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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, lJronchitis.Croun, Inflii
enza. Asthma. Whfiot1inff'finf1i. Tn.i?
cipient Consumption and for the re-
liefof consumptive persons in ad van
ced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale a
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The Watit of a Itell Ode Idurct c
w Ich, whlP set t.g a st'tuti'an; of tin- ki-Jt.evs,
h-ith r.ci'u'P m-r liritat tin-11 w, s )m -in t
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I rmtion u l Is. ta r.-lor.-, f.t t : it siapfed for
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d seascs arc cured bv it
Forea'.ebr all J o.-iil an I de.brs gt.eraly
Who Vt'ant glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tiYssesof uhuudant,
lpuutii'ul Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIKOX. This
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and fast, keeps it from i"al!h,i
out, arrests and cures sray
nevs, removes dantlruir a:ul
ikliiiitr, makes the II air
stroii::, giving it a curlinr?
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. .Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of u.sini Kathah on.
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Hersnse It acts on the I.IVHU, BOWELS inJ
hli.MS at the mini lime.
Baeanae It cleanses the system of the poison,
ons humors that ticvclope In Kidney aud Url.
U17 DIwum, Biliousness, Jaundice, Const ipv
tion, Piles, or la Rocuraatism, I reurft'.pia, Ner
vous Disorders and ail Female CompUiuls.
irsOLW 1'KuoF of THIS.
tp vrrr.Ti surely eras
h mm imnV 11 t! nrm H
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off diaoase.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst formi of those torriblo (liseaBO
have beoa quickly relieved, aud ui a uliuxt Ume
fbice, i. ngviD or our, fOI.U It v DitrucisTS.
Dry can be ent by mall.
WELLS, ElUiIABDSON le Co., liurUi)(fton, Vt
3 Sena lump for Uiuf Ahiuuw lr
This porous planter la
absolutely (V tfi ever
made-, combining tho
virtues of hops with
(Tunis, balsam, and ex
tracts, Its power la wonderful in curlntf diseases whero
other plasters slmiily re lievo. Critic In tlie Iloek and
Neck, Tain in t!ie Si lo or Limbs, Stiff JoiuU and HutcIcs,
Kidney Troubled, llhcumatljm, h'eural.-la, Boro Chest,
aff ttctions of tho Heart and Lircr,ftndn!l lalnsor aches
In any part cured distantly l7 the Hop I'lailer. ITTry
I It. Trice 1 cents or Bro lor cl.Wk
llalli-d on reccii t of prim. BoM bv
all dru'.'nrists aud country stores.
Jii'P J'insier Inmpan't,
-rroprietori, Eootou, Mass.
H (J K
t War conrtipotion. loss of nr;.'t.:o nnd i! ucast a of the
owelstakolIawl"V,sSM-nn'"in-!ct I.'rr I I-, cents.
Vhnfe debility, PThnnsted
p ,!, prviLK.Uuo d' liiy
and fi.i.uro ti pirlorm lite'sj
titll, e proper'y ro o iuwd bjr
ei f. errors of youth, etc.,
liiid a pn'pt ft nnd la-itirn
rchtoniiinn to relmu hrulili
rnd Tlirorona munhiMHl iu
rHfc. MAI'STON HOLU3.
Soitilcr hl'iiitm-h urnirifinir nor
. ii ;r iinenin. 1 nisin :umunl (it
ci'voua ifiiiii.y ana
I'll, stent U1T11 v iumiii'nrmltf
snrrgssTUI pprnnre im -u mi p"rir-fc UIJlf'nOHS,
new nnd direct mrthnd and nh-nlnte (hor.
aiiehncs. lull imvrinst'n aud Truatiw froa.
Address Consnlti nit l'liyxlcinn of
MARSTON REMEDYCO.MOW.UthSL, New York.
1 0 CELEBRATED Iff
1 . . 1. 1- rr.M lie owmmi yyj
The Daily Bulletin.
Mai Tiort !y Proxy.
Among the ciihin passengiTi on tho
l:u'k Vuronic.-t, which nrrivud tit this
port from Fnyul rcenutly, hhvs tlio
Xt-w 15 'dfoiil il rcury, whs 11 "young
lit'lt', pcrli.'ips "twi-niy yours of ngo,
qullu pretty, who was registered on tho
ptisst'iier "list by the uioilost title of
Louisii AuUHtu tie Oiivera. TliLs young
l.'nly was luarned ut tho islands sevoral
weeks ago, yet singularly the first
glimpse of her husband was obtained
through the cabin window of tho Ve
ronica, as ho stood on Propeller Wharf
impatiently waiting for the vessel to
coino alongside the dock.
The steward of tho Veronica explain
ed to a reporter that marriage by proxy
was not uncommon among tho island
ers. It is becoming popular, for worso
than awkward results have frequently
followed where tho girl has traveled a
long distance to meet the m:in to whom
she is betrothed, and tho latter refuses
to marrv because tli'young lady does
not realize his anticipations. Careful
mothers are accordingly averse to send
ing a way their daughters on this C. ().
1). sul j'ict to approval principle, and
now demand some (ruaranteo of good
f. . n t)
The courtship in the present instanco
was conducted by friends of the young
lady and gentleman. Photographs
were exchanged and the compact was
made. Tho bridegroom forwarded a
power of attorney, and tho ceremony
of marriage was performed by a priest
at Faynl, marrying the young girl to a
man thousands of miles away. Tho
play of "Hamlet" with Hamlet left out
can be no comparison to a wedding
without a bridegroom.
Willi her marriage certificate tho
voung lady engaged passage on tho
Veronica, and exhibited somo impa
tience, ho the steward says, at tho
1 -ngth of the pas-age. As tho vessel
came u: the harbor fche grew pardona
bly anxious, and scanned the wharf in
tently as tho vessel was docked. At
length a young man came into the cab
in, and said a man on the wharf sent
him to see if his wife was aboard. Tho
steward a.-ked him to point out tho
m:n, which ho did. Tho girl exhibited
the liveliest interest, ami" looked her
hus. and over with a critical and, on
the whole, approving eye.
The messenger returned with tho
husband. The girl blushed, tho hus
band smiled, and they prosaically
shook hands. Each was apparently
completely sati.-lied with their venture,
and the husband boro his youug wife
Mr. J ihn Lw, of Hyde Park, Cook
county, III., hgt'l sixty, states that aftr six
months oiilFiTing with gout nnd rheuma
turn without relief, he finally tried St. Ja
cobs Oil, tho great pain-cure, and was
iltiiiiinj; With It.iUiii-I'owder.
A f-w day, since a c-mplo of miiver
s'tv chap- came up from the bav on. a
vi-it to Saer nm-tito friends. 11-aring
that there w is good duek-shoo'ing at a
lake a sh'Tt !iitnn'c from the city,
they b r.-owed a couple of ni:z.!c-load
hv -li'itgmis and began making pivn
nraMo'i fur a grand hunt. They took
account of s ock, and found they had
everything to complete their out lit ex
cept p"w ler. They stopped at a store
on Ten h s red, and a-ked for a can of
the best powder in the shop. The mer
chant toon a can from a large pvratuid
stacked in the window, and said it was
a new brand that gave universal satis
faction. 1 If would like to have them
try it, and if it was not as represented
to bring it back and their money would
be refund 'd. The next evening just at
du-k, two very tired looking chaps
s umtered into the store, guns on their
shoulders an 1 a dejected and wo-be-gone
expression on their elongated
faces. O.io of them stepped up to tho
proprietor, aud. d-'j ositiug the can very
lie.iviiy upon the counter, said: '-Seo
here, uos, your powder ain't worth a
d . We used up three boxes of
caps nnd did not succeed in discharg
ing the guns ;i single time." Th'? pro
prietorjianded over the silver dollar,
set the can of baking-powder back on
his shelf, remarking, "Wny didn't you
no', say you w' re going hunting? Then
we would have given you an entirely
liitiercit ar;ie. Sfruiiicnto (CiL)
How Senator Garland Ate the Soap,
Another d'gnilied senator has been
taught the mysieri"s of an ostensible
caramel which one of the boys of his
hotel had invvnted for the purpose of
making miserable the lives of other
children. Th'! senator owed Garland
one, and saw his oppor: unity, lie pro
cured some of the alleged sweets and
placed them carelessly on his desk.
The gamj succeeded. Garland spied
the deceptive chocolates, ami careless
ly sauntering by, picked up ono of
tnem and said: "What are these, sen
ator!1" "Thev nro caramels. Take
one." "Thank you, I will," and ho
took one. Now, the caramel was tilled
with, soap, and the jokers expected to
see Gariaud spit out the nauseous
stuiV. Tnat was where the laugh was
to come in. 15ut Garland disappoint
ed them, lie ate up the whole thing,
soap and all, and never mado a sign.
Tho perpetrator became frightened
and ran out into tho cloak-room, ex
claiming, "Good Lord, I'm afraid tho
man's poisoned." "Oh, you needn't
be alarmed," said Hullcr, of South Car
olina; "Garland's got an Arkansas
stomach." To this day no one knows
whether Garland tasted tho soap or
uot. N'atkinyt'Jii Capital.
"You folks don't seem to bo troub
ling us much yet," remarked the su
perintendent of an old railroad to tho
superintendent of a new rival line. "I
would have you to know," was the re
ply, "that wo make better timo than
you every da-, ami on long trips can
heat you by u full hour." "Possibly,"
answered the first; "but, you seo, as
there is no one to get on or ell", you
don't loco any time at stations."
Threo handed people aro becoming quite
numerous they hare a right hand, a left
band, and are always behind hand in
taking Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup when they
catch a cold,
W. r. Laiinmtr, river editor 01 fna Hi'M.eti"
and steamboat pansener ai;t-nt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Jot) printing anilclhtd. Office
at Bower's European Uotol, No. Ti Orilu luvee.
STAGES OF THE RIVEll.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. in. 47 feet 0 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, Mar. 3. Itiver 8 feet 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 3. River 21 feet 3
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 3. River 0 feet
0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Mar. 3 River 14 feet 1 inch
Pittsburg, Mar. 3. River 4 feet 3 inch
es and stationary.
8t Louis, Mar 3. River 11 feet 2 inch
es and falling.
"On tup, once more, and out of 'he
depths," although wo received baptism at
Paducah, but have not been confirmed as a
true believer. There is one thing, how
ever, which is undeniably true; that i,
Cairo certainly deserves the blue ribbon
for contesting so successfully the recent
high water, and now is entitled to the
name of the "High Water Town," from
Pittsburgh to New Orleans. We met an
old friend while in Paducah last week,
and he inquired how Cairo was, and we
told him she was equal to all emergencies,
as her enterprising citizens had procured a
set of jack screws that hud unlimited ca
pacity, and would raise her just &9 occasion
demanded. Paducah suffered more from
inconvenience than from any materiul dam
age, although the principal part of the city
was inundated and business temporarily
paralyzed. As scon as the waters left the
streets the merchants were prepared for
business, anil the most astonishing thing
was the excellent condition of the beautiful
streets, which were left unimpaired by the
raging waters. Mayor R:ed says he glo
ries io Cairo's spunk, and will soon be
down to congratulate Mayor Ilalliday and
the citizeus of Cairo generally for her Eafe
sida throu.di the fl wd.
The C. S. Rhei from Nashville arrived
here Sunday night at 8 o'clock. She left
Paducah with only a half cord of wood,
an-J by using everything that could be re
sorted to to keep up steam, landed l.cre all
0. K.., and we are prepared to state, with
out a feir of contradiction, that no boat on
the western wateri can beat her for econo
my of fu t .
The Buckeye State from Memp'iis passed
up for Cincinniti last night. She had a
tine trip of fright and a cabin full of
The Ohio, another electric liht steamer
added to the Memphis and Ohio River
Picket compiny, pased dnwn f ir Memphis
last night. She hid a good trip, but did
not a Id much here.
The fine steamer City of St. L iuis from
New Orle ms passed up for St. Louis yester
iay, four days out. She had ninety-one
L ok out for the Charley Morgan to-day.
IIrry Stein holds ths reins, and will take
you through to Cincinnati or way points.
The M rgn is one of the best in the busi
ness. Se W. F. Lainbdin, passenger
agent, and get your tickets.
T he Ella Kimbrough, under the supervi
sion of Capt. Lem Hill, is having her cabin
extended full length, and a thorough coat
of paint aud other improvements prepara
tory to the spring trade, aud in her "Jersey
Lily" suit wo bopj Capt. Lem may make
a barrel of monry.
The Wyoming from Cincirnati passed
down for New Orleans last night. She was
full of freight and passengers.
Tho City of Helena passed down for
Vicksburg last night. She had a good
Capt. Hi Davis of the tow-bo it Storm
went to Evansville via rail yesterday to
bring his boat out. She goes t.i Helena,
where Capt. Davis has made a large con
tract to tow lumber from Helena to Cairo.
Capt. Hiram Hill, with bis son Charley,
lett here via rail yesterday to go to finish
up the wreck of the Carrier.
Bob Jones, freight agent of the big "0."
line, made a short visit ta Indiana during
the flood, but is.on duty again, looking as
fat as the average pool player.
The familiar bugle of tho pretty packet
Gus Fowler wis music to us yesterday, as
she had been retired for ten or twelve days.
She had a big trip from Paducah, and left
on time on her return trip. Look out for
her again to d y at tho usual hour.
The Vint Shiukle from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow for Memphis.
Tho U. P. Sdicnck for New Orleans will
report here to-morrow for tho great south
The Hudson leaves St. Louis for Cairo,
Paducah and Shawncetown to-morrow
The Wabash Railroal resumed business
yesterd iy. Trains are rutmniuir through
now to Evansville and Cincinnati without
The Mississippi river from here up is
full of ice so full that navigation is im
possible. The steamer Samuel Brown
started up the river yesterday, but had to
The mam moth transfer steamer W. D.
Osborn, of the Illinois Central Railroad,
Mtniuda us of Spalding & Roger's great
floating circus and menagerie in our boy
TUESDAY MOBNINQ MARCH
hood days. She's a big thing on wheels,
which is one advantage she has over the
In our geography days, which used to
teach us that there was three-fourths more
land than water, we were rather incredu
lous about the correctness of the geogra
pher; but since the flood wo are inclined
to believe his report, and think he drew it
too mild eutirely, as we found land a very
scarce necessity during our recent ab
sence. The once beautiful little city of Metropo
lis, one of our neighboring cities, presents
a sad sight since the storm of last Tuesday
a week. And it is certainly a miracle how
such destruction could have been realized
without thj loss of a single life.
Ths Golden Rule from New Orleans will
pass up for Cincinnati to-moriow.
Most Certainly a Specific.
"Infallible" and "specific" are round,
strong terms for a remedy, especially for
those determined ami painful diseases
Rheumatism and Neuralgia. But Athlo
phiros seems to deserve them. Says Rev.
Wm. P. Corbit, Pastor George St. M. E.
Church, New Haven, Conn.: "I wish to
say that for Inflammatory Rheumatism
Athlophoros is mfullible. I suffered for
two months the most excruciating torture.
Was almcst instantly relieved by Athlo
phoros. If there is a specific fer the dis
ease Athlophoros is most certainly it."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tliroat. Snrlllnira. Nprnlna. Bruise.
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signed Henrietta Huq er, of Gallatin. Mo., will,
on the lOlh day of Much, 1884, make an app'lrn
lion to the Muyerror ofthe Utato of I llnola lor tho
par'ton of ono .lumen Turner, who was convicted of
an assault to murder, at the.vnv torin, 13T9, o-tho
Alexander Countv l lrcuit Court.
Dated at Cairo, 111., this 9th dsv of Feb. A.D. 1884.
10d-3w gn behalf of Jamaa Torm r. .
iia THE GREAT 0l&fkV
Iodide of Potasstnm Is one of the stronecet ol tho
Blriorals n-edtu medicine, and has produred much
sufl. rlnn In the wond. Taken for a louii time and
In litri'n ( 0u. It d ies up tho gastric, (tilces. Im
pairs dltreeilun, the stomaeh refuses f iod, at d the
patient declines In htaih and wclgut Hirsons
w ah Iilood or skin Iseasos should ba careful how
th' y tako the'o mineral poisons, aa lo most In
stances thectlector them is to alm.nO pernunent
ly Impair the constitution To tako the placo of
thu-o poisons we ofleryou a li e. sure, prompi and
pe-manent relief from your troubles. twifi's Spe
citlc Is i ntlrely a vegetable preparation, and ilia
ea-y to rohvince you of Its merit.
I havii enred permanently Blood Taint In thu
thir l izeneratlon by the use of Swift'i specific, af
ter 1 had most elgrallv fai'ed with Jlercury aud
Potash. F. A. TOOil E It, M.U , Perry, Ua,
A yonng msn requests mo to thank yon for h's
cure of Blood Po'eou bv the nso of Swift's Speciflo
after all other bcatment had fated.
JOS. JACoBS, Druggist, Athene, On.
THIED HOT BPItl.ST.S TWO YEARS WITHOUT
Me cn rial Uhcn Tut! m made mo a cripple. Af
ter,trtn2 'he spring two v ar , and 'he Mercurv
and Putu-h treatment until I as a skeleton and
unalile lo do anything 1 was pr vuiled upon to
'a e a course of h. s. . After taking thrua hot
ties mv a -pettte began to Improve, an II gained
flesh rapidly. When I had taken twelve bottles I
felt s well as I ever did. It Is now twelve months
slt;co I took S 8. 8. My health and appetite am
good, and I am able to attend to all the h''ncss I
can K' t. CIJAd. BEKU,
Hot Springs, .Jan. 1,18 3
"PUT ME FQCAKE ON MY FEET."
Twelve moMhs sj;o I was persnaded to try 8. 8.
8. fur Malarial Jihe- matlsm, 'vhich had crippled
mu to that I was unable to attend to business,
Less Ihsn twelve bott.es have put me rq nre on
myle t; h&v-steadily Improved; haven't felt Ut
ter In ten vears. c. H. GL'INN,
Uot Springs, Jan. 1, 1833.
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