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TUN DAILY OAIUO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUN1NG, JULY K, 12.
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OF1CUL PAPU OP CITY AND COUNTY
Wfirn'illiorl.H toiuintmn'-o that It. A. I.
WIl.BANIvS, of Ji1itiiii cmmiy, I cstHllrtiiie
for UeroMh Ap 'llti Court in Ihu Fourth
iliriiOnn of Jllinol. mihJiTt to Ihn (KtImIoii of a
cuuvi'Di ion of tlio Democratic puny
We rc Hiithorlr.i'rt to ftiiiiounro tin- namn of
WALTKIt WAHOKU a CHmlliliite for tlio olllco
of Couuiy Jtuitfo of Alexander County.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lb this column, utRUt Cunt per line fur
flrotauil live cents nor line ecb niil'sequiMil Inser
tion. For ou wwk, 3il couta per liuu. tor one
mouth, Wi cents pur hue.
Oat of tho fire, cor. of 8 ill anil L-vec, my
ice house and office is at present culm
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, "ic
tweeu bth and lUli streets. Orders will lie
tilled same as usual, hoth wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Anyi'iio desiring anything in the milli nery
or notion line will do well to call on
Mrs. Williamson, as her stock will positively
le sold at dust from n w until Hie tirt of
August, as she intends going east to spend
the remainder of the summer and she wishes
to make room for her new goods, which
she intends huying while there. She will
also add that h-r store will not hti closed in
her absence hut will he kept open, and she
will he pleased to have her customers call
if wanting anything in her line. 2t.
three first-class tinners. No other need
apply; f 2. 50 an t $ I To per day, and steady
employment. Apply at onre to
E. S. Pkttit
P. O. li. 100 Detiison, Tex.
Foil Salk A house an I lot in Villa
Hidge, convenient to tho depot. Apply at
John Check, nt store of Ktiteiiiioiise ' Bro.
tight to ten good horses, snlta'ole fir street
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Uy. Co. City Depot at '.'Silt st.
tf C. V. Nki-k, Supt.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now oti
sale excursion tickets t' ull th. principal
summer resorts in Wiscon.-in, Iowa, Min
nesota and .Michigan; aho, Denver, I'uehlo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Bites l"v.
Caller a I iress J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, G metal Passenger Agent.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also twi ice box on Eighth s;rect tit J.
Walters' and at my olliec on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood, yard where
orders may be left. A share' of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and chivIuI attcnti"ii.
Olio. W. Sl'BNCE.
Use Tu k Ca i no Biu.ktin pcrfoittcd
scratch book, made of calendered juto
loanilla, eipially good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three hi.'-s, at (he otlice. No. 2 and
II. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by tho dozen. Special discount on groan
lots to the trade.
J. S. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly ami nt fair prices. Orders by
j)04al promptly lith'iided to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Beceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's Retail ice Box.
Consiliums of ice are nolilied that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
Imix on Kighlli street in Cuudilf's store where
ioo in auv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this Bland
j ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use I'aiker's Hair Balsam. It restoies
the jouthl'ul color to gray hair, removes
datidrull', nud cures itching of the scalp.
Woitliy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when wo know of one that
really is a public, benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters aiu truly a imi:.t valuable
medicine, itn-1 will nurely cure liilioiimieHs,
Fever and, Ague, Siomaeh, Liver and Kid -tiey
Complaints, even when all other rein
ed icit fail. We know whereof wu speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Kxch. Hold at fifty cent;) b ,tlle hy (leo.
It Isnimply marveloiiH how unickly con
Btipntion, biliotihtieHs, sick hcahichc, fever
and ague, and inalaiia, aie cured by "Sel
ler" Liver Pills." '
III (iood Spirit.
T. Walker, Cleveland, )., writes; yr
the last twelve Uioiitlis 1 have Mill, in I with
lumbago and general debility, j ,.,.
mcnceJ taking Burdock Blood Bitter ahout
lix wocki ago, and now have (-real pleas
ure Instating that I have recovered my p.
petite, my complexion lias grown ruddy,
and feel better altogether." Price f 1.0'J.
Paul G. 8chuh,Aent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thess coinmni, ton come per line,
tea Insertion. War Kurt
Strawberry ico cream
Tho prohibition movement is growing
Berinua in Ilebraska.
Mrs. 8. Williamson has a notice in
special locals of interest to readers of Tub
Tho sewers are all open and the water
in the low places is very rapidly disappear
ing. Tho puiest and best ice cream in tho
city is kept on sale at Phil II. Simp's
Services will be held in nearly all our
churches to day. They should nil bo well
attended, and doubtless will bo.
Rev. A.J. Hess, will hold services' at
the Baptist church this morning and to
night nt usu il hours. Sabbath school 9 :3(
The entrance to Tin-: Bci.i.iiTi.N news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job ollico is closed
after seven p. in. Visitors will always find
tho Bailroad street entrance open, tf
Dies Moines, la, July 11. Judge
Dufliu of the Fourth district holds that the
prohibition amendment is now in force ami
Monday instructed tho grand jury to indict
all saloon keepeis, whether licensed or out.
Phil II. Snip's ice cream parlors is the
place to get the best ico cream in Cairo. It
Mr. E 1. Seantlatid returned yesterday
from a trip through Mississippi and Scott
counties, Mo., and reports that water melons
will be nearly, if not piite, as plentifut as
lust year, but considerably later. The Hood,
frequent rains and col 1 uights have kept
them back. '
A negro named James Washington was
brought before Magistrate Coinings yester
day on a charge of btealiug a turkey from
one of his colored neighbors.' James had
been in the penitentiary for a similar of
fense, and the court held him to bail to ap
pear for trial at the county court. In de
fault of b-.il he went to jail.
In the sIhi route trial Thursday the tie
fence asked the court to exclude testimony
of A. F. Boone, contractor, as to what he
hal done in consequence of a conversation
with Dorsey in November, 1S77. The wit
ness wis allowed to proceed. I In testified
that l)nrscy,rcck and himself were to share
the profits of the contracts.
- Fifty gallons of the finest ice cream of
all flavors at Phil II. Saup's parlors. It
-On Thursday, August Jd, 1885, tho
(Irccnbackers of Illinois will meet in state
convention at Peoria for the purpose of
nominating a stuto ticket. Hon. Henry
Winter will boa delegate to the convention.
It is likely that there will be no county and
district conventions by that party, because
" '' -"' " to ho would be but a
waste of money and time.
We suppose that a part ot the business
of the Democratic congressional committee
next Tuesday will be to fix the time and
place of holding the Democratic congres
sional convention. Tho Democratic coun
ty committee ought to wait on the con
gressional committee and show them that
Cairo is tha appropriate place for tho con
vention. We understand the congressional
committee arc notified to meet at The Hal
liday at two o'clock p. in., next Tuesday.
At the conclusion of the Republican
conurcstional convention last night the
senatorial convention met with Mr. Charles
Ncllis, chairman of tho senatoiial central
committee, in tho chair. After some de
liberation it was decided that, in order to
avoid being inllueticed in its action by the
excitement attending tho result
of the congressional convention,
the senatorial convention adjourn to
meet on Friday, August, 11th, at Anna, III.
We have heard it charged by Republi
cans that two years ago Congressman
Thomas voted against a bill then before
congnws which contained tin appropriation
for the benefit of Cairo. We have also heard
that, when a similar bill with an appropri
ation benefitting Cairo recently passed con
gress, Congressman riionias absented him ¬
self and did not vote. Wo shall inquire
into these charges, and if they bj true, we
shall have reason to hopu that Congressman
Thomas will be badly defeated in this coun ty
The English occupied Alexandria
Thursday. They found a groat part of tho
city in ashes aud I ho rest plundered. About
one hundred European residents met them
at tho wharf. Tho rest had been driven
together and murdered or burned up. The
Egyptians, civilized and military, have de
serted the city and gone iuland. Tho
khedivo and Djrvisch Pasha re safe.
Admiral Seymour has instructions riot to
dismantle tho forts and to invito tho
khedivo to icbIoio order, using English
forces as a kind of gendarmerie.
A meeting of the new congressional
central committee was held on tho opera
house stage after tho congressional conven
tion adjourned Friday night, for tho pur
pose of organizing. -Mr. C. N. Hughes,
who had filled tho position of chairman
of the committee with markcil ability du
inn the past two years, was re-olcctod to the
chuirmansbip, aud Mr. McFec, of Ran
dolph county, was olocted secretary. The
comniittoo was selected by the several del
egations, and is strongly nnti-Tbomns in
A meeting will bo bold to day at tho
Hibernian engine liouso, at the hour of 4 p.
m., for tho purposo of discussing the pro
priety of giving a picnic or entertainment
lor the benefit of the Sisters of Lorctta of
this city. All friends of the Sisters are in
vited to attend.
The Arab loss at Alexandria is report
ed at 1,500 killed and 2,000 wounded.
These figures tiro so badly out of propor
tion that tho explanation is accepted that
those massacred by the mob are included.
(.Jen. Stone has cast his fortunes with. the
khedivo. Sir Garnet Wolseley is ready to
proceed to the cast at a moment's notice.
England is to proceed vigorously. The ma
rines are clearing the streets of the plun
derers. Nearly tho wh lo town has been
looted. Arabi's troops are reported in force
near th'c town.
Mr. Thomas is again before tho people
for their suffrages. We shall look fairly
into his record as tho representative of tho
people's interest; and wo shall also look and
see whether he is entitled to any credit as
tho friend of Cairo. In his fight within his
own party Tiik Bni.i.K'HN saw fit to ask fair
piny for Mr. Thomas. Wo exposed some of
the rascalities practiced against him by his
own party. Wo favored his nomination aud
endeavored to secure it, and succeeded.
We now desire bis defeat and shall en
deavor to secure it, aud we believe wo shall
Friday forenoon, when four or five of
tho delegations in the Republican conven
tiou refused to vote upon a series of im
portant questions, giving its their reasons
that tho chair was too grossly unfair in his
rulings in matters pertaining to tho John
sou and Massac county delegations, the
chair weakened visibly and immediately.
Ho made a little speech, conciliatory and
explanatory, in which he said ho "had no
axo to grind." "No," promptly interrupted
aloud voice above tho din on tho floor, "no,
hut you're turning the grindstone for those
In the tojrnament at St. Mary's park
Fr'day evening Messrs. Vaughan, Cooke
and Ruflin took part. The contest was for
a stake of twenty-five dollars, and tiltocn
rings were to be taken in five dashes. Mr
W. B. Peltis kept the score, which was as
follows at the end of the fivo dashes
Vaughan. 2, 3, 2, !J, 3 total, 13. Cooke
3, :j, 2, 2, 3 -total, 13. Ruflin, 1, 2, 1,1
2 -total, 7. Messrs. Vaughan and Cooke's
score being a tie these two made another
dash, which resulted in another tie, each
taking two ot tho tlirco rings. Another
dash was taken hy these two, ami Mr
Vaughan came out victorious, taking three
rings to Mr. Cooke's two. It will be seen.
therefore, that (he contest between these
two young men was close, and that both
are skillful riders and lancers.
Wo do not anticipate great gains from
discords in the ranks of the Republican
nartv. We relv for surcn-s upon the fact
that there is not any Republican majority
in the district. Before, the last presidential
campaign the Republican party evade ) the
issue whenever charged w ith being a pro
tective tariff party. In 180 the party be
came committed as the champion of the
few thousand manufacturing lords against
the millions engaged in agricultural pur
suits. The Republican party of this dis
trict will not he permitted to dodge the
question during the coining canvass. And
on the silver question the people of this
district by a very large majority are with
tho Democracy and against the pel icy of
the Republican party. If these questions
can be fairly and fully debated before tho
people, the result will not bo doubtful.
In this morning's issue of Tiik Bum.k
tin, under the head of announcements, ap
peals tho name of Mr. Walter Warder as a
candidate for tho office of county judge of
Alexander county at the ensuing November
election. During his residence in this city
Mr. Warder Ins shown himself to bo a gen
tleman of good qualities gener
ally and to bo posscHsed of legal
knowledge in no mull degree. He
has been fouryears-in active practice at the
bar, and has during that time become qual
ified for tho positjon hu seeks. Tho neces
sity of a thorough knowledge of law and
an acquaintance with the forms of law on
the parf of him who would hold a position
upon tho bench in a court of law is too self
evident to require argument. That Mr.
Warder Inn theso qualifications, coupled
with a clean name, is nlso undisputed. Mr.
Warder's claims to the position ho seeks
should receive due consideration from the
voters of the county.
Tiik Buixktin owes its roados an
nppology for the horrible manner in which
tho last report of tho Republican conven
tion appeared in its columns. It would
have been a miracle indeed had it all been
entirely correct, but tho report was so
shamefully butchered by tho foreman and
compositors that it was hardly recognized
by the writ' r, when, alter a fow h uirs rest
from long continued labor, hu cast his eye
over yesterday's Biji.i.ktin. But it will ap
pear corrected in Tiik Wbkki.y Bcmxi'IN
and ull who were unable to obtain copies of
yosterday morning's paper may congratulate
themselves upon their escape from mental
torturo and find satisfaction in a perusal ol
Monday's weekly of which extra copies will
be plentiful. Tho imputation that a Damron
delegation invaded Tub Bum.ktin news
room Friday night after the departure of
the editor, and inveigled the boys into a
debauch in which Damron "ham" and
Thomas "pi" were conspicuous factors, is
indignantly denied by "tho hoys," but tho
editor has his suspicious nevertheless.
Capt. Thomas, of the steamer Hclofo
which was wrecked last week near Mingo
Ferry, O., is insane at h'u homo. Tho vea.
ncl lias not been raised and is still two-
thirds under water. Tho total number of
todies recovered is 51 and the total num
ber of missing is 0. When tho body of
one of tho victims, W. T. Lane, was found
17 miles below tho scene of tho disaster, a
coach dog was with it, which had been a
great pet of his during life, and which nr.
coiupiinied him on tho boat, and it is sup
posed that ho had kept watch for the h ly
ever since, and finally found it. When dis
covered the dog was exhausted that it
could not move.
Without intending to cast reflection
on Carbon lale, or Beech Hidge, where one
if Captain Thomas' colored postmasters
lives and has his being in a sumptuous
manner on the magnificent salary of five
dollars a year, we may be permitted to ssy
that in no town in tho Twentieth district ol
Illinois, except Cairo, could the lately
publican convention have been even do
centlv accommodated. Coming here as it
lid,PHch candidate accompanied by the del
egations instructed for him, which be de
sired to have all together near him during
their stay here, and bringing with them
many friends, no hotel in Southern Illinois
but The Halliclay would- have been able to
provide comfortable lodgings and god
meals for al'. And though the one hun
dred and twenty odd rooms of Tho Ralli
day wero all over crowded, many of the
delegates were h-ud in their praises of
the very satisfactory manner, in which they
l.u.l K....M movided for in every way. The
Democratic congressional central comnit
tee, which meets hero next Tuesday, should
bo "uided in their determination upon the
place for holding tho Democratic couv-n
tion by the experience of the late conven
Mr. Ttobatts. the man who was "in
favor of peace and harmony" in the R
publican convention ns soon as he found
that the Thomas irilluenco was becoming
formidable, believes that Tue Buu.ktin
representative was imposed upon when told
that the gentleman who declared that liar
ris, the colored Republican nominee for
county clerk in Pulaski county "stood no
more chance of election than did thcspetki
of going to heaven with his clothes on"
that the speaker ot this prediction was "a
prominent Republican of Pulaski county."
Robarts positively denies that any
prominent R publican of Pulaski
countv made any such statement
which is equal to calling the prominent Re
publican of this city, in whose ofiice the
prominent Republican of Pulaski county
mado tho remark quoted, a "no such
thing." Mr. Robarts and talkative Repub licans
generally should be careful in their
assertions and denials, and have daily can -cusses,
in order that they may not inadver
tantly call oneanother bad names and piove
oneanothcr guilty of deeds that are "naughty'
but uicc." "There is nothing like liar
rnony," Mr. Robarts, and there is no better
way of obtaining harmony than by frequent
consultations and tho constant application
of "white wash" to the many dark spots on
the Republican body politic.
In the first night session of
the Republican congressional convention at
the Opera House in this city, one gentleman,
Mr. W.T. Scott, in a speech detailing the
little acts of unfaithfulness to the party in
tho dispensation of official "ham," of
which the Hon. J. R. Thomas had been
guilty, and of tho manner in which that
gentleman had attempted to carry tho nom
ination in this city, said that, in conversa
tion with several of the many delegates and
others who were wearing tho Thumas badge,
they had admitted that each of the badges
"meant a dollar" given them by Captain
Thomas or his friends. But stihiequently
one of tho white delegates prostested
against this bold imputation of dishonesty
on the part of the Thomas delegates, which
induced Mr. Scott to retract so far as the
whites were concerned, saying that be had
reference only to colored voters. On tho
first day of the convention Mr. Clem. Young,
another colored voter, openly charged that
Judge Damron hHd paid him and others
$1.J50 each to vote nnd work for him in
tho primaries, and Mr. Young himself was
ready to swear and prove his assertion true,
in spite of young State's Attorney Damron 'a
threats of physical violenee. Here are
charges of the boldest and dirtiest cor
ruption by Republicans against. Repub
licans, openly mado in tho streets and bo
ford a largo public assemblage. Arc wc to
assume that tho Republicans who made tho
charges are truthful men, and that tho
Damron and Thomas factions are dishonest,
or are wo to assume that tho said factious
wore maligned, ami that the Republicans
who accused them aro liars. Which born of
tho dilemia would thoso concerned prefer
to take I
It is a remarkable fact tha, with the
exception of tho preliminary organization
and tho last three ballots' on tho candi
date, the minority of the delegates present
ruled in every important step of tho lato
Republican congressional convention in this
city, This was accomplished by tho re
fusal of the chairman of tho Johnson county
delegation to announce tho vote of bis del-
gation us they desired it announced, and
tho ivfusd nil tho Mil of the chair to
lecogn z,' tint right of pie nembers'of any
lelegaii n to cast their v tes independent
ly of the will of the eh iroian of such del-
gation. The mo or ty n pott of tho com
mittee on rrrdei.li.ds wasa lople I, although
oighly-one deVoales voic M;;aiiiHt it, and
but seventy-four l.ivorm! if. The minority
report of the committee o-i permanent
organization was adopted (?) in the same
manner by Jlw smio vote; and it was only
after tluso two important steps hail been
taken, by which tho anti -Thomas delega
tion from Alexander county was admitted
and the anti-Thomas temporary chairman
retained as permanent chairman, that tho
chairman allowed the convention to exer
cise a right which ho had previously de
clared it did not possess, namely, to order
the chairman of the Johnson county del
egation to announce the vote of his delega
tes as they desired it to bo cat. But
this order did not extend to the ballot for
catiilidates. Jt was only after the ervoiith
ballot had been cast that the chairman
exercised an authority which ho had pre
viously declared he did not possess, namely,
ho ordered that all delegates, differing w ith
the eh airmen fof their delegations, should
be allowed to vote their sentimeii's
iifli-ptMxl) it of such eh lirinaii. Now t
would appear tint if the chair was right m
his first ruling he was grossly wioug in the
second, and vice versa. In either case the
proceedings were, to use a mild expression,
Mr. Will Reafsnyder, now of Chicago,
arrived in the city yesterday to visit his
parents for a few weeks.
A large number of 1 1 its delegab s to tho
late Republican congressional convent ion
were still at The llallidsy yesterday.
Mr. E. A. Burnett, in company with sev
eral other gentlemen, left for Dixon Springs
early ye-terday morning. He will return
Mr. I hos. Laiidrum arrived in the City
yesterday, and is getting his commissaries
at Tho Halli lay. He has made a success
ful trip in the interest of M' s rs. New
burgh, Frenkel & Co., whoh'Mile clothieti
DEATH OF MR S. S. TORRES .
Samuel Stiliinau Torrey was born in
Pmv.donce, Rhode Island, June 11th. lb.'7.
He was the son of Dr. D. H.and Maria S
Torrey and a great grandson of Rev. Dr
Slillman, former pastor of the First Baptist
church, of Boston, Mass. He came to Corn
in the Mimmcrof 1374 and took a poxition
in the wholesale drug store of Barclay
Brothers, in which he proved himself fully
competent and in every way of confidence
During his illness he was taken
to Joilet, in hope that he would
be benefited by tho change of
climate. He, however, lived but a few days
alter reaching there, his death occurring at
the residence of his brother, E. M. Torrey,
Esq., on July 3d. llis remains, accompi
nied by his wife and eldest son, wero taken
to Alton, III., his former home, and there
interred in the family burying ground July
(ith, Mr, Torrey was an educated
gentleman, courteous and pleasant in all
the. relations of life. He had made many
friends in Cairo, and passed from our midst
regretted by alt who knew him. Ho had
wiely secured such life insurance as will
jitovo valuable aid to hissuiviving wife and
children. Mrs. Torrey, wo learn, will con
tinue to make her home in Cairo.
Joliet ami Alton exchanges please copy.)
AFFAIRS AT ALEXANDRIA.
KIKK Si I I.I. IIAOlNd.
London, July 14, 4 a. m. -A Renter tel
egram says the lire in Alexandria is still
raging. There aro at least two miles of
houses burning. More than a third. of the
city seems to be on file.
MASSACHKI) I1Y TIIU MOU.
A dispatch to the News from Alexandria
says the number of persons massacred by
the mob is estimated at 2,000.
TUB KIIKHIVU (ll'AllllliO.
Admiral Seymour telegraphs: "I have
occupied tho Ras el Tin palace with ma
rines; spiked tho guns in the six batteries
opposite. The city is still burning, but I
am clearing tho streets. Tho khedivo is
safe in his palac, w hich is garrisoned by
A whole battalion of Arabs wero blown
up in one fort during tho bombardment.
Arabi Pasha fled from Alexandria in a
boat by tho canal, but it is not known
whither. It is understood his troops are
Rill 0A11NKT WOL.8KI.KY.
Aii Alexandria dispatch saya General Sir
Garnet Wolseley Ij expected at Port Said
Sunday. If Arabi Pasha makes a stand at
RnBctta or Dainanhour, Sir Garnet will
have to proceed to Alexandria.
AT I'OIIT SAID.
The gunboat Iris arrived at Port Said und
lies with one broadside hearing on tho town
nnd tho other upon tho Egyptian corvette
commanded hy one of Arabi Pasha's ollicers.
There 428 British subjects, 500 Egyptian
soldiers and 200 police at Port Said.
0 :30 A. m. Explosions occasionally occur
in the city. A proclamation in Arabic is
preparing in tho khodivo's name, calling on
the people to maintain order and on the
troops to disband, Tho kliedive, with Dor-
viach Push a and some of tho ministers and
the khodive'B harom, arrivrjd aboard a vessel
in tho harbor. About 500 loyal troops fol-
iw tho khedivo.
It issatrto I Arabl Pasha has ot.ly 4,000
very much disorganized troops.
SKVI.lt It MKAHl.'lllCS,
Two hundred marines have been ordered
to march through tho town and shoot all
The firo in tho city is still increasing,
and men are seen running about with
torches completing tho work of destruction.
4 p. m. The marine artillery have occu
pied Fort Napoleon, commanding tho
town. Fort Marabout tn-ihiy hoisted tho
Agyptian colors, hut lowered them agaiu
on tho Bi itish squadron assembling around
The fleet has been ordered to do no
further damage unless provoked.
The American squadron has returned to
the inner harbor.
W cannot help noticing the lilieral offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New' Discovery for Consumption.
Voit Hre nqii-sted to call at Uoorgo E.
O'Haru's ilrug store, and get atijal bottle
free ol cost, it you are nilfeting with Con
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Ji.-oncliilis, ii ty F. ver, Los f Voice,
Hoarseness, er any rilf.-ction of the throat
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will semi Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing npeedy and complete
restoration of health ami manly vigor. Ad
dress us above, N. B Nori.sk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Lyuia E. Pinkuam's Vegetable Com
pound cures ull female complaints by re
moving the cause.
. Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. . 5 for $". All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 31.1 First Ave., N. V. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
A Cough, t'ohl or Niro"l in (at
should be stopied. icg!tct 1'req'ieritl re
sults in an Incurable Lung di.-ease or on
suinption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
nnd balsams, but set directly on the intl.am
ed parts, allaying initutinn, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers anil
Public Speakers are subjer t to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at cents a
Liver, Kidney and Uriylit's Disease.
A medicine that destroys the germ or
cause of Bright' disease, diabetcn, kidney
ami liver complaints, and has power to loot
..them out of the system, is above all price.
Such a medicine is Hop Bit:ets, and posi
tive proof of this can be found hy one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, w ho have
been cured by it.
OEMS TEA I) & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 2o Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington A vs.
CMCao-O ! !
Tuesday July 18, 1882
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
wilt jnn a special excursion train leaving Cairo
nl 'JUKI n. ni. nrrlvlnn lu C'hlcatfo atdiilil p. in, nmu
liny. Kiiro ti IMiIohko kimI return only 7.!KI. Ilio
UllMMKK TKoTriMi MEK'lfNU Utile
Chicago Driving Park.
Will bo held July IS to 31 Inclusive.
832,000 IN PURSES
Tickets are Koc-d lo roturti on nny lliroilgh
truln leaving Clitcnuo up to and lucliiillnu tliu ev
on nu train of Muiiiliiy, July HI. attention helits
called to the fact tbut thoevcnloir train rrnni ( lit
cairo stonnonlv at certain points ninth of Elllnu
tnu and that noolher slops will b made for par
tlol holdlun Excursion Tickets
J. F. TUCKER, TraHlc Manaanr.
J. F. MBItllY, Excursion Aijciit.
, A. II- HANSON, Clon. I'm. Aent.