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THb, DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 12, 1884.
NEW ADYKitTIHK MKNTS.
Straight Cut No. ' 1
CIOAUKTTUHmnkort who art willing iovaya
little mors for Cltarettea Ihnc the prleo chmi
or tb ordinary trade t'ijiurettea will find llio
SUPKKIOIt TO AI.L OTHKIIS. '
They aru made from the brllest, mr-i dell
catuly 11 ivorul anil hit!' eft co-t of irold leaf irrown
n Virginia, and are ab;oultly without adiltera
n ur trm.,
Wnetho nine Kr m h Kite paper, of our
nwn rtirnrt Iroonrttiinn. whh U Isiiiuee especially
W us, water n,tlied Willi 'u- Maine of tiie brand:
Richmond Straight Cut No. I,
on each GiRarutte, without which none are ceau
lne. Haao lmitatlou o; th!" Iruncl ha v- Im-n i-iit
on tale, ami Cigarette -miters ure cautlon'-d that
this is thu Old and Oritjjna, brand, and In nisei vu
that each paca(u r box ol
Richmond StraigM Cut Cigarettes
JIKaIU Tilt fHINAll UK iV
ALLEN & GUTTER, Manufacturers,
ltlCIIMON 1), VA,
Burner. No more 'rouble 10 nr.ve wieka. hvery
family want" It. Kit any lump. I' mm.1 l'IoIj--.
Sella at slight Tbiee burners for fi to ai.y hu
drees. Holler Lamp liurLer (Jo., 7 J Murray hi , N.V.
Change All That.
Instead of liniments', lotions, tie !; riinV Cna
cine l'orona l'laaters oik-at and b'M. i'i:t.
Aft A MONTH and IMiAHl) (ar t Use ),un'
Xll.) inaii or ladled m each co intv. Addre-a 1'.
V ' J W. .I GLKlt ,V t'J., LYkseo, U.
T7 I) fLl on James fiver S'a., m a north
I' A IS ,1 i em si-ttlemeLl. Illustrated dr
u ok p Tc"YTQ"r'-' ,r"t "h
a anrpriBj I V JT I vll 1 fj ib-t In w.e xn.pVd
In what la now fur the ami tain: oi.'iieil th-ui
by the ITKKAltv l volnt ion.
Nome of U the het staud 'a-d books of the
world. iup rlily lliu-irst'-'l, richly h nir.d, retailed
at a mere fraction of former prices. Ili(i Ills
COIJ NTH and eic'nd ve terr- J tory l' v.-n
good agent. lo'-piiri; ra'alopie free. '.V-: 'e i'in.k
JOiiS M. M.liKS, I'tiVieii.T.
:'!'! i'earl M , New York.
The Science f Lift?. Only Si
in mail ro.sT-r.vii).
Hxhauated Vitality. Nervous and I'byicfii l)e
hllitv. Prmawr Decilnu In Man. Krrora ol
Youth, and untuld miaerlea ri-aulttnn Irom h.d.a
tretton or excesses A hook for every man, vomit;,
mlddle-sged and old. Itcon'a'.ni V prescription,
or ail acute and chronic disease-, acli one ol
which la Imaluabte. ;-o loutid t,y the A ut h. r,
whose experience for 24 yeanU urh ad nroSah'y
nerer befero fell to the lot of any bhylc.lan. iWO
paged, hound In beautiful Kn-nch mualin, eniho
edcorera, tut' pllt, KUarante-d to be a liner v.vrt
tn ev. ry una mechanical, liU'rary and to. i
iiotal than an other work anld In tMd c un'ry
forf-' W. ot the nnney will he refunded mi e.r;.
IndtancH. J'tice nlf $1.'' bv mill. o.-' :i ti d
IUutuatWf arn lo ' cents. Send tln'.tt
medal award' d the author by the Nido ul Medua
Afociatiou, to the tllcerr 1 1 which he r f '
Thia booa dhould he r.'id hy the yon'i -,!
atrnctlon, and by the afflicted for relit! It nil'
benefit all. London l.nlKet.
There i no raoraher nl octi'ty to v honi
baok will not he naeful. whi ther yo.ith. wm
guardiau, liiaUtictoror h ri: tua.i Arirona .!.
Add:o the PealKidy Vetiii 1 li.at'.lute. or !)
W. H Parker, No. -4 D i'd'oH M eet. II .ion.
lIaa.,who mav he crtidUiLtJ on all di- n'd
qaifina aklll anil exparieT.ec f'luornc ai.'l n'eli
nate dldea.ea that bate hafllod 1 1 I," I "''
kill of all o'her phvd!ciau a W"
claltv. .Such treated nc- II rC 1 1
ced-fulU without anlnat- 1 11 1 Oljll
anceol failure. .Mention th;a paper.
ll dieadedi)f lw f-ki".
Kr File, VSonnda. (uta. Idcer? or f "'. n
riii"ly Id dopciiiii In dcithh ir and lie.ilii n s
l'dnllliMi Skin Cure. It due not nnurt or burn.
ltirtuini in ten Inaitai?t oitowihii M ' ''''.
. ABSOLCTELT CUtliSB
NASVL CATAIlRir. AfTTF.ori II i'.l'NH ' i'i 'I.!1
lu the Head, lttie told, llroiieinul UU.uili mi l
denized the nntril. permit nutimil luenihirg,
and tirevenld liieiul:ili"M". -i m 111. ulid i:ee1iiiz
It iHaspeelllcciiie lor Cold In fho Heinl Mlii'.h
li caused hy auilileii i bnui s m the uiiiei-pheie.
IHnctiw i tin li:ii'jU'tiitiiC'ii'iiiiy -nj WJe.'
PAPILLON MFC. CO.. CHICAGO.
VOR 8ALE fcY ALL DtaOCIfTK
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCI11I II,
Snecial Aats. in this citv.
The Rcgnlar Cairo & raducah Daily
Sm GUS FOWLKR
IIRNRY E. TAYLOn, Maater.
UKUKUB JOHKs, Clerk.
eavca P.dncah for Cilro dally (Sitndaya except
d) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 ti. m. Return
n, loavei Cairo at 4 p.m.! Mound City at 5 p.m.
Liidlea and (lenilenieu ran Hud a
prolltulilo umplaymont nt their own
homoa. The hiidineaa ia light aud
Sloaaant. Yon cim maku from $) to
5adav. Mo canviiddliiL't work aunt
bv mall any dittancu. No ainmp tor reply, f luaao
dlreaa CKOWN M AN U K ACT U K 1 N O CO., SUl)
UT IllIFl M, K7KMA, W l:d I I.A. SCALD
llead, Krvaiiiemt. Teller, Illve.. Pai .linir. paiVr
Inh rlin'plra, Mln(r, Inrhuneln. Hunt I jlMdrtnir
...H 'Pr.ia.iii.il Wn.lll.ll. lliliu Ul 111. li 1 1 1 U 1 11 . lll.d
rriJE CITY NATIONAL UANK.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
A General Bdnkinir Business
T1IOM V. 1IA1.UDAV
JM'KIU'IU.jK SAVING BAN K
HVcn'SlYKLY A SAVINGS HANK.
rouiiiHicin! Avemii' ami Eilitb Streel
F. Il'i'iSS. l'r .ident.
il. WEI.t., Cfhier.
I P. N Vice I'rea'r.l
I T. J. Kerth, Ac."', in, i,
I Ji r.-ft -vh:
V, Hro" (n!ro ! Willi-un K 1 . i u l'-rr
I'fer Neil " ! vViiii in Wo......
r. M o-t.-rlon " I C. (' . l'atier "
K. A. Under " ! II. Well- '
J. V. Clcmon, CaU'dotila.;
(i"N Ell A ' HAN KING lit'SISBsS DONE.
Etching! "ld and hon.'ht. Intere't j.ald ii
the Saving. Department, '.'oiiecliu: a made an
all ij'iainedi fr iTiptiy attended lc.
QEOUGK IIAHHISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN tt SURGEON.
Special attenlion paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of anrijical difeaaes. and diaeafea of women
OFFICE on Mlh street, oppcaite the Poat
o'Mee. ( airo, 11.
It. J. E. M'KONU,
li'J Gtiiiiinercial Ave-, Cairo, 111.
VAiOK, ELUCTRO-VAPOR aSO MEIJICATLD
A '. iilj in attendance.
I H. L W. WIJITLOCK.
orio Nl. '.ott t'ommerctttl Avetinu. tmlwren
:1 ' i Ubd I.lL.h S'reetn
f G. I'AR-ONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFICE - City PniR S:ore. Carhoudalv, 111.
13G &.-13S Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol now Kail and Winter
Cltmks, I'olnians, Notions, Etc.
A he . vy atock of Body bruasela, Taper
tr es mid ItiSraln
A full atock of Oil Clotha, all a Iz jh aud prices.
Ciothing & Gents' Furnish'g Gools
A full and complete atick ia now uuiuk
closed out ut great bargiiiltfl.
Uooda nt Uottom rrioesi
(Success "r to Clia-i. T. Ncwland and
Plumbetf Steam and Gas Fit
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CA1UO. : : :
D.lve Well Korea and Lift Pumps furnlitlied and
pill up, Ai?cnt fot thu Celubrutmi
"JJUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
the beat pump evur Invcntnil. Knw Oiia Flxturoa
lurnlahcd to order. O il Fixtures repaired and
l psr-Jobhlng promptly attvndud to. 319-tf
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED aid
Commercial Av., bet. 8th & 9th Sts.
Good TornouH at Reasonable Rates.
KiTllvtvH 'H bottrdoil ami well uarod
TKLtl'UONE NO. li).
Vanufacturer and Dealer In
tlth Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CIIOKi: BOUINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCMTION.
Saf'j!- pesaired. A'l Klnda ol Keys Made.
W, bTK.VT'I ON, Cairo. T. ill UL), Missouri.
iSTRATTON & BIRD,
No. V! Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
xf Ak'iDts Atnrlcan Powder Co
I A. H. SMITH.
ri.Br.iiT a. amTU
Grand Central Store.
w IBi IH
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HIT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
icbi-ct Cnh Pri"P Paid for Wheat.
rTMMER LAW LKClTtESfnine weekly) heitin
lrttfi July, 1S.-4. and end l'Uh September. Have
proved of atonal u-e, -1st. to studenta who design
to ptiraiie their atudies at this or other Law bchoiil;
'.'d, to those who propose to read privately; and 3d,
to practionera who have not had the advuntaaeol
ava'ema'lc inaintct'on. Kor circular addreas (P.O.
I niverdity ol Ya.) to Jinn B. Minor, 1'rof. Com,
aud Stat. Law. 2i-lm
Joraution to Farmers & Dealers
irv For Safetv In nrocurlne vonr 1IAR-
sf IrjCrNQPOON HoitSK HAY FORKS, select
CJT?Wt' .,,,1- ,h.u haufnl),..,.nn an imnrlnt
of our tkadi maiik, and thereby save
CritHioj ies eiviiK reltub:c informallju furnii-hed
free by Mfjs and Propa,,
A. .1. h t.1.14 to.ilrAS i , rittsntire, ra.
Also, Mftts. Nellie Mounted 4 Floating Harrows,
At'l Steels. O'm'lT Fencing, Koad Ura lers, Ac.
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House, CHICAGO,
Arn?ulArirrndnnto. aj-ffThd Olilnaf fiiterlllllat
In tho L'lnted Mated, whuae Lit e lo.no exi-ehiknck,
perfeet jet lnd aud pure nit-dtctiio insure M'EF.hv
and 1'F.HMANHsi otrirs of all Private, t 'hronio and
Nervima Diseased. Atfociiondof the ltlooil, dikln.
KlillU'Vd. llhlilder, '.-iilloiia, I leera, Uld
Morea, diwellinit if the (litnla, ainre Mouth,
Throat, Jtoue 1'iilua, pennnnuully cured aud
eradicated f ruin the eytitvm fur life.
II C U Vfl 1 1 0 TMillUy, IinfinrVtir-r.Srtnfiial
Hkill UU 0 Losnrt), Sexual Unity, Mm t al
and 1'liyslcal WeakiM, J-'oiUiiff Memory,
Weith J-.'i''-. Stunted Development, Iwjtedi
vii iits to Marrlagr, etc., from excesses or any
cause, speedily, safely and privately Cured.
y Vouiiir, Middle-Aired and Olil men, and ali
v. Iio need uiediuul aklll and ex perlenee, consult
Dr. Unto nt unco. Him opinion cost a nothitiR, and may
aave luturo niiu-ry and uliamo. When inconvenient
to visit the city fur treatment, medicine can be sent
evervwhero hy mail or espruea free from obaer.
Vlitl'iii. SJ-It ia self-eviilcnt that a tiliysician who
give bid liu!o attention to a class of diseaaea ot.
tulna ttreat skill, and physicianatliroiiKhout the
country. Unuwieuilna, friMiuentlvrecoinmPiulditncult
cases to the Olileat Npeelnildt, hy wlinm every
known (rood i-cmeilv ia used. iM'r. Bates
Age and llxperleueu ninso his npininn of an
preme liiiiortmiee. 0ir-'rhoso who call see no
one hut the Hoetnr. Cniidiiltatiunsfreeandaiicrfdly
con tlilenl lal. Cases which have failed inolitaininu
r.,li.,r Isnu-hi.rA i.st,m.iiitf Hnlif.iti.it. l'Vtnnle Dis
eases treated, t all ur write. Iloura. from l to 4,
0 to N Sundays, lo to 12. GUIDB 10 llKALIU
KENT f IlKK. AdilressaHnliuvO.
ttiost notad and aucceaaful apeciallsts In tno UJ
now reilred) for tlineureof Kervaum DebilitVi
Mont Manhood, lafct.e and Ureaw
U plain aualod euvelopuV. DiUKKistacau fllliki
Addrtu DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Ma.
l&m Dr. KEANj
tablllh.il IMJi, li.lill trtallns all I'rt
vain, MrTiiw, Chtvale and Special did
, tiiMpa'Uyi,rain.ldliuaaa,ilr. Cim-
dulldllon Itcraenally, or by Mtar ire
. Dr. Kr-aa la that only hyal-lu la Ilia
k rllv (li.t Wftrrmntd rurd fir BneaV. SSS
px. lllutrU4 book, otar l.ow pt.milpUooa, II Si aaalL
E 4 Kit. II. II. K A N K, of tti. O. O.111 ncry
III llnnia. now nlleio d Hkiuc lr wliar.li
any one dan cure hlmivlr qulrkly and nalalfi.ly. Fur Idtttmo
nliil.anil i,iiit'iisim''iiUfniiii.ii1o.iil tiiaillral in.n.Ar.,arlitrMS
11, 11. aAMi, a. a., at.u.,iiie Mwa at,,. ikw
The Daily bulletin.
A WORD OR TWO.
"Will you ali uermit me," Rentle
men of tho City Council t We make bold
to aBnurae that yo-i will, provided wo do
nut tread too rudely upon your tender toef,
ami we, therefore, venture to make
at'jw roinvrkj aa follows, to-wit:
At the meeting of the Council Tuesday
ni'ht a resolution was iutroJucod by Alder
man McIIttle and adopted by tho Council,
providing for an appropriation of a reasona
ble sum of money by the city, to be used
for the arrest and prosecution of cow thiev
es und those who connive with
them to defeat justice. This may
look like an extraordinary action
for a City CoUDcil to tako, and it i9
extraordinary in this case and under the
circumstances; but there bas for some years
been an urgent need of Borne such efforts to
brio" to justice peisoos who made a busi
ness of stealing cows in this city.
There may be some merit in the objec
tion raised by Alderruan Wood, at the
time the resolution was offered, namely, that
it would be to misapply the public funds
it would be to apply them to purposes out
side of what was termed in the city charter
"corporate purposes" and therefore illegal.
The corporation is not supposed to be
liable to taxation for tho protection of in
dividuals in their personal possessions. But,
then, the case is an urgent one, and tho
public generally will probably very will
ingly submit to a little stretching of the
law in this matter.
The resolution certainly touches a matter
of vital importance to many in the com
munity aud, indirectly, to the whole com
munity; tor it aims to correct a wrong that
seems to have taken deep root in this vicin
ity, and that has defied the properly con
stituted authorities. It may be regarded
by some as uncomplimentary to the city in
general and to the police force thereof par
ticularly, that such a resolution should be
even seriously thought of, On behalf of the
community we hive nothing to say, for the
people are certainly to blame to a great
extent, for not being more particular in
sheir selection of men to act as constables
whose legitimate duty it is to attend
to just such business as the resolution is
aimed at and bring the criminals to their
just reward?, but who, instead, do not hesi
tate at an opportunity to prostitute
their offices to personal guin by connivance
with criuiinuls and their relatives and vic
tims. But it is due to the city police force
to say that they have their hands full
without "working up" such cases. They
are assigned to their beats, and are expected
to stay there during their hours of duty
and can not, therefore, follow up trials in
any particular cases in which the criminals
have eluded them. The chief, of course,
ought to give such cases his attention and
may direct any member or members of the
force to work on any "points" that he may
have obtained, or any plan he may have
decided upon. But a chief who, like Chief
Jlyeis has been, is expected to be a "gen
eral utility" man, performing the duties of
several odicei in connection with his du
ties of chief, can not devote the time to his
duties in the latter pi sition that would be
ntccssary to track and run down every ras
cal who commits a depredation in the city
and get away. But now the chief is not
encumbered with these multifarious duties,
and it may be reasonably expected that he
will become a terror to sharp rascals,
whether they be common citizens or wheth
er they be clothed with the authority of
office. This being the case we are of the
opinion that there is no need of acting
upon the resolution of Al leruian McIIale.
But there is good ground for objection to
the resolution as it stands, aside from its
seeming fluperfluity. If it is to oe acted
upon at all, it should be changed in one
important particular. Some have objected
to it because, they said, it goes too far, but
we are of the opinion that there is more
reason for the objection that it does not go
far enough. A the resolution now stands,
and as it was adopted by the Council, it
provides only for the app chension of those
who steal live stock of the cattle or mule or
horse kind, and of those who barter away
justice with ihe thieves. We are in favor
of so amending it if it is to become law
as to make it more general in its provision.
Let it provide for offering rewards fr the
vindication of the law and of justice in all
manner of cases where these majestic at
tributes of civil'.z ttion have been outriged,
aud where the guilty parties may escape
tho vigilance of honest officers, whether it
be tho theft of a cow or harse, the burglary
of a house, or whether a gold watch has
been "nipped" and mysteriously (?) recov
ered through a conspiracy in which not
over-fcrupulous officers of the law, sympa
thising parents, compromising victims and
rascally "scspe gonts" or "stool pidgcons"
have engaged for tho purpose of shielding
the real criminals aud disarming justice t
For such work as this a shrewd, energetic
man is required, one who will be above
the ordinary temptations of the world; an
honest man, willing to take such a Balary
as the city can afford to give and be entire
ly satisfied with that salary, so that he
may not seek to use the oppt rtunities affoid
ed liim in his position, to increase his emolu
ments illegitimately. The carping misan
thrope may sneeringly ask, "can such a man
be found in this naughty, naughty world ?'
And, with pity in bis eye for the poor fool
who does not believe with him in the doc
trine of universal and total depravity, he
will proceed to tell you that some
years ajo an old gentleman named
Diogenes is said to have had some rather
unsatisfactory experience in the way of
finding a roan after his own heart. But
then, we would call our misanthropic friend s
attention to tho fact that the incident he
refers to occurred before the d ays of Jeffer
son and of the Democratic party. The
Diogcncse of the City Council has gone
out armed with a "bulls eye" to repeat the
operation in which his illustrious predeces
sor so signally failed, and lo, and behold 1 be
has found a man who will answer the de
mands of the hour in the person of Col.
Mr. W. W. Sheed, 1110 Maryland ave.,
Washington, D. C, says: the effects of St.
Jacobs Oil, in the case of neuralgia, is the
most wonderful that ever cime under his
notice. It is magical.
Stages of the River.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 24 feet 2 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, June 11. River 5 feet 11
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, June 11. River 11 feet 0
inches and rising.
Louisville, Juno 11. River 5 feet 10
inches and rising.
Nashville, Juno 11. River 4 ft 5 inches
Tittsburg, June 11. River 2 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, June 11. River,21 ft i inch
es and rising.
A Race of Giant.
Mr. J. B. Toomer yesterday received
a letter from Mr. llazlcton, who is on
a visit to Carters ville, says tho Athens
(Ga.) Banner. The letter contained
several heads inado of bono, and gavo
an interesting account of the opening
of a largo Indian mound near that
town by a committee of scientists sent
out from tho Smithsonian institution.
After removing tho dirt for some dis
tance a layer of largo flagstones was
iound, which hud evidently been
dressed by hand, and allowed that tho
men who "quarriedtbis rock understood
their business. These stones wero ro
ruoved, when in a kind of vault be
neath thorn the skeleton of a giant that
measured seven feet two iuches was
found. His hair was coarse and jet
black and hung to the waist, tho brow
being ornamented with a copper crown.
Tho skeleton was remarkably well pre
served and taken from tho vault in
tact. Near this skeleton were found
tho bodies of several children of var
ious sizes. Tho remains of tho latter
wero covered with beads made of bono
of some kind. Upon removing these,
tho bodies were found to be incased in
a network made of straw or reeds, and
beneath this was a covering of the skin
of somo animal. In fact, the bodies
had been prepared somewhat after the
manner of mummies, and will doubt
less throw new light on tho history of
tho people who reared these mounds. ,
Upon tho stones that covered tho vault
wero carved inscriptions, which, If de
ciphered, will probably lift the veil
that has enshroudod the history of tho
race of giants that undoubtedly at one
time inhabited this continent All the
relics were carefully packed and for
warded to tho Smithsonian institution,
and are said to be the most interesting
collection ever found in America, The
explorers are now at work on a mound !
in Bartow county, and before their re
turn homo will visit various sections of
Georgia where antiquities aro found.
On tho Ocouce river, in Greene county,
lust above Towcll's mills, are several
large mounds, one of them very tall
Champagne Only In Xante,
"Pure champagne," said a wine deal
er in Broad street to a New York Hail
and Express reporter yesterday, 'is
ono tho hardost things in the world to
find. For my part I do not think there
is any perfectly pure wine of that kind
in the country. Tako my advice and
let the stuff they call champagne
"But wo used to get pure cham
pagne." "Yes, I know wo did; but that was
years ago. The roal stuff has been ex
hausted for many a day. Under tho old
process of manufacture there was pro
duced a pure, wholesome wine. The
juico of tno grapes was allowed to for
ment in the casks first; thus all impuri
ties wore thrown off. Then the wine
was drawn off and bottlod, with a little
syrup or a few raisins to product a
second formontatlon. The bottles wero
then placed nock downwards on long
racks, and men went through the col
lar every day for thrco years taking up
tho bottles and shaking them, so that
each bottlo was handled 1,207 times
or moro before being put on tho mar
ket." "Is not the samo plan followod now?"
"No. Tho procoss omits the second
fermentation. Tho wine Is ready for
ale in two months from the time its
manufacture is bogun. Ninety-nine
onc-bundredths of the wine drunk as
champagne to-day contains nitrogen,
and somotimes albuminous compounds
as well. It is to got rid of this nitro
gen and albumon that tho second fer
mentation is nocossary. Let a man
drink too much champagno nowadays
and ho will have a most beastly hoad
acho, and it is hard to get rid of it for
days. Thla is causod by the nitrogen
in tho champagno, left there by the new
"But aro there not somo brands that
aro very oldP"
'Very fo w. When tho Germans cap
tured Alsaco and Lorrainno, which
woro the garden spots of Franco, they
ransnckotT every collar And drank all
the champagno stored there. You see
tho demand is greator than the supply.
Tho old procoss is too alow, so the man
ufacturers sacrifice quality to time.
Somo of the best-known branda are pro
duced by tut now process."
Having obtained judgment for delinquent
taxes, I will begin, on Monday, . the 16th
inst., to sell all lands upon which tho tuei
shall not have been paid. ' All delinquent!
are requested earnestly to paj at once and
to call at the office for that purpoat, u tka
sale will very probably be concluded ia
one day. Johh Hodom,
Office op thb
Trcstms of Caibo Teubt PHOPXRTY,
Cairo. Ills.. June 7th. 1884.
Notice is hereby riven to lot owners
within the City of Cairo or any of Its addi
tions, who desire to fill their lots, that earth
will be furnished by the undersigned, for
that purpose, for the next six monthi van
rermits to remove the earth required
will be furnished and the location from
which it can be removed will be pointed
out upon application at this office.
S. Staats Tailor, ) Trustees of the Cairo
Edwin Parsons, j Trust Property.
For Bent or Sale.
A nice cottage, 8 rooms, good order, on
Walnnt Street, opposite 13th Street School
House. Inquire of 0. M.Alden. lm
TTrtnan Vv 'Rnt..
Mrs. L. . Williamson offer her Sarflnth
Street house for rent. The house is in good
repair, suitable for boarding house. tt
Choice Seed Potatoes.
Northern Teachblows and late New
York Barbank Potatoes, finest ever brought
to this market, at New York Store.
Fresh Oranges and Lemons Justin.
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitter
will not speedily cure f We eay they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright'!
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
a a a. 1
diooo, regulate me do we is, ana act airect-
Iy on the diseased parts, livery bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
Bucmen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by ISarclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coutf.be and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barclay Bres' drug store. Large size,
STIt is a Well Known Fact I In the
Diamond Dyes more coloring is gives than
in any known Dyes, and they give fatter
and more brilliant colors. 10c. at all drug
gists. Tbey are a great success. Walla,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
In the Hop Plaster ire united French
Heps, Qums and Balsams, and its power
is wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain ia the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Bolt Co., Marshall. Mich.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Bell and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, alliicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
see advertisement in this paper. 2
Do Not he Discouraged
even if you have tried many remedies for
your Kidney disease or Liver complaint
witbont success it is no reason why you
disorder incurable. The most intractable
cbscb readily yield to the potent virtues of
kidney-Wort. It is purely vegetable com
pound which acts on the Kidneys, Liver aid
Bowles at the same time and thus cleanses
the whole system. Don't wait, but get a
package to-day and cure yourself.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Alonar the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthv country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas.
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
forlSSdis ou per cent larger than that or
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsbnd, QenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Twenty-four linura la nnlrlr tima tn which
to effect a rure of a long-standing disease.
Mr. D. Q. Stratton, of New London, Conn,
is a living witness, however, tbat it is pos
sible. He writes as follows; "I bad bees
laid up all wioter with sciatic rheumatism.
Have been so bad that I couia noi waiar.
and what n.in t anuWJI I beard Of
Atblophoroe through a neighbor that had
been cuaed. I sent for a bottle and took it
sccording to directions, sad in twenty.four
hours I wis free from pain."