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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 3, 1884.
I .iim. iimii i m
the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
rseness, Dronchitis.Croup. Influ-
L Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-
.nt Lonsumption and for the re
; (consumptive rer:.ons in ad van
stages of the Disease. For Sale
V Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
kith and JHappiness.
p f? CO AS OTHERS
pOUT 5 HAVE DONE.
your Kidneys disordered?
iey Wurt hrougtit ms from iiiy kiv. uit
'lar 1 bad Imh-u iirelt Uli l.y 1.1 reft ilj.'tn Ill
" M. W. iMtraiu, kwluiuk, luiu, Mitii.
kre your nerves weak?
y w uit cured in from in rv.l; weakness
rl was tvt i xinw-K-i! t.. live."- J, . II. U. U
u,Ed. Chruttun Mtmltur Uer.iaudrO.
9 you Bright's Disease?
ey Vvor t r'ired pie when inv aler wan ln.t
kU and tiieo like blond."
t runic v. ilacrn, FeabOiy, Uasa.
uffering from Diabetes?
ii-T-Wort ilneitH-t mr .--sful rwne.lv I hire
hud. Gives almost limneili&t-i ri-llef."
Dr. I'luillp C. luuiuu, Muni ton, Yt,
3 you Liver Complaint?
pv-Vort cymi mo of chrouie Liver lriBeaaei
praved to die."
Auurj Vtard, lata 0A 5th Kat. Guard, Jf.T
bur Back lame and aching?
:y-w on, 'I L. jit I i urr-i jiiti alien 1 uw
had to red " t i f I '.I."
U. Jl. Titi..unT, llilwaulcee, U
J you Kidney Di.sease?
7- rv mit'ic ui f tun i in in r aji i iuiit"
art -f iiJii'v-.tiil i'.-if.rl; Jm wurih
L''-Sjiii iiixl,,', n, v. tart a.
tiro you Constipated?
ITavo you Malnria?
'T-Wort ba dorm Un-r Iran ny Other
ihAT tver uj rt In n y pcu iro. '
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Are you Bilious?
ey V, urt h ti 1 ne me inuo j, -sud than any
iuxly 1 h ire f-vrr Mk ii.M
lh. J. I. U-uiwayt Hi: l"Ut, Ortoa.
ryou tormented with Piles?
.i-r ort j(rnjinny curi ri.e ii iiixu.i.a'
r. w. r. K"i,rm rrHii!M';nJ.l it to in... "
, il. 11 rl, i. uLiii 11. Hank, Hyersiuwii, ra.
yoti Rheumatism racked ?
v.n cuicfl me. alter l wm. lov. n up w
niciai and 1 hml aufTt-n thirty yuan.'
LJbri-e Mulculu, Wttl bolli, ILuno.
rvdies, are you suffering?
Lnuuvtnir. naoy ir;Dn um arid rraite
Mr. U. Liuiurvaux, Isle La Uutk-, k
ou vrould Banish Disease
and gain Health, Take
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klilnev set as rufiSof" of the blond, and
heir fiincilnim are InU'rfr-red with tlirongn
o, tlioy need tntilnQ. They hor.ome health
ictlT hv the una of Iloetuttvr'i Hlomnch
, whim fulltnt' ntjnrf. or ruliui irom omur
ThtR I'inerh atltntilntliiK totilo aino nru-
and nrriim f. v r and h miu. cinKtlt)atlnn.
pmp atnt, dypvpHia, rUtuiiullem and other
us. L'nn u Willi re'iUinnt,.'.
aloby all dm Kit and donlrrii gt'iicrally.
A fk.tm.lt nmamlntlnn nt fin of lh
Mtaotcd and luccaiuirul piclallta In thoTT.H.
owrnlredl for thcrurnof Wmona DfMluih
Manhnmd, HofcM and I ooi. Heul
plaiu attaint onveluiwVaoa Drunglatacau Qll ii
Udrtn DR. WARD & CO., Louiataa, Ma.
The Daily Bulletin.
KViKltKO AT TUB CAIIIO rOBTOFFICK FOR
1 HANhMISHION TIIKOt'OU TUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The new filling on Coramurcial Avenuo
above Twentieth Street has been very much
durangwl by waves caused in the bipe
wnterby pasjing trains on the Wabash
road, ami at the council meeting Tuesday
night a resolution was passed,
at the inst.itico of Alderman Lan
caster, requiring the railroad compnny to
repair the damage done. The resolution
was amended at the suggestion of Alder
man Patier, so as to authorizu the street
committee toll ivo the easterly side of the
avenue Glled also.
General Superintendent Ilamilten, of
the St. L ruis & Cairo Narrow-gauge, issued
Tui sd'iy the following circular: "Mr. Geo.
II. Smith having resigned the position of
General Freight and Passenger Agent of
this company, the office is for the present
abolished. Mr. Robert Bell is to-day ap
pointed Assistant General Freight and
Pasncnger Agent. All communications re
lating to the business of these departments
should he addressed to him." Mr. Smith
has gonj to Chicago to assume the posi
tion of General Agent of the Ued Line in
Messrs. Lnuis LVMontcourt & Co., now
have charge of Copt. W. P. Halliday's.Box
an 1 Uuket Factory and Sawmills in this
city. Mr. lie Mon?court is an experienced
lumber worker, from Hickman, Ky., who
has made a fortune in the sawmill busi-
ni is. In other words, he Ins been success
ful, and succiss always implies a knowl
edge ot details and good judgment in the
management of that wherein it is attained.
Capt. HiUii'uy was probably induced to
turn this important ibstitution over to the
new nunneiiient in order that he might
give his attention more to his other multi-
fri"Us branches of business.
Ju le Win. II. Green, Coairman of the
C itigieision tl D-'m icntic Central Com
mittee, Ins cillel a meetiug ot the
committee for the 17th day of April,
at 2 :!ck p. in., at ptrlur A at The Halli
day in this city. Th? olject if the meet
ing will be to s-.-lect the time and place for
holding the Congressional Democratic Con
vention, which is to n iminate the next
Congressman for this district, to fix the
ratio of ri'prci'inUtion in ai 1 c (nvention,
and do any other business that may prwp
erly come before them," as Chairman
Hughes would put it. It is thought that
Hon. Jao. II. Obfrly, of Blooraiogton,
Chairman of the State Central Committee,
will be in atten lance at the meeting of our
Congressional Committee and address
those present up n matters of vital impor
tance to the party.
The permanent departure of Mr. J. II.
Mulcahey and family from this county,
spoken of in yesterday's Bulletin, has not
yet been positively decided upon, though it
is likely to be soon. Mr. M. has bought out
a 1 argn and prosperous business in Hot
Springs, left it in charge of competent
hands,, Mr. G. T. Whitlock, for one, and
has returned home. He will send Mrs.
Mulcahey down there awhile to see how
the climate and surroundings agree with
her, and if this experiment shall prove sat
isfactory, he will dispose of hi possessions
here and leave "for good." Mr. Mulcahey
came to this county in 1838, settling in
Sandusky -upon a small tract of land. By
industry and good judgment he soon be
came one of the prosperous farmers of our
county, and his public spirit made him a
leader among his neighbors in matters per
taining to the public welfare. He became
possessed of about five hundred acres of the
finest bottoms in the county, two hundred
acres of which was afterwards included in
the little town of Sandusky and laid off in
lots. He has also for a number of years
now been engaged in merchandising in
Sandusky, and was elected to the Board of
County Commissioners several years ago, in
which position he has rendered good ser
vice to the county. No county can lose
such citizens with indifference, and Alex
ander county certainly has none to spare.
There are several thousand acres of fine
farming land, all under cultivation, in this
county, which is overflowed every time the
river reaches about forty feet on the gauge
here, and which could be kept perfectly dry
by the expenditure of a paltry sum f
money for a levee. These are the farms of
Messrs. Mulcahey, Bradshaw, Fenton, Naw,
Fitzgerald and Greenly all fine farms and
profitable to the owners when the high
water does not interfere with their cultiva
tion ton much. The water that floods this
large tract of land comes in from the river
through a littlo slough probably two hun
dred feet wide, until the river here reaches
a height of about forty-eight feet, when, or
dinarily, the back water comes up from the
inland side of this tract of bottom farms.
It is estimated that a levee six or eight feet
high across the slough mentioned, strong
enough to keep the water out, would not
cost ever fifteen hundred dollars, and could
be built for almost nothing by the farmers
immediately interested, who all have teams
and some scrapers. The work would be
nearly all scraper-work, and the levee could
be finished in a week or two, without dis
commoding any of the farmers Interested.
If this levee had existed, the present swell
in the rivers would not have touched the
land of the gentlemen named, and they
could have been at work seeding their
farms instead of waiting In idleness until
the water shall have gone down five or six
feet and the land become dry again. Mr.
Jao. Gates, who has a farm in the same
neighborhood, has built a levee across a
similar slough on his land, and the water
never touches his land unless it rises higher
than what would be about forty-eight feet
on the gauge here.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean published
several days ago the substance of what it
gathered from letters written by all the
county clerks in this State,' with reference
to presidential preferences in their respec
tive counties and tho political outlook gen
erally; and here is the gist of the "sub
stance": "Neither party seems to be af
flicted with any elements of discord. Not a
single letter expresses any fear of trouble
on the temperance question, or any other
side issue. Local and personal quarrels
are referred to, if at all, as not likely to
stand in the way of success. In regard to
candidates, the Democrats seem to be of
one mind. Not a single county is reported
to be in favor of any other than the old
ticket, with Harrison for Governor, except
that St. Clair favors Morrison, if he has
any show. It is the old ticket first, last
and all the time. Letter after letter speaks
in the most positive way as regards the
Democratic preference. One would say
that Harrison would be nominated by ac
clamation and a delegation solid for the old
ticket sent to Chicago without the slightest
doubt. No such unanimity is expressed in
regard to Republican nominees. As for
Governor, a good word is spoken for both
Ogelsby and Hamilton, no Republican be
traying the slightest ill-feeling toward
either. As for President, the names most
favorably mentioned are Logan, Arthur,
Blaine, Edmunds and Lincoln, the latter
very frequently for Vice President ."
Mrs. Hannah R. Lam, who departed
this life Monday evening, at 0 o'clock, was
born in Philadelphia, Feb. 29th, 1812. In
very early life she united with the Metho
dist church, and was regarded by all of
her friends as a bright and shining light in
the Christian life. In 1834 she was united
in marriage to Mr. Charles Lame. She
was the mother of six children, two of
whom survive her, Mrs. E. C. Ford, of
Cairo, and William R. Lame of New York
City. In 18G4 Mrs. Lame removed with
her family to Cairo, uniting here with the
Methodist church a short time afterwards;
since then she was a tvoeunt
tendant at all the services, until De
cember a year ago, when s'.e was strick
en with the illness that resulted in her
death. For fifteen months her sufferings
have been great at times; at intervals, she
would rally and be able to be up and at
tend to her household duties. Her con
stant attendants have been her devoted hus
band and daughter. She also leaves a grandj
daughter, Miss Maud Burneti,to mourn her
loss, who had been under her care since a
little child, and now for the second time
has lost a mother. During Mrs. Lame's
last hours up to Sunday at midnight, she
sang her favorite hymns, repeated passages
of Bcripture and frequently prayed for her
loved ones. At 12, on Sunday night, she
told her son-in-law, Mr. Ford, to sit down
and rest, then sang "Jesus Lover of My
Soul." She immediately become uncon
scious until the last, dying without a strug
gle, so calm, that husband or daughter
could not perceive the last breath.
"Thy pale hinds are folded
0 beautiful saint.
On thy boiom so chilly and dew-wet,
And the smile of thy Upa
It as solemn and faint
As the beam of a Norland sunset."
Not a Particle..
Mr. Louis K. Hall, Washington, D. C,
states that he suffered agonizing tortures
and could hardly bend or straighten him
self. Two applications of St. Jacobs Oil,
the wonderful pain-cure, cured him and he
has not had a particle of the old pain since.
steamboats, as the high wind v, hich kept up
all day suspended navigation. Not a
single arrival. Several large tow-boats
were here wind bound.
Capt. Kimbrough, Mr. Jas. Johnson, en
gineer, and John Young, pilot, arrived
here via Short Line from St. Louis last
The Ohio from Memphis will report here
this evening for Cincinnati. See W. F.
Lambdin, Passenger Agent, and get tickets.
The Gus Fowler had to give in yesterday.
The wind was too much for her light con
stitution, although pretty tough. She had
to take a reserved seat for Wednesday's
windy performance, but she will come
The City of Cairo was detained by high
wind, but leaves early this morning for
The City of Vicksburg passed up for St.
Louis last night.
We never saw the likes for traveling
people as we did yesterday. About every
other man we met on the levee was com
plaining because the boats were all behind.
It is remarkably strange how this bap
pens just when tho boats are suspended;
but when the boats resume, they all want
to take the "keers."
The new Mary Houston is due this even
ing for New Orleans. She is one of the
most popular boats that floats the Ohio or
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville is due
to-day, and returns.
The Hudson from St. Louis will pass up
to-night for Shawneetown.l
Capt. Ed Murray of the dry docks, at
St. Louis, wa9 in the city yesterday on his
way to his old home at Paducah, where he
will locate permanently in tho milling and
The Ohio is falling all the way to Pitts
burg, and the Cumberland is m a regular
tumble. We will soon get shut of the
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A Commercial traveler named Elliott
representing the saddlery of Henry A.
Steinbach, Evansville, Ind., was a victim in
our Police Court the other day, on a charge
of selling goods without license. ITe first
solicited from the merchants , and then pro
ceeded to peddle out his samples on the
streets, at cost. Chief Myers being noti
fied by one of our saddlery merchants of
this fact, cellared the gentleman, intro
duced him to our justice, where the unfor
tunate drummer plead guilty and was fined
$15 and the trimmings. 8ympatdiz eh.
Pug dogs as pets have had their day
among the extremely fashionable, but colds
never go out of fashion, so that it is al
ways necessary to know that Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup is a sure cure for coughs and
W. F. Z.AMBDI, river editor o! Tn Bcllitiw
and steamboat passenger annt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job priatinK eollclted. Office
at Bower's Bnropean. Hotel. No. 74 Ohio levee.
even'ng. They left the Ella Kimbrough at
St. Louis, making preparations for a trip
up the Osage river. Capt. Kimbrough will
likely return to St. Louis to join his boat
the last of this week.
"Rough on Rats' is a familiar advertise
ment which has a largo circulation, and
yesterday was a day which was rough on
In the blood is apt to ihow Itself In the Spring,
nil nature anouid or "II menu be umi ed in
throwing it off. Hfclft'i Specldc does thU effective
ly, it is a purely vegetable, noo-poUouom rem
edy, which nelpi nature to force ail the polion or
taint out through the porea of the skin.
Mr. Robert A. Easley. of Dlckaon. Tenn.. writra
under date of March 10, 1881: "I bad chills and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three years, ao
that I was not able to attend to my business; bad
tr eu almost every Ulna or medicine, and T'Ond
no relief A friend recommended Swift's Specific.
tried one bottle and my health began to Improve,
continued m til t had taken six bottles, and it
has set me on my feet, as sound and as well as
ever. I recommend it to all similarly afflicted. "
Letters from twenty-three (ill of the leading ra.
tall drueriets of Atlanta say, un"er date March 24,
184: "We sell more of Swift's HoeciAc than an
other one remedy, and three to ten times as much
as any other b ond medicine. We sell It to all
clas ea, and many of the best families use It aa a
general health tonic."
I am sure that Swift's Sneclfic saved mv life. I
was terribly nnleont-d with malaria, and wolvn
np to die. 8wifl's Specific relieved me prompllv
and entirely. 1 think It the ercatett remedv nf
C. U. NFENCKK,
Sup't Gas Works, Home, Oa.
I bava known and need Swifl'a Specific for more
than twenty years, and have seen more wonderful
results from its use than from any rem dy in or
ont of the Pbarmacopo-ia. It is a certain and sure
antidote to all sorts of Riood Po'.on.
J. DICKSON SMITH. M. D.
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlaenana mallnd
froe to applicants.
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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
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This porous platter ia
absolutely Me- bat ever
made, combining tho
virtues of hops with
Drums, baisama and ex
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other plasters simply relieve. Crick in the Bock and
Keck, I'a:n in the Sule or Limbs, BUS Joints and 11 uncles,
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Bore Chest,
Affections or tho Heart and Liver, and all pains or aches
In any part cured iustontly by the Hop Plaster. IW Try
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Mailed on receipt of price. Bold br
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U 'V natter comrtanu.
lYi'or constipation, loss of appet.le and diseases of the)
owelstak TTawleT'n Stomaoh arid Liver Pills tS cents.
The Regular Cairo & Paducah Dy
Str. GUS FOWLER.
TIENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKGE JOBEa, Clerk.
Leaves Ptdncah for Cairo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m , and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.; Moand City at 9 p m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Paducah, Smithtand, Dycreburg, Fddyvllle,
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Association, to the . fllcers of which ho r fers.
This boo should be rend by tho young for Inst-
uctlon, and by the bill let 1 for relief. It will
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