southwest door of the courthouse, In the
ilty ol Cairo, county of Alexander and stato of
Illinois, on the flrnt iluyof July, A. D. im, C. N.
Ungues pniclmsed tha follow, ng describod real
est to situated In said county for the taxes, spec at
assessments, penalties and coets, due and unpaid
thereon for tno year A. I). 1881, to-wlt: Lot twen
tyeven (7 and lot twenty eight (28). In block
foity four (44). In the cllyof Cairo, county of Al
exander and stato ul Illinois, and that said C.N.
Hughes received ccrllllcates of purchase for the
same, which wore, on the nth day of February,
A. D. 1h84, assigned to Fredolln Uross; said land
being taxed In the name of Maria Geek, and that
the time allowed by law forth redemption of said
real estate will expire on the first day of July,
A.D 1881, athlch time (will apply for a deed.
' Assignee of C. N. Uuirhes, Purchaser.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 37th, A. D. lam,
ill!! Ijli! KuTltoimBmuallrii!
Swlfi'a Sneclllo la entirely a vegetable nreD.ra.
on, aLd tbould not be confounded with tha -
iIouk aulmtitutua. Imitation, non-aecret hnmbtiK,
"Succui Alteram,'' etc., etc., which are now be
ing manufactured by arlona person.. None of
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Specific, and there it rotting In the world like It.
To prevent disaster and disappointment, be sure to
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Taint. Blood t'oiaon. Malarial Polaon and Skin
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1 have had remarkably .accent with fiwlff. Ans
el tic in the treatmentof Bleod and Sk n Diaea.et,
ami iu r emaie umeueen. 1 took It myself for Car
uncles with hapry effect.
u. u. u. UKNiiT, M.p., Atlanta, Ga.
I uiied Swlft't Specific on nr little daughter, who
was ulllicted with aome Blood Poison which hd
rxvlsted ad sons of treatment, a ha Hnerirtr. tn.
Ileved her lietmanuntlv, and I shall use it in my
practice. v , uitoNTK, M.U.,
Cypress ltlde, Ark.
In lssf) I came from tho North to take enured of
the gn works In Itom ', as ttiperinlendoDt, and
Iter the overflow, which occurred in thu anrlno
following, I was very much exposed to malarial
poinon, nnd lu InS-J (mind my blood so contamina
ted with tho poiHou tli ut I was forced to (jive up
business. 1 was treited by the physicians without
llv trouble finally determined In an abtce.a of
the llvar aud nearly every one (myself Included)
thought 1 wa doomed to die within a few daya.
in hi o cummion i was aavtsea ny a rriend to take
Swift's Specific, and I took it Just aa a drowning
van would catch at a straw, but as toon as my
system got under tbo Influence ol the remedy, the
ahscest came to a point and burst, pasting off
without pain. In fifteen days after tblslwasnp
at my work, and have since enjoytd excellent
Kvery sufferer from malarial nolsnn thnnld take
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, TJuder tbe
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Atd SO'
duty, organized juiy tn, is,7, under
the laws of 187.
JOHN It. ROBINSON President
WM. ST It AT i N....... Vtce-Prtaldent
J. A. GOLuSTlNE -leaBuroi
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum. Stratton A Bird, cro-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. Goldstine, ofUoldstlne & Rosenwater, whole
sale and refml dry good; C. W. Dunning. M. D.j
Pre. Bd. Med. Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. II. Robinson, county
Judge and notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and iiinurance aecnt: R. II . Haird. city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomaa Lewis, attorney and secretary; H. V.
H:erce,attorney at-law, DuOjioin III.; K . C . Pace
cashier of Centennial Biiuk, Ashley. 111. ; Albert
Hayden. cashier of George Connolly A Co., Spring
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dolph street, Chicann; Hon. Robt. A. Uatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Leighton,
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