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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 21, 1884.
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A Lawyer's Opinion of interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Eij., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After u-ing it
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p'easure in sating that I regard Dr. Kind's
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colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat ami lung disi-aies may be had free
at Barclay Bros' drug store. Lar,"; size,
If you are failing; broken, worn out and
nervous, u3e "Wells' Health It-newer." f 1.
Ely's Cream Bihn is worth its weight in
gold as a cure for catarrh. 3. A. Lovell,
St. Locis, M ., August HO, 1S1. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
the last two years, and find it an unfailing
remedy for rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who are very fond of the
National game, bane ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly,
Geo. E. Bennett,
Teller Cty Treasury, St. Louis.
Flies, roaches, ants, beddjug', rats, mice,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Bough
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I could scarcely speak; it was almot im
possible to breathe through my nostrils.
Using Ely's Cream B ilm a short time the
trouble entirely disapcared. .1. O. Tiche
nor, Shoe Merchant, Eliztbeth, N. J.
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Before I have used one bottle of Ely's
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If you are losing your grip on life, try
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weak Bpots. (3)
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Bad way, 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 $1100 and $1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
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 ticket? or freight
over the Companies lines.
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OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF AI.BXANDKIt COUNTY
KNIKllKIJ AT Tim CAIUO POBTOKKICK KOU
1 UANSMIbSION Til K'lUUIl THE MAILS AT
8KCONI) CI.AB8 HATES.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. Thomas Clark, wife of Cocductor
Clark, of the M. & O. R. R , died last
Thursday afternoon, Aug. Stat, at the resi
dence of her father at Jordan Station on
that road. Mr and Mrs. Clark were only
married a few months and have resided in
Cairo since, on Washington Avenue near
10th street.waitingtoget possession of their
house bought of Capt. Keiser when his fam
ily left Cairo. Mrs. Clark was a most esti
mable lady and her death will be a sur
prise and sorrow to her many friends hero.
Two years ago the Irish World which
now flies the tattooed flag of the man from
Maine, for value received, put forth this in-
qniry : "Does Blame tor a moment suppose
that American citizens with Irish blood in
thier veins, will 'orget that wheu he was sec
retary of sa!e he allowed American citizens
residing in Ireland to be arrested and im
risoned on suspicion without his calling
the Biitish government to account for this
violation of internal law, as he was in duty
bound to do." It is not at all probable that
the World will be able to influence any
considerable number of Irish American vo
ters to support for the presidency the man
againiit whom its indignation was so thor
oughly and justly aroused.
The Germans of this their adopted
country, who of late years have been sorely
vexed and annoyed by sumptuary and vex
atious laws passed by the R"publicau
party, will hail with delight the following
opinion upon that subject by G rover Cleve
land, the Democratic candidate: "In a
free country the curtailment of the absolute
rights of the individual should only be
euch as is essential to the peace and good
order of the community. The limit be
tween the proper subjects of governmental
control and those which can be more tit-
tingly left to the moral sense and self-iin-
ied restraint of the citizens should be
carefully kept in view. Thus laws un- (
necessarily inti rfering with the habits and
customs of any of our people, which are
not (ilfeiisive to t lie moral sentiments of the
civiiled worll, and which are consistent
with good citizenship and the public wel
fare, are unwise and vexatious."
In his annual report on the work done
on the Ohio river during the last year, Col.
Merrill, of the corps of engineers, asks- fr
$1,000,000 tor the improvement of the
Louisville harb.tr and canal. The amount
available for this purpose is $019,032. In
conclusion he makes this reference to the
commerce of the Ohio: "During the last
tiscal year the coal shipment alone from
Pituburg amounted to 60, 030,000 bushels.
The approved projett for work during the
c.ming season contemplates the completion
of Davis island dam, near Pittsburg, of the
dike at the head of the Indiana chute,
Fails of the Ohio. The following Dew
works are to be let by contract: Merriman,
low dike; Black's island, rebuilding old
dam; Wheeling island, dam; Captula, re
building old dam ; Fish Creek island, re
building old dam; Three Brothers, rel mill
ing old dam; Sand Creek, dike; Nine
Mile, dike; Modoc, new dike and removal
efold dike; Flint island, dike; Grand
Chain, a third dike."
The Johnson County Journal, poor
soul, is quite sure that Judge Bross did
sell liquor "to men who were full of whis
ky, men who are in the habit of getting
lull, and to minors" in Yieona. It says it
has proof of this and intimates that this
proof consists in the fact that persons of
the discription above given uot whisky
and drank it. The Bulletin's suggestion,
that if such persons obtained whisky they
did so from or through resident dealers in
Vienna, causes the Journal to exclaim thus
!y: "The idea of 'resident whisky dealers
in Vienna, who bought their stock from
Judge Bross, and who stands high in busi
ness and social circles!' Does not the
editor of Tue Bulletin perceive that be
has 'got his foot in it,' so to speak? He
was certainly not aware of the fact that
there cannot be a drop of whisky sold in
this town, for any purpose whatever, with
out violating the law." The Journal deems
it very ridiculous to suppose that there
could be resident whisky dealers in Vienna
wheu the law prohibits their existence
there. Only the Johnson County Journal,
edited by a Smith and published in John
son County,could be guilty of such sublime
"innocence." Maine is a Prohibition State,
but the U. S. Government issues more per
mits to sell liquor there, than it does for
South Carolina which has about the same
population as Maine. Iu 1881, according
to official reports, there was one retail liquor
dealer to every 791 people in Maine. And,
furthermore, it is a notorious fact that here
in Southern Illinois the communities in or
near which the greatest number and the
most bloody of drunken affrays have occur
red during the last year or two wero those
in which Prohibition prevailed, which was
to be a safe-guard against crime, render
jails and courts and officers useless ap
peudges of government and insure an early
advent of the millcnium. It is evident
that, much as it strives to close its eyes to
tho disagreeable fact, the Journal is realiz
ing little by little that ''Prohibition," so
called, is as much a failure in Johnson
County and in Vienna as it has always been
in every community of any pretentions
where it has been tried. If the Journal
will bring itself to look at this whole ques
tion in a proper light; if it will place the
responsibility for the evils of drunkenness
at the door of the drunkard, where it of
right belongs, and use what ability it Las
(and it has considerable) to correct ttie
foolish notion that the drunkard is the
helpless victim of the saloon-keeper and in
no way responsible for his disgraceful con
dition and conduct; if it will teach the
youth of its city that it is more disgraceful
to got drunk than it is to sell liquor, in
stead of the reverse; If it will seek to im
press upon the minds of parents, that they
are in a very great measure responsible for
the dissolute habits and excesses of their
children before they become of au age
when they know right from wrong, and
teach the children that when they have ar
rived at this age, society will hold them
personally to a steru responsibility for
their evil habits and conduct, and that it is
right both in law and iu equity that they
Bhould be so held, then the Journal will
accomplish much more in the direction of
temperance than it can do by bhifting the
responsibility for the evils of drunkenness
from the shoulders of the drunkard onto
those of the distiller and dealer, and trans
forming the real criminal into a martyr de
serving only of sympathy.
Mr. Peter IBowy, Birr, Ontaiio, Canada,
writes that he was cured of rheumatism by
the use of St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain
The Democratic party is pledged to the for
feiture of the immense land grants to railro
ad companies, the conditions of which have
not been performed by the grantees. The
Democratic house at the recent session pass
ed bills of forfeiture for 39,212,304 acres of
land grants. The Republican Senate acted
on only one of these bills, that forfeitiug
18,000,000 acres granted the Atlantic & Pa
cific road. They amended the hill in a man
ner that will involve the government in law
suit. The Democratic party is true to its
word, while the Republican party keeps
the promise o the end, breaking it to the
Editors are proverbially cautious in lend
ing the indorsement of their names and in
fluence, but Mr. John Hearn, of the Valley
Sentinel, at Sidney, O. T., sends a volun
tary testimonial to the merits of Athlop.ho-
ros. He writes: "The medicine vou sent
me has given my wife more relief from
rheumatism and neuralgia than anything
she has ever tried, and she has tried every
thing, having been a sufferer for fifteen
vears. I have let other sufferers here have
the medicine with much benefit.
If all the Republicans were like Mr.
Charles E. Ilihbard, of Lee, Massachusetts,
we might hope for a campaign fought
squarely on the merits of the two candi
dates. The Republican Central Committee
of the State haviug sent him a package of
papers containing the Buffalo scaudal for
distribution In his town, he write9 the fol
lowing letter to him :
Lee, Mass., August 2, 1884.
Gentlemen: Having just received your
package of Boston journals containing the
details of the Cleveland scandal, which I
supposo you expect me, as a Republican
town committee, to distribute. The afore
said package is at my office subject to your
order, as I do not propose, as town commit
tee or otherwise, to assist in political war
fare so' mean and contemptible. If after
the nomination of James G. Blaine, any
thing were wanting to disgust Massachu
setts Republicans who are not officeholders
officeseekers or blind partisans with the
present methods, tendencies and leadership
of the party, the detestable business in
which your committee is now engaged
should supply the want. If the "grand
old party" cannot be saved from defeat
without resorting to methods corrupting to
the morals as well as the politics of the
country, the question whether it is worth
saving is fully and completely answered.
Cn.UU.E3 E. IIlBHARD.
There are some honorable men still left
in the Republican ranks, but their exodus
from a party so corrupt is only a question
Sky decidedly mixed. Barometer most
ly above 30. Thermometer between 74
and 93. No rain.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
74- -0 A.M.
92- -12 M.
83- 0 P.M.
Stages of the Itiver.
River market! by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet 1
inche. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 2 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 23. River 2 feet 11
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 23. River 5 feet 4
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 23. River 3 feet 2
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 23. River 1 ft 10 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Aug. 23. River 0 foot 8 in
ches and rising.
8t Louis, Aug. 23. River 10 ft 0 inch-
I ea and falling.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA C'LAKKhON, Agent.
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CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would respectfully annoiinci to the cltlgens of
Cairo, that 1 have opened and am carry ug en a
Urst cln-s laundry in tie rear of Wluter' Block,
on Seventh Stri'et, where I am prepared In do all
kinds of work Iu my line tn a sii"erlor and work
manship stylo, defying competition nud at
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MAKY HENS FT, T.
N. II Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter' Block. " i l-iim
Public Sale ol Unclaimed
There will he iold at public taction for itorage
and charge, to the highest and beat bidder, on
Wednesday, tbe loth day of September. 1384, at ihe
wharf boat of I he Ualltday A Pbl lipa Wharf Boat
Co,, laying moored ta the pnhile landing on the
Ohio Hiver opposite the foot of Sixth irreet, Cairo,
Illinois, The sale to commence at It) o'clock, and
contlnuo until all are sold or disposed of, unleii
previously called for.
The following lot of goods, utensil, Ac. which
have been In (tore and uncalled for more than
twelve month last past, numbered and marked
as follow viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box stove pipe, Ac.
. nun jieana, Mroouiyn, At a, 1 DOX
3. P Al W,
, 1 brl stove DlDe.
i. no mara. i scale Deam.
r. Flucber Cairo, 1 box II R good, and
I bedstead, rail and slat.
0. J. W. Phillip, 1 box H Hgood.
7. no mark, 1 tox lamps, &c.
8. J. W. Davenport. Memphis, 1 bd'.a
canvas and show.
9. no mark. 1 box glass.
10. Kx btr Virgle Lee, 1 drag saw.
11. Agt. n. P. Jt U. Show, Cairo, 1 box
I i. Joe Armstrong, Gr envlllo, 1 brl flour
13. M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark, 1 box plow point.
15. Peter Kumau, Teiarkan, 1 box
11. II., 1 lot Hollowars.
1?. I.I.., wiiiiamsville, o.,l box dry
18. no mark, 1 box frame.
in. S . (i. Hoherts, Montlcello, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c imneys.
). M r. Hnpe, Fort vVorth, Tei, 1
21. II., Holly Spring, Mis., 1 brl bot
tle. . II. &C.,Milhnrn,Ky..l bale batting.
2:1. no uiark, tewing machine
21. Jas. Bell, Ulllu, 111., 1 pr names.
i no mark, 4 bdie, (i do washboard.)
M. Llvtnrston A Co., iron fouuden,
Pituburg, 1 box apple parer.
27. H A. Kidd, I box flask,
lift. Dan Phelaa, Vicksburg, 1 bdl (3
in. r. II. W.,1 wash tand.
M). Mary Sample, CBlyert City, 1 box
II H yooila.
.11. Smith, llroa Cairo, 1 box H II good.
:)-.'. Htorrell Jt lleiiz, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II H goods.
31. Wm. Held, (loose Island, Ibex gun.
31. T. T. Trivia, Big Pond, Ark., 1 box.
85. W. 8. Gasklll, Cairo, 1 box H II
:)ti Miss Kale Pnlnta, Cairo, 1 box.
87. Kothchlld iii o., C'lL.,0., lbox.
H. no mark, X boxea paper pall
3'J K. I.. Aiken, Kvuusville, lud., 1 box
4rt. no mark, 1 box II II good.
41. M. A. K., Clinton, Ky., lbox enuft".
4.'. M. P..lbnrenu.
41. E. W . I). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin-
ger sn .pa.
Thompson Ldg, 1 box
45. K.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4H. K. W. 1)., Thomncn Ldg., 1 box
47, E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 Sor
48 E. W. D., Thompsoa Ldg., 1 butt
4.) E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., Yt brl
fO. E. W. I)., Thompion Ldg , Vt brl
51. E W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., tt brl
5). E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
5:1. E. V. I).. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
51. E. W. U., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
55. E. Mr. D., Thompson Ldg , Mo., 1
box brandy cherries.
SB. E. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
.7. S. J. Simpson, Lnke Charles, Ml.,
5 boxes tobacco,
rs. no mark, 1 box II II good.
5u. do 1 box mtlse,
G'i. do do
til. do do
tij. do 4 brl CO. salts,
ihl. A. 11., New Madrid, 1 boz niUlu.
61. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
C5. U. T. & Son, Keelfoot, 1 box cat'dy.
fill. P. & 11. , Kankin Ldg., Min.,lbutt
67. (leo W. Craig, care. Gu Fowler, 1
l ale mire.
OS. Ilouseman, Armon & Co., St. Louis
In bdle cotton sacks.
119. no murk. 1 box b ulng puddles.
71'. do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunn) Side, I bag coffee.
do do brl sugar.
"J. M. C. McNalrv, St. Charle, Ky., I
DOX SIIIKl tea.
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp chlranle.
74. A. Kahn, Milleklns Bend, 1 box
7.V no mark, 1 box sundries.
7ti. S. Navaro, Little Itock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, i buckets bar (tore.
75. do 1 box bar stores.
7!i. do do
mi. do do
HI. do do
S'.'. do do
ta. do do
St. do do
S.V J. S. S., I box bar store.
ai. do do
87. do do
88. d do
.i. Butler 4 naff, Uolly Retreat, Miss. 1
AO. J. II. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box lire crackers.
01. no mark, 1 hdlo wagon rods.
92. do I brl glassware.
(:). R. S. Aiken, EvansvUle, 3 boxea
M. D D.Jayne Son, Pblla., 1 box
95. McKeown Jk Pond, 2 boxea stove fix
tures, 9. Jno. Holden, Blandvi'le, Ky., 1 box
sua I hoots.
!7. no mark. 10 blck valises,
W. do 1 trunk.
M. ,1. B. Vrm, 1 trunk.
III. K ,9 plows.
Ihl. Kussei, Bird's Point, 2 plow.
U2. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
TIIR IIALLIDAY & PHILLIPS WUAHF BOAT
Cairo, 111.. Aug. Rth.lSSI.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dcooinbor, 1883, Uuiler tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Wldowa and Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, o-ganlacc July 4th, 1H77, under
the law of 1872.
.IOIIM II. KOI11NSON.
... ....Vice Prtsldent
WM. 8TKAT r iN
J. A. UOLUSTINB....
('. W. IIUnMMI
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Strstton A Ulrd, gro-ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (toldstlne, otUoldstlne & liosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. I i
Pre. Wd. Med Ex., for Fenslons; Albert Lewi,
commission merchant; J. II. Koblnton, conntv
ttdge ani notary pnhllc; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
A In.nr.nrA .uent- K. II. lllrl. CU
trevtannrviaor! M. Phillir). carpmterand build
or; Thoma Lewis, a'tlornev and secretary; K. V.
fierce, attornev at-iaw. kiiuo'u m. , r.. v. -cashier
of Centennial Ban, Ashlcv, III. ; Albert
Iladen, cashier of Oeorge Connelly A Co., Spring
Bel'd. I I t B. M Hune, ttorney-at-law, 1 Raa
dolph alreet, Chlcgo Hoo. RobU A. Uatcher, t-tornev-atlaw,
Charleston. Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier Flrat National Bank. Stuart. Iowa.