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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING MARCH 28, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
I loarseness, lronchitis,Croup. Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption anil for the re
lief ofconsumptivc persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. I or bale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
r a specific for EpU
. lepsy, Dyspepsia,'
.ESi " A I co ho llni,
Opium Puling, KliruniatlNiii, Hpermntor
rbip, or Seminal Veaknow, and fifty other
rniiiplalntf " Wo claim it a ipteiftt, eiiu
tdy, because therlrus of all diseases arises from
llibblood. Ita Nervine, Hcsolvcnt,Alterativearid
Laxative propertie meet all the condition herein
referred l. It's known world uiU ai
It ii I ami cuins- Hie putuni not by WO
Introduction of opiates ami drastic cathartic, but
Ly the restoration of activity to the stomach ami
tcrvous system, whereby the brain In relieved
or morula imn irf, wincu aru crcaicu vj y.io
Ca'te above referred to. 4
To Chrgvmi n, Lawyer". IJtcnry men. Mer
chants, llunki r. Ladies and all the whose sed
critury ctnjiloyui.-iit catiM nervous prostration,
irregulunti. t of tho blood, Homadi, bowels ct
kidm-va or ho require a iicnetonic. appetizer or
stimulant, Sahauitas Nuivise is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim it tho lim-t wonderful inv it
erant that ever cii.tairn.il the kinking yat-i.
fl.W. Hold by all Irugil. U )
Frt-rtlmoid' snd rtrralii-.. srtvl itam?.
13, s. a. i:i::rs uz:. is:rs'&,
bT. JyBKi'U, 110.
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From these sources arise tuii-eioarths of
the lUitousA- of tim bumuii n,c'is. Those
(.yinptouiilM'lii.'iiU: their existence: L ol
Appetite, lluwtli costive, Mck Head
ache, rulliie.s after eating;, avrriion to
exertion of body or niliiil, KrurUMun
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
iplrlts, iVrlinif of linrlnK neglected
acune duty, Ili.iliie, ilutlerlliu at the
Heart, lol before the , liluhlr col
ored I rliie, t O-WrilM Mo., and do.
lu:ind the use of moody tmt acts directly
on lliol.lvcr. AsftLiver medicine Tl'TT'S
11 IA.S have no t iual. Their action on tho
Kidneys and --kin Isulso prunipt; removing
all impurities through these three irav
tngrra of the ayatcm," ptfxlncinjf appo
tit?, sound digestion, regular 8loU. acleiir
skin and a vi(;oroui Iwnly. Tl'TT'! PILLS
ciiune no nmiiea or piipinc: nor iiilcrftra
with tliillv work nnd nie u ) rftct
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TIE FEELS LIKE A M.W MAW.
"I have had Dycnepshi, with Constipa
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kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S are tho first
that have done mo any good. They have
cleaned mo out nicely, ily appetlto Is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural payinirrs. I feel like a new
man." V. L. LMV ARDS, Palmyra, 0.
PoMeTprTghTe.a5e. Offi.v.'l MutTnTSt.,N'.Y.
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ITHEfcUEnTSTirSIA & HilllliESTIOS,
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I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
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i detkoit, aiigu.
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ELY lIKOTllliKS, OruiiuUta, Owceo,N,7.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
0KFICUL PiPKH OF ALEXANDER OOCNTT.
. NTEHEIJ AT TUB CAIHO I'ObTOFFICE Foil
lllANHMIHflON TIIHOCOUTna MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Iu conversatiou with Col. BroArn, of
Metropolis, Abuer B. Taylor, of Chicago,
said id tubttauce that Houser was tent
here by Farwell, to help Scott work up an
anti-Logan gentimeat among thu negroeB
here. Abner Taylor is Farwell's law part
ner. It is not probable that he lied when
he made this statement to Col. Drown; nor
is it at all probable that
Col. Brown willfully told a
falsehood when he repeated the same state
ment to others here, upon the authority of
Mr. Taylor. But assuming that both thcEe
gentlemen had tampered with the truth in
making these statement, then what be
comes of Scott's assiatfint, the handsome
but senseless and prattling llnuser? lie,
too, uuve the whole snap away, and not to
one or two or three person, but to dozens
entertained crowds on the street corners
with the relation of tho story and swelled
with pride as he boasted of being the hired
gilley ofChtrles V. Farwell. When tho
Republican Central Committee met at The
llalliday a short time ago, Scott took pains
to exhibit his talking dude to the members,
for which thoughtless act he is now doubt
less trying to hiro some big, healty man to
kick the Lulge of his anatomy my vigor-
ausly. The dude Uckled one member after
another and after the manner of a yery
"fresh" recruit rankin'' his 6rst "break" at
"interviewing,'' proceeded to sound them
with regard to their presidential prefer
ences. He "buzzed"' one after another
with varying emotions, always, while pre
tending to seek for information in a gener
al way, bringing up finally at Logan's
name and showing particular interest in
the mt'fuberu' opinion ou L' gu's probable
candidacy for the presidency. At latt be
struck one member who was more vtticent
than the others had been, particularly with
reference to Logan concerning whese
chances he refused to express any opinion
whatever. After repeated failures to elicit
from this gentleman an expression of feel
ing toward Logau, the dude jumped to the
conclusion that the man was an opponent
ot Logan's and then he begin bis talk to
unfold. "I am probably as much opposed
to Logan as you are" said tho dude. "You
have probably heard that Charley Farwell
(llouser always calls Hon. C. V. Farwell,
"Charley" when he isn't near enough to
hear it; has sent some one down here to
help Scott work agsinst Logan among the
colored voters. Well, I'm the man. I've
been working hard, and with good efL-ct,
too. We'll give Logan holl in this end of
the State tnd in the State Convention next
mouth." This was the substance of
Ilouser's prattle. Thecoramitteemm listen
ed attentively and without a word in reply,
to tho revelatioa of the whole "secret" plot;
and when the would be "pumper" had
pumped himself dry, the listener rmark
ed: "Well, that's all right. You have a
right to think, say and do what you please
about tho matter; but the reason I didn't
like to express any opinion about Logan, is
that he's a brother-in-law of mine." Houser
did have sense enough to see the point to
see that he had made a confounded ass of
himself; an1 he sneaked off with his chin
on his chest, mentally offering to "sell out"
for a postage stamp. He hid innocently
tattled the whole dread secretof his presence
here to Hon. W. S. Rogers, of Murphys
boro, Gen. Logan's own brother in-law I He
had told how he hated Logan ; how he and
Scott were in league with Logan's most
dangerous foes and were working together
"secretly" to betray Logan among the
negroes. Scott learned of the disastrous
blunder and he also learned that it was
rapidly spreading amoug those in other
parts of tho district, who, not knowing his
real character, were half inclined to act
with him in the politics of the district; and
this knowledge prompted him to publish
that card in the Argus, publicly proclaim
ing his friendship for Logan. But, now
then, if Abner B. Taylor, of Chicago, Col.
Brown, of Metropolis, Hon. W. S. Rogers,
of Murphysboro, a dozen or more citizens
of Cairo of both colors, and Jabbering
Joseph Houser himself if all those have
told the truth, what then becomes of Bill
Scott? What becomes ot the Btraw at
which ha clutched through the Argus of
Wednesday, in his frantic effirts to escape
from tho dangers of local party opinion
which swells with indignation at his too
apparent hypocracy? If Scott told tho
truth in his card to the Argus, ho must
have acted treacherously toward Farewell;
if he acted in good faith with Farewell, he
muithave been a traitor to Logan, and his
card was a bold, bad, black lie. For the
present The 4Bullktin is done with this
matter. From a party stand-point it had no
interest in it whatever. It said what it
did only as a newspaper, and its principal
aim was to givo a little timely and health
ful airing'to a foul spot in tho Republican
camp, which was becoming altogether too
generally offensive, and to eradicate it, if
possible, from tho politics of this city and
county. A little time will tell to what ex
tent this object has been accomplished.
P. S. Mr. Farewell should recall Hand
some Jabbering Joseph and reinstate him
In his former position of coachman to old
Ahmr Taylor; in fulure he
should st til only men to do
his dirty work here, who havo at least sente
enough to keep their months shut when oc
casion demands, or who will subaiit to
wearing a inuzzlo whenever they are out of
his immediate keeping.
W. F. uamhdin, river editor o Tub lliri.LKTiM
and (teAnhoat papnenur atftnt. Ordera for all
kinds of ateamboat Job prfntiiiK solicited. Olfice
at Bower' European 11 o tel. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE IlIVEll.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. tu. 47 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Mar. 27. River 20 feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mar. 27. River 38 feet 10
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 27. River 10 feet
0 inches and falling.
Nashville, Mar. 27-Rivcr 30 ft 3 inch
es and risiDg.
Fittsburg, Mar. 27. River 10 feet 6 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Mar 27. River 23 ft 4 inch
es and rising. '
The towboat, Jenuie Campbell, from
Pittsburg arrived here at 2:30 p. m. yester
day, discharged 000 kegs of nails and a
largo lot of bar iron. Departed for St. Louis
at 6 p. m.
The Andy Baum from Memphis arrived
here at 2 p. m. yesterday. She had a fair
freight and pisienger trip, departed for
Ciuciunati at 2:30 p.m.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati re
ceived about 300 tons of freight here and
left for New Orleans last night.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up for
Paducah and Sliawneetown last night.' She
had a nice trip.
The City of St. Louis leaves here to-day
for New Orleans.
The Guiding Stir, the slickest thing in
the Big O. Line U due this evening for
Cincinnati. If you want to travel in grand
style take the Star and you will never re
gret tho trip. J. D. Hegler, master; Ster
ling Mclntire, clerk.
The Gus Fowler is on the programme to
day, loc k out for her. Sue leaves for Padu
call at i :30 p. tn.
TheW. II. Cherry from Nashville arrived
here at 7 a. m. yesterday. She had a light
trip, departed at 9 a. m.
Tho Ohio from Cincinnati will report
hero to-morrow for Memphis. Dn't forget
her because site is one of the best that
Everybody seems to have come to the
occlusion that we aro not going to have
big water much longer, and several ot the
biys have already discarded their high
The Buckeye State leaves Memphis to
night and will arrive here Sunday morning
Bolle Memphis from St. Louis is due
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Annie P. Silver from New Orleans is
tho regular Anchor Line steamer due up
to-day for St. Louis.
Mayor Reed, of Paducah, was so pleased
with Cairo and its citizens that he prolong
ed his visit 24 hours. He left for home on
the Gus Fowler last evening.
The distress among the flood sufferers of
the lower Mississippi is terrible and we
hope that they may soon be relieved.
We understand that seal-skin coats are
goinirout of style, and in consequence,
cnlds are increasing among the fair sexes.
How fortunate there is such a remedy as
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup!
A good deal has been said through
the papers about tho healthfulness of
lemons. Tho latest advico is how to
use them so they will do tho most good,
bs follows: Most people know tho bene
fit of lemonade before breakfast, but
few people know that it is more than
doubled by taking another at night also.
Tho way to get tho better of a bilious
system without bluo pills or quinine is
to tako tho juice of one, two or three
lemons, as appetite craves, in as much
water as makes it pleasant to drink
without sugar, before going to bed. In
tho morning, on rising, at least half an
hour before breakfast, tako tho juice of
one lemon in a goblet of water. This
will clear the system of humor and bilo
with ellieieucy, without any of tho
weakening effects of calomel or con
gress water. People should not irritate
tho stomach by eating lemons clear;
tho powerful acid of tho juice, which
is always most corrosive, invariably
produces inflammation afterawhile, but
properly diluted so that it does not
ouru or draw tho throat, it does its
medical work without harm, and when
the stomach is clear of food has abund
ant opportunity to work over tho sys
tem thoroughly, says a medical authori
ty. Hartford Times.
A $20 BIBLICAL PRIZE.
Tho publishers of Rutledge's Monthly
offer twelve value rewards in their Monthly
tar April, among which is the following:
We will give 120.00 to the person telling
us how many words there are in the Epistle
of Jude, as recorded in the New Testament
Scriptures (not the New Revision), by
April 10th, 1884. Should two or more cor
rect answers be received, the reward will
he divided. The money will be forwarded
to the winner April 13th, 1884. Persons
trying for the reward must send 20 cents in
silver (no postage stamps taken) with their
answer, for which they will reeeivo the
May Monthly, in which the name and ad
dress of the winner of the reward and the
correct answer will bo published, and in
which several more valuable rewards will
be offered. Address Rutlcdge Publishing
Company, Easton, Penna.
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"I have used eight bottles of Warner's
"Safe Cure, and honestly believe it saved
"my life. A. F. Carlisle,"
Carlyle, Pa., Feb. 2d.
"I was givtn up by my physicians to
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Virgina, Nev. Chronicle.
"Three bottles of Warner's Safo Cure
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Lodi, Cal. J, M. Mcndeli,
"Five bottles of Warner's Safe Cure
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Denver, Col. Clerk American House.
"Warner's Safe Cure saved my wife's life
"when the best doctori and mineral Bprings
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Winston, Coon. J. B. Woodrcff.
"I had enlargement of the heart, which
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East Rochester, N. II.
"Owing to the high temperature of the
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Exeter, N. II.
"Warner's Safe Cure has saved my boy's
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"case of Briyht's Disease they ever saw."
s E. B. Buck,
Editor Macoupin County Enguirer.
Carlinville, Ills., March 1st.
"I was treated by Doctors Agnew and
"Webster, of New York, who pronounced
"me afflicted with Bright's disease. I was
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Geo. C. Stevfns.
South Norwalk, Conn.
"I had kidney disorders, indigestion
"rheumatism and lumbago for tbre years
"I grew worse and felt as though a hun
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"my liver and kidneys. Warner's Safe
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C. B. De Noyelles,
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"Previous to a year ago I was severely
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"I began the use of Warner's Safe Cure,
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Cleveland, O. Captain of Police.
"For years I have had excruciating pains
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No. 28 Thirteenth street.
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"About two years ago I resorted to the
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J. H. Hcdson,
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Rev. II. II. Fairall, D. D. editor ot the
Iowa Methodist, says editorially, in the No
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and believe that, by a thorough course of
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catarrh. Ministers, as a class, are afflicted
with head and throat troubles, and catarrh
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ly." Not a liquid nor a snuff. Applied to
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Swirl' 8 pec i lie is entirely a voidable prepata
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Nwilt's Specific is a complete an'fdoto to Hlood
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D. O. C. Hkniiv, M.D., Atlanta, (la.
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In 1H60 I came from tho North to take charge of
the l! as works In Rome, as superintendent, and
after the oveiilow, which occuned in the spring
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business. 1 was treated by the phyeiUans without
My trouble finally determined in an abscess of
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thought 1 was doomed to die within a few day,
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Ait Only Daughter Cured of Consump.
When death was hourly expected, all remedies
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