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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1882.
VI nyur N . . Tliiatlawood.
Tn-asufir-T ! . KtUi.
el rk -Dini'l"- J. KoIh).
Maralml -I- I'. Mt-y". , .
attorney -William a.(1rlck.
U(UH! or AUHItlH".
,rt Ward- Win. Mr. Hale. T. M. KlmbrongU.
hc.uiiil Wrd-J..'i.i limkio.C. N. llntfhea.
1 i.lnl Watd II. Ki blaiot, John Wom).
K.Iurin Wid -Vliarl, 0. rUer. Adniph Bwo-
' Wrd-T. W. Iliil'.tday. Ernial B. rotttt.
Ttuii J'l'lk") - l ' I'"'-1''
rircuilt-'lerk-A. H !""
Ijouiny Judo-lt. h iikm-u.
Comity Clnm-H. J. Hmniu.
I oiinty Trpaaiirur-Mib'S W . I'.irkr.
rttiuilsr- ! otii, llodga.
Orou..r-it. Kiospraia ,,.,n,.v J.
inriiyCoramlriiiii.Ti-T. W. llalltflnjr. J.
Ullili, ami J'et '' .
I'M I'Kl'ii KS.
U,;aV"uU firrrti buiul.y T:. m Holy
M b rf : n . Hundy lw l : 1 .U.m..
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I "!-T SII.-S1UNAHY I1AI11HT CHUaU.-
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mi ; ; I'vi "
i i I H'iI.IST - or. KiKhtl" and Wli.iit atresia,
Vr" rbla rV&ktt
cui-Kv .Vttwi at p. m. A.cwlV.
v lmv.,k iin.i nresrhlai on
lUri.i.' w.-riuart; at 7-..rtp.m.; Huuday bchwol
,i :D in. Hcv li V. Ueoue, pastor,
i . i iii-riMl H-Uuiom Catholic) Corner Croaa
r WV.LUI Mrtleyt Sw
u . ; .Mai- bch-.l t P- m-S VoPr. J p. m.. ier
' . .. ..a.... um n, i!v. U Hara. rr.eat.
f C 1 l .I'll "1 "'
LT I' vrUK'K'K -K..taaij Catholic) Corner Ninth
h itr'et and WwMnifton anQ;
...I, and 10.. .; V.PV.r. l P-""
t (i. in. trip"'i ij v -
fl. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.R.
tnti.il nT. ,
t V- c .in 'dauon.l 1 : in . m K I pre.t U : 0 a. m
, Eiprl.a 3;M P m I Accmndattu..i:15 p m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
ivi.ll l V,amtMall .. 5:ttp.m
ST. L. C. R. R (Narrow Uauije )
.Kxprt' lorr.a.m Kxpr V,mE
. SJS.m-d.tlon. 1 :' M I 'ActoiaMatoln p.m
T.L . I M AS. U. R.
K i.r ....... i t A'P tn 1 1 E i prc i ....... 2 : W ' P m
WAHKSI1 ST LOUS A I'ACIKIC U'YCO.
4 h. . . 4 4. i.m Mill A El.... :) p.m
Daily i-xrwpt Sunday, t Dally
MUBILK. A OHIO 1( K
Mail . ...JH:f a. m. I Mail ....S:SO p.m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Bxpr'M and Mall k-.vea Cairo, evory day eccj.t
hamlav.at M:'.'.') a m. Arrt.i4::i.p. m.
Yccommo.lion.uive.atU:W p. in. and dc
part at I .JO p. tn.
Walnut St., near 1 2th.
SUMMRKTERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TKRST, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUT ION FOR TERM
Common School. Academic anilCommorcial
fl EOKOE II. LEACH, M. !
Phvflioian and Surgeon.
a ii (.,.inn nulil tn the Homooiathlctruat
tnl'nt or,uri!lcil dlaufte, and duenna of womon
anil children. ..
oillct': on Ulh itrcet. opposite tho Po OIllco,
W. C. JOCELYN,
0FF1CB Rihth 8tret, near Comp ereh Avunnn
li. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OfPim No. 136 Commercial Avenne, bitwaen
Kuhthand Ninth Streuu
AFTER THE FLOOD THE
FIRE, BUT THE FLAC1
MORTON. lia opened opiln In the Ditvls bnlldliiR ou 8lxlh
BlrtuM , with a full mock of
NoAvFiirnituro of all kinds
and la prepared to do
TJlMlOTiSTKUlNO mill Repairing
nt roaannaliln rate". ,
RAFFLE :-tko .chance In
the ftnuat hook cnn In th. city, or. uandriomo bed
room ut, or lino aldo hoard. Article,, now on x
lilhltliin at hi. a.lo. room.. Will b r.Qld oon
MtlckotH.rudliipi.aedof, or moooywlllbe returned
UIVE HIM A CALL.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Cssences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and quaL
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
fat or for cakes, puddings, creams, :tc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and 8t. Louis, Mo.,
ttoln.talla Trill (.... tir. Prk' Cri Blkll,
radr. .14 Ur. Prlre'l l atiul Prrfuai.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD81
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
fllREE iSsJ STATES.
On and after Monday. Julv 24. and nntil further
nolle. th fcrryhoat I'hree Htatewl!l rana ncsr
aa pofsibluon fur following tlmi tabic:
MiTia liath Luna
fool Fourth at Mifumrl Land g. Kentnr.ky Ld g.
::jn a tn. 7:lna.tn. 7:3"a. tn.
H:W irmi ' S;iii "
1il:.l ' It : f " IISII '
i:iwp. tn. i:'Wp. 111. ;j : 1 . 111 .
I.etva Lan' Leave
Foot Fourth t. Kentnrky Ld'y. Mlunri Lamll;
4:ii0 p. m. 4 1" p. m h :ln p. m.
On lant 11 iplr.Avlug K. utoi-liv lai.ilinu Ht 4 : io'( lo. k
m . the hml will ifi) to It.rd Point. tn.U'i.' coa-
nection with T. A St. L. paa.inuT tram tiir Cairo.
FirKt trip .1 A: 41 a m lencinj C ilro. Will couu' tt
wiihT A St. L. tralu lfavim: Cairo.
THE RE 01' LA R CAIRO AN I)
HENRY K. TAYLOR M.iM.-r
OKO. JOBES Clerk
Lmvi'iPadiicah for Catro dniiy (Sunday, except
ed) at 8 a.m. and M"n,l City nil p m. Rcturu.
lrji;, L 'ivec Cairo at I p. in. M n 1- City at 5 p. m.
rjMIECITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General liankiny; business
TllOti. W. IIAL.I-11JAV.
JNTERl'RISE SAVINU DANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. XV. I IALLIDAY,
Hv vlrtna of an execution U'tled out of tho clork'n
olllceof the circuit court of Alexander county nnd
.tale of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am
commanded to make the amount of . certain Jmli;
inent recently obtaluud aitalnat Ityrou F. Hlake and
Iieujamln F. l'arkur, In favor ofSlniter MHtiuiiictiir
iuk Company, oul of thn land, tenemcnti., (iomN
and chattel, of biiiiI Ity rim V. Ulnke and lleii.lHintn
F, Parker, I have levied on the lollowlnu dencrlhed
Lot niimlmred throe (:i) In block twenty nine (S!i)
lota tiuml),iri'd three (II ) ami four (I) In block 11 11 111
bered forty-five ( and lot numbered twenty-four
(S4) In block numbered mwentv-two (7s!) all the
uhovo dlKi-rlbed lotKare altualud In the city ol'Cairo
county of Aleiander nnd "tine ol llllniil", n the
property of Benjamin F. Parker' audi havn nlno
levied upon lot numbered twenty-three ('il)ln block
numbered wivun tv-two(7'J) and Iota, thirteeinlllt nnd
fourteen (I I) In block nunilirud vuniy iiiie (71) In
the city ofCalro county or Alexandir andatato of
llllnola. aa the property of Rvroti F, HLike.
Therefore, aocord'tm to aald command, I "hall
cxpnae for .ale nt pnlillo auction, all the riL'ht, title
nnd intereat of thn above named Hvron F lllaku
and HenJainlnF. Parker, In and to tlie ahove ilea
crihod property, at 11 o'clock a, lit (ju Tueaday thn
ltlth day of Hepteintier IHftJatlho wetriy door (
the court bonae, In Cairo Alexander county Illtmila.
Dated at Cairo Illluol, thla f-'nd Ant nfAui;iiat
iwi. John nonoEs,
Sheriff Alexander county , Illluol.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY cn.S.
H:;iO 1'. M AiUMito'l, 1k-J.
AiiKUrtt. S' iliiiiln.r. Oclolitr.
fork $ -i if. is: 1
Wbi-nl ' I' W-i
Curu '.".'' 74
U:.ti I'. M.
Pork jJMH fJ'Mrt'i
VVIicul 1 H -i'i I",
Com Trt 7.U 74 H
Oat. 1"U :;J avi
i. U V. M. Cliilii!.
fork u : W-i t'2i
ttln-ut 1 I' J W', 'H
I'orn 7ii',J 7'i't 7.1',,
Oala i S, :Li 3.Vs
NEW YORK, AC liCS T Hi.
W 1 Hi xl 10 No 'J Hi.dfl U'4
Corn No. 2 '.'.k c
W. F I.A.r.hix, t""r cl'lor of .'fl B IUmtim
und atca nhoii pnneii.'er nt. Ord t for ail
Ulnilaof Htvain'mat oh printing aoliclted. OBce
it I'liiiit TK llot'.-l, No. M Ohio lovec,
M AOEi OK T1IK KIVb.lt.
The river tiiiiikt-iJ by the 5,Miiy;e las' even
inb' nt 4 o'ciuck at this port i:J fit!
'J inches auil fulliog.
I'ittshur, Auu. 3d li p. m Hivtr f-jet
1 1 itichos UQ1 falling.
Cincinnati, Au. 30 0 p. in. River' 'J
feet 3 incites nnd stutionary.
Ltjuisville, Au. 300 p. m. Kiver 0
feet 9 inches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 306 p.m. Uiver 5 feet
8 inched and risin".
St. Louis, Aug. 30 'i p. ui. Uiver 10 feet
8 inches ami falling.
"The Cons Millar from Cincinnati will re
port hereetrly this morning fur the port of
The L. P. Schenck from New Orleans is
due here early Fiiday morning. She is des
titled fur Cincinnati.
V'oather clear an i warm yesterday, ar,d
The fine steamer lludnon from St. Louis
ia due this evening for Paducah and Shaw
Deetown. Cap. John Griffith is her com.
The Vitksburg from the lower Mishinsip
pi ptused up for St. Louis last evening at
t:dv. Mie naa a iil'iu trip.
The Vint Shickle fiom Memphis arrived
here last evening at 2 :30. Sha was flying
light, but had a good passenger trip, added
a httnf tmssengers and stock here and left
for Cincinnati at 3 p. tu.
Mr. Sol. Silver failed to accompany Prut.
Headley's balloon acmuaut Tuesday after-
1 .1 1
noon, ills titany lrienos were greatly dis
appointed in his failure to m ike the aerial
flight. Sol. was undoubtedly afraid that he
could not cast his ''Asuion. Lt.nk" safely,
therefore he was excusable.
The Hello Memphis for Vickshurg will
leave here early this morning.
The John B.Maude for Memphis is due
here this eveniug for St. Louis.
The fine steamer City of B.iton Rouge
leaves here to-uiormw for New Orleans.
The Will Kyle is due thin moruinu from
Cincinnati and will receive freight here to
dy for New Orleans, leaving this evening
for that place.
The following is from the Pittsburg Dis
patch, und is credited to a ''man whose
reputation for truthfulness has never been
questioned :" "The steamer 'No Such,'
built in the year 1710 made the run from
St. Louis to Pittsburg in one day two hours
fifty-nine minutes and thirty seconds. She
uiitdcfJOO landings on her way up, stopping
forty eight Lours at Cairo, thirty-six hours
at Cincinnati and twenty-four hours
at Wheeling. Her other landings
averaged fourteen minutes each. Tho 'No
Such' w as a mot powerful boat, her dimen
sions being as follows: Length, 400 feet;
width, 54-1 feet. Her boiler was two inches
in diameter, and shu was allowed 409
pounds ol steam. She had a forty foot
stroke, and was of 40,887 tons burthen,
drawing two inches of water. Cnpt. Very
Fresh was commander. This is undoubt
edly tho fastest run on record, and settles
the question iu regard to tlm best time ever
made between St. Louis and t'jis port."
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child nuH'orlng and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. inslow s Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it, 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate tho bowels,
and pivo rent to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like made.
It is perfectly safe to use iu all cases, and
pleasant to the tasto, and is the prescrin
tion of one of the oldest ami ImHt female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold i.verywliere. 5J5 emits a bottle.
Sick and billions headache, ami all du
rnngemontH of stomach and bowel, cured
by Dr. Pierco's "Pollets,".or anti-billlnus
granules, So cents a vial. No cheap boxes
to allow waste of virtuoa. By druggists.
Prince of the Household.
Here we havo a Baby. It ia composed
of 11 P.nld Head and 11 Pair of Lungs,
One of tin. Lungs takes it Best whilo (lie
wilier runs the Shop, One of Themis
Alwiiys "ii Di ck a 11 the Time. The
Huby h a linger man tlmii his tnollicr.
lie likes to Walk around villi his l'lilb.-r
at Night. The Father does most of the
W id king nnd nil of tho Swearing. Lit
tle, (iirls, vou will Never Know what it
is to be a rather. Vim r Tribune.
Duuiaa, Pere, arid '.he Fickle Jar.
Once upon u time, uh the dinner-hour
Approached, Dumas f-'lt in his pocket
and found it empty, lie hud forgotten
. Making his way promptly to tlx1 hou-o
tf.f Paul M' lii'ice, lie found Mine. Menrice
at home, but not her IhisIihihI, w ho had
gono out,, taking the key of his eush-box
with him, and leaving Iht one solitary
louis for domestic expeti-es.
"Well, I'll take that," said Dumas;
"I wanted nt least live, hut it'll be hard
if I can't scrape together tho other
And pressing tho lady's hand warmly
he was about to take his leave, when
sh' cal!'d him back.
"(Hi, M. Dumas 1 know you are fond
of my pickles, and as I've jut been
making some l'e put a.-ide a j'i for
"Ob, thank joii ever so much. I'll
take it now."
"No; I'll l"t the servant girl carry it
out to our cab."
Dor..'.!' regnins the vehicle, followed
bv the maid, v-ho :-if s the piiviot s
jar on tlii"' .-cat beside l.ilu."
"Thanks, pn.," .-avstho rov.di-t,
with a paternal chuck of tho chin:
"here, take thi fT our trouble."
Ami he hands her the 1 ni l.o had
jtir-t borrowed from her mistress. --.Vi "
An Ohio lawyer
lor .-lealiltg .ie.'p.
Twenty little Indians, sittingin a row,
have been sent by the Osage tribe to the
school nt Carlisle, Pa.
Tennes-ee has lrt.OoO.ijoO acres tiniji
proved land, most of w hich is coveivd
with line timber.
Honry J. Uigelow. Professor of Sur
gery at Harvard, has resigned the chair
he Fias held with distinction thirty-three
Texas is to hold eleven normal insti
tutes in August. The cause of educa
tion is attracting much attention in thai
Some of the Eastern railways have
put small libraries for the iiseof passen
gers on their cars, and the notion takes
It is respectfully suggested that some
American iiews.a;ier reporter who can
get away for three or lour weeks' run
over to-Dublin und capture the assas
sins and turn 'em over to the police.
Otherwise there is no show of their be
The pillars iu front of Mr. J. Gordon
Bennett's Newport rc4di Lp e have been
ornamented with bronze oh Is. They
are redly gas lamps, the liht slivam
in from their eyea b.-iviiig a weird cf
l'ei I. There are six of them, two being
pi. teed at each of the three entrances.
Beecher says: "Early man i.i:'es are
the salvation of young men, and if a
young woman don't !oe you enough lo
go down and live humbly" with joii and
help you to wm k your way up she
doesn't love 011 -leave the torment to
somebody else!"' Cruel Beeeher.
Many persons who envy their neigh
bors because they are making more
money than themselves, forget that gen
erally those who get the largest salaries
have' their expen-. increased in propor
tion, and therefore often cannot save as
much as when they were living on a
An actor, just in. was descanting up
on the hardships of the combination sys
tem, particularly to married people
Said he: "I have seen my wife just once
this sea-on, and then at a railroad junc
tion. She was leaning on the arm of
her manager, ami I was cairying the
traps of our soubrette."
Bcliable statistics prove that onlv one
of every fifteen American girls who go
abroad to become great singer are ever
heard of afterward. The fourteen uih
ers marry Italian counts and are kept
too busy mendiiigtambourines and tend
ing thii inonkejs to keep up their homo
Some German newspapers are venerable-
with age. The I'raukfort Journal
is 'tJl years old, the Magdeburg Ziitung
is 25:1 years old, and ninety-eight others
are over 100 years old, and most of these
papers are no more like a real live
American sheet than they were 100 years
One hundred years ago small-pox was
spreading its terrors through Europe,
and Madame Elizabeth, Msler of Louis
XVI., otl'ered her fair arm for inocula
tion, to convince the people of its vir
tue. The people manifested theirgrati
tudo a few years later by chopping till
The census of agriculture will show
that there are Mll.iHtO.noo acres in farms
and '.W.OOil.oiiO acres of improved laud.
The value of the farms anioiinU to 110,
l'.'T.Hil, 0UU, or live limes the national
debt; value of farm animals, $1,0-00,-000,1100.
There are l!.l,;)o7,00() houses
in the country, or 0110 to every live hu
Professor Ctissonlmuer, of Prague,
over a year ago removed the larynx and
epiglollis of a patient sulVeiMng from
.'iineerous larynx, ami supplied an arli
lieitil larynx nnd vocal cords. The pa
tient Is a riding teacher, the best in
Prague, and Is busy continually. Ho
Millers neither Inconvenience nor pain,
His speech is perfectly inlelligihle, nnd
he etiis and drinks with facility. This
is the best, living exaniplu of what Ihfl
art or tlm surgeon nnd mechanician can
do for such a terrible, disease as cancel
of tho larynx. "
Professor Huxley will contribute to
Katun a notice of his deceased friend
Darwin, whom lie compares to Socrates,
saying there was iu him "tho Mime do
sire to find some o o wiser than him
self, the same belief in thn sovereignty
of reason, tho same ready humor, tho
same sympathetic interest in all tho
w.is ninl works of men."
There were ,S90 stones in Disraeli's
Star of the Garter, nnd his executors
have had them removed from their set
ling, remounted in rings, with an Earl's
coronet and the word "Boaeonslield"
engraved nn the inside of each ring, and
hate offered them for sale to those ad
mirers of the Premier who are willing
to pay .something handsonio for nifinen-
The Bishop of Limerick being in fail
ing health, his physician recently told
him it would bu necessary for him to
seek rest and change of air at Nice. Tho
Bishop positively declined to do so.
Then said the doctor, plainly: "My
Lord, 1 tell you candidly that jour case
is a most M-rious one; and if you do not
go to Nice, you must very soon go to
Heaven," "Oh, well, in t'hat case," re
plied the Bi.-hop, dismally, "I will goto
.X ICC. '
A poor sewing girl who went to the
late Dr. dobn Y. Gray for advice, was
given a phial of medicine and told to go
home and i;o to bed. "I can't do that,
doctor," the girl replied, "for I am de
pendent on what I earn every day for
my living." "If that is so," said Dr.
Gray, "I'll ch:oii:e the medicine a little,
(iive me Ii.ii k the phial." He then
w rapped around itajio bill, and re
turning it lo her. reiterated bis order,
"Go iioiiie and go to bed," adding.
"Take the inedici! e, cover and all."
Bali iiiiore j.a - an "electric boy," re
cently brought from South America nnd
sooll lo be placed mi exhibition. lie is
so highly charged that all he touches bij
conies luagneti.eil, and an entire as
semblage is cloctrili.-d by touching hiiiR
The rubbing together of his hands pro
duces a beautiful effect of sparkling,
livid lire. Tlie citi.cus ait) going to at
tach wires to him and establish anew
s stein of electric lamps for street use.
The orange crop in Florida will be
very light this season. The cause can
not but partially he accounted for. There
is found a very dangerous insect in
many gt;yyes w liicli has effected much
damage 'The insect many years ago
caused infinite trouble in the orange
groves, and it was thought at one timo
thai orange culture would have to bo
abandoned in the state. Of late years
the trees have not been greatly troubled
in this way.
The world's production of precious
metals last year, according to the Min
ing Htcunl, w as about as follows: Unit
ed Stales !ol,0ni,i)00 gold, !I2,5i)0,(ilj)
.silver; Mexico and Spanish America,
000,000 gold. sjl. 000. olio silver; Bus
sia and Asia, SJ-.Vioo.oon gold, !?ooo,
0011 silver: Europe, 1,;iOO,uh) gold, 10,
Ik 11 1,1 m 10 silver; Austria and Pacilic Is
lands, 000,000 gold, ij.jOO.OOO silver.
Total, .;iO.OOO,Ooo colli, 8 1,600, 000 sil
ver, or 17 1,600,000 iu nil.
The French Government, which main
tains, a monopoly on the sale of tobacco
within its Territory, have awarded the
contract for supplies of the American
weed, as follows: Ten thousand hogs
heads of Kentucky tobacco, divided be
tween M rs. Hoil'man it Hurler, both
of Paris; H.ooo hog-heads of Virginia. to
Maiiju; 1 i'lpo, of Madrid; 6,000
hogsheads ol Maryland, to II utter, and
2,oiio hogsheads of Ohio, to Hoil'man.
Messrs. Toll, Bose ov Co. and Mr. G.
Betisens, of New York, are the agents
of the Kentucky award, and Iteyues
Bro., of New York, the Virginia.
A veteran officer at the review of tho
We-t Point, cadets the other day re
marked that neither General Sherman
nor General Howard was attired in reg
ulation garb. To the eye of the layman
their cocked hats, ostrich plumes, gold
cords, epaulets and sashes left nothing
to he desired. But the veteran, more in
sorrow than in anger, pointed out that
neither wore spurs, that General Sher
man was without a sword, and that
General Howard's hat was rear side be
fore. Nevertheless the review passed off
succ-o-'ullv and the heavens did not falL
There are three wicks to tho lamp of
a mail's life brain, blood and breath.
Press the brain a little, its light goes
out, followed by both tho others. Stop
thn heart a minute, and out go all three
wick.-. Choke the air out of the lungs,
and pre-ently the lluid ceases to supply
the other centers of Maine, and all is
fcuoi: .i.igtialion, cold and darkness.
ST. JOS EPlT'S LO KETTO ACA DEM Y
FOUNDED, iy03. CHARTERED 1 b 0 -1 .
This institution, under tho direction of
the Sisters of Lorotto, is situated in tho
most elevated and healthful locality in tho
city; commanding a view of both tho Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The new building
erected in plaoo of tho one lately destroyed
by lire is more commodious And comforta
ble than tho old one, and tho grounds are
more extensive nnd beautifully shaded.
Parents and guardians m iy bo assured that
their children and wards will receive tho
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training. Tho facilities for tho trans
mission ol pupils to nnd from this
institution me unsurpassed; via
rivets; the Ohio nud Mississippi
tho Illinois Central ruilroad, Wa
bash railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow guago railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city ol'Cairo. Tho usual academic
course of studdiea is taught at
this institution. Tho scholastic
year is divided into two . sessions
of twenty weeks each ; tho tlrst opening ou
the lirst Monday iu September, tho second
commencing with tho first Mouday in
February aud terminating at tho expira
tion of tho foity scholastic weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Board and Tuition in common brunches,
$70. Board and tuition in higher, branch
es, 73. Music extra. (Argus 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 docs 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 having laid Ita
hold upon the human frame, the
door ol the tyitem it thrown open
to nervous diseases. The body
weak and Meebled absorbs no
nourishment, but subsisting upon
itself, the digestive organs no
longer perform their functions ;
the liver becomes torpid, and other
organs failing to do their routine
work. speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being 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 new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, $l per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LNSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS1
Mutual Aid Society,
OrKaniied Julv Hth, 1877, Under the Laws 0
the State of Illinois. Co)vri(?litfd Jalv
9, 1877, Under Actof Ciiiijrrt'Sa.
JA.8. 8. Moti.VTIEY PretldoM
,1. II. HOHIN SON 1st Vlco-Preanlent
M. I'UlLUrS 2nd Vlco-1'n.aldaut
.1. A. UOLIKSTINK Truaauror
7s,'vcth1i:kN Mu,llc41 Aier
THOMAS 1, B WIS ". Secretary
ED. II. WHITE AKiitaut riecri'ttuy
Wm P. PITC n KR, L, S. THOMAS,
W.CJOCKLYN, V. VINt'KNT,
WILL T. HKnntliN.
J. A. GoldMlne, of Ooldatlnu A It iconwator, whole
aalu and rut ol rtrv good, etc.; Jaa. M. Mutiahey,
lumber dealer ; Win. K. I'ltchur, general airunt;
Albert Lcwl, dualur In Hour and grain; L. 8.
Thotnaa, hrlcklayur; Monua t'hllltpa, contractor
and builder; It. A. Uitimbloy, grnctir; Thou,
fi'wln, ai'cnuury and atturuuv-at law; W. It,
Muroan, llmapathlc lihyaiciau; II rtandor, of
SaudorA Sou, grocers; U, 11 llalril, street tupr.
visor; Kit II. While, aoa't aec. W. A. O. M. A. So
clety; J. W. Splur, liitnhor ami s.w-mlll; K. L.
Ournlguii, harhr; R. 14 lilntrleh. clerk W., Ht. L.
A P. U. K ! M. Knblur. tuiirvbaut tailor: Jeff M,
('lark, dwtlar tn wall-paper and window ahadea; J.
Z. KngllBh, contractor Mid bulld.ir; WiH T. Ked
burn, of Mora A Kmlliurn, ciitar mahafKctnrera;
P. Vincent, dttatr In I into itnd rnuunl; L A.
rhu'pa, photogrnph.ir; W.C. orclvn, drntiti 8
II, Taber, mr. Juwel.ir; ,f. II. Kohluaon, J. P. and
notary pnlillo; . (4. Peine, ihrlclan; U. W.
lioatwkk, Insurant aiicnt: K. K. Jafboe. foratnaa
ht.Gaa main a, and E K. Wl bridgo, lumbar and
aaw-mlll, of Cairo t It. Irfnghion. cashlar Nat.
Hank.Htnart, Iowa; Kt. T. A. Wlikron, Pryors -burg,
Ky.jJ.W. Tarry, physician, fulton, K.