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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Iironchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. rrice, 25 Cents.
Who want Rlossy, luxuriant
and wavy trcssosof abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATJIAIKOX. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair grow freely
and last, keeps it from falling
ont, arrests and cures gray
liess. removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiiul. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort la the most auooeaafui remedy
t ever tued." Dr. P. C. Ballon, Konlton, Vb
"Kidney-Wort ia always reliable."
Vt. B. N. CUr It, Bo. Hero, VU
"K line y. Wort one wired my w ifo after two year
uttering." Dr. 0. M. BummcrUn, 8 us 1101, Oa.
IN THOUSANDS OP CA8E8
It ha, cured where all elite had failed. It li mild,
but efficient, I Klt'l AI.N IS ITS ACTION, but
harmless in all case.
IT'ltelranae the Bleed and 8ti-taet aca1
l-We .New Life to all the Important organ of
tne body. The natural action of the Kidney la
restored. The Liver i eleanaed of ail due Me,
and the Bowel move freely and healthfully,
la tin way the wont daeeie are eradicated
from the yitem, g
rucx, n oo uqcid oa dst, bold bt osteons.
Dry can be lent by mail.
WELL", RICU AEDHOS .t CO.Barllattaa Vt,
They who work early and We the year round
need, occasionally, the healthful stimulus, im
paired by a wholesome ton:c like ostetter'
Stomach Hitter. To all, It purity and efficiency
as a remedy snd preventive of disease commend it.
Jt checks Incipient rheumatism and malarial
symptoms, relieve crnstipation, dyspepsia nd
biliousness. arrot prematura decsy of the physi
ctl energies, mitigates the infirmities or Ago and
For sale by all druggists and dealer generally.
M'HOOPIHO CO IT OH.
It l. a harmless vegetable strop, very delicious to
the taste, llt-llcvcs at once and i a positive euro.
WINTER ond BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
Dirtctiont in ten language aKvmfinny firry bMt,
ALL DISEASES OP THE BLOOD. STOMACH,
liver, Hoiveli nml Klilni'vt: for all disease origin
ating In Inipitirinentnf the iitnnd.na Aimmlii, Sli k
Headache, Nrrvntisnes, Female Weakness, I.lver
Complaint, lv"1iit. JSmiiltcc, HI I loudness and
Kl'lnev l)ienie. this medicine I nhsoliitcly sure.
This medicine does m t runtnin nny mineral. Is nb-sltit-ly
vemliilde, n'Ktnres the blond ti a henlthy
ciindltinn, regulating sxcpsms and supplying de
ficiencies, and rvveuts iilsruse.
Vlrtctiont in ten langungn afcom;xmy tttry bottt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB 8 ALB BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
For Sale by
paul g. sciiun,
Snecial Acts, in this oitv.
The Daily Bulletin.
Q The Blooiiington Pantaraph has tba
following : Hon. George R. Worldling, whs
hag just returned to his borne in this city
from a Ucturing tour, and who has had a
wile range ot intercourse with leading pol
iticians, expresses the belief that the Dora-
rats wii nomiuato the old ticket.
Something will soon be done with the
trade dollar. A day has been set apart for
considering a bill designed to retire it in
some manner by malting it legal, with
drawing it from circulation or re-coining it
into standard dollars. It ia a nuisance at
present and congress should lose no time
in doing away with it.
The Courier-Journal has put legal
blood-hounds upon the track of persons
who stole telegrams intended only lor
itself. Telegrams to the Courier-Journal
have been repeatedly stolen by some one at
Lexington, and beside being; used in the
home papers as "specials" hare been sent
to daily papers outside of the state. But,
then, such tricks of telegraphy were proba
bly not confined at Lexington.
"It is rumored" says the Voice of
Randolph, "that a prohibition journal is to
be started in Sparta within the next fifteen
or twenty days, and that Captain Dan E.
Shields will make this city bis home at a
salary of $2,000 per annum, and take in the
counties of Randolph, Perry and Washing
ton as his field of labors during the cam
paign. This is the rumor, and that a com
mittee has been appointed and are at work
to perfect the scheme."
The superintendent of public instruc
tion at Milwaukee is of the opinion, after
the experience and observation of years,
that the practice of having the pupils study
at home does more barm than good, and in
some cases results in positive injury. He
contends that it is unnecessary unless in ex
ceptional cases. In his judgment six hours a
day is as much as any child ught to give
to books and study, and that if they are
properly instructed tney will require no
moro than that to make reasonable and sat
Wickliffe, Kjr, ia spite of the disasters
she has met with of late, and the trouble
in which she is involved respecting- the
county seat, is in a prosperous state right
now and presents all the life of a city.
Wnile several important houses were de
stroyed by fire within the last few months,
others have been put up, some of them very
substantial buildings. One residence,
brick, would do credit to a city ten times
the siza of Wickliffe. Another important
feature ia a gravel road which runs through
the city straight out from the river. Of
course, the railroads are making things
lively there now becauso they can't come
to East Cairo, but even aside from this.
Wickiitle is quite a tityfieJ little village,
Testerday morning the men who had
been at work on the Mississippi levee un
der Mr. Wm. McHale for the Trust Proper
ty company were discharged. There were
one hundred'and ten in all and they had
labored almost steadily by turns for six
days and nights. The work consisted prin
cipally of filling and placing dirt sacks,
and the outer slope of the entire levee
from where it joint with the new levei to
tho gas works was covered with sacks laid
three or four feet deep along the water
line. Over ten thousand sacks were used
in the work. That this portion of the
levee waa well protected and in fine condi
tion to the end of the siege suggests itself
to the intelligent reader.
The Illinois Central company has done
some good work on its tracks at and below
East Cairo during tho last ten days, and
even yet it has a construction train and a
large force of men at work on the tracks
between East Cairo and Wickliffe, building
rock and bag revetments on either side of
the road bed. The company's track there
is above water several feet and seems cer
tain to withstand even the severe test it will
be put to when the water in the river begins
to fall rapidly, and that from the bottoms
in Kentucky seeks an outlet. Trains could
well run to East Cairo now, instead of
stopping at Wickliffe, were it not for the
fact that the extremely high water interferes
with the iucline at East Cairo. Tho Mobile
and Ohio track between Wickliffe and
East Cairo is submerged for a considerable
distance and only held in place by stakes
driven in the ground along the sides at
regular distances. But the damage to the
road bed will probably not be more than
can be repaired in a few days when the
water shall havo fallen sufficiently. Both
roads are provided with temporary inclines
at Wickliffe : but as the distance to be run
by the transfer boats is very much greater
than it was before, trains are not always
here on schedule time, though there are no
breaks in the traffic. The Illinois Central,
due here from tho north at 11 o'clock yes
terday forenoon, was several hours late,
due no doubt to a washout some where be
The notion that climate had much to do
with Rheumatism and Neuralgia, passed
away with the discovery that they were
blood diseases, and just as likely to exist
in one climate as another. Athlofhoros
meets them on their own ground, purges
tho blood of the poisons which induce them
and effects the most wonderful cures, North,
South, East and West, without reference to
climate or weather. Says Mr. James Cook,
Smithton, Mo.: "Athlophoros baa
wonder for my wifa'i Rheumatism and laf
halninn nthora 1
helping otnera. I
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 26, 1884.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 51 feet 8 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 25. River 13 feet 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 25. River 40 foct 10
inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 25. River 24 feet
8 inches and falling.
Nashville, Feb. 25 River 19 feet 9 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb, 25. River 8 feet 1 inch
Bt Louis, Feb .25. River 13 feet 6 inch
es and falling.
A London surgeon says that only one
fashionable woman in 600 can draw a full
breath with all her clothes on, and that all
women should give up tight lacing and
take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to strengthen
In tho window of a "delicatessen"
storo on 3d avenuo recently, says the
New York Hun, there appeared tho
head of a largo porker, ornamented
with flowers and vines in an extraordi
nary manner. A wreath of red and
whito roses rested between tho ears.
There were lilies and pink3 in his jaws
until his teeth were buried out of sight,
and a minaturo sunflower covered hia
snout. Tho proprietor of tho storo
Bmiled when asked about it, and picked
it out of tho window without saying a
word. Tho questioner then saw that
it was simply a cake ornamented with
different kind3 of frosting.
"There is an art in frosting cake, as
well as in painting," said a confection
er. "It takes an artist to imitato na
ture so closely as to deceivo tho eye.
Tho process of ornamenting a cako is
very simple. Sugar of various colors
is mixed with tho whites of eggs to a
thick pasto. Tho mixtures aro put in
cono shaped bags six inches deep. In
tho apex of each bag is placed a tin,
cone-shaped spout, tho small end of
which is round or star-shaped or serra
ted or flat according to the purpose for
which we use it. Holding tho bag in one
hand and steadying it with tho other
wo squeeze the mixture through tho
tubes. Tho shapo of tho tube helps us
in forming tho design. Thus flat tubes
serrated on one side are used for leaves.
Little round mouthed tubes servo to
make vines and tendrils. To build a
roso wo uso a thicker mixture, and
form the rose from it exactly as a sculp
tor would model one in clay. I some
times make a roso with nothing but a
small bit of wood not much larger than
a toothpick. In fact tho tools used in
elaborate pieces of confectionery aro
nothing moro than what I have told
you, but wo havo to serve long as ap
prentices before wo can do tho work."
Under the Dead Sea.
Tho well-known writer Gregorovius
has just published, under tho title of
"A Kido to tho Dead Sea," .an interest
ing sketch of tho famous lake. Ho
substantially confirms all tho tradi
tional characteristics, except as to tho
appearance of the landscape and some
other minor particulars. Ho declares
that no Sicilian bay or Gulf of Corinth
presents more varied or beautiful col
oring, only tho water seems darker, as
if of molten metal. He denies tho gen
eral statement that no bird flies over
its waters, and that its shores aro with
out vegetation. But he confirms tho
tradition that no living thing is found
in it; fish coming down by tne Jordan
die at once on coming within its bounds.
Tho water is so "thick" that ho moved
in it with difficulty; its bitterness was
terrible; the bottom was slippery, liko
soap, and one can scoop up with tho
hand a slime like mortar. Tho touch
of it causes great smart to tho eyes.
While the temperature of tho atmos
phere was 60 degrees Fahrenheit that
of the water in the Dead sea wa3 61
degr ees. On coming out of it tho body I
was thickly iucrusted with crystals of
salts of magnesia and soda.
What John Chinaman Eats.
It will probably astonish many to
know that three-fourths of all the chick
ens brought to this market aro cou
sumed by the Chinese, and that niue
tenths of all the tame ducks share tho
samo fate. Tho longer one lives tho
more he finds by jimminy out, and in
stead of tho Chinaman feasting on rat
pie as he is popularly supposed to do,
he has just three limes as much chicken
pie on his bill of faro as a whito man,
and nine times as much stewed duck.
Tho Chinaman is peculiar. Geeso or
turkeys he does not caro for, and wild
ducks or any other game which has
been shot, aro an abomination in his
almond-shaped eyes. "Heap like 'em
alive," John remarks when any dead
fowls are offered him. His taste in fish
is also peculiar. Ho avoids salmon, but
goes his last nickel on suckers and
sturgeon, or any salt water fish which
has been long out of water. Well, tho
salmon is a royal fish. It is death to
dogs and does not seem to agree with
Chinamen. Tho massive brain of tho
Caucasian is tho only ono able to copo
with and successfully nssimilato tho
phosphorus and phat of tho luscious
Chinook. Portland Orcgonian.
Crick, Spraina, Wrenches, Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Pleurisy rains. Stitch In the
Side, Backache, Swollen Joints,
I Heart Disease. Born Muscles.
Pain In the Chert, and all pains and aclie either local or
deep-aeateU are instantly reliered and speedily cured by
the well-known flop Platter. Compounded, a It is, of
tho medicinal Tirtacsot fresh Flops, Gums, Balsams and
Extracts, It la indeed tin bat paln-kllling, stimulating,
soothing and strengthening Porous Plaster erer made.
Bop Piasters are sold by all druggists and country stores.
ascent ornreiorii.w. i v aaav
Hailed on receipt of I H M P
Proprietors and Manu
riruoated tongue, bad breath, sour stomach and liver
ise cured by llawley's Stomach and Llror Pills, Rcts,
PnWIo notice la hereby given that tho tinder
rifrned Henrietta Ilnnier, or Gallatin, Mo., will,
on the 10th day of March, 1884, make an applica
tion to the Governor of the State of Illinois for the
pardon of one .lames Turner, who waa convicted of
an asaanlt to mnrdne. at tha llav am lorci nf ih.
Aieaannor voudit vircuu vonri.
Dd clro LJ kAS-J884'
HKNRIKTTA HUN Tit B,
n04w on behalf of James Turner.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. Headache. Toothache.
Bore Throat, siHrlllnga, Npralns, Urulae,
-.. nraiai, srvH asaica.
INn ALL IIIIIVM Hlillll.V p.lfctl AI'UVU
Sold ty UruiiuM tuil Helen tverrwbera. ririj Can a belli.
TIIR II Altl.Kft A. VOOKI.ER CO.
Ka.tuuuaop.) fiilliaert, C.S.I.
rjlIJE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Culro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, SI OO.OOO!
A General Banking Easiness
TITOS. W. HAIjI.ID.A.Y
ENTERPRISE BAYING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALL1D.A.Y,
ea a s sst
Commercial Avenue and Eigrhth Street
P. BROSS, President.
I T. J.Kerth, Aas't cash
U. WELLS, Cashier.
F. Bro Ca!ro 1 William Klute. .Cairo
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
C. M.Osterloh " I C. O. Paticr
K.A.Buder H. Wells
J. V. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold andboni-ht. Interoet paid li
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri,
STRATTON & BIED,
Ko. 67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
(3T Agents Amorlcan Powdor Co.
Boot k Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet. Btb & 6th Sts
Jnsrocelved a fuU .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best of ST. LOFIS HAND-MADB
arid of BOSTON MANUFACTURKS, LADIES'
and CHILDREN'S SHOES, aud GENTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOES.
tlWVi'e also mke to order anything In onrltne
of the best material and workmanship.
$ NO CQU4t
l 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
n. Steagala & CoM Cairo, IU.
PR. It. IT. KAWP.
of (ha LVOuittr'
ihiiiluuia. now ntfan ft Heuwlf
bftr ut m ran car
yalnlrMl7 for toU mo n ., titd iKlurwoMiDta, lcttr mi
m I item niflfcftl men, ana a foil rtpfMrltHJou of lh tnwtnroi,
Swift' Specific 1 entirelv a vemtahla
tlon, ar-d should not be confounded with tho .
rloas substitutes, Imitation, non-secret humbugs,
"Huccc Altcraua,' etc., etc., which are now be
ing manntuctured Dy various persona. None of
these contain a single article which enters Into the
composition of H. b. 8. There Is only one Hwlft'i
Hpeclflc, and there Is nothing In tho world like It.
To prevent disnstur and disappointment, be sure to
et the genuine.
Swift's Hneclflc Is a cnmoluto antidote to Ttlond
Taint, Blood 1'olson, Malarial l'ulson and Skin
Humour. J. Dukinscm bMtiu, M.D., Atlanta, Oa
u,w un.t viuaiaiiir "UttCBB Willi until B njlo
clncln the treatment of Wood ami 8k'n Diseases,
1 liatru hurl um..k.kl. , - 1 1 U O 1 dn.
uu iu ruuiaiu LfmeaiHiB. i iooa umyBeii ior car
buncles with hapfiy effect.
u. u. v. iiBNitr, .m.u., Atlanta, ua.
I tiled Swift's Hucclilc on mv little tlanihter. whit
was aflllcted with some Blood Poison which hd
resisted all sorts of treatment. The Hnirltlc. re.
Ileved her permanently, it nil I shall nsu it In my
pracuce. v . liuoNTE, Jl.l)..
Cypress Ridge, Ark.
In USO I came from tho North to take charge of
the gas wiufks in itomo, as superintendent, and
after the overflow, which occurred In the spring
followluu', I was Tcry mnch exposed to malarial
poison, ana in l.vvi found my blood so contamina
ted with the poison tbnt I was forced to give up
business. 1 was treated by tho physicians without
My trouble finally determined in an abscess of
tne liver aud nearly every one (myself Included)
thought 1 was doomed to die within a few davs.
In this condition I was advised by a friend to take
i sp"Citic, ana I toox it just as a drowning
man wouia caicn at a straw, nut as soon as my
system sot under the Influence of tho remedy, the
anscess came 10 a point ana ourst, passing otr
without pain. In fifteen days after this I was up
at my work, and have since enjoyed excellent
Kvery sufferer from malarial nolnon should take
Swift's Specific. C. 0. r-PENCEK,
bupt. Rome uas Llubt Company.
Ourtreastise onBlooi and Skin Diseases mulled
free to applicants
lUtt S lfl SPECIFIC Ct).,
Drawer a. Atlanta. Ga.
New York Office, 159 West 83d St.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1H77, under
the laws of 1S72.
JOI1N n. ROBINSON President
WM. ST RAT r'N - Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A. UOLuSTINK Treasurer
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTOR3 for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, growers, Cairo, 111.
j. a. tioiastine, oiuoidstlno .v. Kosenwsler, whole
sale and retail flry good;C. W. Dunning. M. D. ;
Pres. Bd. Med. Lx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. H. Robinson, county
Judge ann notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and in.uranco agont; R. H. Baird, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; Jfi.V.
P:erce,attorney-at-law, DuQuoin. III.; E. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Banic, Ashley, 111.; Albert
nayden, cashier of Georgo Connelly & Co., Spring
field, LI ; li. M. Munn, attorncy-at-law, 1611 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kobt, A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Letghton,
cashier First National Bank, Stuart, Iowa. '
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlffheat Casb YtVjt Paid for Wheat
UP AND n T 1 XTDlt ntlTTin
LOWLAND V IWl ll J) i 11 li 1 j o
The Pleasure and Profit of cultivating these fruits
la Just being understood. See onr free catalogue.
The bost small frutts, new and old.
WELLS & CORWIN,
Baiting Hollow, Suffolk Co., N. T.
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W A NTT? "H t0 cnyaeln Illinois fort
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waukkce,u. C"y & C ' 118 Mg30n Bt"
Mid Cold and Winter.
For wlntr coughs and colds, aches and pain
you will find Benson's Capciue Porous Piaster
the best relief.
on James River Vs., in a north
ern settlement. Illustrated elr-
Plllav I... .T V U A vnll A
l . ft , ' iiui.lt.iu,
Sesame and Lilies, paper, 10 cts; cloth, 25 ct.
Crown of Wf Id Olive, paper, 10c: cloth, 35c.
Ktblcs of tho Dust, paper, 10 cts. : cloth, ! cts.
Sesame and Lilies, Crown of Wild Olive, and
Ethics of the Dust, In one volume, half Russia, red
edges, 5o cts. Modern Painters, Stonee of Ven
Vv"'..'J,cV 1,1 PN'Pif'lon. Large catalogue free
JOHN It. ADDKN.PuhH.her, id Vasey St.. New
An Only Daughter Cured of Consump-
When death was hourly erpected, all remedlei
ulD& fallud' J)rV. 11 Jttmus was eiperlmentina
with the many herbs of Calcutta, ho accidentally
made a preparation which cured hia only child of
Consumption. His child Is now in this eountry.
and enjoying the best of health. He has proved to
the wrld that Consumption can bo positively and
permanently enred. Tho doctor now gives this re
ceipt free, only asking two i-cent etamps to pat
expenses. This Herb also cures Night Sweats,
Nausea at the Stomach, and will break up a fresh
cold In twenty-foar hours. Address CRADUOCK
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I havo a positive remedy for the above disease ; by it
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