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The Daily Mletin,
OFFICIAL PAPEIt OP ALEXANDRE COUNTY
KNTKHKD AT TUB CAIHO PO&TOVFICB FOH
THANSMIS8ION THROUGH THE MAILS AT
IKCOND CLASS HATES.
- Some day ago, when a largo excur
sion of negroes weut to Paducih to attend
a celebration, one of the party was a negro
living with his wife on Walnut street,
Bear Thirteenth. He left his wife at home
and went with another woman; but when
he returned his home was locked up, and
forcing his way in, he found the rooms all
empty. Upon inquiry he learned that his
wife had sold alt the household goods and
departed on the evening train for Washing
ton or some other point, taking with her
a gold watch which she had asked him to
loin her just before he. went to Paducah
with his other 4,gl."
Democratic journals gfnemlly will
heartily disapprove of the publication of
the obscene story about Mr. Blaine. We
do not believe that more thin half of the
story is true, and even if it were all true in
all its revolting details, it would be only
tho less n't an argument to use. Further
more, there is no need of resorting to any
thing in Mr. Blaine's private life in order
to convince most people of his unfitness
for the Presidency. His public acts fur
nish more than enough material for this
purpose, and these are matters that come
properly under the bead of subjects
for a legitimate campaign. In this re
spect the Democratic journals will act in
commendable coutrast with the many Re
publican papers that gave prompt and full
publicity to that grots libel against Gov.
The Johnson County Journal professes
to be tho champion of sobriety and general
moral reform, and is the special advocate
of Prohibition in the Republican psrty.
Yet it flaunts at the bead of its local col
umns the names of Dick Oglesby, as a can
didate for Governor of Illinois, and Joe
Hartwell as candidate for member of the
State Hoard of Equalization from this dis
trict. It can support without any unpleas
ant twiching of its very sensitive con
science, men who are notorious for their
frequent and various infractions of the
moral code, but its immaculate soul heaves
with horror and indignation at the bare
thought of a man engaged in the wholesale
liquor business. A man may drink whisky
and get drunk r s much as he pleases, and
be a habituil blasphemer and retailer of
foul anecdotes and yet be entitled to the
hearty support of all the truly good Deacon
Smiths of the Republican party, for high
public positions; but when he once de
scends to the level of a wholesale liquor
merchant, though a man of sterling quali
ties personally, he is beneath the favorable
notice of respectable people, a social out
cast, a moral leper, particularly if he hap
pens to be a Democrat. The whyforeness
of the thusly is beyond the power of our
Mr. Alex. Korsmyer has gone to Dixon
Manager Henry Biird, of the Western
Union, returned Tuesday from Chicago.
Mrs. A. G. Arlington and children. Daisy
and Edna, are visiting in Joncsboro, Union
Mr. Louis J. Koehler is bar keeper at
Mr. Chas. Bower's European Hotel since
The family of Mr. Charlie Baughman
are in the northern part of the state rusti
cating. Prof. Will Emery is in Du Quoin, where
he entertains the populace with a musical
company this week.
Mr. C. R.Woodward returned from Lock
port and the east last Monday. He is
talking of visiting Dixon Springs next
. Mr. Samuel Burger will leave to-day tor
New York to purchase goods for the fall
trade. He aspires to be too first in the
market with a new stock.
Clerk Robert Dcvore returned yesterday
from Alto Pass, where he had gone in
company with his family and Mrs. Moore.
Mrs. Devore and Mrs. Moore remain there
to spend a few weeks.
A clear sky was indicated in all parts of
this weather district yesterday afeernoon.
The barometer stood above 30 at all
points excepting Bismarck. Rain was re
ported from Fort Worth, .10 of an inch
Thermometer ranged between 74 and 91.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
tollows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
C3- G A.M.
84- -12 M.
Poisoned iy an Insect.
The death of showman James Roilly
from a rattlesnake's bits has brought
out manyinteresting and curious stories
of tho effects of poisonous bites and
stings. ' "I remember something of tho
sort which happened in my own fam
ily," said a young man to a Times re
porter yesterday. "I was living five
years ago this summer with my parents
in a littlo villago in Western New York,
on Lake Erie My mother was and is
a stout and reasonably healthy woman.
She was then about 50 years old. She
is very fond of flowers, and has a great
many house-plants. One morning sho
was going about her household work
with her sleeves pushed back to her
elbows when sho happened to notico
that a calla lily needed some water.
Tho lily was in an earthen Jar, and
picking it up in her hands she walked
through tho house and out at the back
door. As she passed into tho open air,
an insect, which sho took to be a largo
fly of some kind, lighted on her left
arm, half way between tho wrist and
elbow. Sho folt slight stinging sen
sation, and, as soon as sho could set
tho Jar down, sho brushed tho insect
off. Almost instantly she felt a curi
ous pricking all over the body. Her
sight grew dim, and 6ho began to grow
"Tho pantry was perhaps twenty
live feet from whero sho stood. She
groped her way through tho interven
ing rooms into that and drank at least
a pint of milk. The tingling sensation
continued, and as she passed out into
an outer room sho sat down, and, draw
drawing her slipper and stocking off,
found that her feet, like her hands and
arms, had turned to a rosy red. Tho
soles of her feet itched as though sho
had stepped on nettles. A moment
later sho had a fit of retching, and di
rectly after sho folt better. I was
away from the house, and it wa3 half
an hour after she was stung before my
younger brother found me. When I
reached the house and saw her, I was
terribly alarmed, although sho was
much better, and was able to walk.
Her faco was a deep, livid red, except
for a white spot on each cheek. Her
eyes were swollon and bloodshot, and
sho was shivering a3 though cold. Her
skin at the same time was dry and hot
When sho tried to speak her voice was
choked, and it was with difficulty sho
could enunciate words. When first
stung she could not speak at all. This
occurred in tho morning. Before night
her skin had regained its normal color,
and sho wa3 very much better. Her
arm was swollen and throbbed with
pain, and continued so for several
days. She has never entirely recover
ed from tho t-ffijcts of the poison, and
is sometimes even yet unable to :speak
"What was the insect?"
"We never knew. Sonio people
thought it was a wasp, and others wero
sure it was a horsefly. My mother,
who always lived in tho country and
knows all the common insects, is suro
it was neither, nor any other insect sho
Lad ever seen. She believes, too, that
if sho had not drank the milk sho
would have died then and there from
the effects of the poison. I am inclined
to areo with her. A. Y. limes.
Five Thousand Tortoises.
In the back yard of tho houso ncit
door but one to my abouo tnero are
stored at the present timo no less than
nineteen casks full of tortoises. This
morning complaint was made to mo of
the smell they wero making, and ac
cordingly I examined tho casks. One
had been opened and I removed tho
head and looked inside. The cask was
simply full of tortoises thrown in any
how. Ono poor creature at the top had
its shell crushed in, which speaks vol
umes about what they must havo un
dergone. And the smell well, we are
used to smells hero in tho East End,
and do not mind them very much, but
the smell of theso poor creatures was
too much for even our practiced nos
trils; many of the tortoises had evident
ly died, some of them perhaps long ago.
Now theso casks were brought into the
yard last Tuesday, and no attempt ha3
been made even to sort out the living
from tho dead. From a rough calcula
tion, I should say that there wero at
least 5,000 tortoises packed into tho
nineteen casks. Tho owner does not
reside upon the premises; but ho rents
tho houso and lets it out to tenants,
and every year about this timo uses tho
yard to storo tortoises in. Thus ho is
himself free from the nuisanco they
cause. I havo complained to tho med
ical oflicer, and tho result will doubt
less bo that the casks will bo removed,
and, as far as wo aro concerned, tho
nuisanco will bo at an end. Tho tor
toises will undoubtedly bo taken to an
other yard, and then as they aro want
ed each cask will bo unpacked and tho
contents exposed for salo upon the cos
termonger's carts. Tho casks ought to
bo unpacked at once and tho contents
sorted, tho dying dispatched without
delay, and tho living at least allowed
somo place where they can stretch their
legs. Letter to London Standard.
Photograph Albums on Duty.
Oh, yes, I said, I always enjoyed
looking at photographs, Photographs
and autographs I just doted on.
I am a man aocustomod to photo
graph albums. You can't fool mo on
them. I havo sat up with them from
Halifax to Denver, and I know them by
namo and sight Pa and ma and that's
trrandpa and that's grandma, and hero's
Uncle George, and this is an aunt of
pa's, she's very wealthy and has no
children and pa is her favorite nephew;
and this is a young lady I went to
school with, and this is his brother
Henry, and this is Cousin Sue, and
this is Aunt Hattio's baby, and this is
a young man Henry went to school
with, and do you know who this is?
Ah, yon. now I won't listen to another
word. It ain't a bit like me, anyhow;
it's horrid, and this is pa's clerk, and
this to, ho a young man no, I won't
toll you his name; ho lives in Kicka
poo, and this is oh, my son, you can't
strand mo on photograph albums. I
know jflst whoro tho family ends and
tho strangers file in. Durdctle.
A golden fish, purchasod twenty-two
years ago by a lady of Frederick,
Maryland, died recently. It is said
that the old fish had not grown a
particle during tho whole period of its
CAIRO BULLETIN: TllUKSDAV MORNlNfl AUGUST t4, 1884.
W fr. 1.AMBDIK. ruer editor nf rm RtttlTm
and steamboat paMenger ageat. Order for all
klndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 71 Oblo leree.
STAGES OF THE BIVUR.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:13 p. ru. yesterday, 15 feet 0
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 6 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 13. River 3 feet 6
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 13. River G feet 11
inches and falling.
Louisville, Aug. 13. River 4 feet 7
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 13. River 2 ft 8 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 13. River 1 foot 0 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 13. River 11 ft C inch
es and falling.
The Arkansas City, from St. Louis, will
report hero this eveuing for Vicksburg.
The City of Providence, from Vicksburg,
passed up for St. Louis yesterday evening.
The Hudson is the reliable and popular
packet due here tnis evening from St. Louis
The Gus Fowler arrived at 6 p. m. She
was late, owing to good way business. De
parted at 7 p. m.
The popular steamer Chas. Morgan, bo
famous on the Ohio and Mississippi from
Cincinnati to New Orleans, will enter her
old trade again this fall.
Commodore Mannon, of St. Louis, was
the purchaser of the old tow-boat Storm
No. 3, the price paid not stated, but of
course it could not have been much.
The Southern Transportation line at Cin
cinnati, more familiarity known as the
Southern Transportation Line, has been re
organized again, and i9 similar to that of
The Cons Millar, from Cincinnati, arrived
here yesterday morning with a big trip.
She discharged about 300 tons here for re
shipment; received 150 tons and 30 passen
gers. Departed for Memphis at 7 p. m.
The Gus Fowler is the never-failing
daily packet from Paducah arriving here
at 2 p. m., making close connection with
the Illinois Central R. R.for St. Louis, Chi
cago and all points east and west.
The Jas. W. Gaff is on her down trip
Again from Cincinnati to Paducab, and will
turn back from there Saturday morning at
8 o'clock. Passengers going up the Ohio
to Evansville, Louisville, Cincinnati and all
way points, can secure through tickets from
Cairo via the packet Gus Fowler, by ap
plying to W. F. Lambdio, passenger agent.
The excursion which took place on
Tuesday night on the ferry-boat Three
States was a complete success, and the
managers deserve much credit for the man
ner in which things were conducted. Ev
erything was done to make the affair an in
ducement in iuture for the best citizens of
Cairo to participate in the weekly excurs
ions now offered on the Three States. Re
freshments of tho best, and 'music unex
celled, and a strict obseivance of good or
der should certainly make these excur
sions grow gradually in popularity.
Mr. John H. Duvall, Sr., of Baltimore,
Md., wrenched bis knee and was cured by
St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain reliever.
A School of Natural History.
A well selected menagerie, such as the
one Burr Robbins will exhibit in this city
in connection with his big show,constitutes
what may truthfully be called a school of
natural history, and from a careful inspect
ion of it one can learn more in an hour
about elephants, lions, tigers, hippopota
mus, rhinoceros, giraffes, etc., than he can
from books in an entire day. They are
seen alive, and their actions and habits can
be studied from nature. Mr. Robbins pos
sesses some extremely rare specimens of
wild animals from all parts of the world,
and they are so arranged as to present a
grand picture of natural history. Polite
attendants stand ready to furnish reliable
information in regard to their many
strange characteristics. Lovers of natural
history will do well to visit tho big show
when it comes next Friday.
Hints For Hot "Weather.
Don't shako tho hornet's nest to see if
anv of the family are at home.
Don't go near a draft If a draft,
comes toward you, run away. A sight
draft is most dangerous.
Don't blow in tho gun your grandfa
ther carried in the war of 1812. It is
much moro dangerous now than it was
Don't hold a wasp by tho other end
while you thaw it out in front of a stove
to sco if it is alive. It is generally
Don't try to porsuade a. bulldog to
give up a yard of which it is in posses
sion. Possession to a bulldog is top,
points of hw.Allcntown Critio.
Days of Buffering and nights of pain are
tho unhappy lot of the victim of those
dreadful diseases, rheumatism and neural
gia. How reapily relief may bo gained is
testified by ' W. O. Field, pharmacist, of
1233 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. For
fifteen years he hd been an almost con
stant sufferer, at times being unable to lie
down. Four doses of the new spoclfic,Ath
lophoros, prove the disease from the system.
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-fivo years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size $1.00. 6
HucKien'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 U guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
ii cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Never Give Up.
If you are Buffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general de-
uimy, uisoraered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Hitters, lou will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
aBd activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. 0
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds.
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
When Doctors Disagree.
It will be time enough to doubt the relia
bility of Kidney-Worf Doctors all agree
that it is a most valuable medicine in all
disorders of the Liver, kidneys and bowels,
and frequently prescribe it. Dr. P. C. Bal-
lou, of Monkton, says: "The past year I
have used it more than ever, and with the
best results. It is the most successful rem
edy I have ever used." Such a recommen.
dation speaks for itself. Sold by all drug
gists. See advt.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yoting, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Well dressed people don't wear dingy or
faded things when the 10c and guaranteed
Dirmond Dye will i make them good as
new. They ere perfect. Get at druggists
and be economical. Wells, Richardson &
Co., Burlington, Vt.
Why do you suffer with back ache, pain
in the chest, rheumatism or lameness any
where when a Hop Piaster will surely give
you relief! Druggists sell them. 25 cents.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
12.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy 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
Bee for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. lo those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towkbexd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
ST. CLARA ACADEMY
Is magnificently situated !n the southern part of
Wisconsin. Pupils arming at Dnbuque, East Du
buque or Galena, 111., may telephone to Academy
for conveyance. For farther particulars apply for
catalogne. 8T. CLAKA ACADEMY.
Slnslnawa Monnd, Grant Co., Wis-
ST. BEGINA ACADEMY, EDGEW00D,
the magnificent sift of ex-Qov. Washburn, Madi
son, Wis., is a branch of St. Clara's and offers fine
educational advantages. rMm.
CHESTER. 23d year opens September 10. A
military wouege witn University Powers. Depart
ments In Civil Engineering, Chemistry Classics
and English. Circulars of Cant.. W P. Snllidar
and N. B. Thiitlewood, and of Messrs. P. W. Bar
clay, Charles Galllgher and B. II. Cunningham, of
this city, or of COL. THEO. HYATT, President.
The Dailt Bulletin
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The Regular Cairo & Paducah Daily
a GUS FOWLER
HENRY B. TAYLOR, Vaster.
UEOKQB JOBEs, Clerk.
leaves Padoeah for Cairo dally (Sundays etcopt
d) at 8 a. m ., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Return
log, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. Monad City at a p.m
Public Sale of Unclaimed
There will be sold at nh'li ni.tl..n f... .n..o
and charges, to the highest and best bidder, on
W ednesday, the loth day of September. lHftt, at the
wharf boat of I he Ilalliiu A im hn. wh..r nn.
C.. laying moored ta the public landing on the
Y"1" . ff""ii mo iooi oi mn trrect, Cairo,
Illinois, The sale to commune.! at 10 o'clock, aud
continue until all are sold or disponed of, unless
previously called for.
The following lot of goods, utensils, 4c. which
have been In store and uncalled for more than
twelve months last past, numbered and marked
as follows viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box stove pipe, Ac.
i. uaa r juans, urooaiyn, Ark, i DOI
8. ?A W, 1 brl etove pipe.
4. no mark. 1 scale beam.
5. Kl'icher Cairo, 1 box II U goods, and
1 bedstead, rails and slats,
ft. .1. W. Phillips, 1 box II II good J.
7. no mark, 1 tox lamps, Ac.
8. .). W. Davenport, .Memphis, 1 bd'e
canvass and show,
9. no mark. 1 box glass.
10. Kx Str Vlrgle I.ee. 1 drag saw.
11. Agt. . P. Jt II. Show, Cairo, I box
12. Joe Armstrong, Or envillo. 1 brl Hour
13. M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
14. no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter Human, Texarkana, 1 box
1ft H., 1 lot Holloware.
IT. I.L., u IlllanisvlJle, Mo.,1 box dry
13. no mark, 1 box frames.
1. 9. U. Roberts, Jtontlccllo, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c lmnevs.
20. M V. Suue, Fort A'orth, Texas, 1
21. B.. Holly Springs, MUs., 1 brl bot
23. II 4C.,Milburn,Ky. 1 bale battiue.
S8. no mark, ewlng ma.hine
24. Ja. Bell. Ullin, 111 ., 1 pr names.
2'i. no mark, 4 bd!es,(2 doi washboards.)
yl. Livingston .t Co., iron founders,
Pittsburg, 1 box apple parers.
27. It. A. Kidd.l box flasks.
25. Dan Pbelan, Vicksburg, 1 Idle (3
20. C. H. W.,1 wash stand.
:0. Mary Sample, Calvert City, 1 box
U 11 iioo is.
31. Smith Bros Cairo, 1 box H II goods.
. 32. Storrell & lieiiz, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II II goods.
3). Wm. Keid, Goose Island, 1 bcx gun.
84. T.T. Tnvls, Big Pond, Ark., 1 box.
15. W. S. Gasklll, Cairo, 1 box H n
3ft. Miss Kate Polntz, Cairo, 1 box.
37. Rothchilds Si Co., CIl., O. , 1 box.
!-8 no mark, 2 boxes paper pails
39 R. I,. Aiken, Evansville, Ind., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box II II goods.
41. M. A. H.. Clinton, Ky., 1 box snuff.
4'. M. P.,1 bnreau.
43. E. W. D- Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin
41. E. W. ., Thompson Ldg, 1 box
45. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4fi. E. W. V., Thompson Ldg., 1 boi
4?. E. W. D.. Thompson Lie., 1 box
48. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldj.,' 1 butt
4'J E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., J brl
60. E. W. d., Thompson Ldg , 'i brl
51. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., br)
5J. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
53. E.W. !., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
54. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg.. Mo., 1
53. E. W.D., Thompson Ldg , Mo., 1
box brandy cherries.
86. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
(7. S. J. Simpson, Lake Charles, Mils.,
6 boxes tobacco,
C8. no mark. 1 box II H goods.
5u. do 1 box mdse,
60. do do
til. do do
J. do 14 brl C. O. salts,
ftl. A. 11., New Madrid, 1 box mdie.
M. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
65. R. T. A Son. Keclfoot. 1 box canflv.
Go. P. A !., Kauklui Ldg., Min.,lbutt
C7. Geo W. Craig, care. Gus Powlcr, 1
118. Houseman, Armon & Co., Si. Louis,
111 oaics cotton sack..
r9. no mark. 1 box b uing paddles,
"tl. do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunny Side, 1 bag coffee,
do do brl sugar.
72. M.C. Mcalrv, St. Charles, Ey., I
73. no mark, I brl lamp chimnlea.
74. A. Kaan, Milleklna Bend, 1 box
75. no mark, 1 box sundries.
7. S. Navaro. Little Rock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, 2 buckets bar stores.
7$. do 1 box bar stores.
79. do do
811. do do
81. do do
82. do do
83. do do
81. do do
85. J. S. N., 1 box bar stores.
8ti. do do
87. do do
88. do do
m Butler A Haff, liolly Retreat, MUs.l
box medic. ne.
90. J. II. C'avaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box fire crackers.
91. no mark, 1 bdlo wagsnrods.
92. do 1 brl glassware.
13. R. S. Aiken, Evansville, 3 boxes
91. D. D. Jayne & Son, Thlla., 1 box
95. McKeown & Pond, 2 boxes stove fix
tures. 90. Jno. Holdcn, Blandvillo, Ey., 1 box
97. no mark, 10 blick valises.
98. do 1 trunk.
99. J. B. Brav.l trunk.
10, K , 9 plows.
101. Kussei, Bird's Point, 2 pluws.
102. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
THE IULLIDAT 4 PHILLIPS WUARF-IiOAT
Caire, 111., Aug. 5th, 1881.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Ilomeopathlc treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposito the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, ELECTRO-VAPOR iD MEDICATED
. A lady In attendance.
jyw. E. W. WHITLOCK, .
OFFicl No. ID Commercial Avenue, between
Kgbth and Ninth Streeu
jyj G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFICE Ity Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Km. AMANDA CLARK90K, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Sank, 8th St.
IVGood Stock and Prices Reasonable..
By addresing GEO. P. ROWELL A CO , 10
huruce Hi . New York, can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of A OVKKTIHING in Amet
can Newspapers. rUloO-page Pamphlet, lOe. .
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