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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 10, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
I loarseness, Iironthitis.Crourj. Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption anl for the re-
liefof consumptive persons in advan
ced stages ot the Disease, t or sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents,
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY,
"Kid nay-Wort la the meat eueoeeeful remedy
Xeverused." Dr. P. C. Halloa, Monk ton, Vt.
"Kidncy-Wort Is always reliable."
Dr. K. N. Clara. Bo. Hero, Vfc,
"Kidney. Wort has euredmv tfe alter two years
auHerug." Dr. C. II. Bummerlin, Bun 11111, (ia,
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
it BMeued where all else had failed. J Ha mild,
butaffleunt, CEUTALB I.N 11 It ACTION, bat
harmless to all casea.
I iTJt alraaara the Blood aid Rtreagtheas and
s;l ee New l.lfe to all the important organa of
the body. 1 he natural action of the Kidneys is
restored. The Liver la cleansed of all duetts,
and the Bowels move freely and healthfully.
In this way the worst diseases are eradicated
from the system. a
run, u oo uqrrn ca drt, hlo it twewms.
Dry can be sect by mail.
jjw CELEBRATED 'J
rh kidnevs ant as ptirisVrs of tie blood, and
.en tielr futiftinn a-e luterf,rd with throogn
akue.e, they need tonlne. They become h"alih
Iv active hv the use of llostettfr's Miomsch
'le, when falling oh'rt of relu-t Irom otber
:rc.t This tiperb "timuUting tone al-o pre
ntii and arresia fever aud auu. cntlutin,
er romp's'n'. dypepula, rheumatism aud other
menm. I re it wiin repliant. .
i'or als bj all dru glsls and de ilers generally
L i.i i r
This porous (luster Is
famous for its quirk
and hearty action In
curing Lame Back,
fcrlek In the Back, Side or Hip, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints
And Muscles, Bore Chest, Kidney Troubles and all pains
K h ..(thnp 1,1ml or diu'D-sented. It Hoothes, Strength-
Ens and Stimulates the parts. The Ttrtues of hops com
Lined with gums-clean and ready to apply. Superior to
liniments, lotions and salves. Trice 116 cents or & for
11.00. Bold by drug
Cists end country
Ctoree. Hailed on re
telpt of price. Hop
f prietors, Boston, atass.
I V Thobest family pill made llawley's Stomach and
Liver Pills. Sfifl. l'lcanant In action ana eay to time.
'Whose debility, xhunated
powers, proiDMure aeriiy
and failure to perform life's
duties properly are caused by
excuanvft. errors of youth, etc.,
will llud a purfei't and lasting
rcntcriitiout.) rohnst hciillh
nnd Vlunmiie munhnnd In
.THE MAR3TON BQLUS.
Neiilier i,.in"ti druniiiUK nor
instruments. 'I histreotmeotof
5 2 ? o at W
CU3 ou2j z w
as 2 a
i S I I 355 -saw
tnocoRnful beennse Im.ed nn pcrfit dinirnnniiL
nrwund direct mrlhods and Kb-olutu thnr.
ouahnria, r'ull information and Treatise free,
Address OonsultinR I'hyslrlan of
MARST0N REME0YC0.,46W.14thSt New York.
The Daily Balletin.
OFFICIAL PAPEIt OK ALEXANDER COUN'Ty
KNTKHEU AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFKICB VOR
THAN8M1BHION THRtiUOIl THK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
The Texas and St. Louis Railroad be
gan mooing again yesterday morning from
Bird's Point clear through to the other end
of the line. The track was not much dam
aged by the latest high water. Both pas
senger aud freight trains are running as
Manager G. W. Davis, of the Cairo
Oil mills, will go to Memphis to stay BtTer.
manths on a visit. The mills will be
closed down during that time, and when
they are started up again next season some
important improvements will be made about
The New York Herald says the exten
sion of the tornado belt so early aa far
North as Kentucky, foreshadows a rapid
ad4ncr of the season. It says that excts
sive hi-at in the early morning hours is per
haps the popular warning of tornado breed
ng forces and should never go unheeded.
A letter of inquiry was received by
Chief Myers yaster Jay frcm Fern Creek,
Ky., concerning a young man named Prica
Covert, who disappeared from his home
about ten months ago an 1 was not heard
from since. His sister inquiries after him,
laying that she had reason to believe that
ha wa in this city not long ago.
Johnnie Feith died last night about
6:43 o'clock at the residence of his parents,
corner Eleventh Street and Washington
Avenue. lie bad been sick with dropy
since May of last year and had suffered
much during the time. He died very grad
ually and easily. He was in his twenty
seventh year. Funenl will probably ccur
There is a glxtmy outlook for the agri
cultural interests of the country. "Eli Per
kins," the monumental liar of the age, be
fore Paducah had been heard from, writes
that he has examined the growing wheat
crop in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illi
noj, Missouri and Kansas within the last
ten days, and is astonished and delighted
at the splendid outlook for a phenomenal
Springfield Register: "Hon. John II
Oberly thinks the State Convention
Peoria should select a caudidate for the
United States Senate. A series nf district
consultations will be inauguratad at Cairo
about Mav 20, an 1 Jefferson clubs will be
organized in each county. Should Carte
u. uarnson be nominated for governor,
he will make a thorough canvass of tbe
The clear, warm weatherof last week
caused spring work to open up with a rush
in southern Illinois, farmers have com
menced plowing for oats, and they say a
larger acreage will be sown this season
than has been for a number of years. They
seem to recognize the fact that there is more
clear money in oats at 30 cents than wheat
at 80 cents per bushel. The seasonable
weather of the past two or three weeks has
materially benefitted the growing wheat in
Yesterday forenoon Receiver Wood
ward, George B. Hibbtrd and General Pas-
soner Agent M. a. Jay, ot the lexis and
St. Louis Narrow-gauge, left for a thorough
tour of inspectiou over the road. While
here Col. Hibbar I said that he had just re
turned from an inspecting tour over the re-
ceutly submerged track and had found it
in such condition as to permit the first
train from the far S ut!i to puss over last
niijlit. "In another year," said Col. nib-
bard, tlie road-bed submerged this season
will be raised above any floods likely to
appeir, work to that end beginning early
in the summer. We are expecting a big
traffi: this year, over 200 cars even now be
ing enroutti to Cairo. Since the opening
of tho road we have only been able to run
trains sixty days all told. The interruption
was caused by floods, strikes, etc. We are
now on a better basis and will be able to
make a fine showing.1' This assurance
from Col. Ilibbard gives the flat denial to
the report staited by the St. Louis & Cairo
n. g. Company, to the effect that the Texas
and St. L mis would abandon Bird's Point
and Cairo, and meet it, the St. L. & C, at
Cafe Girdeau. The further report that the
abandonment of Cairo by the T. & St. L.
would causijthe removal ot the Oil mills,
is therefore, of course, also all stuff. Th
St. L. & C. people should do more and talk
less, aud they would probably accomplish
All the railroads at this point, except
ing the St. Louis and Cairo, are now run
ning again, and the latter will probably
also start up again in a few days. It will
probably be the last time that the flood
will interrupt traffic on the Iron Mountain
and Texas and St. Louis roads. The Illinois
Central took the lead in overcoming tbe
evil, by raising their tracks above the high
water line, building trestle where necessary
to give an outlet to the water, and reveting
tbe embankment with rock. It was a big
job, but the company is an enterprising one
and its enterprise has been amply rewarded
by uninterrupted through traffic when other
lines were cut off. The Mobile and Ohio
'followed suit" and took a similar "trick."
Its embankment between East Cairo and
Wickliffe is one continuous wall of atone
broken only occasionally by a Btretcb of
trestle work. Tbe Iron Mountain had be
gun to do the same when this latest freshet
overtook them and the work had to be tem
porarily abandoned. But it is to be finish
ed. The track from Bird's Point out will
be raised several feet, will be trestled over
the sloughs and the earth banks will be
protected on both sides by rock. Tbe Texas
and St. Louis do the same thing, which
will leave only the Wabash and the St.
Louis and Cairo to be heard from. The
Wabash is not troubled by ordinary floods
such as this last one, but its tracks are none
the less in need of rock nearly all along
between Olnistead and Cairo, and the first
law of nature would dictate the plentiful
use of rock on this stretch of road before
the next flood sets in. The St. Louis and
Cairo tracks are probably in not a bit worse
x than those of auy of tbe other companies
would be if similarly neglected. It would
probably only take one-tenth of the mouey
spent by the Illinois Central, judiciously
used, to place the St. Louis and Cairo
tracks, between Cairo and liodges Park,
upon a bank and upon trestle work, proper
ly protected by rock revetment, and insure
that road connection with this city all the
yearrot.nd. The road cou'd run just where it
does now exchangings it right of way inside
the levee for the one outside which is now
entirely secured from the river by the Gov
ernment work done there some years ago.
The St. Louis and Cairo Company will have
to show at least a little disposition to
preserve itself before it can gain any sym
pathy from this community and it must
show that it is able to take care of its own
property before it can even expect to be en
trusted with the care of that of others.
This company could build a rock embank
nient from Hodgs Park down as cheaply
as some of the other roads could build re
vetments, for it has the lose rock, ready for
use, almost touching its cars as they pass
by. Only the disposition and the Bpark of
energy are lacking.
It Will Pay You to end Six Cents for
For the magnificently illustrated catalogue
(Mitten- Uun1 red Illustrations) ot the
MEMORD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
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It contains illustrations and complete de
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Ifivou have never patronized this establish
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Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
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When is St. Louts, Call on Them. (
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and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
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at Bower's European Rotel. No. T2 Ohio levee.
STAGE J OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 41 feet 3 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, AprirO. River 8 feet 6
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, April 9 River 29 feet 3
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 9. River 10 feet
9 inches and falling.
Nashville, April 9 River 9 ft 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, April 0. River 6 feet 6 inch
es and falling.
8t Louis,lApril 9. River 28 ft 2 inch
es and rising.
The Belle of Shreveport from New Or
leans 0 days and 5 hours out arrived here
at 10 a. m. yesterday. She had a light
freight but a big passenger trip, was de
tained here about 6 hours repairing ma
chinery. Departed for Cincinnati at 4
The U. P. Schenck leaves here this morn
ing for New Orleans.
The City of Providence passed up for St.
Louis last evening.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night.
The City of St. Liuis from New Orleans
is due up this morning.
The W. II. Cherry will discharge 30,000
feet of lumber this morning for the Singer
Factery and leaves here on her return trip
for Nashville at 10 a. m. For passage rates
Bee W. F. Ltinbdin, agent.
Tho Hudson from Sc. Louis is due to
night for Paducah and Shawneetown.
The Andy Baum is the regular packet
this morning due for Cincinnati. Get your
tickets from Passenger Agent W. L. Lamb
din. The sipewater will have a "pressing invi
tation" to-day to take its leave as the sewers
will be opea.
Tbe tewboat Harry Brown from Memphis
arrived here at 0 p. m. yesterday. She had
nothing but a full birge in tow.
The Government steamer Minnetooka is
due this morning from Memphis.
Work is about to open up at Plum Point
Quite a number of men left here last night
and more will leave to day for tbe same
Tho Bolle of Shreveport has a round trip
excursion party made up for her at Cincin
nati when she came down again. The
Times-Democrat published In New Orleans
has a very nice card of thanks tendered by
the passengers of tho Shrevcpert on ber
asttrip to New Orleans, in which about
40 names are signed, expressing; the highes
regard for her officers and delight with the
trip in every respect.
The City of Baton Rouge from St. Louis
eaves here to-night for New Orleans.
We arc looking for our remittance from
the Louisana lottery.
Pres Byrnes returned on the Gus Fowler
yesterday. He has been rusticating up at
Paducah for a few days. Pres has got the
best of the boat blacks now as be wears a
pair of patient leathers.
A young girl in Philadelphia who for
three years has been a patient sufferer with
sore throat, has been effectually cured by
using Dr. uuiis tough Syrup.
No More Advertising for Him.
Mr. Jones," said tho reporter, "I
saw nu mlvertis'iiuent in a morning pa
per for the owner of an umbrella left
in your saloon to call and "
"That'll do. It's gone, ami you'd
better go, too," he suggestively added,
glaring; savagely at the reporter acrosi
"Great Jumping Joseph, will they
never stop coming?" he asked, turning;
to the young man at the end of tho bar.
"You are the fortieth man who has
called hero to-day about that misera
ble old cotton umbrella," he added,
addrossing the reporter. "There have
been men here to-day for that umbrel
la who were never in my placo before
lawyers, doctors, politicians, and di
vinity students. 111 never advertiso
another umbrella as long as I live," ho
said to the bartender. Philadelphia
Rev. G. II. Washington, Chestertown,
Kent Co., Md., hardly did juetice to him
self, through kindness toward one of his
flock, yet he has the satisfaction of know
ing that Athlophoros enabled him to act
the good Samaiitan s part, and he cheerful
ly writes: "Had two bottles of Athlopho
ros, which 1 intended using myself, but I
gave one to a lady member of ray church,
who was a great rheumatic sufferer. It did
ber so much good that I bad to part with
the otber bottle also."
Visitation of Providence.
They were talking of puns She
said: "When a man mado a pun he
was always proud of it; but when a
woman made one she had the grace to
bo ashamed of it.
He said: "Woman was justly asham
ed of her puns, for they were invari
ably wretched. A woman could semi
annually make a good pun, but she
had to put her whole mind to it, and
sometimes sit up all night to make it
work smoothly, while men could always
make first class puns offhand.
She said: "It was no such a thing.
She could make as good a pun on any
word as fast as any horrid man."
"Well," said the skeptical wretch,
"make a pun on horseshoe."
"If you talk until you'ro horseshoe
can t convince me, said the feeblo
And he died. La. Plata (Col.) Miner,
All kinds of pains and aches yield at
once to St. Jacobs Oil, the sovengn-cure
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaoo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Throat. iwelllng:. ftpralns, Braises,
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.Cairo I William Klute. .Cairo
William Wolf.... "
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Exchange sold and bought. Interett paid It
the Savings Department. Collections made and
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Clarkson & Bowers,
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KfGood Stock and Prices Rouonable.l
Is tbe season In which bad or Doloned blood It
moot apt to show itself. Na'aru, at this Juncture,
needs somethlUK to as 1st It in throwing off tbe im
purities which have collected ny the slanirlsh cir
culation of blood during tno cold wln'er months.
Swlft'i Sparine is nature's great helper, as it Is a
purely vegi table alterative and tonic
Rev. L. B Haine, Macon, Qa., wr loi: "We have
been uslne Swift' Specific at the Orphans' Home
as a remedy for blood complaint , and as a general
health tonic, ni have bad remarkable resulta
trom its use on the children and employees, of the
institution. It la such an etcellent tonic, and
keeps the blood so pure, that the system is lest
name to rneae. it hat cured aomu or our chil
dren of Scrofula.
W". 0. Gilbert, drujglst, Albany, Oa wrltea:
We are telling large a nan titles of Swift's S Decide
for a spring alterative and General health tonic.
and with the best results. Ilia cow largely used
at a preventive and enru far Malaria. There are
many remarkable evidences of its murlt in tblt
THE GREAT DRUG FIOUSE IN cniCAGO.
Wo do not helttfl to ay that fora year tast we
have told moruof Hwtfi'i Specific (S. S. .) than
II oilier uiooa farmers combined, and with most
aetonlsbing esn'te. One go itlemia who used a
alt dozen bottlet says It did h'm more g od than
treatmrat which cost him $1.0(i. A otber who
nted It for a Scrofulous al clion reports a perma
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UEOHQE JOBEa, Clerk.
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IHnetivu in rm tanguagti omrnipany nary toMt.
ALL DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. STOMACH,
Liver, llowelsand Kldnevs; fnr all diseases origin
ating In Impairment of the blood, as Anarnle, Sick
Headache, Nervousness, Female Weaknesses, Liver
Complaint, Dvspeiisla, Jaundice, Biliousness and
Kidney Disease, this medicine Is absolutely sun,
This medicine does not contain any mineral. Is ab
solutely vegetable, restores the blood to a healthy
condition, regulating excesses and supplying de
ficiencies, and prevent disease.
JHrtctiim in (en languagti accompany every Mitt,
PAPILLON MFC. CO.. CHICAGO.
FOB BALI BY ALL DHUOOISTe.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Snccial Asts. in this dtT
rk on Manhood