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THE PAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 1880.
ALL ADYEKTISF.MKNTS lu this column, of
live tinea each or lea will be published fo,rJf
mdU one insert Ion , time, tt) cent; 1 wvk.
I month, l.Sil; S months wlt.honl change, si.tki ft-r
Booth. Each additional Hue, prorau. bltualiona
Dwellfni! and four lots-very desirable, prctpiTly
en "ouihcasl corner Tth street and Jeflcraon Aveiim.
M. .1. Hl'WLKV. Kstatit Agent.
Owsiu nd purchasers of real estate in Cairo
fcould be mire, they have Kood title. I m uow
prepared to nirulxh abHtract at reaaonab e
M. KAS1 KHI'Ai
Office In Court House.
An order (jood for Jioo. If l,t'MV.1.on 1y, yl"
flrat-clas Mcndlessliou Hmno. Will be Hold low,
Apply hi thl office.
Mrs. I. .! Bvrno inn accommodate a few dy
boadcrs. also lioiird and room lor two. Price very
low. Applv at her bouse next to the Catholic
church on Washington avenue.
Taken up by the subscriber, nt the lower ctid or
Washington avenue, t'ulro. llllnoiB. about the 11
October, INT!', a three year old heifer, Iilne and
white In color. No ear murk. Cruniply horned.
Tho owner can have the Kiime by proving property
tad pavlmr charirc WILLIAM CASEY .
February, 9. ltll.
HOl'SE ANI LOT FOIl SALE.
Douse and lot situated on Jefferson and Thir
teenth street belweeu Jefferson and Cedar streets.
Bald property ululated a billow, lo-wit: Lot num
bered il l) block number (11 In tho Third addition
to the city of Cairo. For further particular in
quire at the house. '1'llOM AH It. WINTER.
Dated thin. Uth day of Feb. ISSQ,
One hundred barrel choice Peach Blow potatoes
at l l"r barrel . N. B. Tiiisti.rwooii Jt .lino,
Ohio Levee. Corner Sixth ft.
yy H. MARFAN, M. D,
Hoft.co'Hilhic Physician and-Surgeon.
Jifllre 1 10 O'i. amerctal avenue. Residence corner
lurteenth Si. and Wanhincton avenue, Cairo.
,K. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ofpii:-No. l.lfi Commercial Avenue, between
Eijjhtb and Ninth Streou
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
U K NTIS T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyance!'.
OFFICE: With the Widow' ami Oorpmius' Mu
sal Aid Society.
II H AI.gHH IN
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian F lour in Mi 1 1 s
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADl'CAII.
Tho FicaantSldewheel Passenger Steamer
&m champion m
Leave Cairo every Monday and Thursday for
Cape (ilrardtau. St. Colli, and way landlln.'. For
frtKht or passage apply to SOL. A. MLYKK,
JJTll wrecking company,
11 1 stationed thrtr wrecking boat
At Cairo, where they have cverylluni: needed in
the divers' line, nieam pump, lines, blocks, an
chor, etc. Will hire or couiriic t lor all kind of
(tub marine work
HIKVM HILL. or. J. L. MIALLCItOSS.
Cairo, 111. Lolilvlilo. Ky.
Koike I hereiiy nlven thai I will heat the follow
Inn named piae. at the time below
tated, lor the purpo-e of coilectlliL! the
Revenue of Alexander Comity. llllnoK
for the year lSV'.i, ice ; and all percotia
wanting to pave the penalty of one per cent, per
month, will lake ml vantage of the colleftur' vl't.
aa indicated below, and pay their tu.xe In their own
At more limine of Durham iv, ( utiUe. in town
of Elco, in llali wood precinct, on Weiliiodav,
Jaaunry siit. A . D. IHSil.
At the store house ol Henry lliniHaclirr In tmu
of Siuduskv. in Sandiik) precinct, on Thursday,
January tJu'd. A. 1). lsso
At store house of B. F. Curtis, In lownuf ll'idL'e'a
Park, In t'ulty precinct, ou Friday, .laiuinrv tfird,
A. D. nwi.
At store, house of IIoiIl'cs A Mirlin. at lt ecli
Rlrlne station, in Beech llid'e prccltn i, on sutur
.IhuhhivJIIIi. A. II. lSNI.
At stole house of R. A. lidiiieisou, in town of
East t ape (Uraiileau, in hu-l ( ape (iirnrilc'iti
urvelnct. on Monday. January Mill. A. D ls0,
A'. More bouse of hleiilley , Co., In town of
Clear Creel., Ill Clear Ciueli ureelui I. on Tuesday
January U7t.li. A. 1). 1SSO.
At (tore bouse of B F. Brown ,V tiro., lu town of
Tlicbe. In Tueiie preiincl. on vt eilnesiluv, .Km
nan "Ml,. A II 1SSH.
At store house of A. II. Ireland. In lowti of Santa
Fe, lu Hiuitu Fe precinct, on Tliinsdiiy, Jiiiimbiv
iMti.A. t. Hi. , ,
At store house of .las. II. .MllKhay, In town ot
4")itnnerclal Point, In Ooose Inland preclm l, on
Kriuay. January auiii, A. u. isso.
At the r.'.i-iilence of Mcliola llunsai'ker. lu Luke
li1llt;!iu precinct, on Satunluv,.lanuitrv :jf.t, a. i.
At slotu of IViirUsnp lu First Cairo precinct, on
Moaday, I'Hliruiirv 'Jnd. A. n, ishii.
At the ottioe of M J. Howie), c.liile ajetit lu
Hecnnd Cairo preclni t, ou Tiiesdjr. February llrcl,
A. D. i:w.
At atom house of Fnirii k Fit ziTni.t, on corner of
11th street and Commercial Avunue, In Third Cairo
precinct, on Wednesday, Fchruury Itli, A ll 1MMO.
Al tore bouse or Ernest II lvtlt, In Klllh Cairo
nriw ilict, on Thursday, Februaiy Mh, A D. Ihmii.
At 1ft court bouse, iu Fourih Cairo precinct, from
thu tltlt toll tlnya uf'Fubrtiury. A. li. issn.
HJicrlff anil Collector nf Alevandet Co., Ills.
Uatutl HiU, Cairo, 111., Jau. W, lMu. u
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LOCAL RE POUT.
SIONAI. 0KI'l. I
Caiko, 111., February 1 iBSii. (
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vernlure. Kt; Kuliilall I 4:1 Inch.
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8er.'t Slcnal Corps. V. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE
to go for boots iinil shoes cither to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought his
stock of boots and shoes, leather and find
ings betore the late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. Po not fail to call whim in need of
goods in his line.
The Casino Society will give a grand mas
querade ball at Washington hall, Tuesday
evening, February 17th. The committee in
charge will spare no pains to make this a
grand success and can assure all who at
tend an evening pleasantly spent. No
improper characters will lie admitted.
This will be the last masquerade ot the
season. Tickets fifty cents
By Order of the Society,
Coin, of Arrangment.
For the information of parents whose
children are troubled with whooping cough
unci who wish to bring them to the gas
works to inhale fumes from lime fresh from
the purifier, we will say that this morning
we will open the purifier at about !) a. m.,
and all are invited to bring their children,
or send a box or basket, and we will give
them, to take to their homes, some of the
strong smelling lime fumes, which is
said to have a beneficial ellVct in cases of
whooping cough. 11. T. Gkkoi'lu, Supt.
liuowN's Houskiiold P.vn.vcf.a is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and ail
aches, and is the great reliever of puin,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should he
in every family. A teuspoonful of the Pan
aeett in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred I. taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2o cts. a buttle.
Mini Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to" the mot delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating- worms, so hurtful
to children. Twentv-live cents a box.
From a Distinoi isiikd Physician.
Prof. Green, a distinguished allopathic phy
sician, wrote to the Medical Record, of At
lanta, Ga., to the ell'ect that after all other
means had failed, he sent for the Kidney
Cure, (Sate Kidney and Liver Cure), ami to
his astonishment cured a serious ca-e of
Iii'iglit's Disease by administering it, and
afterwards found it equally beneficial in
other cases. He advised his brother physi
cians to use it in preference to anything
else for kidnev disorders.
Sthaikoiid, Out. 1, !.T4.
Having become almost entirely cured of
extreme debility through the use of Fel
lows' Compound Syrup ot Ilypophosphkes,
I feel it but just to put the fact on record.
My case had resisted all-vther medicines,
but succumbed to three bottles of Fellows'
Hypophosphites. Cn.vs. II. Rokkhton.
The discovery of tho circulation of the
blood was an important event in the history
of mediciuc: but if the blood be full of
impurities, its circulation, which Provi
dence intended as a blessing, proves a bane.
Hence we shmild cleanse the blood with
Scovill's Blood and Liver Syiup if we
would be healthv.
Mits, PviiTiNO'ioN say don't take anv ol'
the quack rostrums; us they are regimental
to the human cistern; but put your trust in
Hop Bitters, which will cure general dilap
idation, costive habits and all comic dis
eases, Thev saved Isaac from a severe ex
tract of tripod fever. They are the ne plus
untiin ol mcilicmcK,-- Ioston (ilnbe.
One Box on Siv Hiitti.i-m. If vim nv
sulfering from a combination uf liver or
kidney discuses, und constipation, do not
inn to use Hit! ceiciira'eil Kidney-W ort. I
is a (Ire cotniiound as eusilv orntiureil ns i
. i i i
cup ot colii c, and in one pack ago is as
uiucii mciiicint! as can lie bought in six ilo.
lar botth s of oilier kinds,
I MiH'ered fearfully with swollen joints
went on crutches, (Hod every remedy with
out sueces.s iiile Liniment. lodnle Ammo
nia cured me. Thomas McDonnell. 17f
Wll'ingon st,, Montreal. Giles' Pills cures
liver complaint. Sold bv all druggists
Send tor piimphlet. Dr. Giles. 120 West
Broad ny, 4N. Y. Trial u 20 ceiiU.
(SENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
What's in 11 name "ranch" for in
stance? Chief Lallue is after thu teamsters
who have no licer.s.
Mr. Wolf, of the firm of Putier & Co,,
is again down with sickness.
Mrs. Webb who was reported seriously
ill some daysjago is convalescent.
Don't forget that the Stuttz star com
pany appears at the Atheneum to-night.
Readable editorial matter will be
found on our second page and river news
on our third.
Judge Browning holds court in Go!
conda, Pope county, next. He goes there
directly from here.
Not less than six divorce cases were
disposed of by the circuit court yesterday.
The divorce was granted in each case.
Our friend John P. Marnell has gone
to St. Louis in search of the philosopher's
stone or a piece of calico. So rumor has it.
Miss Sarah Anderson, of Vienna, who
has been in tho city visiting the family of
Mr. Wui. Wolfe, returned home yesterday
Miss Ida Dashiell and her brother
Harry, of Columbus, Miss., are iu the city
fbra tew days' visit to their aunt, Mrs. Dr.
Circiut court convened at the usual hour
yesterday and adjourned at 3 :!!0 o'clock p.
m., haviug disposed ot all the cuses that were
ready for trial.
While in the court room yesterday Mr.
E. F. Davis was given an opportunity to
consult with his council. Priion life does
not seem to ell'ect htm seriously.
People who ascribe Mr. Tilden's recent
seclusion ot himself from society to failing
health are wrong. This is leap year, and
the wise man taketh no chances.
There was a run away on Commercial
yesteday about which we learned no par
ticulars. It is said the team made quite a
distance down the avenue before it was
Last night being Friday night, the
usual meeting of the Reform club was held
in the Tenth street hall. Being unable to
be present, we know nothing about the
A negro boy, who arrived in this city
a few weeks ago and who it is said walked
all the way lrotn Arkansas dieJ up town
yesterday. He will doubtless have to be
buried by the county.
Sherifl Jack Hodges has about half a
dozen prisoners left iu the jail who will lay
over until next term of court They were
not tried at this term, because they were
not ready for trial.
We hear ot several farmers who broke
up meadow land during January. Such
labor is nther unusual during this season
of the year, even in the garden spot of
The political questions are approach
ing a settlement, and it has already been
Idinitely settled that the ''Faultless" is
the bet five cent cigar ever sold in this
market. For sale by F. Korsemyer.
Postal cards are issued exclusively by
the department. Cards' issued by private
parties containing auy written matter hav
iug the nature of a personal correspondence
etinnot pass through the mails at less than
Mr. John Clancy has lately consider-
ii'uly improved the appearance of his sa
loon which he keeps in connection with his
grocery. It has received a general over
hauling and is, although small, quite a
The members of the city council were
to have met in tli" council chumbcr last
niuht and talkd over sanitary atfairs, but
owing to the disagreeableness cf the
weather no quorum was obtained and hence
no meeting held.
The last masquerade of the season ut
Washington Hall next Tuesday night, by
the Cairo Casino society. The committee
are t'ne right kind of men to engineer
it sueces-fully. No improper characters
will be admitted.
The steamer Champion leaves St. Louis
for this point to-day. A dispatch was sent
her from here last night, telling her to
wait a few hours longer to receive several
car loads of groceries for Cairo merchants.
She is due here Sunday afternoon,
The burning out of a flue of one of the
residences on Ninth street, belweeu Wal
nut and Washington, caused tho ringing of
the fire bells yesterday morning. The (ire
wus extinguished before the engines arrived
und br.'ore any damage was done.
At the last meeting of the council Mr.
.!. S. McGahev received the contract for fur
nishing the city with the necessary lumber
for the construction of sidewalks, Tim
contract is not for the fiscal year, but fur
six mouths, we believe.
Owiiig to the disagreeableness of the.
weather, the committee appointed at tho
mass meeting lust Monday night, to canvass
the city and ask for aid for Ireland's poor,
has found it impossible to see our citizens.
At no distant day, however, they will be
The editor of the Sun is bothered
about the "practicability" of lighting our
street lamps and his zeal for having them
lighted caused him to so far forget himself
yesterday as to refer to our old and lament
ed frit'ud Webster. A mo-t dcsiruble thing
would bo the hanging up of a lantern in
the cranium of our dear brother of the
quill, in order that his brain may bo illum
inated. This would prove a greater bless
ing to our people than tho lighting of ull
our street lamps and the man who will hire
a cheap boy and have the ob performed
will go down to posterity honored and
sung by the bards of generations yet un
born. Pittsburg Charley we know no other
name for the young man was yeterday
fined five dollars and costs for refusing to
assist in extinguishing the fire at the box
factory the other night. A number of
other persons, charged with the same
offense, were before Squire Coinings, but
The prisoner -who received a number
of severe cuts in tho head from his fellow
prisoner, Lee Meyers, is, if his extraordin
ary appetite is an indication of his condi
tion, again O. K. His proud stomach, if he
has ever had one, lias become exceedingly
humble aud takes into itself not a few of
the luxuries which our sheriff makes it a
habit to place before his prisoners.
The New York Herald has started a
subscription fund for the relief of the suffering-
in Ireland, heading the list with
100,000 ! E. A. Buck, editor of the Spirit
of the Times, has contributed J 1,000 to that
fund, and makes a stirring appeal to his
subscribers in behalf of starving Ireland.
Undoubtedly the Herald fund will attain
very large proportions.
Mr. Walton W. Wright has assumed a
half interest in the boat store of Capt. G.
I). Williamson. While the old firm was
one of the most reliable and popular in
this part of the state, this change can only
make it more so. Mr. Wright is a young
man of much business activity and has es
tablished for hitnselt an enviable reputa
tion in this community. The firm as it
now is will enjoy the greatest confidence of
all who may have any dealings with them.
City Clerk Foley is filling the office he
now holds to the general satisfaction of
everybody. Having served our people in
the capacity of alderman from the Fourth
ward before he was elected to fill the city
clerk's office, he was thoroughly acquainted
with the run of the city's businesss and
hence was posted from the start and had but
little to learn after entering upon the dis
charge of his duties.
Bradley, the colored servant of the
Lord, did not receive a hearing at this term
of the circuit court and it is possible that
he may not receive a hearing now until
some time in May. He expresses himself
perfectly willing to go the penitentiary lor
perjury or anything else if the Lord so de
sires, but confidently believes that he will
be spared to our people for a numlier of
vears to come, in order that he may labor
in the vineyard of the Lord in Egypt.
The case of John Conners for appropri
ating to his use hogs which are claimed by
John Adams, was day lef'ore yesterday
culled in the circuit court. The jury in the
case was out all night and yesterday morn
ing came into court and reported that they
were unable to agree. This being the state
of affairs the case will conic up for trial
again at the next term of the circuit court.
Conners is a negro who lives on Thirty
fouith street ami Adams lives on Dr.
Wood's farm, above this city.
The Mt. Carrael Register says that the
special election, held in that burg on Tues
day lust resulted in a victory tor the Blue
Ribbon ticket by a majority of 2'5 in the
Third ward, and 27 in the Second ward.
24'i votes were polled in the two wards.
The bliie ribbon folks were well organized
and do.ie their work iu a systematic man
ner. Their rallying committees were nu
merous and large. The opposition made no
particular efforts for success and to this, of
course, must be attributed their defeat.
At the last meeting of the city council
all the npoits of justices of the peace, were
referred to the city attorney for approval,
with instructions to report to the city coun
cil at its next meeting. The report of the
citv attorney, presented last Tuesday, re
ported Osboru's und Robinson's reports ().
K but requested that "Justice Coining'
report lie referred back to him fir correc
tion us I (the city attorney) find a large
numlier of fines collected by him which
have not been reported."
Dubuque Telegraph: A large amount
of ice is being shipped from this point, at
present, to cities iu the south. Ten car
loads of the cold substance were shipped
for Cairo this morning over the Illinois
Central railroad. The great trouble has
been that the railroad company has been
unable to furnish a sufficient number of
cars to accommodate the ice shippers. Tho
call from , every station along the entire
line is for more cars. The business of the
Illinois Central is booming us never before
at this time of the year.
A man named , Davis, a subject of
CJiiocn Victoria, writes to Mayor Harrison,
of Chicago, that his business is that of
driving a coach and that ho would not be
above driving for "the lord mayor of Chica
go," He is out of money und would like a
passnge ticket sent him, the value to w re
tained out of his wages when earned.
Since Mr, Han'isonhas been slow in mak
ing up his mind about the mutter, our own
mayor Mayor Thisllewoud has under
consideration tho project of buying a coach
in order to accommodate this modest Eng
lishman with a position.
Pope County Demociat: "Whatever
elso may be charged to tho mild winter
weather of the past six weeks, one thing is
certain the hens have b:en sold out.
Hero in the dead of winter, eggs are only
ten cents when they ought to bo twenty;
ami why? Because the hens huvo been,
ever since Christmas, laboring under the
impression that spring hud come ami the
poor deluded creatures have been juying
for dear life, frying to get rid of their quota
of eggs before setting time. Now when
setting time comes, tho hens will bo plumb
fagged out, too tired to sel.und as there's no
ilepeudence to bo put ia roosters for that
kind of work, tho probabilities are that no
body but nabobs and bloated bondholders
will be able to eat broiled spring chicken."
An American not a German this time
-lost thirty dollars (all the money he had;
night before last, aud this is the way it
happened. It was on his way up from the
south, uboard the City of Alton, that he
formed the acquaintance of a genial young
man, who look an unusual liking to him.
They had been iu constant company of
each other lrom the time they first met in -til
this port was reached. When at mid
night, the Alton touched our wharf, the
"genial stranger" asked Ins friend for thir
ty dollars, saying he wanted the money to
pay the freight on some good he had
aboard the boat. The pocket book with all
its contents was ut once handed him und
no security asked, and it was not until three
o'clock in the morning that the careless
stranger realized that a "game" hud been
played upon him. He had been warned
not to trust strangers only five minutes be
fore he loaned his money and is now in tho
city penniless and in search of work.
The city council of New Orleans, at its
last meeting passed a resolution.e.vtendingan
invitation to General Grant to visit that
city on his return from Mexico. Could
this be construed even by the most hysteri
cal, as an echo of the Grant "boom," or as a
performance having any kind of political
significance whatever, it might be criticised
with greater or less justice. But the in
vitation proceeds from officials who were
themselves political opponents of the ex
president, and who are likely to be opposed
to him again should he again appear us a
candidate, and must b clnssed us simply
the welcomeaud courtesy freely extende 1 by
a great city to a man who has been twice
honored with the highest trust which the
peopleof one of the fotemost nations of the
world could bestow.
- Our draymen are dissatisfied. Tin y
ure not violent iu their expressions of dis
content, but they feel juith-il in protesting
against the privilege ubowed the merchants
and manufacturers of the city, to run di :is
and delivery wagons of their own and
charge their customers for such service,
without being required to pay iicense thi'ie
for. They claim that said merchants, etc.,
do as much dam age to the M reels und
crossings as they do and should therefore
be made to contribute something besides
street lax to help keep tle'iu iu repair.
However good this may sound from a dray
man's stand-point, there are two sides to the
question and while it does not seem exactly
right at first glance, that merchants should
be permitted 1 1 charge their customers for
drayage performed by their own team
without pay in $ drayman's license, yet there
may be other considerations which if given
proper weight may change that state of the
A dispatch says that some forty o i l
counties were represented in a meeting in
Springfield, on the llth iwst., by about
twenty-five gentlemen of the Republican
patty claiming to represent the Republican
county committees of thecountie for which
they answered. The meeting was called
ostensibly to inaugurate a mode of general
county organization for the state, und after
incubating all day resolutions wore adopted
recommending that each county com
mittee conUt of one member from each
township and that township committees
consist of a similar organization running
down to school districts. After an all-day's
session this, save much patriotic talk, was
all that came of the meeting. The real
end sought l.y the gathering was to inaugu
rate "bo mis" for various candidates for
places on the state ticket. This failed iu
consequence of the few present, as there are
more candidates than there were
persons iu attendance at the meeting; con
sequently there was not "boom" enough to
go uroiind. The only thing of consequence
developed by this meeting is the Intensity
of tho tight that is sure to tuke place in
Republican conventions this year. It crop,
ped out in every direction to-day, and when
candidates are chosen for state offices a con
test will occur the bitterness of which was
never before witnessed iu Republican con
ventions in Illinois.
A Down Town Merchant having passed
several sleepless nights, disturbed by the
agonies and cries of a buffering child, and
becoming convinced that Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup was just the article needed,
piociirod a supply for tho child. On reach
ing home und acquainting his wife with
what he had done, she refused to have it
administered to the child, as she was
strongly iu favor of honuppatliy. That
uight the child passed in sulfering, and tho
parents without sleep. Returning home
the following day, the father found tho baby
still worse; and while contemplating an
other sleepless uight, the mother stepped
from the room to atle.nd to some domestic
duties, and left the father with tho child
During her absence he administered a por'
tion of the Soothing Syrup to the baby, and
said nothing. That night all hands slept
well, and the little fellow awoke in tho
morning bright mid happy. The mother
was delighted with the sudden und wonder
ful change, and although ut. first offended
ut the deception practiced upon her, has
coutiuued to use the Syrup, and. suffering
crying babies aud restless nights have dis
appeared. A single trial of tho Syrup nev
er yet failed to relievo the baby, and over
come the prejudices of the nioth'T. Sold
by all druggists. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
AT TflE PLANTERS' HOUSE.
R. Hawkins, Patoka, III,; W. IC, McKim
ley, Cincinnai; Rob't Gray, Flora; Rich
ard Cheney, St. Louis; N. Height, St.
Louis; Mrs. Kate Johnson, Paducuh;
G. H. Barnum and wife, St. Louis; A. Meis
enheimer. Dongola; F. Williams, Sterling,
Ills.; W. M.Visen, Puducuh; P. C. Wright,
Paducuh; ,1. P. Will. St. Louis;
Miss Hogan, Charleston, Missouri;
P. IF. Cole. Chesy V.ile, Kan.; Mrs. Bui
nett and sister, Viiiceiines; L. L. C. Bart
let, l'opular Bluff: V. L. Williams, Clove
land, O.; Alex. K. Dunn, St. Louis; Geo.
L. Taylor, St. Louis; C. T. Bowers, Clinton,
From the Sturgis, Mich., Weekly: Mi.
John Brast, living in Sherman township,
informed us a few days ago that his feet
had been so terrible i'mst bitten that he
could hardly Maud the pains caused there
by. He happened to think of St. Jacohs
Oil which he always keeps handy
rubbed his feet twice with the remedy, and
the pain disappeared entirely. lie u"t
only values Sr. Jacob's Oil as an unex
celled remedy for a great many other
painful diseases, to which mankind" is sub
ject, but he also asserts that it is really in
valuable for the many diseases I'lors-M and
sioek are subject to, and which so often
play havoc with the prospects of the furucr
and stock raiser.
HOW WILL THIS Do:
Five lb Note Heads as low as f . per l.O.n.
Ten lb Letter Heads as low as ! 71 r
Imperial Bill Heads as low as f J ;i"r
Bills Lading as low as ..; 30 per 1.0'in.
Envelops and printing $2 .10 1 1 $1 00
At The Bi i.lktin job office.
THE cei.eiui.viei .I.V- KIMNK LoTHiN
J kivi's im in .-illtt 1 1- r-licl. und a rein i! cure r-.r
Ulicuiimtisiii. Neuralgia. M daria.
Int-htlieria, I'le timoiiia. SireTliro.it
liillaiiiinatuii of the I. tint's. V.r.-..
I. inn'. Bark. liitlsiuiiiHt'iPii ( tl.f Ki'lne. ; ,. k
lielie. I'll,., Bullion, or Nirelien. of the I.-.-t frie'l
whatever cause. Burns or M uM.. und aH li.rt .nun
ton iieai-s " Sapani: !e" w !li piiw lift. J i.j Li. it
Iie.'lei I to buy II bottle,
liar lllumihitleil circular- seiit free on appllrafoii
We i.'ii.rantee atiffni'llon or Dinner rsfumle!
I'rb '. Nic. mid H per Imii e
Trial bottle ir,c
SaV: ri. (It "ii. v A CoMI'am .
I'roprietiir. 'i:7 llmadway. New Vn.-I,
Trade supplied by Murrl-.m. I'luuiuaer A Co
rJpHE CITY NATIONAL BAN
( ':iiro, Illinois..
CAPITA L. 1 00,000
W. P. ll.VI.l.IDAV. President.
II. L. ll.VI.l.IDAV. Vice I're.tderil.
J. II. SMI I'll. Actio Cashier.
HTAAT TA VMiR. W. P. MAl.t.IllAT.
I1ENUY I.. IIAI.I.IlnV, I.. II. I'l'SNINollAM,
M. II. WIl.l.tANsoN, STXIMIEN HIKO.
H. II. CAMlKK.
F.xcliaiire, Coin und United States Bonds
liuL'OHT AND SULD.
I)op.iitrecelved and a iretiera! banking hu'in'
QAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
THREE aliljl STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 10, the bout will uiake
the followinu trips:
I.EAVKs I.XAVI I.K.We
Foot Fourth t Missouri Liind'c. Kentucky Ld'fj.
H H. III.
Ill It ".
'.' p. 111.
I p. 111.
S::io a. in.
lil::l a. m.
'J: )0 p. in.
! a. iu.
11 a. in.
a p in .
r p. iu
3 p. in
i p, m.
) A TESTS
Obliiined for new Invention, or for Improvements
mi old une; lor medli iil or other compounds, trade
mark and labels. Caveat. Assignments, Inter
feretices, Appeals, Suits for liil'riiiKomciit, and
all cue itrllnn under the I'uteiit Law, prompt
ly iitletiiled In. Invention Hint have beeu
)V M,f1Tr,n,lJ',ljl' I'l'tent Ollice innv still,
JVli'l J H' la most case, be patented by
tiM, Belni! opposite the V. N. Patent Department,
and utigaKml In Patent business exclusively, we can
tniike closer searches, mid secure Pulents more
promptly, and with brimder claims, than those who
are remote from Wiishliiirton,
I VVUVlt'l IPV send u a model or sketch of
11 V Till 1 ViVO your device! we make ex
Hinlliiitlons ami advise a to patentability, free of
rhiii'M. All correspondence strictly coiilldeiitlal .
Price low, iiinl no c)nire utiles Pntcut Is-securud.
Wc1 r"l'er In Washington, to Hon Poslmiisnir
(leneriil I). M. Key, Her. F, D. Power. Thu Oerman
American National Hank, to ollleliil In the II. S.
Patent Ofllct), and to Senator and llepreeiitallvea
In CniiRre! and espetliilly In our cllunl III every
Htiitu lu the Uuloa und iu Ciumdii. Aililrou
O. A. SNOW to CO.,
Opposite Patent onicu, Washlnntou V. C .