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TRANSMISSION THROTJQH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Fire deitroyed the stave factory of
Messrs Daugbcrty and Wilson, at Mound
City, last f veiling. It broke out in one of
too drying apartments near the smoke
tack, and when discovered it bad made
considerable headway. Mound City has
no portable fire engino that can be used
and the only means the people thcro bad
of lighting the flames wero buckets of wa
ter and a little steam pump in Meyer &
Nordman's furniture factory, and for this
latter not enough hose was on hand to
reach the firi'. In this dilemma Cairo was
appealed to and Mayor Unl'.iday responded
promptly. The signal wis given and the
Cairo fire department turned out in full
force, but the Arabs only went up by the
"cannon ball" train on the Wabash, taking
the "Little Arab and two lidao carts on a
flat car. One of Messrs. Halliday's tugs,
with a pump boat generally stationed at
the coal dump, also went up. When they
arrived at the fire the factory was all gone
and large heaps of staves and lumber in tlio
yard were being devoured , by the flames.
The pump boat got first water on the lire
and did effective work thenceforth, Tbo
engine found some difficulty in finding wa
ter, and soon after it got to work at one of
the large cisterns of the furniture factory,
the nozzle broke in seme way and work
had to cease. About this time the Deltas
arrived witb their engine, on a special train,
and in a few hours the fire was extinguish
ed. Nearly all the belts and tho saws, and
much of the lighter machinery, wero re
moved from tbo .burning factory and saved.
The estimated value of the factory was
$23,000. Insurance $6,500 in companies
represented by Mr. II. II. Candee, of this
city. The institution was a very import
ant one for our sister city. It was built
only about two years ago; employed fifty
hands within and about an equal number
out doors, getting out lumber. It turned
out 25,000 staves per day, or material for
1,500 complete barrels every day. Mr.
Daugherty was in this city when the fire
occurred and received the news by tele
graph. . .
The Teacher's Institute.
The Teacher's Institute which has been
in session since last Monday, closed yes
terday at noon. The exercises were con
ducted by Prof. Reeder, of the faculty of
the Normal University of Bloomington.
The Professor made a fine impression
among bis class by the admirable manner
in which be explained and .elucidated his
methods of teaching, and be certainly im
parted new and progressive ideas to tbo
teachers and others who were so fortunate
as to attend the Institute.
. The exercises yesterday consisted of a
drill in the elements of reading, arithme
tic and language and were of an exceed
ingly interesting character. The teachers
present were hopeful that the Professor
could remain all week, but he was com
pelled to return home as business of im
portance demanded bis attention there.
Of the 63 teachers in the county but 10
were in attendance, and of those but five
were.Cairo teachers. Tho teachers who
were not present certainly missed a rare
treat, an occasion of great profit as well as
interest. The following teachers were
present yesterday, viz: Miss Lizzie M.
Sbeppard, Miss N. J. McKee, Miss Jennie
Bchutter, Miss Mattte Allen and Mr. Reed
Green of next years corps of Cairo teach
ers; and Misses Jennio and Maud Warwick
Miss Rowling, Miss Clodfelter and Mr.
Vick, of the county schools. Among others
present were Mrs. Hacker, Mrs. Lohr, and
Mrs. Gibbs, County Superintendent.
Some one has declared concait worse
than consumption, and the comparison is a
true one. Many are the "conceited" who
cry down legitimate remedies, and who de
lude suffering humanity, wIiobo only salva
tion is the immediate use of Dr. Bull's
Summary of Meteorological itecord of
Yesterday Afternoon for this
Sky generally clear. Barometer below
80 in the north and northeast. Rain re
ported from St. Paul, .08; Vicksburg, .91;
New Orleans, .13. Thermometer ranged
between 73 and 04.
The Bulletin thermometer stood at
, tollows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
70- -6 A.M.
88- -12 M.
86- -0 P.M.
About 0 o'clock last night, as the special
train which had taken the Delta engire to
Mound City, returned, and when near
Thirty-second street, a boy named Jno.
Henry Smith jumped from one of tho flat
cars, fell on tho track and was killed.
The train was moving at tho ruto of
probably twenty-five miles per hour. At
the point where tho boy jumped olT the
street was several feet higher than the
track, the track having not yet been raised
to tho raised level. It whs quite dark, and
it seems tho boy was not aware el tho con
dition of tho street. Ho jumped olf in
spite of tho protests of those near him, but
failing to gain a footing on tup of tho
bank, he fell back under the wheel. One
fiat car, tho tender and engine passed over
him and ran about a rquaro before it was
stoppod and run back. The boy's mangled
romaius lay strewn about the truck. One
leg and aim were cut ofF iiu his head was
mashed to a jolly.
Tho boy was the sou of a widowed moth
er who is employed at tho boarding house
on tho corner of Thirty-secoud street and
Commercial avenue, to wbero the gsstly
remains were conveyed.
After Tweuty Years.
Milkot, Mifjlin Co., Penna. Mrs.
John Gemmill, in 1804 injured her spine
and was partially paralyzed tor nearly
twenty years. Sho was advised to uso Bt.
Jacobs Oil, tho conqueror of pain. Tho
first application gavo instantaneous relief.
Before the second bottle was exhausted she
Fuss and Feathers but no
From tho N. Y. Eyenlng I'oit, Ang.2CJ.
Thero was no answer undo to Mr.
Schurz's damaging speech at tho Blaino
Brooklyn meeting last evening, but a
"beautiful floral helmet, topped with a
white floral plume," was displayed from
tho stage, and was greeted with liowla of
delight. When the presiding officer pro
nounced tho names of Blaino and Logan,
he paused, glanced nervously to tho right
and left, and then curtains wero drawn
back and portraits of tho candidates were
revealed,1 amid fresh howls. After these
demonstration of "enthusiasm." Stewart L.
Woodford came forward and said that he
had never favored Mr. Blaine's nomination,
but being a good Republican and having a
low opinion of the Democratic party, ho
should support Blaine for the Presidency.
Then Senator Hawley made a long speech
of nearly two hours' duration about the Re
publican party, including a flvo minutes'
defense of Blaine, which we have treated
elsewhere. Then Judg Foraker made a
speech. When is the earnest speaking for
Blaine to begin? It cannot bo possible
that his managers hope to elect him by this
kind of campaigning.
You Would Be Very Foolish To
Order or Buy any
Solid Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
Music Boxes, Cutlery,
Jewelbt, or Lamps,
Without first sending six cents for postage
and receiving tho magnificently illustra
ted catalogue of the
MERMOD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust St., St. Lnuis.
When in St. Loui3 call on them. (2)
Stages of the lliver.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 11 feet 1
inch. Rise during previous twenty-
four hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanooga, Sept. 3. River 2 feet 3
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 3. River 4 feet 2
inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 3. River 3 feet 3
inches and (ailing.
Nashville, Sept. 3. River 2 ft 0 inch
Pittsburg, Sept. 3. River 3 foot 5 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, Sept. 3. River 13 ft 6 inch
es and falling.
"Willing To S.-U Him.
A Louisville physician hii3 a pet
monkey, Jocko, which always took
great delight in watching tho ladies
painting and powdering their faces,
says tho Times of that city. Ono Sun
day after the family had gono to
church, Jocko got a can of green paint
and a brush, hopped into the dressing
bureau and painted himself from head
to tail. Tho doctor's wifo, who thinks
a great deal of the pet, got a pint of
turpentino and tried to wash tho paint
oft. He stood tho oporation heroically
until the turpentine began to Boak into
his hido. Then, with ono wild bound
and a horrible screech, ho sprang
about fifteen feot in tho air and struck
on tho kitchen roof, over chimney tops,
along tolograph wires, down a polo
and went tearing around tho block as
though pursued Ty a cyclone. Return
ing to the house he made war upon tho
doctor, for whom by the way, ho hasn't
much lovo, and before the contest end
ed the doctor's hand was badly lacer
ated. The doctor offers $25 to anybody
who will steal the monkey.
Arsone Houssaye has a mania for
building ehateaus." Ho now has seven
at Beaujon and is building an eighth.
Ihe seven were named respectively tho
houses of "Yonth," Lovo," Knowl
edge," "Family," Ronown,',Wealth,,
and Wisdom." Tho eighth which ho
is now building, is the house ' of
Death," and will be the mausoleum
in which its author's dust will bo
UAIKO BULLETIN: THUttSDAY MOKNINO SEPTEMBEK I, 1884.
A Now Biirtticnl Lamp.
Ono of tho newest adaptations of
electric illuminations Is in tho sbnpoDf
n very small lantern, which can bo
introduced Into tho mouth, throat, and
In somo cases, tho stomach, for tho
purposo of aiding surgical and dontal
operations which cannot bo carried on
without light and for which it has boon
extremely difficult horotoforo to obtain
light by mirrors or other moans. Ex
periments have been making for somo
years to portent apparatus of this kind.
Sinco 1881 K. T. Star, an export in
oloctrical sclonco, has boon working
at intervals upon minuto oloctrical
lamps, and at ltut succeeded in gottiug
highly satisfactory results. Putonts
havo boon obtained. The instrument
has been critically oxnminod by dentists
and Btirgoons and has already boon
used In practice
Tho lamp primarily consists of a
dolicato glass bulb, from which tho air
has been withdrawn and as nearly a
perfect vacuum created as possible
l'hu bulb varies in shapo, being
spheroidal, flat and compuss-shapod,
and also cylindrical, with a conical
termination. Through tho thin walls
of tho lantern ruu tho conducting wires,
connected by a carbon aro, on which
tho electricity centres, and which thus
bocomos tho place of light. Tho glass
Uuitorn is very small, tho cylindrical
shaped boiug scarcoly half nn inch in
length, and with a diamotor not nearly
so great as that of an ordinary load
poucil. The compass-shapod lamp is
about ono-quarter of an inch thiok, and
has a diameter of an inch, whilo tho
sphoroldal seems scarcoly larger than
a good sized pea. Tho lamp is at
tached to a handle, from sovou to nino
inches long, nnd about half an inch
thick, through which run tho wires con
necting with tho battery. Tho hundlo
nnd tho lamp can bo soparatod, nnd
thus but ono handlo is necessary for
uso with tho different forms of tho
lamps. Tho intensity of tho power,
and honco tho brilliancy of tlto aro of
light, can bo rogulatod by moving
along tho handlo a ring which connocts
with tho wires. Tho handlo has sovoral
joints and its positions can bo arranged
m almost any way so ns to adapt it to
tho shapo of the cavity which it is pro
posed to illuminate. Mirrors can also
bo fastonod to tho lamp and light ro
lloctod to places whero tho lamp can
not bo introducod. To provout tho
too groat diffusion of light nnd tho
radiation of boat, tho lamp may bo
partially covorcd with a hard rubbor
or gutta-percha enso.
When tho lamp is placod in tho mouth
of a patient ovory portion of tho throat,
even to tho lowost parts, and every re
cess of tho upper placos can bo plainly
soen. TI1I3 will grontly fucilitato tho
work of surgery and dontlstry, and cn
ablo an operator to concoivo a much
moro thorough diagnosis of a caso than
tho uso of any other moans previously
known, l'lacod behind tho tooth, tho
Intense light renders not only tho tooth,
but oven tho gum above, highly tran
sparent. If tho tooth are good and uu
decayod, no linos will bo visible but
tho prosenco of a tilling or of the mero
beginning of decay may at onco be soon.
Whon tho lamp is placod within tho
mouth and tho lips aro closed, tho entiro
front structure of tho mouth is brought
to view. Tho bono and tooth forma
tions aro easily discoverable nnd evon
tho interior of tho nasal passages. In
tho saruo way tho instrument is of
great valuo In tho troatmont of obstetri
cal disease, and in studies of tho
stomach. No unpleasant sensations
aro experienced by patients, ovon In
cases of protracted uso, no other effect
being noticeable than that which fol
lows the drinking of a hot cup of coffee.
Tho difficulties in bringing this appli
cation of tho electric light to practical
uso woro duo principally to tho fact
that nono of the electrical manufactur
ing companies in America mako tho
right kind of a lamp, Mr. Starr tried
thorn all, and not getting what ho
wnntod in tho very best shape, was
compelled to go to Europe. Moro than
a scoro of different lamps, carbons and
moans of conveying power had to bo
tried before tho best was found. 1'hila
Treed by a Rail.
A joke Is told on a party of this city.
They wero holding a private picnic on
Picnio Point A young man wandorcd
off and finding a shady nook by the
lake divested himself of his clothing
and took a bath. Whon he camo out
nnd was about to put on tho first gas
mont, which was a reddish color, he
heard a roaring and loud rustling in
the brush behind him. Ho looked, and
behold, an infuriated bull was coming
toward him, and was already within a
dozen rods of him. His shirt was about
half on; he did not stop to mako any
adjustmont of the garment, but pro
ceeded forthwith to climb a treo. Ho
was about six feet from the ground
when his bullship reached the scone
and commonced pawing tho ground at
tho foot of the treo. The young man
criod for help, and his cries were evon
hoard by his companions. All bands
started, but when the sad predicament
of tho young man was noticed a por
tion of the party retired, and tho re
mainder with sticks and stones put tho
maddened animal to flight, and tho
treed young man slid down and clothed
himself. Ho promised to put up the
cigars and ico cream if tbo party
would not tell the joko on him. Of
course thoy will keep "mum." Madi
son (Wis.) Democrat.
Tho tonth consus shows, for instance,
that thero aro in this country 64,698, or
in round numbers 65,000 clorgymon..
Supposo, for the sako of illustration,
that each ono preaches but twosormons
a week, which is porhaps rather below
than above tho average, and wo shall
havo In tho course of a single year a
total of 6,760.000 sermons. Further,
suppose each sormon of only thirty
minutes' duration, also porhaps less
than tho average length, and at the
rate of a hundred words a minute,
each sormon will havo about 8,000
words or twelva book paces each of
250 words, and all tho sermons preach
ed every year will givo a total in print
ed mattor of 81,120,000 book pages, or
162.220 volumes of 600 pages each,
whilo if an average congregation of
fifty listen to one sormon, a total of
8,800,000 worshipers is prosonted at a
singlo aorvico. St. Louis (Jlobe-Dcmo-
Legal Blank Kept For Halt-
at Tub Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee lllanks. &c.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend your Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney givo en
tiro satisfaction and aro rapid sellers."
Electric Hitters aro tho purest and best
mediclno known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and ngulato tho bowels. No family
can afford to bo without them. They will
save hundreds of dollar. iu docti rs' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a la.ttlti by
Barclay liros. (3)
Sprains, lameucsH, pains and stiffnesH,
weak back or disease of thu spine will be
iimneiliutcly n-iiuvwl on application of a
Hop Plaster over the affected part. Its
penetrative power is wonderful. Warranted
to be tho best made. (Ill)
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Kelt and
Applicanccs on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, alllieted with nervous
debility, loot vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement iu this paper. 3
KiicKivu'H Arn icit salve
The llest Salve in the world for Chits,
Bruises. Soros. L'lcerH. Salt Rlimim. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It In guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 conts per box. For salo bv Barclay
If You Do I
If you want to sell anything,
1 1' 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 havo a houao to ront,
If you want to ront a house,
AdvertM in The Cairo Bulletin.
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was affected with lung lever
and abscess 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 bo much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
threo bottles, found myself o.ice moro a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appotito, and a gain in flesh of 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug storo and
get a free trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Largo nettles $1.00.
ItTTashion is Queen. Fast, brilliant
and lashionablo aro tho Diamond Dyo col
ors. One package colors 1 to 4 lbs. of
eoous. 10c. for any color. (.Jet at drug
tista. WellB, Richardson & Co., Burling-
Soiithorn ExpoHition, Louisvillo, Ky. ,
August juui to uciouer zbin.
The Illinois Central R. R. tickets to
Louisvillo and return Mondays and Tin s
days of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
good to return on twenty days from date of
sale. 1 wo daily trains leaving Cairo 3:15
a. in. and 8:45 p. m. A. II. Hanon,
Ow Gen. Pass. Agt.
The udiversal praiso bestowed upon Kid
ney-Wort as an invaluable remedy for all
disorders far tho Kidneys, Livir and Bow
els, is well merited. Its virtues are univer
sally known and its cures are reported on
all sides. Many obstinate cases havo suc
cumbed vo it alter they had been given up
by the doctors and a thorough treatment
will never fail to cure. Sold by all drug
gists. See adv't.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and I" kee
of your rest by a Bick child suffering mi l
crying with pain of tutting teeth' U so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup tor UMluren lectn-
ng. Its valuo is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates tho stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low s Soothing Syrup for Children leething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas und Texas
Along tho lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
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 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
for 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 for money paid for ticket or freight
over the Companies lines.
n. C. TowUbeno, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
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A roulr Ornilunr of two medical
fiilli'Ki'H, una been Iiiiiki'I t'liuHKi'il In tils treat
ment of I lii-milo, Nurvuin, Hliln nml
1 llooit Ulneniet limn any other iliytlclaii In
pt. I.onii, m cliy imp'1' tinny unit ill old retl
rienta know, CiiiiaiillKtlim ntnffle or by null,
free anil Invited. A friendly ti.lknrhlauilnlnii
cnateiioililug. When It In lienhonlnnt toyltlt
III city fur treatment, ninillelnoa fan lie tent
tiyniiillnr rtpri'M evrrvwlieie. duralile cui'
ginirtinteed: win-re douut exlntult. In tVaukly
tated. Cull or Write,
Worrou Pmitratlnn, Debility, ITental mil
Phyilral W(vniiM, Horcmlal anil other
affimtloiu of Throat, KMnanl Honrlj lilooj
lmpurltl ami II I noil I'oUcinliig, rikln Arfw
tlnni, OM Harm anil Ulfr, liiipmllnmnU ta
BUrrlM, HhiMimiUim, I'lli'i. WpufUl
trillion t tiw from itnr-work brala.
MIIUm'al.rASES wtlrn npuflaf attention.
IHPMi arlulm from lmirmlrnrii, Km'MiMj
IndulR-onrM or Kiuiurii,
it I ai'lf-cvlili'iit Hint a iivili'lnn prlnir,
fiurt leu Inr alti'iitlmi to a Haisnl' rmii't attaint
jtriMit k III, anil ili vsli'lmit In ri'KUlur vrai'llin
all over tlui I'liunli y knnwIiiK tlil, frmi icntly
raomiiiii'int miiea to IIih ulilrit iillli p li A inert
m, wlierii every known aiiplliiurn tpnoi'tel
to, anil the, irovin I k""I rHitillr of alt
!(' nml roiinlrlea arn imeil, A wliole liniiae l
iini'il fiirnlltre uiriioea, anil nil lire tieateil Willi
kill In a rvii'i'lfnl innnneri unit, knoH.HK
what to iln, liiiexi'rtiuenlaiii luaile. till u"
Coiint nf t lin ki in I iinniliir miplvlni'. tint
rharKi'n are kept low, mien lower Hum It iln-
niaii'leil liy nthern. If yon tecum the kl I i ml
d'tain'rly nml I'urii'i'i nn. cum, thai t
finior(niit mntler. FuuilibU'l, (10 iai'H. Unit
to liny Ktlilreu fled.
Kli'ff.int cloth nml uttt Itlmlliiir. Hvnl.t for M
prill1 (u piiHtiUt'nr rum'tiry. Over lllly
ileiiol ii iili'1'.iiet. Iinv to life, art re nil tliu
follow I n K Miliji'i'tt! Who limy iniirrv 1 whon it i
why V I'roiiei aKeto iinu rv. V ho iiini ry llr.f,
Miinhooil, Wiiinnnliooil. Plivtlenl ileeay. Win)
ahonlil marry. How life ami hapiiliiwt innv u
liirrenH'it. 1 hotn innrrliil
imi'rvlliir thonlil reml Ii.
il nr eoiUelllplnl nu'
by alt ailull pernoin, then kept nmler lock a i l
in reii I
key. roiinliirrilltluii.tiiineai nhove, hut "r
rover nml iiKI pugoi, uvntt by mull, w nuiu
ST. (JURA ACADEMY
liiAL'iiinrimtlv Hlliiiileil In Iln' aiinllii'm hurt ill
WlHi'imnln. I'liiilla nrrivniL' ill llnliiiinin, Knnt Mil-
iua mi nr tliileim, III , iiiny loieiihunn In Academy
fur en tveynin'n. I'or Inrther loirtlenlnra nliply fur
Cataloituo. hi' ('I.Alt ALAUIUIi.
Niliciiniwii Minimi, (Iriintt'it., WU-
ST. IlKfilNA ACADRMY, MM) KW0OD,
tlio miiL'tilhVnnt ifll'l of ex tluv. WiiHlilnirn, M mil
ton U'Ih . Ih a iriini h of St. C liliH'i nml (ilium lino
ud in-1) 1 1 i ii ul iiilviinlui:i a. nUl-.'m.
CIIKST'SH Wit year npetia Hoptrmber 10. A
Klllliurv I'olUi;" Willi nlvurmt v 1'uwnra. Depart
Dielila Ii. ( lvll Kiiulni'rrlin, t'lieinlnlry ( hmalra
and KiiL'lifh. tMri illurn nf Hapl-. W . I'. IIMIIday
anil H. II. ThiHllewiiinl, mill nf Meanru I. W, llnr
clay, Cliiirlen (inlllulier nml It. II. CiiiinliiuliKm, of
thla city, or ol uoi. t in.u. in ah, riuameni.
L5 5 8 5 SO
- ui n a bs
Whom debility. eilm ntted
power prtnimiiirn ilefiiy
anil finluro t perfurm llle'a
diitlea properly ara cntitml by
emi'motn. tirrorn of youth, ilu.,
will Mini a iirrfeet anil Uuliiiu
runtoraiion to rohuat henlili
anrl uliroi-niia' iiiuntimitl In
i THE IvIAPoTUN HULU8.
Nnilliiir at.oiunrh druxinnK nor
ItihI ninlfinln. 'I'll in t rejitniullt. nf
INervmia Itelillltir and
l'h vtlciil IlVi'ny lamilforiulr
tnecaanriii neeanno dimi-h nn periect, nifignritit,
new und dlrci-l nmitinila and Ahnhit ihir
uiiuhneta. Kill I infur:natin and Trnutiiw free.
Adorena l.'onmillinit I'liytiilan of
MARST0N REMEDY C0.,46W.14th St.. NewYork.
WEHK, UNDEVELOPED -PMS
OKTHK HUMAN HOPV KSLAIHIKIX l)KVI?i
PTKt), HTKKNUTHKNKO.' Kic. Inun nlwnwt.lng
uiii'tii. Itnitf run m
In nnly f
quirit' wfl mil Kft,
t fiiiL tlixrii ih no itvjili'niw
a ftliniit.f Inn. Otitliti rontmrv. tno nil VHrtiWTN ant
(ii nl circulnrH
viviiiK nn imri inimrH iy itn iii'Msiinr
I I ' if t
aaaaai A ITOril pmwnpiion tn .
. . . a ...t..i n H.r In Ilia II. tit
(ntwr reil red ) for th cure of Vttw Ja4li(Mi
t ninhooA, IfaiafcnM-niirt em.i. Hon!
AddrtM DR. WARD A CO.. LauliUna, Mo.
m Dr. KEAN
Ni), 111 HtlOTH Il.A"C hr., CIllCMO (K
Ub'lirid m.i, H illll lrallug all Prh
Tata, Narrow. Ctirm.1) anil HfMclal dlt-
I UN,B HirmiHn I m.i w -
' I i.-i ..lat atlaaaaal (. Oltt
k2 V ' tolltilnn wirwrntlly, or or lnwr ft
JT N nr. Ra It Ui oalr plijtkita la Iha
city tlltt wtrrtint car or no H-j.
pafaUlaitnuid book, gitr l.owi pttttrlyUout, l kmulU
DR. H. II. KANR, of Ika IKgulnny
lliimt. now nirmt a Ktmtilr wliertbf
any ona a rani hltuolf nutoklT aa vtlalMtl;. n.r wiim
H. H. IUII . A. ., .!.. 10 falM UU,n lark CKJ.
35000 PER MONTH!
tfflUUV.VV 8AjAUv AND COMMI8HION
to competent bualnenn m inaiier for thla rlty (ol
Hiatal Agency. HKHPON81ULK COMPANY, bud-
Ineaa D-actlcalW monopoly, riyalllrg tho Tele
phono. I3W C Art 11 HEQVIWKU for ll.ono
SAMHLK OUTFIT STAI'Ln GOODS. NobouUi.
No Putlcultri adren, with rurerencei.
THE NATION AL-(X).,
21 East 14th St., New York City.
Public Sale oi Unclaimed
Ttiaro will b told at uDilc kactlun tut atnr...
and cbrin, to Ih blxbuat and boat bMoir ii
Wodiieaday, th luth day of 8Ptmbr. lu aV.bl
Wharf boat of I ho llalllday 4 Phi lipa Wbarf Boat
Pi'., lavlnir moored ta tlm Dublin landlna- on n.
Ohio lilyur oppoalle tho foot of Sixth trreet, Cain,,
llllnola, Tlio aule to commoner, at 10 o'clock, and
continue until ill are aotd or ttlipoaud of, unlet,
prevloualy called fur.
Tho fiillowlnir lot nf annita. nfenalla Ae . whteK
havoheanlti atom auil uncalled for mora thin
twelva moiithi lam pa.t, puniboMd and marked
Lot No, 1. no mark, I bo ttoro pi do, 4c.
a. nan rr .Tirana, nrooiiyo, A', 1 IIOX
P A W, 1 brl atoru plpo.
no mark, 1 acale hnam.
Kl'iehor Cairo, I box II It gooda.and
1 budaliiail. mill anil alata.
I. W. 1'blllllil. 1 box II II anuria.
I. on ninri, i mix lanma, tn,
8. .1. W. l)yenpott, Moinphli, J bdl
ennvaat anil ilinw.
II. no mark, 1 box Rlaaa.
III. Ex Htr Vlrulo 1 ilrau aaw.
II. Aut. h. P. Jt ll.Hhow. Calio, I box
II .looArmatroiiK.dr otvlllo. 1 lirl flunr
I. I, M . V, AiUina, Calro,l brl mineral
II. no mark. I box plow polnle
It. Puter Hiimau, 'i'eiarkaua, 1 box
ID II., I lot llnllowiiro,
IT. I.I.., ' llllauiiylllo, o., 1 box dry
IH. nn mark, 1 box framoa.
III. n. (I. Knliorta, Montlcullo, Ark., 1 brl
liium fi Imneva.
M V. Hupo, Fort vVorth, Teiat,
II , Holly Hprlhim.MiM., 1 lirl bnt-
. II Jt 0., Mlltmrn, Ky. 1 hale bitting.
no mark , miwIhk inacliliin.
'I. .Int Hell, Ullln, 111., I pr hainea.
!ii. no nrnik, 4 liillni.Ci Una waihhoarili.
vil. I.lvlnraton Co., Iron foiinileri,
rillilinrK, 1 ho apple pnruri.
It. A. Klild.l linHUtkn.
VH. Dan l'h. 'Inn, Vii'.koburv, I lull (I
I'll. t:. II, W I wash aland.
:ui. Mnrv Hamplo, t;alyrt (!ly, 1 box
II II Kiioila.
ill. Hiuilli Jlrna Cairo, t box II II good,
an. H'orroll 4 lliln, Onceola, Ark., 1 box
II II ilmiiln.
Win. unlit, (lonan Inland, I box tun.
T. T.Tnvla. IIIH I'onil. Ark.. 1 bor.
W. N. tlnaklll, Cairo, t box II U
Allan hato I'olola, Cairo, 1 box.
Knlhrhllila it Co.. Clu.. O.. 1 box.
im. no niiirK, nnxea paper inula.
:tu It. I. Alkuii, ICviumville, Iml., 1 box
40. no mark, I box II II good a.
'II. M. A. It , (.'Union, Ky., 1 box muff.
4.'. M P., I hiironu
II, K. W. I). Tlioiniinon, I.iIk, 1 box gtn
41. K. W. K , Thinimnn I.ilg, 1 box
4r. K.W. I)., Thompann I.dg., I box
HI. B. W. I)., Tliominon I.dg., 1 box
'Ii, K. W. II.,
Tliniiipann Ij(IC. I box
K. W. I)., Tunmpann I.ilg.,
K. W. I).. TUompaou Ldg.,
Ml. K. W. I)., Thompaou Ldg , 14 brl
K W. I)., Tbomnion L-lu., brl
JC. W. I)., Thompaou I.dg., 1 box
brandy liencln n.
K. W. II.. Thniupion I.dif.,
K. W. l).,Thompaon I.dg.,
t,f,. K. W. II., Thompaou lit ,
Inn brandy cborriea.
Ill, R. W. I)., Thompton Lilu.,
1,7. S. J. Hlmptnn, Tv kn Chariot, Mini.,
t boxni tobacco.
IH. no mark, I hoi II II gooill.
Mi. do 1 box mdae,
tin. do itn
III. do ilo
IX. do liil (!. O. nnlta.
llll. A. II., New Madrid, 1 hoi mil ie.
til. no inaik, 1 trunk mdaa.
tin It. T. A rion, iioiilfont, 1 box candy,
nil. P. A It., Uaiikin Log., Mlu., 1 but
tlV. tioo W. CniIk, (are,. Uui Fowlor,
l alo mure.
OH. Ilniianniiin, Armon A Co., Hi. I.ouli
o liillii colli in aaekH.
(ill. no mark. I box b ulng paildlua.
7''. do Ii bulla tobacco.
71. 8. Hun ii) Hlilo, 1 baircnffeo.
do do K brl niiniir.
Tl. M.C. Mclllry, 8t. Cliarloi, Ky I
box amid let.
Tl no mark, 1 lirl lamp olilmnloi.
71. A. Kiilin, Mllloklm licnd, 1 box
71). no mark, 1 box anndrlui.
7. H. Niivaio. I.I I do Uock, 1 brl gtani
no mark, i bnrkota lmr itorei.
1 box bar atoroi.
J. 8. N., t box bar itorei.
M. Ilutlnr ft Haft, Holly Uetrcat, Mlu.
IK). J. II. Cavanura, Montcrry, Ark, 1
box firs crni'knrn.
III. no i ark, I hdlo wagon rod.
VI. do 1 brl gianawaru.
Ii:). R. H. Aiken, Evanaville, I boiei
airno medlcli o.
01. D D .aynoA Hon, Dilla., 1 box
05. McKi own A Pond, 2 boxci itovfl fix
luren. 01, Jno. tlolden, Illandvtllo, Ky., 1 box
ua 1 bootn.
1)7. no mark, luhl ck vallioi.
HH. do 1 trnnk.
m. J. II. I'rav, 1 trunk.
1 O. K ,0 nlowa.
ll'l. Huannl, lllnl't Point, 2 plowi.
W. A., Cairo, 1 box liungy hedi. and
I box Eearlnit.
THR IIALMPAY 4 PHILLIPS WilABF-BOAT
Cairo, 111., Aug. MliJhHI.
T JE3L 111
. ABE LINCOLN
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tb
Law of 1883.
Hucccnor to Wldowi and Orphan! Mataal Atd So
ciety, organlaed July 4th, 1877, nnder
the lawi of ltfTSt. , .
JOIIS II. ItOIUNSON Proildent
WM. STKATiMN Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A.UOLliSTINK m. m -Treamrcr
C. W. DUNNING n Medical Advtier
TUOMA8 LEWIS Becretarj
BOARD OP DIRECTORS rou Ibt YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, fltratton A Bird, pro-uri, Cairo, III.
J. A.doldatlne, ofUolditlne 4 Hoeenwater, whole
ale and retnil dry good;C. W. Donning. M. D.j
Proi. Bd. Med. Kx., for l enalom; Albert Lewli,
commleilon merchant: J. H. Hobinion, county
ludge ami notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. II. Balrd, city
treetinpervtior; M. PhllHpi, carpenter and bulla
cr; Thoma Lowln, attorney and aecretarr ; K. V.
P:erce, attorney it-law, DuQnoln IU.; R. O. Pic
cannier of Centennial Bank, Aahley, III.; Albert
lUyde n, caahler of Oeorge Connelly k Co., Spring
Deld, HI ; B. M Mann, attoroey-at-liw, 168 Kaa
dolphitreet, Chicago; Hon. Kobt, A. Hatcher, at-torney-at-law,
Charleatoo, Mo.) H. Lelghton
caahler Flrit National Hank, BtuarU Iowa.
The Reg-nlar Cairo ft Fadacah Dally
SUi GUS FOWLER
nBNRY E. TAYLOR, MUtW.
UBOUCJK JOUKs, Clerk. (, .
loarei P.tdacah Tor Cairo dally (HnndAji izep
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i eai ai s aw ui., . - - - - - - r- 7--
J Ing.learM Cairo t 4 p.m. 1MoudOltrtll9.il-.