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woM of Wttluut. Apply to
5t 15. W. Wii iti.ock.
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at 'I n i: Rullktin oilku. .
Hpcciul Warranty Deedb,
(iuit Claim I kudo,
Keul E:t)tlu Murl'juc,
KxL-cutioiiH, miniums, Vcuiru,
GaruiKheo Wanks, &c.
"Rough on Tootliace.h"
Instant relief lor Neuralgia, Toothache,
Fttceaehf!. A.sk for "Rou'li on Tootliuchc."
15 Ai 2ic.
An Editor'a Tribute.
Tliereou I'. Keator, Editcr of Ft. Wayne,
Ir.d., "(Juy.eiU'," writes: "For the p8t live
yearn Imvu always uneil Dr. Kin'a New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe chtir
net or, bh well an for those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
triond! to whom I have recommended it
Hjieak of it in fame high terms. Having
Ix-en cured hy it of every couli I have had
for live years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure euro for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Htrclay Rr.' Drug Store and get a Free
Triul Rottlc. Lrj,'o size 1.00. (2)
Those unhappy persons whosuGer from
nervousness ami dyspepsia, should use Car
ter's Little Nerve Tills, which are made
expressly for sleepless, Dervous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 25c, all druggists.
St. Louis, Mo., August 30, 1SS3. 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, base ball, say they cannot
do with ut it. Yours truly,
Geo. E. Bknnktt,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
buckieus Arnica salve
The Host Salve in the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kl.eum, Fever
Sons, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively
cures Files. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refuuded. Price
'.'5 cents pr box. Fur sale by Barclay
"KoUirh on Iticli."
"Itougo on Itch," cures humor.-, erup
tions, ring-worui, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
tV-et, chill-lains. 4
Before I have used one bottle of Ely's
Cream Balm I am cured of Catarrh. I
could scarcely smell any thing, and had a
headache most of the time. Henry Lilly,
Agt. Am. Ex. Co., Grand LWvcn, Mich.
To Eep.iir Damajreij.
Hear lady, there is probably no um till
ing you that fashionabb; life in a great city
is a rough one on your beauty. Late hours
loss of sleep and mental excitement will
leave you by and by shorn of those beauti
ful tre'H wnich drew lovers around you in
other years. Artificial substitutes can nev
er pass for those rich and jjlosscy locks.
Far kefs Ifftir Balsam will stop your hair
from falling out, rotre its natural color
ami softness, and prove cleansing and bene
ficial to the scalp.
Avoid Fills Being largely composed ot
mercury they eventually ruin the stomach,
but Allen's Bilious Physic a vegetable mix
ture, act quickly, and effectually cures. 25
Outs. At all Druggists. (5)
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wife has been almost
helpless for tive years, so helpless that she
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric Bittern, and is so
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is chimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2)
Ladies who would retain freshness an 1
vivacity. Don't fail to try "Well's Health
Ely's Cream Balm is worth its weight in
gold as a cure for catarrh. 3. A. Lovell,
Advice to Mothers.
Arc you disturbed at night and b. ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake almut it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho gums, re
duces inllammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
I could scarcely Bpeak; it was almost im
possible to breathe through my nostrils.
Using Ely's Cream Balm a short time the
trouble entirely disapeared. J. O.Tichc
nor, Shoo Merchant, Elizabeth, N. J.
Cheap Iiorues in Arkansas and Texas
Along tho lino of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in prico from
12.00 to :)00 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climato unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dross to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1883, and make up your mind to go and
soo for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To thoso purchasing land nwnod by
tho Company, and paying ono-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate robato is
allowed formoncy paid for tickotg or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. 0. Townbjcnd, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The 1)aHy lVtiljotiii.
OFFICIAL I'At'KK OF A I.L.X A NDKK COl'NTV
KNTKIlltD AT TIIK CAIllO POHToKKICli Foil
TUANHMfflXION Til HOUGH Til K MA1LH AT
HKCON1) CLASH HATKH.
After Atiyust 5th to regular subscribers
who ure nut in uric-urn, Tuu Bi.li.eiin will
FOR 20 CENTS PER WEEK,
Payable weekly, or 5 weeks 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 w ithout
The Bu.i.mi.n will contain all the lo
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance of the St. Louis morning papeis.
Mr. L. riue is in the city on his regu
lar inspection trip lor the Singer company
The works here have not been running at
their full capacity for some time, because of
a decrease of ckniand.
Two gentlemen' guests at the Halliday,
premised their supper with a little verbal
encounter which led to a little physical set
to finally. One of the gentlemen made
some unpleasant criticism upon the conduct
of a young lady, which the other resented
by springing up from his chair suddenly,
grasping the critic aluut tho nock with one
hand and raising him from his chair, and
with tho other fist striking him three or
four vigorous blows on the jaw and side of
the head. Then they parted. It all oc
curred at one of the tables in tho dining
room where scores of guests were at Btipper,
but it was so quickly doue that but few
noticed it. When it was all over the
young lady's champion walked quietly out
of the dining room without taking any sup
per, and sat in frout of the hotel smoking a
cigar, while the critic wrcte an apology
and sent it out to him by a page, and then
returned and ate his supper. Both gentle
men stand high in Cairo society.
The marriage at the Halliday Monday
night was not, after all, exactly a run-away
match; but nevertheless it was some
what romantic. Tho groom had lived at
O'den's landing, Ky., but had left there
and gone to work on tho same railroad on
which Col. Reardon and Mr. I. N Smith
were engaged some time ao. Afterwards
he settled down at Paragould, where ho
is in a proepcrou business. The bride liv
c 1 a few miles back of Helen's Lai-.ding
and was quite a belle in society there.
Both are very respectable and intelligent
young people. They had met much be
fore and an attachment had sprung up be
twten them which was broken at parting.
They met here purely by accident. He
was on his was to Paragould, and she was
en route fur a visit to relatives in Kentucky.
The meeting revived tho old feeling with
renewed strength ; the words were spoken,
and immediate union agreed upon, with
out the knowledge of the parents of either,
though it was known by each that the par
ents would not be displeased. Both left
yesterday for their new home in Paragould.
Tho Johnson county dojperaJo, Avery,
was brought down here Monday night and
confined in the county jail for safe-keeping
until his trtal. lie was chained to the
seat in the c-r to insure again?t his escape,
and two officers stood guard over him. He
passed through Vienna safwly, contrary to
expectations. He is a large man with a
somewhat vicious look. He was capturod
at a farm house about two miles from
Caseyville, in Hardin county, early Mon
day morniug. He was stauding on the
porch of the house in the act of preparing
for breakfast when he wag suddenly con
fronted by two deputy sheriff, each point
ing a cocked gun at him. He surrendered
without a struggle. He denies all respon
sibility, cither for tho shooting,or the burn
ing of the wheat stacks. He held a con
sultation with Southern Illinois' leading
criminal lawyer at tho jail yesterday, and
will doubtless make a most vigorous de
fense. His real name is believed to be
Whitesides, which ho changed to Avery af
ter having killed a man in Kentucky and
moved to Johnson county.
A subject of much comment and not a
little complaint among shippers and mer
chants hero is, that tho Anchor Lino com
pany has for about sixty days past been un
reasonably discriminating against Cairo in
freight rates, and in favor of St. Louis. Be
fore tho last two months or so there was al
ways maintained a difference of 2 cents
per hundred or per barrel, between the
rates from St. Louis south and from Cairo
south. That is, the freight on a barrel of
flour or a hundred weight of other mer
chandise would be 2 cents moro from
St. Louis to New Orleans or any point be
low here, than it wouldtbo from Cairo to tho
samo point or points, But now this differ
ence has been dono away with and St. Lou
is can ship freight as cheaply to New Or
leans ot to any point between here and New
Orleans, as Cairo can, by tho Anchor Lino
of Bteamers. A barrel of flour or meal
costs 80 cents freight from St, Loui9 to
New Orleans, and it costs tho samo to send
it from Cairo to New Orleans, and other
UAIHO HULLKT1N: WEDNESDAY MOKNING AUGUST 27, 1884.
freight is i unU per hundred i'roui
either St. Louis oi Cairo, to New Orleans.
The result Ih that the bulk of the irntiri
sent south from Illinois and Iowa, which
formerly came to Cairo by mil and was
transferred to Ijo.iIh here, goes to St. Louis
and is traiibfein d to boats there; while
Cairo Hour and meal millers, and her mer
chants are lua'o to suffer directly in vari
ous ways. The Anchor Lino company
deserves all the severe criticism it receives
for this unwarranted and unjust action, and
it could not complain with any show of
reason, if the shippers and merchants of
this city should resent thu wrong inflicted
upon them, by discriminating against the
Anchor Line boats, when they .have goods
to send or to receive.
Mr. R. O. Whitford, P.rookiino, Mass.,
says he has used St. Jacobs Oil, the great
pain cure, in rheumatism and neuralgia,
and found that it is all that it is represent
ed to be.
G. II. Twombly, a reputable citizen of
Exter, N. II., adds his voice to thousands
of others that come up from every part of
the country. Ho writes: "My wite, who
has been troubled with chronic rheuma
tism for five years, thinks Atolophoros the
best remedy she nas ever used, and I have
heard of its good effects upon others in
this vicinity. Tho druggists say that the
sale is largo and increasing.
Down at the Halliday the other day a
Blaino enthusiast gave his version of the
Mulligan Letters as follows:
You see this is how it was, my Bon.
This man Mulligan was a long time ago
Capt. of the Mulligan Guards, in Missouri,
and when tho Little Rock & Fort Smith
railroad was being built, the President of
tho company, Mr. Blaine, called upon Capt.
Mulligan for protection against the free
traders, who at that time were looting
farm houses, interfering with Chinese rail
road laborers, and in various ways ob
structing operations upon the road. Mul
ligan, having an eye to the main chance,
declined to call at his command, without
positive assurance of ample pay for him
self and men, and not having confidence in
tho responsibility of the railroad company,
insisted upon having Blaine's note, endors
ed by a man named Fisher, who had a lit
tle law office in Washington. While these
negotiations were pending a great deal of
correspondence necessarily passed between
Capt. Mulligan and President Blaine, the
latter in his anxiety to secure Mulligan's
assistance and protection fooliBhly offered
him several hundred thousand dollars in
stock in tho road as an additional induce
ment. The letters in which this offer wag
made, were carefully treasured by Mulli
gan, who shrewdly thought possibly he
might make a little raise on them in the
dim uncertain future. About this time
Mulligan thought he would like to en pa
senger conductor on that part of Blaine's
railroad thn in operation, and made ap
plication for the same, but for some unex
plained reason the position was deiiied
him. ' Feeling outraged and insulted, he
resigned a position in a New York plumb
ing establishment which paid him ten
thousand dollars a year, disbanded the
Mulligan Guaids, and bundling up the let
ters received from Blaine, which he had so
sacredly cared for, published them in the
newspapers, expecting to raise President
Blaine in the estimation of his constilu
cnts aud the dear people generally. So
you sec when you come to investigate the
matter it don't amount to anything. The
Democrats aro trying to make very great
capital out of a very ordinary business
transaction, and should bo ashamed.
Pniiisliing the Germans.
One way in which the party in power
proposes to prevent defections from its
ranks in Southern Illinois, whero such de
fects threaten to seriously damage the party
in the coming election, is shown in the ac
tion of the revenue officers in that section.
Tho construction of tho revenue laws as en
forced for twenty-two years has boon that
a dealer iu liquors having a United States
license had a right to ship under it to other
places beside the town or city in which ho
lived, sending the goods "C. O. D." This
was the construction given to the law when
nearly all tho dealers in malt and spirit
ous liquors in Illinois were generally Re
publicans and contributed liberally to cam
paign funds. But the situation has changed,
the stampede of tho German Republicans to
the Democratic party having taken large
numbers of beer and liquor sellers to tho
Democrats, these former Republican li
quor dealers now exhibit the samo willing
ness to contribute funds to tho Democratic
party. The Democratic State Central Com
mittee have recently been informed that to
lutimidato these new allies, and to prevent
them from contributing or working for the
Democracy, the revenue officers aro said to
bo calling upon such liqucr doalers and in
forming them that a new construction has
been given to tho revenue law relative to
tho delivery of liquors ''C. O. D."; that
every dealer who sends goods to a place in
that manner must have a government li
cense to sell in the place where tho goods
aro delivered, or, failing in that, ho is liable
to penalties undertho United States law.
To show what has moved tho revenuo of
ficers to this new construction of the law it
is only necessary to . state that tho notico
of its adoption is always accompanied by
tho hint that if they are not aggressive in
their new relation?, or do not siver their
old connections, the law will not bo enforc
ed; hut if tho warning is not taken, they
are liable to arrest and trial before tho
United States Courts at Springfield or Chicago.
Has not !!, I!.',iibi;, an party controlled
the National Administration for almost 2 1
Has it not enacted ull the laws during
Has it not executed the lawn by men of
lias the party hi ought prosperity to you
and your familieb?
Are you working for yood wages all the
Aro there no mills rloiedl
Are wages not cut down i
Do you fl ri 1 living cheap, rents low, pro
visisions abundant, and low priced clothing
and other supplies down to the cut in pay?
How many days have you been idle since
last New Years?
Can you tell when work will be abundant,
Aro business affairs satisfactory to you?
Did not the Republican party make busi
ness affairs what they'aro and as bad as they
Ilow much ni"re are your wages to-day
than they were four years ago when thih
same Republican parly promised you more
pay and work if you would support its tick
et? Who has grown richer in tho lat four
years of Republican policy, you or tho men
who were rich then aud who seek to allure
you with the same sort of arguments now?
Stages ot'the liiver.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet 4
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot C inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 20. River 2 feet 2
inches and falliug,
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. River 1 feet 5
inches and falling.
Louisville, Aug. liG.-River 3 feet 1
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 28. River 1 ft 4 inch
es and tailing.
rittsburg," Aug. 20. River 0 foot 0 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 20. River 9 ft 10 inch
es and falling.
.Summary of Meteorological Record of
Yesterday Afternoon lot this
War Department. )
Signal Service, U.S. A. V
WASniNOToN, AlT.CST 2G, )
Sky decidedly spotted in this district
yesterday. Barometer varied in the north
west. Thermometer ranged between
and 05. Rain reported only from Dodge
The Bulletin- thermometer stood ns
follows at the different hours ot the day
given in the diagram below:
CO- -0 A.M.
9:j -12 M.
s0 0 P.M.
Eiht Miloa of Frogs.
Tom Barry yesterday took n, rido to
Almadcn, and when just past the Syca
moro Grovo exchange ho saw something
that mado his eyes open in wonder
ment, and for a long time he could not
credit his senses, for tho road was per
fectly lined with frogs, averaging tho
sizo of a largo cherry. Ho supposed
they would last only for a little way,
but for eight miles bo saw nothing but
frogs, and, to mako suro that ho was
not dreaming, got out of his wagon and
caught a boxfull and brought them to
town to nrovo the credibility of his
story. Ho says that thero aro millions
upon millions of them, and whero they
all como from no one can toll. i ut
Jose (Cal) lkrald.
Tho Washington monument wdll bo
tho highest work of man to be found in
tho world. Tho highest point reached
by man so far is tho spiro of tho ca
thedral at Cologne, which is 520 foot
high, and was comploted in 1S82. Tho
Washington monument will bo bho feet
high when completed. Tho tallest of
tho great pyramids is only ISO foot in
, 2. ,1C loSoud Kos, a traveler on tho
old Mdford turnpike in Piko County,
Pa., one day after traveling a long way
without seeing a human luce, stopped
before a hut, m front of which a man
was making an excavation, in hopes of
finding enough earth to mako a littlo
garden. Tho traveler remarked ou tho
apparent poverty iu that part of tho
world. "Now seo hero, stranger,"
said tho man who was digging rocks.
"I am not so dern poor as you think I
am. I don't own but a half acre of
this hero land."
A lady in Now York City has Just
fihishod a silk quilt composed of 14,000
pieces, ench about the sizo of a 10-ccnt
picco, Tho pieces aro hexagonal, and
thero aro on an aycrago ten stitchos on
each of tho six sides, which makes tho
total number of stitches 420,000. It
has taken Mrs. Collins seven years to
mako this quilt, working on it during
her spare hours. It has boon valuod
by a dry-goods houso on Broadway at
$500 or GU0.
THE fiiltAT GERMAN
UHieVMM mill rurfrt
KM li lt UK,
Sorenim, CuU, Crime,
III HNS. St ALUS.
And ull otliiT Ix.ilUy udjea
FIFTf CENTS A BOTTLE.
S'jM by ull liniKHlHtu uinl
Di'mi'M. I'trectwiJb In II
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ii. 'liJtil. unm.'iinrtii'iiii, i
ji wuiu. 'inn niiuutt win uj
diiuiiin w jig
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
i V .if!! mil "i 1 1 '"' a v.i'ii'i.ikc'o
'h wllilll:. Hal ti more, M I . V A.
' 30 UNION SQUARE NtWYOKK.
iWto NqC UV
ILL. MASS. GA.
TOR SALE 5Y
II. Stengiila, & Co., Cairo. III.
CATARRH' 1Iay Fl'
Is it tyjii! T catimrh
hnvinc itecnliHr eyin
tciniM. it Ii lliti.'llilril
ly mi liilliinu'd cnruli.
nun ul' tin-lining mem
hrmip or tho novtrils
tear-l urtfl an-l throat,
ait'rctinir the 1 u n k
An iirriil mnrun la
sccri-tt-d, tin- discharge
Ih mvornpHn'i'd with a
tion. Ttn-'i! arc hi-v-t-ru
iiniKinD ut snei'Z
mi;, fu'ciucnt ntmrkv
of lilimlimr hoiuliichi!,
a watery and inthmeil
state of th t-yrH,
K!y Cream l'.alni li a
faultily louudfd ou a
corrvi-t rtituruocis of thin dipiuee and can ho d -ponded
ujiim. 'c. ut tlritH ; 0'ic. hy mail.
S-ampli liotth- ly mail inc.
1.1.1 lilWl'llhKS, Utu cists, Owti0,N,Y
TTNITE I) Sl'Al M MARSHAL'S SAI.B.
11 IN DM I HAL I V.
HyvirtB.- of a writ Issued out of till District
Court ot the I nitod Sia, lor tno Southern Dis-
trlrt or Illinois, in ndmlnilu-. dati-d on Monday the
iMh day of August. A. 1)., 11, will he sold at l'nh
He Sa'.i-, to thu highest and host blddir. lor rash
at New Liberty. I'opaconnty. In said District, on
the fo-itth day of September. A. D , 1--M. between
the hour of sunset of said day and !l o'clock A. M .,
the fol.owin j described prop"rt, to-vvit:
The wreck ol tin-9'enmbnnt K. K. Lcis, Includ
ing her 2 boilers, 2 engine, nier engine, doctor,
pump, m ate bars, &c , the snm- liavin- In-n order
ed.by aid courl to besuld. J'jllN A- T ANN EH,
I', S. ilurshull.
Spt1li;lleld, II'., Auj'ist VHh. l"l
liy II. 1', DAliWIN. f
K?t.,t- of Dennis O'ful Indian, Debtor
The miderHii.'n-Ml hereby gives noth'e th.il D-nnl-j
U't'allaL-h.m, ot i';tiro. in' tin- county of Alexander
ami Mate of lllimdn, did on the 'Jiitli day of August,
A. D. I'M, t nitist.-c to the undersiutied "us Assignee
all his property, real unit personal, for the beneiit of
hi" creditor mcordiiii; to the proi .ions of the act
All perm. ns h in l: claims asainst the said Dennis
'( !il(a-hn are hereby untitled to present sui li
cluitiH under oath or atli'rmation to me at Cairo, Ill
inois, within three month" from this date.
Dated at (. aim, Illinois this Au-iust ',';tli, lM.
dSt-wtit iKUi:t.K I-'IMILU, Assignee
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avonnc and JtHh St., Chicago),
Mi-ilioal l)ii:trtiiit'iil f
'llic Nor t liwisttrii ITni vni-sity.
N S. DAVIS, .M IV, LL. IV, Dean
Tho Co lelate year will begin Sept. Si. ISI, and
clo-e March -.'I, ISVi. The course of instruction Is
gra ted, Students being divided Into llrst, second
and third year clai-ses. (Jiinitllcutiona for admis
sion are eltner a Degree ot A. II.. a certificate ofa
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
I he method of instruction Is conspicuously prac
tical, and Is applied in the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke ' and M ch.iel lleeso Hospitals, dally ut
the bedsld" of the nick. The i'rai.ht loners' Course
will begin the day alter the Annual Commence
inent and c tit1' ue four weeks. Kees, In advance:
.Matriculation, 4"-.oo: Lectures, f7M; Demonstra
tor, .".. Hospitals: .Mercy, $.tM; St. Lukes,
-..eo. Laboratory. $V0o; llreakaije, Html
Examination, $ o im, February 1st. Practitioners'
Course,? 'ii.mo. For further 'information, aldrcim
WA1.TKH II AY, M. D , LL. IV, Secretary.
Tl.Vlwd v Li State St., Chlcugo, III.
CAIRO, II LIMITS.
FLOUR, ORAIN AND RAT
lhst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
,(11 ilMu'. milium. iiiij.ui.u, 4i.
R . ' v la
I C J "iltVLl OUTOF ORDER.
Cf wn raw i . ..-
PubliV Sato of Unclaimed
There will bo sold at public auction for at-iraue
mid cliurges, lo the highest ami beat ludiler. on
U ednesday, the lnth day of beptumber. Ks4, l itiu
w hutl boat ot I be Halliday & I'hlilips Wharf Boat
( o., laying inuon d tu the public landing vn the
Ohio Idyer opponie the foot of Sutli srreet, ('alio,
Illinois, The i ale lo commence at 10 o'clock, and
conl nue until ;iiar. sold or disuustd of, uulcs
lire-iousH ralltil lor.
Tbo follow iui: lot of goods, ill-iisiU, Jtc. witch
Iiave been Mi More and uncalled for more than
twelve months mt jm..ti numberud and marked
as foriiwa viz:
Lot No. 1 no mark. 1 box stove pipe, Ac
.las W Means, llrooklyu. Aik, 1 box
I. I' it W, 1 hrl Move pipe.
I. no murk. 1 scale beam.
3. Flucher Cairo, I box II H good, and
1 bedstead, raili and slat,
ti J. W. I'hlllipn, 1 box 11 U goods.
7, no mark, 1 t ox lamns, ,tc.
8. J. W. Davenpoit, Memphis 1 hdlo
can van and show.
!l. no mark. 1 box glass.
HI. Ex Sir Virgin l.ce, 1 drag saw.
II. Agt. . P. A II. Show, Cairo, 1 hoi
11. Joe Armstrong, fir envllle. 1 hrl flonr
1 1. M . C. Adams, Cairo, 1 hrl mineral
1 1, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter human, Texarkans, 1 box
Id II., 1 lot Ilollowara.
17. LL vvlHiamsvlllo, o.,l box dry
IS. no mark, 1 box frames.
Pi. S. G. Huberts, Montlcello, Ark., 1 hrl
lump c linneys
. M l Supe, Fort vV'orth, Texas, 1
21. II., Holly Springs, Mlsa., 1 hrl bot
tles. AJ. II. As 0., Milbtirn, Ky. l hale hatting.
no mark , ewlng machine.
21. das. Bell, Ullin, III., 1 pr names.
J'i. no mark, 4 bdies,(2 don wathboards.)
i.'t!. Llvinpaton A Co., iron founders,
Pittsburg, 1 box apple parers.
27. U.A. Kidd, t box llasks.
M. Dan Pnclao, Vickeburg, 1 bdlu (3
i'.t. V. H. W.,1 wash stand.
m. Mary Sample, Calyert City, 1 bnt
II II goods.
:ll. Smith P.ros Cairo, 1 box II II goods.
ii. Storrell & lleltz, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II II goods.
W in. Keid, Ooose Island, 1 brx (tun.
:. T. T.Travis, IligPond, Ark., 1 fio:.
Hi. W. S. Uasklll, Cairo, 1 box II II
:iti Miss Kate Point?., Cairo, 1 box.
:!T. Uothchllds ,S;i o., Cii.., O., 1 box.
' H no mark, 'I boxes paper palls
".'J II. I.. Aiken, Kvausvllle, liul., 1 box
Id. no mark, 1 box II II goods.
II. M. A. H., Clinton, Ky., 1 box snulT.
1.-. M. P., 1 bureau.
IU. E. w. I). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin-
gur su .pa.
41. E. W
Thompson Ldg, 1 box
45. K.W. U., Thompson Ldg., I box
Hi. E. W. D., Thomi son Ldg., 1 box
17. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4S K. W. D Thompson Ldg., 1 bntt
I i E. w. U.. Thompson Ids-, y, hrl
50. E. W. U., Thompson Ldg , hi bri
r.l. K. W. D., Thompson Ldu., H brl
51. E.W. D.,' Thompson Ldg., 1 box
U. E. W. IV. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
r.l. R. W. 1).. Thompson Ldg.. Mo., 1
sr.. JC. W. IV, Thompson Ldg., Mo., I
box brandy cherries.
Sii. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
:7. S. .1. Simpson, Lko Charles, Miss.,
S boxes tobacco,
rs. no mark, 1 box II U goods.
ti'V do 1 box mdse,
no. do do
m. do do
ii. do y, brl C. O. salts.
i.:l. A. P.., New Madrid, 1 box mdio.
ill. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
(' It. T. .t -ton, Heelfoot, 1 box candy.
J,, p. ,t Ii , Kanklns Lilg., Mill., 1 butt
i?. (ieo W. Craig, care. Una Fowler, 1
l ale mnse.
t,-i. Iloiixemiin, ArmonACo., St. Louis
In hilli s cotton sacks.
ii!l. no mark. I box b uing paddles.
7 . do butts tuhaceo.
71. S Sunny Side, I hagcoircc.
do do ' hrl sugar.
"ti. M.C. McNulrv, St. Charles, Ky., I
box snnd Irs.
" I. no mark, 1 brl lamp chlmnica.
71. A. Kabn, Milleklns lleud, 1 box
Tr. no mark, 1 hot sundries.
7H. S. Navaio, Little Uock, 1 brl glass
vfarc. 77. lo mark, 2 biwkets bar store.
7S. do 1 box bar store.
7't. do do
hi. do do
M. do do
i do do
h:i. do , do
ft. do ,' do
sr.. J S. N.,Hhox bar stores.
W'.. do do
H7 do do
hh. d i do
Ki. Hiiller & ITafT, Holly Ketreat, Miss 1
!V J. II. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
hex fire crackers,
'il no mark, 1 bdlu wagon rods.
IU. do I brl glassware,
t'l. It S. Aiken, Evansviile, S boxes
!U. I) U.Jayno Son, l'hila., 1 box
!T. McKeowu & Pond, 2 boxes Htove fli
!!. Jno, Uolden, BlnndvPle, Ky., 1 box
'7 no mark, 10 blck valises.
I'. do 1 trunk,
w. J. It. Tra.l trunk.
I II. K , 9 plows.
lni. Uusel, Hird's Polnt.-i plows.
ifl. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, anil
1 box gearing.
THE HALLIDAY & PHILLIPS W UARFP.O.U
Cairo, 111., Aug. .1th. lf4.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Org-aiiizcd Dfccmlicr, 1883, TJniler tie
Successor to Widows and Orphans Matnal Aid So
ciety, organUec. July 4ih, 1S77, under
thu laws of
JOHN It. KtlltlNSON..
W.M. STKATi' iN
ROARD OP DIRECTORS Fon 1st YEAR.
Win. Htrattnn. Strntton St HIM. gro-ora, Cairo, III.
J. A. Ooldstlne, oKJoldstlne Hosenwater. whole-
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M.
Pret. lid. Moil Kx., for Tensions; Albert Lewis.
riimmlliin merchant: J. II. Hohlnson, county
I'lilgo ann notary public; Wm. P. Pitcher, com.
broker and Intiiranre aent; K. II. Balrd, cltt
street supervisor: M. rniliips, carptnier uo ouiin
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney ami ecrtUrr ; H. V.
H:erce, attorney at-luw, Iuinol n III . ; K. O . Par.
cashier of Centennial Kant, Ashley, III.; Albert
lla.den. cashier of Oeorgo Connolly A Co.. Hprlnf-.i-i'.!
M ! II. M. Munn. attorney-at-law, its Haa-
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kobt, A. Hatcher, at-lornev-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo.l Q. Lelghtoa
cashier Jfirst Natloual Bank, btoart. low.