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Hik DAILV OAIltO BULLKT1N; WEDNESDAY MOliNINU SEDTRMIIKR 1884.
The, Daily Bulletin.
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The Bulletin bas do authority from
ither candidate for Congress to challenge
the other for a joint dubato. But, on be
half of their conatituenis, we demand an
argument between . Captain Thomas and
Mr. Albright, Come, gentlemen, give us
authority to fix the times and places.
The Bulletin has always bad a friendly
feeling for Captain Thomas. We dn not
know whether his fine clothes, or his well
oiled hair have awakened our admiration.
But The Bulletin can not 1st admiration
for a candidate prevent it from telling the
truth about him. And it is the truth that
Captain Thomas did not vote for the pres
ent law against Chinese emigration. No I
he did not, indeed 1 We have looked at
the Congressional Record and the Captain
was, as ubuhI, absent, walking or tiding
out on the banks of the Potomac river, or
having a good time somewhere. So it is,
for some teason Captain Thomas did not
vote for the preterit law against the bring
ing of "Chinese Cheap Labor" to this coun
try; though he was a membar of Congress
at the time, and in Washington jenjoying
Blaine and Irish Voters.
It may be that both the great political
parties are deficient in modesty. At pres
ent we are only concerned about a most re
markable phase of impudence exhibited by
the Republican party in its solicitation of
American citizens of Irish nationality to
vote for Mr. Blaine. The more the subject
is considered and discussed, the more glar
ing the impudence appeared. Let us look
at the milter closely, in the liht of admit
ted facts of histoiy.
In the year 1854 there were only two po
litical parties having anything like a na
tional character: these two parties were the
Jmocratic party and the Know Nothing
party. The Know Nothing party, with
great zeal and much secrecy, perfected a
powerful organization, and distinctly and
boldly proclaimed, as the true "American"
doctrine, the following principles:
1. No Catholic shall hold office.
2. No man of foreign birth shall hold
3. No foreigner shall vote till he has been
21 years in tne United States.
The Democratic party denounced these
three principles of the Know Notning party
as false and pernicious. A great political
battle was fought between the two parties,
and, fortunately for liberty, the Democratic
party was successful, an I "Know Nothing
iaia" was defeated.
During the temporary triumph of the
Know Nothing party, its infernal spirit of
bigotry led to arson and murder in many
parts of the land. "There were then com
paratively few Germans in the United
States. The voters of foreign birth were
mainly Irishmen, and a large percentage of
them were Catholics. Under the evil influ
ences of Know Nothingism, Catholic
churches were burned and Irishmen were
murdered. Such are admitted facts of his
tory. During the bloody reiga of political and
religious bigotry, where was Mr. Blaine?
What was Mr. Blaine doing? lie was in
1854 one of the editors ot a daily newspa
per. Was he denouncing Know Nothing
ism and its fiery and bloody consequences?
The history of his lite tells us he was not.
On the contrary the newspaper which he
partly edited was a rampant organ of the
Know Nothing party. Mr. Blaine was
then in his 25th year, had been a member
of the Legislature, and was old enough to
be held responsible for his acts and opin
ions ot that portion of his life. So much
for the early political life of Mr. Blaine.
Coming down to a very late period in Mr.
Blaine's life history, we find him Secretary
of State the public officer whose special
business it is to look after the foreign af
fairs. And while Mr. Blaine was Secretary
of State, an Irishman named McSweeney,
a naturalized American citizen, while on
a visit to his native land, was arrested upon
mere groundless suspicion, and thrown in
to a British jail. Both he and his wife ap
pealed to Mr. Blaine to secure for him the
peedy trial he was entitled to. But Mr.
Blaine gave no beed to the earnest appeal
of Mr. McSweeney and the piteous cry of
his wife. The same Mr. Blaine is now a
candidate for the Presidency, and we ask
is it not the most brazen impudence to ask
an Irishman to vote for him? And wc
have only told a small part of the facts,
which show Mr. Blaine to be the last pub
lic man in the country for whom an Irish
man shoulh have any sympathy or respect.
Exchange: "Chairman Oberly has
been trying to make arrangements to fuse
with the Greenback-Labor party of Illinois,
and the arrangement seems to be completed
to give that party 7 of the electoral votes of
the State, the Democracy taking the remain
der, which will be 15. It is thought this will
give the State to Cleveland and Hendricks
aud bust Mr. JamcsG. Blaine."
Mr. George Aome, of the exteosivo Co
lumbia River, Oregon, Fish Cannery, writes
that after suffering seven years with rheu
matism, he tried St. Jacobs Oil, the won
derful pain cure and in a short time all
stiffness and soreness of the joints disappeared.
Last night the city council held 'its first
regular meeting this month. All members
Reading of tho minutes of the previous
meeting dispcused with.
Ordinanco providing for an inspection
of weights and measures was laid over, as
was also tho petition of tho Arab firo com
pany for an iucreano of their quarterly al
lowance. Petition of the Wabash company for a
reconsideration of ordinanco requiring tlag
mon to bo stationed at street crossings, wits
laid upon the table.
Repoit of olTtcors were received and
Opinonof corporation counsellor on ques
tion of requiring druggists to pay license
before selling liquors was received nnd or
Commissioner's report on cost of filling
certain streets, referred to coininitteo on
Committee on streets submitted report on
commissioner's report, which was received.
Comptroller was instructed to purchaso
sewer pipe for city sewers.
Committee on streets reported having up
pointed Jno. Hogan street supciintcmlriit.
Report laid over.
Ordinance committee offered ordinance
permitting officers to appoint deputies.
Ordinacc repoited by corporation coun
sellor, refusing runners for business bouses
in the city to takeout license, was read the
Ordinance doclairing tracks of Wabash
road,on easterly and westerly sides of Com
mercial Avenue, above Second Street, to
be a nuisance und requiring their removal,
Finance Committee reported having de
stroyed 123,057.47 in city securities.
Petition of W. li. Gilbert for abatement
of taxes on Bidewalk which he had built at
his own expense, was granted.
Petition of J. B. Reed for permission to
build frame warehouse 20 by 50 feet, on
lots 17 and 18, block 5, in Railroad Addi
tion was permitted.
Salary bill allowed and misscellancous
claims referred to committee on claims.
Motion to discharge health officer refer-
ed to Board of Health. Adjourned.
Summary of Meteorological Record of
lesteruay Afternoon lor this
Sky clear or fair, generally. Barometer
mostly below 30. Ruin reported only from
New Orleans, .53. Thermometer ranged
between 09 and 91.
Toe Bulletin thermometer stood B3
follows at the different hours of the da"
given in the diagram below:
I o ...
04- -0 A.M.
80- -12 M.
81 -0 P.M.
Is it a Spirit .Message.
The mcssngo given below was one of sev
eral obtained upon a s'.nto, at a sitting
with Dr. Henry blade, tho slate-writing
mouiuro, at Mr. Jacob Martin's, last Sun
day afternoon, under tho following condi
tions and-circumstances: Tho slato was a
new one, and was apparently entirely clear
ef any marks ou either side. Tho slato
was laid dowu upon the center of the ta
ble with a bit of pencil underneath. The
room was as light as mid-day. The visit
ors and the Dr. sat around the table, and
each laid his hands on top of the slate.
The Dr. requested the spirit to write a mes
sage, and instuntly the sound of writing
could be distinctly heard under tho slate.
All hands on the slate could be watched,
and, asido from an occasional nervous
twitching of the Dr.'s hands, no movement
could be detected. Tho souud continued
for about five minutes, when several quick
Taps, as with the pencil upon the slate, in
decated that the communication was finish
ed, and upon being turned up, the under
side of the slato bore the following, cover
ing the entire side, closely written in
straight lines, in a very legible hand, and
correct as to spelling and punctuation :
My Dear Sir The evidences of a future
state which the light of reason affords,
though not so clear and decisive as those
which are derived from Divine Revelations,
are worthy of tho serious consideration of
every one in whose mind the least doubt
remains on this important subject. The
Conviction they are calculated to produce,
when attentively weighed, is sufficient to
leave every one without excuso who trifles
with the concerns of his future destiny, snd
overlooks his relations to the eternal world
Though the Dicty is invisible to immortal
eyes, yet his existenco and perfections are
clearly demonstrated by his visiblo opera
tions, and be has not left himself without a
witness to his beneflcience, in every age,
"in hid giving tain ftom heavens and fruit
ful seusons, and filling our hearts with
gladness." - In like manner, though tho re
alities of a future world arc not presented
directly to the eyo of our sense, yet the
faculties with which mail is endowed,
when properly exercised on all tho physical
and moral scenes which the univemo dis
plays, are sufficient to evince the high de
gree of probability, if not absolute cer
tainty, that his duration and his sphere of
action are not confined to tho narrow limits
of the present world, but have it relation
to a future and an immortal existence.
I am, William Leic."
Tho Klono of tho Ki'pult tier.
Seldom lmvo I been so interested in
an nntiqnlty ns I was In tho door of
this royal cemetery. To tho left of
this holo wan n groove, in which a
tuonster block of granite, shuned liko
n millstone, fitted quito Kiiugly. Ono
inan from bolow could roll this stono
over tho portal, if ho was Initiated; but
10t could not movo'it if they knew not
tho art. A low, dark passage, scarce
ly Inrgo enough to admit n man, led to
t h is ancient but ingenious door, nnd
was tho only avenuo by w hich it could
bo opened prior to tho excavations of
our Own times. Tho mouth of this so
crot passago was neatly closed with iv
trap door, placed on tho vory brink of
n pit. Only thoso thoroughly acquaint
ed wjth the plaeo could over havo de
tected tho methods of entrance. Kvl
dciitly grave ghouls wero foarod in
those days, nnd hero ns much now ns
in your own land.
Now I cau undersfnnd liow the stono
was "rolled nway" from tho door of
tho Lord's sepulchor! Now I can un
derstand why "that other disciple"
stoopod down nnd looked into tho
Wo onlcred tho holo with lighted
candles, and prowlod around to our
hearts' content in tho niagnificont
apartments of rock beyond. Tho chis
el marks on tho wall woro ns fresh ns
if they had been niado yesterday, savo
whoro tourists, yearning after choap
immortality, havo used eandlo flames
to smoko thoir names upon tho stono.
There appeared to bo four largo cham
bers, with numerous apses hown ous
for tho reception of one, two or throo'
bodies. Of eourso tho sarcophagi and
most of tho doors havo long ninco
yielded to tho onslaughts of timo and
Christian vandals. Ono sarcophagus
is still exhibited at tho Louvre, I bo
liovo. Mr. Fioyd told mo of n touching
tragody which occurred somo twenty
years ago in thoso tombs. A party got
to joking as to tho amount of courage
it would requiro to visit tho tombs nt
the dead of night, alone, without a light.
A wager of ono pound was tho result,
nnd ono supposedly bravo man agrood
to come Hint night and stick his Knifo
into a log of wood that was doposited
in an inner chamber for this purpose
Night camo. Tho party accompanied
tho man to a grovo near by with, lan
terns, examined his knife, nnd then
wailod whilo ho mado tho doscent.
Ten, fifteen, twenty minutos passed,
but tho man did not return. Tho oth
ers then beeamo alarmed nnd went in
search for him. Tiioy found him fu
tho nppointod vault, lying over tho log
in question dead!
An investigation dovelopod tho fact
that tho knifo was still sticking in tho
log, but had passed through ono of tho
mans coat tails. It was pitch dark, nnd
doubtless tho man had becomo fright
ened almost to distraction as ho crept
to the log. In this excited condition it
is supposod that ho stuck tho knifo
through his garment. Theu, when ho
nroso, and was suddenly pulled back,
it is hardly a wonder that lifo departed
out of him from shoer terror.
Undoubtedly these subtorranoan cav
ities wero onco tho tombs of great men;
but scholars differ as to tho antiquity
they represent. Somo throw them
back to tho timo of David, whilo others
maintain that they aro not more an
cient than tho Ilerodian age. As near
nI can learn tho mnjorityof thinkers
inclino to tho belief that tho tombs
wero constructed by Helena, tho wid
owed Queen of Monolmzus, Kin" of
Adiabano, during tho timo of tho fam
ine predictod by Agabu.a in tho days of
Claudius Cmsa'r. Jerusalem Cor. Now
Tho immigration is enormous. though
tho Italians aro far tho largest clement.
Tho railways, too, aro increasing, and
paying wonderfully; tho Southern lino
shares aro nt a largo premium now,
nnd tho Rabin Blanca country will bo
opened up in a few months by their
new branch. A town is springing up
there, and tho Pacific steamers will
soon call thoro regularly. Things in
deed go very fast ahead in Buenos Ay
res. Now that I havo soon something
of both countries I can quito understand
why tho Argentines are going ahead so
fast, and Brnzil is not, especially as
tho former government encouragos for
eign immigration far moro than tho
Brazilians. I do not, however, think
there is any coal in the republic, which
seems to mo tho ono thing they want
Their agricultural future must bo very
great. Tho climato is splendid; now,
of course, being midwinter, it is very
cold, but it is a ploasnnt, bracing cold,
nnd first rate, 1 believe for any ono
whoso chest is not very stroug. Bue
nos Ayres has ono groat drawback in
the shallowness of the water in its riv
er, for whou tho water is low tho largo
steamers cannot go within sight of tlio
town, and everything must bo tran
shipped into lighters and again into
carts to bo landed, and so of course ev
erything imported is necessarily dear.
But they aro drodging out a harbor,
and Kosario up tho Parana is growing
enormously; largo steamers can got up
there, as thero is a fair channel in tho
center of tho rivor, although thoy can
not get to Buonos Ayres. It struck mo
as so curious soeing horses and carts
going apparently fur out to sea to meet
boats. Another thing that must strike
every visitor is tho absenco of great
Ioverty. .1 never saw a person drosscd
n rags or apparently a paupor
whilo in tho country. There is ev
idently great competition in trndo, and
tho population is very cosmopolitan.
Ouo hears every language spoken.
Business and Measure in Brazil by U.
Legal Rliinku Kept For Sule
at Tiik IUllktin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Kstiite Mortgage,
KxoculioiiH, Summons, Venire,
Garnisheu Blanks, Ac.
Tho Hope of the Nation.
Children, blow in development, puny,
scrawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, (lirard, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend your Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tiro satisfaction and aro rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and brst
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify tho
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
can afford to be without them. They will
save liuiiiln ds of dollars in doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (II)
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is
quickly relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn nod all other bilious troubles;
25cts., large bottle. At drugyists. ()
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The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, itnd all Skin Kruptionu, and positively
curCs Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
"Hough on Pain "
Cures colic, cramps, (liarrluea; external
ly for aches, pains, sprains, headache, neur
algia, ihciimatism. For man or beast. 25
and 50 cents.
If You Do!
I f you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a bouse,
Advertise in Tub Cairo Kuli.ktin.
Prompt relief in sick headache, dizziness,
nausea, constipation, tain in the side, etc.,
guaranteed to thoso using Carters Little
Liver Pills. One pill a dose. 25c.
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. K. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lung lever
and absceHd on lungs, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did mo so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, found myself onco moro a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain in flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a freo trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Largo tiottlcR $1.00.
"Kongh on Pain" Planter;
Porous and strengthening, improved, tho
bcht lor Imckaclic, pains m chest or side,
rheumatism, neuralgia. 25 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 5
New Flokknck, Mo., August 17th, 1883.
Fifteen years past I have kept constantly
on hand for use in my family Merrell's Fe
male tonic, Merrell's Penetrating Oil and
Cardial, ami Merrell's Cough Balsam. I
think these remedies have srved me many
doctor bills and I would not bo without
tllcm. Thos. J. Powkll,
Att'y for Wabash, St. L. & P. R. R. Co.
Euiu Wrought in tho Forest.
now depressing it is to see acres of trees
cut down in the midst of a noble forest,
How saddening it is to also sec that thin
spot in tho midst of your otherwise abun
daut hair. Stop it at once by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam. For uctual efficien
cy this famous article stands at the head of
its class. Elegant for the toilet, delicious
in odor, and restores the original color to
gray or faded hair. Economical, as a slight,
occasional application keeps the hair uud
Bcalp in perfect order.
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and h-. 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
lievo tho poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Dopend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistako about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlxea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
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is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
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nurses and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2H cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lico of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, arc thousands ot
acres ot tho 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 make up your mind to go anA
see for yourself when you learn that tbo crop
for 1883 is (50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To thoso purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
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St. Louis, Mo.
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ST. CLA11A ACADEMY
In Diavnlflcently allualitd In tho rnnthorn part ol
Wlftconnln. I'uplln arriving at Dubuque, Kant Du
buque or Galena, III , may telephone to Academy
for co ivcyauce. For further particulars apply fur
catalog. HT. C'l.AK A ACADEMY,
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the mairalflcent kM of ex-Uov. W'tnhburn, Maill
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educational advantage. T.Hhim.
C lIKSTElt 2:id yi-ar open a September in. A
Military C'ollK with University l'uwera Depart
Dienia It: i lvll Knglneerlnir, ChomlMry ( lastlcs
and Kngllnh. Circular of Capt . W. 1'. Milllilay
and N. II. Ttimtlcwond, and of Mennri P. W. Bur
clay, Charlea Oalllgher and It. II. Cnnnlnuliani, of
thi city, orof COL l llliu. li YAIT, fiealdent.
For a Limited K umber of Boarders.
1855. Aubnrn.N. Y.
Facilities for a thorough and accomplished edu
cation, beautiful surroundings; brat sanitary ap
potntmonls, and remilar rarnage-rldlng.
Catalogue, with Patron Testimonial and Kef
crences from Western State, on application to .
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Ono or tho oldest school In tho Wot. KepnUtlon
a a first class school nnqueailoncd. Superior ad
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Music, Drawing. Tainting and Modern Languages,
Open September 181 h. For catalogue, apply to
MISS UAKK1ET N. UASKELL, Principal.
Public Salo ol Unclaimed
Ther will be sold at tululo auction for atoraga
and charges, to Hit highest and best bidder, on
U'sdneaday, th loth day of September, at iha
Wharf boat of I ho llalllrtay Phi lips Wharf Boat
IV, Uvlng moornil la the public landing on tliw
Ohio lliver oppnilti the foot ofHIXth trreet, Cairo,
Illinois, The sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
continue until all an-sold or disposed of, unless
previously railed dir.
The following lot of guild, utensils, Ac, which,
havnbemiln store and uncalled for more than
twelve months last pat, numbered and marxed
a follows viz:
Lot No. I. no mark, 1 box toe pipe, Ac,
II. .Ins W Msans, llrooklyn, Ark, 1 box
a. J' W, I lirl stovepipe.
I. no mark, I scale beam.
r. Klueher Cairo, I box II If good, tod
I hi'dsleail, rails and slats.
I. .1. W. Phillips, I box II II goods.
7, no mark, I hoi lamps, Ac.
8. . I. W. Davenport. Memphis, 1 bill
canvass and show.
'I. no mark. I box glass.
10. Kx Hlr Vlrgte l.e.i, l drag saw.
11. Agt. . P . II. Know, Cairo, 1 hoi
I J. Joe Armstrong, Or envllle. I lirl Hour
I I. M C. Adams, Cairo, I lirl uilnoral
I I, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter Human, Texarkana, I box
II 11,1 lol llollonaro.
IT. I.L., m llllnnisvllle, o ,1 box dry
P. no marg, I box frame.
III. N. O. Hubert, Mmitlcello, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c linni'vs
'.11. M l Hup... port vVorlb, Texa, I
VI. II , Holly Hpilnvs, Miss., I lirl bot
'.','. II (.'., Mill. urn, Ky. I bale batting.
no iiuirk , 'ewlng li hllie.
'I. .Ia II. 'II, (Him, 111., pr names.
M i. no mark, 4 tulles, CJ doa wmliiii, arils.
'.il l.lvlni'sioii x Co., Iron founder,
Plllshurg, I box apple purer.
J?. K A. K l.l.l, 1 I, in lU.ks.
JH. I i.i.i l-helan, Vickshurg, 1 I, ill il
till. C II. W., 1 wash stand.
Ml Mnry Hample, Calyert City, I box
II II on s.
Ml. Hunt li Urns Ualro, I box II II good,
ill. Hiorrell it Hell., Osceola, Ark., I box
II II guild
:il. Win. Held, Oooait Island, 1 box gun.
III. 'I'. T.Travis, lllg Pond, Ark., I hex.
fl.. W. H (lasklll, Cairo, 1 box II II
'M. Miss Kale Point,, Cairo, 1 box.
'17, Itullielilld Ik i ii., I'll.., (.,1 box.
.'M no lunik, il boxes paper pall
Jit It. I. Aiken, Kvuiisville, hid., 1 box
in. no murk, I box II II goods.
'II. M A. It., Clinton, Ky., I box snolT.
4'. M, P., I bureau.
II IC. W. l. Thompson, l.dg, 1 box gin
ger n in
.l. K. W. k , Thompson Lilg, 1 box
4'.. K.W. I)., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
lii. IC. W. IL, Tl iiiann Ldg , 1 box
il. '.. W. I).. Thompson Ldg., 1 box
IH IC. W. I., Thompson Ldg., I bull
lul. .11' o.
h IC. W. Il . Thompson Ldg., i brl
r.n. K. W. D., Thompson Ldg , S rl
til. IC W. I)., Thoinptoii Ldg., brl
M. K. W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
lirsn.lv pea. lies.
M. IC. W. II , Tl pson Ldg., Mo., 1
r. I . K. W. II., Thompson ,dg., Mo., 1
r..Y K. W, I)., Thompson Ldg , Mo., I
box brandy cherries.
m. IC. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
! 7. K. ,1. rllmpson, I. nit ii Charles, Ml.,
ti boxes toliacro,
rH. no mark, I box II II goods,
r.u. do I box mdne,
II' i. do do
HI. do do
Hi. do S brl O. (). salts.
111. A. II., New Mndrld, I box initio,
flt. no maik, I trunk mdso.
Iiri It. T. ,V Hon, Koelfiuit, 1 box randy.
W. P. . IE., ICaiiktiis Lilg., Mill., 1 but
lit. Oeo W. Craig, care, (lus Fowler,
I ale muse.
liK. Houseman, Armon it Co., Hi. I. mils
o hilli s rotlon sacks,
till, no mark. 1 box b ulng paddle.
do 2 butt tobacco.
71. H. Hillinv Hide, I bagcoll'ce.
do do '. brl sugar.
7. M. C. McNalrv, St. Charles, Ky., I
box lend les.
71 no mark, I brl lump clilrnnles.
74. A. Kalin, Mllleklns llend, I box
7.1. no mark, 1 box sundries.
70. H, Navaro, Little Hock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no mark, 3 bucket bar stores.
7h. do 1 box bar stores.
711. do do
Hit. do do
HI. do do
tW. do do
HI. do do
HI. do do
H.Y J. H. N., 1 box bar atores.
He. do do
H7 do do
H. d i do
!). Ilntler A lluir, Holly Itetreat, Mil.
box medic. ne.
IK). J II. Cavaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box Are crackers.
III. no i ark, 1 bdlu wagon rodl.
W. do 1 brl glassware.
M. It. N. Aiken, Kvausv'.lle, t boxes
ague medtcli 0.
III. I) I) Jsyne.t Hon, Plilla , 1 box
05. Mi Ki own & Pond, 2 boxes stova Al
lures. W. Jno. Holden, lllnndvllle, Ky., 1 box
sua I boots.
07 no nmrk, HI hi ckvallius.
IM. do 1 trunk.
m. .1 II ra., 1 trunk.
I 0. K .9 plows.
II I. Ituiwl, lllrd'r Point, S plows.
VU. A., Cairo, 1 hox buggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
TIIR IIALLIDAY PHILLIPS WUAKPIIOAT
Cairo, III., Aug. Mh, W.
T II IS
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tbe
Law of 1883. .
.Successor to Widow and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized Juiy 4th, 1877, under
the laws of 1872.
JOHN II. HOIIINSON Vrertdent
WM. 8THAT r iN Vlce-Prtldent
J. A. UOLi'STINK -...Treasurer
(!. W. DD.NNI.NU Medical AdTieer
TIIOMAS LEWIS Secretar
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fob 1st YEAR.
Wm. Miration, Strntton A Bird, groiera, Cairo, 111.
J. A. boldetlne, ofUoldetlne A Kosonwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. D. ;
Prei. lid. Med. Kx., for Pension; Albert Lewi,
commission merchant; J. II. Koblnion, county
lodge and notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agont; R. II. Balrd, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K.V.
P:crce,attorney-at-law, UnQnoln 111.; B.C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashler. 111. ; Albert
llayden, cashier of Qeorge Connelly 4 Co., Spring
Held. Ill ; B. H. Mann, attorn ey-at-law, 1S6 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kobt. A. Batcher, at-tornev-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier First National Bank, btuart. Iowa.
The Regular Cairo ft Padncah Daily
Bi GUS FOWLER
HBNRT K. TAYLOR, Mter.
UKOKOK JOBEs, Clerk.
leaves F.tdacth for Cairo dally (Snndayi except
ed) at li.ni., and Mound Cltr at 1 p. m. Bsjtnra
log, leave Cairo at 4 p.m.! Mound City all p.