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THE. , ! DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 18112.
Treamiror T J . Kerth.
i'U rlc lunula. J, ruiuy.
i'i iiilor--Win. B. illbert.
Marntnl I.. II. Mryera,
Attorney -William Iter.drlcka.
B'IAI(I) Or AI.DBHMN.
:'fl Ward -Wm. McHale. T. M. Klinbromth.
w.oli'l Ward - Jeaaa Iliiikie.C. Houhe.
Third Ward-IS- F, Illake, John Wood.
Fourth W ard -Charlea O. fatter, Adoiph Bwo
..In. f f: i, Ward-T. W. Halllday, Erneat II. pettlt.
rirrult Ju l','n I) .I.H-iK'-r
' Circuit Clerk A. 11 Irvw.
County Judge K. 1 toon.
County Clera S. J. Itum n .
County Attorney J M. iKiu.-on.
County Tranrer Milua W. l'..rki.
fiherlit loiin llodif'H
dinner It. Flu.;orald
Co inly Comia!ilonura T. w. llAlllaajr,
Htbim aud Peter MMin.
MliU It VITHT. inmr Tetali and Poplar
J mrc-m: pn-AChuor llrt and Cord .undn In
w- . month. II u. ..! 7; H . iu. ; pry;-r meet-
UU'llCH OF TUB KKHKKKK-(B.lcopi:
l' l outt.eu'b atroot; Ucr.ijy 7 :" in., Holy
Fni-bar'.i; i.; i a. m . Sunday m.b.iol; 'I oi.ru.,
Murt.itn.' I'rivrn.; m.. E'tnlu I'rayert. F
1'. iv ii.or't, S. T. H- He' t'ir.
1 i,.-1 MisSKSAKY bAPTIHT CUCKCU
v l-r. Dims '.. B....1 p. m.. ud 7 AO p. m.
.... i rj'l, u l imi t 7-30 p. K. T. J. hboruA,
It ! UK HAN -Thirf-euU H';;t, Hirviiet Salt
, '.Mb I : a. ni. ; nunday cbool 2 p. m. Kef.
a I 'i . (.! r
MK i'llo,IST-Cm. KlnMh and H aiuat atreela,
l'r.-. nir.f. Sabi.th tl;ii m. and 7 :) p.m.
nni1iy hr.iioul t t;im p m Hev. J. A. Scarrett,
)Hrr.YTKKIAN -Klifhth Atreet ;'prechlii on
1 .Uih at ll: rnand 7::i p. m.; prayer
uiM.-Hi.i! W.dnradar t 7:) p.m.; Sunday Bchtot
l p m Her B V. Jur. putor.
"1 JosRI'H HiKmnin Catholic) Corner Croaa
ti.il W!nut trrfU; aervlcea Sabbath lU:J0a.
u.; S-miUy School at i p. m.; Vetera 3 p m.;er
nr., ever day at a. tu. Hev. 0 liir, Frl-.t.
ST I'ATKK'K'K-fKomto Catholic) Corner Ninth
'r..-i! and WMnirtn irenoe; rlc !-o-b
unit 10 m.; Veipen S p. m.; 8nndy Hchool
t m. ..-rvic- every dy at h a m. He. Miuitirtoli
K.Il.TIMKCAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. H.
THIIM UtVkKT. TRAi aRKIVI.
i Mat) 3 0ja.ra tMall tnfta.m
t Mxom 'datlnn.11 :10a.m 'Kxi-rein 11:10 A. m
tir'M 3 .VI p m I Aceomdtlou..:l5 p.m
MISS CENTRA L K. K
tMl) 4:.tt a.m I tMall 5:ilp.tn
,Expre 10:15m tStpreM ll:.Jiiam
ST L. C. K It . I Narrow (iause )
Exiinn M:a.m 'ExpriiM r.Mp.m
Accotu'dmlon. 1 :ai p m I Ae-ui'datotn UM p. in
HT.L . I.M . K. It
'KxpreM llip.m I Eiprtu...... S:S P m
r Acmm nntton. ; W p.m I tAccom datton.ll 4b a.m
WAltAStI, ST. LOVIS PACIFIC K'Y CO
Mll A hi .... 4 4vm Matl Ex.... ;aip m
Daily txrepl Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO r r;
u..i fi M a. m. I Mail Mp.m.
eJpV.'m . ...:". a. m. I ExpreM ..;!)?. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
ExpreM and MaUloavea Cairo, rvrt day efept
Snmlav. at lo:r. a tn. Arriv.a 4: p m.
Acr.mmo.Utionrrivc.atli:U.i p. ut. and d
parta at 1;J ('
Walnut i-?t , near 12th.
SUMMF.IITF.KU, from .luly 5, 12 wetks
FALL TERM, from 0 it. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FoU TF.RM
Common. School. Aridomlc and Comm.-rcial
1 1 1-:X UV FliOVI), Tothfr.
QEOUGK U. LEACH, M. I.
I'liv.-ioian and Surgeon.
Spcrlal attisntlon pnld to tlifl Homeopathic tri'at
mint of Kuru'lcal din can en, ud tlmcsHna of women
'omceonl tth .tr.-t, oppolto tbo Tout Olllco.
Cairo, 111. .
JJU. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFIt K -Rightk Htroel. near Comp erela'. AvatiBM
K. K W. WHITLOCK,
C'rru a-No. M Commercial Avenne, botwaen
Karblb and Ninth Htrocu
AFTER THE FLOOD TUB
FI HE, BUT THE FLAU
M011T0N. h opened aualn In tlto Havl bttlldltiK on Hlxlh
treiii. with a full etock of
Now Furniture ofall kinds
and la uronaruil to do
TJ1MIO IjHTKUING Itplring
at roimonaliln ratim.
HAFFLK:-tako Achancn In
tho flmtut book rno in th city, or a hamlaonie bud
room aet, or lino aldu board. Article" now on ex-
: .... . . ...ni 1. a.m., A mm iiniH
tiimtuin at nia iaiea rooms. in m" B "';
ak ticket Aradlopoaed of, or money will w fntitrnea
GIVE HIM A CALL.
While other Baking Powders art largoly
edulteratoj with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchangtd in alt its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it; tiuvmg received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN,
IT ISA PURE FRUIT ACID BIKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
ChicAgo, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
ulMarn ot LopiM. Yrut Qm, Dr. PrbVl kpMlai
ruwlif tUwii, n4 br, frlee'i Cakiu PrluM.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 12 STATES.
t)u and after Mon lav, Jaly U. and unCI f.irlher
notic .ilia f 'rrylioat Thr Siati. will runan near
a poMlhltiou ( ie following lirni; table;
,iVE . IIATK tIATIt
Foot Fourth it. Hlfaoari Land g. Kentncky Ld g.
tj a. ra. T :!' a. m. 7 -.'t'l a. m
311 y- hi
" II: U-:,l "
lm .I' i'. U.. - .
VfviK L"av,' L.-nvo
Foot Fourth ft. Kentucky Ld'. Mltfunri LndV.
4:in p. m. 4:1" . m h:!" p. in.
On taut trlpleartncKeiitii'-kvUndlneat 4:.'n'clork
p. in., th boat will iro to H!rd Pnint. mnkltif con
netlon wilh T A ll . I.. iTncer train for Cauo.
Flrctlrlp at 6:3 a. m. leaving C ilro. Will couuvct
with T. St. L. trHtn Iravinn Cairo.
THE KEOCLAK CAIRO AN r TADUCAll
1 DAILY PACKET.
HENRY E TAYLOR Maatur
GEO. JonKS Clerk
Le;viiPaducli for Culrodriy (Siindity esrept
ed)at Ham. aniltf iimd t'ltv at 1 p m. Hi'turu.
lric. Li avea Cairo at t p. in. Mound. City at f p. m
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A (ieiioral Hiinkin? business
TIIOH. V. HALI.IUAY,
JNTERl'ldsK SAVINti HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOH. W. I1AI.I.IUAY,
Itv vlrlno of an execution lued out of the clutk'a
oftlro of the circuit, court of Alexander county mid
-'.ate of Million, mid to me directed, whereby I am
commanded to nmke the amount of a certain Judg
ment recently obtained luiamat Hyron I''. Illake and
llutijaniln F. Parker. In favor of Slniter Matiulactur
mu Company, out of the land, teiieumnta, (loods
and chattel" of aalil Hymn F. Illnko anil Iteiijamln
I", Parker, I have levied on the following deathbed
property, to wit :
Lot numbered three CD In block twenty blue (it))
tola tnimluri'il three (.1) and four ( I) In block mini
bored forty live ( I.M and lot numbered twenty-four
(H) lu block numbered auventv two (72) all Hie
above ell", nlicd lota are ellnaleil In the city ul Cairo
coiiulyof Alexander and "111111 of lllluoi, a. the
iirnperty of lli'iijinuln V. Parker' and 1 have nlao
levied upon bit numbered twenly-tbree ('SI)ln block
numbered evuntv-two(7i!) and Iota, t hlrleen ( i:o and
foiirtcen (I II In block unniliered ai veiily-one (7h In
th city of Cairo county of Alcjiandtr andatatu of
Ullnola, a tho property of llvrou F. Il'ake.
Therefore, accordliiK to nild command, t .hall
expoau for aale al public auction, all the ncht. title
nnd mtarnat of the above named llvron F Illake
And Henjnniin F. Parker, In and to tho Above ilea,
cribed property, at II o'clock h. m on Tuc-ilay tb
lllth davol Septeiuhor IKNjBtthe wealnrly door f
th"court houae, iu Cairo Alexander county Illlnola.
DatodatCalro Illlnola thla S.'ud dir nfAtiijiiit
1WU. - JOHN HODtiES.
Shorllt Alexander county, Illlnola.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY I1Y CIUS. CUNNING-
II AM, I1HOKLR.
n.:n P. M . AniiKt Jti, m3.
AuifUKt. bepteinber. October.
$ .' m lii 2"
7 1 ;.','. , 74
t $.J (fl so
7ti', 7','; 71-.
Ml P. M. Clo-lnu.
2i rir'ij $2j 1 S'
I Wt .4
Wi 7.SS 71 S,
W. F La mi ins, rivor editor ol .hk Hi'i.mi
ami tf:i,iibunt pAi!ri.er ;mt, Order for all
klndaof ateamboat job printlm aollcited. OlUce
ut l'luittcr Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee,
OTAHI'.S OK TIIK RIVKll.
The river murketl ly hegaiu'e Uk even
ins; Ht 4 u 'cluck at this jort V ft-ot
1 1 inches Hinl t'al 'n.
Pitthhur, Aug. !9-G p. ni Kiver 7 fi-ct
0 inch iirpl riiu.
Cincinnati, Au'. 29 -0 p. in. Itiv. r 'J
feet flinches amlmino;.
Louisville, Aug. 2D 0 p. m. Kiver C
feet C inches ami falling.
Nashville, Aug. 29-0 p.m. Kivcr 4 feet
5 inchfts anl rising.
Ht. Louis, Aug. 29-0 p. tn. Kiver 10 feet
11 inches and falling.
Tlie John A. Sou l.ler from St. L-mis
arrived eaily yebtr.hy evening with a
heavy trip. O.ving to the low water in the
Mississippi she was detained forty-eight
hours, and she received sufficient freight
litre to puttier fi-tt in the water and left
fur New Orleans at 10 p. m.
The .Silas P. Coe with two barges in tow
arrived yesterday morning and left for St.
Louis at 6 p. iu.
The Gus Fowler is the mail packet due
from Panucab this wening and return.
Tho Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis passed
down for Memphis last night.
The Vint Shinkle from Memphis will
report here this tvening f.ir Cincinnati.
W, F. Lambdil). paaspngpr Bfru "'Hi c.
limit .,.. (,ILl fcAf'oi
tion w hich opens on t he 6th of Sept. Only
12.00 pays the hill f r a round trij) tick
Hugh Moore, one of the engineers of
tlu; Hickory which sunk a few days ago a
short distance below St. Louis, was in the
city yesterday, ami left for IidtiC(th via
The LVUe Memphis bd't St. Louis for
Vicksburg hist evening una according to
our way of calcuhting, she will report here
The City of IUton Kouge leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
Wea her warm aud sultry yesterday with
occasional showers. Business dull.
The Will Kyle for New Orleans is due
The Cons Millar in command of Cnpt.
W. C.Tichennr will report here this eveniug
for Memphis. Mr. Jas. Voris presides as
chief scribe. See W. F. LmiibJin, passen
ger agent, for rates.
IiOOO PH0SPIXTS HKL0W.
With the opening of the cotton season,
now at hand, lower river boats are
looking forward to a good setson's busi
ness. Tho cotton crop of the great valley
is much larger than even the most sanguine
bad hope tor earlier in the aeason, and a
reasonably good picking period will insure
an immense yield. Preparations to han
die thu crop ar ample so far as the coun
try tributary to Memphis is concerned.
The Adams line, Memphis to Arkansas
City, have the Dean Adams iu (,'ood fix
To (White river from the liluff City go
tho J0M0 Harry and Hard Cash; the first
just through with an overhauling at Pa-
ducal), is as good as new, and the latter
now in the hands of tho Messrs. Hauible-
tou at Mound City and uearly ready. The
Jas. Lee will, as heretofore, take good cure
of the Helena trade. The Coahoma tali' 9
in the upper binds from Memphis as far
nsO-ic.'ola. Below Helena to Arkamns
City and Greenville will bu looked after
by tho Kransford and such other boats as
Maj. Ilornor itud the Messrs. Whitehilt may
find necessary. Yazoo river has the P.
iin j boats and tho Jleta. Red Kiver,
now tho river commissioners have decided
to open tho mouth, will have a good line
out of New Orleans. All in all, the
outlook for a gool winter'i work for our
friends below is decidedly nattering.
Mny they make corda of cahIi is our worst
Dou't Be Alarmed
at Bright'Dirieasi), Diabetes, or any disease
of tho kidneys, liver or urinary onrans,
as Hop Hitters will certainly and lastingly
euro you, and it is tho only thing that
The Suirit of a Man.
F.ekiel n,i- is a meek man, but
when In; overtook his wifo hist week
eloping wild his neighbor Kalin, ho
spoke right out. angrily: "It's miglitv
nit'iin in ye Kitlin, t'r go nnd steal all
the wife " I ,pp. Unit yo'll have
t'r live with her :m' eniliuo her tongue
now all yer )(,ni duys."
"Go it, lihue; pilch inter iin hard,"
said Dan I 'Iter, cncouragiiigly.
"I have," continued Khi.e; "I knew
Pd got t'r nay soinetliin' lo show that
I've pot the .spirit of a man in my huz
zum." Professor and Inventor.
The following is a good story about, a
well-know professor, which may go to
prove that even great physicists are
liable to error:
The Professor was showing a party of
holies nnd gentlemen over some huge
works at P.iiniiiighaiii, chiefly engaged
in I Iin manufacture of complicated op
tion! instruments. The party came
across n very ingenious instrument, tho
working of which the Professor pro
ceeded to explain. In tho midst, of ids
explanation, a roughly dressed young
man, landing near, struck iu, and civ
illy pointed out that the nmirof science
was quite miMakci; in his notions as to
the iiiMrtimetit in point.
The Professor, whose weak point is
not 1111 excess of humility, angrily main
tained his own view, but did not suc
ceed in convincing his opponent, who
linnlly shrugged his shoulders and
"Who is that that jxr.wn?'' :i.-iked
the Professor, indignantly, of a work
man Munilinir bv.
"O. that is Dr. ," was the reply.
"He invented that instrument you have
been looking at." Tableau.
WIT AND HUMOR.
Klueli.diing - N'nt so much as ti nibble.
A pair of pumps: Two special repor
ters. The way to treat a man of doubtful
credit is to take no note of him.
A miser is a man who may be truth
fully described as criminally'' poor.
"What, sir, is friendship?" "Friend
ship, sir, is devotion by another."
The vulvar phrase, "Dry up!" is now
fl'stheticaily rendered, "Keep drouthy.'
Never insult a milkman by Diking
him what watering-place he is going tu
What relation is your father's only
brother's sinier-iu-law to you? Your
mother, of course.
"This is the rock of aires," said a
tired father who had kept tiincra.tu.no.
Tin editor, only married a week h,'o.
yesterday printed a tierce article against
Y'ou can call spirits from tho vaty
deep of a ill tig store if your eye has been
The man who "lodged a complaint"
and "boarded a car" says he is going
out of the hotel business.
The ballet trills of Paris ate on a
strike. Poor tilings! wo suppo-e they
want money to buy clothes.
Tho lah-de-dah cigarette-smoking
young man is now sly led third-class
You can't eat enough in a week to
last you a year, and you can't advertise
on that plau either.
A western railway company is seri
ously thinking of calling its main rid
"The Primogeniture- Koiite," because it
is the heir line.
"Will you drop us saline?" asked a
friend of a man departing from Syra
cuse. "That depends salt together 011
circumstances," was tho reply.
"Prisoner, this is the third titno this
year that you have appeared before this
court. What has brought you here now,
eh?" "The police, sir!"
A brother of the King of Siam is
named Damroughscr. We should judgo
the folks who named him took him for
a New York Alderman.
"Papa: 'Ton mv word, I -I think 1
shall have the heartburn." Little daugh
ter: "Shall I fetch it for you, pnpa? Is
it in the cupboard'.'"
The Syracuse Ik raid thinks that the
Chicago 'lrihune was not far out of the
wav. It spoke of a doctor feeling his
The Digger Indians of California play
foot ball, ntul invariably supplement the.
sport with a dance, a drunk and a free
right. Very like white men.
Trout fishing is unusually good this
year. Wo have reports of mtcon-inch
trout having been caught in iwo-ineh
A Newport youth drives threo horses
abreast to a T cart. Poverty lias its ad
vantages. A man may be a born idiot,
but ho can't show it unless he has mon
ey. A Springfield Republican man ha.i
discovered a Lead villa church, in which
is conspicuously displayed the legend:
"Plcaso do not snoot ut tlie organist; no
does his best."
It is alleged that .Arabl Bey was ori
ginally a confectioner. His endeavor
to supply caramels for the girls drove
him to liis present extremity of rebel
lion against tho whole world.
In the mountains Arabella (whoso
soul is wrapped in science); "Charles,
isn't this gneiss!" Charles (who Is deep
ly interested in Arabella): "Nice! It's
"Well.my little man.arcn't yon bare
footed rather early this season?" said a
benevolent gentleman to a youngster
this morning. "Guess riot. Wuz lorn
Pat'a , illness- Docf or -"Well, Tat.
have you taken the box of pills I Mint
youP" Tat "Yes, sir. be jabers.1 have;
but I don't feel any better yet; maybe
the Ud basa't coma off voir
liennun friend: "Do bicturo you haf
bainied is most fiutiful; dere is only von
vord in de Kii;.'IMi Luiekuigu vich de
seiibes it. and 1 haf vorgolteu it,
She had been over but a wepk, and
went, out ns cook. They showed her
bow to prepare st ri 11 r beans for tho ta
ble. Next day, sho ti.ved I be green peas
iiecordiiig to tho .same receipt.
'1 he Ark.'irisaw Tr'trrtrr's ned color
ed person says: "My idea of Tie better
woiT is whar dar is election goin' on ull
do time, 'cash don do while folks is al
"I v, ;-!i I v.;i; worth .f.V)0,0O0," said
a cent b-man. "What good would it do
you. lor ''on don't upend vour present
ircoin. :" rejoined a friend. "Oh, I
could bo economical on a largo scale!"
A iiiur.'ier of Ilaltimnreans rnuht in
an unlicensed beer saloon swore" that
they d:d not know what they weredrink
in. They probably told tho truth,
'i i. .,i. ..,.'.1 1 1 1 ... .,
''.I " "uiu nut, u;n o luucuuii lb II tuey
"The miractitniis good fortune which
invariably attends a drunken man" has
for once, at least, been conspicuous by
iU absence. A Tallahassee man got
tli auk. lay down near a swamp and was
stung to death by mosquitoes.
Belter left unsaid: Snookson (with a
knowing loo!; through his eye-glass)
"1 say, Boodle, who's that uncommon
showy-looking woman your friend
Scainperdown's always about with?
Boodle-His wife. and my fcister."
Two gentlemen were lately examining
a plow-share on a stall hi" a market
place. "I'U bet ton a guinea, said one,
"you don't know what this is for."
"Done," said the other- -"It is for sale!"
The bet was won arid tho wager was
l.itilo Miss Innocent (seated at din
ner, lo pompous old cove): "Mr. S.,
won't you drink?" S.; "Yes, riiv dear,
certainly. But why?" Miss L: "Be
cause mamma says yon drink liko a
fish, and I want to ste how fishes
drink." S.: ! ! !
"Vat ees your name?" inquired a
German grocer of a new customer. "My
name is Cox," w;n the reply. "How
vas dot shpeldl?" "Why,Co-x." "Yah,
yah: das veisii h v h-.n: but how you
shpcMt dot x?" persisted tho puzzled
A labor auctioneer: "Yes." said Fend
crson, lazily removing his pipe from his
mouth to say it; "yes, I'm jn favor of
anything which shall promote home in
dustry." "True for you," replied Fogg;
"but I noticed that you keep awav front
homo when there is Anything in the iu
du.ilry line going on."
Miss Ilope-F.dwardcs, in her little
book "F.au-de-Nil," gives in one little
anecdote a curious sulo glimpse into
Egyptian character. When she once
complained to a certain Government of
ficial, as to a superior person, "Ei-try-Mi
seems to want backsheesh." the
tatmgly: "Certainly - 1 also. ' 11
They were talking over music and the
drama at the table of their host, who,
as they were already aware, owped his
fortune to his own unaided exertions.
"You are fond of Kossin?" asked one of
the guests. "Passionately," replies the
host. "Know his 'Barber?' " "No, sir;
I do not never patronized tho man;
have shaved myself for the past forty
It is said thai Berlioz, the composer,
once si'"l i. bis best girl; "Ariel, I
adore you, 1 Uoa.s ou; in a word, I love
you more than tho weak French tongue
can say; give mo an orchestra of 100
performers and a chorus of 160 voices,
and 1 w ill tell you." Tho girl's reply
is not given, but if alio was one of the
ordinary sort it was: "Whisper what
thou feelest," or words to that effoct.
A good story is told by a 1'r.ench pa
per of two provincials, a man nnd bis
wife, who visited tho Louvre, in Paris.
"What struck you most attho Louvre?"
tusked niio of their friends, when they
returned homo and begau to tell of the
wonders they had scon. "Oh," replied
the husband, "a picture of Adam and
Eve, with tho apple and tho serpent"
And his excellent wifo chimed in: "Yes,
wo found that very interesting, bocauso,
you.kuow, we kuew the anecdote."
The Town declares on its faith that
thirteen young ladies kissed one pool
young man when he embarked on the
steamer at Bar Harbor that was to re
turn him to the carking cares of civiliz
ed life. Mount Desert will bo aparadist
in the estimation of this "poor young
man'' henceforth, though that partic
ular uuiubtr is considered unlucky
ST. JOSEPH'S LOKETTO ACADEMY
FOU.NDKI), lSUuV CUAHTLHF.U 1804.
This instituting under tho. direction of
tliwfjisters ot L irettO, 'is situ ited in tho
most elevated and healthful locality in tho
city; commanding a4 view of both the Ohio
and Mississippi rivora. .Vl'lie new building
erected in place of 1 1 1 one lately destroyed
by lire u inoru eynuifudious and coinforta
bio that) the yjjj pile, find tho ".rounds are
more extensive and beautilully slowed
Patent? and guard iuns m ty bu assured that
ibi ii' children and wards will receive the
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training, rhe facilities lor, the trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution me unsurpassed; via
liver; the Ohio'' and " Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, VVn
bash railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad
and Texas narrow L-uago railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city ol Cairo. ' The usual academic
couiee or- studdics is taught at
this institution..,, The scholastic
vear is divided into two sessions
of twentv-weeks each; the first opening on
the first 'Monday in September, the second
conitucncinir with the first Monday in
February and terminating at the expirn
tion of tlie forty ncholastic weeks.
Terms per session of tweuty weeks
Board and Tuition ire common branches
$70. Board and tuition in higher branch
ct $75. Music extra. (Ariiui copy 2w.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are able to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria does not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria once havlne laid Ita
hold upon the human frame, lha
door of the aytteni it thrown open
to nervous disease. The body
weak and enfeebled aborb no
nouri.hment, but .ubtlning upon
itaelf, the digestive organ no
loncer perform their functions ;
thehverbecomes torpid, and other
orgin. failing 10 do their routine
work . speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to bcinp a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives newTifctothe
nerves. Acts tike a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
oil respectable dealers in medicines,
price, $t per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no gtber.
MUTUAL All) S0C1F.TY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUB-
A NCR CTMPANIES.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
of oa mo.
OreanUed July l ltli, 11177,1'uiler the Laws 0
the Slate of Illinois. Copyrighted Julv
It, 1(177, Under Ai'tof't.'onjrregs.
,IA8. 8. McdAHF.Y President
.1. II. ltOHI'SNUN lt Ice Proaiilent
M. PlllLI.IPH inA Yice-Prealdeut
.1. A. UULPsriNB Treaauror
7.' .'VKTMK Med,c" Advl"8"
THOMAS l,K Vt 1 s necrciary
Kl). U. WlllTK...
KX KCUTIV K CO XM1TT1C I'..
Wm. F. PITC "Kit. I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C . JUCKIATi. F. VlNChNT,
WILL T. UEDBCKN ,
HOARD OF MANAUICKS:
,1. A. (toldatlno. of Ooldatlne Jl Uoaenwaler, whole
aale and retail ilrv ood. etc.; Jaa. S. .Mellahey,
lumber dealer; Wm. F. Pitcher, aeneral Aient;
Albert Lcwla, dealer in flour and Kralu; L. H.
Thotnaa. h'lcklaycr; M.ei Phllllpa, contra-tor
and builder; II. A Cliuinhley, grow; Thoa.
I. uwla, aeeretary and Altoriiey-t-law; W. II.
Marean, II nim'pathlc vhyaiclan: II Hander, of
Sander Son. irrorera: It. 11 llalrd, atruet auper
nanr; Kd 11. While, aaa't see. W. 4 O. M, A. Bo.
ciety; ,1. W, Spier, lumber and w-mlll; F. L.
(lernlizon, barber; R. II Dietrich, clerk W.. Kt. I,.
tl'.K. It.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, (b aler tn wall paper and window ahadra; J.
R. F.nullah. contractor And builder; WiUT. Kvri
hum. of Moran it Nedburn, clr manafactnrera;
F. Vincent, dealer tn tlmn a d cement; L A.
I'helpa, hototrraphor; W.C. Jorelvn, dentiat; 8.
II. Tabor, mfR. Jeweler: J. II. Koblnaon, J, F. and
notary public; i, 8. Petri, bltvalrlan; H. W.
Itoatwkk.lniurAnceaifent: K, K. Jarboe. foreman
St. Una utaltia, aud K K. WalhruUe. lumber and
Mw-mlll, of Cairo; II. I.nlhlon. capiat Nat.
BAnk,fMurt. Iowa; Rv. t. A. Wllin raoii. Prtori
burg. Ky.; J.W. TAiry, pbyalolao, Fulton. Kj.