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or the Cure of CourIis, Colds.g
loarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ-S
nza, Asthma, t hooping Couth, In
ipicnt Consumption and for the re
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ed stages of the Disease. 1 or Sale
y all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents
The Want of a Reliable Iiiurot'c
!ch, while m:t'r,j: a a ct.mul .m( of tln kijcyf.
plied by iicj-tutt' r'i S:om it' l litter. This
inr eu .n- nor irrniie tri'Mi nun p,r.g fin e
medicine exerts the rvo lime degree of it in-
t'.liri MlWIll ill.'... ... .Hr.u tL'.lll.l r .ll-ll'l,:..
Ration and Is. tin reto. , lur lieitcr aJ p !fl fur
i purpose man iinmciicauoi ex l;ai,n often re
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vufi k ore i on il rry it
'or sale by ail druggiH and de d rs cneraMy
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
K:dney.Vort la the movt successful rcmcly
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"Kidncy-Wort is always reliable.."
It. tt. N. Clark. So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney. Wort has cured my lfoafrer two years
uaL-nnc." Br. C. II. S-isuuerlin, Bun HU1, Ga,
IX THOUSANDS OF CASES
It has sated t'i r.:i ! had failed. It t mild,
butsScicnt, tLKT.U.N I.N 1 IS ACTION, but
harmless in all eases.
t grit oIcan.es tat 11 1 on d end Strengthens ecd
fires New 1.11'e to all the n;roriiit organs of
toe body. 1 he nat-aral action of the Kidneys is
restored. The Liver is cleansed of all disease,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In Uua way tha want discaao aro eradicated
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mice, n oo uqcid ca dut, bold bt dbi oci&ts.
Dry can bo sent by mail.
Wni.LK, miU VCDSON ACO.Ilurllnglon Vt.
My baby fix months old broke out wlh some
Ind of skin humor, and after being treated Ave
loutlis by my family physician. wi given up 'o
;e The druggist recommended Swill's Specific,
tifl tho ilf ct was as gratilying as It was mlraeu.
ins. My child smin g..t well, all trfici'i of the dis
in: is pom', and he ic a fut as a pit:.
J. II. Kir.KiaND, M nden, Kuk Couniy 1 exas.
I have snfTiTed for many roars from ulcers on my
t!l'i olti'n vi"y lame and palnlul. dnriut: whb u
ma I used almoft vvvrythlue ' clioct a cure, but
(irlcnd, and in a chort tltre n ennd sound and
well, Edwin J. .Mim.ru, llciiiimoiit, Texas.
I have been aflV.cted with Scrofula for twelve.
years, and have Had son's on me ns inri; as a
man bund ror that lenutti n lime, i.ost summer
1 was so bad off fiat I could not wear clothing. 1
hd am-nt hnmlrrds of dollars in th"iir. rt to be
curen, but ull to no purpose, and had Injured my
self with Mercury and l'uta-h. our Swift's spe
cific cured me promptly and permanently, and I
hope every HKe eullerer will iuk it
U. L. lliiiii, Lakonl, Ark.
PR OMINENT BA1TIST rUKACHER.
I was bild low hv an attack of Jlrouchttis and
Minister's Sore Throat, and my life was almost do
spalrcd of, w heu my physician said try S. S. 8. I
hcsitutcil for some time, nut as i was a rmu ui ue
lng perman-ntly laid anldo from the active duties
mv minlsirr, I decided to Rive the preparation a
fur trial, and after nersevcrins In Its use I found
compl te relief, and a n enjoTinir excellent health.
I am clearly of the opinion that Swift's Speeltlc Is
one of thebe-t Alteratives and Hlood Purifiers In
existence, and I take pleasure in rccommi ndlng
its curative qualities to others allllcbd as 1 was.
Jl, V, llOK.AUl.
FROM A WELLKSt-WN LAWYER.
I have taken Swift's Specific for Iiheitmntlstn.
and found perfect relief. It alo relieved me of
Dyspepsia, from which I had suffered for yea's. I
believe, whan duly appreciated as a Tonic ami
Ulood rnriaur, that Swift's Specific will become ft
household remedy. I. 1'. Him-
Atlanta, Ua., Nov. 18, 16A2.
Onrironilse on r.lnnil and Skin Diseases mailed
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFH'K: NO. 7il OniO LEVKR.
omcidL PAPKK OK ALEXANDER COUNTY,
MKiti.l) AT TUB CAIUd I'OSTOVKIUK KOll
MtANx.MlKSHiN Tllliol (U! TUK MAILS AT
WKI D.ND CLASa HATKS.
JOCJ L JmUVlTIKS.
0-S. fr Ilmi. F. E. AJbriyht h-a the in
Hido tr-irk for ilu I)i;inD.;rttic nnuination
for Coiiiosh. II.J u tdu only one wli Ins
yet dtre J to pr.snent Linuolf as a cindid te
for tliu iKiiuidntion n: htis rccuived initny
complimeutaty notice from the Deta icrntic
press of tlio iliittict. In tliu cotivunti iri of 2
years go Mr. AJhright wis tlia tliinl s'ron
et man. Iln is proh'ihly one of the live
liest political workers in the district. If
nomimttcd lie would utnke tho fur fly from
his opponent and tie would ha a wide-awake,
actia- conresnman. The Democrat! have
much good material toBclcct from, however,
in this district, and without ilesiriD' to dis
parage that of any other county iu the dis
trict, we venture to assert that some of the
very het may be found right here in Cairo,
though its availability is a little doubtful,
winch fact, however, makes it only the
Hiilwiy official seem to have a firbt
rate memory for keeping record of irregu
larities. A few years ago the pastor of a
church not far from St. Louis resigned, and
for a time refused to surrender his half-fare
permit issued by the Illinois Central Rail
road Company, so that his succei-sor might
obtain a similar favor. This year tho saraa
minister is preaching in Missouri at a corn
try town, and the a;,ent indorsed his appli
cation, but no permit has been bsued.
There is a mark on the company's book
against him, and A. II. Hanson never for
gets anything. A short time ago an editor
loaned an annual pais, issue J by the Illinois
Central pepp, to a cb tiller, whri, in re
turn for the favor, presented tho newspaper
man with a suit of ready made clothing.
An officer of the company found it out, but
that editor h is never feince rode on an
Illinois Central pa-s.
The Democratic Central Committc of
thii CongiVssionil district is composed of
Judge W. II. Green, of Alexander, Chair
man; W. A.Sp:iun, of Johnson; Dr. N. II.
Caey, of Pulaski; W. A. Byint, of Massac;
Thorn. Maker, of Pope; (. B. Davis, of
Jacks m; Ju Ige M. V. Crawford, f Union;
X. A. Foreman, of Perry, Secrotary; Wm.
DaviK, of Williamson; W. M.Wilson, of
Ihndolpli. The committee will probably
be called to meet iu Cairo during the fore
prt of nest month. It will be required
only to select the time au 1 place for hold
ing the Congressional Convention and fix
ing the ratio ef representation therein. The
Jonesboro Gazette says about the "time
and place:" "As to calling the Demo
cratic congressional convention before or
after the National convention, is a question
for the committee to decide. Murphysboro,
a Democratic city, or Cairo, or Jouesboro,
also Democratic, would be suitable places
to hold the convention, and the 20th day of
June ths proper time, in our opinion."
Representative D. T. Lincgar is now
on his way to Washington, where he goes
to urge the importance of certain measures
in which Southern Illinois, Cairo aud the
great commerce centered here are deeply in
terested. Mr. Linegar lud for some time
previous to his departure corresponded con
siderably with parties at Washington, with
reference to these various matters, particu
larly the bill dividing Illinois into three
judicial districts, and he is sanguine that
this bill will become a law soon, his opinion
being based upon replies received by him
from gentlemen who have charge of the
bill. The passage of this bill and the es
tablishment of the U. S. Court in the
Custom House here weul 1 be of the great
est convenience to those engaged in litiga
tion of a maritime natnre, of which more
would cotno hero naturally than is done at
St. Louis and which is now all done there
or at Springfield points out of the way to
those immediately concerned.
"Lizzie Evans" and company produced
"Foggs Ferry" at the Opera House last.
There was a large audience, about four hun
dred people, all of whom enjoyed the per
formance highly. The play has been re
vised and improved and its production
throughout was received enthusiastically by
the audience. The company is one of much
merit as a whole and much abovo the
average in some particulars, whilo Lizzie
Evans enacts her part in a very superior
style. Lizzie is a charming little actress;
her rendition of the Ferry Waife is brilliant
and clever; she is full of that magnetism
which captivates the audience and makes
slaves of thcra. Her childlike simplicity
and perfect abandon in the sparkling com
edy scenes form a striking contrast to her
exquisite interpretation of the sentiment as
the teal heiress of Norwood and ltnds a
charm to the play fully enjoyed by all who
see htir act. She has engratiated herself
in the favor of the Cairo theatre goers upon
her first appearance among them and she
will not fail to meet with n hearty welcome
in the future. To-night, "Dew Drop."
JonoBboro Gazette: Col. Hamilton,
Superintctidatit of tho' 8t. L. & C. railroad,
Informs us that ho will send an engineer to
survey lint's for a railroad from Jonesboro
to Cape Girardeau. Thcro are three lines
in view, to wit: tho Dug Hill route, which
preponcs to enter tho bottom directly west
of town, and run down opposite tho Cape.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOIIMNG MARCH 10, 1884.
This route would be subject to overflow,
and would require much trestle- work.
The Van Frank surveyed route from Saline
via Jonesboro to Capo Girardeau, which
chines into town at tho Dougherty rock
qu uryon tho west. This line runs west ot
Hall's hill, and down Sugar Camp hollow;
the distance is said to bo something over
nineteen miles; and above tho overflow to
tho Clear Creek settlement. The last route
whic meets with most favor, is to leave
the Hue ot the St. L. & 0. R. at the Myer's
tarm, s iuth of town, theuce down the creek
valley to Sugar Camp Hullnw. This is said
to be a dirwet route, and the bst lino.
This, however, can only bo ascertained by a
survey. If tho right of wuy is douated)
and proper encouragements offered, we un
derstand tho Holland capitalists, who own
the St. Louis and Cairo railroad, will furn
ish the money to build this branch to their
main lino, from this point to Cape Girar
dau. CLOSE OF THE DRAMATIC SEASON.
This being the last week of the theatri
cal season it behoves thoso who delight in
sllch entertainments to make much of the
one or two still to be rendered. Miss Liz
zie Evans closes her engagement to-night,
producing the Djwdrop. Loavitts Minstrels
Friday, night and next week Miss Ada
Gray, the accomplished actress, with a first
class play, closes the season as far as the
regular booking is concerned. Tho season
has bean very satisfactory to the stockhold
ers of the Opera House, having been man
aged with great economy and business
tact by Capt. Shields, who has devoted a
great deal of tims and attention to it. It is
not iraprobablo that we shall have other dra
matic treats ero the winu weather closes
in, but all such will have to be caught on
tho wing enroute narth and south. Many
first clais combinations are booked for next
season, wincu promises to ue even more
successful than this.
Mr. H. P. Leslie, of Elkton, M l., late of
the U. 3. Navy, was cured of rheumatism
and neuralgia, by a few applications of St.
Jacobs Oil, the great pain-cure.
A Itavcn's Amusement.
steal for the
nmu.-ing thieves, who
pleasure of hiding tho
stolen articles. An English gentleman
who owned a pet raven cut clown a rot
ten pi n in tree. It was found to have
been hollow to the core, and tho hol
low w:is discovered to be a sort of rob
ber's cave for the use of the raven.
Out of this hollow was taken a basket
ful of things the necumulation of
months that had been stolen and hid
den a way by the raven. The hoard
was of the most miscellaneous charac
terspoons, knives, thimbles and pens;
a pair of scissor.-!, a comb, a bundle of
boot laoes a meerschaum pipe, two
vesta boxes, etc.
Leaving the things on tho ground be
side the fallen tree we got lioidof Mon
sieur (.Vrvus Corax and laid him down
quickly beside these proofs of his dis
honesty, wondering what ho would
have to say to it.
And the r.'i-eal was quite equal to tho
occasion. Ho straightway a-sumed an
aspect and attitude of perfect innocence
With ono eye fixed upon our face, ho
seemed to inquire what it was all about,
and to ask wliat in the world he had to
do with it, whilo with the other ho
glanced at the things spread upon the
ground, with many a merry blink and
twinkle, that very unmistakably indi
cated a lively recollection of the de
light which the stealing of them afford
Wo hid ourselves. When ho found
himself alone, the raven, looking keen
ly around, croaked twieo a deep, gut
teral croak, and walked around and
around tho disentombed articles, as if
Ho then took up a spoon in his bill,
and carrying it with quick, decided
step to the opposite side of the garden,
hid it carefully away under the broad
leaves of a gigantic rhubarb plant; and
this ho did, and very quickly, with
every article of the hoard.
When he had finished tho job he ut
tered a favorito exclamation, of his
when he imagined ho had just done
something exceedingly clever, and was
perfectly satisfied with himself a curi
ous combination of laugh, chuckle and
croak, that seemed specially reserved
for such occasions. Whildmll Review
One Railroader Up in Details.
The complaint that Villard was too
big a man to understand tho details of
railroad management, nnd that ho real
ly never knew anything of Oregon
Transcontinental outside of making
mortgages, brings to mind tho caso ol
an Ohio road. It had president after
president, and each one cocked his foot
on the cilice desk and let her rip. She
had "ripped" until tho directors finally
got together and decided that the right
man must bo found pretty soon or tho
road must go to tho wall. They wero
consulting in a room looking out into
the passenger depot. A train camo in
eighteen minutes beeind time, and tho
train-dispatcher booted the conductor
out of tho door, fireil tho engineer out
of another, and run tho fireman under
a freight train. Ho then backed tho
train out and was coming back from
the yards when the directors met him,
and ono of them asked:
"Mr. Thomas, can you accept tho
presidency of this road?"
"Wait a minute," was tho replv, and
tho man shunted three cars, culled a
a switchman, tlrovo two loafers out of
tho yard, and returned nnd said:
"Why, yes, 1 suppose .so and tho
first thing I shall do is to firo you all
out o' here. Don't let mo soo you
around here again for six months."
In a year tho road was paying a
divideud. Wall Strat Xtws.
Mrs. Lingtry's first appearanco in public
was as a reader; she read "Curing a Cold,"
by Mark Twain. In a recent interview sho
said that she docs not approve of his way,
but for herself uses Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
a sure cure every time.
io a Sci initio r.mt.
A few nivii's ago if a m m wero seen
helloing at a b .-el in tlnw wail, an
Hworiti'r it with "iV.-,?'' "You don't
Well, I declare:" "No!!!" nnd
Kooii lie vvtiii UJ nave been tnouglit
crazy. Now it would bo known as a
simple easu of teh-phon.'. A man must
keep trai'k of scientific improvement
bofore he judges too harshly of his fel
Last night as policeman Baton was
walking up Lafayette avenue ho hoarj
female screams and a tremendous
crashing of bottles and glassware
On rushing around tho hack way ho
found a man acting like mad and
smashing soda-water bottles promiscu
ously in tho back kitchen. Baton did
not want to bring Mr. to tho
station, for that gentleman was otto of
Lafayettu-ls most respected citizens, so
he tried to calm him" down and get him
to reason. 1L- was astonished to find
Mr. quite rational, even if a
little out of breath. Although the soda
was nil around there was no trace of
"No, ollieer," said ho to Mr. Baton.
'It is not a case for the l'olico Depart
ment, but rather for tho Firo Depart
ment. The kitchen was in a blaze aud
so I was merely mushing these patent
bottled up lire extinguishers. You soo
this globe contains somo liquid which
has a depressing ell'oet on a firo. I
guess I smashed them a little too lively
but then this was our first lire and wo
were all a little excited."
"Oh, certainly. It's ail right. Toil
were doing your duty. Don't mention
it. Good night. Ah, by the way, you
needn't let this get into the papers,
you know. Detroit Free Press.
. I ha r-itsr-i
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an nssanit to murder, at the May term, lrj.ll, or too
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