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II. MAREAN, M. D., . . . . . . -'
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
Off.ca 140 Commercial avenue. 1 Roaldenco corner
Kourteeuin ft. aud Wwblneton avenue, Cairo.
E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orncu-'No. 136 Comraorclal Avenuo, batween
Sifhtb and Ninth Street w
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
Or'KICE-Eltfhta Street, near Commercial Aveuue.
Notary Public anil Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphana' .Mu
tual Aid Society.
jJNEGAR & LANSDEN,
ui'FK'E No. US Commercial Avenue.
pOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Tho Elegant SidcwUeol Pawnuer Steamer
Zh CHAMPION zzm
Leaves Cairo every afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for
Paducah. Metropoli and way landing, (-'or
freight ur palace apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
jQAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June IB, the bout will make
the following tripp:
LEAVER LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth ct. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g
1 a. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
2 p. m.
:?a) p. m.
7:8 a. m.
H:30 a. m.
11 :S0 a. ni.
:S0 a. m.
8 a. m.
3 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
3 p. in.
J. T. WARREN CO
(54 & GC W. Second St,
Forcijrii uud Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
11 VI... ,........! .....1 .I, T.-I..W
!cs. Sauce, Oil aud Condiment. Soup
Muffs, Baklna Powder, pround and
whole 8plce. Toilet and Laundry ...
Soap. Seed. Jellle. Preserve
Fancy Groceries aud Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEXD FOR OUR "GROCERS'' MANUEL.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
II. L. HALL1DAY, Vice-President.
WALTER HYSLor, Cashier.
. SIA AT TAYLOR. V. P. IIAU.IT14V,
HKMiV L. HAU.HMY. II. II. (XNNIN01IAM,
P. J). WILLIAMSON, STKI'IIEN llllttl,
U. II. CANIIKK.
Exchunsre, Coin and United States Bonds
ROIT.JIT AND HOLD.
Deposit received and a general lmnkluK hulncsi
ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. liUBEK
W 111 remove to hid commodious and handsome
new ttore, uu
REST DOOR TO BCliUII'B NEW DRL'O STOKE
Ho will OluU with the Illicit Vlltflf Itf .Toutf.l-..
tfilverware. eic, In thPtatit,Mid IihvI 11 If fnrlM MU.m
than In bla prent otiarUir. he win i,eu on bund
.Aar itock of lint different itradui of
nd other Musical Instrument and ttierrhatidun
Kit will alwavi have In the toro a cavaulo and r.
liable tuner and teacher, anil will eater especially
toUia monlcal nubile, Thofe r.oiitemnlutlnit tmr-
chawing piano or organa, would do well to wait
and lnfucct bl atork. Kl). A. Ill'DER,
Eighth atroot ind WaohlUKton Avo.
JhUblkliod In ml.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
JLNTE11ED.AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAinO, It
UN0IS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEIl.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morning; Daily in Southern Illinois.
StoKAt Orrmc, i
Cairo, III., October a, IH79. f
Tlaiu. Bur. Ther. Ultra Wind. Vcl Weather,
8:4(1 a m so.n
11:11 " WUKi
a:w " fiii.ns
Maximum Temperature. 81 , Minimum Tem
perature, otfs ; Hulafall, O.tX) Inch.
W. U. HAY,
Scrc't Signal Corp, l 8. A
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
0l)S.-10tl 0t) Jtt 8J00q OOID9 JO S.1U0S
jnopuoilopni oqj giiujaj Xi'oj jiuiuj
The regular monthly meeting, of the
city council will be held this evening.
Freuch olives and cafres-enpotes, at
Pettis & Bird's.
A new butcher's shop is about to be
established on Poplar 6treet, for the conveni
ence of the Fourth warders.
Miss Ida L. Ilarrell left on the Cham
pion, yesterday evening, for a week's visit
among relatives in the neighboring town ot
Cape Cod cranberries and Atmorc's
mince meat and jelly in bulk at
Ti-.ttis & Bird's.
The pictorial bills of a big circus that
is to spread canvass in Cairo on the ISth
instant, are objects of unceasing interest
among our youngsters.
John Cain, having "resigned" his posi
tion as sentinel, watchman or guard at the
Chester Penitentiary, is again at home,
lie is here, this time, to stay.
15 pkgs. choice dairy butter. .Strictly
choice. Tettis & Bird.
Nongar ever ottered to the Cairo pub
lic has had such a run or given such good
satisfaction as the "Faultless" sold by F.
Korsmeycr, wholesale and retail tobacco
nist, corner Sixth and Ohio Levee.
Coleman, of the City Bookstore, wants
it widely known that he is selling all kinds
of books used in the Cairo public schools,
at n less price than ever before offered in
Cairo. Buy from Coleman, and save money
Don't forget we give a splendid pres
ent with each pound of tea.
' Pettis & Bird.
The shipment ol cattle forms a very
heavy item in the north-bound business of
the Illinois Central, just now. Large trains
btxve gone out every day or two, for a week
or more, and heavy shipments tire stiii coin
Tho Old Prob. the best 5 cents cigar in
the city. Try them. Tettis & Bird.
The public schools of the city com
menced a new scholastic year, yesterday,
morning. The attendance was unexpect
edly large, nnd hinted very strongly toward
the necessity for providing additional ac
Go and sec the new Celluloid collars
and culls at Marx's. Something entirely
new. Can be washed off with a sponge
every night without harm; costs the same
and cannot be told from the finest linen.
Go and sec'them.
Mr. Herbert Ilarrell, who has contrib
uted not a little to tho ccmpletcness ot
The Bulletin local columns, during the
six or eight months past, left yesterday
evening, for Chicago. lie will remain away
a month or more, perhaps permanently.
Mr. Walter Ilyslop, so long identified
with the City National Bank, ntul since the
death of Mr. Safford, its cashier, has for
the time being, at least, severed his connec
tion with that substantial and popular in
stitution. 1 lis successor litis not been des
ignated. The latest novelty in the way of prize
packages of which, we have heard, is the
prize candy packages that contain a couple
of nnti-bilinus pills, compounded by a
Cairo doctor. . The pills have anything but
an appetizing effect upon tho consumer of
There will be a special meeting of the
Taxpayers' in their hull, at 7 o'clock, sharp,
this evening. As it is desirable to dispose
of the business on hand before the meeting'
of the city council, at half past 7, of course
there must be unusual promptness. The
member who delays kis coming until half
past 7, will "have his trouble for his pay."
Mr. Robert Wilkinson, after an absence
of a year or more, has returned to his post
ns machinist, here, ot the Illinois Central
railroad. Ho relieves Mr. Wallace, we hrnr,
who desires to visit his home. Mr. Wal
lace has been most devoted to his calling
for a long interval of time, and is certainly
entitled to the respite.
The patrons of our hanks were- alike
astonished and gratified, yesterday, on
learning that their checks would draw cold.
Hilvcr or paper, tho matter being entirely
subject to tho customer's pleasure. But wo
are a queer people. Tho novelty of the
thing caused cmito a number to ask for gold ;
uui xno greater number, knowing that they
could obtain it for the asking, did not want
tho skating rink will he opened on
Thursday cveniug next, under tho manage
ment of Mr. Frank Pettit. The best faini
lies of tho city havo hitherto patronized tho
rink, nnd have never been brought in Am-
THE , DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN TUESDAY : MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1879.
tact with objectionable characters, mile or
female. The manager will bo equalH cau
tious in the future. Ho invites his cpo;'
crs, and others can gain admission ov "n"
der the escort or recommendation c t"01
-rMr. Pain Steele, of Pulo"l county,
was in tho city, yesterday, wetted down
with trouble, dispair Rnd deflation. Once
a bright, jovial, rollicking yung nian, ho is
now, on tho sunny Bide -f 48, a broken
down, woo-begono old one. He retains
scarcely a single repiuder of tho Sam
Steclp of twenty-year ego save his im
pulsiveness. Tho daily strt-t serenades by tho The
ater Comique brr-s haud, is quite a treat to
lovers of Ijtivss usic, and furnish an inter
val of perfect rapture to the urchins.
Crowding in tho rear, in front and all
around tho musicians there arc', ns a usual
thing, aboiv 73 children, varying in age
from thirlV months to eighteen years. A
greater variety of juvenile humanity is rare
ly seen anywhere.
Tlii jail of Alexander county does not,
at this time, coutain a single inmate. Tlic
lozen or so that filled its cells at the com
mencement of the September term of the
court, have been disposed of. Seven or
eight of them have been sent tn the peni
tentiary; tliree orstour ot them were dis
charged, on trial, nnd one of then was let
out oa bail. Who shall be the irst, now.
to break in upon its quietude if 1 .
The U. S. District court tor tie North
ern District of "Illinois, passed upm the pe
tition, yesterday, of the assigmv of the
Protection Life Insurance company, wherein
it was prayed that he, the assi'mi', be al.
lowed to levy upon the sbckhoii! is ami
policy holders of that defunct conurn. such
sums as might be found necessary to p:
off its debts. We shall know then-'.'.'.! iu
a day or two. There is scarcely aiy doubt
that the levy will be authorized. It's au
Mr. W. F. Davidson, the po.ir fell' -who
was stricken with hemorrhagt cf te
lungs Saturday, died Sunday homing.
The very profuse hemorrhage he l::d on the
streets, immediately after leanj:;g!lie cars,
'so reduced him, that his hold upon life
was but feeble indeed, and returning in a
less aggravated form during the r.ijl.t, put
a period to the poor fellow's existence. It
was a terrible shock to the devoted wife,
and has won for her the universal sympathy
of all those who are cognizant of the dis
tressing character of her berevenier.t.
:Tlie W. U. Telegrapii company lias is
sued' orders, dating from October Ut, that
the tariff of charges for messages notcx
ccedingtCn words, shall not exceed two dol
lars to any point on its liues in the United
States. Tins is a very marked reduction on
tho price of telegrams to and from the Pa
cific coast cities, aud will serve to corrco
poudingly increase that kind ot corres
pondence. The company . further orders
that on nnd after November 1st half rate
night message s will be taken for all points
in the country, that are reached by lines
under its control.
The State Board of Equalization Iris
taken final action in reference to the taxa
ble pioperty of the Eighteenth congres
sional district, modifying t he returns cf the
county assessors considerably ; but not so
heavily ns last year. In Alexander county
the county assessor's valuation of lands has
been reduced eighteen per cent, the valua
tion of lots the same, and of personal prop
erty nineteen per cent. In Jackson the
value of lands was increased 103 per C'T.t.
The heaviest reductions were made Upon
the Pulaski assessment, beigg 24 per cent
all around. Pope county was increased 2
percent, and Union county reduced i.
Few men of our acquaintance have
been subjected to more frequent or more
distressing domesftc alHictions than cur old
friend Elijah Dickcrsou. The last grvat
sorrow is the loss of his little baby boy.
the announcement of which reaches us in
the following shape: "Di.;d at Commercial
Point, Illinois, October oth, nt 3 o'clock. 3.
m., Samuel E., infant
01 .l!j:'.u ftr.u
Man-Dicktrson, aged 2 months and
davs." Mr. and .Mrs. Dickcrsen will l.r.vo
the sympathy of all who know them, and
especially of those who know the great
sorrows to which they have so often been
Mr. William Kendall, senior, rrs
found to be too weak to be subjected to a
removal to Hot Springs. As the hope of
his recovery seemed to' depend upon his
ability to stand the hazards of the journey,
a few days more will probably terminate
the edd gentleman's earthly career, alto
gether. All his life he has been a hard
working, laboring man. During the past
twelve years ho accumulated money
rapidly; and might, had his inclinations
run in thnt way, enjoyed all the luxuries
and pleasures that money can command,
lie's liad money; but little, very little, of
The Sunday excursion by the Narrow
gauge from Cairo to St. Louis, was a com
plete success. A train of five coaches left
Cairo at the fixed time, and added another
coach at Mutphysboro. No other stop was
made during tho trip. Thero was not a
singlo mishap or unpleasant occurrence
during the entire trip. The coaches wore
supplied with abundance of cool water; the
train men were clever, attentive nnd polite,
nnd nobody got drunk and made a nuisance
of himself. In fact, the excursionists ex
press themselves as delighted with tho trip,
and mimy avow a purpose to repeat it w hen-
4ver occasion may offer. Quito a number
stayed in St. Louis to visit tho fulr, and will
return at pleasure, under tho half faro ar
rangement, announced several days ago.
Tho train was out about twenty, two hours.
A negro girl working In one of the
down town industrial establishments, was
suspected, by her employer, of levying
small contributions upon the money drawer.
The employer set a watch, and soon had a
full confirmation of his suspicions. Hu
thereupon openly accused the girl of her
peculations, and, after a short parley, she
confessed her guilt. She had taken
change from tho drawer ecry day for
several weeks, and had deposited it with a
neighbor. The neighbor being accosted,
in presence of the girl, confessed that sho
had been acting ns custodian of the funds
and handed over nine dollars-tthe amount,
ns she alleged, that had been entrusted to
her keeping. The matter will not be
carried into the courts.
The use of slinks should be inter
dicted. In the hands of a ton or twelve
year old boy they are a mischievous not
to say dangerous weapon. By the use of
them a bullet or pebble may be thrown the
whole length of a block with great force
aud considerable precision Yesterday after
noon a reckless, mischievous lad 6cnt two
or threo pebbles crashing through the win
dow of a Twentieth street dwelling house,
cutting the glass as clean as a bullet could
have done. Indeed, the woman ,of the
house, enraged and alarmed, declare!! that
the window had been pierced by" pistol
balls fired from ft neighboring cooper's
hop. We mention this occurrence to
ow what a dangerous weapon the slings
are, nnd to impress upon the police the
necessity for interdicting their use, on the
street or els where.
At the recent meeting of tho Tax-payers'
association the president was author
ized and instructed, by resolution of the
association, to appoint a committee of ten
members to takt' into consideration the
sanitary condition of the city, and to ma
ture, and suggest to the association, such
measures as may be thought best calcula
ted to promote and preserve the public
health. It was further determined by the
association that to the same committee
should be refernd the subject of supplying
the city with an abundance of pure water.
In pursuance of the resolution the presi
dent, t n yesterday, designated the follow
ing named members as the committee : R.
W. Miller, F. Brivs, F. Vincent, J. Y.
Turner. M. B. Ilarrell. Wood Rittenhowe,
B. F. Blake, II. T. Gerould, C. Lancaster
and Peter Netf. The several gentlemen
named will please take notice of their ap
pointment; and of the further fact that
they nro expected to rer.der the desired ser
vice. While delving among Tds old papers,
the other day, Mr. John Antrim found a
rihflf sheet of richly embossed cream
colored paper, on which was printed, in
rather antique style, the following:
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tiiere will be a grand ball given on Mon
day evening, July 19th, lWC, at Eistmtm
Hall, iu honor of the re-opening of the I.
C. Railroad to Cairo.
Your company is respectfully solicited."
S. S. Taylor, B. S. Ilarrell, V. Vincent,
S. J. Ti'.den, Wm. White, 15. R. Abbott.
A. P. Stetson, I). Ilurd, II. II. Davis,
C.W. Dunning, Scott White, JoeLufkin,
Tom Wilson, Chas. Thrupp, O. A. Phillips,
G.B. Hill, W.Clark, J. Courtwny,
A. Syburs, J. W. Trover, G.W.Rcardeu
('apt. E. Gray, Jno. Antrim, D. Hannon,
G. W. Graham, I. N. Ilayuie, Juo. Brown,
II. II. Candee, L. Jorgetiseu. D. J. Baker,
Rob't Miller, A. F. Taylor, I. A ller,
J. B. Humphreys. J. Knickerbocker and
And it was a grand affair. The hall was
note!' sufKcicnt capacity to hold the crowM
that sought admission. But it will now
hold all who are left of that crowd, and
! more too a fact the roll-call of the man-
agers wi:l suggest, most loicioiy .
Just received ami kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, nt SO
Ohio Levee, uext to Pinters' House.
Oysters served nt all hours, day or night.
SPECIAL 111 1X ESS .NOTICES.
Geo. O'II.uia has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is o pure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes ple.'Mire in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still be found at his shop iu the Athc
netuu building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from tho best material snJ of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
STOVES! STOVES I!
Beautiful Baso Burners, the Argnnd nnd
Garland ; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also tho famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all , kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook' stoves, tho largest
stock ever brought to this market at .
C. W. IlEKnitnsos's,
Commercial uveuup , corner Twolfih St.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE 'ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE . UNITED STATES
MAKES TH R FOLLOWING ANNONCE
MEN'!' TO THE1THLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in lifo assur
ance contracts and tho judicial decisions
bnsed thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usage of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely increased
business, has led the management seriously
to consider whether the contract could not
be simplified anil certain conditions erescd
therefrom which have been tho subject of
much criticism and misconception.
After n enreful examination of tho ex
perience of some of tho best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality man lias been customary in tins
country, this society feels justified in ndopt-
... A C ....... !.. ' I 1. aI. p ,,
nig n tuna in eotiiraci in wiucii me lemow
ing important concessions are made to pol
icy holders throughout tho United States ;
"l. Policies will lie made incontestable
alter three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
a elennnte surrender-value in paid-up assur
nnce, in case the policy is forfeited nfter
three vrnrs from its date.
1!. Each Tontine policy will contain a
iicmmc BiiiTi'ivier-vaiue in easu, iu cac oi
withdrawal at the end of the tontine
4. The contract will be concisely nnd
clearlv expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
5. The above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies nlready
issued and in' force, after three years from
their dates respectively.
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up le tter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
The Cairo Elllrtin.
I.L ADVERTISEMENTS In tnU column, of
IV five lineii eudi or lis- will W puhlUhed for-.")
utitx every liihcrilun : 1 inoi.th. l.Tv : :t nwr.th with
out chance, Sl.Oo i,.r t:ivi.!h. Each juhlltiunal
line. T ceiii. Mti.aiiiiiik waM. il free.
ll(ini- for rent on the corner of Eleventh end W'ui
nr.t. Reasonable term'. Ii:i iire nlthiu.
.Vr.. A. Hu t..
Ronrrt in jiriv iie f-uuKv for two ernt'enien on or
near Twentieth. AddreM to A. 11. t. Cairo.
A lars- oid wulutil warbrnbe. Price $10 10.
Enquire of Mr. Ilaieett. No x-j Tenth strict.
Ilea SK Kol! SALE.
CVtai'e M.ut.d t:n'.bi-r, eav to move
Want the lot vacated. Ei.ouirc nt Th'b lln.i.fcHN
A dwelling, flvrM,i:u umI kitchen. Twentieth
street, near court . Empire at II. MhiK;;'
C'Hi Al'. STOllK.
Full SAI.K-Sei'arut. !y or together, a net of sitiCie
hsrew. n !.. 1 iii-.-y aiiO.iou and a tmiriry wlo;.
Appiv at I'.ulletiu bitnlerr. E 1i i:kk
HEAI)ifAI:T!;Hs F(i!! FINE Alti'HE.''Y (idODS
IIowk, Arrowx. TnrL-et. Shuollnt: tiluvek, etc.. at
C. W. HENDERSON'S. Commercial bm-l. v. cor
ner Twelfth It
Fine teel ti:cralni:s. for a!e. Cannot be
bought r.f the l i:l)il-her f.ir les thun JUS. on each.
Will behold fh fly tor !" m. each, ortue fonrlor
f io 00. Empire a! Tut l:n.t ms bindery.
0M,-.!i uud iurchaer of Real Ette tn Cairo
Hhotild be mre lin y have a food title I am now
T. .in l to titrnloh abstract at reamnablH r ie.
( IlHe In Court Honav.
A No. 1 bar-room Mtid fh-I iiisr (or offlce farnt
lure) 1. for iile cheajo Aio many other har-roum
fixture. Kuijuire of Cliarle tcko' nmeycr. corner
Ti nth ctreet ar il Wn-liinu'top avenue.
Delmor.i. o Hotel. Cairo, Illinois. Liberal term
to a sued teuai.t. A ilv to
'OREEN A (ilLRERT.
Att'if. I ado. !.!.
ALL SORTS. SIZKS AND
Also Maiiufuctiirerof and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SIIKKT IRON WARE.
iAi.i. kinds or joii i.iik fosr to oiiF.s;i3r
NO. -J7, EI (iJITII STREET,
CAIIiO, ! ILLINOIH.
E C. FORI),
Variety' Bracket Store,
Coinini reiul Avenue Corner Ninth Street.
CAlliO, : : : lL,l.ixois
MKS.M. A. S WANDER,
Winter's Rlm li. Corner Seventh street unit Com
Desired to Inform the ladle of Cairo and Vicinity
tliat sl.e linn on hnml and fecelvini; dallv. direct
Iroin the Eastern cltlcn. a very lurK 11ml complete
hi ock 01 Ladled and Mlea',
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
Hosiery nil Kle and colnrs-t. ct. to one flollnr
per pair. CorsetK, -in els, to ,.), and full nsnort
Ladies' Fiinifching Goods!
All the very lnlei"t (leslutiK. I'ricen ni low an poa
Hlbleiitul (.'oodsmnrlieil Iu plain llt;iirei. Will not
be iintleiHold. Call and exiinilno. No Iroitblu to
chow Koods Ladle who do not eo what they
want will please nek fori'.
IRON WORKS. .
TflOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
-L1 . STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Irox Wokks
n OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. IMS.
John T. Rennie,
nAVIN'O cetablli'lied hi" work nt the above men
tloued place Ih better prepared than ever for
tuiunif.icturlnii. Steam Enulne and Mill Machinery.
Hnvluit n Hteam Hammer nnd nmple Tool, tho
Itinuiilnctiire of all kind of Machinery, Railroad,
StenmlMiiit nnd Jlrldttv Kortrlnp made n rtvelalty.
Eieclal attention given to repatraol'Ei Tinea and
Ilra t p.Mlne of all kind made to orrtoi
Pipe Kittluif luall It hranchef.
Corner Washington Aveuuo and Elgiit Street.
CAIRO, ': ! : ILLINOIS
A fall And comuli'tu nm.tv ,.r (Vw. v.t nf ull
ind meat alway on hand,
OR GOUT 1
ACUTE OK CHRONIC?
ALT OY LIC A
Manufactured only nr.ik r tho above Trade Mark
EUROPEAN SALICYLIQMEDICIXE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZUi.
Immediate relief warranted. Petmanent cure
tuarnnteed Now exclusively uu d by all celebra
ted rhyfkiaiis of Europe and America, becoming a
Staph-, HaruilerH unit lleilablu Ketnedy on both
rotitlueuta. The hljzhent Medical Academy of
l'art reports W cure out ofbOcuses within three
day. Secret Tlie only dii.folvi.rof I he polfnnona
I'ric Add which cxlt In the r.'.ood of Rheumatic
and (x uty 1'atientH. 1 a box; H huxvf for $5
Si nt to any addre on reeelnt of price. Indorsed
by I'hji'kiani). Sold by all irtit;iit . AddreM
WASHBURN & CO., '
Only Iinport'.'M' Depot, 21.' Ilrondwnv. N, y.
For Sale by BARCLAY 15R0S., nnd Dru.-gMi
2 s -
i2 . " 5
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street untl Levee,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A srilSTITITE FOR LIFE INUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Orpanlzeil July Uth, 1!'.T7, fntlcr the Laws ot
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
It, IS"". iiniU r ActotConsress.
WfLLIAM STRATTON, I'iiesii.ent.
Mas. P. A. TAYLOR, - Vies-riiEsii.ENT.
J. A. (iOLDSTINE, - TiiBAsniEn.
Da. J..I GORDON, Mho. Aovuou.
THOMAS LEWIS. Skcrktabv.
I10AUD OF MAXAOEIIS:
J.J. OORDOXjaPhvs-lclan -....Cairo, Ills
Mr. I'. A.TAYLOK, Sniierintemlent of
Schoil", Alexander I'oinilv '
J. A. OOLDSTIXK. of (Joldstlm. ,V lio
aunwater, Wholesale and Ketall Dealers
In Staple and Fancy Dry Good "
N. II. THISTLEM OOD. of Hlnklo X
Thistlowood, ComniiHHlon Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors "
8. D. A YE Its, of Ayer & t'o Commio
THOMAS LEWIS, Insnranco Muuii(rcr
and Attorney nt Law .
WM. STRATTON, of Stratton & Dlrd,
GEO. M, ALDEN, CommlMlon Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee .- 11 "
JAS.S. IfEAltDKN. Apent MlMlHHippl
Valley Transportation Company " "
CHAS. It. STUART, Wholesale and Re
tall Dry Gimds and Notion "
EDWARD A. lll'DEH, MaimfacturliiR
Jeweler and WholHiile dealer In
Watchmaker' Tool and Material.... "
CHARLES LANCASTEIt, Lancaster &
Rico, Luinhnrdealer , "
C O. l'ATIEH, C. O. Patter Co.,
Who.aln nnd Retail Merchants " "
Rkv. 1). Y. GEORGE, l'antor l'resbyto
rluu church " "
J. 0. WHITE, Insnranco AReut " "
(I. W. McKKAIG, l'otmasler "
S. 1. WHEELER, Attorney and Coun
selor at law "
Mil. LOUISA FISHI1ACK
OSCAK HAYTHORN, Wholoalo aud
Retail Hoot, Shoe nnd Dry Good " ",
A.J. 1)11(1). Merchant and Steamboat
Proprietor " "
WILLIAM KLlrGK, General Mcrch'dlo " ',
P. 0. 80II11I, Wholesale and ltctall
DriiL'glt " " .
J. T. llKNNIK. Foundry and Machinist. " "
ALIIKltr LEWIS " " i
Man. L. A. HOWARD, Hoarding House. " " 1
W, F. PITCHER, Insurance Aent " "
A. HALLEY, Dealer In Stovea, Tin and
Hardware '" " I
E. W. GREEN, Green. Wood A Dennett " " ?
Miller " 1 " J
n. F l'OlTHII K.lllnr ,w1 Pnt.ll.tier )!,
Artnta-Journai . , ,, Mound City, 111, ' ,
Mr. 8. A. AYERS Villa Ridge, " U,
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