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August 16th to October 25th.
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dtys of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
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I II ..I T a
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Hard to Believe.
It is bard to believe that m-tn was cured
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len as big as a barrel ani he had been given
up as incurable and ly at death's door.
Yet such a cure was accomplished by Kid
ney Wort in the person of M. M. Dcvereaux
of Ionia, Mich., who says : "After thirteen of
the best doctors in Detroit had given me up,
I was cured by Kidney-Wort. I want every
one to know what a boon it is.
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Aro you disturbed at night aud .ken
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energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
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is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in-tbe United states,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homos iu Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Prtcitic 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 $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climato 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 andi
soe for yourself when you learn that the crop
far 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 formoncy paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Towmskno, Gen'l Pass. Art.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
OKI U IaL I'APmt tV AI.KXANDKK COUNTY
aNTKUKI) AT TUB CAIKO l'OSTOKKICK roll
I HANSMIKWION Til ItOL'UH Til K MAILS AT
HKCON1) Cl.AKH IIATKH.
After August 5th to regular subscribers
who are not in arrears, The Bli.i.ktin will
FOR 20 CENTS PER WEEK,.
Payable weekly, or 5 wkeks tor One Dollar.
No reduction for payment in advance, but
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in advance, they can do so without
Tuk Bulletin will contain all the lo
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph uews 12 hours iu ad
vance of the St. Louis morning papers.
The two young men who bo materially
aided tho Cairo base ball club this week,
as pitcher and catcher, were Mrs. Ed
Miner and Ira Perkins, of Muipln-ysboM.
They belong to the club of their city, which
has long held an enviable name among
base-ballists in this end of the state. The
young men named are certainly skillful
with the ball and bat, and with them 'the
Cairo club will prove invincible to any
club of non professionals iu the country. It
is reported that Messrs. Miner and Perkins
think of locating in this city, which would
be very desirable.
Iu his ''Twenty Years of Congress,"
referring to the elevation of tho Hon.Thos.
A. Hendricks to the United States Senate,
Mr. Blame says: "He was but 21 years of
age when first chosen and his record in tho
house had not prepared the public to ex
pect the strength and ability which he dis
played as Senator, lie was in the full ma
turity of his powers when he took his seat,
and he proved able, watchful and acute in
the discharge of his public duties. He was
always at his post, was well prepared on all
questions, debated with ability, and rapid
ly gained respect and consideration iu the
senate." It would seem from this endorse
ment that Mr. Hendricks is quite compe
tent for the duties ho will be required to
discharge after March 4, 1885.
Several citizens who have always been
foremost in enterprise for tho amusement
of the public, have decided to establish a
permanent base ball association in this
city, and to procure a large tract of ground,
etii'lnse it by a high fence and furnish it
with seats and shelter, where games will be
played by clubs of acknowledged ability,
and people admitted for a small considera
tion to comfortable seats. The pluu is
about matured. The stock is all spoken
for and it is probable that work on the
fence will be begun the first of next week.
It is understood that the ground will be se
cured somewhere in the neighborhood ol
the present grounds, on Twenty-eighth
Btr et. The plan is a good one and will
p ove, not only a good investment for the
projectors, but will afford the pub'ic a
chance to tee some of the best clubs in the
country, which piss us by now because no
suitable c u litions exist here for them to
tt p over and play,
LIST OK LETT KltH REMAINING) UNCALLED
KOIl IN TIIK IWLWKICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATURDAY, A COUNT 30, 1884.
Allen, C E
Bencein, J B
Freeman, F W
Hackney, W T
Haynes, Norvel (2)
Harrey, E A
Ke'llcy, Wm M
Ott, W. F
Rogers, R II
Wadkins, G W
Clark, Will F
Dugan, Geo G
Fleming, O W
Harvey, O II
Legget, J C
Lueuburger, Chas F
Parker W Meyer
Pot lis, Frenchlo
Williams, G R
Walker, Johnie J
Tore, Joseph J (2)
Spenco, Mary E
Burton, Carrie F
Dotson, Mary E
Forgey, Jas B
Andenood, Wm Bawder.J B
Barter, T II
Cook, R B
Macey, Pheby '
Harris, D E
Vanghn, J Ft
Persons calling for tho above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. JIoRrnr, Postmaster.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST .10, 1884.
Why He M on Cleveland.
(tbti'lao I Wis lVni'tkli In tlie I'hlcituo Timet )
An Independent Republican of this city
who says positively that he will not vole
for Blaine, ami who has Lot yet derided
whether to vote for St. Jidin or Cleveland,
rrcuittly made a wager on the election of
Cleveland. The amount he staked would
bu considered in tint sporting world as
neither large nor small; lmt.lt is an amount
which it woi'ld be inconvenient for a man
ol ordinary means as is the man referred
to to lose. He does not admit i he possi
bility (if losing, and bases his hope of w in
uing upon tho following eleven reasons:
Iu 1880 Gill Held was elected by a iur
row majority. He was supported by tno
0 itiro Republic in pns of the country, ami
an a rule the Independent newpapers wero
"independent Republican." Now the very
ablest Republican newspapers aie s ipport-
1 ig the Democratic nominee, and uh a
tule the Independent pupers ure "I ide
The Republican party is not now and
will not bo united. Four years ago all
factious of that party were iu perfect ac
cord at the close of the campaign.
The Independent non-partisan vote is
against Blaine. It was fur Garlleld.
The statu administration! of New York,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, California, KansaH,
Connecticut and Nevada are Democratic.
They were Republican four years ago.
Their influent o and patronage are there
f iro directly transposed.
The influence of the Southern question
(the whole range of negro outrages, tUsut)
ballots, fnl ho counts, intimidation, etc.)
has uearly vanished from national politics.
Trade aud manufactures are languish
ing. Four years ago they were flourishing.
The Republicans got the credit then, and
will be held responsible now.
Conceding that Butler's candidacy will
damage tho Democratic chances, it will bo
more than offset by the damage Ft. Johu
will do the Republicans. Butler and St.
John may be considered, in relation to
Democratic chances, as ccit.tiuly no worso
tnan a ''stand off."
The business deprission ami tho Civil
Seryice Act will lessen ctmpaign contribu
tions which were so plenty in 1880.
Mr. Phillip Reichart, postmaster, New
Baden, Robertson co., Texas, writes that
Mr. Charles Lcviue was entirely cured of
rheumatism by St. Jacobs Oil, tho great
Life bad became a burden to L. I). Hill,
of East Monlpelier, Vt., but tho new speci
fic for rheumt'tism and neuralLfia, made a
new rhi 1 1 of him. He writes: "I have
been suffering from rheumatism for over
six months, and had grown ho bail as to
loso all use of my hands ard arinB. After
taking a few doses of your Athlophoros tho
paiu left mo giadually, and tho swelling
Summary of Meteorological Record of
Yesterday Afturnnoii for this
Signal Skuvick, U. S. A
Washington, Auou t 30, 1881.
Sky lastly clear. Buometcr below !0
exi "pt in spots. Thermometer ranged be
tween 0!) aud 100. The latter figure was
repotted from Shrcveporr, and was tho
b'.;his' mark reported this summer, iu tins
ii-tr.ct. Rain was reported from St.
Len s, .01; Pittsburgh, .06; Cincinnati. .01;
L'UibVilie, .01; Chatifiiii ogn, .71.
The Bulletin thermometer stood ns
billows at the different hours ol the day
liven in the diagram below:
74- -0 A.M.
88- -12 M.
DO- -0 P.M.
Stages of the Kiver.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ru. yesterday, 8 feet 11
inches. Riso during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 1 inch.
Chattanooga, Aug. 29. River 1 foot 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 29. River 4 feet 8
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 29. River 3 feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, Aug. 29. River 1 ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, "Aug. 29. River 0 foot 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 29. River 11 ft 5 inch
es and rising.
It Is somo slight comfort to know
that other nations besldo ourselves
sometimes blunder in tho construction
of war vessels. Tho Ajax anil Aga
memnon of tho British navy, which
took nearly eight years to construct,
and cost about 15,600,000, nro pro
nounced to bo failures. Per contra, a
firivato firm on tho Thames built an
ronclnd of 6,000 tons for a foroign
Government in two yoars, which not
nlone embodied nil tho latest improve
ments, but cost only a quarter of the
amount which has boon squandered ou
th) Ajas nud Agnuiciunou.
Vniidorblli'a hoiiMehold expense lint
snid to reach t.'oO.oou a year.
A telephono fifteen years old hfH
been discovered iu New York.
About, li),(HKi,tmo pennies were coined
ill (lit! United States liit year.
The youngest n nled suieldo lust
your was eleven, tint olilest eighty,
A sea lion weighing :t,7tit pounds
was lately killed nl the month of the
('oqllillo River, Oregon. ll yielded
thirty gallons of oil.
Iu nn Indian inouiid opened near
Tower City, D. T., wero U miihI tho
skeletons of three men in u silling post
ure, fating the East. One hud tho
stem of pipe iu its mouth.
Tho eiideU nl est Point during thn
summer urn taught, how tn swim, how
to rescue u tli nu ning person, mid tint
quickest method of restoring the :ip
There Is uiaji iu Norwich, Conn.,
who swallows lll'.l grains of opium
every week, and lias lepeale.llv taken
it fluid ouueo id lainhimiui without any
perceptible ill ell'vis.
Miss Sarah O. .lewett, necording to
a Boston correspondent, is considered
"tho handsomest woman among all
our fetualo authors, with 1 1 1 o possible
exception of Mrs. Blanche Howard."
The new uniforms of tho Russian
army nro so severely simple that they
nro almost ugly. Even the time honor
oil metal button is discarded, tho fasten
ings being hooks mid eyes hidden
A number of Chine.so farmer in
Merced County, California, have be
gun to cullivittu tho opium-yielding
poppy. As they am making a success
of it ft in likely that others will follow
in their stops.
Loudon covers nn area of 1:!2 squaro
miles, and yet laud in several portions
of the city sells for Jf'.MO a squiiio foot.
Over 1, Olio, i it ii) gas lights are required
to light its streets.
Experiments made by M. MuuU
with various kinds of water spring,
river, sea, nud ruin water, also snow
prove, that alcohol may bo found in all,
except iu pun spring water.
India pays fiiui),i)0i) each Hummer
for tho purpose of keeping her official.'!
from molting under tho fervent heat.
When tho hot season approaches tho
government is moved, hag and hnggago,
to tho cooler uplands of tho country.
Tho Irish prefer to kill themselves
by hanging. The (Senium invariably
shoots or drowns himself, and thu
Frenchman cuts his throat with a knife
or razor. The American takes poison
or blows out his brains with a revolver.
Among tho regulations of a newly
formed church aiming the Zulus in
.South Africa was the following: "No
member of this church shall bo per
mitted to drink llm white man's grog,
or native beer, nor touch it with his
From Berlin comes tho report that
tho reddish-brown atmosphere nud tho
peculiar appearanco of the sun and
.sky which prevailed over so wide an
area of tho globu have again beeomu
noticeable. Tho colors uru almost as
vivid ns before, and they coino out
hlrongest when tho air is pure and the
him is covered by clouds.
.Speaking of tho blessing of Summer
holidays, the Providence Journal says:
"From these golden days of rest wo
must exclude llioso hpent by tho slaves
of fashion iu their expensive resorts.
There are many who lly from the
crowded cities only to double elsewhere
their follies and vices. They never
withdraw from their jewels and dis
play of styles to bo for a season the
.simple children of Uh! air and l!rlit;
they never draw near to tiio dear,
blessed earth, bui. go where they may
lake with them their bondage, and
languish and die without? having seen
any world except that iiuulo by tho
architect and milliner."
A letter to tho O'liah.a lkc says: Pri
vate SIiuhso, of tho Sixth infantry, was
tried for duscrtion .'tnd sentenced to
seven years in tho military prison. Ho
is shackled with twelvo pound irons,
both legs being shackled together In
such a way that ho enn hardiy walk,
and ho has been so ior neariy two years
and ho is compelled to work and sleep
with thorn on. They aro never off.
Ho KnciHr When tlio ltrido was llorti
A rathor curious incident occurred
lately at tho Recorder's office. An old,
white-haired darky, leaning on his
cano, poked his head in tho door of
tho marriage licenso department and,
taking, off his hat, said:
"Scuso mo, boss, but 1'so looking
for do place whar doy git a licenso to
'Como iu, thon," replied tho clerk;
"yWvo struck it tlio first timo."
"Como on hyar, chillcn," tho old
man said, beckoning to sonio ono on
tho outside. "Theso 'ero two wants to
got married, boss, and I camo 'long
wid'em kaso this gal ain't got no father
nor mother 'coptln' mo."
"How old Is shoP" asked tho clerk.
"Sho's berry nigh ninotocn."
"Whoro's her father?"
"And her mother?"
"How do you know sho is nineteen?
Shs looks younger."
"How'd I knowP I know kaso I
bruncr her up."
"Where was sho bornP"
"Now, lenimo see; hor father died
bofo' do war, and sho was born just
after Marst' Lincoln was shot."
"Why, that was four years after her
"I know it, dat's right, boss, sho was
born four yoars after hor father dlod."
"Oh, that can't bo!"
"But I toll you boss, I knows It,
Her mothor war living' wid my folks
at do timo, nud it war just four years
after her old man died."
Tho clerk was stumped, so ho callod
up Rocordor Farrolly to know what ho
should do. Tho old darky failed to bo
shakou in his statement, and as it was
cortalu that sho had a father at somo
timo tho liconso was granted anil tho
throo sailed out to find ft proachor.
St. Louis Post-Dispalclu
Experiments aro being niado In
Switzerland with tireless locomotives,
chemicals giving the motivo power.
Kill . I I I. Ik III' list, who had
Kntnk P. '" , ; " .,' k bin.
Homo map . .letained twen-
b, miliar m . v..
rr:V'1 '!, r s y ll r'' whw" l""y,
T ; ...... ..I.,
Jd .! 'N V'! J &r'MX'' Wrt
Rheumatism, Nenralqia, Sciatica,
Lumliitiin. Uarkauhn, Headache, Tonthanhi,
Hwvv Tin out, Nncllltiua, Mrnina, llrulara,
ltBi-i. Hi aI.Ih, rr,l Ultra,
inn u.i. unit it initio, ftns a Nt, aims.
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71', I i' l.i 1 iitnSi., 11111 o. I I.
t 1 ',.Vi '
IilC.M KHS IN
M.t'i it, ".ia'.f- an;.
Wirrt"8i (Vdh l'ri'p Puid fur Vf loaf.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
UK TUK HI'MAN llllllV I
0T1 11. h 1 ( :nii'hii :m..o.
, iw nn Inti'ri'i itu
, I v.-rl 1 -,.
nl iMitf inn 111 1 1 1 l
11 r.ii.lj In 111-
,..1 I I'M n n w ,u hiiv 1 imi 1 11 1 ,i 1 . i.'. 1 'I'"1" ' "
bin nl, mil I lii'i. i In 1 Ii" r.n.lr.ii V, tii 11 a.l vi I'I -.its
,11 wiv Unit lll'-in I . iTn
I.11. .1 nl limn
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inn v U' t
I irt nl t r. I v bT
Rhik ,U"nl'M.' '
r Em tLT ba 1
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. - 1.. KMA.intlAfi fA Mitt Ctt Ifaf
Unit notd and auirnaalnl pi-i-1II"W In thijU.l
(now n-rlrrrt. for tliciiredf "'JZailft
1 oaf WnnhoiHf. IMnamraantid ''"
Addreu DR. WARD & CO., Uttuianj. Ma.
ho. lUh.inTa ti.Ant hr., t'liloaia im
Ulill(l.a.l I"'!', la nil IrMlll'l all I'll
vta, Naivuua, Ctiruule anil Bparlal illa
aatM.anannamrhia,lmwHurfHaIilat lnr.pa. lt) 1, rm.la ol..ri, tic. eon-
nil n ti-r,..nallr, ar It '""
llr. K-.n la Ilia mil; plijllrlail Iu llij
.vr.i,l. nia .'r no lav. ftH
dan lllutralaa book, our l,im ptanwlaitoua, It amaU.
3 ll-.in-. DOW MV" t KOlMr Wllf ''by
tiiriiMirurlilniriNlflilf MJ VRhlmU, For lii iu
Bluiriin'hmlcnrmvtiiiifriimMiliii'ii! nif.it.-iil nn;i Ib, ,'!'
li. UakA.Mi.A.M., M.I).,iaOtltoulU,ii Wikt
fjThnnnnli of rtot Hmntn DtAITItfa vnn
, ial mul phynli-Kl wtnliiii', 1 t iiiatiitijl,nr
1 ?oiw ptmirHilwi), Hi riiili oflniUnTtftl'iiii,
it OMHgur uy !ui,curfll by N ER V IT A
BtrutiR fldi I 1 11 will rnre ttry rite (innopu m- to na w
tn nlTrnr ft ti 111 purkniri
fln rwnlrit ot li evittt fnt
ininaaa,atc. Pa. A. o.otaa
Ikia Hi, utiuaf u
"a .l.tn " plTcn Oiauii'
APaKCSIS ra, aail ll
an InftiWM vr lur I'ili .
lYiw fa 1. at rtnuTk'ntc. f '
l anaanlfri'liald. J'liuii rau,".
tL h jrtt. Ad. "ANA 'i F. is.- '
If Thu CHEAT -,flf
ur u i
c tfiilo of Unclaimed
Tl'uri' will tut told it aub.lii auction for itorana
out i linmm, lo Ilia lilulo i'l and but hiilrtur, oo
Wwlucadiiy, tint llllh (Mr of Hi'ptnttllMT, 1HH4, al b
tvliatflHiai of Urn llallnlay ft Hi 1 1 ia Wharf itoat
Co., Inintf niiHirril la tliti nililm IiuiIIhk od Hit
(II. to I'.yi'r iiiinnltii tlio fool of Sixth arrant, Cairo,
lllm.iln. Tim anlii to cinnmi'itra at In o'clock, and
cunt. Him in. Ill nil ar. (l,lil nr dlipoaiid of, ultima
li vIihihIv citlli il for
'I'ltn fnlliiMiiiK lot of Kitnila, ulfiinlli, Ao . which
Irnvii Iivhii III aloru ami tiiirallt'd for mora than
iwrlvu niiiiiiha Inat pital, niiiiilicrud and marked
aa fuliDw vlr :
Lot No. 1. nit murk, I Imi alotre pipe, Ae.
It. .In W Mi ana, llrooklyu, A k, 1 box
!l. I' .t W, I hrl attiTfl plno.
4. tut murk. 1 Drain Imam .
r. I'l'irlmr l tlru, bui nooita.and
I Iii.iiii.iiiI, ritlla mill Ui.
il .1 W rhlillpa. I Inn II II good.
7, tin in (irk, I i tn laiin.a, Ac.
H. .1. W. Ditvi'tniiiit Mftnphli, 1 hdlu
i nn vara and huw.
II. nn in nr k . I lion K'aii.
III. Kx Hlr V Irttlii I en, I tlraK aaw.
II. Aul . s. IV A II. Hbnw, Calm, I hoz
il. .Inn Arinal tint;, (Ir i villi. 1 hil Hour
1 1. M ('. Aititma, t:alro, I hrl mliiural
II. no in it i k . I bin pint pnltila.
II IVt r l it in nit , Tmnikana, I bo I
in II., I lut lliillnwitra,
17. I I.., 1 1 1 1 h in v i .In . o., I box dry
IS, mi mark, t ImU friillinr.
III. n (i. KolM rl-. Miintlctillti, Ark., I brl
I h inii c Itnniiya.
W. M V Mtiiu. Port vVorth, Taxai, 1
Ul. II., Holly Hptlima, Mla., 1 bfl but
Ilea ti. II Al).,Mllliiirn, Ky. .1 hala batllag.
'.'II. no mark. n'Wlnn mai hltta
21. .lav llrll, UllUt, lll.,lpr hautaa.
Id. nn mark, 4 billi.i.CJ dna waihlx.arda.)
VII. l.lvliif aliin ii Co., Iron fouudara,
I'lllaliiirK, 1 box applt parera.
IT. It A. Klild.t Imi llaaki.
VS. Hun l'h. Ian, Vickaburir, I bdla (8
Vli. V II. W., I waah ataml.
;m. Mnrv Ktunpln, t'alrcri t'lly, 1 boi
II II i mm.
lit. Hiiiitli lima Cairo, I bot II It gooda.
U. HUim.ll A llalix, Oaraula, Ark.,1 hot
II II Kiioda.
III. Win. Ituld, (loom lalattd, I hm cud.
l. I . r. l ravia, nig I'oml, Ark , I itsi.
in. W. N. (laaklll, Cairo, I but 11 11
Mil Mlaa liln I'nltlla, Cairo, 1 hoi.
it?. Kntlii'lillda .Hjmi , ( Ii., ,().,! boi.
."H no murk, I brnti a papur palla
!)U It. I.. A 1 Io n, Kvnuavilli', Intl., 1 hoi
4(1. ri. mark, I hoi II II gooda.
41. M A. If., t'llnlon, Ky , I box i tin IT.
I'. M. I., I bnrrnii.
1:1. K. W. ). TTimnpann, l.d(, I hoi glo
Kor an in.
41. I'-. W. K., Tlioliiiaon l.tlil, 1 box
4.-. K.W. II., Tlinnipiou Ldv., I boi
411. K W - Ii .Tlinint ai n Lift-, 1 boj
17. K.W. II.. T'lionipaoti Lil., I tax
in nt I'll a
4ri K. VV. I).. Thorn paoii l.iltf., 1 bolt
411 It. . II.. Thompioi! L(l( . M brl
Ml. K. W. 11, Thorn pioii I.d , H brl
til. IC W. I)., Thorn non Ldtt, H brl
til. K.W. I)., Thompaou I.d., I box
brandy praclii a.
t.:l. IC. VV. I).. Tliniiipaoii I.ilg., Mo., 1
til. K. VV. I)., TTiompaoM I. (Ik.. Mo., 1
M. K. W . I)., Thompann I.dn , Mo., 1
hm liruiidy lilinrrina.
ID. K. VV I)., Tltoiiipanii LiIk., Mo., 1
.7. H.J Hiinpxon, I, ku Charlui, Mli.,
tt linira inlia. co.
TH. no mark , I bin II II ooill.
f.'i. do l hoi mdav,
110. (In do
111. do do
ill. do S I' I ' aalta.
Il:. A. II., Now Mndrlil.l Inn nulla.
III. nn in ink, trunk nidao.
tt, 11. T. it -1111, Itnclfuot, 1 box f,a"dy.
i.'l I'. A IC, llmikina I, (in., Mill., I butt
(ii. lino VV. Crnln, enru. (lua Fowlur,
1 nli' lit m.
IM. Iliiiiam.iiiii, Arinnll it Co , Hi. I.ollla
, I bill, a r.otliin anrka.
lltl. no mnrk. I box b ulriK pudillua.
7. . tin a bulla . bacto.
71. H. H111111) Hull!, I bnii cniri'd.
do no ', brl atltiar.
7. M . McNalrv, St. Cbarlna, Ky., I
box an ml lea.
7'l. no murk, I brl lump chlmnlca.
71. A. Kami, Mliliiklna Hun (I, 1 hoi
7ft. nn murk, I ln aiinilrltia,
7H. M. Nitvaio, Mill llock, 1 brl Klnaa
wnrc. 77. no mnrk, '1 Inu ktila bar atoret.
7H. iln I Inn bar aliirua.
711. do do
HO, do (III
HI. . (Iii do
M'.'. (lo do
HI. do do
HI. (ll (III
MS. .1. H. N., I bin Imr itorui.
Wi. li, till
H7 (lo (lo
mm. ( do
ii. Ilulli'r A llntf, Holly Kutical, Mlaa. 1
li(i iin dlc nit.
Ml. J II Cavmiora, Mon any, Ark, 1
In x flm cm a era,
(11. It. 1 arli, I hdlu wafioii rodi.
II. '. tin I brl aa-wniu.
:. it M. A km, F.vnnav'illn, I bmoa
airitn n ml c I n
III. I) D.Jayiitt.t Hon, l'hlla , 1 box
B.l. Mi'Kmwn A Pond. 2 hoiea ltoe Ii
itinia. mi. Jno. nob en, Hlniiilvllli), Ky., 1 box 1
ana I hoota.
"7 no mnrk, 10 III' ci villain.
I'M. Ho 1 trunk.
m. .1. II : rn, I irui.k.
I il. K . 1) lil wa.
I I. Htla.'ul, lllril'i I'oii.t.l plowa.
(. A., Cairn, I box unity hada. and
I Imx IT' nrlnil.
TIIK IIAI.IIDAY & l'UH.LIl'8 WUAHM10AT
Cairo, III., Atlir. Mil. lffi'l,
T JEI E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
NucccMor to Wldowi and Orphana Mutnal Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, aadar
the lawa ofHf7.
JOHN n. ltORINHON....-.. Freatdent
WM. H i KAT 1' N Vlcfl-l'rUldant
J. A. UOLllSTINIt .-Tniaturof
C. W. KUivNIMI Medical AdTlaer
THOMAS LKWI8 m ..Bwratar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fob Iit YEAR.
Wm. Ntratton. Strntton A Bird. tToion. Cairo. III.
j. A. (ioldatlno, ofUoldallnu It lloaonwaler, whole
anlo and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. D.
I'ri'i. Kd. Med Ki., for Fenalona; Albert Lewia,
commlaaloa marchant; J. H. Koblnaon, county
tiiilt?ii am notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
irokor ana luturanco aiirni; n. u. oauii, cut
utrrt anliiTvlaor: M. I'hilltt I. carDtnter and bnlld
er; Thomna l.ewla, attorney and icerntart j K. V.
Pierie.atlorney at law, I)a(noln III.; K. C. Pact
raahler of Centennial Bank, Aahley, III.) Albert
Ila'den, caabler or Uoortie Connelly vo., npring.
Iklii.M ( I). M Mnun, attorney-at-law, IIS Kaa
dolph alrent, ChlctKo; lion. Kobt.A. Hatcher, at-torricy-al-lnw,
Charleaton, Mo.j B. Lelgbton
caabivr First National Hauk. btuart. Iowa.
Hie Rcgnlar Cairo & Fadacah iaily
aStf GUS FOWLER
HBNRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
UKOKUB JOUKa, Clerk.
lotv. a P.,ducah for Cairo dally (Sunday! except.
idi a- H a. m., and Mound CUT at 1 p. tn. Ketarn
"ni, liiwa Cairo at 4 p.m. i Jloand CUy at 5 p.m