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A. regular convocation of Cairo diopter
No. 71 It. A.M. will bo hol.l this (lues
day) tvouiutf at 8 o'clock. Vinitini,' com
pnmuriB cordially invito! to attend.
15. P. Ui.ake, Secy.
Legal Blanks Kept Sor Salt-,
at The Kili.f.tin office.
Special Warranty Dccl,
Quit Claim Deeds.
Heal E-tate Mortae,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garniblieo Blanks. Scc.
An Auswer Wanted.
Can any oik; lirini m a cast of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Flectric Hitters
will not tjn edily cure ' We say they can
not, as thousands of cusses already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Hitters, will prove. Hriylil's
disease, diabeti-M, weak hack, or any urirnry
complaint quickly cured. They purify the
hlood, regulate tlie bowels, and act direct
ly on the disea-ed parts. Every bottle yiHr
auteed. For sale at .Vie. a b ittle by Harchy
. K You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
Il'yoii 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 lioii.-e to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in TnE Caiko liui.i.ms.
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
). A. Tawm-v, E-p, a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes : "After u.-ing it
f"r more than three year, I take treat
p'ea-ure in sating that I regard Dr. King'
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world tor coughs arid
colds. It lias never failed to cure the !iio-t
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 dNea-Co may be h id ftee
at Barclay llros' drug r-torv. Large s:.e,
KueKii n 's Arnica. .valvc
The B'-it Salve in trie wnr.t f .r Cat.-,
linises, Korea, L'icers, Salt I'.l.e'iin, iYvir
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilli' a: ns,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
runs i'iie. It i L"iara;iteed to give r
fect satisfaction, or 1'ioriey rtfuiided. I r I e
2" cents per bm. Y r sale by liarc'ay
The office held by the Kidn-ys is oil's ' f
vast importance. TIh-v act as nature's
sluiceway to enrry e.ff the ex'ra liquids
from the system and with them the impur
ities, boih those that are taken into the
stonvu.li, tnd those that are formed in the
blood. Any clogging or inaction of these
organs is, therefore, very irunort-
I ant. Kidriev-Wort is Nature's eflioiio.t Re
sistant in , keeping the kidneys in good
working order, ftrengthening them and
inducing healthy action. If you would yet
well and keep well, take Kidney-Wort.
Advice to Mothers.
L Are vull ilii.tiirlieil at nn-ht mill li Will
of your rest by a sick child euilVritig and
cryir.H with pain of cutting teeth? If S",
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wil
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery an 1
diarrho a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Win
low'e Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2't cents a bottle.
The Hop Plasters have a wonderful sale,
and why? I'.eciuse they cure backaehe,
stiff joints, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part. People appreciate them. Any
druggist, T) cts. (11 ) '
A Fair Oflcr.
The Voltaic Belt Co., M.irshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on tiial. for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
Sec advertisement in this paper. 2
J-iX" Decorative art. Explicit directions
for every use are given with the Diamond
Dyes. For dyeing mosses, grasses, eggs,
Ivory, hair, Arc. 10c. Druggists keep
them. Wells, Itichardson & Co., Burling
Mere outward application of so-called
remedies for rheumatism and neuralgia
must necessarily fail of their purpose, be
cause the origin of the trouble is untouch
ed. These twin diseases are essentially
diseases of the blood, and must be dealt
with accordingly. This is just what Ath
lophoros aims to do, and the success that
has been met with can best bo measured by
the hundreds of unsought testimonials that
the manufacturers arc daily receiving.
Tennessee, among other things, will send
to the World's Exposition a marble temple,
showing specimens of marble taken from
various parts of the state.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas ami Texas
Along the lice 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 pricu from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per 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 18S2, and makeup your mind to go an3
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over tne Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend, Qen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
UFHclAL l'At'KIt OP ALKXANDF.lt COUNTY
KNTKHKH AT TUB CAIKO PO.iTOFKICK Poll
I HANHMISSION TIIKOI'OII TIIB MAILS AT
HK('ONI) CLASS HATKH.
After August 5th to regular subscribers
who are not in arrears, Tiik Bulletin will
FOR 20 CENTS PER WEEK,
Payable weekly, or "t welks for One Dollar.
No reduction for payment in advance, but
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in advance, they can do so without
Tiik BuLLhTi.s will contain all the lo
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umi.s of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance of the St. Louis morning papers.
Col. S. S. Taylor is in St. Louis on busi
ness. Mrs. Henry Halliday and children re
turned yesterday from Wisconsin.
Capt. C. W. Bradley returned yester
day from his long trip to everywhere.
Alderman C. It. Woodward and family
are entertaining Mrs. Hodge, of Metropolis.
Miss Nellie Lofiiii has returned from
Lebanon, where she had been visiting re
latives. Mr. Hermm Levy, formerly in business
here but now of Sr. Louis, is in the city,
Mr. John Chellct now has a good posi
tion in the Illinois Central Railroad office
at New Or leans.
Mr. M.S. Jay, General Agent of the
T xis A: St. Louis railroad, was in the city
yesterday on business.
County Clerk Hutntn went to Metropolis
Saturday to bring his family home; and
they returned yesterday.
Mr. A!. Lewis returned yesterday fr m
Ashley, where l.e went to see his family
and hunt prairie chicken.
J u ige Brors expects to be called to Cam
den every hour to attend the bedside of his
bret'ier, who is seriously sick.
Billy Gray was down from Paducah
yesterlay. He and Al Goes will have their
theatre in full b'.ast again by the 1st of
Miss Florence M., daughter of Judge J.
II. K ihinson, has returned from a visit to
friends in Kansas City, Mo. She was gone
Misses Bettie Nolan and Emma
Ilaynts. of Fult n, Ky., came up Sunday to
remain a few days visiting their friend
Miss Belle Holmes.
Mr. E l Pink came up from his Florida
orange farm Saturday. He bears strong
proof upon hi face and hands of having
had some healthy out-door exercise.
Master Mechanic Kennedy, of the Il
linois Central road, came down yesterday
to push tlie work on the company's East
Cairo incline to an early completion.
Mr. J. A. Naugle, formerly agent of the
St. L. k C. road here but of late connect
ed with a road at Tedras Negra, Mexico,
passed through the city yesterday for St.
Mr. W. B. Pettis contemplates taking
a trip to Virginia with his family nbout
the 1st of next month. lie expects to re
main aw ay about a month, during which
time Mr. George Cooke will have charge cf
Mr. Pettis' business here.
Sergeant Emery will probably return to
LaCrose on the 1st proximo for a stay of a
month. When he returns he will bring his
children and sister with him, and will niako
Cairo his home until he shall take a notion
t change again. During the sergeant's
absence Mr. Tarr will have sole charge of
the signal office. Mr. Tarr, by the way,
thinks seriously of changing places with a
brother officer who is now stationed at
Pittsburg. There is as yet nothing posi
tive abutit it, however.
Alexander County's Wealth.
In a pamphlet giving the official
statement of property assessed for the year
188-1, compiled for the use of the State
Board of Equalization, this county is cred
ited with the following:
Horses, 1 ,1:53 ; .value, $31,331; average
Cattle, 2,210; value, $21,420; average val
Mules and asses, 778; value $20,127; av
erage value, $33.53.
Sheep, 003; value, $031; average value,
Hogs, 4,113; value, $4,134; average val
Steam engiues and boilers, 35; value,
$7,350; average $207.04.
Fire and burglar proof safes, 83; value,
$2,720; average value, $32.77.
Rilliiird and pigeon-hole tables, 28; val
ue, $1,030; average, $37.50.
Carringes and wagons, 878; value, $14,
590; average value, $10.02.
Watches and clocks, 791; value, $4,097;
average value, $5.94.
Sewing and knitting machines, 044; val
OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 19, .1881. .
ue, $5,700; average value, $394.
Pianos, 139; value, $3,117; average val.
Melodeons, 42; value, $1,032; average
Steamboats and sailing vessels, 14; value,
$90,849; average value, $6,480.21.
Merchaudise, $137,874; material and
manufactured articles, $3,120; manufact
urers' touls, $12,295 agricultural tools and
implements, $9,039; gold and silver plate J
ware, $331; diamonds and jewelry, $113;
money of banks and bankers and brokers,
$0,216; credit of banks bankers and brok
ers, $1,850; money of other than bankers,
etc., $9,200; credit of other than bankers,
etc., $?00; pawnbrokers property, $100;
property of saloons, $1,503; household and
office property, $00,400; investments in
real estate and improvements, $1,122; grain
of all kinds, $1,400; all other property,
$9,821 ' Total value of unenumerated
property, $305,039 ; total value of personal
Number of acres of improved land, 30,
959. Value, $397, 727; average value,
12.85. Number ot acres of unimproved
land, 84,309. Value $193,910; average,
Total laud?, 115, S09 acres; value, 590,
C37; average value, $5.07.
Number of improved town and city lots,
2,247; value, $903,150; average value,
$130,87. Number of unimproved town and
city lots, 5,100; value, $217,0-19; average
value, $12.13. Total town and city lots,
7,407; Tvalue $1,135,805; average value,
Total value of all property assessed in
the county, $2,310,415.
War Department, Signal Service, U. S.
Army. Summary of Meteorological
KecorJ of Yesterday Afternoon for
this Weather District.
Sky gen'-rally clear in the northwest and
north, but somewhat cloudy elsewhere.
Rain fell as follows: St. Paul, .03 of an
inch; Keokuk, .03; New Orleans, .02; La
Crosse, Dubuque and Memphis, inapprecia
ble. The barometer stood below 30 in the
north and northwest, above elseweere; the
thermometer ranged between 74 and 90.
Wind was generally south, the highest ve
Tocity being 21 miles per hour, south, at
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
The County Board was in session yes
terday, hearing a case of considerable im
portance growing out cf the work of As
sessor Parker. It was the case of the Illi
nois Railroad Company which, through it 3
attorneys here, Messrs. Green & Gilbert,
made objection to listing the elevator
as taxable property, the company claiming
that the elevator is exempt from taxation
because it is part of the property of the
company used in the operation of the road,
which, under the Stats law requiring the
company to pay a certain percentum of its
earnings iuto the State Treasury every
year, is exempted from general taxation.
Judge Green appeared for the company,
and State's Attorney Leek for the people.
The case was first brought before Judge
Robinson, but Mr. Leek made the point
that this Court had no jurisdiction, but
that the objection should have been made
before the County Board. The Court sus
tained the point, and hence it is that the
County Board lias the case under considera
tion. Messrs. Henry Halliday and Chas.
Evans were examined yesterday for the
people, after which the board adjourned
till Monday when Mr. Jeffrey will testify
for tho company.
Tlie Honeymoon. 4l
Delighted Young Husband "What
a treasure you are, my love. I thought
you were so bound up in music and
painting and embroidery and such
things that you would not think of giv
ing attention to such uupoctic things
as ruenls, but hero you have ono of tho
most delicious plum puddings 1 have
Blushing Bride "Oh, I do not forget
that you ithvavs liked nice- things to
"But getting mo such a delicacy
must have taken you considerable
"Well, it did; but that was because
neither Bridget nor I knew how to get
"(lot what open, love?"
"Whv, tho can tho pudding canio in."
-Vhildddihia Cult. .
Largo numbers ot Duuknrd.s from
tho Cumberland valley nro settling in
the Virginia counties oast of tho Dluo
Kidgo. They uro scientific farmers,
and their advent has Increased tho
valuo of land so that a farm in Faur
quor. which was offered for $12 an acre
Las lately sold at $35.
W. K. uAvbdi.v, rivrr eauorot !'u Hui.i.ktim
mI leniboat pwKenuer antnt. Order for nil
ktnUofitramhoat joh printing nllrttL-l. Office
ut Bower Kiirapvan Hotel. No. ;j Ohio Icreo.
STAOF.S OK TIIK IUVKU.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 11 feet 11
inch. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 13.-River 2 feet C
inches and falling.
Cincinnati,' Aug. lS.-River 5 feet 9
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 13. River 3 feet 4
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 13.-Rivcr 1 ft 8 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. R-River 0 foot 9 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 13. River 10 ft 4 inch
es and falling.
The City of Vickshurg, from Vicksburg,
passed Up for St Louis last evening. Ar
rived at 7; departed at 7:30.
The City of Providence, from St. Louis,
arrived here Sunday night on good time,
with a fine trip for the stage of water.
The Cons Millar arrived here from Mem
phis Sunday at midnight. She had 50,000
feet of lumber and 23 cabin passengers;
departed for Cincinaati at 1 a. m.
Mrs. Ella Kimbrouh left for St. Louis
yesterday morning via Cairo & St. Louis
N. G. R. R. She will meet the packet El
la Kimbrough to-day, and take a trip up
the Missouri river.
The Vint Shinkle left Cincinnati Satur
day evening, the loth, and is due here for
Memphis to-morrow morning. W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent, will furnish
transportation at low rates.
The Gus Fowler is tho never-failiug
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.
If tlie Ohio continues falling next week,
the Evansvillc k Cairo Packet Co. will put
their light draught boats on the track, and
keep them in the trade from Evansville to
Cairo during the low water season.
The City of B U n Rouge, from St. Louis,
arrived here at 9 a. m. yesterday. She was
four and a half days out from St. Louis.
Her experience with low water this trip was
tough. She departed for New Orleans at
The weather for the past fe days has
been unusually hot, but tho nights have
been comparatively pleasant for sleeping.
A nice cool shower now would prove quito
acceptable. Business on the wharf fair
Tho Dexter, from Evansville, did not ar
rive here until 11 o, clock Sunday night;
turned back for Evansville at 11:30 p.m.
She reports the Ohio falling fast from EvJ
ansvil'e out, with scarce 4 feet at Hender
son and Shawneetown bars.
The excursion on the ferry-boat Three
States to night will be an important feature
for the lovers of fun and frolic. Fine mu
sic and refreshments of the best will be
served to all who may attend. The boat
leaves the wharf at 8 o'clock this evening.
By all means remember that excursion
on the Hudson, which takes place Thurs
day evening, leaving here for Paducah and
return Saturday evening. Fare for the
round trip, including meals and room
while in Paducah Friday and Saturday on
ly $3. A One string band has been secured
for the round trip, and a good time for all
who attend. See W. F. Lambdin, passen
ger agent, and secure tickets.
C.mimodore Given Fowler accompanied
by Mis Bettie Gardner, of Evansville,
Charley Wheeler and Miss Mattio Fowler,
also Mr. Cook Husbands with his accom
plished and pretty wife, were passengers on
the Fowler yesterday from Paducah. While
the boat was in port they were out in tho
city, taking in the sights. Tiie Commodore
says Cairo is a great business place, and
from his remarks we were led to believe he
might some day become a citizen here.
Few ltich Mon in California.
Tho majority of people, in this Stato
are not rich. Thero was a tiuio when
tho glamour of wealth seemed to bo
over all tho Stato. Thero aro not so
many rich people in California to-day
in proportion to tho population as
thero aro in each ono of tho older
States uf tho Union. There is less
warrant for costly livinrj or for do
mestic expenditures on the scalo of
prospective fortunes. Looking to the
future, ono might impiiro what am tho
prospective sources of wealth? Thero
aro no more great fortunes to bo made
in railway construction, few or no
great fortunes to bo made in mining
ventures, tho mock boards aro no
longer prominent. Only tho slow
processes of wealth nro left agricult
ure, manufactures aud industrial pur
suits generally, which aro most fitting
for a people who are not wealthy, but
wdio have not yet piito forgotten tho
lives of their fathers and mothers tho
domestic economy by means of which
largo families were well brought up,
educated and sent out into tho world
to make their own way successfully.
iSirt Francisco liulletin.
I was cured of rheumatism, says Mr. Al
bert Smith, 221 W. 2-ith Bt., N. Y., by St.
Jacobs Oil, after suffering eight years.
Various trado associations and scientif
ic organizations are making airangements
to hold their annual meetings at New Or
leaus during tho season of tbo World's
Rheiimatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaqo. Backache. Headache, Toothache.
More Tlironl. Knelling. Mprnln, lirulaea,
turn. ftraliW. rt Ultra.
iin ill. iinira Huiiii.f fins imi mils.
614 by UtvtiM. h-lrr. .vrr,.,,r.. fiTij tuu bottlt.
iMIWtli.Q. in II I.llrfUtr.
TIIF ( II Wil.K A. VOUKI.I K CO.
'Kawm.f,i A. VmitU,KMi t R.ltuuore, l.g..
ST. CLAliA ACADEMY
l magnificently situated In th southern part o(
Wticuuln. I'upllH arriving ut Dubuque, K!t l)u
hiique or (ialena, 111 . mny telephone to Academy
for coiveyiirice. For t'urtln-r particulars apply for
catalogue. ST. C LA K. ACADEMY.
SiuHiimwa MoiiuU, UratitL'o., Wis-
ST. REfilNA ACADEMY, KDfiEWOOD,
the m!jniflci.'nt gift of ex-iov. Washhurn, Mailt
on, Win., in branch of St. Clara's ami otter flue
educational a'lvantai;i.s. Dn-.'m.
CHESTER. '.Ma y'ur opens September 10. A
fclllitfiry ColUge with t'nivermty Fatten. Depart
Dicnts It ( lvii Koitineerini?, Chemistry Classics
and Knullsh. Circulars of ( apt-. V . F. IHiiclsy
andN. 11. Thistlrwood. and of Mcr F. W. Biir-
clay, Charles Callii;her and It. II. Cunningham, of
imscity, ororcuL IHl.O. UYAIT, Fjesmcnt.
350.00 PER MONTH!
SM-A1;V ANn totlMlSSIoN
to competent business msmiL'cr for this city (or
Mutii Agency . Kr.M'UNMI l.r. COM FAN Y, bus
Iness p'aclicnily a monopoly, rivalling the Tele
phone. g:,oi CAsH HKlJlT KKD fur gl.ot)
KAMFLE Ol'TFIT STAFLM.OUDS. Nobouds.
No Farticulars address, with references.
21 East 11th t., New York City.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Frairie Avenue and '.'tnh ft.. Chicago).
M.t(li!;il I'vrtmf lit ot
Hie Aorthwentern Utnvprsity.
N S. DAYK .M. 'i.. i.L. I)., Dean.
The Co leaiatu tear willbtem Sept. si. 1-eil. and
close Mareh it, lst. The course of instruction Is
graded, Students In in i divided Into llrst, second
and third year i la""'-, tiaulh.ations for admis
sion are either u Decree of A. U.. a certifl ate of a
reputable am limy, or u preliminary examination.
The method of lustriic'lon is conspicuously prac
tical, ami is applied in ihr. Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke's and M'cluel I!eee Hospital, dally at
the bedside of the side. The Frauittotiers' Course
will benin tho day alter the Anu1i.1l Commence
ment and c ut' i ue finr weeks. Fees, in advance:
.Matriculation. t'i 00: LrMurr,$75.li; Demonstra
tor. fsr,.(N. Hospitals.: Mercy, pi.Oa; St. Luke's,
I'i.oiJ. Laboratory, $VOi; llr'eakiiije, S'.iM. Final
Examination, $ t".io, FelTUury 1st. Fractltioners'
Course, S 'iO.iiO. For further information, a'ldresi
WALTEK HAY, M . D , LL. D., Secretary,
"ltMwdJ 43 Stale St., Chicago, 111.
ALLIDAY BROTH KK
FLOUR, GRAIN AND (IAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil h
ttjfbf 8t Cash Prife Paid for Wheat.
The Eegnlar Cairo 4 Paducah Daily
riENKY E. TAYLOR, Master.
OEOUGE JOUEs. Clerk.
leaves Fiducah forCiIro daily (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Ketnrn
ln, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p. m
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would respectfully announce to tlio citizens of
Cairo, that-J have opened and am carrytnc on a
tlrsl class laundry in the rear of Winter's Flock,
on Seventh Street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work In my line in a superior and work
manship stylo, defying competition and at
reasonable! figures. All work guaranteed, und
prompt payment if any i"Oods ara lost.
MA11Y HENS ELY.
N. B Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter's Flock. 7 i -'l:u
The Weekly Bulletin.
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Address OR. WARP & CO.! Louisiana. Mfc
Km Dr. KEAN.
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Vftto, lStrvuu, C'Uruula tul Hycll dtf
Btrma.t.ArhfM. ItnnnUiir1 i Mlual
lnriu It?1 KctutU dltwtt, etc, t'oa
I. Kn fi th only plijilcUu In tht
OH. H. H. KATil, of th tKgularsr
Horn, now oflvrta Rndv nasrabr
any on taa far tlaiwir aalaal? anS yalalMalj. Pr Uatltan.
Jail aeilsadnraamaiilafnin tmlnant mllcal mn.mm44nm
Jk M. tAlt, A.!.. H.D., It rHa M,. law lark Sta
Public Sale of Unclaimed
1 here will be sold at ub!lc aactlon for (tonga
and charges, to the hlgbeat and best bidder, on
W adnosday, the loth day of September. 1S84, at aha
wharl boat of l bo Halliday & Fhl lip Wharf Boat
(,., laying moored ta the public landing on tha
Ohio Jtiyer opposite the foot of Sixth srreet, Cairo,
Illinois. The sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
cont nuo until all an- sold or disposed of. nnlesa
previously called for.
The following lot of (roods, ntenslls, 4c. which
have been In storo and uncalled for more than
twelve months last past, numbered and mamed
a follows viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box stove pipe, Ac.
i. Jas W Mrans, Iirooklyn, Ark, 1 box
3. V&W.lhrl stoTeplpe.
4. no mark. 1 scale beam.
5. Fluchor Cairo, 1 box U H goodi. and
I bedstead, rails and slats.
fi. J. V. Fhllllps, 1 box H II goods.
7, no mark, 1 tor lamps, &c.
8. J. W. Davenport. Memphis, 1 bd'e
canvass and show.
0. no mark. 1 box glass.
10. Ex Hit Ylrgle Lee. 1 drag saw.
11. Agt. s. P. & H. Show, Cairo, 1 bo
12. Joe Armstrong, Or envllle. 1 brl floor
li. .M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Feter Knmau, Texarkana, 1 box
11. II., 1 lot Ilolloware.
1". LL., MiUamsYlile, o.,l box dry
IS. no mark, 1 box frames.
lu. S. O. Uoberts, Montlcello, Ark., 1 brl
U. M F. Supe, Fort tYorth, Texas, 1
31. B., Holly Springs, Miss., 1 brl bot
tles. is. n. AC, Milburn,Ky..l bale batting.
no mark , rewlng machine.
21. Jas. bell, Ulllu, lll.,lprhames.
i no mark, 4 bdlus,(2 doi washboards.)
Livingston & Co., Iron founders,
Fittsburg, 1 box apple parers.
-'7. It. A. Kidd.l box flasks.
s. Dan Fhelsn, Vicksburg, 1 bdle (3
SW. r. II.VV.,1 wash stand.
mi. Mary Sample, Calyert City, 1 box
II II (roo.ls.
1 . Smith Bros Cairo, 1 box H II goods.
8'orrell Jk Heliz, Usceola, Ark., 1 box
it ri goous.
Win. Held, Goose Island, 1 box gun.
il. T.T.Travis, Fig Fond, Ark.,1 box.
35. W. S. Uasklll, Cairo, 1 box H 11
:!. .Miss Kato Tnlnli, Cairo, 1 box.
ST. KothchlHIs & Co., CIl., O., 1 box.
:JH. no mark, z boxes paper palls
3'J it. I. Aiken, Kvuusvtlle, lud., 1 box
lit. no mark. 1 box II II goods.
41. M. A. H.. Clinton, Ky., 1 box snuff.
4:. M. P., 1 bureau.
4:). E. W. D. Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin
41. E. W. E., Thompson Ldg, 1 box
43. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
46. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
47. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 tox
4S. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 bntt
4 i E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., y brl
to. E. HT. D., Thompson Ldg , S brl
51. E. W. D Thompson Ldg.i H brl
M. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
5:1. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg,, Mo., 1
51. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
55. E. W . D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
box brandy cherries.
Sfi. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg,, Mo., 1
IT. S. J. Simpson, Luke Charles, Miss.,
& boxes tobacco,
rs. no mark, I box II H goods.
Mi. do lboxmdse,
li". do do
ill. do do
Hi. do V4 brl C. O. salts.
'. A. H., New Madrid, I boimdie.
til. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
b5. H. T. A Son, Keelfoot, 1 box candy,
oti. F. & K., Kanklus Ldg., Min., Ibutt
BT. (ieo V. Craig, care. Gus Fowler, 1
US. Ilouseman, Armon & Co., St. Louis,
10 bdlee cotton sacks.
i)9. no mark. I box b ulng paddles.
Ti'. do 2 butts tobacco.
TI. 3. Sunny Side, I bagcoiree.
do do brl sugar.
T2. M.C. Mcalrv, St. Charles, Ky., I
box siind les.
"3. no mark, 1 brl lamp chironlea.
T4. A. Kahn, Mlllckina Bend, 1 box
T.5. no mark, 1 box sundries.
T'i. S. Navaro, Little Uock, 1 brl glaM
ware. TT. no mark, 2 buckets bar stores.
7s. do 1 box bar stores.
"'.. do do
xii. do do
HI. do do
Ki. do do
M. do do
m. do do
s.v J. S. N., I box bar stores.
S'i. do do
ST. do do
KH- d do
b'J. Butler & naff. Holly Rutreat, Mlss.l
!W. J. H. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
nu. ure cracaers.
01. no mark, 1 bdle wagon rod.
98. do 1 brl glassware.
vi. R. S. Aiken, Evansville, 3 boxes
ill. D D.JayneA Son, Tblla., 1 box
95. McKeowu Jt Fond, 2 hoxes stove fix
tures. !S. Jno. Holderi, Blandvlllo, Ky., 1 box
sua 1 boots.
'.'7. no mark, 10 black valleos.
US. do 1 trunk.
!. .1. B. Bray, 1 trunk,
t o. K..9 plows.
101. Hussel. Bird's Point, 2 plows.
Vfi. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, and
t box gearing.
THE HALLIDAY & PHILLIPS WilARF BOAT
Cairo, III., Aug. 5th, 1S84.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Hnccessorto Widows and Orphans Mutnal Aid So
ciety, organized Juiy 4th, 18TT, under
the laws of 187;!.
JOIltf H. KOBINSON.
WM. STKATi- 'N
J. A. UOLDSTINK....
C. W. DUNMNU
THOMAS LEWIS ,
BOARD OF DIRECTOR fo 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strattou, Stratton Bird, probers, Cairo, 111..
J. A. Goldstlne, ofUoldstlne Rnsenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good; C. W. Oonnlng. M. D.
Pre. Bd. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. II. Kobinson, county
judge ami notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and tnaurance agent; R. U. Balrd, e t
street eupervtsor; M, Phillirs, carptnter and build
eri Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary: K. V.
Pierce, attorney-at-law, DaQuoln III. ( k. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Ban. Ashley, III. ; Albert
Haydeo. cashier of George Connelly A Co.. Bpr ng
Held, III t B. M. Hunn, attoraey-at-law. Its Kaa
dolph street. Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleston. Mo.! B. Lslghton
cashier First National Bank, Stuart. low.