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THE DAILY IWJjLETIN,
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Parties owing taxes can pay without
cost until April 1st, when I am compelled
by law to advertise property tor taxes. ,
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W , - -j0HS Hodes, Sheriff. '
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
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EXCURSION TO NORTHWESTERN
The Illinois Central R. R. will run a
land excursion to Storm Lake, Cherokee
and LeMirs, Iowa, leavins Cairo at 4 :30
p. m. Monday, April 3d. Fare round trip
only $15. Return tickets good lor 30 days
For prices of lands and further information
inquire of J. II. Jones, ticket agent, Cairo.
A. Booth's Extra. Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
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writes a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is the
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specific action on tho liver, bowels and
kidneys. If you have those symptoms
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure it and use
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggists. Salt Lake City Tribune
The Snow of Mont Blane
is not whiter than teeth that are daily rub.
bed with Sozodont, and coral gathered in
'ocean depths, cannot surpass the hue of
gums freed from spongincss by the same
salutary agent. American ladies visiting
foreign lands, excite tho admiration of be
holders and tho envy of their transatlantic
sisters, with the surprising excellence of
their tncth. When asked to what they owe
. this chnrm, they murmor tho talismanic
word Bozodontl t '
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bft mired bv tmintr WrlffVit'a Indian VWera..
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Oyer 200,000 Howe Scales havo been
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& Co., General Agents, St. 'Louis, Mo. (8)
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notleal ta tfeM colon bj. ua mu Mr Una.
aeh laiarliOB. Markad
County court has-adjourned until the
. second Monday in July.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Milium returned
from their visit to Richmond, Virginia
. Thursday. V
-Judge Blatchford bat been confirmed
by the federal senate as assoclato Justice o
f the fedora) supreme wurt. . , . .
THE DAILY ; CAIRO BULLETIN; , SATURDAY v MORNING. 31 ARCH'
, The steamer Lessie B., with a cargo
of 290 bales ,of cotton, was burned near
Shereveport, La. Thursday.
Mr. Phelps, tho Eighth street photo
grapher, has been taking views of differeut
parts of the city within"the last few days.
Mr. M. F. jQomcz, of Paducah, con
nected for some time with tho News of that
city, Is in Cairo, and will take charge of the
bindery of Messrs. Baughman & Ellis.
The wife of Sergeant Mason arrived in
Washington Thursday, and was. handed
nearly 13,000 which had been contributed
for her benefit. "
All persons holding claims against the
city which were allowed at the last two
meetings of the city touncil, can now re
ceive vouchers ' for tbem by applying to
City Clerk Foley.
A negro named Henry Moore, rouster
on the Steamer Cons. Miller, fell from tho
boat into the river near llickmau Thurs
day and was drowned. Efforts were made
to roscuo him, but they were futile.
Tho counting room of The Bclletix
is, for tho present, in the offlce of Messrs.
Cunningham & Smith, on Ohio levee, where,
from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. orders should be left,
during other times favors' should be sent
to the office on Commercial avenue, ever
Frszier's shop. tf.
The body of a negro supposed to be
one of two who wero drowned near tho Wa
bash incline about a month ago, was dis
covered Thursday evening not far from
where they went in. Coroner Fitzgerald
was notified and he held an inquest and
had the remains buried at the county "ex
pense." " 1 I
the quarterly "meeting that was ; to
havo been held at Mound City by Rev.
Scarrctt, has been postponed one week, at
the special request of the Pastor, Rev. II.
A. Doty. This will allow the Cairo Pastor
to be in his place to morrow (though other
wise announced) and the regular services
will be held in the Methodist church
morning and evening as usual.
No punishment was ever meted out to
the principal offenders in the matter of the
publication of tho Morcy letter forgery.
The rascals were not hunted down. But
Joseph Hart, who was responsible for its
publication, has just been elected a mem
ber of the republican central committee for
New York City. In matters of this kind
the public hasn't long memory. A year ago
Hart couldn't have been elected bog reeve.
The negro Wm. Jackson, who has
been in the marine hospital station for some
time past with an injury of the abdomen,
received by a violent thud from a skid on
the steamer Baton Rouge, and was subse
quently taken down with small-pox, the
germs of which he had contracted befo.-o
arriving here, is still in a precarious con
dition, and may succomb. Yesterday ho
was in an almost hopeless condition. All
the otlrcr patients of tho marine station,
and in fact of the hospital, aro in good con
dition and will recover.
The colored voters of Springfield have
rebelled against tho republican : party and
nominated colored candidates for every
city office except attorney. Tho colored
voters of Cairo have also rebelled, in years
gone by, against tho republican party; but
they havo never been ablo to muster up
the courage to act independently. In the
matter of a truly independent spirit and a
courage to throw off the galljng, humiliat
ing party yoke by means of which they are
made every few years to draw on to vic
tory the republican chariot coutaiuing only
tho favored few of their white republican
masters, tho Cairo and Alexander county
negroes are certainly sadly dtficient.
At this point the Ohio river stood at
forty-two feet three inches at one o'clock,
and at forty-two feet ono and a quarter
inches at six, yesterday evening. Tho fall,
during tho twenty-four hours ending at tho
first named hour, was ten inches. The
changes at tho other points during tho
same period of timo wuro as follows : Chat
tanooga, fall of ono inch ; Cincinnati, rise of
two feet two inches; Louisville, rise of one
foot ; St. Louis, fall of four inches. Tho
total rise at Cincinnati, since tin beginning
of the present swell, was twenty-five feet
up to yesterday noon. It is likely that a
decline will be reported from thero and
from Louisville by to morrow. ;
A general fall characterized tho tem
perature of the northwest during tho
twonty-four hours ending at two o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Tho average tem
perature at twenty different points includ
ing Cairo, was forty-four degrees above,
zero. It stood below the freezing point at
LaCrossc, Bismark and St. Paul, tho low
est being at the latter place, nineteen ahovo
zero. At other points it rangod from
thirty-two to seventy. The sky was mostly
clear and neither rain nor snow was reported
from anywhere. Tho greatest wind forco
was twoDty two miles per hour at Dodgo
City; tbo next was ninotcdti miles per hour
at North Platte and the next was sixteen
miles per hour at Chattunooga, In direc
tion tho wind varied gres'ly. '
A real Indian was the subject of much
bservation and conversation at tho saloon
of Mr. Joseph Steagalo yesterday ofternoon.
He is tho son of a noted Cherokee chief
living in St. Louis, and is known as W. A.
Ross, which it a literal translation of his
Indian name, Mica Moca. Ho has lived
among clvilir.ud cnucassians for a number
of years; ho speaks seven languages, the
English very fluently; he cau rend and
write, and is generally ruCncd aud willed-
Ucated.;. Hishomoisin San Diego, Cli
fornis, and ho Is hero to meet his sister,
who has been attending college " at 'Nash
ville; Tcna., for si yoars. " Uo Is : a tall,
bony, but tolerably regular featured man;
darkcomplexiooed.romao nosed, black-eyed
and black-baired, inclined to -curliness; he
was pressed well sod had : tho manners of
a gentleman. Ho and Ins sister will proo-
lyloave for their home to-morrow,
Tbeiipo water took a tumblo yester
day ' and the night before which could
bo noticed in all parts of tho city, but more
particularly in the vicinity of the seweis
Near the Fourth street sewer the water
had fallen fully three and a half inches dur
ing the twenty-four hours endiog at about
twelve o'clock yesterday, in other portions
of the citv ft fell on an average of one and
a half inches during the same period of
timo. As stated in yesterday's Bixletis
the Cincinnati and Louisville rises will uot
effect this point to an extent, to necessitate
the closing of the sewers, or to even cause
any material check in the rapidity with
which the sipe water is making its exit
through them. It is probable that all ttu
sewers will bo opened Sunday or Monday.
Paducah News, Thursday: . 'This
forenoon the old. Juny residence, out on
the Mayfield road opposite tho fairgrounds,
together with a barn which stood about
sixty-five feet off, was'burned to theground.
The house was occupied by a colored family
who were caring for it, and they lost nearly
all of their effects. At the time ot the fire
all the family but an old man were out in
the field. The fire started in the kitchen
roof, and wss very likely caused by a defec
tive flue. The house burned belonged to
Mr. M. O. Juny, and was s good two-story
building, worth about 1 1,000. It it was
insured the fact could J not be learned by
diligent inquiry. Mr. Juny, the owner Is
in Cairo." Mr. Juny will have tho sympa
thy of his Cairo friends of whom there are
not a few.
The many patrons of tho popular dry
goods house of J. Burger will be interested
in tlie fact that Mr. Samuel Burger, who
went east some days ago for the purpose of
purchasing a line of spring and summer
goods, met with unprecendented success
while there, and has returned home to await
and arrange for the arrival of his goods.
Ho found the eastern bouses crowded with
well assorted, magnificent stocks: he visited
all the principal emporium) and chose the
best and the handsomest from all the grand
array, which he was amply ablo to do by
reason of bis long experience in the dry
goods business. Because of tho uncertain
condition of things at home, he ordered
that the goods be placed in readiness for
shipment and held for further orders; but
now they are on their way here, and ae
expected to arrive soon. It would be well,
therefore, if persons desiring to make pur
chases of anything in the dry goods line,
would wait to examine Mr. Burger's ele
gant new stock. It.
Whn the steamer Three States landed
at Wickliffe last Sunday afternoon about
three o'clock, with colors flying, brass baDd I
playing and crowded with a gay company
of Cairoitee, the people of that littlo burg
were engaged in devotional services in the
little church of he place; tho preacher oc
cupied the pulpit and was exhorting them
in tbo usual way, and they wero no doubt
deeply interested in tho discourse and
would, under ordinary circumstances, have
remained quietly in their scats for hours.
But a brass band was not an ordinary cir
cumstance; tho first clarion note which
reverbcratcd'throughthe hills and gulches of
the little town, sut the hearts of tho littlo
congregation to beating wildly, sent tho
blood foainiog through their vains, sent
their devotion scampering away, and
brought them all out to the river bank, fol
lowed at some distanco by the smiling
preacher, who was not at all displeased at
being worsted, in a fair contest for tho at
tention of the people, by a Cairo' brass
A very nice littlo aff iir occurred at tho
warehouse of Messrs. Hinkle, Mooro &
Hinklo last night. It wsb a special meet
ing of tho whilom Vigilance committee,
which was announced in these columns Buy:
eral days ago, and it' was called . fpr the
purpose of honoring one ot the members of
the committee for bis energy and general
meritorious services during the) lato tin
plensantnots. A goodly number of the
members, of tho committee was present,
and at the opportune timo Cuplaia V.'M,
WilllaBis, with a short well-worded,
appreciate speech, presented to Mr.
Stephen Bradley . a handsome gold
headed cane, in token of appreciation
of his good services as a member of the
organization in timo of danger. ' Mr.
Bradley wos taken completely by surprise
and with difficulty found words to express
his thanks. The meeting then adjourned
to a neighboring saloon, where Mr. BraJly
"set 'em up'' for tho crowd, and then all
departed for their respective homes.
For some reason tho following clumsily
worded surmise, indistinctly mumbled forth
by Old Lady Argus of Thursday evening,'
escaped our notice: "Tho railroad editor
of tho morning paper is fquntting down
to tho work ot making up nn 'issuo
for the approsohlng city election. Ills plan
evidently is to eudeavor to make a diversion
that will onablo to got iu Ms work ntid
liesd off any ticket in sympathy with itha
resolutions adopted at llio Mx-pnyeiV moct
ing." TUB ButiKBTtH. or the "railroad cd
itur,"8 .vou.pleas(;, dwiles Hint it or ho is
engaged in any attempt to make up any-
issue for any election, or that he is en
dearoring to head off any ticket in sym
pithy with any resolutions of any meeting.
Ho does not even recognize stfy reason for
such s maneuver. It is his understanding
that the resolutions adopted at tho tax pay
ers' meetings, and the actions of the several
.committees of those meetings, are in full
accord with tho present city council upon
tho matters relating to the Cairo and St.
Louis, or St. Louis and Cairo, or Amster
dam and St. Louis railroad company. Since
tho latest conference, when tho president of
this indefinite concern attempted, by falsa
statements upon material points, either
purposely or ignoranily made, to influence
the committee sgaiust the city council, this
committee has been strengthened, if any
thing, in Us support of that body. It is
furthermore the understanding of Tue
Bulletin, or tho "railroad editor," if you
please, that tho proceedings of the tax
payers' meetings, as published iu the Grand
mother's own columns, exclude all ides of a
"ticket" of any kind. The substitution of
the minority for th majority report of tho
committee of twenty-five, by which that
patent process resolution was "laid upon
table," did away with what little intention
there might have been to make nominations
fur the coming election. But it is to bo
infered from the language of the 01 1 Lidy,
that a secret effort is being made by those
whoso schemes were defeated in the rax
payers' meetings, to bring about a conven
tion to make nominations for the coming
city election. If we infer correctly, we
shall greatly enjoy the fun and can only
express our admiration of the courago and
perseverance with which some men and
some weak-minded old women can battle
in the face of discouraging circumstances
while stubbornly ignoring popular opinion
as forcibly expressed in repeated defeats.
AShawneetown correspondent, writing
to tho St. Louis Republican, under date of
Tuesday, says: "Devastation marks the
path of the flood, the highest known to the
oldest inhabltaut of the ancient village
Though the water has left the high ground,
yet there are miles of territory covered to a
depth of from two to ten feet, and from in
dications it will be some time before the
farmers can get to work that is, those
who aro able; but there is a Very small por
tion of them, unless material assistance is
rendered, that can put in a crop. An ex
tended visit over tho watered district ia
this (Qallatin) county and Union county,
Kentucky, besides interviews with the
leading farmers submerged, enables me to
say that daunge to this portion of the Ohio
valley is almost incalculable. Thero arc
tday two hundred families who, having,
lost their all, in niiny instance barely
escaping with their lives, sro absolutely
suffering for the requisites to sustenance,
but through the 'personal efforts
of our pbilantropic citizens their
wants, in parts, have been supplied.
A great sharo of the credit is duo our re
presentative, Hon. R. W.Townshand,for bis
indefatigable efforts in securing 200 tents
and 25,000 rations from tho government.
The distribution of rations by a coinmitto e
appointed commenced Monday morning,
and it was quite a sight to see them and
hear them answer tho numerous questions
to which, if satisfactory answers were
given, rations for one day to each member
of a family were issued. Among the num
ber we recognized several who have here
tofore been in good circumstances, and
who would have scorned the i lea of ask
ing for aid, but when hunger pinches and
children cry for broad with none to give,
assistance is generaliy acceptable. For
nearly four weeks there hive been about
100 families encamped on sorai high land
owned by Col. II. M. Peoples, a public
spirited gentleman, who has dono all in his
power to make the suffwrers comfortable.
Everyday boats of all descriptions contain
ing supplies wero sent, and frequontly in
chargo of the donor, and on last Sunday
quite a number of the citizens went out,
taking well-filled baskets, which, I can as
sure you, was quito a treat. After dinner
religious services wero held. An appro
priate discourse was delivered by Rev.
Henry Lowe, and was well worthy of at
tention. A fervent prayer was oflVrod,
after which a beautiful hymn was rendered.
Services were closed, and all returned homo
fueling that their timo had been well
THE C, St. L. & N. O. R. R.
Referring to tho recent unprecedented
floods of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers
and their tributaries, which has been at
tended with such disastrous consequences
to tho various railroads crossing tho river
at this place, we noto with surprise tho
energy pisplayed by our . neighbor on tho
east bank of tho river, Tho flood left tho
C., St. L. & N. O. R. R. with their track
heavily damaged as far south as Wickliffe,
with threo and half miles of embankment
badly washed out, all of which had to bo
cribbed and piled in a heavy current of
water (o re-establish thoir communication.
This bar been dono ' promptly, and the
road is again running to east Cairo. " In the
meantime, tho road has carried' all its
freight, and passOngolr trafllo oyer their
temporary river inclines, at Wick'llfTo and
Filmoro. .:, Although , their , misfortunes
havo boen -great, the fortuno of yond man
agement has certainly attended (hem, for
thoir communications have beou maintained
throughout tho flood, forwarding freight
and passenger trafflo.proinptlyontiwe with.
out interruption, and the rovl is now ready
to resume business at their old terminus,
Eaat Cairo. ' ' " '
THE LEVEE, SIPE WATER, ETC.
Mr. Editor: . . '
Considering tho state of my feelings for a
few weeks, I've kept silent as long as I
can without subjecting my physical ma
chinery to explosions. Another day of this
repression, and brother John would reap
the benefit of my life policy. -1 told him
so, but John has an cyo to buaioess, and
commanded me to sileuce. I told him I
was obliged to say something to somebody
about the levees, sipe water or owflow,
but the unthouhtful fellow scorned tho
idea of me knowing anything on these
subjects. Said that the committee knew
just exactly how to remedy every evil; and
did not want women to meddle In tho matter.
John said that to me, unflinchingly, , mind
you, when ho knew ho hulpud at the birth
of that "cross-levee" idea I This fact alono
should condemn him to silence the rest of
his life. It is blasphemy for my brother to
talk so when ho knows I am older than he,
and have lived inCairo ever since her en
terprise consisted of two suantits, a wood
yard, a fiat boat, a "dug-out" and two
goats. I havo breathed the malaria of this
place till chills and "rheuroatiz" can get
no hold on me, and now I'm as yellow and
tough as pine. When the "spring rise"
comes, I have tied a skiff to tho door for
thirty years regularly, in order to fleo to
high lands with my geese and bluo china,
should it bo necessary. Yet I know noth
ing about Cairo! Perhaps not. I'm pretty
sure of our thing and that is, if that cross
leveo business carries, and twelve or four
teen foot of sail bhck tbo doors and win
dows of the handsome residences
on twelfth street," that we will
have to enter them through sewers
p' pes, or through elevators on the roofs.
These arrangements would produce a re
markably aesthetic appeirnnce, and might
beguilo the romantic Oscar Wildu to our
shores, which would be no mean achieve
ment for a cross levee. We would cither
have to ''tunnel" the levees, or build bridges
for the ctrs to puss over or under. Either
way would be practicable.
Another problem with tho people is: now
to keep tho sipe water from c-ruing through
tho soil. I propose that we line tho town
with rubber. It will be cheap, neat and
not sandy. The raiu water can bu kept out
by raising a mammoth tarpaulin over the
city, and if t'lis be properly secured, the
people might find o place of safely on top
of it should the outside levees break. This
tarpaulin might also screen tho city (in its
present condition) from tho unfriendly gaz-j
of tho Chicago reporter, when ho is abroad
"seeking whom he may devour." There
are other suggestions that I could make,
but I will wait till I see some of these
engrafted into the "resolutions," which will
Before I close, I want to drop all non
sense and thunk Mr. L insden for the trou
ble ho took t hu.it up 6t m tny buainess
points regirdinour city and giving them in
such a compact shape t tho thinking peo
ple. I have the confidence in our iltiz. Ds
that they can manage the leveo buness
thoroughly as soon as they cua-w lean'ng
on broken props, and depend on thcinvl
ves. The matter is unquestionably ia tho
hands ofsoino of our nicest and best men.
Mr. Thrupp gavo them soma important
BUggestiouB, and I hope they will give them
proper consideration. I think ho is in
favor of pumps for the sipe water, and
pumps would surely be a remedy.
I amjproud that I belong to a community
whoso courage stood the test ot our late
danger. Every man did his duty, and some
wero actual heroes. In this connection I
would do injustice to my feelings did I not
mention tho name of W. P. Hallidny. I
feel safe iu saying that every intelligent or
sincere person in tho city will, bear mo out
in tho assertion that to his courage, energy
and determination do wo owu our preaeut
safety. When tho thousands of willing
hearts and haods but waited a leader to
success, no pride appeared until dipt.
Halliday caino to tho front. When he said
"como" tho anxious, restless army sprang
gladly forward, denying them-iolves rest,
food or comfort. When tho levees wero
torn by slides and tho labor of many an
xious hours seemed thrown away, tho
stoutest hearts lost hopo. But their daring
leader sprang in the watery breach and
shouted "come on lads, the river shall mot
como in I"
These bravo words inspired his lollowers
with hops, and they wrestled with the
water-fiend face to faco 'till it fell into its
bud, wuak, conquered and powerless.
In its courago this brave buttle t-qualcd
that of tho "Light Brigades" with its
valiant six hundred. Had wo a poc)
among us, it would ba his duty to i minor
talizethuscone iu song saod ,boys and all.
I hope I will not incur ('apt. Halliday's
displeasure by this slight rufereuco to his
merits, He dislikes public attention so
much tltift I'vo no doubt ho would gladly
turn our gratitude from himself to some
falsojiero If ho could. And, he being a
good" general, could so turn uj if any one
could. We might at least pretend .Admira
tion for some imaginary lender, Just to show
our disposition to oblige. In .fact ho las
been so kind to us that wo um willing to
bo agreeable In almost anyway, save 'litter
-llcnco. And, wo'dllko to Hhuw our apprui
clatiouby making him a justico of tho
poaco, if ho bo ambitious that way, or by
presenting hliu with apluthi mug.
John's coming, end will be sure to say
I've said just abut I ought not, If bo sees
it; while I feel confident my letter couldn't
be improvod. Yours,
Miss Nancy Hill.
"One must be poor to know the Vuxury
of giving." That may be so, but Wo thin
anybody can enjoy tho luxury of giving his
fellow-sufferer a bottle of Dr. Bulls' Cough
oyrup to cure niscoiign
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LIST Or LKTTERS HEHALKIKO rjHCALLXO
FOn IS THR rOBTOKKICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
8ATUIIDAY, MAltCU 25,1882.
Barnett, Mary t Bell, Emma
Brown, Sarah Buckoer, Celia
Clark, Anner" . Cole, Lin nie K '
Cardon, Mrs v. ' Doyen, M S ' :
Donahue, Ellen Fox, Msry Ann
Farron, Jano , Ilaislip, Susan
Harrington, Ellen A Hill, America
Henly, Angly Harden, Fanny
Johnson, Rebeka J Kcleher, M
Lanner, Bell Mitchell, Msry (col)
Powers, Vellan.. Parker Mary
Richcson, Funnio Simpson, Julia
Wheeler, Ann Williams, JeBnio
Wifey, Clarissa Whito, Alice
Young, Laura. .
Bui lard, W M Brongers, James
Britten. Eddie Brown. Chat
Uutler, Al'Hrt .
Chase, II II
Dickinson. Rubin 4 Dean. S
Dye, Wm Eddy. II J
Fetter, John Fay, F E
Fulton, Bert ' Graves, Tom O ..
uatjs, John - Oooch, C 8 "
Hardin, Clifford (2) Henderson, Francis
Herbert, Chas (2) Jackson, Will
Johnson, WT Kershaw, Robt
Loipoldr Wm . Lee, Robt (col)
Monte, C . McCosh, Frank
McXeeley, Ellen ' MulverhiU, Lawrence
Nicholson, Richard Newcomb, Joseph
Owens, .Taints Redulf, Mr
Bemer, Geo Snillbsker, W A II
StJohn.OeoW Sheattmantln, Chas
Thomas' Floyd Webster, Wra , , ....
Williams, Jim White, Isaac -'" "
Wright, Ono C Wilkinson, C M
Ystes. CJ - Zim, Wm V
Persons calling for the above mentione d
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McKeaw. postmaster.
SniLon's Vitai.izii is what you need for
Conitipation, Loss of Appetite, Dinjness
and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10
and "5 cents per bottle. Paul O. Behuh,
Agcnt-. v 1. 7,,
A LAur.E proportion of children who die
early are those whose brain development is
unusually Urge in comparison with
the body. Why Is this? Simply because
tho functions of tha IwmIv r tv, frill
supply the waste going i n in the brain con-
iicni uivhi aruvc iniciligpnce. rtilow
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites ia so
pri pnred that it irr parts the vital principle
directly to ttie brain, while it assists in de
veloping a vigorous and robust body.
Shitoh's Cocoh and Consumption Cure
is sold bv us on a cuarantp It mtM. .n-
sumption. Paul O. Scbuh, Agent. C
FOR HALE BY
rjMlE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
:i onio LKYJEJ.
A General Banking business
TII08. V. HALLIDAY.
JNTKRI'HISE SAVING BANK. . ,, ,
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALX.ID5V.V,
COAL, V. OOD IC1C
MILL AND C0XXI8BI0N.
J ALLID A Y BROTHERS,
CAIRO, ILLIHOIS. '
5 tf f LOUR. GRAIN ANT' HAY
Hlffbeat Cash Price Paid for Wkeat, t