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THE; : DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING MAY 30, 1884,
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lor rejoicing bO'ik-b yerT Such a war i In p-o-tfren
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This boo phould be read hy the young lor in
rt'uctlon, and by ihu afllicfU for rebel It will
benefit ail. London I.accet.
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book will tint be ucful, whether youth, part-nt
guardian, Iri.trucu-r or -h re man. Argonaut.
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The Weekly Bulletin.
QEOKGE IIAHRHON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Hpcclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of aargkal dlauuaea, and diseases of women
and children. '
OFrlC'K On Hlb elrect, oppcaite tha Poat
otllce, Cairo, 111. '
J. li. tiXHONU, n
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOIl, ELJCTKO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In attendance.
J jit. K W. YYH1TLOCK,
Omni No. 13( Commercial Avunae, iMtweea
thti and Ninth Htreeu
OE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TITOS W. IIALMDAY
JNTEHPItiSE SAVING BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAN K.
THOd. W.HAJiLlDAN ,
13 1 NIK;
Coruiuercial Avenue and EiifUth Streel
f. BROSS, Precident.
a. WKLL3, tafhier.
P. XFF. VlcePre'nt
T. J. Kerth, Aiii't caah
F. Bmm C'a'ro I William Klute. .Cairt
Peter Nelf ' W illiam Wolf.... "
r. M Ooterloh " ICO. Patier "
B.A.Buder " I U. Well '
J. Y. Clemon, Caledonia.;
A 'JE.NERAL UANKIXU BCSISEhS DONE.
Eichanji'j to'd andbotiKbt. Interest ptld ii
the Saving Department. Collection maiie anc
ail hunlnt-xi promptly attended tn.
LOUIS C. HERBERT.
(Suceesscr to Chas. T. Norland and
lumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
CAlltO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnlahed and
pump. Ageut lor too L eieoraieu
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP ',
the bet pnmp ever Invented. New Ga Fixture
lnrnlhed to order. O.d r'ixturee repaired and
1ST Jobbing promptly attenaea to. bih u
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Cora'l Ave. .ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safe Heaairod. All Klnd.m Keya Mad.
For Sale br
cnvTTmTT T)T) AfTTTTHT? Q
1 c re-
J J- -i "Z
ml s 11 W
5 5 Sir irt s2
2 mi a. ii m
l- CJ 5 o
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
lieligioua llliiBtratocl I.rcttirct
MISS KATIE KING,
tbe Wondurful Yountr
who will be amlntod by
3 of the Rest Materializers
In the world, in a (Irani Demonttration of
Wonder and Uyatunei of
u Full (inflight 00 the Open Bfage.
Producing toute ol the uiol wonderful material
ization, ever witueed in the world. The follow
ing are nome nf trie tt-etH that u-uallv take pla e in
the pretence . f theno Medium. hi e 'lie Med
ium la raiaed from her aeat, and tloatlng in mi fl
air the many Spirit F.irm that appear around her
ere tru y wonderful, ant een by all precei.t ; they
etarid beelde you, convi're with joa a in life,
ardthak" hand with ibeir fr'euiia The e are
Genuine Mediums, endorsed by the pre and pub
lic wnerever they go.
Admittance loc. Door open at 7 p.m. rcancai h.
-A young man wbo recently joineJ the
Odd Fellows here, wag struck by un idea
soon after he ha J "gone through" the in
niciatory ceremonies an idea that may
serve as a "pointer" to tho anti-secret so
ciety fulkf. His idea i, that just so long
as the crop of goats holds out Masonary
and Odd Fellowship will flourish, and he
shudders at the thi u'lit of the fearful dis
turbance that would result if, from some
cause or other, there should ever be a fail
ure of this crop. The yuuug man is right.
The anti-secret society folks must extermi
nate tho goat if they wish to strike a fatal
blow to Odd Fellowship, Masonry, etc.
Without coats these societies must die.
The ladies of the Lutheran Church
met with flattering success at their supper
and fair last night. The T';nth Street hall
was crowded with people from six till al
most midnight; each contributing his or her
share toward the good cause. The ladies
bad made extensive and laborious prepara
tions. Tne hall had been nicely decorated ;
long tables were spread with a great varie
ty of delicacies, including strawberries and
ice cream; and there were several booths at
which many beautiful and useful articles
were on exhibition and for sale. The last
named were sold at auction toward the
close of the festivities, by Mr. Harris Schulze
and brought a hanlsomo sum. The sup
per was also well patronized.
The firet of the B. & 0. Red Books for
the year is out, and if it is to be taken as a
fair indication of what other editions are to
ba, a million won't supply the demand. In
the Rid Bwk for the Republican National
Conventio such baing the title about
everything is given which can be consider
ed of interest in connection with convention
uiauci?, una tue ciear aua cAcueuiocly con
cise form must commend it urnst heartily.
Tbe compilation is out of the us-ual order in
political text-books. There are Very lew
figures, and the side notes in b"ld type lead
to resrly reference to an extensive combina
tion of valuable data. It cannot but be a
very deidrable little book as the campaign
progressi'S, and a two-cent stamp inclosed
to C. K. Lord, Biltimore, will secure a
Miss Katie Kinsr, the wonderful young
Medium, will materialize at the Opera
House Sunday evening next, June 1st, as-
sistad by three of the bet materializers
in the world, in a grand demonstration of
the wonders and mysteries of Spirit Power,
in full gaslight on the open stage, produc
ing gome of the mo?t wonderful materisl
izations in the world. Tests of a startling
nature take place, which is sufficient prof
that tbe dead do return. Promises are giv
en that every opportunity will be given for
the closest investigation; and as the admis
sion 18 ten cents, the Opera House will be
W. F. Lahbuin, river editor ol ffiR P.ci.letin
and steamboat paesenger agtnt. Order for all
klndnof temboat lob printing olicited. Otl'.cc
at Uower'l European Hotel. No. It Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 23 feet 3 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 20. River 5 feet 2
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, May 29. River 13 feet 4
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 29. River 7 feet 0
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 2D. River 4 ft 2 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 29. River 4 feet 7 in
dies and falling.
St Louis, Mty 29. River 17 ft 5 inch
es and rising.
The New Mary Houston from Ciucinuati
arrived here at 8 a. m. yesterday.. She had
about 1,500 tons of freight and added 100
more here, which putting her flat in the
water. Departed at 3:30 p. ru. for New
The City of Cairo from St. Louis arrived
hero at 7 a. m. yestcrduy a bout 12 hours
behind tituo. She had a fair tiip, depart
ed for Vicksburg at 10 a. m.
Capt. Lem Hill from tho wilds of tho
rustic shores ot the Osage River arrived via
rail last night. He is off on a short fur
lough. The Ella Kimbtough of which he
is in command is doing a big business.
Lem brings a belt full of scalps which he
took with his own hands from the heads of
tho favages which ara as thick on Osage
River as "fleas are on a poodle dog."
The City of New Orleans from the South
passed up for St. Louis yesterday morning.
The popular Hudson with a good trip
passed up for Sbawneetown latt night.
The fine Anchor Lino steamer City of
St. Louis will receive freight here to day
for New Orleans and departs this evening
The elegant electric light steamer Guid
ing Star is due here for New Orleans early
this morning. She is bound for Cincinnati
and is the finest boat that lands at the Cin
cinnati wharf. Her accommodations are
Bob Jones, the Big 0. Lina Freight
Agent, had an old Egyptian "ager" yester
day and he called it a "congestive chill." It
made him look miglity thaky.
The Ohio from Memphis arrived here a
7 a. in. yesterday. She only stopped a few
minutes. She had 50,000 feet of lumber
as one item. Departed at 7:20 for Cincin
nati. The City of Helena from St. Louis passed
down for Vickshurg last night. She had
Pilots Newt Pell and Randall Bollen areT
in the city and aro prepared to p lny a Ma
engagement for the season when called
upon. If we had a boat we would give
them both a job, as it is, we cau't accom
The C. W. Andeison, formerly an old
Nashville ii Cairo Packet, will pass here
to night for the Illinois where she will
most likely spend the remainder of her
superanuated career. Good bye C. W. A.
It is now reported that Capt. Milt Harry
will buy the Henry A. Tyler.
The Ohio s'ill tumbles assisted in her
downward career by her various tributa
ries. Yesterday was clear, but decidedly cool
for the season. Business on the wharf
The Andy Baum is the popular Cincia
nati and Memphis packet duo here to-morrow
evening for Memphis. W. F. Lambdin,
Mr. John H. Franci", 63 Maiden Lane,
New York, sole agent for OrricK's Celebra
ted Vermifuge, the best ot its kind in the
market, says: "that in his experience of
over twenty vears, he has never sold any
thing with such invariably good result., as
St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-cure."
r.ir-mart k't Dislike of America.
Bismarck is not enthusiastic in his
lore of Americans. Ho believes in
blue blood, and thinks there is but lit
tle of it in America. Ho is convinced
that wo are an uneducated people, or
we should send educated men to rep
resent us in foreign courts. Ho snubs
Mlnistei C.eni every iiianuu uo gets,
for tho reason that he can speak neith
er German nor French, and in a niero
figure-head in the German capital.
Tho book "Germany Seeu Without
Spectacles," by Henry Ruggles, re
cently published in Boston, has kicked
up a good deal of bobbery over here,
from all accounts. It has had a largo
circulation in Germany, many copies
having been sent by German-Americans
to their friends in fatheriand.
Tho author says he has lived two years
in Germany, and several chapters o'
tho book give tho Germans rather un
merciful criticism in their habits of liv
ing, customs, treatment of their wom
en, duelling, beer-drinking, etc.
These chapters have been translated
and extensively copied by the German
press, and of lato one could not go into
a Berlin club or cafo without hearing
the book energetically cussed and dis
cussed. A few weeks since, report
says, a Berlin publishing-houso had
made arrangements for issuing an en
tire translation of this book, but Bis
marck on hearing of it sent a note to
tho publishers, with his own signaturo,
which quietly put an end to the matter.
A German told mo seriously, yester
day, in the Cafo Bauer, that Bismarck
would never smile on Americans as
long as they published such harsh
things about the Germans, even if they
wre true. Levin Letter.
Tho Golden Rule.
A North end householder is the pos
sessor of two Thomas cats, tho oldest
of which has never shown anything but
a solrish grasping disposition, while tho
younger is tho possessor of a generous,
happy spirit, tho two affording an ex
hibition of opposites too often seen
among tho genus homo. At meal timo
tho elder of theso two felino brothers
has, as is consistent with his disposi
tion, an unpleasant habit of forcing his
junior to sit at second table., in fact do
ing as he always does,showiug a mean,
selfish and altogether catty disposition.
Hi3 greediness has boon observed by
members of the family, and when, ono
day this wook, tho daughter of tho
house went, as was her wont, to feed
them, sho took Master Selfishness by
tho nape of the neck and intimated to
him that ho should wait a few minutes
until tho other had had his pick, as a
partial atonement for tho numerous in
stances when ho had, as tho Btrongcr,
taken his meal first. Tho younger, as
tonished at tho sudden turn a Hairs hud
taken, gazed as if paralyzed at the rich
ness and extent of tho feast thus spread
before him. His astouishmcut howev
er soon gave place to pity; he could not
approclato tho justice of thii unusual
division of tho food; and, suddenly
grasping in his jaws tho largest and
most succulent pieco of liver exposed
on tho plate, Uo hastcnod to deposit it
beneath tho noso of his captive brother,
who, of course, made short work of it,
whilo tho Samaritan, inwardly swell
ing, no doubt, with active conscious
ness of his generosity, betook himsolf
to the speedy demolition of the remain
der of lite food. Worcester QuxMe.
On n ltriile.
Miss Adams, of Elk Garden, W. Vx,
visited tho Rev. llonry Kight, of Pied
mont, and asked him if ho had married
her to a gentleman named Georgo
Kight some months previous. Tho
Rev. Mr. Kight professed ignorance,
and claimed to know nothing whatever
about the marriage. It appears that
Georgo Kight and Miss Adams cuino to
l'itnlniont several mouths ago, and
went to tho country bridge, connecting
I'iodmont, with Westernport, to bo
married. It has long been tho custom
for runaway couples to havo tho mar
riago ceremony performed on this
bridge, thereby making it unnecessary
to procure a license. Tho bridgo being
between the states of Maryland and
West Virginia neither 6tato has -any
Miss Adams was a very young cfirl,
whoso life had been spent in tho coun
try, and thcreforo never questioned the
legality of tho proceedings when a
minister, purporting to bo tho Rev.
Henry Kight, tuado them man and
wife in tho prosence of several male
witnesses, ail friends of tbo groom and
strangers to tho brido. They lived to
gether as man and wifo for several
weeks at this place. I hen M;rht pro
fessed to havo business in tho west,
and left. Tho poor girl did not learn
until a month after he had gono that
sho had been tho victim of a suam mar
riage. Cremation in England.
Dr. Price tho "Druid," has not lived
wholly in vain. At least ho has been
tho means of eliciting high judicial
opinion as to the legality of cremation.
So far its tho law is concerned, every
man may dispose of his dead by burn
ing if it seems lit to hiru. Nor need
he now journey in company with a
coffin to Berlin or M;lan in order that
his deceased relative may be reduced
to ashes if not to dust. A cremation
Bociely has been formed in Kuglaud,
which has got its stoves and furnaces
in working order, its stall of "opera
tors," and its medical officers all com
plete, and wants for nothing, it ap
pears, but business. No doubt it will
soon get it, now that neither law nor
religion seems to bo necessarily op
posed to the new process. There is
ono matter, however, on which tho so
ciety will require to give good guaran
tees to tho public. They havo an
nounced that careful precautions will
bo taken to ascertain in all cases tho
cause of death before the body is given
to tho llarnes. People aro not often
poisoned, perhaps, but such eases do
happen, and no poisoner could wish
for anything moro than tho complete
and immediato destruction of his vic
tim's remains. Ami facilities of con
cealment naturally increase tho temp
.lation to crime. St. James's QazMc.
"Talking about snakes' food, I onco
heard a story told me by a Spanish
teacher, living in this city, which takes
the cake. Ho said that ono day, whilo
hunting in Brazil, his guide camo run
ning back and told the party to bo
careful, for in front ot thorn was a
snake 60 feet in length. Tho snako
had just finished eating a deer, but
had been uuable to swallow tho horns,
and they woro still stiol'lua vui ut iLo
6uako's mouth. The gentleman said it
was a common thir ; in South America
for snakes to ent deer, and when tho
antlers refused to go down into tho
stomach, the snako would go aud lio
in the sun aud let tho acid from its
stomach work on tho horns and dis
solve them. This monster snako was
very likely performing this act when,
the hunting party come on hiui. They
advanced cautioush aud were about to
fire, when tho snako sprang forward
and struck the guide in tho breast with
tho stag's horns and crushed him into
a jelly. Before tho snako could repeat
this playful little pastime a bullet from,
ono of the guns of tho party killed
him. Ho was coiled up nud carried to
the nearest town and shipped to Ilio, ;
where he is still on exhibition; tho ant-,
lers are still In his mouth, so tho Span
ish teaehor told me. This story'
weakeus you, does ii? Going? Won't
you take some snako food with you?
No? Well, good day. Call agaiu, and
I'll try and sell you a snake.'1
The pains and tortures of tho Spnnirdi
Iuquisition were not more agonizing than
those in our late civilization aro daijy felt
by the subjects of thoBe grim tyrants, rheu
matism and neuralgia Rev. W. B. Evans,
of Washington, D. C., was a victim until he
was induced to try Athlophoros, and now
he writes, "I consider its work almost in
the light of a miracle. It is a most wonder
ful medicine. Itought to spread throughout
Will be open for the reception of guests
June 1st. Terms, $8 00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
tho waters under date of October 3d, 1883:
Srnisu No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Carbof Iron 32.5438
Chloride of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 10.270
Sulphate Magnesia 6.000
SriusG No. 2.-To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11-280
Carbonate of Iron 0.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.!0
Chloride of Sodium 0-240
Chloride of Calcium 4.990
Spiuno No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Aluminum 1200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Oas 2 800
Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas 7.520
Alkalies............. .......... 1.403
(Signed) J. P. BABKtijt, M. D.,
National Republican Conrentlon
to be held at Chicago June 8d, 1884. The
Illinois Central R. R. will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to Chicago and return
for 110.75. Will commence ealo of ticket
Saturday, May 31st; good returning until
June 15tb. A. H. Hansow, . ,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
A Startling: Discovery,, , , '
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wit'o bad been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedi' s tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. Klng'i
New Discovery fur Consumption, Coughe,
and Colds, which hail a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It ia guaran
teed to euro all Diseases of Throat, Lunge,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Buttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size f 1.00. (5)
rfncKieu'8 Arnica salye
The Bet,t Salvo in tho world for Cuta,
'-ruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
An End to Bone Scraping".
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisburg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let BuileriiiL' humanity know it. Have had a
running sttre on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bono scraned or lei amnutated. I used.
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now soua! anil well. '
Electric Bitters are Sold at titty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at once by
takitig one ol Carter s utile Laver run
immediately af'cr dinner. Don't forget
"Well's Health Renewcr" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
"Rough on Toothache."
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothacho,
Neuralgia, Faceache. 15o. at druggists.
Catarrh of tho Bladder. ,
SiinL'in!r. irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-paiba." fl. 1
Otfonsivo breath, bad taste in mouth,
coated tongue, show torpid liver and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Physic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents. At all druggists. (8)
Epslepsy Entirely Cured.
Prof. living B. Smith, of Pike, N. Y.,
makes the following statement: "Samaritan
Nervine has entirely cured mo of epileptic
The Great American Chorus.
Buucoirif.-, on u irl rig aud coughing! This
is the music all over tho land just now.
And will bo ujtil June. "I've got such an
awful cold in my head." Cure it with
Ely's Cream Balm or it may end in the
toughest form of Catarrh. Maybe yoil
have catarrh now. Nothing is moro naus
eous and dreadful. This remedy masters
it as no other ever did. Not a snuff nor a
liquid. Applied by tho liuger to the nos
trils. Pleas.tnt, certain, radical.
Fkajhieville, Tex., Juno 29th, 1883. I
have been selling drugs and medicines in
Tex ts for seven years, during which time I
havo sold Merrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell's Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam am) Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. II. B. WiLLiAES.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.1
Almig the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
P.iciliu Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
laiiils in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 aud $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of Bta
tibiks of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
f:r 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate ii
allowed fir money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Townsesd, Qen'l Pass. Agt. -St.
The Regular Cairo & Taducah Daily
TiRNRY K- TAYLOR, Master.
UKOKUU JOBEs, Clerk.
eaves Ptd icah forCiIro dally (Sundays except
d) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. n. Return.
uk, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound Cttr at 5 p.m.
l ALLIDAY BROTHERS. '(
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA1
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
1 flhfst Ctwli Price Paid for Wheat, '