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1 HE DAILY CAIUO IJULLKTIN: THURSDAY' MORNING AUGUST 21, 1881.
Lrjjal Blanks Kept .?r Sl-,
' at Tiik niM.i.KTiN Mlice.
Kpcciul Wurrunty DwIh,
Ojiit Claim Dim.mIs,
Keul Estate Murtajji',
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Cmiislieo liliinkH. &,r.
An Answer Wanted.
Chii any one lirimj u a cane, of Kilney
or Liver Cdiiipluint tli'it Electric Hitters
will lot Kpi-cdily euro? We S'iy they ('to
not, h." tliousarnU of :isi'H u'lfHily iiennu
ni'iitly cured Hiid w lei nre duly recommend
ing Elect: ic Hitter.;, will prove, lliilit's
diM'ithe, ili ibeti'f, weak I) if P , r any urinary
complaint quickly cuied. '1 In.-y purify tlie
lilo.nl, reuiutc Hie Ijuwi-N, and net direct
ly on the di-teaM-d pirtH. Every lott!e yuar
nntecd. l'.r sale at Me. a ImUN: y li trclay
Muck U'n 's Arnica salve
Tlie Ueht Salve In tlic woriii for Cub,
IJiuiHi-H, Sores, 1'lcern, Suit Kl.cuiii, Fever
Smet,, Tetter, Chapped Hands CliilMnins,
Corn?-, and ail Skin Eruption, and poi'tiwiy
cures IMes. It in guaranteed to yivc per
fect satisfaction, oi'ptoney rtfundeil. Priee
ii" cents per liox. For n!e iy E a relay
A Lawyer's Opinion of lnterot to all.
J. A. Tu.vtiey, E-'j., a leidin attorney
olWiiK.n i, Mum., writes: "After u-i:iij it
for more tlun three year, I take tiriM
p'eauie in siting that I reitfr-l Dr. Kin:,''
Snvr Dincovi ry lor consumption, as thu
best remedy in the world for coughs arid
colds. It lias never failed to cure the llid-t
severe colds I have had, an 1 invariably re
lieves the pain n the che-t."
Trial botths of this sure cure for all
throat and lunej diseases may he- had free
at Harcltty linn' diu' ft'.re. Lire. size,
1.00 ' ' 111
If You Do!
If oU want to e anything,
If you want to hiiy ar:vt!i:iiLr,
li'yo'j want to inereHx" your t 1 1 -: n - -,
If you w nit to hire anyone,
1 !' j ou want a situation.
If you have a lem-e to rent,
I f you want to rent a hou.-e,
A dv. tti.-e in Ti:i: C.vnio En i.i-.iin.
The of!r:e he, 1 l,y tlej Kidn.-ji is one of
va.-t impottar.ee. They net as nanre's
sluietw iy to ( '.try -fi" the i'ra liui i"
from the !ein an i with tie in tie: impur
ities, leiih th; that are taken in'o t.'-e
s'otuv h, i. mi tho-e that are formed in th
lilooil. Any ce'u'inj' or iii.!i:i i t!ee
or-a:;s is tie ref.'p v. ry imp ri
ant. K di.evW'oit is Ntt:r-' t lVi-U t.t a-
si-tmt in kei-pi:
well arel keep v.
J tile k.driey;. 111 eo.i.l
s'rentl.e:):i: them and
:ie(: in. It V"ti would -t
II. take Ki illeV-W'Tt.
Sjlltllefll Kxp'I'itiotl. LnilNvillP. Ky..
Aiijint lOtli to Odober 2.1th.
The Illinois Central It. IS. t'ck"ti to
Lou -v.ile and reurn Moadty unll'ii--(iv
of eacli week, at $10. M. Tickets'
Co el t return on t.v.nty iltys fr. 'n dMe of
sale. Two dii'y tr liiis leaving Cin2:lj
n. ui an 1 !:") p. in. A It. 11 v.N"N',
i;.v ti :!i. A-t.
'l'h n- p I'las'ers hvc a won !erfu! sale,
and why? I!eciu-e they rnre letekaehe,
still" joints, pain in the side and all soreness
in any part, people appreciate thun. Any
drUi'L'is', '-'" cts.
A Fair oiler.
The Voltaic Kelt Co., M irsliail, Mirli.
oiler to .m l lr. ),.' Voltaic livit and
Applicant es on trial, tor thirty days, to
lll.Tl, old or yetlllu', litllleteit with !!( r'oi;s
mdiilify, lost vitality and km Ired trouhies.
See advertisement in this piper. 2
l-if Decorative art. Explicit direction
for every ue are riven with the Diamond
Dyes. For dyeing nio,ses. griist"-?, t-il'S
Ivory, hair, "&.C.. 10c. Drumrists keep
theiii. Wells, ISichards m fc Co., I'.urlin--ton,
Cheap lionicsj in Ai-kiinst and Texas
Aloni,' the lire of the St. Louis, lion
Mountain ami Southern lSi lw.ay, Texas and
Pciti'. Railway and International and
Great Northern Kailroad, are thousands of
acies of toe choicest farmim and "razinu
lands in the world, ran'in' in price from
if-.'.OO to f!100 and fl.UO per acre, in a
healthy country, with climtte 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 ISS'J, and makeup your mind to o am',
see for yourself when you learn .that the crop
far 1883 if no per cent larger than that of
lS'.'. To those purchasing land owned hy
the Company, and paying; one-fourth, one
half, or all caMi, a proportionate rehnte is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets' or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowssEM), Gen'l Pass. Ai;t.
St. Lotii. Mo.
The Retfiilar Cairo Padtuali Daily
aisi GUS FOWLER
IIKNKY K. TAYLOR. Master.
UEOUUE JOllIiS. Clerk.
l ive l'ldncali forftilro ilally (Sundajra exi-opt-I'd)
at 8 a. m ., and Mmind Cltv at 1p.m. Hctiirc
Iuk, luavet Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mouml Cltv at 5 p.m
CAIRO ST All LAUNDUV
I would respect fully aiinounro to tho citizens of
Cairo, tha' 1 hiive opened and nm currying on a
Hatches laundry m the rear or Winter's Mock,
on Seventh Street, where I am propsred to do nil
kinds of work in niv linu In a ninerior and work
manship stvlo, defvlnjj competition and at
reasor.anlo flirures. Ail work guaranteed, and
prompt payment if any Hf,;,l.?',;.,,.vtIV
N. It KntruncD to laundry, thronuh tho private'
entrancu to tho Winter's Hlock. WUn
S350.00 I'EK MONTH!
'r"v,uv SAI.AUY AND COMMISSION
to competent hnslncss m inuirer for this rlly (or
StatJ) Aitency. HOI'ONSIKLK COMPANY, Ims
Iries p'acticalW a monopoly, rivalling the Tele
phone. . CASH liUOJ'IkKD for fl.noil
SAMPLE OlTFIT ST Al'Lh (iOODS. Nobolids.
No i'nrllculara address, with references.
2 i East 11th St., Sew York City.
The Daily Bulletin,
itl'l K'lAl, I'AI'KIt OF Al.i:.ANI)i:it t'OL'NTV
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I'll SSM ISSIOM TIIKoUUlI TUB MAILS AT
tiKCONI) CLASS IIATLS.
After August 5th to regular buhcrihers
who are not in arrears, Tiik Bllletix will
FOR UO CENTS PE1S WEEIC,
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No reduction for payment in udvance, hut
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in lelvance, they tali do so w ithout
Tin: Eli.li.tin will contain all the lo
cal news without fearer favor, arid six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance id' ll. e S'. Louis morning papers.
Mr. Pat Fitzgerald is having his brick
business, housf s, on Commercial Avenue
and Fourteenth Street, painted up. Mr.
li. F. Blike has the contract.
Messrs. Shelton A Callet have carpen
ters ui.d decon'ors ;t work in tleur theatre,
making chanoes and improvement.s, pre
paratory to the opening on the ti 1 of next
Mr. I'. P. Fart in, of the Novelty Iron
S'ore Company, has been in Union City,
Tenn.. for several days, trying to buy out
the stock of one of the l ',r;e wood wotking
i .-f .iblhment-; there.
Mr. Henry Hun liack- r 'u now express
net.t on the Waha-li roa 1. He b'ld been
f r a con.-; iera'de time h.ildiiitr, the same
po.-ition on tie
change was in a
St. L' uis A
The ordinance making the tax levy f,r
t'i';s year, f..r forp rate purpoies, p'issed by
the City Council yc-tcrhy afternoon, tine's
the amount t i be raised by taxation at an
ev. n f.i'1,000, which is just 11, 000 less
t'l u: the am 'U':t 'h vi-.-d an 1 co'.lec'e 1 for
la-t y ear.
v. M .tht r Cot.s'antia w ho has been
"iiH-iior in cl.areo: of il.e L iretto Academy
in V.v city for the
t'." noon train y-'
a--uL'ie control of
ao years, left on
,y f' r St. Louis, to
Lore'.'.o Aca leinv on
I'ine Street in th it city.
Mr. J::o. K. Hall, repre'entins the
C '-im.i-sion ti r in of M. A. Holders Co.,
of New Oileat ?', came down from Dixon
Spring-ye'trrdiy f r his mail. He had
been at the Hj'tir.- a week, and became so
infatuated with with with the water
and the fare th"e that he has concluded to
ejo back and stay another week.
The ne .jro wh ) robbed an uns"phisti
cate I c untry 1 el of ..'0 on Cedar street
Moud iy, wa- yesteriay brought before JiiE
tice l!obiii-on f,,r preliminary examination
and wag held to bail in the sum of H0O.
Ili? victim was still out of siirhf, but the
t'tiuiony of Mr S.hetie! 1 who, from her
re-idence, saw the nero commit the rob
bery, the nlminil wh held.
One of the !"tce of men employed on
the wires of the Ciltimore & Ohio Tele
graph Company was overcome with heat
while at work on the wires on Ohio levee
near Fourth street, yesterday about 1
o'clock. He was taken to the company's
otlice in the Texas and St. Louis railroad
ollicc buildinr,', and from thence went to
St. Man's Infitniry for medical care.
Ye?t..iday mornino; a quantity of silver
ware was urn arthed by a nero named
Jackson, employed with a :w of men in
loading the Wabi-li dirt train, nt the point
below the city. There was a molasses and
a water pitcher, a vase, napkin rintr, butter
dish, several cups, spoons, forks and knives
and the ba.-e of a castor. Some of tho ar
ticles were marked with the initial "A. M.
O." They were not encased in any way,
and seemed to have been but recently bur
ied. The supposition is that a burglar left
them there. Jackson took the things to
his home on Twentieth street.
Newspaper publishers should not
earn money by printing the advertise
ments of robbers tind rascals. There is
very little in it anyway, for the net cost of
decency has been greatly reduced of late.
"Would you like to win the affections of
some sweet darling?'' asks the latest villian
in bold type. Then send your 25 cents
and he will make you as great a mind
reader ns he is himself. Tho editor lays
the blame on the counting room for circu
lating these pestilent ideas, and the count
ing room claims that it has not time to
read all the advertisements which come in
its mails. Between the two the crime is
committed but is cheap and pusilaui
mous. Tuesday a man applied to Chief Rear
don to be arrested for a theft that he had
committed in Decatur, 111. lie gave his
name as Jos. West, and said that while in
Decatur eomo days ago ho had robbed a
companion of his money, by cutting this
pocket from hia pants while they were oc
cupying tho RHtnc room in a boarding
houso there, his victim being asleep. West
said his conscience troubled him so that ho
had no rest, cither by day or'by night, and
he believed the only euro for him was to
give himself up to the authorities and bear
the piiiiUhriHut inflicted upon him by law.
Col. Koardon Bent the man to the city
jail and notified the Decatur oflicers of the
casebut he had received no reply last ev
erring. The petition of the school board to tho
city council, a-king that Thirteenth and
Walnut streets, so far as they abut tho pub
lic school property, bo filled up to Wash
ington avenue grade, was favorably report
ed upon by the .street committee in its re
port to the city council yesterday afternoon.
The commitee recommended that Walnut
street be filled from Tenth to Fifteenth
street, and Thirleenth from the ridge oppo
site Dr. Smith'ij residence clear out to high
ground west of Walnut street. The
committee also rtc .intiKiidtd that a plank
walk be laid along the south side of Sixth
street, from Washington avenue to Walnut
street. The Council adopted the report and
concurred in the recommendations.
Characteristic of the liival Candidates
tor the Presidency ContractPd Rec
ord Shows who has been the best
Friend of the lVople and the Most
Valiant Defender of their Rights
Testimonials tlxit Speak Louder than
During the past three years our country
has been insulted on several occasions by
England. Our citizens have been arrested
in Ireland and cat ir.to prison without
trial or even a formal examination of any
kind. Our government has been appealed
to by the; aggrieved parties and their
friends, but to no purpose. The arrested
persons were detained ia prison as long as
the English officials saw fit. When it was
convenient for John Bull, the insulted and
wronged citizens in Engli-h prisons were
set at liberty without even an apology.
Our government did not have the spirit and
firmness to resent this glaring insult to the
The man n.o.-t to blame for this spirit
less inactivity of cur government was
James G. Blaine, who wis Secretary of
State when the fir.it arrest was made in
Ireland of our citizens without warrant or
lejral ciue, He mpinely allowed the in
sult, and instructed his mouthpiece in Lon
don, Minister Lowell, not to interfere in be
half of the citizens of the United States.
His mstiuctions have since been followei
out by the pr.-setit Secretriy of State.
Mr. Blame appears to have almost mam
feste l an aversion to the interests of Irish
men or Irish-Americans. When he was
Secretary of Statu a lasge demonstration
was held in Baltinure to protest against
the despotic course the English govern
ment had taken against our citizens, he was
invited to be present, but he did not
deign to even send a reply or a letter of re
irret to the honorable committee that invit
e l him. At this meeting the late Judge
Black and other distinguished orators and
s'atesmen were present and severely de
nounced England and sharply criticised the
un-American course James G. Blaine as
Secretary was then pursuing. Blaine was
then posing himself to gain favor with the
aristocracy ot England, insteid of protect
ing the rights of our citizens. He was un
able to answer the charges made against
him that evening and telegraphed through
out the country. James G. Blaine never
attended a meeting called to assist the Ir
ish in their struggle for freedom and never
assisted them in any way tJ conquer their
inveterate enemy Old England.
Grovcr Cleveland's record, though not as
long or as brilliant in national affairs, is
much more in harmony with our people.
He has always been foremost in any dem
onstration or movement tending to lilt up
our people or to assist them in their strug
gles. In the spring of 188J, when Mayor
of ButTdlo, he was asked to preside at a
public meeting called to take action nn the
case of the Irish-Americans then imprison
ed in Ireland. On taking tho chair he said
that he considered it an honor as well as a
duty to preside, and t tier, after pointing
out that the naturalized and native bom
citizens had the same right to protection
from the government at Washington, he
laid down the following principles:
"It needed not the statute which is now
the law of the land, declaring that 'all nat
uralized citizens while in foreign lands are
entitled to and shall receive from this gov
ernment the same protection of person and
property which is accorded to native born
citizens,' to voice the policy of our Nation.
In all lands whero tho semblance of liberty
is preserved, right of a person arrested to a
speedy accusation and trial is, or ought to
be, a fundamental law, a3 it is a rule of
civilization. At any rate, we hold it to be
so, and this is one of the rights which we
undertake to guarantee to any native born
or naturalized citizen of ours, whether im
prisoned by tho Czar of Russia nr under the
pretext of a law ndministcrcd. for the
benefit of the landed aristocracy of Eng
land. We do not claim to mako laws for
other countries, but we do insist that what
soever those laws may be, they shall, in the
interest of human freedom and the rights of
mankind as far as they involve the liber
ty of our citizens, be speedily administered.
VVe have a right to pay and do say that
mere suspicion without examination or
trial is not sufficient to justify tho long im
prisonment of a citizen of America. Oth
er Nations may permit their citizens to bo
thus imprisoned. Oura wu not. Ami this
in effect has been solemnly declared by
Australia's champion oarsman, Mr. Ed
ward Trickctt, says that he was cured of se
vere pains in tho back by St. Jacobs Oil,
tho wonderful pain reliever, and that in all
the athletic training, for aches, pains and
strained muscles, it lias no equal.
W. P. ;.AMiitiiM, river editor o! i'ii lici.i.KTiN
and steamboat phmchcit aitut. Order for all
klndsof slPBintioat ji,ti prliitini; solicited. Olllce
ut Mower's European Hotel. No. 73 Ohio luvee.
i'l'AO ES (,K TUB KIVKK.
River marked by tho gaugo at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet 11
inch. Full during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 5 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 20. River 2 feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. River 5 feet 1
inches and filling.
Louisville, Aug. 20. River 3 fect "
inches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 20. River 1 ft C inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 20. River 0 foot 7 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 20. River 10 ft 1 inch
MlSc KLI.ANF.0US ITEMS.
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. Lcuis, Chi
cago and ull points east and west.
The Hudson will arrive here at 8 o'clock
this evening. Remember the excursion to
Paducah and return only f 3 for the jound
trip, iucluding meals and room while in
port at Paducah.
Get your excursion tickets for tho Hud
son this evening. W. F. Lambdin, passen
ger agent, will furnish them.
The Annie P. Silver, from St. Louis, left
here for Ntw Orleans early yesterday
The Vint Shinkle, from Cincinnati, will
pass down for Memphis this morning.
The City of Helena, from Vicksburg,
passed up last night for St. Louis.
The bottom of the Ohio is trying to get
Summary of Meteorological KceorJ of
Yesterday Al'P.'rnoim for tins
"Washington, Aiy.ct 19,188-1. 1
Sky spotted. Rarometer below oO in the
north and northwest, llain reported from
Omaha, .11 of an inch; Leavenworth, .12;
Lacrosse, S'l; Dubuque, .11; Keokuk, .02;
Shreveport, .(W; Vicksburg, .02. Therm
ometer ranged between CI and 00.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the diiTereut hours ol the day
civen in the diagram below
T.j j i-CA.M.
no-! j 12 jr.
The September number of lliuper's
Jlag&zine promises to be in itself quite a
tour of Europe. Jlr. llideing will de
scribe "A Hun Ashore at Queenhtown,"' in
cluding Blarney Castle and Killarney, with
muny illustrations; passing onto London,
there will be more of ltev. Trendwell Wal
den's account of "The Great Hall of Wil
liam Kufus," with its portraits of the early
kings and queens; crossing to France, Jliss
Humphrey's pen and Jlr. Heinhart'e pencil
will describe the life at the French sea-side
resort, Trouville; and, finally, the aitist
Boughton will stroll farther in Holland.
At home, Jlr. Ernest Insjersoll will describe
the "Wheat-fields of the Columbia," with
illustrations by Redwood; and a paper by
J. G. Pyle, with illustrative diagrams, will
explain "The Reservoir System" now under
construction to equalize the supply of water
in the Jlississippi. There will be sketches,
with line portraits, of George Fuller by
Frank D. Jlillet, and of Charles Reade by
Robert Buchanan, the frontispiece of the
number being a reproduction of one of
Fuller's paintings. Further instalments ot
Roe's "Nature's Serial Story," with Gib
son's and Dielman's illustrations; of Black's
"Judith Shakespeare;" of William Sharp's
"Transcripts from Nature," with Alfred
Parson's illustrations; short stories by "A
Working Girl" and Rose Terry Cooke; a
one-act comedy, "A Cloud on the Honey
moon," by Julian JIngnus; and a number
of poems, by Will Carieton and othors, will
fill out, with the editorial departments, a
Rheumatism is clearly a species of blood
posioning; that is, the blood of the victim
is impregnated by unhealthy and unob
struetive acids that penetrate the entire
system, and give rise to those racking
pains that render life a burden. The rea
son that Athlophoros invariably proves
efficacious in dealing with this disease is
that it fit once attacks the cause. It enters
tho life current and its action drives out
the posionous humors that have impaired
the circulation, deprived the muscles of
their natural functions, and so stiffened tho
joints as to make them woro than useless
to the unhappy victim of rheumatism.
St. Lours, JIo., August 30, 1883. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
tho last two years, and find it an unfailirg
remedy for rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who are very fond of tho
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly,
Geo. E. Bennett,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
ILLINOIS CONEMTOU OF MUSIC,
Efpjohsli.d In l-Ci. A Colleen coariiof ftudy
liijl'miiii. Oriruii, Miurliij; and Orehtral Inmrii
ineiilH. Liiiiioini-e. Art and Klorutlon. AddriiHd
.1. s. li.Utl.oW, MindrHl Director.
Ten liiMrticlorn. Two hundred and fl ft y flva
Htader.ts (ant yea-. Honk keeping, (i riinin, 1'cn
manrhip niel Kloonticm uiihoul extra chare.
Cla'olrftl, Scieinule. Normal and Huitieii Cnurm-n.
Kail term hetinn Sept. 'J: Witter term Dec. II:
Sprlni; term March 17. The nee ol tobacco and
inlox l alini; ll( Horn, and atteiidancu ou secret o
rletiea me forMddeii, For reglrter and further In
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Fumi'l.e tuition in llliunlt Con nerval, ry on all
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middle-sard and old. ltcontains i' prescriptions
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which Is Invaluable. So loucd by the Author,
whose experience tor 11 yearsis such us probably
never befere fell to the lot of any physician, lint)
Dii!:es. bound In heantiful Trench muslin, umbos
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Illustrative satnile 11 cents. Send now. Gold
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This book should be rend hy the young lor In
struction, and by the afflicted furreliel. It will
benerit all. London Lancet.
There is no member ol society to whom this
hook will not be useful, whether youth, parent
guardian. Instructor or clrrgvman. Argonaut.
Address thu 1'euboily Medical Institute, or l)r
W. 11. I'arkor, No. 4 liultluch Street, lioston.
Mass., who tnnv be consulted on all diseases re
'Hiring skill and cxperlrneo. Chronic and olistl
mile diseases that have Imtlled TTI I the
skill of nil other physicians a 111 J 1 Lj spe
cialty. Such treated sue- rp I Arot i 11
crssfully witliont an inst- 111 1 Oljlil
anceu! failure. Mention this paper.
BEFORE V-AND -YAFTER
Electric Appliance art sent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
TIT" Ho iro auiTertny from Ninvorft PRim.iTT,
y L"ST VITALITT, LACK Of NlIHl Fnfti'K AND
Iiit-R, WABTINO WRaKMBSPKM, nil (lull th(iV (1191'tt.Sl'B
tif a I'KitoNAL Nati ri rrsulflntf from Ahi'iks and
t'THRH (.'At'sK. HpM-iiy relief an l cunipk'ty rtu
rttiunof iiKAf.TH.Vmonand uamiioouUi arantkeik
i hf rnin'l't ilim-ovory of th Nin'ttfiith CVntury.
Snl ut uik-u fur HiustmtcJ Pamphlet trw. AtMreu
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHAL!, MICH.
CHICAGO 3IEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner 1'riurie Avorine ami ','fUh St., Chicago),
M'lip:il I)eiirtmeut ot
The Xort liwcstern TJni vornity.
N. 8. DAVls, M. o .LL. 1)., Dean.
The Co Ifgiftte year wlUhelii Sept. tf:l, issl, and
Clou March JI.IM. Tho course of Instruction Is
(trailed. Students buing divided Into llrst, second
and third your clHsses. ualiflcations for admis
sion are eltlier a Deirreo of A. H.. acertill ate of a
reputahle aendemy. or a preliminary examination.
1 he method of Instruction Is conspicuously prac
tical, and is applied in the Wards of thu Mercy,
St. Luke's and M'chacl Heese Hospitals, dnllv at
tho hfdsid" of the sick. Thii'l'taciitlon-rs' Course
will In cl n the day aftur the Annual Commence
ment and C ut'i ue four weeks. Fees, In advance;
Matriculation, $.'.nti; l.i'ciiirrs,f?'.i.ij Deinonslra
lor. S.'i.oO. Hospitals: Mercy, tw.im: St. Luke's,
".). Laboratory, (lo: Ilrcakae, S'.iki. Kinai
Ksamlnatlon, J io.io, 1'Vlirnary 1st. I'ractitloners'
Course. $ni,oo. For further Information, a Idrcss
WALTEK HA V, M. I)., LL. I)., Secrctarv.
TlS-lwd i'43 Statu St., Chicago, 111.
The Weekly Bulletin.
f-Clubs of TEN for $2.50. ifend names
and money. .
L dr. f m, f
f bqdreY and -After i
Public Sale ol Unclaimed
There will ho fold at yab'Ac auction for storage
and charge, to the highest ind beat bidder, on
Wednesday, tha IntU day of September. 1H84, t iba
wharf boat of I he Ilalliday & J'hl lipi Wbarf Boat
Co., laying moored ta the public landing on tha
Ohio Hiver opposite the fool of Sixth trreet, Cairo.
Illinois, The sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
continuo until all are fold or disposed of, union
previously called for.
The following lot of goodf, ntenf Us, 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, 4c.
Jas W Mfans, Brooklyn, Ark, 1 box
3. P 4 W. 1 hrl stove pipe.
4. no mark. 1 scalo heam.
5. Flucher Cairo, 1 box II H goods, and
' 1 bedstead, rails and slats.
P.. .1. W. Phillips, 1 box II U goods.
7, no mark, I r-ox lamps, ,tc.
. J. W. Davenpoit, Memphis, t bd'
canvass and show,
'i. no mark. 1 box glass.
ID. Ex Str Virgle Lee, 1 drag saw.
II. Agt. M. P. 4 II. Show, Cairo, I box
13. Joe Armstrong, Or enville. 1 brl Hour
1;). .M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
no mark, 1 box plow points.
1'etur Human, Texarkana, 1 box
II., 1 lot Ilollownre.
I.L., Williamsvllle, o.,l box dry
IS. no mark, 1 bo framos.
19. S. O. Koberts, Mouticcllo, Ark., 1 brl
Saoe. Fort vV'orth. Texas. 1
v!l. U Holly Sprinirs, Miss., I hrl bot
tles. ' U A C, Milburn, Ky..l bale batting.
t!:t. no mark, tewing machine
21. Jas. bell. Ulllu, III., Iprbames.
i no mark, 4 bdles.l'J dot wanhboards.)
i'ii. I.lviuirsion ,t Co., Iron founders,
I'lttshnre, 1 box apple oarers.
JT. It. A. Kldd.l box flasks.
4. Dan I'helan, Vicksburg, 1 bdla (3
2!). C. H. W.,1 wash stand.
;. Mary Sample, Calyert City, 1 box
II II yooils.
Smith Hros Cairo, I box II II goods.
Siorrell & Ileiiz, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II II goods.
Win iteid, (loose Island, I box gun.
T. T.Travis, Big I'ond, Ark., 1 hex.
W. S. Uasklll, Cairo, 1 box II II
W. Miss Kate Point, Cairo, 1 box.
:tT. Kothchllds &io., Clt., O., 1 box.
no mark, 2 boxes paper pails
K. L. Aiken, Kvausville, Ind., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box II n goods.
41. M A. H., Clinton, Ky., 1 box snuff.
4.'. M. P., 1 bureau.
II. K. V. I). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin
ger sn 'Ps.
E. W. E.
E. W. U.,
lliompsou I.dg, 1 box
Thompson Ldg., 1 box
I. K. W. I)., Thompson Ldg.,
4S E. W. U..
4'i E. W. D..
Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
Thompson Ldg., ' brl
ft). K. W. D., Thomtson
Ldg , 4 brl
M. E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., H brl
r.J. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
5;l. E. V. 1).. Thompson Ldg,, SIo., 1
54. E. W. I)., Tuompeon Ldg., Mo., 1
fi5. E. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg , Mo., 1
box braudy cherries.
E. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
IT. S. J. Simpson, Luke Charles, Miss.,
Ti boxes tobacco,
rs. no mark. 1 box H H goods.
f) i. do 1 box mdse,
tin. do tio
til. do do
IU. do '4 brl C. O. salts.
t;:l. A. H., New Madrid, 1 hoz ludie.
lit. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
f.5. It. T. ,ttlon, Heelfuot, 1 box ca- dy.
i'.. I. & 15., Kauklns Ldg., Min., 1 butt
liT. (leo V. Craig, care. Gus Fowler, 1
I ale mdse.
08. Ilousemau, Armon Jt Co.. St. Louis
In bdles cotton sacks,
lit), no murk. 1 box b uing paddies.
7.:. do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunny Side, I bag coffee.
do do J.j brl sugar.
r:. .M.C. McNalrv, St. Charles, Ky.. I
box sund ies.
7:1. no mark, 1 brl lamp chimnica.
7). A. Rutin, Milleklnt Bend, 1 box
"V no mark, 1 box sundries.
7ii. S. Navaro, Little Hock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, 5 buckets bar stores.
7H. do 1 box bar stores.
7'.. do do
no. do do
si. do do
M. do do
XI. do do
M. do do
W. J. S. M., 1 box bar Btores.
h'i. (lo do
H7. do do
m. d) do
S'.i. Puller & Haft", Holly Ketreat, Miss.t
J. II. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box Are crackers.
111. no mark, 1 bdle wagon rods.
'.ri. do 1 brl glassware.
i:i. H. S. Aiken, Evansvtlle, 3 boxes
ill. I) D .Iayne Son, Phila., 1 box
9.1. McKeowu & Pond, 2 boxes stovo fit
lures. (si. Jno Holden, Blandvllle, Ky 1 box
'.'7 no mark, 1U black valises.
98. do I trunk.
W. ,T. It. Frav, 1 truuk.
1 0. K.,9 plows.
101. Hussel, Hird's Point, 2 plows,
l'rj. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds. ind
1 box gearing
TIIK IIALLIDAY & PHILLIPS WUARF POAT
Cairo, III., Aug. rth, 1S84.
T H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 187a. (
JOHN H. P.OMNSON M President
WM. STKATlVN Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A. GOLUSTINK Treasurer
C. W. DUNNIMl Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Wni. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, growers, Calm, 111.,
J. A. (iotdsttne, oftioldstlne A Itosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. V. Dunning. M. I).;
Pres. ltd. Med. Ex., for Tensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. liobinson, county
Judge and notary public; Wu. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; B. H. Balrd, cut
street supervisor; M. PhillifS. carp nter and oulld
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretarv; K. V.
Plorce, attorney at law. nuQooin III . ; fc. C. Paca
cashier of Centennial Ban. Ashler. III.; Albort
Hayden. cashier of Oeorg Connelly A Co., Spring
Acid. Ill B. M. Munn, attornsy-at-law, 164 Kan
dolph street, Chicago: Hoo. Bpbt. A. Hatckor, at.
,wn.t.lw. Charleston, Mo.: H. Letchtoa
J cashier first National Bank, Stuart.