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BKCONU CLAWS. KATtCM,
The Crazo For Hmull lVer,
Tho competition botwoon dudes In
tho matter of small foot hits booonio so
intense that they are visiting tho con
Bulling room of prominent surgeons
and asking to bare their big toes am
putated, so that they may bo able to
get Into boots of tho snitwlost compass
poHslblo. 1'rofesKor William 1L l'an
coiiHt, of tho Jufl'urson medical college,
has, during the past month, been call
ed upon' by three men and ono womuu
all of them making tiio singular re
quest. In every instanco ho rofused
to perform tho operation, and tho
would-bo patients went away disgust
od. Tho idea of tho surgeon's knife
aiding them in their efforts to attain
the beautiful seems to have occurred to
hundreds of people simultaneously,
like an epidemic.
"I can't account for this remarkablo
desire for beta? mutilated for tho sako
of appoaranco," said Dr. Pancoast to a
l'ress reporter, "but I can say it has,
like all fashionable crazes, sprung up
m a vory short time. It must bo duo
to tho pointed shoo. You see, tho cut
ting oil' tho big too would not material
ly shorten a foot, but it would make
the end of it narrower, so that the pa
tient would be alio to wear a shoo as
Iiointed as a dagger. This seems to
ie the modern conception of pedal
beauty. By-and-by, tho pointed shoo
will go out and then these people who
aro having their big toes sliced off will
Would tho slicing off a big toe burt
a dude?" osked tho reporter.
"Not materially," answered tho phy
sician. "In fact, people whoso toes
have had to bo amputated through dis
ease seem to get along all right I
have had lots of patients whose toes
havo been removed, and they have ol
ways been consoled when told of tho
dainty boots they will bo able to wear.
And I really don't think they miss tho
toes. It is a curious fact that most of
tho applicants are men. Popular preju
dice would at onco concludo that none
but a woman could. bo so vain. One
of my visitants was a farmer, though
what on earth ho wanted with- small
feet I can't imagine.
"It is a common thing for surgeons
to havo patients who want meeting
eyebrows eradicated," Prof. Pancoast
continued. "In theso casus wo remove
the hair by the roots and then apply
electricity, which gives tho person a
sharp, stinging pain. After thU
treatment tho undesirable brows
never return. Ladies who aro so un
fortunato as to havo mustaches are
treated in tho samo way, but it is so
painful that they can only havo half a
mustache removed a day. They go away
looking very funny. It is getting quite
common to do away with defects in tho
ear or nose. All theso items are part
of a physician's regular routine; that
is, all excepting the big toe treatment,
which I would never perform for any
one. I call it Hying in tho faco of na
ture. Tho big toe is not a supcrlluity;
in fact, it has a vc.ry decided use, and
tho profession should discountenance
any attempt to abolish' it." thUadel
Tho Knd of Two Monster Ships.
For a few days there will bo souio
lifo and activity in tho Brooklyn Navy
Yard, for a largo number of workmen
have already been engaged to destroy
two hulks known as the Colossus
and Java. For tho p:tst twenty years
theso two uncompleted vessels have
never been moved from tho ways on
which they were originally built., and
the very timbers on which they lie are
almost rotten from long exposure. The
Java and Colossus havo always attract
ed a great deal of attention from visit
ors, and from their battered Hppear
aneo many peoplo supposed that tint
two ships must havo been through
some frightful naval battles.
Tho Colossus was to bo a doublo tur
rctod monitor carrying four fifteen
inch guns. Sho was designed by Ben
jamin Delano, ono of the most skillful
naval constructors of his day. Two
millions and a half were to bo expend
ed on her, but when tho war was more
advanced orders wero received from
Washington to stop work on tho Colos
sus. This was dono, and many men
in consequenco thrown out of employ
ment. Tho ship's engines had just uccn
fmt in her, and sho was all ready for
uunching when tho men ccasod work,
and nothing has been dono to her from
that day to this.
"What about tho JavaP"
"Tho Java was designod for a fast
. steam cruiser for tho purpose of pur
suing such fast vessels as the Alabama
and others of hor class. Sho was to bo
capable of attaining a speed of seven
teen knots an hour; in fact, sho might
have equaled tho speod of tho Arizona.
Tho Java was mainly built for speed,
and all her woodwork was of tho best
whito oak, Sho would havo mado a
formidable mate to tho Colossus, and
especially in thoso old war times tho
two vossols could easily havo with
stood tho attack of any other two moo
of war. It is a pity to boo thorn go with
out having evon touched tho salt wa
ter, but tlion tho spaco that thoso two
old hulks occupy is vory valuablo and
will bo usod for something clso, I hope,
moro useful than ornamental."
"When aro you going to begin tho
work of destruction P"
"We havo commenced to doniollsh
tho Colossus already, and as soon as
wo takp on more help wo will lay tho
Java low. It will tako about livo months
altogether to break up tho two ships."
Tho Big woods of Minnesota are
rightly namod, for thoy cover 5,000
squaro miles, or 3,200,000 acres of stir
faco. Thoso woods contain only hard
wood growths, including whito and
black oak, maple, hickory, basswood,
elm, oottonwood, tamarack, and enough
other variotios to mako an nggrogato
of over thirty different kinds. Tho
hardwood traet extends in a bolt across,
tho middle of tho state, and surround-
. lng Its northeastern comer Is an iin
monso pino region covering 21,000
square miles, or 13,440,000 squaro
, ftoros. . ,
iiik jiAtLY OAiUO - BULLETIN; "ffEDNEijDAV MORNING OOTOliER 15, 1884.
PORT : NEWS.
BTAOKS OP TUB IMVVH.
River nisrkud by tho gauge at this
port, ut 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 17 feet 11
inches. Kino during previous twenty
lour hours, 0 foot 5 incites.
ClitUnoog, Oct. 14. Kiver 0 feet 4
inches mid fulling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 14. -R'.ver 5 feet 1
iuchc and rismu.
Louisville, Oct. M.-Uiver 2 feet 8
inches and falling.
Nashville, 'Oct. 14. Biver 0 It 5 inch
es and falling.
PitUburg, Oct. 14. B!er 1 inot 1 in
dies and fulling.
. Louis. Oct. BJ -lticr 20 ft 5 inch
es tud lining.
MISCELLANEOUS ITKVR. ,
The City of Cairn from St. Liuis, is dne
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Ohio is sti'l rtisiug at Cincinnati,
but it is unly a lucalwell.
The Annie P. S lvr from New Orleans
pat-si d up for St. Louis 1 tut night.
The Oiis F-.wler had i good trip yester
day; arrived and deputed on time.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
and is due tomorrow night for Paducuh.
The new stern wheel Btc.wuer Alberta
No. 2, j'ist out from Jefferson vi He, Ind , ar
rived here ut 2 p. m. yeiterdiy.
The little steinier Parole arrived here
frrm JiflVrsonville. She has received
thorough reptirs and goes to Vickbburg.
John Carr, the celebrated one-armed
comedian, left on the Fowler yesterday to
piny an engagement at Puducah, where lie
is a great favorite.
The City of Vicksburg arrived here
Monday midnight. She disc-hurled 411
bales of cotton at the Vincenncs wiiurf
boat and departed for St. Louis at 2 a.m.
Daniel Toal, a well known Pittsburgh
and New Orleans tnwlioat pilot, arrived
here yceterdiy on the Alberts. He will
take the first Anchor line boat for New Or
leans to look at the river.
Fourteen coaches of people on the Illi
nois Central passed through Cairo at 3:15
yesterday, en route for the southern me
tropolis, New Orleans. The cheap rates
drew like tnustird plaster only 7 from
s The ryraiuids Ituilt Downward.
Mr. Cope Whitehouso, who seoms to
be treated as a crank by the Science
Association in meeting at Philadelphia,
got tho stage of tho academy as tho
scientists were leaving tho hall Wed
nesday, and proceeded to give an illus
trated lcqtuio on "Tho Libyan Des
erts." Soruo of the audience remain
ed and others out of curiosity turned
back to hear him.
Mr. Whitehouso enunciated somo sin
gular scientific theories, basod upon
tho most careful researches. Ono of
theso was that tho Pyramids had been
built practically downward, not up
ward. Ho took Herodotus and other
ancient writers for his authorities, and
on the strength of personal examina
tion, which ho had made, expressed tho
opinion that tho chambers, at the baso
of tho Pyramids, had been used fjr
temples and wero constructed bonoatb.
tho center of big hills, nnd that tho
npex of theso hills had been cut off,
and, through tho holes thus made tho
hi? boulders of rocks had been dropped
ot7v upon another until thoy had risen
to a new apex. Tho hills, ho said,
wero then smoothed off and tho sides
of the Pyramids molded, leaving them
as thoy aro seen to-day. Tho theory
presented by Mr. Whitehouso is not
novel. It has been advancod before.
Whatever its merits, says tho Now
York Tribune and if tho judgment of
tho standing committee bo taken as fi
nal, it has none it is tho subjcot of
much comment to-day, that tho com
mitteo should havo shown such animos
ity in tho matter. Thero aro probably
many moro dangerous "cranks" in tho
ranks of tho association than Mr.
Whitehouso. Thero aro many scien
tists whoso opinion is entitled to weight
who think that Mr. Whitohouso's ser
vices in other branches of scienco havo
been eminent. Ho is, for instanco,
recognized as an authority on tho Ly
bian deserts. But his uotious regard
ing tho Pyramids aro generally ridi
culed and little attention paid to
Tliut Mado a Difference.
"Now," said tho railroad president,
as ho sat down with tho secretary,
"I'll dictato, and you begin as follows:
'Wo congratulato stockholders on tho
improved condition of tho J. & J.' "
"Why, wo aro lu prossing nood of 50
miles of now rails, soventy-fivo cars,
und half 0 dozou of new locomotives!"
said tho secretary.
"That's all right, sir; go on with tho
circular! Say: 'The not earnings of
tho rotftl warrant us in predicting that
tho next dividend will "
"Hut wo can't evon pay tho interest
on our mortgages," interrupted tho
"Mr. "Secretary, this is a circular!"
"Yes, sir; but why "
"A circular to tho public, sir."
"I know, but such stalo "
"A circular to bo sent to Knropo to
induce a demand for our stock!" thun
dorod the president.
"Oh uw-that's it, oh! Oil, woll,
that niters tho case! We aro warrant
ed in predicting a January dividend of
eight per cent, of course." Wull St.
. An Amendment.
State senator Hon. M. W. Offutt, Town
ion, Maryland, writes: "I applied to a se
verely sprained knee, from which and from
Inflammatory rheumatism I had been tuf
ferinft for six weeks, St. Jacobs Oil, the
greet pain euro, and it not only gave im
mediate relief to the iprains, but it cured
mo of every symptom of the rheumatiim.
The aauiln' Game.
Tho hmall-slzod newsboy who used lo
weep in dowu-iowu doorways and toll
svmpnthetio and curious passers-by
that if he went homo without selling
his 'paper an angry and drunken fath
er would caress him with a club has hit
upon n new dodge. Hj hies himself to
ono of tho quiet and fashionablo avo-l
nues at the unseemly hour of 2 a. m.,f
and howls in a very lil'j;li key until .ho
arouses the slumbering neighborhood.
In answer to tho queries of tho white
robed ligures ut ttoj ieent windows ho
springs liis old gag about unsold pa
pers mill a liititai parent. Night be
fore last tho scheme was put in opera
tion on Michigan boulevard, and tho
result was a sensation. One lady loan
ed out of her window nnd snid: "Littlo
boy, if you nro bound to cry, for llenv
cu's sake do not yell in that ono key."
Tho question of a speedier moans of
executing criminals is being discussod
iu England. Tho Lancd says: "De
capitation does not cause instant death,
hanging is torturiugly slow and
neither prusslc acid nor electricity
would bo quick enough in fatal effect.
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CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
Read the evidence. Go and
Bee those who testify. If this
is impossible, write to thein,
If you are interested in the
subject, either on account of
your own condition or that of a
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FROM ASHLAND, MASS.
Dn.J. n. Schen'ck.
Dear Sir .--la tho month of December, 1980, I
took a heavy cold, which finally terminated
in Pneumonia. My lung were aoon very much
weakened by tho strain of my cough, which was
almost without cessation. I had aevero pain in
my side and back and between my ahouldon; my
breathing wan quick and there was great oppres
sion on my chest. I could not lio down without
coughing. At this time my physician told me that
I had Consumption. I raised hirge quantities or
matter and had several severe) hemorrhages. I
became much emaciated and very weak. I was
confined to tho houso for five months. After tho
doctors had given me up as incurable, I con
eluded to try your medicines. 1 begun using tho
Seaweed Tonic and Pulmonic Srup, and in a short
time saw considerable improvement in my worst
symptoms. I could lio down without bringing ou
coughlnppells. My breathing at all times was
easier. 1 had no moro hemorrhages, and after I
had taken the medicines for some timo, I got so
much better that I could walk a few rods from tho
door. I am now well, but yet my lungs aro weak,
and I am told by the physicians who first attended
me, that part of ono lung is gone, but that tho
cavities are now healed. They also say that your
medicines have wrought wonders for me, Doctor,
I cannot tell you how sick I was in a letter, but
if any one who Is afflicted will call on me, I will
Rive them all particulars gladly, or, I will answer
their letters iu case they can not como to sco mo,
MR3. JENNIE M, JONES.
Junt 10, 1S32.
DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMY IN THE LAST
STAGES OF CONSUMPTION.
CURED BY DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES.
Statement qfilr. JULIUS BO YVES, Providence, E. I.
I was discharged from the U. 8. Army in June,
1S01, as an incurable Consumptive. My discharge
reading thus: "Advanced stage of Consumption
of the Lungs." I was advised by the army surgeon
to livo out-doors as much as possible. He in
formed my friends that I was incurable, but that
with care I might be made comfurtuble for a time.
My cough was almost without cessation. I raised
matter from my lungs In large quantities, and I
had all tho other well-known symptoms of tho
disease. I took many remedies without benefit.
In September I went to see Dr. Schcnck, and soon
after began to use his full course of medicines. I
oon felt their beneficial effects, my cough grow-
lng less and less, and my strength coming back to
mo Tory fast. In the following April I was entirely
well, and came to Providence and went to work.
From that time to this I have been entirely won,
not SK'niliug one dullur fur doctors or medicines
for myself. I therefore know thut Dr. Seheni k'a
medicines arowxxl and reliable in Luntr license.
My cure wa considered almost a miracle bv thoso
who kuew iiio wheu I was discharged from the
tuiy" JULIUS BOYDEN,
Of lioyden & Wheldcn, Grocers,
Ko. 574 N. Main St., Providence, R. I.
Formerly of South Walpole, Mass.
July i, 1881.
CURED OF CONSUMPTION AFTER TWO
YEARS OF SEVERE ILLNESS.
Dr. J. II. Sciiesck.
Ikar Kir: I feel that I am dolnp Rood to
others by telling yu what your medicines havo
dime for mo. Iwas sick with Consumption for
over two years, and after trying uiany remedies
atnl employing the best physician") iu this city,
without benefit, 1 was induced to use your medi
cines. I Imd hardly taken the first bottle before I
felt much better, ami after continuing their use
for sonio time was entirely cured. This was over
six years ago, nnd as 1 have continued to enjoy
good health since, I feel that my euro is )t
iiiiuient, I am happv to add my testimony, with
ninny others, to the efficacy of ynur medicines. I
know many others in Nowburgh who have been
benefited by their use.
MKS. SOI'IHA M. LAWSON,
No. W Ann St., Newburgh, N. V.
JUarcA i, 1679.
FROM MR. ELI P. FORBY, OF NEW YORK.
Kv York, IkecmbcrV, 18S3.
Dr. J. II. Schknck, Philadelphia, Ta.
Dear Sir: I wish to tell you what your medi
cines have dono for me, because I bellcvo that
many lives may be saved by my doing so. I
already know of ono who has been Influenced by
mo to use them, after having been told by several
ph ysiclaus thut her case was hopeless.
But to my own case. In the year 1875 I was at
tacked with Inflammation of tho Lungs, tho result
of a heavy cold. It was a severe attack, and I
grew worse very fosL Among my friends it was
rciMjrtcd that I had quick Consumption. I had a
continual cough from tho first, and soon began to
raiso largo quantities of phlegm and matter from
my lungs. I bst my appetlto, and, of course, soon
grew very weak so weak that I was obliged to go
to bed. Weakness brought on night-sweats, and
lack of nourishment great loss of flesh. In six
weeks I lost over thirty pounds. All this tlmo I
was taking tho medicines of two of Albany's best
physicians. 1 do not wish to blamo them, but I
do not think that they had matlo such a study
of lung diseases as Is necessary to treat so serious
a case as mino was. At the end of these six weeks
I lost faith In everything; I was satisfied that my
tlmo had como, and so 1 told my doctors.
Then, ns Is usual, after all else had boon tried,
some one suggested your medicines, and 1, neither
exiiectlnuor hoping for relief, Ix-gim to use them
tho Pulmonic Syrup and Sonwccd Tonic. In two
weeks I wuh so much belter that 1 got up from bed
anil went down town ; nnd in four weeks I felt
well. In the next Ihrco months I gullied over
thirty poiimls of llesh, nnd 1 am very happy to
wiy that 1 have been n well man ever since my
recovery which I consider Is entirely iltrn to you.
I shall be pleased to nee nnv one who tuny bo
interested Iu my rami, or will wildly answer letters
iioui those who find it Impossible to call ou uie.
ELI P. FORBY,
No. 271 Fourth Avenue, New York City.
Tonny oub who Is acquainted In Albany, N.Y,
I cau refer to many who know of my case.
. DR. SCHENCK'S
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HKreoiiblo In their net Inn Hint a porHon minVrlnu wuh
Hick liiHiluchi,Hiir!toiiiucli,iir I'lilii I" Hie Hwcl4,
In Hpt'vtllly relieved or thew tllHlnwilnir nymptiinH.
They act illrectlv on tint I.lver. Ili ontiin which,
wlimi in a lieallhy cumlltkni, purines the blood tor
Die whole IhkIv. '
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arrlvltgln St. LouU 11:00 a.m.: Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
ConnecilnK at Odiu and Kfllngham for Cincin
nati, Louievillo, lndianapoli and point! Eaat.
13:25 i. m. Fast St. Louis ami
Arriving In St. LonU 8:45 p. m.-, and connecting
for all points Weal.
" 3:45 p. m. Fast JCxprena.
For Bt. LonU and Chicago, arriving at St.Lonli
10-15 p.m., and Chicago 7:uo a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; LouIsvllU 9:65
a. m. j Indianapolis 4:09 a. m. Patsetgerb br
tills train reach the above point! lil to 30
110 CHS In advance of any other route. .
t-Tbe 3:45 a. m. express baa PULLMAN
SUkEFlNG C'AK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out chungoa, and through aleepera .to Ht. Loula
Fast Time Kast.
Pii aatm vaiu tuia "n0 K through to Hast.
L USaciltlB era points wtthont any delay
caused by Hundav Intervening. The Saturday after
aoon train fioin Cairo arrives In new York Monday
unrnlug at 10:85. Thlrty-alx houraln advance ol
nv other ronto,
rFor throngh ticket and further informatloq
ipplv at Illinois Central Uallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. n. JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON. Gun. Paas. Agont. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
- ILLINOIS CKNTKAL R. H.
Train depart. Trains arrive.
t.Mail .....si:-.!!) a.m. tMntl 4:(5a. m.
Kxpri'ss 1:45 p. in. I tlixpress 11:45 a. m.
tHi Louis Ex li-o v. m. I tSt Louis Ex 2:15 p. m.
I. c. it. it (Soutnern L vision;
4:45a. m I tN. U. Ex ..lltio'a. m.
St. L. Kx...
Mull A fix...
.l(l::)a.m. tN. O. E... 11:10a.m.
. 8 45 p.m. I tN. O. Ex 4:80 p.m.
BT. L. A I. M. R. It.
,10::i0p.m. I tExprora ,S:!10p. m.
7:4" p.m. tSt.L. Mall... 8:30 a.m..
...u:;sua. m tt. h. Ex....5:wp. m.
W., 8T. L. A P. It. R.
...4:n0a.m. I 'Mall A Ex...B,TOp.ni.
,.4:00 p.m. I 'Accom 10:S0a.m.
,7:45 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MOIIILK OHIO It. It.
5:55 a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dullr.
TIMK CARD 1
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTl'KE OF HAILS.
Arrat I Dep.'rt '
P. O. Tm PC
l. C. K. R.(through lock mall).. 8 a. m
" " ..11:00a m 8 p. m.
" (way mull) 2 80 p.m. Dp. m.
" (Southern DW 4:30p.m. Dp. m.
Iron Mounlulu li. li 8:00 p.m. 9 p. m
Wabash it. it t a. m. 9 p. in.
Texan A Ht. l.nuls It. It i noon I 7 a. ni, ,
St. LonU & Cairo H. K 4 p. m. Ill a.m.
Ohio Klver 3 p. m. 1 8 p. m.
Mlsa Idver arrlvoa Wed., Hat. fe Mon.
" rii'iiarti Wort . Krl. A Hun.
P O. gen del. op' n from 7:80 am to 7:30 pna
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. tot p. m,
Sundays gee. tie!, open trom... ,8a. m. to 10a.m.
Sumliiys box del, open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:80 am
T-NOTK, -Changs will a published from
time to tlmn In city papers. Cfango your cards ao
cordlugly. WM, M. MUKP1IY, P. M
Statb or Illinois Cfrcult Court of said
ss County. In Chau
County; or ALKii ANUiu i very.
Otis A. Oslmrn, Carolina E. Oshorn, Adallno Poor.
Cleorg'i A. Poor, Almlra Poor and Kvan Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mra Wolt wlfo of Henry
N olf, Fanny Hhrlver, Jelterson Hbrlver, .
Louisa A linn, Anna Mary Jarrett,
and Klha Flalwr, .
Bill In Chancery for Partition.
Public Notice la hereby given that, In piirsnanc
... h.t,,. . iiM,u iuu ruit'rtiu iy inu win. til
atiovo entitled vansn. on the IHth day of Kept., A. D,
jitti, i, innjnuiHT ji, irvin, itianier in L.uwiirj4ui
the circuit court of said county, will, on
THE &iud DAY OP OCTOUKK, 1884, ;
at the hour of It o'rloi k In the foronoon, attha
southwesterly dimr of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, I'ouuty of Alexander and state of Illinois, ssll
at publlu auttlnn, to the highest and best
bidder for raxh. all and lingular,
the following (IositIIhmI preuilses and real evtat
In said tltH'rett meutiontsl, situate In th. First
...I. II. I.... .. II... ..Ilw it fall... In fill. Pilllnl. ni
IBIIillili'i. ' v.. . ", . v. '
amler and state of Illinois, or so in lit h thervol a 1
'shull be sullh'lent to satisfy said ditcrse, tn-wlt: ,
Lots ni:iuiereu inn ini anu tour I4), in Diock Hunt. '
bentd fttrtylght (4H). T,. ;.;
Dated Cairo, III., Sept. 19th, " ' , ' ' "vVv v"
. . - AMXH.1RVW;.''iH'
Master la ChMcarr.'
Co, nb., Complainant' fc'gUauw. rrT ,
i. ... ' ' i '