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men panel free. NuT sold nt denh.ra -prio-i
too low. llooki for examination befor.- payment
on evidence of good faith.
JUU.N It. ALIIES, Pub;Uh:r.
P.O. box '.?J7. 1 Veney M Ne Vurk.
The Science of Life. OilifSI
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Exhausted Vitality. Ncrtons and l'fcylcal De
bllity. Pmmature 'Decllna in Man, Krror ol
Youth, and untoid aui ric rc-iulling Irom India
crellon or excenes A toolt for every Dmn, voun.'.
middle-aged and old. Itcon'ain lift pri -errlptiniit
it all acute and chronic din ..(, mch one ol
which la invaluabte. ho found ty the Anther,
w hole experience for V, yearn la nich an proliab'y
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Asf)Ciatlon, to the fflcert of which he refers.
This book shuold be ri-ad hr the young lor in
tructlon. and by The afflicted for rehet It w til
benefit all. London Lancet.
There la no momber ol society to whom this
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nate dUraeg that have haflled 1 1 1," I the
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QLOKOB 1IAKUI30N LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN cfe SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ni'.ni of nri(ical dleuoaea, and tlieeu.es of women
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oftice, Cairo, 111.
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IvM:. and Ninth Htreel
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Y. Pros" - .tVrn I William Klut-j. .Cslro
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J. Y. t'lemson, Caledonia.;
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Eschanjro sold anJ bonuht. tnfrost p'iM !i
the Savlnt'S ll.-pi.rttnet.t. Collcc'ioi:1 tuad-s and
a!i busTnesH promptly a'teriVd to.
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Plomhei, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commeifial Ave , let. Tenth and Ele
venth StrS ,
CA1KO. : : : ILL.
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Itirnished to order. C) d fixtures repaired and
jyJohbint! promptly attended to.
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CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOUNING MAY
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICKS:
Ft. bottom. Ft. itavu. Capacity Kal. Price.
0x8 1150 824.00
fi x i) UM) 2.00
7 x II 2000 32.00
7 x t) 2250 30.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
Theac tank are niadu of CLEAR CYPKKSS. li
Inches thiek, securely hooped and are WATbK
TlliHT. They are
Shipped wholoantl uro well braced
to pruveut their b inc racked or broken Id bund
ling. Litiiinte, furnUhed for
Tfinks of tiny Hizo.
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The Henlar Cairo & Padueah Daily
HENRY K. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOUO JOIiEs, Clerk.
earea P tducah forC ilro dally (Sunday except
d) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Hetarn
Li, leavet Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound City at 5 p.m.
fLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
ILyhogt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Put a Brand on Him.
"Women are a necessary evil," he said,
bringing down bis fist harl on the counter
to emphasize the heartless remark. It was
in the village store at West Milton, Sarato
ga County, ami the speaker was the central
figure of a group of bueholic ptii iod.phct s.
lie was homely, slovenly and sixty.
"There's where I diifur from you alto
gether," said Mr. George T. Grahtui, of
the same place. "Women are mostly what
men make 'em. When husbands are brutes
wives will fall into submission or make
home hot for the men; and they're unnatur
al in either character. Love them, and es
pecially be good to them when they're
sick, and you'll have no trouble. There's
my own wife, now. She's suffered a good
deal with dyspepsia, nervous prostration
and other ailments that took the bloom off
her cheeks and the spring out of her steps.
Well, she saw an advertisement of Pakk
eh's Tonic, and thought it would be just
the thing for her case. Gentlemen, I sent
five miles after a bottle. She took it. I
sent again after moro. So several times.
Trouble? Why, If you could sec how much
good it has done her you would say that
women are the greatest of God's blessings
and Pakkeh's Tonic is the next."
This preparation, which has been known
as Pakkeh's Ginoer To.ntc, will hereafter
be called simply Pakkeh's Tonic. Tins
change has been rendered necessary by sub
stitutes imposed upon their customers by
unprincipled dealers, under the name of
gineer; and as ginger is really an unimport
ant flavoring ingredient, we drop the mis;
There is nochange, however, in the prep
aration itself, and all bottles remaining in
the hands of dealers, wrapped under the
name of Parker's Ginger Tonic contain
the genuine medicine if the fac simile sig
nature of IIiscox & Co. is at the bottom of
the outside wrapper.
Thousands Hastened to their Graves!
Helying on testimonials written in vivid
elowiu: lautruaire or some miraculous
cures made by some largely pulled up doc
tor or patent uieilicine lias hastened thous
ands to their graves; believing in their al
most insane faith that the same miracle
will be performed on them, and that these
testimonials make the cures, while the so-
called medicine is all the time hastening
them to their trraves. We have avoided
publishing testimonials, as they do not
tnaKc ine cures, although we have
TUOCSANDS CPON THOUSANDS
of them, one of tho most wonderful cures,
voluntarily sent us. It is our medicine,
Hop Bitters that makes the cures. It h:is
never failed and never can. We will give
reference to any for any disease similar to
their own if desired, or will refer to anv
neighborhood in the known world but csn
show itscurqsby Hop Bitters.
A LOSINO JOKE.
A prominent physiciun of Pittsburg said
to a lady patient who was complaining of
her continued ill health, and of his inabili
ty to cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop
Bitters I" The lady took it in earnest and
used the Bitturp, from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
doctor for his juke, but he is not so well
pleased with it, as it cost him a good pa
tient. fees of doctors.
Tho lees of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in. We bc
lievo the schedule for visits is f J.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bud for n
year, and in need of- a daily visit, over
1 1,000 a year for medical attendand alone 1
And one bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time
would save the $1,000 and all the year's
a lady's W13R.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear
and soft ns yours," said a lady toiler friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired tho tlrnt lady.
"By using Hop Bitters that make pure,
rich blood ami blooming health. It did for
me as you observe."
OIVKN CP BY TTIB DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, ami cured by bo siinplo a
"I assure yon it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Eitters,
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
up and said ho must die, from Kidney and
Liver trouble 1"
The Daily Bulletin.
E l. Koehler is out on b'til, but young
Hayes is still in hock at Mound Cily. Both
wcro released under bond on Saturday, but
were almost iiuutedi itely re-amsti d under
a warrant sworu out by Mr. II. A. II luuon
who owned one of the cows. Ld. Micccedtd
in getting bail the second time. It id Biiid
that thu third cow belongs to a nigto
woman here who may swear out a thud
warrant; but it is nut likely that she will.
An effort has been ma lo to induce State's
Attorney Leek to take the cases of these
yot.ng men to this county, but Mr. Le-.k
very properly refused to do so.
Ava (III.) Journal: Through kindness
olCapt. Williams, Assistant General Agent
of the St. L. L C. It. l. at Cairo, we have
been furnished with a bill of faro of The
Halliday, of Cairo. Among the many good
things mentioned in their bill is 'Ava Min
eral Water.' The ILlli liy is tlx pride of
all Southern Illinois. The hotel is equal
to the best in its general arrangements in
the State. Tho Halliday 1ms received very
complimentary notices from distinguished
foreign travelers and authors who have
'done America' and published their travels
ou returning home. We feel that the Ava
Springs by this act of the proprietors of
The rialliday have been honored. We, at
the same time, feel confident that tho Ava
Mineral VYa'or will tutain its reputation of
being the best mineral wateis in uso
A young negro who was formerly em
ployed about the premises of Mr. Corlits
up town, has been caught in a very bold
trick by which he managed to live to smuo
extent after the manner of the lilies of the
valley. When employed in the Corliss
household, he was sect frequently to pur
chase the family groceries at Messrs Smith
Bro?. until his orders at tho store were fill
ed without question. te was discharged
sejeral months ago, but, probably from
sheer fjree of hibit rath?r from any dis
honest motive, he still continued to call
at the store for all manner of nice tilings
for tho palate, such as sardine3 and oysters
and canned fruits an 1 sugar-coated ginger
bread. Several times ho made it a point
to call for what he knew Messrs. Smith
Bros, did not have just then. "Mrs. Cor!L-8
could not wait for tin articles; she had to
havo it right away, and wouldn't Mr.
Smith give him tho money so that he could
buy it elsewhere and t ike it home." Upon
this and other pretexts he even obtained
money several times, which he doubtless
spent in the past time most popular among
African juvenile, "shooting craps." The
young man was getting along vety swim
mingly and wajrapidiy developing a strung
contempt for tho old fellow who invented
honesty and designated it',the best policy in
defiance of the pr-.ctices of a very large
proportion of humankind. And the young
man has not had much occasion to ch tngo
his mind about these m iral precepts. Sev
eral diys ago lis came to the store and got
potatoes "for Mrs. Corliss"; a little while
afterwards Mrs. Corliss came to the store
and also ordered potatoes and then there
was a little explanation and a little tableau,
which lead to rm examination
of the account, which, in turn,
developed the fact that the young negro
had "bought" about 20 worth of delicacies
for Mrs. Corliss, which Mrs. Corliss never
ordered and never got. Officer Mahanny
was notified, and the yuuug scape' grace
was found; but his parents pleaded elo
quently and persistency for mercy, and
offered to pay the amount in which he had
"confidenced"' the aggrieved. A comprom
ise was effected between those immediately
concerned, and thn young negro is incline J
to believe that dishonesty is not so very
dangerous a policy after all.
Epsilepsy Entirely Cured.
Prof. Irving B. Smith, of Pike, N. Y.,
makes tho following statement: "Samaritan
Nervine has entirely cured mo of epileptic
Stages of the Kiver.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at G p. ru. 23 feet S inches and fail
ing. Chattanooga, May 27. Kiver 4 feet 10
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, May 27. Hiver U feet 8
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 27. River 7 feet 2
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 27. Hiver -1 fi 8 inch
Pittsburg, May 27. River 3 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, May 27. River 17 ft 7 iuch-
cs and falling.
Extravagant claims for infeiior medi
cines are always sure to defeat the ends for
which they a.ro intended. It is only when
tho tfiicucy of a remedy has been tried and
proven that the manufacturer is justified in
pronouncing it an invincible specific. Mr.
V. Fergueon, of No. 2CG Hudson Street,
Buffalo, N. Y., adds his testimony to that
of hundreds of others whe n he writes, in
ordering a bottlo of Athlophoros, tho great
remcoy tor riienmntism nnd neuralgia: "I
find your medicine all you claim for it. I
am now able to gut anmnd ery cn,foita
hly." Offensive breath, bad tasto in mouth,
coated tongue, show torpid liv r and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Ph)sic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 23
cents. At all druggists. (8)
Hop Piasters arc clean, sweet and pleas
ant to ubc. Fresh Hops combined with
Ba!sam9 and Gums. Moro powerful than
any other porous plasters. 25 etc (12)
WO.MI'.N 151, ACKMA I MIKS.
How Tliry Hunt anil llnlian Tlicir
' in C'ii !.
"It is, perhaps, nn ungnllant thin
to say, but in New York, nnd largo
cities generally, bi-auty and blackmail
havo corun to bo associated to such tin
extent that the only Hafe-guard is for a
susceptible person to steer clear of
good-looking strangers altogether."
Tito speaker w its a veleran detective,
whose thirty odd years of active ser
vieohiid furnished n valuable experi
ence. "Docs it prevail to-day ns largely as
in former years?" ho was asked by tho
"Why. it has multiplied tremend
ously. You see it is a t ratio, this of
blackmailing, which cart only bo suc
cessfully plied in great populous cities,
ns tiiero is turn tho slightest possibility
"What nre tho favorite methods adopt
ed by this queer profession?"
"J ho necessity for constant chansro
of system, to avoid detection, drives
them to invent new tricks to often that
it is difficult to keep track of them.
One of tho latest, and the most novel,
I happened to hear of just a few days
ago. A beautiful girl sought employ
ment in a down-town business estab
lishment run by father and son. Well.
she contrived to entangle them both
nnd get up an escapade with tho son,
which in the end cost him a tidy sum
to settlo. Tho romantic fool, believ
in' he had rot a real treasure in his
darling K lith,' would make littlo ex
cursions around New York in her com
pany. Then sho persuaded him to
write her letters and furnish a fiat for
her personal and exclusive uso up
town. 'Then in stepped tho 'nialo
friend' of tho girl, art elderly ruffian,
whom sho introduced ns a special olli
cer, claiming to bo her father. Of
course, Romeo was only too glad to (lis-
gorge liberally on tho spot.
"A new and rather neat trick to en
trap is for a pretty blackmailer to en
ter a store where there aro a great
many clerks and salesm
in tin; stor; he plies all
arts upon her ciiosui
'II. Well, oneo
somo one' (K-ci.pving a
tive position, and who-e nrcumstances
sho has learned something about,) and,
engaging him in conversation, lets slip
some stray remark which she empha
sizes with her eyes. A vi.-it or two,
possibly a thealer or opera night, nnd
some lino day my lady sails into the
store like a Spanish frigate bent on
plunder. A Lurried talk" follows: the
man looks glum, but hands to the cn
snarer tho money she has demanded.
I once knew of tho case of a well
known editor in this city who was ta
ken in by a blackmailer. She was a
little widow frun J-rsey City, and sho
called upon him one day with a woeful
expression on her pretty girlish face
'.hat won his heart. By and by sho
dropped him a note, and ho foolishly
answered it. 'J in n she t, as a favor,
a couple of theater tickets, again n con
cert, ticket, and oilier similar courte
sies. These were invariably accompa
nied by a polite and somewhat gallant
ly worded little note from the editor.
On the strength of these, letters, and
with the all of a confederate, she ex
torted from 1dm over a thousand dol
lars wit Kin three month
"Js it invariably the case that either
the pn'iu'iiei.'s or allies in a blackmail
operation are women?"
"Almost always. 'Hey aro tho best
operators. Men .suspect men always;
they are fools i n.)iig;i never to suspect a
handsome woman, 'j Wo best allies of
thtr-craft are bogus deteelivcs and
blackmail lawyers. J in? former help
them to scare the victim into 'shelling
out,' while the latter, more adroit in
the art of financial phlebotomy, bleed
you by a gradual and lingering pro
cess tin !cr the color of law.
"Is there no menus, then, of defeat
ing such nefarious schemers?"
"Yes. if von have the grit to do it
which, unfortunately, very few people
have that is, to resist their first ap
proaches and hand them over to tho
jiolicc, braving all publicity. Thcro
is no other way."
. m ff.ii -
Mast a ml West.
An eastern man made a trip to tho
far west recently and at ono point he
waited an hour or two for a delayed
train, employing his time in walking
up an ! down the platform giving his
opinions on western customs.
"1 tell you what it is," ho said to a
strapping big fellow in a slouch hat
who had just arrived, "you western
people want more of the civilization of
the cast, and you want more eastern
people among you."
"Thet's wlnit another duffer from
New Yoriek said when ho landed
"Well, he was right."
"Wo tins didn't somehow think so,
"Of course you didn't, and that's
what's tho matter with you."
"Thet's whut tho other feller said."
"I'd liko to see that man onco and
shako his hand for the sake of pro
gross." "Ver can't do it, stranger; he's on
his way back to the startin' p'iut."
"You didn't scaro him away, did
"Not exactly, stranger; he's in town
y It. but he's ready to go when tho in
gine pulls out."
"Where is he? I want to seo him
and brace him up."
"All right, stranger, jist go right In
tho deepo thar, and ax tho boss ter let
yer see the man in thu long wooden
box. Mebbo yer kin see him, mebbo
yer can't; leastwise it ain't goin' to
hurt yer to try. If yer kin braco him
up its moro'n tho doctors could do, af
ter Long Legged Jim pulled on him
fur swearin' thet in the siverlied east
thar wuz live aces in the deck."
The eastern man's train cniuo along
just in time. MirchivU-Truvdcr.
A IWiml rindiaiicl.
"Ah," said the new reporter coming
lip to tho cily editor's desk "please
read this. You dhln't think I could
write poetry, did you?"
"Well, no, 1 was not aware of it,"
said tho cily editor, taking tho manu
script with a pair of tongs,
lie read it slowly, nnd tho reporter
broke in on his reflections:
"What do yon think now?"
"Ah ah well I'm moro of my
original opinion than ever." Merchant
The Ways of ilir MiinkoMan.
''Omio in here and I'll show you h
poini. lt' a good one and little kuown.
It's beat the best at 'fin."
Going into ii H'ivuto room at the rear
of the saloon, Mr. "Charmer"
Iv closed the door and bi'T.an
r.ghtiuciit in a low whisper.
"Vutl see," he begat), "it h In this
way. We are all silting at a lablo liko
this -ti.ut is, myself us proprietor of
the game, ihe si.eker and the stccror.
J iie sucker sits between us. Imaging
that the time has come when tho slick
er is obliged to pivo his check in pay
nient for his lo-ses. Tho stecror i3
very much grieved at seeing his friend
lose so much, but says it can't bo help
ed. I havo pen and ink on the tabio
and the sucker fills up a cheek. Ho
cither has a blank one in his pocket or I
furnish him with one. As soon as ho
has signed it I pick it up, look at it and
begin to fan it about to dry tho ink,
and blow on it. Now, thcro is a news
paper on the table folded liko a flatten
ed loi ter Z. In tho top fold a bogus
cheek bar already been placed, faco
upward. I pull the paper toward mo
to use as a blotter, slip in tho good
cheek in tho under fold, faco down
ward, and smooth tho paper with my
hand to blot it. Hero tho stecror takes
the sucker's attention off for a moment,
nnd quick as a wink tho newspaper is
turned over and tho dummy check
conies to tho bottom. Picking up tho
dummy chock, I hold it out with tho
back toward tho sucker and say, 'Now,
my dear sir, I suppose there is no
doubt but this is all right and will bo
paid?' -Of course it is all rirlit,' says
ho. 'Hold on,' says the stecrer, grab
bing the cheek out of niv hand and
beginning to tear it up, 'I'm eternally
blamed if my friend shall givo you that
check; he's lost enough; I won't seo it
done. Coino on out of hero,' ho says
to tho merchant, 'don't writo no moro
checks,' and he liing.s tho torn pieces
of the bogus chock in tho firo and drags
the sucker from the room. Of course I
make a great row until they aro gone,
and then I take the good check out of
tho newspaper and send it off to get it
cashed. The merchant onco out in tho
street thanks the stecrer for saving him,
shakes hands with him and invites him
to dine with him and spend tho even
ing, which he docs. Supposing tho
check h:us been destroyed, he, of course,
never tl:ink3 of notifying his bank, lie
is the most festive business man in
New York for a few days until ho is no
tified he has overdrawn his bank ac
count, and he is duinfouuded on in
quiry to find his check has risen from
tho ashes and has been cashed by
'naurhiy bunko men whom ho met in
v... i 'o.. 1 ii
DrinUine; While Mating.
Nature never intended for peoplo to
wash down their food while eating.
She has wisely placed salivary glands
at various places in our mouths; they
secrete a fluid for tho moisteninfjr.be-
sides a chemical action of tho food af
ter mastication. This gets tho food in
a suitable condition for swallowing.
Drinking every few minutes while eat
ing prevents the usual flow of saliva;
also it washes it down before it can
have a chemical action on certain por
tions of the food. One of the most per
nicious habits to health is drinking sev
eral glasses of water while eating; hot
ter drink warm drinks. Thu stomach
will not digest one particle of food
while the temperature is below 100 de
grees Fahrenheit; neither will it digest
one atom of food until all tho fluid is
first adsorbed. No healthy person
should drink more than a half-pint of
some mild fluid while taking food, and
dyspeptics should not drink a drop
while they are eating, nor for thrco or
four hours after.
IVic Didon says that when ho asks
Germans, "What will you do when
Moliko dies?" thoy say: "Ho has
founded a school which will live." But
they find it hard to answer a similar
question us to Bismarck.
Will bo open for the reception of ccests
June 1st. Terms, f3.00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
the waters under date of October 3d, 1883:
Sritixo No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Carb of Iron 32.5438
Chloride of Iron traco.
Sulphate of Iron t trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 16.270
Sulphate Magnesia 6.000
Sriiixa No. 2. -To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron G.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.090
Chloride of Sodium 0.240
Chloride of Calcium 4.9'JO
Srni.NO No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.22G
Oxide of Aluminum 1.200
Sulphhato of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid O as 2.800
Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Barncm, M. D.,
'PAX. I'I'KCIIAEU'8 NOTICE.
To .Tolm Williamson, tlio unknown owners and alt
ntlHT IKlHies lliterestcil:
Yen nre herein- nntiiit'il that at a Palo of real pa
late, in (lie i-minty ut Alexander anil Statu uf Illi
nek held hy the County t'ollm'tor of until county, at
the Houthtti'Kterly door of the Court Houpe, In tho
l ily of Cairo, In snid count v anil tati, nn th ltd
iluy of September, Ins-' for thu taxta of lln war A.
D. lsl, due nnd iiriniiil thereon, top'ther with pen
alties ntnl i-osts, Cyrillo A. Miirehililon iirohaiMiI Ihn
real Hrttatt hereinafter ileserilx'd, Kitualed in naiil
county unit Stale, taxed in tho imim of John M ill
laiumin, to-wlt : The oant half of Oik nontheail nuar
terof seetion till, tow nship l.", raiiLi' H '"t contain
i ni so aires. Anil that caid pi ire lower aften arils',
to-Hit: on tlio.liith day of March, lssl, asnlencil thu
certilli'iile of p'nrcliiw' recelv cd from naid county col
lector for Kind real cntate to th uniler-kned, whu
now holiln the mihk: and that tlx' tlm allowed by
law for Hid redemption of mild real estate will ex
pire on thu Ith duv of eptciiiler, iss-l.
Afulguce uf l'urchiwer.
Cairo, 111., May vul, M.