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Yllk DAlL'if OAIKO MILLFflN: THURSDAY MOUNiNO AUGUST L3, 1881.
hhW) Hut unlay inorniiio; at 10 o'clock
Btri'i.t to llio liii'liiiHt linlili r. :i niult::i.
Hong, 4 HettB of ImrmnH ami n lot of
0. M. Alukn.
0 'tt i;i; on lOlli Street, B.'ounl iluor
l Walnut. A.Iy to
t 10. V. W II ITI Ot'K.
Lcal Blanks Kept Virp ?;ih
k 1!i;i.i.ktin oilier.
c.iul Wariitnly Iwin.
it CUim DcimI.s,
il Ktato Mortne,
ucutioiiri, puiiiiaons, Vcniie,
ruihKtc IsUnkh. tkc
Ait Kilitor'H Tril)iitc
icon . KiiHtor, Eilitor of Ft. Wayne,
"Guzcitf," writcH: "For the punt live
have ulwaya lHO'l J)r. kiting New
ivi.ry, for roiiylm of iimHt scvrri! rliar-
hs well am fur tlume ot niil'li-r tyi;.
t r f h i 1 s to (:tl'cct a boeedy euro. My
h to wliotn I hiwu riconiiuenile l it
of it in tninc hi''h terms. Having
cuwl liy it of every conh I have lml
vo yenrii, I Cnlisiilir it the only relin!ilc
sure cure for eoliths, Cnl'ls, I'tc." (Jitll
irc-Uy HroH.'Diuy .Store ami fjet a Free
1 Hottle. Lnrt;(i Bi7.o f 1.00. (2)
hiit'Kifu'H Anucii salve
ie Hunt Halve In the world for Cuts,
m h, Hurts, l,'lr.ern, Suit Hheum, Fever
h, 'l etter, Clmjeil llnnrlu, Chilblains,
n,nini nl! Skin Eruptions, vi'l positively
I 'lien. It in fjimniiiteeil to giva per
ti'itihfnction, or money refuicleil. Price
ixnU tr Ijox. For sale liy lJarcWy
op I'lii.sli rs Hie clean, t-weet HnJ pleiip
t u''. Fre-li HopK cotuliiniMl with
niii nnl u -ii x. More po.vi-ti'ul than
oilier puroiiH pUtiteic. '.'5 etti. (li'i
ir You Do!
you wtnt to well anything,
you want to l.uy anything,
f you want to increase your hu-ine.-'s,
!' you wmt to hire nnyone,
f you want a Munition,
f you have a hon-e to rent,
you want to rent a hoiiac,
L'Jvertisu in Tub C'aiho 'cli,i.tin.
Wry Kfiinukahlt' Recoveiy.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Maialoster,
h., writes: "My wile lias luen almost
ili rh for live vc ars, H) I.elpleH, that n!e
Mil not turn rvt-r iu lil a! me. SheUseil
h'lttles of Electric Hitti re, ami is go
h improved, that the in ulih: now to do
Electric liitters will ilo all that i. cWimeil
tin in. Iluielreilh of ti atiinonial.-' attest
ir peat curative power. Only fifty
is a Lottie at J Surdity liros. (2)
I'he iliu-hti r of Ilev. J. T. Walker, a
rrWiHii ol .Notwicli. IS. J .. was a Vic-
i n in urnlgio rhi.-uiuatisin. All that lov-
; care ami attention cmiM nUi'gi-ht wan
nki'il fur lo r Id iietit until Alhlophoro",
ri'iiijiii rin;; (pecilie, v:8 trteil will) the
t hem tiei nt r flu'tc. The happy father
his II fur an a hlitinnal hottle. ami savs:
('li ane uef,il at onrc. I have utel it for
.luttirl tr.. U'ttli Ir.l.nl Utt.. BU '
ij MdUhll ...III 1' . C DO,
L-if"fy Jintity anil Q-iality. In the Dia-
nil Iye more coloring is given than in
y known dyeH, ami they L'ive facter an l
re hnlliant colors. 10c. at all dru'ist.
ells, Kielnrdson & Co., 5urlinton, Vt.
tuple Caul, u'2 co'.orp, and Inn k of ilirec
m fir "Jr. st imp.
A Fair Offer.
The Vi.faic P,elt Co., of Marshall. Mich,
or to fend I'r. Dye'b (Mehrated Voltaic
It and Electric Apiliaiieei on trial, for
irty days, to men, ofl and younir, ntllict-
with nervmn deiuiity. lost vitality, and
Hi) other diseases.
See adverti-enient in thi paper. 1
Hani to Ilelievft.
It in hard to b -lievo th it a nun wn cured
I: a Kidney disease after hin tiody. vvasBwol-
n as ln as n Imrrel an I he had been (:iv-n
Ipas incuralile and lay at death'ii door.
et sueh a cure wan accomplished ly Kid-
.f II t T
Iey ivonin mc person oi .u. m. i;evi-reaii.
! Ionia, Mich., who says: "After thirteen of
I it best doctors in Detroit had yivcn me up,
wus cured by Kidney- i rt. I want every
Ine to know what a boon it i9.
outhiTii Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
August 16th to Uctoiicr Zotii.
The Illinois Central U. H. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues-
Iiays of each week, at -flO.l"). Tickets
;ood to return on twen'y days from date of
ale. Two daily trains leaving Lairo2:l.
m. and p. in. A. II. Hanson,
Civ Gen. Pass. Aizt.
'lioap Itiiiii '3 in Arkaus is anil Tex as
Aloni; tho lino of the St. Louis, Iron
I Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific llailwny ami International and
fireat Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming ami grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to ;:,00 ami $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fnr 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
rtllowcd formoncy paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towns end, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
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umns of telegraph news 12 hours in ad
vance ot ihe St. Louis morning papers.
We carry the largest line of Hats in
Southern Illinois at Chicago Clothing
There are five hundred dollars here for
ny Puducah man who is willing to risk an
ffpual num on the opinion that the Eckfords
of Paducah can beat the Cairo nine in a
content at base ball, both clubs to le con
stituted as they were last Monday, the
game to be played either here or at Padu
cah and the Eckford select their own
Th': vety In ayy rain wl.hJi immediate
ly pn ceded the flash ot lightning that
s'riiik the Democratic pole last evening,
saved the lives of several young men who
snod on the platform and were endeavor
ing to take down the fhg. They had suc
ceeded in getting the flag half way down
when the ruin drove them away, and a few
minutes later the pole was a wreck. Mr.
John Hay nee, of Williamson' boat i-tore,
was one of the three. Ha 1 the young men
remained but a few minutes longer the
lightning descending by the wire halyard
at which they were lugging, would hive
killed thorn all in.-tai:tl$.
Of cur-c, everybody knows that the
Democratic 11 ig pule wus struck by light
ning last evening. Those wti saw it ay it
was a L'rand night. A ball of tire e nwd to
alight on the top of the pole, run s'.ift!y
down the wire ball yaid, and near the base
of the pole explode, shattering the polo into
splinters, and causing it tw fail cVer towards
the Europeuu Hotel, in the very door of
which three or four large fictions fell, af
ter s'riking the telegraph wires DD'l bally
disarranging them. The pole ws about
a hundred and ninety feet high. Its4irst sec
tion wis erected in 1872. Tho upper half
wa3torn off by lightning in 18TCwh cn
Tilden was elected, and wss replaced in
180. As its fall then was followed by a
Democratic victory, so now the Demo
crats may regard the fall yesterday as a
Paducah News: "A big dred'O boat is
looked for tveiy day now at Paduoah, to
woik on the river betwien hcie and Grand
Chain. The first work she will do will bo
to blast and drolge cut a rock 100 feet
aero.", that lays in the channel of the river
t Brooklyn, opposite Pa ine ill . It is con
glomerated and can be easily removed,
the dredge is also wanted Carico's Reach
which extends from the Little Chain down
to Grand Chain. The river is wider here
than at any point between Evansville und
Cairo, and the water is spread oat all over
it. There is now only six feet on both
Chains and on the R:ach, w hich is a flat
sandbar, but which did not give boats
trouble until after the upper or Little
Chain dyke was built. When it is length
ened 1,000 feet the difficulty may be re
moved. For the present tho dredgo is ex
pected to do the work."
Will Kernan, or some one professing to
bo he, favored The Bulletin with a chll
last night. Will Kernan, that is, the Will
Kernan wo have in our mind's eye and with
whom our caller professed to bo identical,
is the man who ran the Okalona States in
Mississippi some time ago, a red-hot rebel
sheet, which was supported in 1880 by the
Republican national committee, to "tiro tho
northern heart" against the Democracy, by
uttering the fiercest verbal sentiments in the
most fantastic rebel garb. Mr. Kernan is
a young man, black hair and mustache,
keen black eye, moderately haudsomo feat
ures, mild manners and soft voice, about
five foet Beven, straight and somewhat
sparlcy built. But ho seemed to have seen
aomo rough times of late. His hair was un
kompt, face unshaven, clothes dirty and
seedy. He says that since his Okalona
Statoa venture in Mississippi ho finds it
difficult to ( btain anything to do on the
newspapers of the South, ami was on his
way North again alter a fruitless effort to
find an engagement at Memphis and other
Southern cities. Ilo is on his way to Pat
terson villc, Iowa, whero he is promised a
situation on tho Index. lie went from
hero to tit. Louis via the Illiuois pcntraL
The Paducah News says, speaking of
tho match garuo of base ball played in Pa
ducah last Monday, by a Cairo club and the
Eckfords of that city, that the umpiro won
the game for the Cairo boys by his outrage
ously unjust rulings. That the umpiro was
an utter stranger who know nothing of the
game; tint he had money bet on the Cairo
club mu 1 therefore decided iu its favi.r when
eveiy rule pointed the other way; that the
Cailo club contained but two (Wo boys,
all tho rest being imported, the pitcher ami
catcher being professionals from St. Louis.
Thus the News ruiis on through half a col
umn of surmises and gross niistatements, in
order to sooth the defeated Eckfords and
excuse their utter inability to cope with tho
tlm Cairo boys in u fair cutest. Tho facts
are these: the umpire wus a Cairo boy who
has for years umpired base ball games in
this city and all the towns immediately sur
rounding us, and is generally acknowledged
to bo a superior man for the place; and as
for tho assertion that he had money bet on
the game, it is simply rediculous, as, for
several years past, he has abstained from
owning any money whatever, and don't
know the difference between a tiade and a
standard dollar. The Cairo club was com
posed entirely of resident Cairo boys, ex
cepting, perhaps, the pitcher and catcher,
and they being train men, employed on one
of the railroads that run into this city, may
claim their homes most anywhere on the
line. But admitting, for the sake of argu
ment, that all the News stated is true, how
does it account for the fact that the Cairo
beys, w hen at the but in the fourth inning,
made seventeen runt'i Thin, certainly,
could not have been due to the rulings of
the umpire, nor to the Cairo club's pitcher
or catcher. There is no disguising the fact
that tho Eckfords, as they were last Mon
day, were no match for tlm Cairo club, and
their defeat was due ei.tire'y to their great
inferiority as player?.
Mr. Wm. O. Cassell, S. Oregon St., Bal
timore, Md., su) 8 ho suffered for months
with severe sciatica, and a few applications
of .St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain reliever,
W. K. .'.axis din, river editor l fii 8 Hci.i.ktk
anil HtHiii1ni:it iiHi.i;i!r a".-i;t. Onlem fur .ll
kind of itMfttntiriM Juli prii.tiiiK iticiU r. ()l!ic
at Howur'l Kuroiman IJotel. No. '.Z OMu l!vec.
BTAOE3 .) THE I11VEH.
River marked by the nauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 8 feet 11
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 5 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 27. River 2 feet 0
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 27. River 4 feet 5
inches anil falling.
Louisville, Aug. 27. -River 2 feet 0
inches and failing.
Nashville, Aug. 27. River 1 tt 3 inch
es and falling.
Pittiburg, Aug. 27. River 0 font 9 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, Aug. 27. River 10 ft 1 Inch
es and rising.
The Ous Fowler.' is the never-failing
daily packet from Puducah arriving here
at 2 p. m., making close connection with
the Illinois Central R. R. for St. Louis, Chi
cago and all points east and west.
The Ohio and Mississippi are still on the
decline, but if we have a few more rains
similar to that of yesterday, we may look
soon for a better stage of water.
The Vint Shinkle, from Memphis, passed
here Tuesday at noon for Cincinnati, but
unless there is a rise in the Ohio she will
have a regular skirmish befir: she' gets
The Evansville Packet Co. have declined
the idea of running their packets through
to Cairo during the low water.
Yesterday evening about 4 o'clock a
heavy rain visited us, and during its seige,
while the lightning was flashing and play
ing its faniastic role, a streak struck the
beautiful Democratic pole, which has
weathered the storms of years, and demol
ished it entirely, but the Hag bearing the
proud uames of Cleveland and Hendricks
was spared, as it had only a few moments
before been hauled down. Capt. Hiram
Hill owns about 800 acres of land just op
posite Cairo, in Kentucky, and ho says if it
takes every stick of timber on the land to
erect another polo for Cleveland and Hen
dricks that ho will furnish the material,
an 1 it necessary the money to erect it.
"Blood will tell, ago aiut nothing."
Tho beautiful steamer, City of Providence-
passed up for St. Louis last evening.
Tho Arkansas City, from St. Louis, pass
ed di wn for Vicksburg last night.
Tho Jay Gould leaves hero early this
morning for New Orleans. Sho had C
heavy barges well loaded for tho south, ag
gregating about 0,000 tons of freight.
Tho City of Baton Rouge, from Now Or
leans is duo to-morrow for St. Louis.
The reliablo and popular packet, Hud
son, is duo from St. Louis to-night for Pa
ducah. Our river column has been "non est" for
several days, wo having been off on a trip
to Paducah. During absence we had a
pleasant time. Paducah is now under tho
influenco of a big boom, and tho place
bears tho marks of a prosperous little city.
Last Monday night ono of tho most pleas
ant events of the soason was a social hop at
tho Richmond house, givon by Miss Emma
Rood, (ho accomplished daughter of Mayor
Reed, proprietor of tho Richmond House,
Pino music was discoursed for tho benefit
of tho handsomo young ladies and gallant
beaux who wore largely in attendance, and
Mayor Reed with his jenial faco and portly
form of magnamity was frequently to be
seen amid tho happy throng.
f)n Tuesday evening (mother bociul par
ty was given by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Sei
beit, on Broad way. win-in a lew fiiends
of the popular ho-,1 and In ster were gath
ered. Fine instrumental and vocal music
wero tho pleasing features of the evening,
and all who attended will often revert to
tho pleasant time spent with Mr. and Mrs.
Seibert, and iu the language of Joe Jeffer
son, allow us to add 'that we wish they
may live long and prosper.
Summary of Meteorological Keeord of
Vpsffl'ihlV Afternoon I. i- tl.ij
- J - - -'' l 1 1 1 3
Sional Seuvick, U. S. A
Washington, Aiouvr 27, 1884.
Sky clear, cloudy and threatning by
turns. Barometer below 30 in the ex
treme northwest. Thermometer ranged be
tween 74 and 0. R lin reported from Oma
ha, .59; Leavenworth, .19; Keokuck, .01;
St. L mis, .35; Chattanooga, .01.
The Bulletin theimometcr stood as
follows at the different hours ol the day
given in the diagram below:
'J- -fi A.M.
03- -12 M.
SO -C P.M.
IJishop Wllinor'n lietort.
Bishop Wilmer, Protestant Episcopal,
of Alabama, i3 ono of the readiest men
with retort to bo found in the States,
His first parish was in Virginia, At a
certain company, whero all tho gentle
men of tho neighborhood were, tho
young clergyman was present. Thero
was also present a man noted for his
infidelity as to Christianity, and for tho
roughness of his manners and speech to
those by whom it was professed. This
skeptic soon began to talk at tho youth
ful parson, who prudently mado no re
ply. Tho enomy becamo moro aggres
sive, and addressing him dircctly.said:
"Mr. Wilnior, yon don't seem to liko
to talk about religion and tho Biblo."
"Yes, Sir," he replied, "I do liko to
talk about it to people who aro in
earnest and respectful in their treat
ment of it."
"Well," rejoined the assailant," "if
you will answer mo ono question I will
let you off."
Mr. Wilmer said: "Sir, I do not
know that I caro to bo let off from any
thing; but ask ruo tho question, and if
it Is a proper question, and if I know
tho answer, I will givo it to you."
"We.ll sir. I havo asked all tho
preachers I havo over seen,-and none of
thcru could tell me, and now I nsk you,
What becamo of tho body of Moses
when the devil and tho archangel had
a contest over it?"
It was a trying question for the young
thoologian, and a trying occasion, for
the assembled company all silently
awaited his reply. Ho quickly aroso
from his chair, walked across tho room,
stood directly in front of his antagonist
and said, lirmly and respectfully: "Sir,
that quostion docs not concern you in
'Why not sir?"
"Beeauso it is perfectly certain that
no archangel will ever havo any con
test with tho devil over your body."
Tho infidel confessed himself whip
ped, and, joining in tho laugh at hi3
own . expenso , said ho would bot $5U0
on his parson every sermon against any
other prcuchor in tho country. Cin
Mr. Spurgeon was recently askod if
ho thought tho world had grown hotter
or worse since ho canio into it fifty
years ago. Ho roplied that ho thought
in somo respects it was worse. "Tho
struggle for life," ho said, "is harder
now, it is moro difficult to make a liv
ing, and tho destitution is moro appall
ing, I think, than it has ever boon."
On tho other hand, thero had been
many improvements, especially in tho
direction of intemperance. A class of
men, who wero very numerous whon
ho first camo to London, havo now bc
como extinct thoso good and respect
ablo gentleman who never got drunk,
but who wero in tho habit of getting
tolerably mollow. Ho thinks thoro is
also an improvement in tho attitudo of
respectable peoplo toward licentious
literature. "Our grandmothors," ho
said, "road books which our daughters
would bo ashamod to open."
Hog AH tho Way Through,
A peccary is in all rcspocts a hog.
Ho looks, smells, tastes liko a hog, and
Is a hog, but for a thing of indomitablo
courago of tho lower typo, for a hntor
of quenchless fury, and for a fighter to
tho last throb of his hpart, ho has no
parallel in the animal kingdom. They
never bogin a war, says tho Pittsburg
Dispatch, but whon ono is assailod tho
entire drove rush to tho attack as men
rush whon martial vigor urges them.
Each boad-liko oyo is a firo-spark,
tusks aro protruding, tho ochiuatod
spino straightened, and woo to tho
man who falls in thoir path. Gored,
bittonjtorn, tramplod upon and oaten
up, to tho very last shrod of his cloth
ingsuch is tho fato of tho man caught
by a drovo of angry poccarios. V llrh
tho samo fury they assail a wolf or at
tack a bull, and nolthor tho wolf nor
the bull can stand up against a char go
of half a dozen poccarios. Both know
this and fly in torror from tho Hold
Man is a curious croaturo. Ilo will
boat down tho prico of meat, vegeta
bles, clothing everything, In short,
but alcoholic refreshments. Whon it
conios to liquor, ho pays tho prico with
out grumbling. Iioston Transcript.
United si atls maksii.ms sale,
in .umniAi.i i.
It V vlHtli! (if a nt iHxiieil nut el tliu I'lnlrlrt
Cuiirl el Hi" I iiio U Sins-H, lur urn rtoiiiliern lin
Irirl ol 1 1 i tit tin, in mlminiltv. iliileil on Mntiiluy tliu
lsili tiny of Aiii'UBt. A. I)., 1-k, will li,i mild t I'uli
llr. Kiile, lo lliu liii;tiett ami IivkI blriilr, lor rash,
at Nw Lllierty, I'opi-county, In ralil llli-trict, on
the l'ourtli day of Si-pii'inliiT, A. I)., 1km, hetwei-u
tlm Iioiir ol pimi:t ol' i"iiil day and tio'r.lurk A. M .,
Hie following di m-.rilied roMsrtv, to-wit:
Tliu wruek ol tliu DH-unilioat E. U. LimU, inrliid
itili lier it ImllurH, 2 urnjitie, nlntfiT wrininii, doctor,
liuiiip, urate burn, .tx , tliu f iuii liuvtir.' In-im order
ed by laid court to bumilil. JuUN A TAN N K It,
I , Si. Murtslittll.
Sirli,"lluld, II!., Auirunt Nth. 1m I
liy U. K, UAKWIX,
Ketute of Ili-nnli' OTallaifhaii, Deblor.
Tliu iinilerHL'ii"d liendiy jjlvrt notlco that Di'imli
OTHllHL'hnii, of Calm, in tliu enmity nf Alexander
mid stHt" of IlllniiiH, did on fhn lli day of AuiruHt,
A. D. liM. transfer to Him iiiidHrHi''iieil an AnniL'ni'rt
nil hii property, real and pi'mimal, for Hie bern-ilt of
lim i ri'iiirorH aiTortiniL' to tliv provittiotm or tliu aci
All p'THorni havln1.' i lalniH ai'aliiHt the mild Dennli
O ( itlluulian an hereby notified to present nin-h
rluliiiM under oath or alliriuatlun to mc at Cairo, III
InolH, ulrliln three month from thin datn.
Datiil at I iilro. IIUiioIh thin Aii'.'iint M.th. ISM.
(Ur-wtit UKOItuK FISirKK, Atwlsnrn.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEOK,
Corner 1'ralrio Avenue and JOth St., Chicago),
Mi'ili'iHl Deportment ot
l n' r or t ii wi'Htern u invorsiHy.
N. 8. DAVIS, M. D..LL. I)., Dean.
Tho Co leiiiatu vear will litL'tn Kept. vSl, 1m8I, and
Clo?e .March 'Jl, 15, Tho course of Instruction t
gra!i'd, Mudentg helni; divided Into llmt, second
and tliird year cluK'eH. (Jualtlicntloni) for admis
sion are either a Decree of A. H., a certlibatu of a
reputalilu academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of instruction In conspicuously prac
tical, and in applied In the Wanln rtf tliu Mercy,
St. Luke's and M ch iel Iteeie Hospital", dally at
the bedsid i of the birlc. The t'rauulonert' Course
will buijln the day alter tliu Annual Commence
merit and C nt'Mie four weeks. Fee, In advance:
Matriculation, g.Vno: Lnctnri'i.f TWm: Demonstra
tor. :.no. Ilosp.tals : .Mercy, J'i.im; St. Luku'a,
$j.oii. Laboratory. $VO: lireakae, '.m). Klnal
Kxammatiori, fW'.'m, ridiruarjr It. l'ractltionera
Course, S lil.iKi. For furrlier Information, address
WALTEK HAY, M. I) , LL. D., Secretary,
71V4wd vj Stale St., Chicago, 111.
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OAt'i'bsf urrorn of ymirh, et.,
will linil a I'criVct mitt U-litijf
rrstoniiion to robust heuliU
and vifforoim iminhnod m
i THE MAPSTON BOLUS.
Nt'iihcr tttnOifirti dru'gniK nor
intruniPTtt. ThiHtri'Htinont nf
X i vnn It e b 1 1 1 1 y and
1'h vulval Dt'fuvia mnfnrml
Iticrawfiil bnrauw) hnnt'd nn pcrtVct difimmHin,
nt'W and dlrvt method anil fttwiintc ihnr
oiitthnvfts. I'u II inTr:iiaTin Trontiwj (roo.
AiMrc Consult inn 1'liynician of
MARST0N REMEDY CO., 46 W.Uth St., New York.
' : t HAMlnMnfl fif Ml ff ihtf
. . ..... ....wJL.r,.) u Hat In thrt IT. tit
(now n'tiredi for thenireof Nrrroua DtMlUHt
lout Manhood, l aAne and ow. Heul
Ui plain aealed eu veloperee. UruKglala nui All ila
Addrau DR. WARD & CO.. Louiiiana, Mo.
V.VaV Dr. KEAN,
t K llIHoVTH Clark r.t Cfelrafto ilf
Uhllirtarf I inll ItmIIm all I'rr-
tM, Ntrvut, Cliruiilc nd (prUl 1U
eutft.HMnnftUfhM, Impouacy (Minai
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The Regular Cairo & Paducah Daily
HENItY K. TAYLOH, Mnoter.
UKUUUE JOUKm, Clerk.
1' avi'K Ptdiicali for Cilro dally (Sundays except
ed! at 8 a. tn., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Itetnrc
ln!, leave Cairo ut 4 p.m. : Mound City at 5 p.m
CAIKO, II LINOIS.
FUH'R, GRAIN AMU ITA1
Egyptian Flouring Milk
qivhwor Povi Pri"i Potd forWMnnt.
Jill. ft. SMITH.
EODKUT A. M1TU
Grand Central Store.
PICA LE US IN
(LA I RQ. - IXL.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mm. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Next Aloxttnar Co. Ttrtnk, HthSt.
tirOood Stock and Trlcet IUiMuuable.l
Public Sale ol Unclaimed
There will hn sold at itnlillo auction for storags
and idiarKim, tn tliu Meru it and bent bidder, on
WHdiii-iiday, the lnth day of .September, 1SH4, at iba
wharf boat of Ihe llalliduy A 1'hlilips Wharf Boat
I'o., laying moored la the public landing on the
Ohio Itiver onpoHiL tliu fool of Hixth srreet, Cairo,
Illinois, Tliu sale to conimunce at 10 o'clock, and
cnnllnuo until all art sold or disuuHud of, unless
tiritvloimly called lor.
Tliefollonluit lot of giMids, nlensIlM, Ac. wlileb
uuvubeeulu store aud uncalled for more than
twelve months lam put, numbered aud marked
as follows viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark, 1 box stovo pipe, Ac.
i. das W Miaus, llrooklyn, Ark, 1 box
1. r Ja W, I brl Move pipe.
4. no mark. 1 si.alu beam.
6. Flucher Cairo, I box II H Ro'oda.aud
t bedntead. rails and slats,
il J. W. l'hlllips, 1 box II II goods.
7, no mark, 1 hox lainna. Ac.
b. J. W. Haven port, .Memphis, 1 bdle
fan van and show,
u. no mark. 1 box glass.
10. Ex tilt Vlrtclo Lee, 1 drai; saw.
11. At. i. P. A II . Show, Cairo, 1 box
li. Joe ArniHtronjr, C!r enville.lbrl llimr
11. M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1. no mark, 1 box plow points.
li. l'etur Ituniau, Teiurkaua, 1 box
11 H., 1 lot llollowaro.
1?. I.L., v. Uliamsvlile, o.,l box dry
IS. no mark, I box frames.
l'.i. S. (t. Uoberta, Mnntlcullo, Ark., 1 brl
ari. M F. Supe, fort vtortb, Toxas, 1
il. II., Holly Hprlnirs, Miss., 1 brl bot
tles. X. II. A C, Mllbnrn, Ky. l hale batting.
i-i. no mark. miwIiik machine.
21. Jan. Bell, Ullln, 111., 1 pr harnes.
!'. tin mark, 4 bdles, (ii do waihliuards.)
ifti. Liviiifnton A Co., iron founders,
I'lttslmrir, 1 box apple parera.
27. It. A. Kidd.l box flasks.
JiH. Uan I'helan, Vicksburg, 1 bdle (4
8!i. C. II. W.,1 wash stand.
Hi Mary Sample, Calyert City, 1 box
II il mods.
HI . Smith Iiros Cairo, 1 box H II good.
'ii. Storroll & Heli z, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II II goods.
31. Win. Keid, Goose Island, 1 box gun.
31. T.T. Travis, Hlgl'ond, Ark., 1 box.
H'j. W. H Uaeklll, Cairo, 1 box II II
Hi Minn Kate Polntz, Cairo, 1 box.
Kothchllds & o., Cli.., O., 1 box.
:-H nn murk, 2 boxes paper palls
,J,'J U. I. Aiken, Kvausvillu, Ind., 1 hot
l. no mark, 1 box II II goods.
41. M. A. !(., Cliiilou, Ky., 1 box snuff.
4 '. M. P., 1 bureau.
U. Ii. W. I). Thompson, LdR, 1 box gln
Ker nn ps.
41. K. W. K., Thompson Ldg, 1 box
V. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4ti. E. W. U., Thomt son Ldg., 1 box
47. E. w. D., Thompson Ldg,, 1 Tmx
48 K. W. O.. Thompson Ldi;., 1 bntt
4: E. W. U.. Thompson Ldg., H brl
ftl E. W. I) , Thorn i son Ldg , brl
M. K W. I)., Thompson Ldg., br)
52. B. W. )., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
53. E.W. 1).. Thompson Ldg., Mo., I
54. K. W. U., Taompson Ldg., Mo., 1
55. Ii. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
box brandy cherries,
'ii. K. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
7. S. J. Simpnnn, L ku Charles, Mins ,
5 boxes tobacco.
TH. no mark, 1 hox II II goods.
Ml. do 1 box mdse.
Ho. do do
ill. do do
Hi. do Kbrl C. O salts.
1,1. A. II., New Madrid, 1 bor. mil so.
rll. no niaik, 1 trunk mil no.
t.r. U. T. A don, IteeUoot, 1 box candy.
Mi. P. A It., Uauklns Ldg., Mln I butt
fi7. tleo W. Craig, care. Qua Fowler,
(iH. Houseman, Armon A Co., St. Louts
In bdles cotton sack.
i;l. no mark. 1 hox b ulng paddles.
7 . do 2 butts tobacco.
71. S. Sunn) Side, 1 bag coffee,
do do brl sugar.
72. M. C. McNalrv, St. Charles, Ky I
box sund les.
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp cblmnloa.
71. A. Kahn, Mlllcklns Uond, 1 box
75. no mark, 1 box sundries.
Tti. S. Navaro, Little Kock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, 2 burkots bar stores.
7. do 1 box bar stores.
7!i. do do
ho. do do
nl. do do
K2. do do
Kl. do do
CI. do do
K5. J. S. N., 1 box bar stores.
ti. no do
87 do do
Hfl. di do
cli. Ilntler A llaff, Holly Itetmat, Miss. 1
!l. J II. Cavaliers, Monterey, Ark, 1
box lire crackers,
ni. no ii. ark, 1 bdle wagon rods.
!r.. do 1 brl giannwarii.
13. It. S. Aiken, Kvausv'.llo, t boxes
HI. I) D.JayneA Son, I'hlla , 1 box
95. McKeown A Pond, 2 boxes stovo Hi
tnros. IXi. Jno. Uolden, lilatidville, Ky., 1 box
!t7 no mark, Hi bhek vallso.
!M. do 1 trunk.
9!l. .1. II. I'rav, 1 trunk.
1 II. K.,9 plows.
lol. KuHMfl, liird's Point, 2 plows.
n. A., Cairo, 1 box bnggy bods, and
1 box gearing.
TnR IIALLIDAY A PHILLIPS W11ARF-I10AT
Cairo, 111.. Ang. 5th.lS84.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Atd So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1H77, under
tho laws of 187x.
JOHN II. IfoniNSON - President
WM. 8TKATT0N Vice-Prtsldont
J. A.OOLuSTINB Treasurer
('. W. DUNNING m.... Medical Adviser
THOMAS LBWIS Becretarj
BOARD OP DIRECTORS fok 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Strntton t Bird, crcers, Cairo, 111.
J. A. (toldstlne, ofUoldstlnu A Koseu water, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. 1).;
Pres. lid. Med. Kx., for Fenslons; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Robinson, county
Judge and notary public; Wm. F. Pltchor, com.
broker and Insurance agent; K. D. lialrd, city
street supervisor; M. Phiillps, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
Pierre, attorney-at-law, Dutuoln I11.;K. O. Pace
cashier of Centennial liank, Ashley, III.; Albert
Hayden, cashier of Uuorge Connelly A Co., Spring
field, III ; li. M. Muun, attorney-at-law, Ino ltan
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Hobt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; II. Lelghton
caHhler First National Hank. Stuart. Iowa.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
8th SL.bot. Ohio Levue A Commercial AT.
OAIHO. i. - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notlco.