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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Ilronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cinicnt Consumption and for the re-
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease, I or Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
A SPECIFIC FOR
LW EPILEPSY. SPASMS,
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DUNCE, AICH3H0LISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILID,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HE&GACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
DGT$1.50 per bottle TO
For trailmotiials and circulars send stamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
C rcacyli, 2.1a. (11)
Correspondence freviy unemrcd by PbvBiuuiiS.
hold by all Druggist.
Lor', "tiinici.b'irli A Co., A.M. , Ct.'o.co, 1.1.
IX2S GSSAT BLOSD EuP-irilS!
Liver and Kictac-j JlciiicJy,
Compounded from the wll known
Curative Horn, M.i't, Iiiii'liu, .Van-
drake. Dandelion. fttntaiariliu ('a
cara Sas'raMa, etc., combined with an
arnx'nlile Aronmti't t.ltx r.
THE'f CU?.E BYSPETSIA & EKGESTICX,
Art upon the I..Ttr tud Kidneys,
REGULATE THE BOWELS, I
Thy cur Rheumatism, anil all Uri
nary troubles. They ln ii'onite,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Nervous Pystem.
A a Tonlo they ria.e no Equal.
Tike none but Hops and Milt Dituri.
FCR SALE B . ALL CEALF.RS.
Hops and Malt 3itters Co.
Blck Heartache and relieve all the troubles Incl.
dent to a bilious state of the system, such as lus
tiness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating,
Pain in the Side, Ac. While, their moat remark,
able succesa has been shown In curing
Tleadarhp.Trt Carfcr'sLlttlc Liver Pills are ecm ally
valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorder of the stomach, stimulate the liver
ud regulate tlio bowels. Even if they only cured
Ache f hry vrnnld be almost r ricclcss to those who
sutler from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their coodncssdoe not end here, and tuoso
who onco try them will find these little nilU vnln
ahle In so many ways that they willnot be willing
to do without them, liut after all sick bad
Is thcfcirno of so many lives that hero is where we
make our preut Loiut. Our pills euro It whilo
Others do not. ,, .
Carter's Littlo Liver Tills ore very small and
rcry easy to take, Onarr two pills make a dose.
They aro strictly vegetable and do not pipe or
puree, but by their pent le action plcsseallwho
iiscthom. In vials nt 25 cents: five for fl. bold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO . pwYork.
Causes no P.un.
Gives Jfclicf at
cure. Not a Li
quid or Snuff. Ap
pled witli flnjrcr. (live it a Trial.
60 cents, at druggist. 9) conts by limit register
ed. Send for circular,
ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owogo,N,Y.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 73 OHIO LKVEE.
OFFICIAL. PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
KN'l E1IKII AT TUB CAIB.0 I'OSTOFKICB FOR
IHANHMIHSION THROUGH THE MAILS AT
SKC'O.NO CLASS. HATES.
GKNKItAL LOCAL ITEMS.
A lurge quantity of.stuel rails have ar
rived here for the Texts & St. Louis Rail
road, which will be laid as soon as the
wuti'r eli al 1 have trme dowo enough to per
mit it. It id thought that the rottd will be
open again by Friday or sooner.
Sumo cue broke into Mr. Pete Saup's
store, on Ohio levee, Monday nijht, and
stole eighty-five cent9 in money from the
till and some tobacco trom the shelf. En
trance wa3 gained by the rear door, out of
which a glass was fust broken and then
the fastenings removed. The burglar "yot."
Ab"ut noon yesterdiy Sergeant W. II.
IUy give warning of the approach of a
storm of about forty five miles per hoar
some time during the afternoon. The
storm cam about 7 :30 o'clock at night,
lasting for nearly an hour and blowing in
gusts with considerable force, but doing no
damage so far ai could be learned last
Cap. J. 0. D. Knight is enlarging his
office room in the Custom House, taking
in another room back of those he has so
far occupied. An arched doorway is being
cut throu.jh the wall so as to connect the
a Iditional room with the otbtra. This has
been found necessary so as to arconimo
da'e the lanre clerical business of the
tillicf. It is understood als th.it th office
force will goo n be increased by several
mm, or probably only replaced at wbat it
wan before operations at Plum Point were
interrupted by high water.
Til': H:J Gnus Society, at it3 meeting
at Temperance Hall M m lay niht, elected
Ii;v. J. A. Sstrrrt, ' Pred lent; Mr. II. II.
Candee, Vice President; Mi.-s U:ttie Kors
tiieyer, Secrehr;-, and Cap?. N. B. Thistle
wotd, Tretsurtr. The permanent organi
zvion was nit completed, however, and
heare the aHj mrnraent till next Monday
night, when the several important commit
tees w i 1 be appointed. Rector Davenport's
allpss before the meeting last Monday
nigh', is spoken of by those who heard it
n.i a very tine on'', tlab inte, yet concise,
elegant in diction, fluently delivered. It
vim lis'etied li with wrapt ntteniion by all
present, and leftjhcm fully informed upon
the subject and (trongly iuipre-sed with
the importance of orgauizitioi here, under
the banner of the R:d Cross.
II m. W. S. Rigers was in the city yes
terday on business connected with the
river improvement at Piurn Point. He is
grooming Hon. Geo. V. Smith, of Mur
physboro, for Congress against Capt.
Thomas, and swears that Mr. Smith will
be the next Republican candidate for Con
gress trom this district. But Mr. Rogers
must be mistaken about that, for a gentle
man stated in our presence last night that he
heard Capt. Thomas say, when here Mon
day, that ii e would be his own successor,
a? least so fit as the candidacy was con
cerned. But while these gentlemen are
di-puting as to who shall be nominated,
the Democrats are entirely at ease as to
who shall be elected, firmly believing, and
with g Hid reason, too, that the next Con
gressman will be a good Democrat from
somewliere in the district.
The plans and specifications for the
new Mirine Hospital buildings here were
received by Mr. Charles Brush Monday,
and in another column appears an adver
tisement fur proposals to 'furnish material
and work for the imnie liato construction
of the buildings. There are to be six
buildings in all, two of brick and four of
frame. The executive building will be of
brick, forty-six feet square, two 6tories and
basement. The kitchen and laundry will
be of brick, sixty-nine feet long, twenty
two fett wide, two stories and basement.
Two wards will be of frame, each one
hunrJrd and eight feet long, thirty-five
feet wide, with two wings at rear end one
story above basement. The surgeon's
house will be of frame, forty-four feet
square, two stories and basement, with an
L for kitchen, etc., twenty by forty feet.
Stable will bo of frame, one story and
twenty-one by forty-four feet. The build
ings will bo put up according to the best
plans and furnished with everything needed.
The wards will have roof ventilation. As
may be seen from the advertisement re
ferred to, the bids will be opened on the
28th instant, and soon after that date work
Upwards of twenty leading white Re
publicans called upon Chairman Hughes,
of the County Republican Central Com
mittee Monday, and unanimously requested
him to call a meeting of the committee for
to-morrow, to rescind the'order for holding
primaries on the 17th of May, for a second
convention on the 24th. Strong reasons
were t.ff-red for the requested action, and
Mr. Hughes agreed to call the committee
together for the purpose of considering the
proposition. It is understood that if all
the committeemen are present at the meet
ing, the call will be very promptly with
drawn and the convention of Saturday next
will be permitted to select delegates to the
State, Senatorial and Congressional Con
Tentions, as was at first intended it,
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINi APRIL 2, 1834.
should. But it may be that for reasons
that might be mentioned in advance,
thsro will be several absentees, which will
produce a preponderance of those who
hanker for another chance to "down"
Thomas in this campaign, and tint
the request will bo refused by
the committee. Should this be
the case, the convention of next Saturday
would be lacking in ruanhood if it did not
entirely ignore the call far the second pri
maries, and proceed without any ceremony
to select delegates to all tho other conven
tions. There is a very reasonable doubt of
the propriety of the call issued by the Re
publican County Central Committee, at its
meeting Saturday night, for the primaries
of May 17th, at which delegates are to be
selected for a second county convention to
be held May 24th to select delegates to the
Congressional and Senaterial Conventions,
"and transact any other business that may
properly come up before the convention."
It is a fact that will not admit of denial,
that, had the Bill Scott horde carried the pri
maries of last Saturday, instead of being
disastrously routed, so that the County Con
vention would have been assuredly a Bill
Scott convention, the csll for a second
county convention would not have been is
sued at all, and the convention of next Sat
urday would have been permitted to select
delegates, not only to the State, but also to
the Congressional and Senatorial Conven
tions. But the Bill Scett men saw that the
primaries of Saturday were lost to them,
and that if the convention of next Satur
day were permitted to appoint all the dele
gates, the Congressional delegates would
certainly be instructed for Capt. Thomas.
In this dilemma they saw the necessity of
resorting to another trick iu order, at least,
to postpone the threatened calamity and
give them another chance for victory. The
city members of the Central Committee
were hastily called together late Saturday
night; nearly all responded, but of the
whole committee there was but a fraction
present, and the country members had not
even been notified of the intended meeting
But this fraction met and acted as though
the whole committee had been regularjy
called together, issuing the call for the pri
maries of the 17th of May to select dele
gates to a second county convention, to do
what it waj generally understood the first
should do and what it could have done
just as well. Such gross informality ought
to invalidate the call, and in the minds of
men who have no prejudice cither way, it
does. The convention of next Saturday
would be justified in ignoring the call en
tirely and determining for itself whether
it will select delegates to all the conven
tions or only to the State Convention
There was certainly no other reason In or
dering another county convention, than to
afford the anti-Thomasites another chance
for victory in tho primaries, even at the
needless cost of much trouble and valuable
time, to the people in all parts of the
The wealthiest and leading Chinese
merchants of the Pacific Slope recommend
St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-conqueror, to
their countrymen at large.
The funeral of Mrs. Charles Lame will
take place at 1 o'clock from her late resi
dence to-day, and proceed to the Methodist
Church, from thence to Beech Ridge.
The friends ef the family are cordially
invited, and especially the "Daughters of
W. K. Laxbdin, river editor of Phb BriLETin
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower'a European Hotel. No. 73 Ohio levee.
The river is now on the decline, and we
hope may soon go (down low enough to al
low us to dispose of our winter's stock of
siepe water, as we want to make room for
The Jas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati passed
down for Memphis last night. She had a
good trip; discharged and added consider
able freight here.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
will report here early this morning for Cin
cinnati. The Mary nouston from Cincinnati is
due to-night for New Orleans.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneetown.
The City of Cairo is due to-night from
St. Louis for Vicksburg.
Capt. Hiram Hill is in the city and ex
pects to leave again this week, to go to the
wreck of the Carrier.
We received a mess of greens and a "hog
jowl" from home yesterday as a birthday
present, and to-day we will have a regular
old-fashioned Kentucky dinner as a des
sert; hoe-cake and buttermilk will be
served. No cards.
Get your quarters ready for the circus on
The W. H. Cherry from Nashville is
due to-morrow morning.
The fine electric light steamer Ohio is
due to-morrow morning from Memphis for
The Iron Mountain Railroad, running
out from Cairo, will be able to resume
business by the last of this week.
Many London ladies crop their hair
short and wear an almost entire wig, and
consequently catch cold more frequently
than their American cousins, but ot course
they all use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
for every fotra of
SKIN AND BLOOD
Pimplo8 to Scrofula.
rrO CIEASSK THi fiKiN, Hcalp and Blood of
- Iichln, Hra'y, Pimply, Copper Colored. Scro
fulous, Inherited, and Contagious Humors, Blood
PoNons L'lrers, Abscesses ud Iufantllo fkln Tor
tures, mo cuTiecHA Kemkuik are Infallible.
f'lTlri'u. Uliiil'... k.. ....... m i
Diurvtic. aud Apurlent, expels disease germs from
tbe blood and perspiration, andl thus removes be
cause, ( utlrura, the great hkln Cure, Instantly
allays Itching and Inflammation, clears the Ukin
and calp, heals Ulcers and Mores, restores the
Complexion. Cuticura Ho:ip, an exquisite t?kln
Ileaiit.flfr and Toilet Requisite, Is Indispensable
In treating skit d;seases, and for rough, chapped,
or greasy skoi, b ackheads, blotches, and haby
humors. Cuticura Henedle. aro the only Infallible
ui.'un yiunners una sgtn neaatiners
('HA. llfiniltT.tM L'u.. lutm.,.iB til k.a...
Boston, report case of Sail Kh -am under his
observation for ten years, which covered the pa
tient's hoily and limb, and tn whirh nil known
method- of treatment had been applied without
heaefli, which was complete! cured solely by the
ilcura Itetnedies. leaving a clean and healthy
Mr. and .Miw. Kvrhktt Stkhhin.. Krtlchera-
town, Ma-s., write: our little b iv wa terribly
amictecl wnn Scr fula, Salt Kheum, and Eryslpe
la ever slnre h was born, and nothing we could
give helped him until we tried Cuticura Remedies,
which gradually cured him, until he is as fair as
H K. Cahpetkr It.
PS'irlanis or Leprosy, of twenty years, standing,
by Cutlcnra Kemediea. Tim most wonHnrful cure
n record. A du.timnful of seal- from him dallv.
I hysicansand his friends thought ho must d'.
Cure sworn to before a J istlce of the peace and
nciiu:ruu i moi prominent citizens
Mill S K. U'HII'1'1 H IWAtllF III uirlliL t h lit
her face, head, and some pa ts of her body were
a most raw. Head covered with scabs and sores.
Suffered fiarlnily and tried everything. Perma
nently cured by the Cuticura Remedies from a
Hold everywhere. Prlee: Cntlcnra. SO cents; Tta
solvent, fl (0; S 'ap, 8.', cents . Pottek Dltt'O AND
Uievu al In., Boston. Mats.
Send for "How to Cure .kin Dlsoases."
SAXFORD'S RADICAL CURE
The Great Balsamic Distillation of
Witch-Hazel American Pine, Cana
dian Fir, Slaiig-old, Clover
For the Immediate Re'ief and Peimanont Cure of
svery ro:m of ''atarrh, fr .tn a Simple Head ( o'd or
Inrlui nza to the Loss of Smell, Taste, and Hearing,
Cough, llroiicuitis. and Incipient Consumption.
Relief in five minutes in any and every case. Noth
ing like it. O ateful. fragrant, wholesome. Cure
begins trom first application, and is rapid, radical,
permanent, and never fading,
line bottle Radical Cure, oue boi f'atharral Sol
vent and Sanford'a Inhaler, all In one package,
forming a ro-nplete treatment, of all druggist, for
f I A sit for sanford e Radical Cure. Putter
Litre and Chemical Co.. Boston.
L'oliln's Voltaic Llectric Plas-
f 1 RI&9 ter Instantly affects the Nerv
1 IS 19 B Il on. System and banishes
V-rJ&aMlM ,. A m, feet Electric Hat.
tery combined with a Porous
Piaster for iT, cts. I annihi
lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
IS THE CUT
Worn Out Parts, strei.uthens
'I l'eU .M ireiep, prevents D. sense, and does nioie In
une-hall the time than any other plaster in the
worm, soia every wnere.
The llegnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
I1ENRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
GEORGE JOBEs, Clerk.
Leaves P.ldacah forCiro daily runndav erepnt.
cu; ai o a. in., ana .uouna ntv at l p. m. Ketarn
Ing. Icavet Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at S p m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Padncah, Smithland. Dversbnre. Eddvville.
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
a& B. S. RHEA.
J. S. TYNKR Master.
GEO. JOBES Clcrs.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHERRY.
WM. 8TRONO Muster.
FELIX GRASTY -..Clerk.
, v.i j i i uuy hum mil k ni iu u tiut, matt-
tlirr (ISA mni1rlinna lit VnaK.rlll.i tar.it. th T
T. ST: nUOFU TT'..,. mnsnlnn a in a.U.U
- .......... i wi.e hi. nariuiiit; tiiiu IUU 1 . Ut
N . R. It. and N. & C H H. for all points south.
im mo e pper iumoTianu racget Co., ror all
points for the 1'pper Cumberland. For freight or
IiaSS'ltte. CJU'.V on hoard nr In W. F l.mnliHIn
In the blood is apt to show Itself in the Rnrtnm
and nature should by all means be as sis ed In
throwing it off. Swift's Specific does this effective
ly. It is a purely vegetable, noo-pol.onous rem
edy, which helps nature to force ail the poison or
taint out through tho pores of tbe skin.
Mr. Robert A. Easlev, of Dickson, Tenn., writes
under date of March 10, 1884: "I had chills and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three years, so
that f was not able to attend to my business; bad
tred almost every kind of medicine, and f nnd
no reMef A friend recommended Swift's Specific.
I tried one bottle and my health began to improve.
I continued u til I had taken six bottles, and It
has set me on my feet, as sound and as well at
ever. I recommend it to all similarly ttUlcted."
Letters from twentv-thme (i'Unf tho lemllno
tall druggists of Atlanta say, un' er date March 24,
18M: "We sell more of Swift's Specific than any
other one remedy, and three to ten times as much
as any other b;ood medicine. We sell It to all
clas es, and many of the best families nse It as a
general health tonic."
I am sure that Swift's Rpociflc saved my life. I
was terribly D'dsoned with malaria, and wr fflvpn
up to die. Swift's Specific relieved mo prompllv
and entirely, 1 think It the greatest remedy of
C. Q. HPKXCER,
Sup't (las Works, Rome, Oa.
I Dava known and used Swift's SditIHc far mora
than twenty years, and have sjen mere wonderful
results from us use than from any rem dy tn or
out nf the Pharmacopoeia. It Is a certain and sure
antidote to ail sorts or liloorl 1'oison.
J. DICKSON SMITtl. M D.
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants,
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
N. Y. Oftlce, 159 W. aid St., bet. 6th 4 7th Av.
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Illustrations. Price reduced from aid to SI Not
sold by dealers. Hooks sent for ex, mlnatlonbe
fore payment, on evidence of pood faith. Speci
men pajfe and large catalogue free.
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York. P.O. Box I -".'7.
on James Plver Vs., In a north,
ern settlement. l)lnstratH ri..
Pnla, Una .TV VI . XT f 1 .
An Only Danghter Cured of Consump
tion. When death was hourly etpected, all remedies
having failed. Dr H J,lnu., wa. experimenting
with the many herbs .f ( a eutta, ho accidentally
made a preparation which cured his only child of
Consumption. Hi child Is now in this country,
and enjoying the best of health He has proved to
tne wriu that Consumption cac bo positively and
Le,r.m1nenlW ?nre(i; Th" rtoc,or now gives this re
ceipt tree, only asking two si-cent stamps to pay
expenses. This Herb also cures Nttht Sweats
Nausea at the Stomach, and wi,lreak up a f ",h
c'?, '" twenty.for hoars. Address CRADlJOCK
CO.. I,ti3i ltco Street, Philadelphia, naming
All of the best, beta new and old. Plants, Tnwn,
ines. Seeds. o.. by mail, a specialty. .Su.aertiuJ
fuaront-d. 00 ehoice,cheap, X 1 Sets.fuiexample:
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standing have been cured. Imleeil. .OBtrnnK is my
f.iit li in ita efficacy, that I will send TWO KoTTI.fcS
KRKE.toiiettierwitha VALUABLE TKEATISKon
this dneass, to any snfferer. tiive einrens and V. X
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Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and Physical De
bility. Premature Decline in Man, Errors of
x oui n, and untold miser es ri,nltin fr.uii in.1l..
cretion or excesses A hook Tor every man, young,
middle-aged aud old. Itcon'alns 125 prescriptions
'i oiuiu inu curouic uiseases, eacu one ot
which Is Invaluabte. ho found ny tho Author,
whose experience for ) years is such as probably
ut .cr oeiere tun to me lot or any puyslclan. DUO
naes. bound In hPMiitiful Vi... tl i n tn M al 1 n n m Vina .
sed covers, fill gilt, guaranteed to be a filler work
in o.'.ry oeuoB ineenanici, literary ana profes
sional than any other work sold In this country
for $ 50. or the money will be refunded In every
Instance. Price ouly Jl.lXi by nidi, post paid.
Illustrative earn le 8 cents. Send now. Gold
medal aw.rded the author by the Natliv al Medical
Association, to the i dicers ef which he r fers.
This boos, should be read by the young for In
st' uction, and by the afflict' u for relief. It will
beneiit all. London Lancet,
There is no member of society to whom this
book will not be useful, whether youth, parent
guardian, instrnctor or . lerg man Argonaut.
Address the Peabody Medical Institute, or Dr,
W. U. Parker, No. 4 Biilttncl Street. B iston,
Mass., who may bo consulted on all dlsi ases re
quiring skill and experience. Ch'onic and obstl
nate diseases that have baffled TT1? K T the
skill of all o her physicians a IlVjiXlj spe
cialty. Such treated sue- riI I V"C I.'' T
cessfully without an InBt- X J J. X OLLti?
CURE ABSOLUTELY CURES
SALT RHEfM, ECZEMA. SCROFULA, SCALD
Ili'iul, Krysipidns, Tetter, Hives, iHindmrT. Ilarlwr's
Inh, riinples, stini!., Curbiini Us, 1 Unit 1'oisoning
and I'olnoiHil Wininils, Kiiigworui, Sunburn, and
all diseases ef the .skin. '
For I'iles, Wounds, Cuts, Ulcers or Sores, no
remedy la so prompt ill soothing mid healing as
I'aplllon Skin Cure. It does uot smart or buru.
Jimtium in ten lirngtiagei accompany twry frottt.
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE or CHRONIC COLD
lu tbe Uead, Rose Cold, Bronchial Catarrh and
Cleanses the nostrils, permit natural breathing,
ml prevents Incrustations, snullles ami neeilng.
It is a siievlllt' cure for Cold In the Head-n liuh
Is caused by sudden cbauge lu the atmosphere,
Dirtttimi in ten lanpuagtt accompany iry bvttU,
PAPILLON MFQ.CO., CHICACO.
rOB BALI BT ALL SBtJOOISTB.
For Sale by
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Soecial Acts. In this oitv