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THK DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 16, 1884.
or the Cure of Coughs, Colds.
loarsencss, .rondiitis,Croup, Influ
nza, Asthma, iVhootiinz Couth. In
ipicnt Consumption and for the re-
icf of consumptive persons in ad van-'
eu stages ot the 1 Ji.scasc. 1 or Sale
y all Druggists. Price, 2? Cents.
Liver and Kidney Eeniedv,
I Ompmiri'lMl from (ho well known
tlrako. Damleli n, Kunsfmariila, Cas-
rarit Sti"r-n.ln u'.t ..l,l, n
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a.'wimie Aromatm i. ixir.
m wzmuti & "kligestjcs,
Art tpou the Liver and Kidneys,
REGULATE 'i'JIE BOWELS, I
Th-y cum Rheumatism, and all I'd-
uu-y irouuics. liny Invigorate,
uuurMi, ftrengt'ii-n nr.'l Cjin.-t
tl Nerv-nH System.
Asa Tonic tfeoy ha, a no Equal.
l .Wf none i':t li- i.jii'.'I Milt r..;ur.
r-.-R c s'.l c-iALtrns.
LI-... 4.i. -!,,. I
-j iiv3 nriu lililll JlUUrs VOi
Jielieate an I h-eble l.a l is.
TIlUS" l illtl'il, lirc' Ili'.' M'liliiilis, t-iU-
; j'i'U to !..v 1 ;r 1-ly ulj In lit in juur
1; that e 1 1-st ;i 1 1 'lrt:;i t!itt is Niki:ii;
'li yutir -ti-iii all its ! t titer i-l.i-tirity ;
.vim.' tin- lii" m tr' tn ) nr c he k-; thai
tlllll'.l sTilll II y- Ur W'rtl f 'HO,
i . r i I l U imlil.li' uli'i fn.-Ml.l, call
.ly !) ri-ni''Vi"l by t!m n ( lb it iiiir
I iiis r is.c !y, I!" 1 5i rs. Iir.-iil oitivs
I ipis:iiif:tiMi- n' yi.ur s'i in are re
'.il at cc, while the Fj'u; ial cm-isof
sioil Cil pain are iH'ini'iin'iitly it-Mi'-vcl.
no ri'ici; kn i..u.-!i Ih-ih tit, urnl i,.ne
so jT'il'iiiiiid y f.T it' iui ami sli'iw jiiicli
inUn.ft in i' C ii.iin-ii iiiir H ; Ili't.. rs
KI.i:t Y"l'Mi A'.AlN'.
Mv it. !! r iiii'iri' i a 1. n time
II N ur t Li i u.i 'i ilu i, lie ay, in u tiv
,l :i.in "I t!i" tth.ili- x tc.i. ; lien l ii be,
v in 1 r c,ri!i!n, hi.'! w-is aliiK'.-t i-i-lp-'.
N ; -bv-i ri a) or in-: ii iin' ii: ilu-!
" !;!.' I. 'i'iifi'i: til nt !i :i''' ll li ,' iti
II ; I! fi.ri" 1 b mi;'Ii "I :'!
it (hi; Si ' li.- 11 1 I li i i.' 3 "il'ir ilu,
luii.'ii ov.-r y-r' ill. 1' t 11:1k
r' is n)i:!nr tiu- :i. iin; li: t u-t: in tin-ai!v."-A
In iv. in I'l- vi.ic: c..-.
IliiADKoui), M iy 8, 1S7.
It h'. rurcl me t furl ti:8--a-c8, such
iifrv.'ii-ni-K, t-ii ki'C-H tit the i-tnin ich,
ntlily tr.'blf-. i-'r. I htve n t ? i'ii a
k Ih in 11 yi".r, finci' Itn' k I!n Bltu-rs.
1 my acibl.nTs uso th'-ni.
Mi-s Fan mv: Gklkn.
f:j,000 I,i ist. "A tuiir nl Kurupe tb-tt
tun? !. linn- 1 lie lr." 1 Uiin
? In. tib; 'f H p Hit ttrs ; tlu-y also
n a in v witi'oi tiiK'cn vcirs nirvi)iis
akrics-, ff-'U fiie lvp-psin."
R M. Auburn, X. Y.
1 1 -1 p liiitiT i-i not, m imy m-i -sc. hii 11b 0-
;ic l I'vomu'i! luiti' r, nri I ciiUi-l i.ot be
f.ir u-i.' 1 -Xfi-t to pi r.-: n .lej'ruiis ol
ttinii it n iiii'iib nl bitter?.
kkn 15. P.ac.m, I'. S. C(,m. Ii tro'l li v.
So. Ht.OoMIN'iVtl.I.K. ).. f iy 1, "ii).
Sins 1 have lit-en sli !Tt-ri tiir t n yrnrs
I I trie 1 yi'iir Hop liitti r- an. I it dune
iimic yiio.l limn nil the doctors'.
Mish S. S. IJoom-:.
I! A f!V SU'KI).
We rc s tliiinkt'iil to suv that ur Mtrs-
i baby was perm im iitly cuifl t" a dm
rns H.i.l protruded con.-.t'P'itioti and ir
Ullarity ol the bowels 1V the u-d of II"P
tt-ra 1v itsmothir. wliic.li at tint same
incres-torcd her to perfect health nd
rctgth. The Parent, U.-cheMer, X. Y.
tli: best mix a kxowx
In Hard or Soft, Hot or tola ater.
PATS I. WJOU. TtMK nnl SOAP AM.-tJ.
luiily, rich or poor, Bliutilil lio without it.
Bd by all Grocorn i m " ' t l e
wolilegieiifi to mislcail. rK4.IJI.IM-, m tue
iiNlt sAKK iKlmr BHvirn cinniioiinil. ami al
WttibcarK the above symbol, aiiU nuuiu ol
J.U1K3 I'YLE. NEW VQ11K.
Carkson & Bowers,
No. .'to Mth St , "utro, 111.
tfOnoil Stork mid I'tlcea Iteafonalilti.Tl
Itllc nrticn I licrcby plven thnt th nudor
t'lid llonrlctta Ilun or, of a!Utln, Mo., will,
out) Kit Ii dny of M .rrli. b8l, nmkii a-i apilra
tito thi; Uvvcrnor of tlio Hia'e of I llnnln for tho
p,on of 0110 .lamn Turner, who wa convicted of
gKniuill in murder, at the Mav torm, 1810, of the
Kaniltir Countv Circuit Court,
led at Cairo, 111., thin llth dny of Peh. A.n. 1884.
A0d-3w On bubal f of Jamet Turner.
r w " in !( isii eva
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: iNO. 711 OHIO I.KVEE.
OFFICIAL PAl'KK OK ALK.X ANUEll OOCNTY,
NTKHKI) AT THE CAIHO I'lWTOKKICK KOIl
rilANbMIHHION Til HOI OH Til K MAILS AT
BKCONU CLASS 11ATK8.
'A Higher Gnule."
COXCLl'UEI) KUOM FOCKTH TAUK.
f,ut one' lninJ thus become a Bcrnp
bonk, as it were, in which one could paste
with the mucilage of memory little thouyht
k'ein, little crumb of heart-food, and
many an hour that would otherwise hold us
in iron claws, while the whip of conscience
drove us on in unpleasant duties, would
lose its dulln'n and weariness, as we
feasted on these dainty morsels thus held
in reserve for our refreshment. We could
forget self alinosf, rise above many of the
little woniestlut prick us like nettles now,
because in thinking of pleasanter things,
we should forget them.
Suppose we should start out to-day or to
morrow and attempt this niind-filling pro
cess, and myriads of little home and social
duties should buzz like so many worrying
gnats around us, until in sheer despair we
should give up the unequal contest, what
then? Should we have lost anything?
Should we not, though seemingly defeated,
really have added something to that grade
which is to help lift us above the waters of
sloth and ignorance? You think not, at
11 rot perhaps, but think again. Suppose,
for instance, you had commenced the study
of astronomy, and had only succeeded in
learning the first pnge? I) ej not fnmiliarity
with even that one page open before you a
magnificent world hitherto unexplored?
Has not your mind broadened jjt that
Or supp'ise you should have attempted
sume line of art, and go;.e no farther than
the fundamental part of it, h:ive you utterly
failed? Xot so! Do you not look with
new interest and more intelligent eyes upon
pictures or wood curving, or wliiteveryou
may have atteinp'e I, forevi-r alter? You
are no longi r biiud to the beauty cr grace
or severity of line or curve
or color, as once you were,
no. more thin the child who has
leirm-d the alphabet, is c impletely igno
rant of the contents of books. lie has the
foundation; often he goes on, almost unaid
ed, spelling out words by himself, simple
at fust, longer and h irdi'r as time p e ses
by. S i may you, with the art alphabet
imprinted upon your brain, go on alm' Bt
unconsciously to yourself, adding to your
knowledge of grace and color and concep
tion. Or if mu-ic should hive been your goal,
an 1 adverse circumstances should have
overpowered you by the time the first foun
dation st ines had been well connected,
h ive '"U entirely failed in your intellect lal
upbuilding? Xol If you have only learn
el the notes and their value; if your fingers
or voice had only mistered the scales, you
can never again be as ignorant of the har
mony and ry thiii of music as you h id been
We are oil familar with Wordsworth's
poem, in which there iines occur:
"A primroi-c on a rivcr'i brliu,
A yel'ow primrose was to him,
And It was nothing more."
You may be sure the man of whom it
was written, had never studied botony.
Had he possessed a know'elge (if the
names of the different parts of flowers even,
ho would have seen many things that his
unenlightened f-yes failed to discover. In
stead of a homely yellow primros", there
Would hava been an exquisite creation,
living, breathing, having all its dainty
organs arranged as carefully and wisely as
ourown pistils, stamens, petals nnd calyx,
all as necessary for the development ot the
blossom, as are heart and brain and ear
and eye to us. And to that person who has
even partially studied natural history,
must corns with new force and sweetness,
Lowell's wonderfully true yet poetic lines:
"And there' never a leaf or a blade t io mean,
To be omc happy creature's palace."
We can easily prove I think, the fallacy
of the old saying, that "a little learning is
a dangerous thing." A great deal would
bo better, of course, but I contend that
with every new thought added to our men
tal repertory, we are lifted or filled up just
that much higher on the intellectual grade
that is to raise us above all that is low and
coarse ond mean, even though we may
never completely muster any line of art or
Between the person educated ami tho one
uneducated, all through life, there must
be the difference in gazing upon things
around them, that there is in looking upon
a piece of statuary or a living person. To
the educated man, the grand laws of life
and nature will bo open, books spread out
for his reading; to the ignorant one, they
will be sealed volumes, and ho will be nblo
to see only the outside of things, while the
cultured one will feast upon the internal.
To me this thought and hope often comes;
every crumb of knowledge I pick up in
this life, now, will be iucreased in tho life
hereafter. Every faculty, whether of eye or
car or brain, improved now, will fit me
just that much moro, for a bitfher, purer
existence in the life spiritual. I can begin
here; there I can goon developing, without
the hindrance and obstacle! that now clog
and impede my efforts and labors.
Mr. E. A Little, American Novelty Co.,
201 Pitt St., Sydney, N. 8. W., certifies
that his wife has been cured by St. Jacobs
Oil, the great pain-reliever, of severe rbu-matism.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The jear 1884 is the two hundredth of
ha organization of the Presbyterian church
inthiscountry. It is also the two hundredth
anniversary of tho introduction of tho
Paptist denomination into Pennsylvania,
ho first church being founded at Cold
Springs, Bristol township, Bucks county.
The public should make a raid at once
upon Messrs Goldstein & Ilisenwater's es
tiblishmcnt. A finer, larger, aud more vi
rious stock of new goods in their line has
never been brought to this city. 2t
A drunken white man gave Officers
Mahanny, Boughncr and Robinson consid
erable trouble early yesterday morning.
He had broken several windows down
town on Commercial avenue, and resisted
arrest, kicking Bougliner in the face and
cutting his lip open. He was fined 10
and costs by Justice Robinson yesterday,
which he paid.
Xew carpets, oil cloths, mats, rugs,
and various other articles for decorating
rooms have just been received in great va
triety at, Goldstein & Rosenwaters' store,
and all will be Bold at reasonable prices. 2
Thirty-five ladies and gentlemen met
Miss C. Barton, President of the Red Cross
Society, in the parlors of The Ilalliday. Fri
day night, and organized a branch Bociety
here with Rector F. P. Davenport as Presi
dent, and Mrs. II. II. Candee as Secretary.
Tho meeting was a very interesting one,
from a social ns well as business stand
point. Another meeting will be held soon
at which the organization will be psrfected
and made ready for the noble work which
is to bsi the sole object of its being.
In its official call for the State Demo
cratic Convention, the Central Committee
suggests to the CountyJC'entral Committees,
that the county conventions, which are to
nominate delegates to the State Convention'
at Petria, on the 2 1 of July, should be
held on the 23th of June. The county
committees generally will probably heed
the suggestion. The Alexander County
Democratic Central Committee is com
posed ot the following gentlemen: Capt,
Thomas W. Shields, Chairman; Judge F.
Bro-s, and Messrs. B. F. Blake, M. J. Dow-
ley, Geo. E. O'llara, Jas. E. McCrito and
Jas. II. Mulcahey. This committee will
probably meet soon after the Congressional
Committee shall have met, so that when
the ball ha3 once been set rollinp; there
m iy be no tiresome delay.
"Monte Cristo" was produced last night
at the Opera House, by the James O'Xeil
Combination to probably tho largest and
finest audience that ever was gathered in
the Opera Iloue, excepting the gallery
There were many transient people, and i
large delegation from Mound City who
came d wn especially to see this perform
ance. Probably qear'y every one present
had read the thrilling story upon which the
play Wis based, was familiar with the main
incidents, at least, and therefore more com
petent to judge of the quality of the play
and is production by the company. The
story lost nne ef its power
of fascination by the dramatization.
The play leads the audience on gradually
and logically to each leading incident and
from one to the other, all through to the
enl. There is no break in the interest
with which the audience is taken
from the first, and which grows
intenser with each rise of the curtain
The play was produce in a faultless man
ner, the company proving itself to be
equally strong in every part, and as a
whole one ef the strongest on tho road.
The scenery was also an important part of
the performance, and some of it was the
mo-it magnificent ever placed upon this
Just at present there is a great deal of
talk about what the St. Louis & Cairo road
is going to do in the very near futuie, and
if only half of what is promised be per
formed, tho road will take a position in
railroad circles that will entitle its manage
ment to some respect as a corporation. In
connection with the proposed new Sprinc
field tfc Southern Narrow Guage, ot which
mention was mado in these columns several
days ago, it is stated that it will connect
with the St. Louis A Cairo at Murphysboro.
The object of the road is to reach Cairo
wuere it purposes to connect with the Para
more system by means of inclines and
transfer-boats. With a view to the per
fection of this arrangement, it is stated
that Col. Hamilton, superintendent of the
St. Louis & Cairo, went to New Yrork City
some days a;;o, and succeeded in his enter
prise. The Murphysboro Independent says,
with every evidence ot positive knowledge,
that the St. Louis & Cairo Company "will
immediately put in an inclino and other
machinery at' Cairo necessary to the speedy
and safe lunsfering of cars, and will put on
through lines of sleepers and cwaches from
St. Louis to the Rio Grando without change
of cars, and at once become a trunk line.
By this our readeis will see that the new
Springfield Southern will have a founda
tion and very feasible plea for a share of
business that will assure its successful
operation from infancy, besides the promise
of a good local business, as it will run
through one of the finest agricultural and
mining districts in Illinois."
Is tho story of a little waif wrecked on the
coast of Wales and found and reared by an
old light-house keeper. It is pretty and
abounds in humor, and some of tho situa
tions are strong. Opera House Monday
and Tuesday, 17th and 18th.
As some interest lms been taken in a lot
of goods sent mo for "Flood SufLrers," it is
proper to state tlfat saij goods consisted of
eight barrels and three boxes of good sec
ond hand clothing, aud a few bed clothes,
collected and sent free of charge, from the
Court Street Methodist and Episcopal
Church, Rickford, 111., Rev. T. R. Stro
bridge, pastor. About twenty families
have been assisted, besides quite a num
ber of individual cases.
I take pleasure in acknowledging tho
valuable assistance of Mr. W. F. McKee,
C. Yost and the officers of the ferry-boat
Three States, aud tho transfer steamer
Morgan. By the aid referred to I have
been able to assort and forward the goods
to needy and known families at Norfolk,
Bird's Point and East Cairo, free of charge,
and know that they have been gratefully re
The rumor that a part of tho goods were
"gobbled" before reaching tho parties to
whom they were directed, is a mistake.
The three packages in question were for
warded to Norfolk through tho solicitation
of a Mrs. Fmzier, and I saw her Saturday,
and learned that the clothing so sent to her
and two other families came duly to hand
and were duly appreciated.
If the good people at Rockford could
know how many have been made com
fortable by their timely benefaction, they
would feel well compensated for their
Though the trust has been one ot some
annoyance and a little expeuse here, yet it
has had its compensation ic the thought
and knowledge that, at least, some suffer
ing is thereby alleviated.
J. A. SCAURITT.
The Ute3t novelty in bonnets has a crown
of alligator (.kin. If in wearing them the
ladies take cold. We say to thtm confiden
tially there is no better remedy for coughs
and colds than Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
At the Cairo Opera House Monday and
Tuesday evening-", March 17th and 18th,
rendering "Foggs Ferry" and "Dewdrop,"
two pretty, graceful, catching plays, which
have enabled her to make a reputation
second to no actress in her speci -.1 line of
business. Although very young, she has
grasped the character of Chip in Fogg's
Ferry with a womanly instinct, and brings
out its emotional features as well as the
Buder has tickets and reserved seats on
If you are tuflfenng from Rheumatism or
Neuralgia, do not postpone a trial of the
great specific, Athlophoros, till you see puf
fery of it in the newspapers. That you will
never see. It is not a reinedy which needs
to be bolstered by talk. It makes itself
known and fe.t just where you want relief,
and that is by far the be-t prais-;. As D-
S. Thompson, Milford, Del., says: "Athlo
phoros is esteemed here because, as a medi.
cine, it speaks for itselt.
Dahlohe.v, III., July 28th, ISS3. We
have ued in our families and sold to others
your Family Medicines for the last ten
years. We have found Merrell's Female
Tonic a specific for all Female diseases.
Merrell's Cough Balsam is the best remedy
we ever used for Coitohs, Colds, Asthma,
Croup and all Lung Diseases. In fact, no
family can atford to be without Merrell's
Family Medicines. Respectfully,
M. Bcrtos & Co., Druggists.
Hopeless Epilepsy Cured.
"The doctors pronounced my case to be
one of hopeless epilepsy," says our corres
pondent, W. C. Browning, Attorney at Law,
Ju.lsonia, Ark., "and declared death to be
my only relief. Samaritan Nervine has
cured me." Get at druggists. 1.50.
A Melodious Voice
ought to be accompanied by an agreeable
breath. Words wafted by a pleasant one,
especially if proceed in fj from a roseate del
icate chiselled mouth, delight and enchain
the male listener. Mark this, dames and
demoiselles, and use SOZODONT which
endows the teeth with the whiteness and
hardness of alabaster, renders flabby, cank
ered, colorless gums firm and pink, and
gives a healthier glow to pale, roughened
lips. The breath becomes as sweet as nose
gay through its influence.
"Rough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c.
Quick, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.00.
"Bough on Coughs."
Knocks a Cough or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, loc. Liquid,
50c. At Druggists. 2
Avoid Tills Being largely composed of
mercury they eventually ruin tho stomach,
but Allen's Bilious Physic a vegetable mix
ture, acta quickly, and effectually cures. 2o
Cents. At all Druggists. (5)
Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively
cure sick headache and prevent its return.
This is not talk, hut truth. One pill a dose.
To be had of all druggists. See advertise
ment. JALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
RisTheBt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
My baby ill mnnlhs old broke out wfh inme
kind of Hkln humor, and after bt-lnij treated five
montlm by my ramlly ihyi. mn, win BWim up i0
die The drugilnt recommended Hwlli'i Sppciflo,
and the efl ' ct ws a Kruiilyinir aa It wan mir.cu
loui. My child noon got well, all tracea of tlie ilia
eaav pone, and ho in aa fat aa a pltf.
J. 11. Kiiikland, Mlnden, Hunk Couuty,Texaa,
I have atifTered fo many year from nlceri on my
Wa, nlten very large and palni'ul. during which
tinu I uaed almoat everything to effect acme, hut
In vain. 1 took Pwilt'a bpeclflc by advice oft
friend, and In a abort Hire wn enrud aonnd and
well, Edwin J. Milleii, Beaumont, Texaa.
I have been alll'eted with Scrofula for twelve
yeara, and nitve had aorea on me as large aa
man's band for that lenntb of time. Lnat numiuer
I waa to bail off mat 1 could not wear clotlilii?. I
had spent hnudnda of dollar in thufT.irt tube
curei, hut nil to no purpore, and bad Injured my
aelf with Mercnry and Fotanh. Your Swlft'e Spe
cific cured me promptly and permanently, and I
uupo evi-rr one auuurer wut iaau li
n, L. lliuii, Lakonl, Ark.
PROMINENT BAPTIST PREACIIER.
I was luld low hv an attack of Rronchltla and
Mmlater'a Sore Throat, atd my life waa almost de
ppnired of, when my puvnician paid try S. H. 8. I
healtated for noma time, but aa 1 wua a raid of bo
lug permanently laid aside from tho active duties
my ministry, I decided to give the preparation a
fair trial, anil after persevering In Its use I found
compl to telief, and a n enjoying excellent health.
I am cleurly of the oplnmu that .-.wilt's Specific is
one of the be-t Alteratives and Blood i'liriuVrs In
existence, and I take pleasure in recommending
Its curative qualities to others afflicted as Iwas.
H. U. liouNior.
FIIOM A WF.I.L KNcWN LAWYER,
r have taken Swift's Specific for Rheumatism.
and found perfect relief. It alo relieved me of
Dyspepna. f om which 1 had suffered foryea-e I
believe, whn duly appreciated as a Tonic and
Blood I'urlaer, that Swllt'a Specific will become a
household remedy. D. P. lln.i..
Atlanta, ua., Nov. is, 1b82.
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