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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1K0. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, APIilL 23, 1882.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennl. J.Folny.
Counselor Wra. B. UUbert.
Marba)-L. H. Meyer,
Attorney Vi Ultam Heudrtc.
oakd or iUIUIII.
First Ward-Fetor Banp. T. M. Klrabrongb.
Second Ward-Jesse Uluklo, 0. N. Uughes.
Third Ward B. K, Blake, John Wood.
Kro7Vard-CIarles 0. Fatter, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth Ward-T. W.HaMday, Ernest B. PettH.
Circuit JndcoD. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. U. Irvln.
County Jodro-K. S Yocum.
County Clork-H. J. Uumm.
County Attorney J. M.Damron.
County Treaaurur-Mlles W. Parker.
Corouer-R. Fltsgerald. , .
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J. A
Glbbs and Peter heap. .
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
treet; preaching first nd tUlrd Sunday In
each inontn. H a. ro.and7:3Un. m. vP'VS'J"'"1"
Ug Thursday, 7:30 p. Sunday jeW 9:30
CHORCU Of TUX KKI)RB3IKR-(Kp1wpl)
Fourteenth eteeti Sunday 7 :(W i Holy
Kuchaslst; 9 :) a. m., Sunday echool 10:4 a.m.,
Morning prayer; BOp. m., evening -rayers. F.
F. Davenport, 8. T, B. Hector.
TJMRBT M16BIOHABY BAPTIST CHTOCH.
T Caching at 10:80 a. m., 8 p. m., and I p. .
iabbath school at 7:a0 p. m Kev. T- boree,
f CTnERAN-TIitrtecnth itreeti service Bab
1j baihl:30 a. m.; Sunday acboolJp. m. Uev.
MBTUUDI8TCor. Eighth and WaJnnt ftreeU,
Prwcbtne Sabbath 11:00a. m.
Sunday School at J:00 p. m. Rev. J. A - Scar wit,
IIHKSBYTEIUAH-BlghUi tret; preaching on
H.bbath at 11:00 a. m.and 1P.!W
-meeting Wtneiav at 7:80 p.m.; Bunday School
at 8 p. m. Kev. B. V. Uoore, paivor.
ST. JOWKPITS-ntoman Catholic) Coreer Cross
and Walnut street; aervtcoe Sabbath 10:W.
B. ; Snaday School at x p. m. ; Vespers p. m. . tot
nee every day at 8 a. m. Rev. O llara, Priest.
ST. PATKICK'8 (Roman Catholic) Coreer Ninth
street and Weahington avenue; rvleej Bab
bath 6 and W a. m. ; Vesper. I p. m. !
t p. m. torvtcee every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Mtmoo
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Mail 8:tia.m I tMail vf-wiS
t Accora'datlon.ll :1 a.m 'Expirs ... 11 .10 a.m
tExprew 4:) p.m AccomdatioB.. 4:05 p.m
MISS CENTRAL B. K.
Mall 4:W a.m I tMell :.1,p. m
Expre. 10:15a m tBxpress ll.3Ua.rn
C. & ST. L. R. H (Narrow Oaugc.)
Express l:au a.m I Kxpn. . ... : p.m
Accom'datlon. 1:50 p.m 'Accom datolnu.is pm
8T.L.. I.M. AS. B. R.
tBxprei. U:)p.m I tBxpreM...---. i: P
tAccom aauon. :30p m tAccom'daUon.U:45a.m
WABASH. ST. LOLM 4 PACiriC K'Y CO.
Mali tti .... 5KW4.m 'Mall Kx.... p.m
Dally except Sunday . t Dally .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Hunnint;
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
nun t-.3c m Mail,
Arriving in 8t. Lonle I 45 a.m.: Chicago. 8:80 p.m, ;
Connlctmg at Odin and Bmoffham for Cfncln
Bali, LoulBvlUe, Indlanapolu and polnU Jtaet.
ll:lO a.ra. St. IouIb nnd Western
Arriving in St. Loula 7:05 p. m., and connoctlns
fur all pomta West.
4:20 p.m. Fast JCxpres.
lor St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at8t. LouH
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:0 a m.
4:20 p.m. Cinoinnnti Kxpnw.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loumvtlle 7:M
a.m.! IndlauapolU 4:00 a.m. PaeMngera by
tbia train reach the above point 1U to 30
HOURS in advance of any other route.
rw-The4:80 p. m. epro haa PULLMAN
BLSBPINO CAR Cairo lo Cincinnati, without
chance, and throng aluoporato St. Loula and
Fast Timo East.
conn rraiHi bT Mt llne t,ironKh to J"1,
r aSSeilffei ern point withont any delay
caused by Sunday Interveulug. Tho Satarday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In now York Monday
mornlug at 10:85. Thirty -all hour in advancool
nv other routo, .
ry-Kor throngh ticket and further Information,
apply at Illlnoli. Central Railroad 1,V01t'lrro'
jam JOUN SON, J. u. JONES,
JAGon Southern Agent Ticket Agent.
' A, H. nANSON.Oon. FaM.Agont. Chicago
EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'liveioian and Surgeon,
Hpoclttl attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
ment of anrglcaUllouios, and dlou6a of womau
'oflkoOnHthatMot, oppwltotho PortOOlco,
jy, W. C. JOCffLYN,
OFFICK-Etghth Stroot, naatComtraKlal Atantia
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omot-No. 18s Commercial Avenue totwan
C, W. WIIEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
. eonttantly on band
At Seventy-flve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlcg"are coarae ibavlogi and make
the beat aammer wood for cooking purpose a well
a the cheapest ever aold in Cairo. For black
smith' use Insetting tires, they are unequalled
Leave yoor ordors at the Tenth struct wood yard
o - tci
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fosSte STATES.
On and afu-r Monday, June 7th, and until further
notice tbefenyboat will make trip a follow:
JUTI LXUV1 LIATB
Foot Fourth t. Mlaionri Land'g. KentnrJry Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a.m. 8 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30a.m. 11a.m.
8:00p.m. 2:80 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. B;00p.m.
8 p.m. 8:80 p.m. 8 p.m
A New and Compioto Ilotol, fronting on Levee
(second ana K&uroaa suevie,
Th Passenecr D''i)ot of tho Chlcaso, St. Leula
an' Aew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, St.
I ,ou Is and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern v
Mobile and Ohio; Cain and St. Louis Railway
are all just across tho street: while the Steamboat
Landing Is lint ono square distant,
This Hotel Is heated by strain, has steam
Laundrv, Hydraulic Klevator, Klectrlc Call Belle.
Automatic FIre-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
pctrlect sewerage aud complete appointments.
ounerD iuruiaiUK, peneci .orvite; auu an us
I P. PARKKU 6c CO.,Lpbsw
Coinincrcial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F.BHOS8, President. I P. NEKF, VlccPres'nt
II. WBLL8, Cashlor. I T, J. Kerth, Aas't cash
F. Bros... Cairo I William Kltito. .Cairo
Iotr Nofi " Wlllliim Wolf.... "
C.M .OstcrloU " I CO. l'atlor "
K. A. uuder " 1 11. wen "
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A OBNEUAL BANKING BUSINBS8 DONE.
Exehanira sold and bought. Intorost mild In
tho Having Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attouuou to,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. N
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
1 - .
GOODS SOLD "VRY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER 5o CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth trtl Pjlirn TIL
CootmaKlaiAtrttnu VUUV, Alia
rnnB city national bank.
Of Uulro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking; business
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY.
JNTKRPRISE SAVINO BANK.
Of Cairo, I .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB W0BK DONE TO OBDEB
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois
MILL AND C0VXIH8I0N.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND EAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hhrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
Pi HIED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
TIIE A. B. SAFF0RD.
Dnllv Bucket butweon Cairo and Mound Cltv Can
Leave Cairo : .....7: A. ai.
" Mound City 9:30"
" Cairo - Vi Noon
Mound City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo 4:a0 " "
" Mound Cltv .......0 " "
.State of Illinois, circuit court of Aloxan
County of Aloxandor ( dor county.
December Speclul Term, A. D. IHfil.
Jamua il. Mulcahoy.
Ambroao Rlklus, Delltha Elkins and Goorge
Bill In Chancory to l-orccloso Mortvago.
Public notice Is hereby given, that, in pursuance
of a decrue mudu and entered by said court in
the above entitled causo, on tho 8th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1881, 1 Alexander II. Irvln, muster In
chancory of tho said circuit court will,
on Tuesday, the second day of May IrtH'j, at tho
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the south
westerly door of the court houno, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Stale of IUlnos,
soil at public auction, to tho highest bidder, for
cah, all and singular, the following described
promises and real ostato In said decroo mentioned,
sltuuto in tho County of Alexander and stato of
Illinois, or eo much thoroof a shall bo aufllcleut to
sailsfy aald decroo, to-wlt: Part of tho south
half of the aorthwest quarter of section Five (A) in
township Hixtuun (Ml south, and In rango Two (S)
west of of tho third principle mndlan containing
forty-ftvo and fifty, one hundredth acroa, more) or
Datod AprU 9th,183. .
Master In Chancery of the Circuit Court of Alox
DayidT.Liniuah, Oomptalaant' Solicitor,
Tho R. R. SDrinsjor arrived last evening.
at 7 .30. She had a tnoderato trip, only
Btopped a few moments, and passod up in a
hurry for Ohio's metropolis.
Tho A. B. SulTord will bo ready for duty
to-morrow morning. Capt. Owon will tako
command, and Mr. Jos. Johnson will ably
handle the machinery. Success to the Saf-
ford and her crew.
The Harry Brown passed up early yes
terday morning with a tow to moct the
Alico Brown. They will swap trips.
The Gus Fowler, with her usual luck,
had a good trip yesterday. She will lay
over at Paducau to-day, but will report
here again Monday evening.
Steamer Sto. Genevieve arrived yesterday
morning from Memphis and Vicksburg.
Sho discharged 400 bales of cotton here
and departed lor St. Louis.
Bud Smedloy, one of Cairo's leading tow
boat pilots, took tho wheel of the S. L.
Wood yesterday for St. Louis. Bud was
an old schoolmate of the writer's in boy
hood's days, and in our skiff and dugout
rides Bud always claimed the right of
Mr. Clay Warden, engineer on tho Sil
verthorn, left tho boat yesterday at Hick
man, where she will remain until business
is more lively in tho trado she has recently
represented. Mr. Warden left on the Fow
ler last evening to visit his family, who re
sido in Paducab.
During the storm last evening, in the
terrible confusion and promiscuous damage,
a boy about 13 or 14 years of age was un
ceremoniously lifted from "terra firma" and
transported into the Ohio river, just in front
of the Planters' hotel, but possessing good
swimming qualities and extraordinary sub
marine capacity, the boy "dove," and as he
"riz" all was tranquil. It is needless to say
tho boy survived the storm.
Mr. Dave Best, an old Paducah'boy, is
ono of the able engineers of the Tatum.
Mr. Will Reno, formerly engineer of the
tug Montauk, was out on dress parade yes
terday, looking hale and hearty.
The Ohio still falling from Cincinnati to
Cairo; also the Mississippi as far St. Louis.
Don't you forget tho B. S. Rhea. She is
due this evening, and will leave cn her re
turn trip to morrow for NaBhville. The
Rhea is popular, and her officers are more
so. Capt. J. S. Tyner leads the van, and is
backed by Tom Galligher, chief clerk.
The Fannie Tatum, from St. Louis for
Paducah, left Friday evening at 6 o'clock,
She will report here early this morning.
Her detention was occasioned by a slight
accident, but she is all right now. dipt.
Conway is chief of ceremonies, and passen
gers on his boat will be hospitably enter
tained. Tho City of Helena arrived last night
with a big trip, and skipped out for the
Bluff City soon after.
Remember tho Vint Shinkle will report
here to-day for Cincinnati, and her grand
excursion rates of $13 for round trip should
bo an inducement, when you take into con
sideration the elegant fare, comfortable
rooms and clever officers, such as Capt.
Thompson and Col. Moore, clerk. ''Then,
why not go?"
The Rhea has a party of excursionists
from Nashville this trip, and a splendid
string bund is provided for tho amusement
of Capt. Tyner's guests.
For the Bnlletin.
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO. IX.
HOW MANY DIE WITn CONSUMPTION SYMP
TOMS OF CONSUMPTION COCO II, SHORT
BUEATR, BLOOD SPITTING, SCPPRESSKD
It gives a startling Importance to tho
Bubject when we reflect that of the men
women and children we daily sco throng
ing our streets one-fifth will die with some
form of disoaso of tho pulmonary struct
ure. Let us in candor ask, what bPo hiive
wo to lesson this frightful mortality by tho
old system of treatment ? Tako up any
practice of medicine Watson, Wood,
Ebcrlo Hahnemann or Thompson stand
ard works in our modical schools, and all
aliko candidly avow that no successful
treatment of consumption is known to
them. Watch the practico of two physi
cians of equal eminence: and sco how op
posite their treatment is.
So suro are they of fatal results that
they deceive their paticuts at the beginulng
by saying it is "only a cold" or "slight
bronchitis;" and if tho patient spits blood
'It comos from tho throat." Thus tho
precious opportunity when the disease is
most easily controlled is allowed, to pass
unimproved.. The remedies they employ,
while they soothe the most distressing symp
toms, maBk tho disoaso, and in many in
stances hurry on tho catastrophe. When
the disease has so far advanced thai tho
patient almoit dospairg himself, he is ad
visod to go to Minnesota, Texas, Colorado,
California or Florida, or take a sea voyage,
to die from kindred and home. Why per
sons- suffering with decaying lungs will
trust themselves to physicians who openly
proclaim in their books, and in their con
versation, that they cannot cure consump
tion, is most incomprehensible. If the
physician has no faith in his ability to euro
consumption, is it not the height of folly
for the sick to employ him for that pur
pose! I w ill now consider symptoms which her
ald consumption, and by making them
known, apprise tho patient in timo to avert
Among the earliest symptons of tubercu
lar consumption is a slight morning cough
and ropy expectoration, with speck of yel
low or greenish matter in the mucus. The
quantity is not always a criterion of the
extent of disease in tho lungs, though it
generally is. It is of the utmost conse
quence that coughs should be attended to
early, for although every cough is not the
premonition of consumption, still, if neg
lected, it may lead to that result. I have
known persons die from tubercle who
neither coughod nor spit during the wholo
period of their sickness.
Spitting blood is a serious sympton of
consumption. It possesses a fearful inter
est, from the fact that it rarely happens,
except as a consequence of tubercular dis
ease in the lungs. It is by no means unf re
quent for physicians to assuro their pa
tients that "the blood comes only from the
throat." Let me say that the throat rarely
bleeds. In nino hundred and ninety-nine
cases in a thousand, when yOu cough up
blood, howevor small tho quantity, that
blood comes from the lunijs. Bleeding
does not always accompany consumption,
but when the lungs bleed, it does; and,
if you value health, if you prize life, if
you have any object that renders existence
desirable, begin at once to resist tho mal
ady. Many persons spit blood for years before
any other symptom of consumption is no
ticed, and by general observation they
would be pronounced healthy. Such per
sona thump themselves on the breast and
Bay, "There is nothing the matter here,
doctor" and expect the good-natureCr phy
sician to confirm their wiBh. In others,
the first attack of hemorrhage dates the
commencement of the disease; and the
cough, short breath, and expectoration are
all properly referred to this cause. Some,
again, do not raiso blood till late, and in
many instances consumption runs its en
tire course without even a tingo of blood iu
the expectoration. But, wliou blood is spit,
whether it is only a few streaks in the ex
pectoration, or inouthfuls, remember it
rarely hnppens except as a serious disease
of tho pulmonary structure. Spitting
blood id a sure indication of diseaso of
some sort within the lungs, from which will
ariso, sixmer or later, all those symptoms
which belong to consumption.
Prof. Walsh, in his work on Diseases of
tho Lungs, Bays, "In those cases of bron
chitis where blood is present in the expec
toration, tubercles may always be suspected
ia tho lungs."
The colebrated Dr. Sweet, in his work
on Diseases of tho Chest, says : "Though
bleeding from tho lungs docs not always
occur in consumption, yet when it docs;
it surely indicates the presence of tuber
cles." Frof. Latham says, "Spitting blood al
ways gives fearful intimation of the pres
ence of tubercles, which are the eggs of
In twclvo hundred casos of bleeding
from the lungs Dr. Louis did not meet a
single instanco where it was not preceded
or followed by consumption. And thus it
is that "spitting blood" is considered so
suro a precusor of that disease, that life in
suranco companies refuso to grant policies
to any man who has been so alfoctcd.
Hemorrhage from tho lungs seldom
proves fatal in its immediate consequences.
Years may elapso before its fatal effects aro
produced. Indeed, we hoar persons who
have had bleeding from tho lungs 'after
ward remark that they feel decidedly bet
ter; but this is only a temporary relief,
and it is a fatal mititake to regard It as tho
romoval of tho difficulty, for tho causes
that produced tho bleeding still romain,
and, if not romoved, will end in death.
Short breath is an early symptom. It is
felt moBt when asconding a hill or going up
stairs. It is a mark of such importance
that when it exists an immediate examina
tion of tho lungs should bo tnado by a com
petent stothoscopiflt. If, along with short
breath, there is wasting of tho body and
quick pulse, it amounts to a certainty there
is disease iu the lungs. Whon the pulso
gets sbovo a hundred boats in a minute,
tho caso is bad. In some tho pulse. Is slow,
but yet they end fatally. 'The pulso of an
adult in health is from seventy to seventy
five in a minute, the respiration from' fif
teen to elghteon. " Above this announces
disease. Losing nosh is always a Busptoious
symptom, unless , there Is other evident
causo for it. Shooting palna under the
collar bones are significant symptoms ot
I trouble in the lungs. As tho . disease ad-
vances, fever comas in the evening, and
goes off in exhausting night sweats. Hec
tic fever gradually approaches ; at first with
creeping chills along the back, followed by
tho flush on the cheek. When the chill is
decided, the symptoms are often mistaken
for atcuo. v
With some the first deposit of tubercle
is accompanied with heartburn and indi
gestion. The physician makes a fearful
mistake when he treats such patient for
dyspepsia or liver complaint.
Suppression of tho menses is often a con
sequence of tubercular deposit in the
lungs. When this occurs, attonded with
coughs, sore throat or pafpitation of the
heart, disease of the lungs may bo sua-,
pectcd. If, in addition to this, the white
of tho eye becomes pearl-gray, it only adds
to the conviction that the seeds of death
aro already in the lungs.
N. 'B. Wolfe, M.D.
140 Smith St.. Cincinnati, 0.
In ruferring to Dr. Wolfe, and his mode
of treatment, tho Evening Record, of
Adrian, Mich., says : He is a physician of
large learning and twenty-five years of suc
cessful practice in Cincinnati, in the treat
ment of consumption, asthma, - Bronchitis,
loss of voice, bleeding from tho lungs, and
kindred diseases of tho respiratory orsans.
Though he has been continuously located in-
uucinnati, U., since 1857, bunas prescribed
for, and cured thousands of sick people
living in all parts of tho United States and
Canada, many of whom had previously
been given up by friends and physicians as
incurable. Those who live at a distance
and wish to consult him, but can not visit
him in personaliould first write fop his cir
cular of printed questions, By writing
answers to these, any one can Bend as true a
statement of hid condition as if he made
his report to the doctor in person. From
this circular statement the doctor can ac
curately diagnose the disease and prepare
inhaling remedies for its removal. This
with the inhaler he sends quickly by ex
press, with instructions for UBing them, to all
parts of the United States and Canada. His
address is 140 Smith street; Cincinnati, 0.
Sins of the Father Visited on tho Child-
Physicians say that scrofulous taint can
not be eradicated ; we deny it "in toto."
If you go through a thorough course of
Burdock Blood Bitters, your blood will
get as pure as you can wish. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents.
Paol G. Scucn, Agent.
The U. S. government are using largo
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Itylra in Gilead.
There is a balm in Gilead to hoal each gap
ing wound ;
In Thomas' Eclcctric Oil, tho remedy is
For internal and for outward ubc, you
freely may apply it ;
For all pain and inflamation, you should
not fail to try it.
It only costs a tritle, 'tis worth its weight
And by every dealer in tho land this reme
dy is sold.
P. 0. Scuun, Agent.
of all description aro relieved at once, and
speedily cured by Kidney Wort. It seems
intended py nature for the euro of all dis-'
cases of the kidneys caused by weakness
and debility. Its great tonio powers are
especially directed to tho removal of this
class of diseases. We know of persons that
have suffered for thirty years that have been
permanently cured by taking Klkney Wort
a short time. Try it, either liquid or dry.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob H. Bloomer, of Virgille, N. Y.,
writes: "Your Thomas' Eclcctric Oil
cured a badly swelled neck and soro throat
on my son in forty-eight hours; ono appli
cation also romoved tho pain from a very
boro too ; my wife's foot was also much in
flamed so much so that she could not
walk about tho house; she applied the Oil,
and in twenty-four hours was entirely
P. G.Scnni, Agont.
Never too Late to Mend.
TIiob. J. Ardon, William Street, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
has worked on mo splendid. I had no
appetite; used to sleep badly and get up In
the morning unrefreshed; my breath was
very offensive and I suffered from sevoro
headache; since using your Spring Blossom
all these symptoms have vanished, and I
feel quite well." Prico 50 cents, trial Dot- .
tie 10 cts.
Paul G. Scnun, Agent.
aurnt roa Till 1X1,1 or ,
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Colt' Disc Engine
aud Marino Engines
engines a specialty.
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TOOLS, : NIAGARA
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