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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: . WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 20, 1884.
I.cjjal Blanks Kent "or Sil
at I hi: I5l'm.f.tin oillce.
Spedul Viirr.Tllty I)ee.ln,
12 lit Claim Deeds.
Id-ill Estate Murt'tc,
Executions, uniiui'iij, Venue,
irti ibliee iliii)kt. &c.
All Answer Wanti'd
Ciii tiny oik; lr i in sense of Kidney
or Liver eniMiliiiiit that Electric Bitters
will n it spi cdily can; We any they can
nut, it tliniisarid-i of cases already j rniH
i t'nily cured and vt 1 1 urc-duly recommend
Electric Hitters, will prove. Hi iht's
'liw , iJ i I ti-K, weak lin:lr any urinary
c "iiid iiiit ( i'u k!y cured, They punty the
Ii'im.I, regulate tut' bowls, and m t direct
ly ii tin- diseased parts. Every leittle yilnr-iinti-i-1.
F.,r siil- at rOu. b ittle ly Iiari-lay
KiieKien's Arniea ImUvc
I '.. - lt.-tt :!alvu in the wcrl'l l'-r t.'uts,
1 .; iii h, Sure.., I'leers, S i!t lil.Mitn, Fever
".in s, Tetter, Chapped ll'itnls, Chllli'.'iiris,
i '.h: .niei it!! SI; in Eru-tin, mul positively
i .i,c h 1'ilcs, J' in ;;n:iri:it'vd t'i :;ive tn-r-ti-ei
iriht'ti'tic'i, hi iMf'iiey ri.f'.liidi'i). Price
..'i rents per Uiv. Fur sale liy llatrlav
A I uwyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
I. A Tawie v, I'.-'i , aleiduiL! attorney
"I WueiM, Minn., writes : At"t r 'i-iiii.' it
t"r ni.re than tlirce year, I t ike yre.it
l-'ea-uro in sit 114 that I regard Dr. Kill!,''
N w Disenv.-ry t 1 r c.'iiMjinpti'iti, a the
in t-t remedy ;n the world nr coughs and
- i N. It ll 1- hi Ver failed to life the llio-t
tVi-ic rol-U I have da I, and iuvariu'i'y r
I,' v s the pain l'i the chest."
Ttial intt.-s nt this stir.; dire, t r all
thr.it and luni; diseu.es may I'" had tiee
a' Itirc'itv I.r-i' diu ft t-. I. '..;
f I ) ' Mi
I' ; oii are failini:; I r k '-ji , won nut fin i
ir nous, u-e "Wi lis' ll 'li'li Il".-A.-r." fl.
's ( 're mi i" tl m is w -I Mi it- w 1 i . r in
i"- I I a- a cue ! -I r i'i'i:,.- . A. I. v, ;!,
'i 1:1k ! n, 1' 1.
.-'!. Eons. M ... Au-u-t :;0, 1 sx:j. I 1, . v ..-1-1I
)oiir I'en.-'r it;n Oil 1:1 11, y fun: y I'"."
tie? 1 i-t .vn i- ir-, and tin I it an tnltiiir
i.-'iiedy f .r rli.'U'ii it i - m, -pra.n.- and to ith
h . he. My luvs Alio a'e v. ry heel .t th.
Nitioiiii! i'Miie, lia t'a'l, -ay they citit.-it
d 1 w.'h u: i Yours t r:;l
(li-.o. '.. IIksm.1 r.
T. I'.r C'ty Tr-u--iry, St. .'.:'..
Ual-Htiirs Kli s:
F.ie-i, r.) lie-, ant-1, I-. !,u.--. nt-, inic-'.
v I'iiers. ehi j.iiiunk-, e ir- I .-a: l.y ' It ''uh
n Kit..." l.jrti
I c 'i;.d circ iy s;".'.ik; it w.is aim ,-t ;n
l .-ili,e to hr.' ithe l!.f u ; li n.y 11 i.triis,
I s 11 V. y's ( r am 15 .'nil a s'e it t.nv thr
it- U'de t-iitin ly d;s ip.-ai' d. .!. O. 'I :e!e.
ii .r, li e M.-reh-iii', K', 7. ibttl-, N. J.
Tii' unhappy r-"i,s wh -tiller IV 'in
iierv. u-;k--s and ;iy-p. 1 -; i. -!i"ii d u-.- Lhr
t. r's Little Nerve PKi-, hi h nr.- 111 1 !
.xir-'Ssy !'-r -'i i-pli -s, t-.v:- ::, di. -p. pt 2
-u;!' ri is. I'riee -o , aii ..'rujL'i-'-.
Veni, Vlli, V.ci I i' une. I m.v, Ie .::
ipnred -is a 1 ip'.i.e t, A!!.n's ll li.-u-l'hysic.
It (pi;ck!y r' i.-v.s (.'on-t:p,ion.
Flits, Sirk II-,i l-.e'he, iV : , -) Ten's. At
ail Druiriii-'s. -i
I! -P r" I Live i;-e I "lie Imm!- t' V. v
( ream Halm I am cured of Caiinli. I
c iiild -eati f ly Biiiel! any thini.', an i li 1 I a
Lea laehe iii''.st of the time. Homy I.iy,
A 't. Am. Ex. C".. (Jran I (liven, M'li.
Advice to Motliers.
Are you disturbed at ni'ht and I ' ken
ol yoiirMTet by ft sick child sur'eriug and
iryinowitli j.nin of tuttim,' teeth't It - .,
r.nd at once and git a bottle nt" Mrs. Win:
low's Soothing Sjiup for Children Teetii
ing. Its value is incalculabh'. It will re
lieve tin; poor little suifer. r immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake abmi! it. It cures d sentery and
diarrhu-a, regulates tile (.tomaeli and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
enemy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teethino
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the ulb'st and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by All drtiouists thronghoiit
tin; world. Friee 2' cents a bottle,
If you are losing your grip on life, tiy
"Wills' Heilth Kenewer." (1 us duvet to
weak spots. !)
To Repair Fainiies
Dear lady, there is probably no us,; ti 11
ing you that fashionabbj life, in a yreat city
is a rough one. on your beauty. L ate hours
loss of Meep and n cntal t xcitenu nt will
leavo you by and by shorn of those beauti
ful trusses wnich drew lovers around you in
other years. Artificial substitutes can nev
er pass for those rich and jrlnssey locks.
Parkei's Hair Halsum will stop your hair
from falling out, restore i's natural color
and softness, an 1 prove cleansing and bene
ficial to the scalp.
Clieap liom '8 in Arkansis an I Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain ami Southern liadway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International hihI
II rent Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
acres of the choiceot farming and grazing
lands in the woilil, ranging in price from
$2.00 to sfllOO ami $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 Arkanrss and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind t.) go anr.
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f.ir 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned Ly
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid fortieketd or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townseno, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Daily Eulletin.
UKHt'lAl. I'AI'KK UK ALEXAMJKIt COL'STV
!'.VriiKKI AT TUB CAIRO lOHT()VPICK POU
fUANDMIHSrOM TII IIO1.0 II THK MAILS AT
BKCOM) ri.AHH HATKH.
After August 5'li to n yuUr mk-ciiljera
who aie not in at rears, Tin-; 15uLi.t riN will
roil 20 CENTS I'EK WEEK,
Faya'ile weekly, r 5 weekh for Oik; Dollar.
No reduction for payinent in advance, but
if subscribers! prefer to pay yeaily or lialf
yeurl) in advinee, they cm do so without
extra ch il e.
Tin; Uli.i.i.tix wi.l contuin ai.i, the lo
cal nt-'AH without fear or favor, and six col
umns of t'.lcijrapli news hours in i 1 -v
.nee of J,e S'. Louis morning pajiers.
".Mrs. Anna E. Saillm!.
Under theabive healint:, Mis. Wiinnns,
tditor of the Woinau'rt Dep'aitmeut in the
Cliicj,") Eipie.-s, publishe- the following
coinmunicatioii written by one f Cairo's
h'.erary l i lies, in the is-ue. of the lG'.h
I)t.U 'i us. Wil.MtNS: When a g-ner-ou-,
un.-eili.-li woman Ins wealth with
w h. eh to cany out her w i.-hes, her influence
f.T j in t in a community is almost incalcu
lable. Cairo lias i-u. li a Woman in tin;
pci.-oii el Mi-. Ai.iia E. Sitl'ir l, who has
jn-t endowed our ci'y with the ''Satl'ord
M-ii.onal Libraiy H i,l liii'." I w;.h I
iniht 'ive jour r.-a iers a .1. 6' ription of it,
but 1 Know how valuable your s.ace i- s
I inn-: forbear. I will -ay, however, tQat
:t is a n..ii;iii'ic..nt stnieture, csr intr from
liite. n to t.ieii'.y t!.ou,ind iiu!lars. It is of
th..- l :eeii A i. jo s'j o: of architecture ami
IlJ.-t tast. t i.lv t;n;-iied thu Uhout. his
i i t'Ai. Mory I, rick, with wide, low,
-t liiii-l-oi i-i wiiidoA-, t.'ira cotta onn-in-i.tit..
! an 1 all mo iern c. nveuioDCes.
A l.iri:e niol.e ciu'ht Itet hiivli at tie: end ot
the li mt tu:l contains tie- bf.; t'..-i rn:.rbie
I u-t "f A. 15. S .IT .r I, dee !, which bust
was made ill Ita.y.
Then: i- no ilnt in the in.-i le of the.
I u i0ji'. b it all the Wo i'i work is iini-hed
! hi p' hiiied .i!. liie r .otus-muieuui, n.ad
j iiio-room, l:b:ary and i'.ct'.re room, are
nie.-:y !u:i, I an l in-iniitul iy .l-C'Tateo
w ;!li pit tur. s and ,-t ,t;; .ry.
I'M the np.-n i:' i,:'.: tie: buieliny was
abl 'with ,!o!,t hn i cr .w led widi .smi!
i; o citizens. Mj-ic, ll ow.-ts and ('Titory
a I it- i the r cb iruis to tin; evening's enter
tainmen'; but by tar tli.; ti 1 1 -1 interestim:
li at'ire w s the nob.e oil! to u.t city, and
the J. w earnest w ids of the one who be--owelit.
She b id t!i" hippy faculty of
saving a bit oii.ht to be said and stopping
wl,e:i sir- vms throi.oj, ; owin in this, us
in all . I r un i ju It'in. nt and jp.od
t.i-te. "1), ei-, in t w .id.-," is a n:n!f very
tl'l'li'ioO.' appij in,' to her.
In a.! t ii- i.xp. nditiirc of m my for our
pie ? h e hi- made h s.s bu-tlu arid noise
tnmi s..ine w.-iii'-n do in buying anew bou
lo ', thus -!i o-.v.n,' a .pi'e' mo b.s'y that is as
rare a.- ComilO'I;d ibh-.
May the tioLh' little wo 111 ill live to erjoy
tiierisu tsot lor o o 1 work, and may she
timl m the hereafter -to which we h!1 l'O
empty ''iar..!e 1 - that tie: results of good
d. e.U K-ar a b untitul ih'etc-t.
One Iipnuliliciin Voice.
Un Mo.vl iy ir-ht 1 i.-t, the Amcriiu;, a
D in .cr itic club o( 1'eoria, held a inciting.
Tin-club co;. tains iiiuinhirof Germans in
its n. i m' t r-hip. ( n Tin sd iy inoniini:. the
Tiai:cript, the morning R-publicari paper
ot IVoiia, s'.i i, among other thing-', f the
Twenty (lei mans filed
into the room ; w el', between the odor of
the un obliterated limhiir 'cr and the smell
from the nasty lard oil l imps worn on the
caps by the members of "d"t leedle Ger
man l and," it was t -o rich for most of the
Republican-, and they retired. A Demo
crat's stomai h has been so 1 ng u-cd to di-oei-tii'g
ci'ow that this ar una to them was
like the bouipiet of new mown hay wafted
on the soft biei zes of an autumnal day, and
they stuck it out."
As might be supposed, the Germau cit
izens of Peoria do not appreciate the hu
mor of the Transcript. Many Republican
(term ins have openly expressed their in
dignation, and have declared that the tick
it supported by the Transcript will lose
three hundred German Republican votes.
'I In; German ucw-piper, Die Sonne, says
this is not the Transcript's first offense and
that it shows the animus of the Republi
cans towards the (ieitintis. It sas: "The
Republican leaders tell us they are very
soiry about it. We don't d uht they are,
but it is not because they are not in sym
pathy with the sentiment, but because they
are afraid of the votes it will cost them."
Like Sonic Hailruads.
A religious denomination iu a town
in Indiana, w hich felt that it must have
a church, called in the services of a
business man to tell them how it could
bo brought about.
"Tho case stands like this," ho be
gan, "there aro twenty of you aud you
can raise $500 among you. You need
at least $:i,000. Organize a stock com
pain, oiler your shares at o ) cents on
tho dollar, and you'll have no trouble
about getting tho money."
"Rut, Mr. Chairman." protested ona
of tho brethren, "what about dividends
on this stock?"
"Dividends! dividends!" echoed tho
chairman; "why, that's un after con
sideration. The first thing is to get
rid of tho stock and get the building
up." H'u 6Vm' Xon.
Tbo Jto";imI t!ie li. rv
A boy about 10 years old, says tho
Detroit t'nx I'mn, who was .slouching;
around thu Rates street end of tho
Central Market suddenly gave a yell,
clasped both hands on his stomach
and began a war dance that soon drew
"I 'spected as much!" .shouted a
woman as she waved her hand towards
tho boy. "Them 'ere boys eat any
thing, from a preen melon down to
peach stones. Serves him ju.st right!"
"I thought he looked kind o' colicky
around tho mouth afore bo tackled
them spiced gooseberries," added a
man who had come iu with a load of
"I don't see how they keep him from
dying, really I don't," put iu a woman
with a cucumber in each hand. "If
there was any way any lawful way
to open that boy and look into his
stomach, you would lind three or four
old bananas, a piece of watermelon, six
or eight green apples, four or livo to
matoes, at least two cucumbers, and a
lot of sour berries."
"Say!" yelled tho boy as ho capered
around. "Somebody gjt tho perlecco
"Oh, it's all very nice to want tho
police and the doctors and tho medical
college ambulance-," sneered a fat man
who had some tomatoes in a basket,
"but w hy didn't you think of theso
"And with the cholera raging in
France and likely to coino over hero
any da !" added a peak-faced woman
who had been buying a lish.
'J he boy laid down aud rolled over
and sat up.
"Well, I don't want to be on the
coroner's jury," said a man whose hair
and whiskers had ju-t been dyed in a
barber shoo near by.
"And I wouldn't see him die for a
$10 bill," added a young man with eye
Just then a policeman pushed his
way into the crowd and asked tho
troubl', and some one replied that the
boy had been seized with tho bilious
'Seized me right here!" whined tho
lad as ho stood up and clasped his
lie had on a shirt torn down tho
front and held by a single pin, and his
pants were held up by a strap. The
otlicer opened his shirt, and a bumble
bee, looking as large as a walnut, crept
out and was brushed to tho ground.
J list below the boy's chest was a red
swelling larger than his list and still
"No colic about that," observed the
otlicer, as lie crushed tho sputtering
bee. Only one person iu tho crowd
had a remark to make, as tho boy lop
ed off. That was the woman with tho
cucumbers. She sort o' shook them
after the retreating figure, and called
"This orter be a great moral lesson
to that boy, but 1 doubt it can't help
but doubt it. If we had any right any
legal right to open him to-morrow
and look into his stomach, we'd won
der why that bumble-bee fooled his
time awav instead of tackling a grindstone."
Of Course Ttioy Did.
A boy went into a Michigan avenue
shoe shop yesterday to havo his boots
patched. Two other boys saw him
there and entered and sat down. On
a shelf in the shop was an old revolv
er. The reader will imagine live minutes
to have elapsed.
The lirst boy looked at the weapon
and grew uneasy.
The second boy wished he owned it
aud began to whistle.
The third boy t ondered if it was
loaded, and made up his mind to see.
The shoemaker w axed his thread and
"I doan' like some poys to come in
here uud fools aroundt mit my tools."
Five minutes more has slipped into
the batik townships of the pastl
The lirst boy has gained live feet on it.
The second boy has ceased to whis
tle and commenced to wink.
The third boy is only a neck behind
"Pecause," continued tho shoemaker
as ho cut out the patch, "It vhas dan
gerous to fool mit tools dot you doan'
The tirst boy has the revolver.
The second will bet him a cent that
he dasn't snap it.
Trte third will raise the bet two to
P.ang! Zip! F.uiT!
liuliut rakes along- the wall and
throws mortar all over shoemaker.
Threo boys stand aud hold three mouths
"Vhel, 1 hopes you feel petter,"
said the shoemaker as ho linished
spanking tho last boy and shot him
through the door. "Dot vash shust
like a poy. If ho sees soma tools
hanging mit der vail ho can't po still
until he kills some poor man dot leaves
his family mit no life insurance to
square oop der rent und go pack to
Shermauy." Detroit Free 1'rcss.
"Rill" Travels, the legitimate suo
cessor of Sam Ward, was hero and told
the Chicago Club somo of his stories.
With him was a friend named RelL
They say that one of Travers' brightest
hits was late at night at an impromptu
sirppcr at the club. In his inimitable
stutter, which it is impossible to trans
fer to paper, ho had told story after
story and kept tho table in a vcritablo
roar for hours. In tho wee sma' hours
Travers arose to go, unheeding tho call
for more. His friend Roll ran after
him and brought him btk. "Thero
was once a sexton of a country church,"
said Travers, "who zealously discharg
ed his duty by ringing the church bell
until every member of the congrega
tion showed up. When he started ho
couldn't stop till nil wero present.
One night ho was accidentally locked
in tho church. Fancy him groping
about iu tho pitchy darkness, suiui
bl;ug over pews, terrified and afraid.
Finally his hand touched tho bell rope,
lie gave it peal after peal. Tho villag
ers, long sinco in bod, were thus called
back, and so am I by this loud, discord
..... ' "" i inur v.lliurill 1 ll 111 1,1,.1'n
mid nU'smliont paMeier aiibiit. Orders for all
u V f .vumw mi... ......... . .;tH tl ... . u. u
Kin. mm nicn.uuu.il juii iirniiniK "Hlicueu. unite
at bowor' Kuroytaii Hotel. No. 13 Olilo levee.
BTA0K3 OP TUB JUVKK.
River marked by the gaugo at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 11 feet 4
inch. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 19, River 2 feet 0
inches and fulling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 19. River 5 feet 5
inches and filling.
Louisville, Aug. 19, River 3 feet 7
inches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 1!). River 1 ft 8 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 19. River 0 foot 8 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 19. River 10 ft 3 inch
es and falling.
MISCI.I J.ANKOIJS ITEMS.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati is due
to-day for Memphis.
The ferry boat Three Stabs "excurts" to
Paducah next Sunday.
The City of St. Louis leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
Ren. F. Egan, an old Cumberland river
mariner, is a pfsscnger on the Vint
Capt. Cole has not gone to the pringsor
anywbeie else. He is still in the city and
will remain here until he leaves.
Don't forget the excursion on the Hud
son. She leaves here to-morrow evening
for Paducah returns Saturday $3.00 for the
The Commonwealth from St. Louis is the
Anchor Line packet due out to-night for
Vicksburg, but owing to the low stage of
water will hardly report here before morn
ing. The Gus Fowler is the never-failing
daily packet from Paducah arriving here
at 2 p. in,, making close connection with
the Illinois Centra! R. R.forjSt. Lcuis, Chi
cago and all points east and west.
Dr. Bradley, one of the indcspensables
of Wharfboat No. 2, and newspaper cor
respondent of various ; r minent western
metropolitan cities, has returned and is
now on duty and will be pleased to see
his fritud; nle) arc legeion.
The City of Cairo has hal remarkable
bad luck on her last trip up. She busted
one of her cylinders some distance below
Cairo and j'i-t before arriving at St. Louis
She ran through the other engine killing; a
stock man and injuring several ethers.
QA pleasant party of belles and beauxs
from Paducah made the round trip on the
Gus Fowler yesterday. The followiug
ladies and gentlemen constituted the party:
Misses Birdie, Clara and Zjc Fowler, Ber
tie Vaughn, Emma Marrow and Lilly
Rieke, of Paducah, and Miss Katie Ellis,
of Suiithland, Ivy., leo Messrs. F. II. and
W. II. Rieke, 9. A. Fowler, W. C. Leech
and E. B. Ashcraft, ot Paducah, and
Clarence Ilinkle, of Evansville. The party
was chaperoned by Misses Lizzie Sanders
and Nannie Harris, of Paducah, they re
turned after having spent a few pleasant
hours in our city. Much pleased with tho
hospitality and attention shown them while
Summary of Meteorological KecorJ of
lesterday Alternoon tor this
Signal Service, L. S. A
Washington, Acocyt 19, 1 SS4 .
Sky generally clear or fair. Barometer
below 30 in the north and northwest. Ther
mometer between 58 and 94. Riin report
ed from Bismarck, .04 of an inch ; St. Paul,
.38;LCrosse, .10; New Orleans, .02.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours ol the day
pven in the diayram below:
70- -0 A.M.
84- -12 M.
Tue Sheriff of Auckland, New Z.aland,
Mr. E Iward L. Green, writes to the Sydney,
N. S. W., Bulletin that he suffered for years
with nn injury to his shoulder, bo that he
could not use his itrmjho tried all reme
dies without benefit, and finally used St.
Sacobs Oil. In ten minutes ho was reliev
ed, and works with saw or spade as well
Rev. II. S. Stevens. 102 Eighth street, N
E. Washington. I). C . writes under date of
February 7th, 1884: "Last summer while
pastor of a church at Cromwell, Conn., I
obtained two bottles of Athlophoros for
trial bv a gentleman who had been subject
to protracted and very severe attacks of
riieumatisrn. lie telia mo tnat mo tiieci
of the medicine has been marvelous. It has
brought him out every time, and now lie
keeps tho articlo on hand, and resorts to its
uso upon any recurring symptoms of his
Wanted Informal ion.
"Man does not conceive tho inagni
tudo of a billion." remarked tho lec
turer; "why, a billion sheets of paper
placed ono on top of another would
make n pile nearly io.dii) miles high."
At this juncture a very solemn look
ing: party with a large Adam's apple,
roso up from tho back seat ami said:
"Yes, but how are you going to pile
And because the lecturer wouldn't
explain the solemn parly sailed majes
tically out the of hail, thumping his
cane angrily nil th" way. liuck in ml
Dio Lewis reaches the c iio'.usion
that consumption is found in every cli
mate. Inhabitants of tin; frozen re
gions aud llio.st: who live under tho
equator die of i on-uinoi ion. As to
the United States, thete i- no iioubt
that N-w England has the largest ratio
of mortality from consumption. But
tho difference is slight.
THE GREAT GERMAN
HellevM and cures
Soreneu, Cull, Bruiiei,
III RXS, SCALDS.
Aud all otliiT bodily aclies
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Drneirtsts and
Diuiers. JJirvcliuiis In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
i9uaMn to 1. Vik.C1.IK a i u )
Jllallliuwrr. Mil., V.h. A.
ST. CLARA ACADEMY
is tna'tiiflcertiy letuatt'd In th pouthern part ol
Wienoii-iii. l'liplln arriving at Dubuque, East Du
biique or (jalena, III . miiy telepliuiie to academy
fur co ivej unce. 1'or further particulars apply for
catalogue. ST. CI.AKA ACADEMY.
Siusinawa .Mounil, (..rant Co., WU-
ST.REfilNA ACADEMY, FIXYOOD,
the inatrniilceDt cut ol ex-dov. wanliDum, Ma.ll
fon. Wis , is a lirani hof bt Clara's aud ollota flue
educational advantages. rJO-.'m.
f'HKSTKH 'M vrar oihis September id. A
Klllltary Cul'.tii;e with I'niversily l'owern DepHrt
nients Ir. I'tvii Enjjiiieeriiiir, l'heniltry lusic8
and KnclUh. C'lrcmars nf rapt . . 1. H lliday
and N. It. Thietlewood, and of Meo-M H. W. Bar
clay, Chiirleii i.alllejier and H. II. CiunilnBham, of
thfscity.orof CUL T1U.U. 11 V A 1 I , Pieealeut.
AUBURN LADIES' INSTITUTE,
For a Limited Number of Boarders.
'185.". Aubnvu, N . Y.
Facilities fur a thorough und accomplii'ticd edu
cation, beautiful Burroundiutjii '. 1,1 ' taLitary up
uointiiieute. and regular carnaae-ridine.
raialeuueH. with Patron Testimonials and I'tf
erenceii from Vi !it"rn Stale", on application to
.MUhTI.MEIi;L. JiKUWXfi, A. M , f rmc'piil.
Moniicello ladies' Seminary,
J oilfrpy, IMail is ii Co.. 111.
One of the oldcet fi hoo's In tho VVe-t. Kepntttlon
as a tirt class school uiiqne ioned. Superior ad
vnntaiti'H for Kngl'ab and Classical Education with
Music. Drawing. I'Hiutuiir aud Modem Lacunae.,
Upeiis Sepiemlier 1-th. t -r catalettiH. apply to
MISS HAKK1ET X. HASKELL. I'i
What Struck an 01l Soldier.
' It will soon be twer ty years since the v ar clos
ed." Under the hot snn of Aien-t, ltsSJ, tho vl.lttce of
Dover. N. J., lay etlll as the aphlnx in Eypt,
while Elijah Sharp, of that place, slowly and aofl
iy spoke of the past. "Yen." be said, "I was In
the army aud saw many of the siitlrs of those
fearful years. I was ll .ally discharged from disa
bility rcultiUi from ninstroks. 1 came bou.e
miserable In health and spirits; so enfeebled that
I touk cold on thesllnhteat exposure. Life seem
ed worthless to me: I lived only In memory "
'That asad tnoueh," I said, dividing my
last two cijjnrs,
"That's so," responded Mr. Sharp, "hut 1 Cut
over It. Onttirewlty Nit exactly. When in that
condition I began taking Hai.kkh's Tonic, und my
lieallh commenced to improve rijjht away. I was
ast.mished at it. and so was my wife. I piled on
the Iksh and could eat anything. My ambition
blazed up I CJiild attend to business, and now
excepting that I have to take care about exposing
misell to :he hot sun -I am as well as I was the
d.iv I enlisted. What ditl'e.ienees there are In
things- tuns and bayonets kill ; 1'aiikek' Tonic
This preparation, which has been known as
Pakkf.k s (iisuKlt Tonic, will bcreafter he called
simply I'aiikek's ToNie. As nnprincipled dealers
are constantly deceiving their customers by nib
siitutlng Inferior arti.es under the mi mo of gin
ger, and as ginger la really an nnimpoi'.aiit niitreu
iint, we drop the misleading word.
T here is no change, however in the preparation
itself, and all the bottles remaining In the hand
of dealers, wrapp.id under the name of Pahkiii'm
tiisi. in Tonic, contain the genuine medicine. If
the fac simile signature of Hiseoi K .v. Co. is at the
bottuiii of the outside wrapper
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 2tlth St., Chicago),
Medical Depiirtment ot
'i'lii J ort liwesterii University.
N. S. DAY If, M. o.,LL. I)., Dean.
The Co legiate year will begin Sept. 23, 1SSI, and
close March 21, lSS.-i, The course of Instruction Is
grftited, Students being divided Into lirst, second
and third year classes, ltiallllcatlons for admis
sion are either a Degree of A. 11. acertill ate ol'a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of instruction Is conspicuously prac
tical, and is applied in the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke's and M ch u l Iteese Hospital", daily at
the bedside of the sick. The Practitioners' Course
will begin the day Hirer the Ami nil Comr.ience
nieut and e nt'i ue f .tir weeks. Pees, In advimc :
Matriculation. I.ViHi; Lectures. $7'.H0i Demonstra
tor, wri.etl. llosp.tals: M. rcv, S'i.im; St. Luke's,
Vim. Laboratory, Svitu; lireakaie, S .oi. Hnal
Examination, $.'i'.n, February 1st. Practitioners'
Course, $10.00. For further Information, a'Ulrcs
WALTER HAY. M. I)., LL. D., Secretary.
715-Jwd '. li State St., Chicago, 111.
The Weekly Bulletin.
UTClubs of TEN for $2.50. sfend names
II i yitSrt2SiiJj I
Public Sale-ol Unclaimed
There will be sold at ynh'lc auction for ate rags
and charges, to Hie highest and bttat biddar, on
Wednesday, the loth day of September. 1884. at ih
wharf boat of I he Ualliday A 1'hl 1 pi Wharf Boat
Co., laying moored ta the public landing on th
Ohio Kiver opposite the foot of Sixth arreet, Cairo.
Illinois, The sale to commence at 11) o'clock, and
continue ontll all are sold or disposed of, unlet
previously called for.
The following lot of goods, ntenslli, Ac., which
have been in store and uncalled for more than
twelve months last past, numbered and marked
as follows viz:
Lot Xo. 1. no mark. 1 box stove pipe, itc.
Jas W Means, lirookiyn, A-k, 1 box
3. ftW, lbrl stovepipe.
4. no mark. 1 scale beam.
5. Klucher Cairo, I box II H good, and
I bedstead, rail and slats.
fi. .1. W. Phillip, 1 box 11 U good.
7. no mark, 1 1 ox lamps, &c.
8. J. W. Davenpoit, Memphil, 1 bd
canvas and show.
9. no mark. 1 box glas.
ll), Ex Str Ylrgle I.ee, 1 drag saw.
II. Agt. , P.ill. Show, Cairo, 1 box
I. ' .lue Armstrong, (Ir etville. 1 brl flour
I I. M . C. Adarus, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark, 1 boi plow point.
15. Peter Hum an, Texarkana, 1 box
11 11., 1 lot Hollow are. t
17.1.1.., wllllatuevllle, o.,l box dry
N. no mark, 1 box frames.
Id. 9. (i. Koberts, Moutlcello, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c lmneys.
JU. M V. Supe, Fort vVorth, Texas, 1
t. rl glassware.
i. Ii., Holly Springs, Mies., lbrl bot
tles. ti. U A C.Milburn, Ky. 1 bale batting.
'.M. iii) mark, ewlng machine
24. Ja. Hell, Ulliu, 111., 1 prnatnei.
i no mark, 4 bdlea.Ci do waibbcardt.)
it. Livingston Jt Co., Iron founders,
Pittsburg, 1 box apple parer.
JT. It A. Kldd, 1 box flasks,
ta. Dan Phelau, Vicksburg, 1 bdl (S
?.. V. H. W.,1 wash stand.
a. Mary Sample, Calvert City, 1 box
II H too e.
ill. Smith Bros Cairo, 1 box H II goods.
M. hiorrell A Hel z, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II 11 goods. .
'11. Wm. iteid, (loose Island, 1 b x kiin.
Hi. T . T.Travis, liig Pond, Ark., I box.
. v. st. uasklil, Cairo, 1 Box II ll
:!l'i Miss Kate Polnlz, Cairo, 1 box.
:I7. Uothchilds &to., CIl., O., 1 box.
'-H. no mark, -i boxes paper pails
i'J ll. I.. Aiken, Evansville, lud., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box II II goods.
41. M. A H., Cliutou, Ky., I box BimrT.
4... M. P., 1 bureau.
II. E. W. 1). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin
ger sn 'Ps.
41. E. W. E., Thompson Ldg. 1 box
43. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
lii. E.W. 1)., Thomrem Ldg., 1 box
47. E. VV. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 tvox
48 E.W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 bott
4.i E. W. V.. Thompson hdg., 't brl
60. E.W. D, Thomjson Ldg, brl
51. E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., 4 brl
H. E.W. D Thompson Ldg., 1 box
brandy peachi s.
51. E. W. I).. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
SI. E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
55. E. w. V., Thompsrn Ldg, Mo., 1
box branflv chcrr'es.
f.ii. E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
57. S. J Simpson, L.ke Charles, Mitt.,
f boxes tobacco,
ts. co mark. 1 box II U good.
5'.i. do 1 box mdse,
(to. do do
ill. do do
I. 2. do brl C. O salts.
i;:. A. it., New Madrid, 1 boz muse.
III. no mark, 1 trunk mdse.
t"r It. T. A Son, Keelfuot, 1 box ca' dy.
i.ti. P. A li ., Kauklna Leg., Mtu., 1 Butt
I'm. lieo W. Craig, care. Gus Fowler, t
l ale mnfe.
U8. Houseman, Armon A Co., Sr. Louis,
In bdlis cotton sacks.
tl9. no mark. I box b uing paddles.
7 . do 2 butts tobacco.
71. 8. Sunny Side, 1 bag coffee.
do do brl sugar.
7-J. M.C. McNalrv, St. Charles, Ky., I
box suud les.
":). no mark, 1 brl lamp clilranlea.
74. A. Kaon, Miilekin bend, 1 box
?.V no mark, 1 bos sundries.
7ii. S. Navaro. Little Hock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, i buckets bar store.
"s. do 1 box bar stores.
7!i. do do
so. do do
SI. do do
('.'. do do
Kl. do do
81. do do
85. J. S. X., 1 box bar stores.
PH. do do
87. do no
88 d i do
s'.i. nutter A Half, Holly Retreat, MUs.l
!i0. J. 11. t'avaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
hex lire crackers.
!H. lei n ark, 1 bdle wagon rods.
!.--'. do 1 brl giasswaru.
t'l. It. S. Aiken, Evansville, 3 boxes
ague med'cl' o.
HI. I) D.JayueA Son, Phila , 1 bex
McKeown & Pond, 2 boxes stove fli
tures. ti''.. Jno. Holden, Iilandvl le, Ky., 1 box
sua 1 boots.
t'7. no mark, Id hi ck valises.
(i8. do 1 trunk.
!W. .1. It. Pra, 1 trunk.
I 0. K . 9 plows.
II 1. Kussel, Bird's Point, 2 plows.
li2. A , Cairo, 1 hox buggy bels. and
1 box gearing.
THK. UALLIDAY A PHILLIPS WHARF-BOAT
Cairo. III., Aug. '.th, ls8.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized Deceiuber, 1883, Uuder tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Atd So
ciety, o-ganlzed Juiy 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 1872.
JOIIX II . KOBIXSOX.....
J. A.UOLolTINK Treasurer
f. W. DO.NXINU Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS roil 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, Station Bird, gro-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (.olds tine, ofUoldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail drv good;C. W. Dunning. M. D.;
Vtvt. Bd. Med Kx., for Tensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Koblnson, county
Judge ana notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance agent; R. II. Balrd, clif
tieet supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thoma Lewis, attorney and secrelarv ; K. V.
Pterce, attorney at law, Dutinoin III. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley. 111. ; Albert
Haydcn. cashier of Oeorge Connelly A Co., 8pr ng
Held, III t B. M Munn. attorney-at-law. 186 Ran
dolph street. Chicago; Hon. Root, A. Batcher, at-tornev-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier First National Bank, Stuart. low.