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loarseness, Lronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
nza, Asthma, whooping Cough, In
inient Consumption and for the rc-
iefofcoDstimptive persons in aivan-B
ed stages of the Disease, 1 or Sale
)y all Druggists. Price, 23 Cents.l
killing h a':t ;nr Hit of t i , e blood, ami
n t: eir functions ate Int.rrertil wrn I'runifi
k:.es. C-ey nc 1 tniiii.g. 1 ik-t in-come h-siui-
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Health and Happiness.
9 BO AS OTHERS
7OT J HAVE DONE.
fre your Kidneys disordered?
niuMi'j 't iii'.iiifi.i lut-ir.'Ul nit Kit,.,-
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fvj'inry t. iei 'ir'U i 113 :i.-n hit T, at. r kmjuw
;u ci.a.k aui tin n lirfe bN--d."
li mik w,.un, leaWJ y, Haas.
Suffering from Diabetes?
'Kj lii-jr-Wi n i.ti.c i. i f-.lrveiH-tT 1 hart
T UacL Give ttlm-t liliIl. -M:iT') r. 1. f."
It. Phillip C. liiuuu, MvLjiU.o, Vt
(lave you Liver Complaint?
fur IinivH to die."
Ikury V. ard. late Col. 6th Sat, Guard, S. T.
Its your Back lamo and nchirur?
auio 1 Lid to loll t 'ii t.f id."
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Havo you Kidney Disease?
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da alu-r 14 yuan of nthf-r rmtlwirne.n
Have vou Malaria?
I THner-tt'.in hu don. botl. r thin any otkar
VtiaciJ I La over ud In my rrarti'-e."
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Are you Bilious?
"KUney W.irt haj donom tn ru irioJ than any
"thi'r rvtutvly 1 have f vcr tak.-iL"
' Mr J. I. (..allay, Elk rTat, OrtBou
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Ir. W. Klme r-- tiinif r.l -1 it to mt-."
Are you Rheumatism racked?
die l7 (iiHAcxrt and I lini mtTi-ixl , thirt ap.''
Ladies, are you suffering?
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"vtral'i'iuatan.llni. Many frirmla and I'raiiw
It." - lira. Ii. Lamonaux, Jalu La Uuiu-, t.
If you would Banish Disease
and pain neaun, irkq
The Blood Cleanser.
b porom pla.tT Is I
ilutt lj the brut erv.t
Ido. cnmbinintf thd 1
l-tuea f hi with
ma, ttaluma and rx-1
kcta. Its iwwpr is wonderful In cnrinir diwasos whora
ior plasters almply nlice. Crlik lu Ike Uw k and
k, rain in the Side or Limbs, null juinta and luwrli
Inoy Truufoli's, KhoumatLsm, Nuural,-ia. boro Chest,
octions of tho Hi'iirt and Liver, and ail paina or aihea
uy part cured liittantly by tho inp 1'iMtrr. I jr Try
It. rnet'2j cents or tio lur
llallid on reciiiit of price, bold l y
all druriisu and country bturii
Hop Plaster Company,
rroprietors, llohWn, Miua,
arFor con.-tiriaiion. loss of ariin't.fpaml discawsof tho
ivrlfttukp HftwlfT'n fitonrvh nnd X.lrrr Pi IK t'ivntfl.
5 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO.
A ro(nilnr(rrInnto. 3rThp Otdo.r Sperlillt
1 tho United .Siaten, whiise l i n: i.unu km kkikm k,
.irfMef. tm.rhnd nnil tiuro nnuiicinti inuru Krfcl'.iiY
nd TKItMANKNT OUHl-tl of all 1'rivntn, chrnnin and
ervmia Dixeniea. A ifui'l inimnf the lllinill. Skill.
(Iilneya, llli.tlili-r, Kriilln, I lwr, Old
,i. re.. NuKiiiiiir f the 4IiiimI. Nre -lluiuli.
i'hrouti Hone l'lilii". pernianoutijr cured and
radicated from the syutuut fur life.
1 Ell I U U W J-osnni, Sexual Drcay, Men Utl
mil I'lmnicul Weakness, tittlnul jaruiory,
Weak l'.iji-s. Stunted Vtvrlopmcnt, Impnli-
nents to Mnrrlaye, etc., from exrrgrs or any
aunr. unreilihi. Hiifetti and vrlrntetu Cured.
Yniinir, M Uhlle-Avrd and Old men, and all
vlio neoil medical aklll and cxperlrncc, consult
lr. Itato nt oncn. i In opinion cost nothing, and may
avo iiiiuro misery ana Biiaine. nen iiieonveiiieni.
o visit inn city lor treatment, tneitinnescnn dp aent
'vorywhoro hv m.-ill or evnreiia i'rv flrnm oltavi
viltliin. jrlt iannlf-cvidentthat a lihysieian who
;ivea his whole at tention to a class of diseases ut
(ulna Ki'.-at aklll, and pliysicinna tlirouuhont the
:ouniry, KniwinMiii, ireiieniivreconiineniiiiimciiit
aaea to the OliloMt, Niiufliiilnl. hv whom every
known good rrmr.lv is used. ;rlr. Halo's
Ao and t'.xitrrirnvu mnlia Ilia opininn of au
premn Inmortuure. jTTIiobb who call ae no
one but tho line tor, t.'onanliatlnns free and aurrrdly
conllUcntliil. t'aaea which have failed in obtaining
reliof elsewhere, especially aolleited. Female Dia
easea treated, fall or write. Houra, from to 4
to Sundays, lO to IK. OUIuK lo lltALIU
BEMT FlIEK. Address as above, .
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: .NO. 7B OHIO LKVKK.
OFFICIAL FAfUK OF ALRX ANUEH CODNTY.
N'l lillKI) AT TUB CAIIlf) rObTOFFICK FOB
1 11 ANSM IHSION Til ROUOII THR MAII.8 AT
HKCUNU CI.AHS 11ATK8.
i.ENKRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
No littlo uneasiness prevailel on tUe
Levee for rlvuuI huurB yeaterJay, becauso
of tho mysterious iliuiij)cariiuc of Mr.
Holx rt IJuirJ, Jr., who is engaged in the
W. U. Teleraiili ofllce. It was believetl
that lie had acci'ientally fullen into the
rivvr and drotvned, as hi had left the office
to go down to the wharf; but "turned up"
finally alive and well, having been invol
untarily carried some distance down the
river by one of tho tugs.
A negro named Ed. Smith rushed into
the clothing store of Messrs. Mann & Bro.,
j'ist after the fr'ont doors had been opened
etrly Sunday morning, and while Mr. S.
Mann was attending to another negro who
may have been a pal of the first, snatching
up a coat from one of the piles near the
door, dashed out and up the street. Mr.
Mann followed and after a lively chase of
several squares', captured the yountr, rascal
and turned him over to Acting Jailor Mar
tin, lie was ex uuined yesterday by Mag
istrate Coming", held to bail in the sum of
t'-'OO and sent to tho County Jail for safe
keeping until the Circuit Court shall meet
The District Anniversary Association
of Southern Illinois Odd Fellows, will
hold its fourth annual celebration of the
introduction of Odd Fellowship into
America, at Murphysboro, on the 26th in
stant. It will be the sixty-fifth anniversary
of O ld Fellowship in this country. Ad
dre'ses wiil be delivered by Mayor An
drews and Mr. Hon. Geo. VT. Hill, of Mur
physbon; Hon. J. 0. Humphrey, of Spring-
fk'Ul, an l others. There will also bo a pa-
rvle of the uniformed Patriarch! in tha
forenoon and a banquet. II on. Geo. W.
Young, of Marion, is President of the asso-
tiut.on, and County Judge Robinson, of
tliH city, Vice President.
Conductor K;efe, of the St. Louis &
Cairo road, came near drowning in the
back wat'-r above the city on the Missis
sippi rivvr about 7 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, lie an i liis biggae mttn started in a
ca'ioc, fur wtnt of a better craft, to go to
Hodge's Purk fr m th" Cross levee, to get
to their tr.tin, and when they had gone a
short dLsti'ice a slight movement caused
the thing to turn over. The baggageman
held on to the canoe and floated down
stream, but Mr. Kiefe was left paddling in
the water. Fortuuttely ho reached a big
tree, which he caught and managed to
hold himself up until a c uple of negroes
came to his rescue with a skilT, and picked
him up just in time to save him, for he was
getting vry weak and benumbed witb
cold. The other unn was als nickeJ up.
Alderman Harry Walker has been at
home for several days, called here to con
sider a proposition made him for the pur
chase of his Theatre Comique. The propo
sition was made by Shelton & Catlet, of
the Senate Saloon, corner Thirteenth and
Commercial, and after due consideration
was accepted by Mr. Walker yesterday.
The new firm takes charge of the place im
mediately and will run them under the
management and direction of Mr. Walker
until the first of May, on which day he will
take final and full possession of the estab
lishment and conduct it in his own n ame
The business will be run as heretofore,
and probably before long some material
Improvements will be made in the theatre,
although it is even now a very attractive
little institution internally. The new man
agement may rest assurred of success if
they will conduct the institution with as
much care an 1 r.'gard for order as was
observed by the old, which, we are satitied,
A vthite man named Charles Totten
came near drowning in Lake Edwards Sun
day afternoon. He was not entirely sober
and was sitting in the stern of a skiff steer
iug it. He fell overboard backwards, and
at once sank like a rock out of sight.
About COO people who had been attracted
there by the races, saw the accident and
waited in breathless suspense for the reap
pearance of tho man ; but they waited in
vain for a minute or two, and then the
wildest alarm pervaded the multitude, and
cries of "man drowning" were heard from
hundreds of throats. Not less than two
dozen skiffs were in the water, all manned,
but everybody there seemed to be para
lyzedwondering why somebody didn't do
something to rescuo the man except one,
a young man named George Adson, who
was one of two others in a skiff about a
hundred yards away from where the man
went down. Adson ordered the rowers to
row the Bkiff toward the spot, while he di
vested himself of coat, hat and boots; and
when the boat arrived within a few yards
of where Totten went down about four
minutes before, Adson dove down head
first, and in a few seconds he came to the
surface ten ar fifteen yards from where he
went down, holding the limp form of Tot
ten in one arm and paddling toward the
skiff with the other. Holding onto the
rear of the skiff with one hand, he and the
nearly dead Totten were rowed ashore. To
young Adson is due the honor of saving a
human life at the risk of his own.
THE UAILY OA1RO HULLET1N:
THE ST. LOUIS & CAIRO ROAD.
The Voice of Randolph, published in
Sparta, a small town on the St. Louis &
Cairo road, in Randolph county, brings a
strong indictment against the road named,
the salient points of which are as follows:
"The St. Louis & Cairo Railroad, with
all its boasted advantages and increasing
capacity to accommodate the traveling pub
lie and afford transportation to the wants of
trade, is virtually killing Sparta and other
towns along its line, and will continue to
do so until the people relieve themselves
from the monopoly imposed, by building
competing lines of railway. This seems to
be the only way out of the difficulty our
manufacturing industries are laboring un
der. "In November, 1883, Mr. A. II. Burlin
gatno, plow manufacturer in Sparta, pur
chased a trip-hammer in Hamilton, Ohio,
weighing 5,500 pounds, and the freight
charges from that place to East St. Louis,
a distance of 301 miles, were $10.50, and
from East St. Louis to Sparta, a distance of
5-1 miles, including transfer, the freight
bill was 110.30, a difference of twenty
cents in favor of the St. Louis & Cairo
read. In point of fact, we may say, the
ost was the same on both routes. Now,
this is the condition of things not to be
disputed, and the case referred to is not an
isolated one; this freight monopoly exists
with everything else lumber, merchan
dise, grain and farm products of every de
scription. "The monopoly exercised by the St.
Louis & Cairo Railway Company is depopu
lating the heretofore prosperous towns
along the line of its franchise. The few
manufacturing establishments in Sparta
our people are straining every nerve to pre
serve and build up are daily sinking and
going out of existence because they cannot
compete with localities enjoying equalized
freight rates, rates placing them on an
equal basis with their neighbors and the
manufacturing facilitses of other less fa
The same indictment could no doubt be
found against nearly all other roads in the
country; but the fact will remain, while in
nearly all other things that pertain te the
management of this road, this company is
worse than most any other in this section
of country, in the matter of freight dis
crimination, it is just as bad as any of
them. The salvation of the St. Louis fc
Cairo Railroad will lie in the prompt re
moval of dickering lawyers from the high
est positions of authority in the company
lawyers who have no more idea of business,
particularly the railroad business than a
muley cow has of the tariff, and whose
very nature is to 'obstruct and oppose and
resist, rather than to facilitate and push
with intelligence and liberality. But for
the mulishness of these dickering lawyers,
me uttie trouble between this company
and the city ef Cairo would have been
settled years ago, and the road would have
proved a little bonanza for its owners and
for the country through which it passes, in.
stead of a perpetual aggravation and dis
appointment. As a sample of the policy which has gov.
erned the management of the road, and of
the shyster methods employed by the legal
numskulls who are at its head, in order to
evade just obligations and override common
equity, it may be mentioned that in one
police court alone in this city five claims
for destruction of property of citizens, in
which judgments had been rendered
against the company and in which there
was not a shadow of ground for a contest
on the part f the company, have been ap
pealed and carried from . one court to an
other in the 'hope of worrying the plain
tiu out oi trie case, ine claims in
all these cases were trival, comparatively,
and the costs in most of them will ultimate
ly amount to more than the sum sued for
But this niggardly policy has been ob
served in more important cases as well,
which has brought heavy losses upon the
company and gained for it the hearty con
tempt of those with whom they had deal
ings. It is because the city of Cairo, after
being swindled out two hundred thousand
dollars in stock and compelled to build a
fifty thousand-dollar new levee in place of
the old one which the railroad company had
promised to keep up and perraited to fall
into the river, refused to donate to tho
company perpetual protection of its prop
erty in the city, that the company has per
mitted its tracks to go to the devil every
year outside of the city, paying ten times
as much every year in the way of repairs
on tracks after the flood and losses by in
terruptionof traffic during the flood, as
would have been necessary to place their
tracks beyond the danger of destruction by
floods and given them communication with
this city all the year round.
In pursuit of this contemptible policy,
the managers'of the company have frequent
ly presumed upon the credulity and ignor
ance of those from whom they sought un
reasonable concessions; but in Cairo's case
they have so far been badly disappointed.
All unreasonable threats against the city,
either entirely impossible of accomplish
ment or, if accomplished, falling far short
of the end sought, have been made; and in
perfect harmony with these is the latest
threat to give Cairo the "dirty shake" as
tho southern termini of tho road, and to
seek connection with the Texas & St. Louis
road via Cape Girardeau, at a cost of sev
eral hundred thousand dollars, when the
flame object could be accomplished at
Cairo at an expenditure of ten thousand or
less might have been accomplished over
a year ago and by this time brought into
the company's pockets probably hundreds
of thousands of dollars, but for the mulish
ness ot the lawyersjaforesaidwho, by their
unreasonable demands, induced Col. Para
more to accept the more reasonable proposl
tion oi the enterprising, far-scting and son
eible Illinois Central, forming a fifty-year
TUESDAY MORXINU APRIL 1,
traffic contract with that company
Remove the shyster lawyers from the
head of the company; put in their places
men of brains, men of good business sense
and a spark of enterprise who will not
make themselves ridiculous by straddling
every mean technicality and, with the air
of an absolute modatch, vainly attempting
to override good senso, prsvate rights and
common equity, and in a sinle hour the
- a - -
little differences between the company and
this city, about which there has so much
dickering for years, will be adjusted upon
a basis of lairness to all concernod, and the
road will run into tho city in two days
after the water goes down, never again to
be interrupted by high water. Such men
would not waste valuable time and lose
thousands every year through tho interrup
tion of traffic by hijjh water, just well, for
no other reason than a balky Jmule has for
standing still when he has made up his
mind not to move. They would either
comply with reasonable demands from tho
city and come in on their right-of-way in
side the levee, or they would promptly ex
change this right-of-way for the one out
side which is entirely secured from the riv
er, and gain permanent and safe and unin
terrupted entrance to the city for the Bingle
and exclusive cost of raising their tracks
above high water mark, right where they
now lay. But a lawyer is only happy when
he is fighting somebody at law, and the
lawyers who ara running (?) the S'- Louis
& Cairo road, having been worsted in every
court in the State in their fight with the
city of Cairo, furnish a very vivid illustra
tion of that old "saw" about having a
damned fool for a client.
Mrs. Hannah Lame, wife of Charles
Lame, died yesterday evening a few min
utes before six o'clock, in the 73rd year of
Mrs. Lame has suffered greatly for tbe
past year and a half, and although her death
has been expected for weeks to occur at
auy time, the end came with a shock to
her family and friends such as death un
der any circumstance always brings.
Notice of the funeral will be given to
morrow. One of Mrs. CiirMu's letters, recently
published, throws some new light on
her personal habits. "I spend my life,"
she writes, "thinly in writing letters,
smoking cigarettes, and loving tho
devil out of a Yorkshire kitten, as cred
ible au account of one's self as my
husband's, anyhow, who spends his
life, he writes to me, 'eh icily in sleep
ing, ami di inking new milk under new
forms.' Very bilious work that, I
should sav; hiit everyone to his mind."
Tho late Wendell Phillips was not a
rich man, but he was in independent
circumstances, lie inherited consid
erable money from relatives, and ho
added to the sum quite materially Id
his lecturing days.
rjiUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, SI OO.OOO!
A General Banking Business
THOS. W. HALL1UAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BKOSS, President,
li. WELLS, Cashier.
I T. J.Kerth, Ass't cash
Ca!ro I WlUUm Kliite. .Cairo
milium W olf....
C.M Ostcrloh " I C. O. Fatter "
B, A. Uuuer " II. Wells
J. Y. Clemfon, Caledonia.;
A OE.N'EUAL BANKING BCSINBSS DONE.
Exchange told and boncht. Interest pulil it
the Savings Department. Collections made, and
all Dnsincss promptly attended to.
r I 53 M
u -X -
lodldoof Pota.ilnm t, one of the itrongeat ol the
Klnerali u-ed lu medicine, and has produced much
uflortng ln the world. Takea for a long time aSd
to lariTB rioros. ll driea up the eaatrlc. Inlcea. Im
pairs direr-Mori, tho stomach refuaee food, and the
patient declines in health and welnht Person
Willi Wood or .Skin I lseases should bo careful how
they take tlicso mineral poisons, as in most In.
stances the effect of them is to almost permanent
ly Impair the constitution. To take the place of
these poisons we offer you a safe, sure, prompt and
permanent relief from yonr troubles. (Swift's Spe
cific Is entirely a vegetable preparation, and it is
easy to convince you of Its merit.
I have cured permanently Blosd Taint In the
third generation hythe use or Swift's Specific, af
ter I hid most slgrallv failed with .Mercury and
Potash. F. A. TOO.MEK, M.D., Perry, (Ja.
A young man requests me to thank yon for his
euro of llliiod Poison by tbe use of Swift's Specific
after all other treatment had failed.
JOS. JACOBS, Druggist, Athens, Ga.
TRIED DOT 6PIUN08 TWO YEARS WITHOCT
Mercurial Rhcnnntism made rao a cripple. Af
ter trvlng the springs two year'', and ihe Mercury
and Potash treatment until I was a skeleton and
unable to do anything, I was pr vailed upon to
take a course of S. S. 8. After taking three bot
tles my anpetlte began to Improve, and I gained
flesh rapidly. When I had taken twelve bottles I
felt ss well as I ever did. It is now twelvemonths
since I took S. 8. 8. My health and appetite are
good, and I am able to attend to all the business I
can get. C11AS. BEKU,
HotSprlDgs, Jan. 1.18S3.
"l'CT ME SQUARE ON MY FEET."
Twelve months ago I was persuaded to try 8. 8.
8. for Malarial itheomatism, which had crippled
rue so that I was unable to attend to business,
Less thrtn twelve bottles have nnt me sipareon
my feet; have steadily Improved; haven't felt bet
ter In ten years. C. H.GUINN,
Hot Springs, Jan. 1,
Oar treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants. THE V1FT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 8. Atlanta, Ga.
N.Y. Office, 189 W. 8M St., bet. 8th & 7th Avea.
PciflN EVrf never
1 30 ONION SQUARE NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo, III
It Is a harmless vegetable syrup, very delirious to
the taste. Itelieves at once and Is a positive cure,
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
nre cured by this excellent remedy.
IHrectiont in ten language accompany trtry bottle.
AM, DISEASES OF THE rU-OOD, STOMACH,
I.lver, HnweN and Kidneys: fur all diseases origin,
ntlnv In tinfiii rriu'iil of the W.wkI, as A mini lu. Slek
lleailnehe, Nervousness, Keinnle Weakness, I.lver
t'inihiiiit, Dyspepsia, Jiiuiidiee, Iiiliimsuess and
Kidney Diseases, litis inedieine is absolutely sure.
This inedieine does lint eiuitnin auv iniiiviai', is ab
solutely vegetable, restores the bfood to a benltliy
roiulllloti, reuul nt I mi excesses and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevents disease.
IHrtctitM) in ten tunguagtt aceommny et try bottle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOR SALE BY ALL CRUQOISTS.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCIITJII,
Snocial Auts. in. this citv
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hift-heat Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
1 1 t BtTSi tnffrm.
Price 1. at druggist, or
di prepaia nymau, Sample
1 from Youth ml Impradenes, eansini 1
Werrons DebUiti, lisntal and PhytH
, sal Wsakaeaa,. Valuable informatloa ,
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' nice, light and nleacant work at thaisnwn
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reply. Ploiise address Unliable Mfg. Co.. Phila.
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7 Great Monarchies
OF TIIE ANCIENT EASTERN WORLD. By
Kawllnson. Three largo volumes, over 7m Fi
Illustrations. Price reduced from $1H to li v.
sold by dealers. Books sent for examination' be
fore payment, on evidence of eood faith. Sped-
mi'tl Taiffit unit litrd ntnlnii.. f. .
JOHN H. ALOES, Fublidhor, U Vftioy St., New
on James BlverVa., In a north
ern settlement. Illustrated cir-
.nld. I r. ... T C Xt vr.r. .
An Only Daughter Cured of Consump
tion. hnrdntt .h "i?" ''""f'r expected, all remedies
1?h ,Bh mled- i H J""1" experimenting
with the many herbs of Calcutta, he accidentally
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