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OAIKO JJULLirflN: SUflPAV MOKN1NU AUGUST 31, 1884.
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Charles J. O'Malley, In The Current of
August 30, concludes his series of nature
studies, under the general title, "Summer
in Kentucky." In his last article I o tells
of those regions of Kentucky which were so
loved by Audubon aud he gives many de
lightful reminiscences of the great natural
ist, telling kf his haunts, his business en
terprise, and his personal pecularities. Mr.
O'Mallcry has certainly shown liiinsslf, in
these articles, to be ono of the ruo.-t trHCC"
ful and keenly sympathetic of the writers
of nature; and there pipers shouls give him
high and permanent standing with thoso
who liko him love to tread "in the steps of
Toe two young Greenvillo run-aways
came into Messrs. Whitlock Bros. "Oak
Hall" Thursday evening and anked to ho
shown some hats. They were shown vari
ous styles of hats suitable for boys of their
ages, but none suited them, and they finally
announced that tluy wanted "some o' them
wide brim hats what they wear in Texas."
"Why," objected Mr. Whitlock, "you
boys don't want those wide hats; they
wouldn't suit you at all." "Guess wo
know what wo want," spoke up the elder of
the two. "We're goin' to Texas an' wo
want the kind of hats the cow boys wear."
Further questioning by Mr. Whitlock
alarmed the boy9 nnd they left in a great
hurry and disappeared.
Dr. Nowatney yesterday brought us
two samples of alumina or kaoline, ono
pure white and tho other a mottled red.
The former will burn a pure white and is
equal to that usrd in the nianufaturu of the
fine pottery at Dresden, Germany, which is
noted for its fine quality. The other burns
brown and will produce a fine quality of
earthenware. The first sample was taken
from the farm of Mr. Patrick Sullivan, at
Sandu9ky, where incxhaustable quantities
are known to exhist. Tlio other came from
near Kaoline, a small station on the St.
Louis and Cairo Railroad, below Muiphys
boro. If these veines in the earth could be
developed, they would prove a bonanza for
their owners and build up tho country round
about them. A St. Louis firm sent a rep
resentative down to Mr. Sullivan's placo
some timo ago and propositions were made
to Mr. S. which left no doubt but that tho
clay was a valuable find for him. It will
yrobtbly uot bo long before the vein will
be worked for all it is worth
Judge Robinson captured the two boys
who had run away from Greenville, and
sent them back home yesterday. He found
them wandering aimlessly along Eiligth
street yesterday morning, and recognized
them at once as the fugitives. Ho took
them to his office and held them in custody
there until ho should receivo further in
structions from Greenville. Tho boys wero
about fifteen and eighteen years of ago re
spectively. The younger one was tho son of
a banker named Bradford, of Greenville,
and was a consumptive looking littlo fellow
of pleasant face and retiring manner.
He talked freely of their intentions, saying
that they started for Texas, "with tho in
tention of becoming cow boys and herd
sheep." The other was the opposite of his
companion. His name was Frank Hurley.
Ho had an unpleasant expression of coun
tenance, was surly and insulting in hiscon
versation, refusing to tell anything about
himself or his intentions. When captured
by Judge Robinson, tho littlo fellow had
$142 in his possession and they had spent
about $C8. Ho got the money from his
father, in some way, doubtless without tho
father's knowledge. -The older one, Hur
ley, had two huge pistols in his pockets.
Judge Robinson sent him to the calaboose
for carrying concealed weapons, and the
younger one was turned over to Constablo
SheeliBn, who took him back to Greenvillo
yesterday afternoon, as per instructions
from the boy's father.
The schema to organize a base ball as
sociation, to which reference was made
yesterday, is about matured, and active op
erations were instituted yesterday. . The
gentlemen interested in the affair are Mr.
GusBotto, Capt. T. W. Shield?, Mr. Al.
Lewis, Mr. G. II. Jackson, Mr. Calvin V.
Neff, Mr. Winter, Mr. Claude Winter, D. J.
Foley, Frank Cassiday, and Robert Devore.
They went yesterday and procured the nec
essary grounds from Col. Taylor, and en
gaged Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp to
Uy it iff. It comprises thirty-four lots,
situated between Twenty-eighth and Twen
ty-ninth streets, and between Sycamore and
Elm streets. It will be three hundred and
fifty feet square, enclosed by a close board
fence ten feet high, which is to be com
pleted by next Sunday when the first match
game is to bo played with the Paducah
Ecktords. It is intended to put up seats
enough to accommodate ono thousand peo
ple, and in time, to put a covering over
them and enclose them so as to protect
people against Bun and rain. A race track
will also be added to the grounds in the
course of time, and no effort will probably
bo made to interest tho nearly defunct
Fair Asstciation sufficiently in the matter
to induce it to join in and utilize the
ground for fair, etc. On tho whole, the
plan is an excellent one, and if carried out
will prove of incnlculablo benefit to the
city and county in mora ways Mian one.
Last evening two Wabash engines
tried to pays each other on the same track,
near the lower iucliue, but, as in former
similar cases, tho attempt failed signally
and resulted in a collision. The dirt tram
was going down and an engine came up
with a train fiom the Bteamer Duncan.
They met on the main track and would not
bo stopped in time to prevent the collis
ion. They wero not running at a voryjhigh
rate of speed when they canto together and
were therefore not much injured. No ono
was hurt, but Mr. O. T. Smith, carpenter
on tho McComh, had a narrow escape.
Ho was sitting on the front of tho engine
that came tip from the boat. He saw tho
danger considerably in advance, but
thought that the engines would be stopped
before they could come together. He sat
still until they were but a short space
apart, then jumped down the embunkmeiit
aud struck ground just about the instant
the engines met and demolished the timber
upon which he had been sitting.
Heal Estate Changes.
Eccortl of Property Transfer Made In
Alexander County, During two
Weeks Ending Saturday
August 30, 1881.
17th. Taylor & P.trsons to William Web
ber; special warranty deed, dated August
Cth, 1884, for lot numbered 12 in block
numbered U2, in th t first addition to tho
city of Cairo.
Mary Zaiers to Joseph Zaiers; special
warranty deed, dated September 8, 1884,
for cast half of northeast of northeast and
eust half of southeast of northeast, section
25, township 15, rango 2.
I8th. Andrew Lohr, et. ux.. to Antonio
Raggin; warranty deed, dated August 18th,
1884, for lot numbered 7 in block number
ed 1, in tho city of Cairo.
County Clerk of Alexander county to
Alex. II. Irvm; tax deed, dated August
19th, 1884, for lots numbered 34 and 35, in
block numbered 58, in the first addition to
tho city of Cairo.
20th. Elizabeth F. Cherry to Alfred P.
Perionaets; tax deed, dated August 19th,
1884, for northeast of northeast, section 13,
township 14, range 4, and southeast of
southeast section 12, township 14, rango 4.
2lst. David (). Doshlor to M. J. Howley;
special waranty deed, dated August 21st,
1834, for lots numbered 8 and 10 and eHBt
half of lot numbered 11, in block number
ed 47, in tho first addition to (he city of
Trustee of tho Illinois Central railroad
company to Mary II. G. Hauck; deed dated
August 4th, 1884, lor southwesterly quar
ter of .southeasterly quarter, of section 22,
township 14, rango 3.
Amanda E. Wyatt and husband to Caro
line I. Wilson j special warranty deed, dated
August 10th, 1884, for lot numbered 27 iu
block numbered 50, in the first addition to
tho city ot Cairo.
Alex H. Irvin, ct. iu. to Louis Herbert;
special warranty deed, dated Juno 1st,
1884, for lots numbered 21, 22, in block
numbered 31, in the city of Cairo.
George Fisher et. ux. to Louis Herbert;
quit claim deed dated July 25th, 1881, for
lot numbered 31 in block numbered 27
and lot numbered 26, in block numbered
40, in tho first addition to the city of Cairo.
County Clerk of Alexander county to J.
W. Spies; tax deed, dated August 19th,
1884, for lot numbered 4, in block number
ed 29, in tho city of Cairo, and lots num
bered 7 and 8, in block numbered 23, and
lot numbered 3, in block numbered 38, in
the first addition to the city of Cairo.
22.1. Thos. M. Thornton to I. K. Moran;
special warranty deed dated August 19th,
1884, for lots numbered 17 and 18 in block
numbered 70, iu tho city of Cairo.
23d. Anna E. Safford to tho city or
Cairo; quit claim deed for lots numbered
1 to 12 inclusive and 37 to 40 inclusive, in
block numbered 42 in the City of Cairo.
20th. Betsy Hunter to Nelson Ricks;
special warranty deed, dated August 20th.
1884, for easterly half of lot numbered 10,
in block numbered 90 in the city of Cuiro.
27th. Baptisto Ilolstein ex. ux. to Wm.
D. Parrott; warranty deed dated August
27th, 1884, for 33 acres of Bouthwest of
northwest, in section 10, township 15, rango
30th. B.F. Wilburn et. ux. to Betsey
Hunter; warranty deed, dated August 28th,
1884, for lot numbered 7, in block 8, Hodg
County Clerk of Alexander county to
Alex II. Irvin; tax deed, dated August 27th,
1884, for lot numbered 28 in block num
bered 91, in the first addition to tho city of
Stages of the Kiver.
River markod by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 9 feet 0
inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 1 inch.
Chattanooga, Aug. 30. River 1 foot 11
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 30. River 4 feet 0
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 80. River 3 feet 5
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 80. River 1 ft 4 inch
Pittsburg, Ang. 30. River 0 foot 8 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, Aug. 80. River 13 ft 0 Inch
el and rising.
ForThn I'ain Bulletin.
Tho Lone in mortal Throe.
When I loft Dixmi Springs yesterday,
having no means of bringing my trunk, I
had to leave it. Mr. Lcmcn, tlio proprie
tor, wh about stalling to Cairo fur his
wife. Mrs. Korsnu-ycr was xoing with
him and the whole place was left in charge
of three young Cairoitcs, Messrs. George
Cook, John M. Heniiio and Phil It. Hstip,
who kindly took care of my tiunk nnd sent
it in to me this evening with the compli
ments of "Tho Lone Immortal Three." To
them, in acknowledgement of their kind
ness, I delicate them lines. J. V. S.
Golcondp, III., Aug. 25th, 1884.
Where ert t li.. k.miihI of mirth unit revelry
With nutate. inln-1,.,1, at tho eventide,
A Btilly, mil,. mti Mkneit Heeiued to li
1'ri'vallliit; gloomily on eiery aide.
No more the thrum nf trlppUm lent was lieanl,
No more the aom;, tlio IkhIi. the gleeful aireuni,
No more wm nlihpered notl ami Imlng winl,
That thrilled r.u, heart ami wakened hMti
The happy devotee., uf Terimli bore,
WhoorHl In null. i,o h,.-liirt of Joy attained,
Worn Keen to whirl, In unimful mop mi more,
And o'er tho itoiiiiiIh iinliriikon aHeme. rolcned.
Sail, yot, tho Hulllmlo M mt complete,
Although, hh nlelit alvunred It neemed to lie,
Far grander mill, In tl.r aecurn rotront,
liemalned mill nlopi "Tho l.oim liniiiurliti Three."
Throe ninnly mon loo brave to yield to four,
Too proud mi. I unv, o'er gloomy seeueit to weep,
They liutilolioii all tho iMiomIh Unit hovered noiir,
And Binokoil, im,l plmoil, mid talkod theiiiHeheKtu
Thty hold Iho hill ami every fun dollod,
Nor 1 lo cliviid Iho long, lone hours of night,
They hold It bravely In tholr iniiiily prldo,
And put all gloomy gunmen uud thought to lllght.
Among tho very IuhI wore thoy, to mine,
Unn warm nnd sultry, ilunty timiimor eve ;
From Cairo all - em h having thoro bin hoinii -And
If not tho hint to imiiih, tho IuhI to loavo.
Thu mounter rats thai orotlniu, whlln wo Hlopl,
Aud tint a wakeful foe wan hovering noar,
With timid, hiwilutliH; iiioioinoiit i ropt,
.Skipped unity now, ullliout omi mIii of four.
With ilauntli HH i-oiii! "I ho l.ono Immortal Throo"
Ilellod Iho Holitiulo thai rolnod around,
Determined they would "hraven" and lioroe lie,
And boldly, Vnlnnt all foouion, Htandlliolr ground.
Thoy tried perhapH to court a merry mooil,
More than In tlio Hiituiy llhl n( day,
To overi'iiine the nlnoiii of boIIIuiIo,
Whllo night's lone Iioiiih too slowly crept away.
And there thoy Maid and held tlio nloomy fori,
Nor did they eeoni to lie tlio leant, alarmed,
And came to mo thin eve llm j;lud report
Thut all ivero safe, uud not a soul was harmed.
1 thank thorn for the rare they took of mine,
I thank them for tho kliiduoHB shown to inn,
And hern mid now In pure ami sparkling w Ino,
I freely toart "Tho I.one Immortal Three."
Oolconda, III , A uj- With,
Tho Theatrical Season.
In conversation with Capt. Thomas W
onieius lam evening, tlio tllicient munager
of the Cairo Opera IIou.se, we were tin
abled to pick uy sumo inteiesting items re
garding tho coming operatic season, w hich
cannot but provo of interest to our people.
Judging from tlio character of the talent
already hooked, we are free lo predict Hint
tho coming season will ho more mhtcnsI'uI
than any since the opening of the hoiioc.
Capt. .Shields deseives much credit for
the manner in which lm Ims given his
timo to the management of the opera
house, and wu hope to sen his gratuitous
efforts rewarded, by the most liberal pat
ronage. The season will open Oc'obor 1st with
the Hunch of Keys company, the merits of
which, it Is not necessary to dwell upon, as
tlio piece and company aro well known to
everyone. Fred Ward with mi entire new
company has booked for three nights, giv
ing probably four Shakespearian treats, to
include a matinee.
Among tho ninny other combinations
which will appear during tho senson may
be mentioned the Mouutain I'lnk Co.; Hid
den Hand Co.; Mattio Williams troop;
Romany Rye; Lizzie Evans: C. O. Richard
son; Tho Bandit King Combination; Fatta
Ross; Only a Woman's Heart; Lizzie May
Ulmer; Now Orleans Minstrels; Ranker's
Daughter; Tony Denier, llumpta Dumptu,
new version; Mollio Vickers; Rertha Wel
by, nothing better on tho stage; Milton
Noblos; Jane Coomb, possessed of tho finest
wardrobe, and said to bo one of the most
beautiful women on the stnge. Sho has
Just returned from a threo yeats tour of
Australia and the antipodes; the great New
York sensation, Silver King; The Chanfraus
with entiro new rcpetoire; Only a Farmers
Daughter, a baautiful drama, which has
had magnificent runs throughout tho coun
try last season; W. II. Bishop; Ktorm
Beaton, another eiiBtern sensation well
ktiown to theatro goers; Pock's Bad Boy;
Hoop of Gold; Planter's Wife and Monte
In addition to the attractions, there will
be other companies wh ihavo applied for
datas, but have hot yet booked.
Wo shall have more to y about this in
the course of a few days.
Among tho exiles In tho Island of
Saghnliun, Eastern Siberia, tho follow
ing custom prevails: If a mau wishes
to get married, he applies to tho Gov
ernor, who forthwith selects ono of tho
female prisoners whom tho candiduto
for holy matrimony is expected to
'keep company" for two or throo days.
If at tho conclusion of this term tlio
malo party declares to tho Govornor
that tho lady selected is not to his mind,
ho rocoives twenty-fivo blows with a
Btick, and another brldo is chosen for
him and bo on. Tho samo courso Is
adopted with the femalo prisoners who
are in search of husbands. Thcso
matches are termed "official mar
rlngos,"or tho "Governor's mitrrlngos,"
and aro not followed by nny religious
coremouy. IrkuUh Sioir.
I'M) I'AH Ooiu'l Avo.
haves full and complete lino of
i muss (joods,
Linen t.oods, Dusters, Notions, Ktc.
A lievy Hlork l llmly llrumitili, Taper
tritit ami lucrum
A full itlork of 1)11 Cloth, all ami prh-c.
All (ItxxU nt llottuin I'rlncal
K A. r.tlllNHTT,
Hook ii ml
7H Ohio Lovco.
Roiiwl-Uole IVrloralor. K:
I'riet's lu'conling to Style utid Uiuility
of I'liper, .special discount on lar
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Letter IIoihIh f III) to 5 fi0
Hill Mends a 75 to -I 01)
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Packet Note Heads .'I 00 to i 00
Monthly Statements ' fit) to II fit)
Business ('aids U r,o j 4 00
KnvelopoH (high cut lis).... 'i 00 to II Ml
Knvelopes (high cut (Pj)... J r0 to 4 00
Shipping Tiih a Titl io ;i fid
Hills Lading -1 50
Checks, Orders mid Receipts
(10 books) !l M) to 4 TiO
Dodgers, all colors, (single
thousand) (I x !) 2 50
Dodgers, Ox I 'J (single thou
sand) ;i 00
Wedding Inviliitl lis 50 to 7 00
Ball Invitations J 00 to 5 00
Ball PnuiramnicH 'J 50 to 5 00
Posters, VI X IS (',' sheet) 100 'J 50
" " " 500 4 50
" 18 x iJl (' sheet),
single 100 4 00
" a-l X :i(l Hull shed). . (I 00 per 100
" as x 4a (inuinimilh).. 0 00 per K'O
t tTKM li iiitilltloi'Hl Ml in iioHtern unn 'o two
flollnrH. Hpt'clnl iiiHh on npiiUc nliou for colored
No. lDLCommeiciiil Ave,
tSole Wilt fni the Celebnitetl
and I!A NC..ES.
Mtwiufmliirer uud Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Hh llilr r' Hani warn nnd Carpenter' TnoN, Tah.'o
and I'ockel. Cutlery, Ik-hI In tlio niitrUft. humeri
llro".' I'liiled KnlveM, Forks lino Snoonn, (Iranltu
Iron Wure. Merlin Harllienwhrn, White Mountain
KreeaepH, Water Coolers, Ittifrlerittors, Clnlliim
Wringers, Crown Klulern, Hlri Ladder, (lardeli
luililcmcul, (iolden Slur (Ml move' liext in tint
world, I, inn lm of every tlesi rii tlon. KUIll Oil.
Carpet Sweepers, K allier HiiHlerH, llronniH, W In
flow Screen Wlru Chilli. 1 nil miiuilv ol Klsliinir
The ulioio it kicr boltom prlcen.
Corner IJlli utid Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 1.
NEW YORK STOKK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larg'ist Variety Sine
IN Til M CITY.
(JOODS HOLD VtfKYGLOSK
iNKW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth ftreut I Pal I'll III
Cfininmrclal A vnnnn ' It-
Patrick T. McAlpina,
Mail to rilor.
8th 8t.,bot,. Ohio I.evuo 4 Commercial Ao.
I 1-4 Li
Ropairiui? neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily ltowcrs,
Mr. AMANDA CLARK80N, Agont.
Kwxt Alexander Co. Bank, Hth 8t.
lir-Good Stuck and Trlcta Iicatonable.1
roMte Sale of Unclaimed
TJirrt will b told at pa ll Ic auction for atnrai
and charge, to th hlKOunt and bt bidder, oa
W.dnmday, the loth day of ptembr, 19ttf, at ih
wharf boat of I he lUllniar Phi lip Wharf Boat
Ol, laving moored tathapahlle laadlnf oa th
Ohio llivor oppoali th foot of Slith irrMt, Cairo.
Illlnola, Thimnlotocommerjcuat 10 o'clock, and
eontlinio uiilll all are told or dlivoiod of, !
pmvloualr called firr.
Th following lot nt snnd. ntenill, Ac. whlck
have been In Hiiro and uucallid for mora thaa
twelve month Imi pant, mimlicrud and mrad
a follow vlr. :
Lot No. 1. no mark, 1 boi atov pip. Ac.
II. J a W M.aua, Itrooklvo, Aik, 1 bot
II. Ir.b W, I hrl (tore pip.
4. no mark, I ir.ala beam,
ft. Kluchnr Cairo, I boi II R food. as d
I herlatnad. rail and data,
fl. J. W. I'lilillp, hot 11 1 good.
7, no mark, I ioi lamp. An.
H. J. W. Havanuort, Hamphli, 1 bdl
i arivam and ahow.
II. no mark, I box gla.
10. f.x Sir Virgin l.uii. I drag aaw.
11. Agt.N. IV If. show, Cairo, I bos
I J .Imi Arrimtrong, (Ir cinvlll. I brl Boar
11, M C. Adaina, Cairo,! brl mineral
I I, no mark. I boi plow poind.
IX 1'eter Kuinaii, Taiarkana, 1 bos
in II., I lot llollowar.
1?. II.., vtiuianiavlllti, o.,l box dry
IS. no mark, t hoi frani.
III. H. II. Uoiierta, Moiillcollo, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c liuiiev.
m i' . nil
Hiiuii. Port vVortk.T!. 1
HI. II., Holly Hprlnva, MIm., 1 brl bot
tle. a. II .v. CMIIInirn, Ky.. I hal batting.
t!H. no mark. owing machine
VI. Jan. Illl, lillln, III., Ipr ham.
H no mark, 4 lidl,(4doa waililioarda.)
ill. I.lvliiyaion ,t Co., Iron founder,
fit I Ini ru , 1 hot ipple oarer.
'.'7, It . A. Kldd.l hntfUaki.
US. Han I'helan, Vlckurg, 1 bdl (
C II. W I wash aland.
:io. Mary Nampl, Calyert City, 1 bos
II II vood.
:il. M mi t li llro (Talro, Mini II It good.
:i.'. Hiorrull A llella, IKcaoli, Ark., 1 bos
II II good
III. Wm. Helil.dooie Inland, I bin gun.
III. I . T.Travl, Illg I'ond, Ark., I hx.
Hi. W. S tlaaklll, Cairo, 1 bos U II
:m MIh Kale rolnla, Cairo, 1 bos.
V, Kolhclillila it' o., Cli..,O..I boi.
I'M no mark, boxe paper pall
I'M It. I.. Aiken, Kvuniivillo.lnil., 1 bos
'in. no murk, 1 bin II II good.
41. MA. It , Clinton, Ky., I box in off.
4'. M I' , 1 lllireim.
II. K. VV. ). Thompnn, Ldg, 1 bot gin
ger an p.
II. It. W. It , Thompaon Ldg, 1 bos
1'., K.W. I)., Thompaon Ldg., I bos
III. K.W. I), Thonuaoii Ldg., 1 bog
17. K. W. II.. Thompaon Ldg., 1 bos
IH K.W. I), Thoinpaoli Ldg., 1 batt
l i IC. vv. I)., Tliompeou Ldg., brl
Mi. I'i. W. I)., Thorn mon Ldg, M brl
M. IC W. I)., Thompaon Ldg., Vi br)
r.J. K.W. !., Thornpeon Ldg., t bos
r.:l. K. W. I).. Tl peon Ldg., Mo., 1
M. K. W. !., Thompaon Ldg., Mo., 1
r.5. IC. w. I)., Thompaon Ldg., Mo., 1
hoi brandy churrlua.
Ml. K. W. I)., Thompaon Ldg., Mo., 1
7. H. ,1 Hunp'on, Luke Charlei, Mil.,
Fi liojoa tobacco.
TH. no mark, 1 hot II II good.
Mi. do 1 box mdao,
no. do do
III. do do
ill. do H Inl C. U. aalta.
III. A. II., New Madrid, 1 huimU.
III. no mink, I trunk inline.
r.r. It, T. A Sun, lleelfnot, 1 box Cindy,
(ill. I'. ,fc IC, Itunklui Ldg,, Mln.,lkutt
(17, (ino W. Craig, caro. On Fowler,
I. 8. Iloiiaeiiiun, Arnion Co., Bt. Lonli
lo hdli a cotton aacka.
till, no mark. I box b ulng paddle.
7i'. do li butt tobacco.
71. N. Hu nny Hide, I Imgcoiruo.
Ho do U hrl Migar.
II. M. C. McNnlrv, fit. Charle, Ky., I
box amid lea.
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp chlmnlea.
71. A. Kuhn, Mllloklna Hind, I bos
7'i. no murk, 1 box aundrlea.
'ill. s. Niiviuo, Llttlu itock, 1 brl glaaa
ware. 77. i n mark. 2 bucket bar ator.
7" do 1 Inn liar atore.
W do do
m. do do
si. do do
N.. do do
si. do do
ai. do do
m. J. H. N., 1 box bar atore.
Kil. do do
H7 do ilo
Ha. d i do
ItutlBf A Haft, Holly Itetrcat, Mlia.l
box medic. n.
In i. J. II. Cavanera, Monterey, Ark, 1
box flro cracker,
til. no mark, I bdlu wagon rod,
tn!. do I brl glaaawar.
ill. K. H. Aiken, Kvamyille, I box
III. I) D .laynoA Hun, Pblla., 1 bos
M),rp. McKeowu & Pond, 2 boxe ltOY Hi
tore. IK1. J no. ilolden, lllandvtlle, Ky., 1 bos
H7. no mark, 10 black vallio.
VS. do 1 trunk.
Mi. ,. . Ilray, 1 trunk.
I II. K J plow.
In). Kuaaul, lllrd't Point, J plawi.
I'M. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy bad, and
1 box evarTnl.
TIIK I1ALLI1UY & I'UlLLll'a WilABF-BOAT
( :alro. II I ., Aug, nth. 1881.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tb
Law or iniij.
NocceMor to Widow and Orphan Mainal A,td So
ciety, organizoc July 4tn, 1S77, aaaar
thu lawa of 1878.
JOHN II. HOIHNHON fraaldeai
WM. 81 KATi' N Vlce-Prtaldnt
J. A. (JOLuSTINK ..Traaror
C. W. UUNIXI m. Medical Advtaar
THOMAS LEWIS SecNtar)
BOARD OF DIUECTOUS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, Rtration A Bird, rro-rt, Cairn, 111.
J. A. Goidatlne, olUoldatlne A Hoenater, wbolt
ale and retail dry good;C. W. Dnnning, M. D.;
Free. Hd. Med Kx., for Fenalona; Albart Lewi,
commleelon merchant: J. II. Uoblnaon, county
Juilgo an" notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. II. Balrd, city
tieet anpervlior; M. 1'hitltpi, carpenter and bnllo
er; Tboma Lewla, attorney and aecretarr v X.V.
H:erco,attorney at-law, DuQnoln 111.; K. O. Faca
canhler of Centennial Bank, Aahley.Ill,; Albart
llayden, caebler of George Connelly Co., Spring.
Held, III ; U. M Mnnn. attorney-at-law, 1M Ran
dolph atreet, Chicago; Hon. Kobt. A. Hatchar, at-torner-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Letgbton
cashier Firat National Bank, Btuart, Iowa.
The Regnlar Cairo ft Paducah Daily
UENUT K. TAYLOR, Jfuter.
UEOUUB JOBKb, Clerk.
loarea P.tdacah for Cairo dally (Hundaya ep.
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Ratnrtt
lng.leayea Cairo at 4 p.m.; Moand CUyatlp.sa