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h'or the Cure oi Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, !mnclii:is,Croup, Indu-j
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cii.icnt Consumption anil for the re-:
licfofcom uinptive persons in advan
ced stages or thcDisc.rc. 1'orSale
by all l)rii:,'gists. I'ricc, 2? Cents.
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wl.ii h. !.!: n a ft an! of tin- kidLivs,
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IlecawseltarUon the I II Ml. DOWELS and
KIDNEYS it the urns lime.
Eonse It srmr t)-, rrst. -n cf the poison,
oua humors that devulopo in Kidney ami Un
nary Iie&c-, Uuioiuncmi, Jaunrli' e. Constipa
tion. Pile, cr in liaeumausrn, Ncural'ia, It'er-
I fiuUI I-IUK'V nF Jh i.
it wTiiTeuirErv err. 3
By cuir.i FTJ3 of aU UiO craao
and func:;;-!ii, tVroby
CLEANSING the OLOOD
rwtorin the normal po-K'er to tlirow off djicaM.
THOUSANDS CF CASES
of the wnrnt forms of tho u-niblfl disast
hvo becu y,ui;.y relieved, and m a abort Uino
Plllin, l, I Hl III OR lil:. siil.U III UHI 0(,lTS.
lrr can be sent by mall.
WELLS. aiCJIAEDSOM & Co., 11-irUr.cton, TL
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C17 SU Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rejrulnr C Jrnriunto ff two mrillr.il
rrtlk-C''. lift" ln't'ii liiMfi hL'aetd In 1 he ireut
XniMit nf t 'liroiin-, ?' crviiim, Hlun Bii'l
J1doi 1 ls, .- tli;m an v i t li.-r iln ii iin In
t-t. l.ciul", as city paper f how ami ai ( ol, rrl
Ifiits know, ( ' on i ! t t i " n at mf.re nr bv niail,
friv and Invlti .1. A irii n.P.y talknrlil nplnlmi
C"9t imihlnir. Win n It I-i "m-on v -nlcnt to Tlit
the city lor Ireattm-nt. m ilii-int" can be sent
ly mall or iri-n pvcrvwlu-r,1. Cnrabl cafi
tfiiaraiili'f.l : lnT" doubt ctibU It 1 Irankly
ftiiti d, tall or Write,
yertou Prnntratlon, fiflilllty, Mentiil anil
riirilral iVpakneii, Merrnrial ami oth?r
aBfftiom of Throat, Kklnrnid llnnf, ninod
I m purities and ltlond Polionlng, Skin After
tlona, Old tsorca ami tlrirn. Impcdlmciil to
Marriage. Hlirnmatium, l'ilf. ?PrJJ!?T
tfntlon t fxea from OTer-worked hraln.
SritfiirAt CA SES receU apprlal attention.
Mseae arlnlnir from Iinpruilcnre, t'scrMH,
Indulgences or Exposuroi,
It Is fn-lf-evlilent that .1 plivilrl.in p.iylnR
fartli'iil.ir attention ti a class nf cae9 attalm
Kriatfiklll, and plivlrlan In reirular praetli't'
nil over tli roiinti v knowing tills, freotiently
recoiiiiu oiies tii I he ohli--t mitre In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and the proved (rood remrtiow of all
Blfen and countries lire used, A w hole home Is
inii d lor olllce Jul rpnot'S, ami all are treated with
Fklll In a respectful manner; and, knowing
what lo do, no experiments are made, dn ac
count of tho pi-eat nniuti.T npplylntr. tho
chai k'i"' ire kept low. often lower than is de
manded bv other.. If von "ei nre the skill nnd
i;et aspee.lv and perfect life cure, that Is thn
linportant inaller. FaiulilUct, M pages, bent
toanv uddi'esa free.
plates. .MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages
Eloirant cloth and pllt hlniUnu'. Sealed for !0
cents In postaueor enrrencv. liver lil'iy won.
ilerlul pen piciures. true tollfc, articles on tho
followimr siihieets: Who may innrry t whonnt:
whv'f Proper ntri1 to marrv. M hoinurry H t.
Manhood. Womanhood, l'hviral decay. Who
should marrv. How life and happiness inny be
Increased. Those innrrled or cniiteinplalliiK
nmrrvlim slmiild read It, Itouulil. to he read
liy all adult persons, then kept under lock ami
key, Popular edition, fame as above, but paper
cover and i'uo pages, 25 cents by mall, In money
Crick, Spruuis.Wiviiclies. KIku.
matlsin, Ncurali-'ia, Sciatica,
1'leurlsr Pains, HI itch In tin)
Side, llackaclio, Swollen Julnts,
neart IJlseafO, Boro Muscles,
Tain In tho Chest, and all pa'"" nml ftcho" l'"her locni or
iloop-sented are lust antly m liuveil and apeedlly cured by
tho well-known Hop Master. Compounded, n It Is, of
tho medicinal virtueHot I rosk Hups, llunis, llalsams and
Kxtracts, It Is Indeed tio oent piln-killlntf, stimulating,
RiHithlnitandatrcnKtlienlmr Porous Plaster ever mado.
Hop Vtiwttrt are sold by all druugWsand country atorca.
Kf cents or live ror JI w. aj tf rm
Mulled on mwlpt of H U
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l'roprlcturs and Manu
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The Daily Bulletin.
OrTICK: NO. 711 OHIO LKVfcE.
OKKICUl. PAI'KH Or" AI.KXANDKK COCNTY,
N'll llKIl AT TUB (.'AIIUI POHTOKKICK KOIl
' H ANm.MIH.-ION Tllltill'Olf TUB MAII.B AT
HliCd.NO CLASS UATICU.
IOG'A L J iREVlTIKS.
3overnl dyj ftV.( Mr. C'liarlus Brubh,
of Ciirhoiiilulo, wan in the city taking an
other look nt tho iikw Marino Honpital af
fairs here. He expected to receive orders
from Washington to coinruonco any time,
and will bu (in-pared to work lively from
tho sttit a toon as fcUch order bliull come.
It is prohublo that Surguon-Gen. Hamilton
will Le hrre in a few days, to personally in
augurate tin work.
Chief Mj era is in pursuit of a man
named Wilson, who is charged with con
spiring with others to burn bouaes in
Columbus, Ky., some time ago. Wilson
was admitted to bail and has "jumped."
One hundred dollars reward is offered for
his cspture, and the chief is on a hot trail.
Sunday the chief midd a trip to Bird's
Point, where ho had learned the fugitive
was; but the trip was fruitless, except in so
far a it prov.jj that the bird had flown.
Now that the railroads luvo stopped
transfering at WicklilFo, that little town is
again a rather forlorn looking locality com
pare 1 to what it was before. What has
probably done more thin any one thing to
pira'ze the place, is the very troub!e.-ome
question of the county se it removal, which
is aiain soon to be voted upon. Upon tho
decision ot this question in favor of Wick
lill'e, depende, in a great mppsure, the pros
perity of the p'.ace, and so long as its claim
to t!ie county seat is in.distute, it will lag.
Mr. E. E. Tipton and Mr. C. II. Hitch
cock, of Tiptonville, Tenn., were in the
city yesterday. The former is publisher of
the Tiptonville Star a weekly puper. They
report that their little city suffered con
siderably from the flood and there is treat
fear among the people that ihe present rise
will aain discoiin.de them very much. A
movement is on foot to build a levtie around
the expo.-od part of the town and a meeting
of citizens to inaugurate the work is Called
WW AND lll'MOK.
f- !:.! mv -I'd i.fi- is rapidly lecom-
: t , -rot :.nd a' sorbin,: question in
U .. - !i :i; tiri. If ii ii y of tiu-si' sticklers
: ' iii-ftv.-n. wl.rtt 3 w rot died timo
tot . w-i.l h.ui'! llirh sicr DctH'jcrnl.
' ;' and, you'll have' to go and
c.ii tiirf, bi,y yoursolf. 1 can't make
h'la et tip. lb' uiiM'ps as if he were a
!""" ' Ha, we.!, .l:iri:t, tlm l oy can't
i .)! it. l:'s futo. Ho was boin to be
i t" 'ii i-nuiti."
Vii '.iiii ('o 'li iit isi) '(iood hr .ivens!
man, tiiat i.s tin' mm-oihI cniind tooth
yi.'.i have puib-d.'' lli'iirist (to victim)
"I U 'j :iv pardon, .-ir, but aa you
had miiv ih-.i'i: whin I commenced I
tn.nk 1 Kliail make no miiako this
Oid L'li'liman (looking at a ve.y
i oo-laih-d horse): 'diiess ine! How
sl '.; t ti i'- have cut his tail." A:tet:d
ani: ' His master is a nieiniM-r of the
Soi-iely for lln' Pioteetion of Animals,
ir. In this fashion he will not annoy
the poor il.es.''
It is a sight worthy of an artist's
envon to .see a woman, while talking
liiruugh a telephone to hiTgroecr threO
iniies away, s!ainiing her little foot
and shaking her list as tiioiitjli the jioor
niati was quailing right before her.
Yuul'K is Si'ttt. ma i.
"Trust nn ii and they will b" true to
id'i," says Ivneisoii. We .showed this
to :; respec table grocer. He grew iivid
with r:i";i seized a club, and wanted
lo know where that Emerson fellow
lived. There was mischief in that gro
cer's eye. We did not tell him.
IVsial regulation s: Abigail What!
haif llese letters again for Mi-s Eanny
ii'id not one for nu ? Tostiuaii (lliber
iiian) Av course not. Do you think
ine so mane as to be bringiu' ye letters
from aiiotlier fntleinan, and I killeu
nivsi'lf.t ouiiu' to see ye every morning
tiii.s whole mon;h past, darliu'?
A (ii-ass Valley man has four trained
frogs that sing the ".Sweet I've nnd
live." A little marsh frog is the tenor,
a bi' bullfrog is the basso, and the so
prano and alto wore imported from
Sacramento. As soon as the owner
toadies them one or two new songs ho
intends to travel through California ex
Dr. X goes to a restaurant with a
friend, and orders a bottle of wine.
Shortly after ho is called away for a
moment, nnd the friend nccost9 the
waiter: "Fine brand of wino that is."
Waiter "Ah, yes, but by no means our
best. You ought to try some of tho
kind the Doctor always orders when ho
conies here alone." Fliegcndc BLilter.
A country gentleman who recently
preached in an Austin church is an ad
mirer of the writings of Charles Dick
ens, and quotes from his novels almost
as often as ho does from the Bible. Ho
surprised his congregation by winding
up a gorgeous peroration with: "It is
thus you see, my brethren, as tho
Scriptures say, 'Barkis is willin', but
tho flesh is weak.' " jfVxrtJi Sitings.
"How is this, Minnicj" asked ono
Marathon girl of another. "You havo
asked ail theso folks to your party that
you scarcely speak to and left out somo
of your most intimate friends." "Oh,
that's all right. I'm practicing up on
cooking, and am 'going to bako tho
cake for the party myself. I don't
want to kill any of my friends."
Somo genius has invented a thermo
meter where'. a man can regulate tho
temperalui-e to suit himself. This is
nn admirablo thing, for, with ono of
those machines in his pocket, a man
can defy tho extremes. When the
leniperaturo slides down below zero,'
all he has to do is lo pull out his littlo
thermometer, givo it a twist up into
Hiiinniei' heat, uinl there you uro.
Ti t ts Siftingi.
A grocer sold an old farmer a gallon
of tar through mistake- for molasses.
After discovering the mistake ho waited
to hear some complaint, but, hearing
none, wrote to the old follow, who re
plied us follows: ".Much obliged for
the e'reekshun, but it comes too late,
as all of lho si till' is done Hotmod ui.
Wife sho Mowed that thar was suthen
outen fix with tho 'lasses; but I 'lowed
sho must bo pregedist." Arkunsaw
A clergyman in Durham, Eng., somo
short time since taught an old man in
his parish to read, and found him an
apt pupil. After his lessons wore fin
ished ho was not able to call for fomo
timo, and when ho did only found tho
wife at home. "How Is John?" said
he. "How does ho get on with his
reading?" "Oh, nicdy, sir." "Ah, I
suppose ho'll read his Bible very com
fortable now?" "B.ble, sir! Bless you,
ho was out of tho Bible ami into tho
newspapers long ago."
Miss Maria l'ickallaw (talking bo
hind her fan to her sister) Tho idea of
Dolly Debut's wearing that heliotropo
dress! Miss Jane l'ickallaw Why. it
strikes mo ns very becoming. Miss
Maria (snappishly) Becoming! Of
course! Did anybody say it wasn't?
But don't you know it takes a faultless
complexion to wear that color, and for
Doliy Debut to appear in that dress is
us much as to say sho considers her
complexion perfect. Miss Jane How
very bold of her, to bo sure!
Apropos of a familiar phrase much
in vogue among a certain type of Amer
ican women, a very well known New
York lady, while traveling in Italy this
autumn, overheard somo of her coun
trywomen conversing in tho cars. Sho
carried away this valuablo critical
opinion, with others: "And so you've
seen St. l'cter?" "Yes; and on Wed
nesday tho l'opo. 'They're both so
nice; uin't they Laura?" And Laura,
of course, answered: "Indeed they
arc. Just as nice as they can be!"
'What are you doing with my boots
on?" indignantly asked a high State
oflkial of a colored gentleman. "Is
deso here yer boots, boss?" "Of course
they are."" "Dat's mighty cuis." "Not
curious at all, you scoundrel. You
found them in mv room when you
cleaned up." "Wall, dat's mighty
cuis, Yer ken hab do boots, sah, ef
da's versef's." "I wouldn't have them
now. ' "Den what yer wanter make
all dis great 'miration 'bout? White
fokes gittin' wuss ebery day. Do blanio
boots too littlo fur mo nohow." Ar
In these days a girl will tako about
twenty thousand pieces of silk of all
shades and put them all neatly to
gether, and then embroider dainty
birds, and blushing flowers, and rib
honed tambourines, and airy lutes, and
all sorts of exquisite littlo conceits
upon it. And after this sho lines it
with sky-blue satin, and puts a luxuri
ous heavy gold cord around the cdj;e,
and when all this a'sthetic object is lin
ished it is called a crazy quilt. Wo
should think it was tho girl who would
"How to look at a picture." Pshaw!
Everybody knows how to do that. You
want to stop before tho biggest canvas
in the exhibition and remark. "Ain't
it pretty? Natural, ain't it? Wonder
what it'is (looking nt catalogue). Oh,
yes! 'Sunrise.'" Just double up your
list and see how it comes out, etc. Then
going nearer: "Why, it doesn't look liko
anything, does it?" Next rub your
hand over it to seo "how rough it is,"
and, after punching it with your cano
or umbrella, according to your sex,
pass it by in a weary way and "wonder
what it's worth," Boston Transcript.
"You know, ma, that in Philadelphia
people always ask who one's grand
father was, and as 1 am going there
noon you must tell me. Was my grand
father a judge, or a governor, or a
president, or anything?" "Well, no
my dear. He became very rich, though,
aud you may soy he had something to
do with banks." "But what wa9 his
position or trade?" "Oil, never mind
about that.", "But those people will
ask mo, you "know." "Well, the only
trade ho ever learned was shoe-making."
"Shoe-making! Oh, well, ho
got rich, so that is all right." "Yes;
lie made shoes a great many years.
He learned the trade and worked at it
in a penitentiary, but you need not
Tlic I'm in e or Our llarth.
If the force at the back of all growth,
all complexity, and all change on earth
is that which' ihe sun bis steadily sup
plied to it through countless ages, and
still supplies, it is plain that when this
force fails, as fail it one day must,
there will be a steadily declining de
velopment and a rapidly increasing de
generation of things, an tin doing by
regressive decompositions of what has
been done l.y progressive combinations
through the succession of the ages.
The disintegrating process may be ex
pected to take effect first upon the high
est products of evolution, and to reach
in deepening succession the low, lower
and lowest organizations and organic
compounds. The nations that havo
risen high in complexity of develop
ment will deteriorate nnd be broken
ii), to have their places taken by less
complex associations of inferior indi
viiluals; these in turn will yield place
to simpler and feebler unions of slill
more degraded beings; species after
species of animals and plants will first
degenerate :;nd then become extinct as
the worsening condition of life render
it impossible for them to continue the
struggle for existence; a few scattered
families of degraded human beings,
living, perhaps, in snow huts near The
equator very much as Esquimaux live
now near the polo will represent tho
last wave of tho receding tide of hu
man existence before its final extinc
tion; until at last a frozen earth, in
capablo of cultivation, i left without
energy to produce a lhing particle of
any sort, ami so death itself is dead."
Dr. Maudsley in llody and Will,
Three girls, less than D years of age,
daughters of respectable parents, have
becu arrested in Sehneclady, N. Y., for
shoplifting. Nearly a dozm leading
merchants have been 'despoiled. The
parents hnvo restored sutlloient dry
goods and trinkets to stock a storo.
TUESDAY MO.UNINO MARCH 25, 1834.
W. F ;,mriiin, river ediiorol ilna 111'm.ktim
and atcimhiiu! piism-ii ;er ai?.m. Orders for all
kimleol eleamhoat Joh priiitli.'if solicited. OWce
at Uowor burupeitn liutol. No. 73 Ohio lovee.
8TA0KS OK TUfi mvKIl.
The river marked by tho gaugu ut this
port at Op. ui.47 feet 5 inches and ris
Chattanooga, Mar. yl.-Uiver 27 feet 1
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 24. Kiver 41 feet 0
inches and riding.
Louisville, Mar. 24,-River 17 feet
4 inches and rising.
Nashville, Mar. 21 River 24 ft 2 inches
Pittsburg, Mir. 24. Kiver 10 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Bt Louis, Mar 24. River 18 ft 5 inch
es and rising,
The Belle of Shreveport, of tho Southern
Transportation line, leaves hero early this
morning. A large party of excursionists
from Cincinnati are on board for the round
trip to New Orleans and return. Ono of
the best string bands of the Queen City
has been securnd by Capt. Wash Thompson
for the amusement of his guests. It will
surely be a delightful trip, and we hope
that a few couples may join tho pleasure
The B. S. Rhea came down ou fast time
and is entitled to tho boners for fpeed.
Bhe left Nashville at 0 o'clock Suaday
morning and arrived here at 11 a. m. yes
terday. She lobt six hours at Clarksville.
Pretty god lor a "plug."
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
aud the Jas. W. Guff from Memphis arrived
here Sunday night, both bound for Cincin
nati. The Guff was about one hour ahead.
Both boits had good trips.
Yesterday was a lovely spring day, and
we.hope the door has been closed against
the ugliest and most disagreeable winter
evar experienced since the birth of Mc
thusala. The Centennial left here for New Or
leans yesterday evening. She had a big
Don't forget Jumbo this morning for the
grand excursion to New Orleans and re
turn. Capt. Wash Thompnn and his able
corps of officers will do all in their power
to mike the trip everything that could be
The Ohio will take a light tumble here
to-day, and wo hope that the high waters
will soon be a thing of the pas'.
The Dexter from Evansville took a no-
tion to visit Cairo last Sunday, Sho was as
light as enrk.
The Belle Memphis from Vicksburg
paed up for St. Louis last night.
The Andy Baum frtm Cincinnati dis
charged a big lot of freight here Sunday
Departed for Memphis at midnight.
"A tug thing on wheels."' The R. R.
Springer fria New Orleans is due for Cin
cinnati to morrow night.
The Buckeye State, one of the best pack
ets n9w running, is due early to-morrow
morning for Memphis.
Billy Keck is now one of Charley Bow
ers' "btaff officers" at th European Hotel.
Mr. Charles Jacobi, of Baltimore, Md., a
well known citizen, had suffered for months
with artite rheumatism in his ankle and
foot. Finally he used St. Jacobs Oil, the
great pain-cure, and was relieved by the
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tltroat. Nwellinira, Npralna, Itrulsca,
Kuril. Men Ids. Front lilies.
1ND IX OlIIKH Hl.lllLV PAINS AMI AHIK8.
Sold by Urufijuu in.l lleilrr. everywhere. Fifty Ceuu botUt.
PircctloDi la 11 LanKiiap'i.
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A New and Complete Hotol, fronting o. Lcvei
Second and Hail road Streets,
The Passenger Dopot or tho Chlcaeo, at. bonli
and -sew Orleans: Illinois Central; Waharh, Ht.
Louis and Paclnc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hailwava
are all JtiBt across tho street; while tho Stnambnai
LaD(iinit la hat one square distant.
This Hotol is heated by ateam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Uulls,
Automatic Flre-Alarma, Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect sewerage and complete appointments.
Bapcrb fnrmshlBKs; perfect aervlco; and an un
1. 1'. PARSER cV CO.. !"
Swift's Hpoclllc Is entirely a vegetable nreusra.
un uril uliulilil i,l tw. ,.nC. ..... v. . r"'
, ...... ..... ,lv vuuiuuijuvu witn me va
llliritllllleM Imttu, ........ L .
...... ...... v,u, uuu..c,:rcl numiiUKS,
"hiiccua Alti rans," etc., etc., which are now bV
ln( manufactured by varlona persona. None of
these CouiBin a alnule article which entera Into the
....in . in. I I i . m it U il kl M'..,...,. I. I
wimjuiuii vi a. v. a. I IIHC IB UU1JT Olitj nWllta
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Ti, lirntrettt Hltitiate. nnl fHanimnliilmnKl U ...... .
,.. . v . . " ' . Mil', u iDUj. uu BUlU l(J
Swift's Specific Is a comnloto antidote tn Rlood
Taint, Wood poison, .Malarial Poison and Skin
iiumiiiir. j. oichiNicN biinn,il.u.,Atiuuttt, Ua
1 have had remarkably success with Swlffa Hnev
clllc In tho treatmentof Iilaoil and Hkin Diseases,
and In Female Disease. I took It myself for t'ur
buucles with happy effect.
o. u. c. iiKNitr, M.D., Atlanta, Ga.
I used Swift's Specific on my little daughter, who
was allllcted with some Blood l'oisou which hid
resisted all sorts of treatment. The Hpeclftc re
lieved her ncrinunciitlv. nml T ahall n... u H
practice. w. E. Hkontk, M.D.,
Cyprena Uldge, Ark.
Iu 1KS0 I came from the North to tnVn rtinrrm r.t
the ifs works In Homo, as superintendent, and
after tho overllow, which occurred In the Burlng
iuiiuitiuk, "ns very niucu exposed to malarial
poison, and in lss found my blood so contamina
ted with tho poison that I was forced to give up
business. I was treated by tho physiclana without
Mv trouble finally determined In an absrnsi of
the llvi.r and nearly every one (myself Included)
thouuht 1 was doomed to dlo within a few days,
in tills condition I was advised by a friend to take
Swift's Specific, and I took it Just as a drowning
man would cutrli at a straw, but as soon as my
system g't under the Influence ol the remedy, tba
abscess came to a poiut and burst, passing off
without paiu. In fifteen duys after thialwasup
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