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CAIRO B ITLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. Fill DAY MOBNING, OCTOBER 20, 1882.
sa.,r N. B. Tlistlewoosl.
Treasurer T J. Krth.
Clcra Diniits. J, froley.
Cotine ir--Wm. ii. Ollbert.
Marshal 1,. II. Meyers,
BOAKO of AI.USMUSSI
f trol Ward -Win, Mctlale. T. M . Klmbrough.
ttecoud Ward-Jesse lluikle, C . N. Uughea.
Third Ward B. F, Make, Johu Wood.
Fourth V. ard Charles 0. Patler, Adoiph 8wo
bod. Mi n Want-T. W. Holiday. FrneH B. Pettlt.
( ri nil .1 iiglU. .1 linker.
Circuit Clrk-A. li Irvl.i.
County Judge R. r, Vn..um.
County t'lur S.J. Ilutni.t.
Couuty Attorney .1. M. Daii.t
Couuty Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Bherlif John Hod.
Coroner K. Kilxiicrit'd
County Cornmleuiuneis-T. W. IJl!tdyi J. A.
Ulbbs ii nd Peter r-aiip
(1A1RO H YP l'l ST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; preaching flri aud laird Sjtidas In
racn monta, 11 a . m. :'d 7:H i tu .; prayer incut
in I'ti ur- l.iy, T: wu. w i 8iiud school. ': 3i a. in
ICev. A. J. HBaS Pastor.
IIL'UCU Of 'I UK RBDEKMKK-K(.!icopa'
O Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:0Ua m., Uuly
Eucharist; a Sunday s:hooi; '1:00a.m.,
Morning Pravers; a.oo p. iu.. Evening Prayere. F
P. Di.vi upon, S. T. H. lienor.
i-li.hT MISSION AHV BAPTIST CHCRCil.
J j'r '. -1 In,' at i0.;v a. n... 4 p. in., and 7: p. m.
.'At a -bixil t T::hi p. ia Rev. T. J. Whore.,
(.(. i r
Ir'l'l'.KhAN Th'rteutB irt j n-rvli.es Sab
j b.'h 1 : a. ru ; Sunday school t p. tt. Rev.
Kimppi-, past Jf .
Mi;i'UuD!h7Cur. Etifbtb tad Wali.ut streets,
Prea-bleir habbath 11:U). m. and7:'W p.m.
cKUi.ny hrli'iiii at foo p ra. llov J. A. ticarrftU,
a ,,, '
IjiOH'YTKlsI .V -LHrhth street; p.ricnlu.: on
tvibl.aih tl l:iw a. m and 7::p. m.; prayer
n.. oi.e w 'i-itneaiiav at 7:1'tp. m.; tstiuiy school
at S tu. Rev it. V. OeorM, pastor.
8' ..Ht'EI H b--illjinao Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walif't streets : -:rvl es rWiliata ID I .
Sunda) School at 2 p. m ; Vespvrs 5 p m.; er
nc vijry"!y at l a ro. llov. (j'll-ira, IMui-t.
ST. PATK!i'K"S-w Human l uauUt ) Corner Ntrth
ml ai.d Wa.iili.tou avxnav; .irvlc eb
oath t and in a. m. ; Vripr it p. tl.; standny Hckool
t p. in. n-rvlce. evcrv da at a m. K'-v. Mnotcrn
Mr. R. i'l rZtiEKAl.li auth irlxi-. n to an
Bniinca htm a. a caadtdaf tor re-u.wctlou tl the
oflii: of Coroner of Alexander county at Ihi com
I ng Nurruhr election.
We ar aHtiur zi-1 to aunojiic; tht Mra. P. A
Tavlori.an lent ca.idirt or rc-olcctiuu
to the ofli e of '' int ;nrr in t'-ii'lr .', t if ouhiic In
itructton. ..ilij'.ct to tho d icieion ol tb roHra ol
We arc auttioriacd to annout;r that Mr L. C.
tilUH.i. of Thnheii. I a candidate for the ollicti of
County Huperlutendent of SthooU a: the euituinj;
coc Mir CLEHK.
Wii ari tnthnr-idd to annouure th.it Mr. SAMf
F.L J. IIU'MM will be an IiiileiieUueni candidati;
for thr nUlCtf of County Clerk at thecouiiDj; NoTfia
We are anihor! j; ;d to annoaacu that THOMAS
J I'KAUi. ol II. jv P.rk, i. a ran it late for tho
f.mcvof i.'uiiutv CiMniatinor tlx :jumij So-vemtx-r
Wi- ar.i aaih ir.zej to tat that Mr. J. II. ML'I.
("Alley, of Co nmerclai l' :tnt. wi.l be a c.ndl
dite for County CoiuiulionT at the couiinK No
ve in bvr elect lou
.Vv r." i::i irie; l to aiiuuuu'-e that H. A. D.
VILIiVN'nlS.or JcJ'ron co'i-iiy. Ii a candidal
for t:-ir rti n .llati! oun iu the fourth
D.vii in ol Imiiioi-i. a'ijiict to the iH'Cl.lou of a
ruv-:ntcjii of 'He Democratic party
Wa arc a.itUirized to announce Mr. JOtlX
HODGES aa a caudi lata for MiertT of Alexander
i ciUNIT JL'IHIK.
Ed . Ilullctln : l'U'aie annouueu my name a. the
eandi 'lateof tho poopli for the oiSce of Countv
Jod'e at tlf November election. JlSllsll.
We 4-h luttiorized to announce tho name of
WAI.fEK VAK J K It if a t; indida is for tnit o!Bc
of t: him v Judi't of A'.exir.dcrCouaty.
We :ir,' ii'iorli,;,! t a'liioiiici' .Instlre JOHN'
II ifjltl S.iO S m au independent candidate for
CiVm'v.l'id ' til'1 coining SoveUTT elr.-tjnn.
W . are antbnriiLMt to anuoun; Mr. MILES V.'.
PA It Kf-lt an un lu.li'pendent cmdidato for trca--nrcr
of Al xiudur county at Dm cotulni November
LlTiNOlS 0KNTRALR. H.
r . .11.1 1 1 .a
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line liunuint;
O DAILY TllAINiS
Making Direct Connection
TtuiN l.itri Caiho:
3;03 a m. MrII,
ArrlvtEilla 81. 1.ouU9; m.: Cblctgn,H:30p.m.;
Counectina at Odin and Rtllncbam for Clncln
Datl, LonlhVlllu. Indlanapolt" and pointi Kaat.
11:10 u.m. Bt. Ijouia anil Vtfrn
Artlvlnc In Ht. Loula 7:05 p. ra., and counectlnu
for all point Wed.
3:50 p.m. Kunt lUxprB.
JnrHt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at 8t. Lutil
V): tO p.m., and Chicago 7 :i a m
1 Fifl n.m. ("'ilicillllRLL lliXOrottH.
Arriving t Cincinnati 7:i a.m.; I.oiii.vllle (1:55
Q rn. , iniuaiiawowp .hi. i i. uT
tin. train roach the above iiolnta 1VJ to 3)
UuUUd tu advance of any other route.
fWTUo 3;M p. tn. oxpreaa hat PULLMAN
KLKKriND CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chaiiea, and through aleopera to Bt. Loala and
hrat Timo Kast.
Iliiflnnmwiiit! by this lino go through to Ka.t.
1 tlSSenSreiS 0rn uolnu without any delay
. ... .-.f: j... ...A-M.:.i.. Th. ati,n1uw ?,.,-
caii.eu ny ounaay iuveri-iiuiK. u
....... ,..( ....... ..i.rt aluna In nnw York Monday
uvuu 1.1 iu innu van' - j
morning at 10:a5. Thlrty-ilx hours In advanceof
ny other rontii, .....
Mf-Kor through tickets and further Information,
tppiy ai iiiiiiou f enirai iiBiiroaa jejiwi, v um.
J. U. jONBB.Tloliot Agent,
A. 11. HAN BON, Oun . Pai, Agent. Chicago
ft. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
Mall S:05a.m I tMall 4: a.m
tAci-oiirdation.ll :10 a.m I 'Uiorem 11:10 a.m
KipreM 3:50 p.m j Accmdatloa..4:15 p.m
C. t. L. A N. 0. R. It. (Jackaon Route).
Vail 4 4'. a.m I tMall M. .. 4:3op.m
ttixoreiia I0:?,0a m tExpreaa 10:lam
tAc'uiodatluu 4:l0p m
8T. L.C. K R (Narrow Gauge )
ICxpr- I0;i a.m I 'Kxpr.da 4:35 p.m
Accoui'dutlon. 1 ;) p.m I 'Accoia'datolo 1:05 p.m
HT.L.. l,M 4 S. K. R.
Exprcaa ll:Wip,m tKxpreaa . 8:20 p.m
WABASH, ST. I.Ol'H 4 PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mall ft fc .... 5:oo vm I Mall 4 Ex.... :fiOp.m
tAccoun'datlon i:'.i p.m 1 1 Accom'dation 11 :10 a.m
Daily except Hunday. t Dally.
MOBILE 4 Onto B. It
Mail J:Ml. m. I Mail 9:10 p. m.
Uf KIOK 2n;hU Htreet, near Comn erelal Atenoe
jy E W. WIIITLOCK,
Drpu.c No. 13 Comra'rela! Avenue, betweeo
ttk'hli. and Ninth treu
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, Iu the State ol Illinois, at the cloao of
October 3rd, 1882,
Loan, and discounts..... $ 42.372 13
L'. S. bond to cure circula
tion 60.0U0 00
L'. h bonds on hand 5,100 00
Other .tockt, bondi and mort-
. (fan"i 76,217 43
Due from approved re.ervo
gnt. t M,20 W
Due from other National banka 10,0e3 97
Due from Mate banka and
baokfra. 30.103 .'A 1M.473 40
Real e.tatn, furniture and fix
ture. 25.4uO 37
Curreni eip:n(e aud taxea
ram A .XM M
Premium, paid - M
Check, and other ca.b ltem..$ 2,523 74
Hills of other banka.-. 0,104 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickeleandpennle. 550 00
Oold ..$17.94-' 00
Stlv.r. 3,7t7 0021,788 00
Lecul Tender coiei 15,o00 00 5",W1 71
Kcdemptlon fund with V. ri.
l rea.urer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) ... 2.250u00
Terr ax, . 1782,972 28
Capital itock paid tn
ISS.Oi fl fti
urpiu. i-ntin ,
l ndivided rrorit
N.ttunttl foanii otu. onf. land
Individual deno.lt. .nbject to
Check SUUM 54
Deniand CHrtlllcate.ofdepo.il, H.ss 61
Due to other National bank., S,V3 43
Due to Mate banka and
banker. 48.674 03- 499.317
Total I782X3 38
State of Illiuoia. county of Alexander, ...
I. Thoe. A. llallldnv. Cashier of the above named
bank, do .olemnlv swear that the above statement
1. true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Thoh. s . iiallidai. cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day
of Oct, 1J. M. J. UowLir, Notary public,
counter Attest :
It IT. CrNNISOIIAM,
O. D. Williamson, VDIrector.;
U. II. Cxnnit, )
TUE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAU
1 DAILY PACKKT.
STEAM El I
HENRY E. TAYLOR Master
OEO. JOBES Clerk
T.enve. Paducah for Cairo da'ir (Sundave except
ed) at a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Roturu-
tng, Leaves uairo at4 p. m. Jiouaa. city at op. m.
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
III REE V15 STATES.
On and aftnr Mondav. July 21, and until further
nolle-, thu ferryboat Three States will run at near
as posslbluou the following time table!
MAVIS LIATIS- LIATlt
Foot Fourth tt. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:3d t. m.
2:oo p, m.
7:00 a. m.
2:30 p. m,
7:30 a. tn.
8:00 p. tn.
Foot Fourth st. KontiidKy Ld'g. Missouri Lhnd'g.
4:oop1m. ' 4:ip.m :10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Konttirkv landing at 4 :30o'clock
p. iu., tun itonr. win go to nirtis ruini, maKinir con
necilon with T. 4 8t . L. tasoniir train for Cairo
First trip at .8:3 a. m. leaving Clro, Will connocl
with r. & i- u. train leaving uairo.
Q.E0RGE U. LEACII, M. D.
PhvHiolan and Surffoon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathlo troat
munt of surgical diseases, aud diseases of wonior.
Office t on 14th street, opposite ths Post Office
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHA3. CUNNING
9:30 P. M. October 19, 1882.
Pork $ B921 KO $
Wheat 9fl'4 !'7ai 98
Pork 23 00 i IV. -
Wheat Qf 9- m
Oats Sli't Wi Wi
W. F. Lakbdiic, river editor of i'aa Uulletiv
and steamboit passenger aiut. Orders for all
klndsof steamboat Job priutlng solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotol'o. 72 Ohio levee.
HTAOES OF TUB RIVER.
The river markwl y tho Kauyu 'ust
evening at this port, 8 feet and falling.
PitUburrr, Oct. 196 p. m Hiver 1 foot
C inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 19 -15 p. in. River 7
7 inches and rising.
Louisville, Oct. 10 G p. ra. River 5
feet and stationery.
Nashville, Oct. 19 -(J p.m. River 1 foot
8 inches and stationery.
The Belle of Shreveport will leave here
to-day for New Orleans.
One of the government sna boats from
St. Louis arrived here lustniuht.
The Golden Crown is over duo from
Cincinnati, enroute for New Orleans.
Yesterday was quite cool with a steady
wind blowing from thu north all day.
Tho W. P. IIal!iday fmrn New Orleans
is due here for St. Louis this morning.
The Hudson from St. Louis is clue this
morning for Paducah aud Shawneetown.
The Clinton for Memphis now running
as a Anchor Line picket, passed down last
Tho Commonwealth left St. Louis for
Vicksburg last evening and is duo to
night. The City ot lislna leaves t. L mis this
evening for Memphis, aud is due here at
this point to-morrow night.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
arrived hero last evening at i :'ii) and left
during the night fur Vicksburg.
Only 0 feet of scant water from Cairo to
Louisville. From present indications there
is a fine pro-p-ct of a '-drouth'' in steam
The Fannie latum from St. Louis, we
are reliably informed, is loaded for the
lower Mississippi an I will run iu the cot
ton trade this winter.
The Vint Shinklefor Memphis will leave
here to-morrow if she don't hang on one of
those detestable Siud bars. V. F. Lamb
din, passenger agent here.
The Golden Rule is advertised to leave
Cincinnati Saturday evening for New Or
leans. She is one of tho palace steamers of
tbe Big O. Line, and passeugers going
goutli on her can get tickets from W. F.
Lambdin, ageut, at low rates.
Look out for the tine stcatmtr Will Kyle
from New- Orleans to-day. Tho Kyle is
fast and her olBcers are first classs. Pas
sengers traveling on her will receive every
attention essential to comfort and W. F.
Lambdin will furnish tickets at bis oflke
72 Ohio levee.
The Qus Fowler is the mail boat to- day
from Paducah, will connect with tho rail
roads hero going east and west this even
ing, also connect with tho Ohio and Cbcse
peake and Taducah & Memphis railroads
andEvansvillo packet at Paducah, leavfng
here at 5 p. tn. to-day.
The .TamcB W.Uaff from Cincinnati ar
rived hero yesterday morning at 9 o'clock.
She had a good freight and passenger trip,
added flfty nino passengors here and about
200 tons of freight. Wo thinks this looks
like people have not abandoned travel by
rlyer. The Gaff lett for Memphis at 3 p.
Such whs tho verdict of tho jury iu the
casoof Tho Peoplo vs. Fred, Louia and
Lulu Kouhlor. The indictment charged
them with tho larceny of a cow belongiug
to Mr. Francis Kline. The principal wit
ness against them wns a young negro
named Fountain who turned states cvi
donce, confessing his own complicity iu tho
crime. Rut the defense succeeded in im
peaching, and his testimony was therefore
of not much weight with tho jury.
Tho nooolo were represented by State's;
Attorney Dainron aud Judge W, II. Green,
and tho defendants by Messrs. Llnegar,
Mulkcy and Leek. Tho argument lasted
all day yesterday, and tho cuso was given
to the jury about 6 o olock yesterday even
lng. The jury was out until 0 :30 o'clock
and theu rendered the verdict above.
Thcro is now no further indictments over
Messrs. Fred and Louis Koehler they are
cleared so far as a court of justice could
clear them; but there is one more indict
ment pending ovir Lulu, bused upon the
theft of a cow belonging" to Mr. Charles
Gayer. But this cise as in the other tho
same young negro is tho principal witnens,
aud th result will probably be tho same.
Court convenes this morning to take up
the ca.vj of a negro named Brown, charged
with petit larceny for the second time,
which makes hun liablo to a term iu the
penitentiary if proven guilty.
Wk can, without hesitation, say that
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has given the best
satisfaction, we have sold an immense
amount of it during the past winter.
Wallace, I1ii.ton& Co.
Druggists, Lock Haven, Pa.
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SHQniD'BK CAREFULLY READ THAT CORRECT.
'CONCLUSIONS MAY BB ARRIVED AT. '
PAUL O. BCnUH, . ''
Devr Sir: Recognizing the fact t bat
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between the professions jof
pharmacy and jnedicine, and feeling that a
better understanding of the function and
duties of the two profession bhould be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Ca'ro, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists of thia city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing medi
ciucs, fortlio following reasons:
First. The science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of the science of
Seronl. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and .robbing the
physici m of their lngetimato business.
Third. You are practicing d.rwption
tipon the sick; therefore we ak you to ad
here to the law governing the prac'ice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your attention, in the matter of
refilling picsrriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. The
above practice is injurious to both patient
and physicians; the patient often suffering
from the effects of improper medicine, and
the physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine h did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of the prescription loses his ownership in
the same, s soon as it is once filled and
placed on flip, and that be has no right to
-lcund that it be takn from the file and
bo refilled, except by tho ureter ot tli pre.
scribintr rhJ'e;i:1,n8- We therefore ash.
you to discontinue the practice.
After due deliberation, we the under-
signed numbers of the "Medical Associa
tion of Ciro" bave resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who shall after this date, bo known to pro
scribe for any one requirinor the services of
a plnsician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
auth irlty of the physician. Respectfully,
W. R.Sm tii, Prcs J. C. Sullivan, V. P.
G. O. Parker, Sfx'y. J. J. Gordon. J. U.
Bryant. C.W. Dusning. D. II. Parker.
J. S. Pethie.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unpn judicod
person can readily read between the lines
the real motives prompting iho Cairo Med
ical Asoci itiim to issue tut It a proclama
tion, I feel like making a lew remark:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
l'J years past and do not utt' o l to !, rive
it now, on the contary, I will tiy, in the
futuro, as I have in tne past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wunts of
my patrons to the best of my ability. I
am neither reooimi nor ucyino any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please each
and every one, who kindly favors ma with
their calls. Respectfully,
Paul G. Sciiuh.
The TVi-si Oallinipper.
j was t. ilking tu S:iiiil)o lal ewtilng,
having h:it'.lly recovered front the ef
fects of the gmudest sunset ever wit
nessed, when my ears were snluted wiih
what appeared :tt fir,t to be slrains of
niusie in the ili.t:tnce. Then my left
cheek was saluted with :t .smin-k mi l a
burning bile thai seelm-il to pelu'trnti)
tu III" very liiimv I m-Vef illil service
on ii Chicago newspaper, bill months of
consent exposure to all sorls of we (the,
had tanned my cheek severely nla! to
no purpose. ' That, sting w as a new
revelation to nits and I wits brought to '
my feet wiih a liowl of pain ami an ex
elnmatiou not in coiixoiiancu with my
earlv training in Sabbalh sehool.
"What, was that, Sam?" I cM-laim-ed.
"Dat, boss?" said Sain, with ft
chuckle, "why dat was one tlem gal
nippers." I believed him. I will not I'Migi'r
ute The iiiM'i-t w is unusually laro. I
havo it -as imieh larger than tin ordi
nary civilized niuMpiiio as a Texas jack
ass rabbit is larger than the innocent
Imiiuie" of the Northern stubble. Hois
tiggressivt'. He sings n bar or two in
(lie d'Maiiru, it is true, but ho does not
"steep your senses in forgetfiiiiiess." as
does (lis smaller ally. He advances u L
onco lo the attack and generally as
saults you from the front. You can't
escape by the ii" of any clolhing. If
voii try that. Miblerfiign lie sils on you
like a coroner's, jury or u p.ltetit well-diggi'i-
and ho bores Into your kiti nt
liit in fplto of every impediment,
Leather is no use. It's rt fact; ho bores
through your boots, and when your
body is covered with h swarm of p'sts n
small ruNitrvo force nmuse Ihciiisolvos
by boring boles in thu vlru of your bat.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRQ R.R.
TRAINS RUN Ad FOLLOWS.
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Snnday, at 10:25 a. m. Arriv.s 4:35 p.m
Accommodation arrives at 12:06 p. ra. and de
parts at 1:20 p.m..
OHDINANCK NO. lot).
An ordinance piovlUIng for thu Improyem nt of a
portion f.f Eighth street.
lie it ordained bf tu Citv Council of the City of
Section 1 That Eighth street from the easterly
side ol Washington avenne to the woaterly side of
Jefferson avenue be Improved in the manner here
inafter provded, to-wl:
bectiou i. The t rade of said street shall bt) trvi
g-ado established l.r Washington avenne at Its in
tersection wiih said Kl htb street, and all portions
of said street provldxl herein to be improved
wh'ch may be below said established grate shall
be tilled thereto. Provided that where the surface
or natural grade of said street ma now bo above
said established grade, said na'.ur 1 grade shall be
taken as tbe established grade aud .ha I only be
dug Into or removnd sufnclent to level the ground
or to give proper crown to taid street
SectlouS. Said street shall bts covered with
f;rav I of a good quality for such purposes to be
aid to a dapth of one foot in loo centre of said
ttrt with a gradual decline in a thickness at the
outer elgo ol I lie sidewalk of nine inches, provided
the ssrfjc-eof .aid strwi shall he first graded so as
five proper crown, affording sufficient dralnsge
Section 1. The said Improvement shall be made
liv special sssessmeLt as provided for In .actions
lft to 51 Inclusive of article of the act of tbe gen
eral assembly of the state of Illinois, approved
April If, 1872. and entitled -An act to provide for
tbe incorporation of cities and vlliair.es.
Approved October 17th, A. D 1W2.
N. H. THIKTLEWOOD, Mayor.
Attost.:-D J.Foiet. Citv Clerk.
Published ltj The Cairo Bulletin Oct 2nb, 1&S2
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'lf ru.a Wines, CUa-spf everv choice brand
and Liquors of all duds alwavs on bund. Custom
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS. President.
11. WKLl.8, Cashier.
T. J. Kcrth, Asa't cash
V. Bross. Cu!ro William Kjiilo. .fain
PelwNutr " William Wolf.... "
0. M Osterloh " ICO. Patier "
E. A. Under ' II. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Uxchaugii sotd and bought. Interest p.il.l li
the Havings Department. Collections made aud
all businuxs promptly attended to.
NW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TII1U CITY.
(iOODS'SOLU VERY CLOSE
O. O. 1'ATIEU & CO..
Cor, Niuoteonth street 1 Puifn Til
Commercial Avenne i lallU 111
rpiIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illlnoiei.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOS. W. HALLIUAV,
ltNTBRPRISE SAVING BANK,.. ' -.'.Mr
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or Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
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health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong ? .
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. a6, 18S1.
Gentlemen : 1 have suffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicine., and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, and spleen, but I got no relief.
1 thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitten,; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
in side and baric all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
strength and flesh. Itcan justlybs
Called tit king of nltjiciius.
John K. Alibncsr.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases,
To all who are snft'eriug from the errors and In
discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de
cay, lots of muuhuod. Sic, I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FREE OF CUARGF.. This
great reaedy was discovered by a mlstlouarv In
South An.erira. Honda sulfaddres ed envelope
to tho Rkv. JoukphT. Insuv. Station D. New
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