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Legal MaukB Kept vr Salt
at Tim IJullktin office.
Special Warranty Deedn,
Quit (,'laiiu Dt eild.
lkUiil E-ttnte Murt'oc,
Executions, HuuimotiH, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks. &,c.
Never Give Up.
If you are bufleriuu with low and de
jirmed epirits, Um of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headaclie, or any diacuse of a bilious na
ture, by all nit'uns procure a bottle of Elec
tric Hitter. You will be Mirprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and heiicelurth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitter. Hold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bro. C
A (ireat lilscmiy.
Mr. Win. 'I 'hoiuari, of Newton. It., uys:
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a couyh for twenty-live yearn, and this
Hpriny more severely than ever before. She
bad used many remedies without relief, and
being ured to try Dr. Kind's New Dis
covery, did ho, with mort 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 Bru3' drug
store. Large size 1 1.00. G
UucKien'tt Arnica aive
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Kheura, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Pi leu. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'.'5 rents pr lxx. For sale by Barclay
Thirty-four years a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many remedies. One bottle of
Ely's C'retai Balm gave me more real bene
fit than all the rest. It is a sufe and valua
ble medicine. A. L. Fuller, Danby, . Y.
"Kou?li f n Dentist'' Tooth Powder.
Smooth, HefreitiinL', Ilirniless, Elegant,
Cie insinp, Pr' 8 -r 'ative and Fragrant. 13,'.
St. Lous. M ., A'.gu-t i!0, 1 SSi. I hive
used your Penetrating Oil in iuy family for
the lttnt two years, and tin 1 it an unfailirg
remedy fr rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My Imjswho are very fond of the
National game, btse bail, my they cannot
do with-.ut it. Yours truly,
Oko. E. Bennett,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
I have used Ely's Cream Bultu f r dry
Catarrh f to which eastern persons are sub
ject who come here to live.) It has proved
a cure. B. F. M. Week, Denver, Colo.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kid
ney, Bladder and Lnnary I).ea;es. f
Those unhappy persons who sufler from
nervousness and dyspe psia, should use Car
ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are male
express. y for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 2jc, ail druggists.
The People's Remedy .'or biliousness,
constipation, pib-s, sick Ik ad ichf, jaundice,
Ac, is Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table liquid remedy; large bottle, 23 cents.
At all druggists. '')
For she cure of Catarrh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream Balm, as the' best rem
edy I have ever used. Dr. J. S. Ysughtn,
dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
"Well's Health Renewer"' restores health
ami vitror, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1. (2)
Cheap Homes in Ark.tn -sas anil 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
2.00 to flOO and $4.00 P" acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity ami 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 anA
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f:ir 1833 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1982. 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. Tovtkskxd, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Plant At ion Philosophy.
Do pusson what tloau' talk nothin'
but slang, doau' think nothin' but
Folks sometime growl 'bout do very
source o' dar fortune. Do farmer often
complains o' do heat.
Sudden pleasures is alius do kecnes1.
Dar aiu't no applo so sweet as do ono
wo accidont'ly fin's in de grass.
All do oddication iu do worl' won't
make sonio men wise. All de co'n in
do crib won't fatten do stump-suckin'
Er dog has got moro sonso don do
spen'thrift, fur, of a. dog hab got er big
ger pioco o' meat den he ken eat, 'stead
o' throwin it orway, ho buries it, know
in' dat arter orwhile, ho will bo hongry
Whnt cr glorious thing it is fur do
laborin man dat do Sabi or didn't como
oz or rich man. Vtt'so nf ho had. tick
ets on do salvation road woul' cos' so
run eh now dat or no' man pouhln't
tech ono wid cr ton foot polo. Bless
ycr, ua woman iei mm nang crrouu
do depot ter soo do train start. Arkan-
Tito Daily Bulletin.
Ol'rlT IaL I'Amt OV ALEXANDER COINTY
K.V1 EKKL AT TUB CAIKU POSTOKKICK KOK
1 HANsMISblON TllltOL'UU THE MAILS AT
HKCONU CLASS UATKS.
0 rover Cleveland is a poor man. His
assets over liabilities will not exceed 3,
000. Hence his salary as Governor of New
York is important to him. He u quietly
eugaged dily in discharging the duties of
the trust placed upon him by the people of
his State. James G. Blaine is worth his
millions and is passing the heated season
at Bar I Labor, a summer resort on the
coast of Maine, and personally directing his
campaign for the Presidency. In the one
case, the man of tlj- people is living upon
his personal exertions, in the other, the Re
publican candidate is living upon the fruits
of bis Little Rock and Fort Smith opera
tions. Which occupies the most pleasing
position before the American people? There
can be but one answer.
President Paramore, of the Texas and
St. Louis Itailn ad, has returned from his
Texas trip, and iu an interview with a St.
Louis reporter he said the cotton crop
along the line of his road to be a wonder
fully large one. Other crops are equally
abundant. "Our road'" said he, "will
bring twice as much cotton to St. Louis
this year as last." In regard to the pros
pects of the road, Mr. Paramore said they
were good. Considering the fact that this
had been a dull summer, the roal was do
ing remarkably well. The earnings have
not been great enough to warrant their pub
lication, but the business of the road had
increased to the extent of f 1,000 a week
since the spring. The washouts last spring
had proved rather disastrous to the road,
but passenger and freight business all sum
mer had beea very large, and as a conse
quence the road ws miking something
above expenses. This was doing pretty
well, h thought, where older roads were
unable to pay interest on bonds. About
the firbt ot next mouth the rood would be
t;in to publish earnings. The cotton crop
will be large enough to test the ability of
the roc 1 to handle it. Over 700 new cars
and thirty engines had been put on since
list spring. Mr. Paramore said that new
towns were springing up all aloug the line
of the road; that factories and mills wre
being put up and prosperity and abundance
blessed the entire strip of country tapped
by the Texas and St. Louis Railroad.
Magistrate Comings returnel from
Bioomington Wednesday night.
Mr. S. Rxsenwater is in the East pur
chasing goods which will begin to arrive
here next week.
Mr. George Higgius, of Olmstead, was in
the city yesterday. He says there will be
another grand Democratic ratification meet
ing there before lung.
Col. Rear Ion has sent word that he will
be back, home to morrow to resume his du
ties at the head ofjthe city police force.
He has improved very much while at Cro
Miss Luella Eraser, cashier of the dry
goods house of Goldstine Jk Rosenwater,
returned yesterday from Crcal Springs,
where she had been for several weeks for
health and pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Heilman returned sever
al days ago from Dixon Springs, and Mr.
Heilman left yesterday for the east to buy
goods for the dry goods house of J. Burger,
ot which he is manager. He will be gone
The sky was spotted in this weather
district yesterday. Rain was reported as
follows: North Platte, .01 of an inch; Mem
phis, .23; Shreveport, .01; Fort Worth, in
appreciable. The barometer stood gener
ally about 30, and the thermometer ranged
between 74 and 83.
The rain fall here during the twenty-
tour hours ending la&t evening measured an
even half of an inch.
The Bcixetis thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
SI -12 M.
80- -0 P.M.
One reason why the treatment of rheu
matism is so frfquently wanting in success
is that the local remedies applied do not
reach tho seat of disease, which Is the
blood. Athhiphoros dcalj at once with the
obstructive acid which poisons and inflames
the system, and by expelling if, invigorates
the nction of tho muscles, limbers the joints
and brings renewed health to tho wearied
frame. Miss Mary A. Dauforth was cured
of rheumatism of long standing by ono
day'sluso of this medicine.
dAlRC) BUtETlN: FKlDAV MORNING AUGUST
Blaine as a Phibitionist.
A Kecord from wllTliere is n En
cap The Republicans wd be glad to hide
Mr. Blaine's pronouni prohibition rec-
ord if they could, ev realize keenly
that it will ccst him thare and extreme-
ly important German v, and are now fu-
tilely endeavoring to athe over the ob-
iectionable actions anutteracces which
have gained the opposiii of the Germans,
There can be no questiias to Mr. Blaine's
poiition on the question' sumptuary leg-
islation. Aside from significant fact
that the ardent and radii Neal Dow, of Cs
Maine, has unqualifies endorsed Mr.
Blaine's nomination ai guarantees his
soundness on the probition question,
there are convincing pro( in the articles
written by Mr. Blaine wle editor of the
Kennebec Journal. A fe extracts will be
sufficient to locate Mr. Bine on the pro
hibition question. In ie editorial he
"In June, 1S51, the Leglature of Maine
enacted a law for the suppssion ot intern
perunce which took the wdd by surprise
It was deemed by many 'ho were well
wishers as so extreme in sue of its pro-
visions and so far beyond ar pretious leg
islation on the subject as t endanger the
wnole cause ot reform by thviolent action
it would provoke. Iiut mewho so reck
oned were in the wrong; th law was ac
quiesced in and ratified by 10 people and
now in thh fourth vpur nf h PYistenee is
stronger than it ever was, nd every day
that passes only adds testinny to the wis-1
dom of its provisions."
There is nothing uncertai about that;
no equivocation, evasion orircumlocution,
but a very plain and positie avowal and
advocacy of the "Maine laf with all its
severe method nd rw-nalrip
At another time he Disced the cause of
temperance above even the tpublican par- The Jaa. W. Gaff leaves Paducah to-nior-ty.
as shown in this extract fbm one of his row morning at 8 o'clock. Passengers can
For the State to put forth its legal arm I
to stop the traffic in alcoholt liquors, ex-
cept lor mechanical purposes is but an ap-
plication of the old doctrine i self-defense,
ar'ainst what is as dawreroa to itself as
furious beasts and savage mc to Bociety in
olden times. The -mperance re-
f ,. . . i , i . . I
luiuj. Biauuuiijon immoriaoie principles, is
stronger than a political partj, and needs
no political alliance unless foned to the po-
eitioa by political enemies." I
During the same year, 1853, there was a 1
State Prohibition convention held at Au-
,-usta, and among the resolutions adopted I
and afterward nublished in Mr. Blaine's
- k..k .i..
was the following
i.Ti .4 :. a
iusi we recu''uiie u as me imperative
duty ot every temperance man to vote only
for such men as are well known to be in fa-
vorofan outspoken "iiquivpo'1. -
ui i piofiioitory law and of its prompt
r .... .
and .vigorous enforcement.
In 13 j9 Mr. Blaine was editor of The
Portland Advertiser, and in an editorial
discussing the legislative act which put the
question of a license or prohibitory law be
fore the people to decide, he said : ''The op
portunity is now civen to the friends of
prohibition to make it a finality in the laws
of the State. The two svstems of license
and prohibition are brought into direct and
palpable competition, and the friends of
each have the unrestricted privilege of ex
pressing their preference. We have the
fullest faith that the people of this State
are by a considerable majority in favor of
prohibition, and an opportunity is now af
forded them to say so under more favora
ble circumstances than will again be offer
ed, perhaps, in this generation.
We trust that all due efforts will be made
to get out a large vote, and that being done
we have no fear of the result. But if all
good temperance men will earnestly en
gage in the contest, and, waiving differ
ences of opinion on minor points, sustain
the law as a whole, the result will be a tri
umph for prohibition and a final settlement
of the whole matter."
Could further proofs be asked?
The Demands of Rusincsa.
They were on their way to the depot
She was going to the country for a few
weeks to visit her mother, and he was
to remain in town and slave away at
"It's too bad, John," she said, "that
business should keep you in tho city
during the hot weather."
"It can't be helped," ho replied
manfully. "Business must bo attend
ed to, even if tho weather is hot."
Then something that sounded like
"Rum-te-tum-titidy" camo from under
"What did you say?" she demanded
"I saiil that business, my dear, must
be attended to without regard to the
"Oh! I thought you said something
"No; that was nil. I shall miss you
very much, dear," ho went on, "but it
will only bo for a few weeks, you know,
and then we will be together ngain.
Tho shriek of a locomotive drowned
tho latter part of his remark, and
placing his wifo on the train, ho kissed
lier lovingly and in a broken voice bade
When tho train had pulled out ol
sight John went into tho station and
said to tho agent:
"Give nio a (rum-te-tum-tiddy) tick
et to Coney Island ami return. (Oh-rum-te-tum-tiildy.
Tho city of Hamburg is about to erect
a museum of natural history at an es
timated cost of 900,000 marks. Plan!
in competition luivo been solicited
from architects, and upward of 100 aro
likely to bo received.
W. P :.iRl,lv n.r illliirnf THt BnLLItTlH
iid steamboat mh.m.i ivknt. Orders fur all
kindsof steamboat Job printing tllrlted. Office i
ai uower i European Hotel. No. il vmo levee.
8TAOE8 OK THK KIVEB.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:13 p. m. yesterday, 14 feet 4
inches. 1- all during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 8 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 14. River 3 feet 6
inches and rising.
U T;n. ft f.nr o
11. llllbl V
inches and falling.
14. River 4 tect a
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 14. River 2 ft 5 inch-
Pittsburg, Aug. 14. River 1 foot 1 in
ch and failing.
St LouiB, Aug. 14. River 11 ft 4 inch
es and falling.
Business on the wharf dull yesterday.
The Belle Memphis is due this evening
from St. Louis, for Vicksburg.
The Annie P. Sidon leaves St. Louis to
morrow eiening for New Orleans.
The Vint Shinkle leaves Cincinnati for
Memphis, Saturday, Aug. 10, at 5 p. m
The elegant steamer City of Baton
Rouge leaves here to-day for New Orleans.
The City of St. Louis, from New Orleans
passed up for St. Louis yesterday evening.
The IIud3on, from St. Louie, passed up
Paducah last night
She had a fine
The Cons Millar leaves Memphis this ev
ening for Cincinnati; will pass here Sunday
evening, Aug. 17.
Faom fifteen to twenty laborers for the
levee works on the lower Mississippi are
passing through here daily.
procure through tickets via uus fowier
from W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent.
The Qu3 Fowjer ia tho DCver-failiug
, M . n.j..-u ...:; r,,
at 2 p. m., making close connection with
the Illinois Central R. R. for;St. Louis, Chi
-n -n u nninta past and wpst
The Grand RaDldS KeDOl'tS.
In reference to the performance, etc., of
the Burr Robbins' show at Grand Rapids
Mich., the Daily Democrat thus speaks:
"Not even the strong counter attraction
nt the races vesterdav afternoon sufficed to
I i,.. ,1: .:v. iu 1 AnHionpo I
Srlj S S XJl5fn,ni.w
I -i -j-
u- n in ii a raa r i ( i imiiiiin ninmvn luiuiduva w
i u.. a R the liurr ivouuins.
At njght t0O) tQe tent was crowded from
.mM ,.. tn tis in w. ...
"5 i" '.""r:.:: . a a ; ..,
CUs lOvlug pcupic, aim ti ia mu; jtoia
since we have enjoyed an entertainment of
this kind possessing more genuine merit
than that of last night. In the menagerie
the large horse, the heavy weight lifter, and
other advertised specialties, attracted gen
eral attention. Many new features were
introduced in the circus performance.
The entire programme was really first class
in quality, and deserving of grea) commen
dation." Burr Robbins will show here to-day, and
those who expect to see a big show and a
good one, will not be disappointed.
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tee Cauio Bulletix.
Answer this if you Can.
Is there a person living who ever saw a
case of the ague, biliousness, nervousness
or neuralgia, or any disease of the stomach
liver or kidneys, that Hop Bitters will not
"My mother says Hop Bitters is tho only
thing that will keep her from severe at
tacks of paralysis and headache. Ed. Os
"My little sickly puny baby was chang
ed into a great bouncing boy, and I was
raised from a sick bed by using Bop Bit
ters a short time. A Yocxo Mother.
Kf "No use to worry about any liver,
kidney or urinary troubles; especially
Bright s Disease, or Diabetes, as Hop Bit
ters never fail to cure, where cure is possi
ble 1 ! !
"I had a severe attack of gravel and kid
ney trouble; was nnable to get any medi
cine or doctor to cure me until I used Hop
Bitters. They cured me in a Bhort time.
T. R. Atty.
Unhealthy or inactive kidneys
cause "gravel, Bright's disease, rheumatism
and a horde of other serious and fatal dis
eases, which can bo prevented with Hop
Bitters," jf taken in time.
"Ludington, Mich., Feb. 2, 1979.
have used Hop Bitters for four years, and
there is no medicine that surpasses them
for bilious attacks, kidney complaints, and
all diseases incident to this malarious cli
mate. II. T. Alexaxdeu.
"Monroe, Mich.. Sent. 23. 1873. Sins:
I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflam
mation of the bladder. It has done for me
what four physicians failed to do cured
me. The effect of the Bitters seemed like
magic to mo." W. L. Carter
O.'iNTi: Yonr Hop flitters havo been of crest
value to mo, I was laid no with typhoid fever for
over two montti", atm comrt got no rcuei ooin i
tried onr Hon Ilittnra. Tn thnan nflVrlDB from
debltity, or any one In feeble health, I cordially
recommend toem. .1. v. NTorri
638 Fulton it., Chicago, III
"Paralytic, nervnus, tremulous old la
dies are mado perfectly quiet snd sprightly
by using Hop Bitters.
tyNone uenntn wtthont a banch of arn
uopsi on tne wane latxM. untin an iuo iu '
onous itnff with "Hop" or "Hops" In their nam
I LimnDiiiiiiiiiiiiiinMiH' jj
THE GREAT GERMAN
Uellt-ves and cures
11 E A D A Ul E, T OOT 11 A CH E ,
Soreneii, Cuts, Bruliei,
And all other bodily chea
FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE.
H.il1 by all Druggists and
Dialers. Uireclluus lu U
Tht Charles A. Vogeler Co.
n u 1. VOGILIK CO )
UalUinore. JId., V. U. A.
SALT IlllKI'M, 1'ZKMA, SCUurn.A, SCALD
Ilul, Kn Tette, Hive. I)Hinlnilf, l:rr'
id ii, l'inii'M. Miuif. ';ulunrU, 1 laut roiniiij;
nii'l 1'oIhihI Wouh'U, llu.givunii. auuljiiru, and
all Ji H.v"f tlie .-kill.
For I'iIm, Woumli, C'litu, ("leer or ftire, no
r'iiii-lv Is iruint in nouiliiiiK itml liilin as
l'uiill;ui Skill Lure. It djes iwt unart orljurn.
LirKtimt i tm lunguagti accvmpuny tray btftlt.
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE orCHItONK' COLD
Ul Hie Iltad, ltwm Cold, liruhiblul Cauirrli aud
Clennses the nontrili. permit natural V'renttdnj,
and prevent incrusiutiuin. auulll.-a und neezih((.
It iaK" lili rure inrCold In the Had-whu.h
la caused by midden iliamjen ill lb; aluionidiere.
Virtctumt in (tn tomjuiig't acdfjiany eicry txAtlt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
rOU SALE LY ALL DntJOQISTS.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. sciiun,
Snecial Acts, in this citv
ir , i x ;p p, a nnZAnnl
jJlUUltU lJlIU (; ACLUltJllL
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized December, 1883, ruder the
Successor to Widows and Orpliano Mutual Aid So
Clety, organizes uuiy i n, in.i, uuuci
tho laws of lb7'J.
tou ii D( nis(l ...... rrusideni
. ki.i ..ariii-v-u
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton. Stratton 4 Bird, ero-.er, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. froldstine, ofGoldmine it Iiosunwater, hole
sale and retail dry ood;C. W. Danning, M. D. ;
Pres. Bd. .Med. .x., for Kenslona: Albert Lewis,
conimiii.ion merchant: J. If. KoMiieon, county
Judge and notary public; Wm. F. I'itcher, com.
broker and insurance agent: ti. II. Dnlril, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas LewK attorney and secretary; K. V.
P:erre.attornev at-law, uuunoln IU. : K. C. Puce
cashier of Centennial Han k, Ashley, 111.; Albert
llayuen, cashier ol Ueorge Connelly s C o., pprlntf
fluid. III ; 11. M. Muun, attorney-at-law, 1116 Itn.i
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Knbt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier First National Panic, Stuart. Iowa.
EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases ot women
OFFICE On 14th street, opposite the Post
office Cairo, 111.
jyil. J. E. STRONG,
129 Coiamercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOIt, SLUCTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Kehth and Ninth Street
jyj G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFFICE Ity Drug Storo, Carbondalo, 11 1.
I if unnttiiimiiwrnmiimii M I
j 1 a rC-
T7 si -
a M J M 'Si
Public Sale of Unclaimed
There will bo told at pnb'lc auction fur itorag
and charges, to the hlbeat and bolt bidder, on
Wecluumlay, the lot ti day of September. 1S84, at the
wharf boat or I be Ualliday fc Cbt bp Wharf Boat
Co., laying moored ta the public landing on the
Ohio Hitcr opposite tho foot of Sixth f rreet, Cairo,
Illinois, The aale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
continue until all are aold or diepofed of, unleel
previously called for.
The folloini; lot nf goodi, utenelli, Ac. which
have been In atore and uncalled for more than
twelve months last past, numbered and marked
at follows viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. I box stove pipe, Jfcc.
i. J as W Maans, Brooklyn, Ark, I box
3. P Jit W, 1 hrl stove ptpe.
4. no mark. 1 scale beam.
5. Fl'ictier Cairo, 1 box 11 H goods, and
1 bedstead, rails and slats,
fi. J. W'. I'hliliii, 1 box II II goods.
7, no mark, 1 tox lamps, ic.
8. J. W. Iiavenuort. Memphis, 1 bdle
canvass anil show.
9. so mark. 1 box glass.
10. Ex Htr Vlrgte Lee, 1 drag saw.
11. At. . P. & U. Show, Cairo, 1 box
12. Jo Armstrong, Cr cnvllJe. 1 brl flour
13. M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter Human, Texarkana, 1 box
11. II., 1 lot Ilolloware.
17. I.L., HiUianisvllle, Mo., 1 box dry
18. no mark, 1 box frames.
l:i. S. l. Koberts, Mouticello, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c lmneys.
W. M r. Supe, Fort vVorth, Texas, I
21. B., Holly Spilnea, Miss., 1 brl bot
tles. 2-.'. II JtC.,Milburn, Ky. l bale batting.
!. no mark, rewlng machine.
21. Jas. Bell. Ullln, 111., 1 pr names.
i no mark, 4 bdlea, (1 doi washboards.)
M. Llvlnpsion & Co., iron founders,
Pittsburg, 1 box apple parers.
T.. K. A. Ktdd.l box flanks.
iH. Dan I'belao, Vlcksbur?, 1 bdle (3
2!). C. II. W 1 wash atand.
W. Mary Sample, Calvert City, 1 box
H II cool's.
31. Smith Bros Cairo, 1 box H II goods.
3v. Htorrell A lleiiz, Osceola, Ark.,1 box
II II goods.
31. Wm. Keld, Goose Island, 1 box gun.
34. T. T. Travis. Big Pond, Ark., 1 box.
i. W. S. tiaeklll, Cairo, 1 box H U
W. Mis" Kate Pnlntz, Cairo, 1 box.
37. Kothchildi & Co., CIl., O., 1 box.
:'H. no mark, i boxes paper palls.
3tf K. L. Aiken, Evansville, Ind., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box H n goods.
41. M. A. K., Clinton, Ky , lbox snuff.
4.'. M. P., 1 bnreau.
41. E. W. V Thompson, Ldj, I box gin-
Rer sn ips.
. w. fc...
Thompson Ldg, 1 box
45. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1
40. E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 tox
48. E. W. L)., Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
4) E. W. V.. Thompson tig., X brl
0. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg , ii brl
51. E. W. D., Thompson Ldu., tt br)
5) . E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
M. E.W. U., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
M. E. W. U.. Thompson Ldg., 5Io., 1
tij. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
box brandy cherries.
VI. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
tT. S. J. s'impson. Lake Charles, Miss.,
!t boxes tobacco.
!i. co mark, I box 11 H goods.
5-1. do lboxmdae,
60, do ia
i,l. do do
do Vi brl C. O. salts,
ttl. A. H., New Madrid, 1 hoi mdie.
61. no inalk, 1 trunk mdae.
65. H.T. &r)on, Heelfoot, 1 box candy,
bd. P. & Ii., Ranking Ldg., Min., 1 butt
AT. Geo W. Craig, care. Gut Fowler, 1
08. Houseman, Armon & Co., St. Louis,
in bdles cotton sack.".
(19. no mark. 1 box b uing paddles.
7C. do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunny Side, 1 has coffee.
do : brl sugar.
7i. M-C. Mcalrr, St. Charles, Ky., I
box sund les.
73. no mark, 1 brl lamp chimnlea.
71- A. Kabn, Milleklni Bend, 1 box
7". no mark, 1 box sundries.
7'i. S. Navaro, Little Rock, 1 brl glass
ware. T7. no mark. 2 buckets bar stores.
7B. do 1 b.n bar stores.
79. do do
no. do do
HI. do do
H-J. do do
H3. do do
81. do do
kv J. S. N., I box har stores.
8i. do do
h7. do do
88. d j do
y. Butler A naff, Roily Retreat, Miss. 1
j0. J. H. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box fire crackers.
01 . no mark, 1 bdle wagun rods.
W. do 1 brl glassware.
1:1. R. S. Aiken, Eransvtlle, 3 boxes
D D.Jaynt)& Son, Thila., 1 box
95. McKi'Owni Pond, 2 boxes stove fix
tures, 00. Jno. Holden, Blandvlllo, Ky., 1 box
!7. no mark, 10 black valises.
VS. do 1 trunk.
f.t. .T. B. Brav, 1 truuk.
ID. K.,9 plows.
101. Russet, Bird's Point, 2 plows.
102. A., Cairo, 1 box bnggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
TnE HALLIDAY & PHILLIPS WHARF-BOAT
Cairo, III., Aug. rub, 1581.
rpBE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illlnola.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Banking: Business
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Strctt
F. BHOSS, President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
P. NiKF. Vice Pres'nt
T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
D irtna :
t. Bross C.'ro I Wflll-m Rlui.. .Cairo
I'eterNell " l ""'..u?'
Budwy.V. CtomiioD. Caledonia.:
AUK5IRAL BANKING BUSINKS8 DONE.
Kichanre o!d andbonght. Interatt paid it
the Savings Departmant. Collection! mad and
all boi)Ms promptly attended to.