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THE DAILY OAIRd , llULLETINi SAtJltbAV MUUNINO SEPTKMl.KK 0, 1884.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at Tbb Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claiir. Deeds,
Real Buttle Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac.
If You Do!
to sell anything,
to buv anvthinir.
If von want
If you want
It you want
If vnu want
toinorease your business,
to hire anyone,
a house to rent,
If you want
If vnu havn
If vnu wont
to rent a house,
Tbb Cairo Bullktin.
bncKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Walking: Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanlcsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I wm fTnrtpd with Inner rnvnr
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
waiKing BKeieton. uot a tree trial Dottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After using
three bottles, found myself oace more 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 free trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles $1.00.
Sprains, lameness, pains and stiffness,
weak back' or disease of the spine will be
immediately relieved on application of a
Hop Plaster over the affected pnrt. Its
penetrative power is wonderful. Warranted
to be the best made. (13).
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Bnlt (3o Marnhall. Mir-h.
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Appucances on trial, tor thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
HfFasbion is Queen. Fast, brilliant
and fashionable are the Diamond Dye col
ors. One DackaL'e colors 1 to 4 lbs. of
goods. 10c. fur any color. Get at drug
tints. Wells. Richardson & Co.. Burlina-
The udiversal praise bestowed upon Kidney-Wort
as an invaluable remedy for all
disorders far the Kidnevs, Liver and Bow-
eU, is well merited. Its virtues are univer
sally known and its cures are reported on
all sides. Many obstinate cases have suc
cumbed vo it after they had been given up
py tne doctors and a thorough treatment
will never fail to cure. Sold by all drug
gists. See adv't.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and beet
medicine! known, and will positively care
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
can afford to be without them. They will
save, hundreds of. dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay 13ros. . (3)
" Euln Wrought In the Forest. ,
H6w depressing It is to see acres of trees
cut down in the midst of a noble forest,
How saddening it is to also see that thin
spot in the midst of your otherwise abun
dant hair. Stop it at once by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam. For actual 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 and
scalp in perfect order.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and ln;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.t Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothere, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures win colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the 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 fiomei In Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific 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 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 make np your mind to go and
tee tor yourseit wnen you learn tnat 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, ono
balf, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
H. C. Townbekd, Genl Pass. Agt.
St Louis, Mo.
QSLT TWENTY CENTS
i : : - :
The Daily Bulletin
i FIVE WEEKS FOB ONE DOLLAR
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OV ALU IAN DKIt COUNTY
EKTEHED AT TUB CAIHO POMTOKKICU FOB
V1UHSMIB8ION TUROUUHTUB MAILS AT
HKOOND CLASS HATK8.
About two months ago a young man
named John W. Randall, who was employ
ed on one of the transfer boats, got his
foot mashed betwen tho boat and the
landing barge at East Cairo. He was
taken to the marine hospital here aud Dr.
Parker had to amputate his leg above the
knee. The wound heated up nicely and he
was able to move about on crutches when
he was taken down with typho-matarial
fever in a violent form and yesterday he
died. He was about thirty years old. He
had a father living in Crawford, Iud and
Dr. Parker wrote to him some days before
the son died, asking for instructions in case
of death which seemed imminent, aud the
reply came that the father was too poor to
do anything or to come here, aud leques
ting that bis son be buried herd if he died.
Accordingly the young man was buried at
the seven-mile grave yard.
Y. M. C. A.
Monthly report for month of August,
Attendance at room 300
Strangers welcomed 50
Calls made by Secretary 120
Letters written in rooms 40
Papers placed on file 170
Visits to freight houuu 0
Visits to round house 5
Visits to switch house 4
Visits to lailroad offices 10
Personal visits with railroad men 5
Documents distributed to railroad men. 70
Four meetings of Boys' Branch, att'nee. 00
Owing to the extreme warm weuther of
tbe past two months we have been com
paratively alone in the work before us, and
have labored under many disadvantages.
Notwithstanding this fact, however, wo are
assured by the attendance at the rooms
that the work is appreciated. With cooler
weather and more personal support from
CbriBtains, we are sure of greater results in
the future. We wish to say to all railroad
men, and especially the young men of the
city, that it is not necessary that you should
become Christains in order to enjoy the
privilegas of the Y. M. C. A. rooms. We
leave that matter to your own discretion.
Neither is it necessary to become a mem
ber. The rooms are free for everybody
who may see fit to use them.
A. S'. Willouuiiby,
Sky fair, clear and cloudy by turns. Bar
ometer below 80 in the northwest. Rain re
ported from several points but very light.
Thermometer between 80 and 88.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at tbe different hours of the dav
given in the diagram below :
75- -0 A.M.
87- -12 M.
85 -0 P.M.
list of letters remaining uncalled
FOR IN THE P08TOKKICK AT CAIHO, ILL.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1884.
Armstrong, M C Armstrong, James (5)
Anderson & Bro, G II Anderson, Aron
Boyd, Wasn Buttler, 0 A
Chassier, Willard Craighton, Thomas
Colby, J J Cross, John
Cuok, Henery Davis W C
Dick, J M Dalton, II C
Freeman, I P Grune, Liger
Hall, W M Hart, Mike '
Harson, John Howe, J W
Hurbert, H Haverley. C C
Hallard, Bill Putch. Cm
Jaco, James (2( James, Gorvenor
Jackson, Abram Kccth, Willey
King, Alford Leggett, J O
Moody, Washington McCarty, Wm
Mcintire, W II Muloerhill L R
Edmore, Mr Mayhue, Fred
Miichell, Calvin Milser, Ben
Nance, J W Nofl, Egata
O'Conner, Tim ' RabiBka, Ennset
Staroz, M Luse ' Sanders, Jonnie
Swift, Henery Straus, Elias
Tummerfleld, Maalon Vick, John A
Wilks, Wm (2) Watkins, Geo W
White, Frank Williams, C C
Willson, Benj (3) Nod & Zymerman
Austin, Nettie Anderson. Millie
Brooks, Eamery Bailey, Deala
Brown. Armanda Carroll. Sarah
Cuffea, Susan Clestnut, Mary
DabueJ, Bettie Davie. Elizzer
Freeman, Ellen Grunstead, Rachel
Orealey, Katey Goodwin, Fannie
Haines, Dora K Howard, Mafinda
Herders, Augusta Jones. Anna E
Kirk, Bailie Lee, Minnie
Pane, Nellie Parker. B A
Runels, Jane Rodge, Jessie
Tayror, Rosa Lee Theal, Kate ,
Ware, Willie Weaver, Nettie
Ward, Kite Wright, Emma J (2)
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Caiid, III., Sept. 0,1884.
To Hou. Juo. It. Thomas, nominee of the
Republican party fur Cotigrcbsuiun of
Twoutieth Dist., The Hulliday, Cairo,
Dear Sir: Believing that the voters
whose suffrages we are asking are entit
led to hear all important political questions
fairly discussed by ub, I hereby invito
you to jointly discuss with me the pending
political issues and our respective official
records, iu every county in this district,
and will be pleased to meet you to-day at
any place you may dusiguate and mutually
arrange thi times and places for holding
such joint discussions.
F. E. Aluiuuiit,
Democratic nominee for Congress, 20th
Mr. L. Trautman, Jr., druggist, Road's
Lauding, Minnesota, writes; "My mother
has been cured by St. Jacobs Oil, the great
pain-reliever, of numbness and pain in her
rri,v n a
j-iiu uiuui oi. run.
The twenty-fourth annual fair of the St.
Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Associ
ation, will open Monday, Oitober 0th, and
will continue until tho evening of Saturday,
October 11th, 1881.
The premium list show many and im
portant additions that havo been made tq
the various departments during the past
year, and especially in the list of premiums
in tho horse department.
The steadily kcreasing popularity of
these exhibitions has enabled the Hoard of
Directors to extend tho scopo of each an
nual display, until now, it can be confi
dently asserted, that tho fair of the Agricult
ural and Mechanical Association is with
out a rival, not only in tho United States
but in the word.
The work of improvement on tho grounds
and buildings, which was bo marked a
feature last year, has been continued; tho
lawns and trees aro kept in the best condi
tion, the system of roadways has been com
pleted, and new and costly additions have
been made ti tho Zoological Garden. All
of these attractions render tho grounds
well worth a visit for their own sake, and
during the past year they have been the
favorite resort for hundred of thousands of
New facilities for reaching the grounds
have been created sinco tho lust fair and
new accommodations provided for visitors
alter reaching there, aud the coming exhi
bition will undoubtedly bo the greatest
event in the history of the association.
Men are often heard saying that their as
pirations aro high, but every time they
cough their noses go towards the earth,
with indications that they will follow them
soon, unless they aro wise enough to take
Dr. Bull's Cough (Syrup in time.
Special Bulletin for August.
Signal Oepice, War Deiiartment, )
Washington City, Sept. 1, 1884. j
Duriag the month of August the mean
temperature was slightly above average in
New England and 3.6 deg. abovo in the
north Pacific coast region j also at Mount
Washington, where it wrs 0.8 deg. above,
and at Fort Stockton, Texas, where it was
1.5 deg. above; it was normal in the mid
dle and South Pacific coast regions, and
below tho normal in Tennessee, the lake re
gion, upper Mississippi and Missouri val
leys, tho western plains and Salt Lake
City; the Missouri valley having the great
est departure, viz., 4.4 deg.
Tho rainfall has been in excess of the av
erage for previous years in New England,
the upper lake aegion, upper Mississippi
and Missouri valleys, the extreme north
west and the western plains, the south Pa
cific coast region, and Mount Washington.
The greatest excess occurred in New Eng
land, the cxtremo northwest, eastern Colo
rado and Kansas, Indian Territory, and on
Mount Washington; there was a deficiency
in all other regions, the greatest deficiency
being throughout the Southern and middle
Atlantic States, Ohio valloy, Tennessee,
and tbe Rio Grand valley.
Droughts lieve been reported in Ohio, Il
linois, Indiana and Kentucky, where crops
have been somewhat damaged.
Frosts occurred in northeru Dakota and
Minnesota on the night of the 25th, and
wero reported in the press as having occur
red in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Connecticut, Long Istand, New York, and
New Jersey on the 8th and 9th; also iu
southwestern Dakota on the 21st, and in
Michigan on the 10th.
On the 21st severe local storms, with
hail, occurred in Virginia, New York, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and
Massachusetts; also Pittsburgh, Pa., on the
16th; in Wisconsin on the 2d, and at
Thunder and lightning, with heavy
rains, were reported in nearly all sections.
W. B. Hazen,
Brig.& Bvt. Msj. gcnl.,
Chief Signal Officer, U.S.A.
The National Anti-Monopoly League is
organizing Cleveland and Hendricks cam
paign clubs in every assembly district ia
New York state. Mr. Theodore E. Tom
linson, the President of the league, givea the
following reasons why Anti-Monopolists
should support tho Democratic candidates:
"My views as to what position the Anti
Monopolists should takn in tbe present
campaign have already been made public.
In the formation of our clubs we find
great nuees.tions to our ranks from men
who proposed hcivtofore to support General
Butler. They iculi, t that his candidm-y is
a miserable sham, and they huve I licicl'oro
resolved to support Cleveland. Why J lie
cause he represents the only ptiily that ad
vocates tho principles ot Anti-Monopoly.
Ho is the only candi late that can secure
the cudorscnieti'. of the Auti-Monopolists of
the state. No true Democrat Ims any al
ternative iu tho present condition of affairs
but to vote lor him. Tho aamo is true of
tho Independent Republicans. Ilopledgtd
himself when nominated to adopt the
methods and stand by the principles ot the
Democratic party. Tho Domocra'ic party
is a party of anti-monopoly, an demonstrat
ed by tho convention at Chicago," and tho
lato Gubernatorial election. Thero is to
admire iu Qov. Cleveland that he has the
courage to aet according to his convictions.
No better proof of this can bo given thau
by citing his veto of several popular meas
ures. Ho is sincere, and no one has doubt
ed his political integrity. l-.r these reas
ons alone he nujlit to be supported by ev
ery honoBt mail in the country, especially as
the public conduct of tho opposing candi
date will not bear criticism."
iTHE GREAT GERMAN
llolieves mul cures
lt KA HE,
8orenon, Cuts, Bruises,
And all oilier bodily achua
FIFTH CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by ill Prugicliita ami
Dealers. Diroolluua Iu 11
The Charles A. Vogelsr Co.
lliMHfMra M i. VOUILIH t OO )
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
'KidllOV-Wort la th mmt amtvutMfiil rrnnndv
Xver tiaed." 1. r.O.Bltou.MouktoutVt.
-rw an cry-wort always roll bio."
T II fl niacW Da ITam 17-
"Kidnoy - Wort bM ourod my w tfo aflor two yean
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
IftlAfl 4t11Mw4 MrltaM all .Ih friarl 4Wltu T 4 MJ
butoffloin, OEKTAUV IS ITU ACTIO, but
I Fit destine the Mood and trrnrtbiad
a4t New LIU. to all the Important orgatui of
the body. The natural aotlon of the Kldneya la
MMtornd. Thn T.1vm 4a a1 -1 1 j. -
and tlx Bowel move frooly aad boaltlifully!
u iu wa7 mj wont ouoaHe aro erauioauid
from tbe lyttom. c
FSICI, 1100 LIQUID OB DBT, SOLO IT DBCOaUTS.
vry can be lent by mall.
WELLS, KlCUARDBOfl ACO.nurlfnstoa Vt.
ST. CLAltA ACADEMY
li niBirnlflceiitly attuatcd In tho onuthnrii part ol
Wicoiiln. i'npllfl arriving at Dubuqiiu, Ki nl Du
huquo or Claluna, III., may tulnhon to Acmlumy
for convuyauce. For further piirtlculnr" apply for
catalogue. HT. C'LA It A ACADkMY.
Hlnilnawa Mound, OiautCo., Wit.
ST. RE0INA ACADEMY, EDGE WOOD,
the mnenlfli-cnt lft ol it Oov. Wahtmrn, Madl
mi, Wl.,i a brunch ol Ht. Clnra'a iiud oH'ora tlno
ed ucailuuul ad vau I aji. 7 ju-Hiu
CHE-TKK23d aroponi September 10. A Mill!
tary (Io1I'ko with Unlvemlty power.. I)epr'mnt
in Civil KnuluoeriiiK, UbemUfy, Ciaaaict and K11
iflUh. Circulars of t'apt. W. 1. Ilullidav and N .It.
Thlftlowood and of Meaira P. W. ItirHav. Cli
GHllitrbur anii K. II. CanninEhiim, ol thin city, or
of COL. I IIEO. HYATT, Proitdcut.
Tho reputation of Iloaietter'i Stomuch Ilillerna
preventative of epidemics, a iloinachlc, (in in
vlunraut, a Keneral reatoratlyo, nml a apecldc for
fever and aue, IndlecHtlon, billion all'ectioin,
rncamatliin,ncrvou debility, constitutional wcak
noaa, la eitiihllehed apon the noil rid hails of mora
than twenty years experience, and can no more ho
shaken by, tho claptrap nostrums ol onfclentlflj
pretenders than the everlasting hills by Iho wind
that rustle through their defiles.
Korsale hvll nrntiglsts and Dealers generally.
"a A fltTorlt prsmsrlptlon of on ottht
tnoat noted and luocaasful .psclaltsW in the U. Hi
(now retired) for theoureof Aftrvow MHlitlh
fjoat Manh4,tVamlmmn4imeuit. Henl
AddrtM DR. WARD 4 CO., Louisiana. Mo.
DR. H. H. kaNi, or the rMulsrr
I.U..d vndnrMmvillirrorjifmln.nl m.llcl iit.o.Aa.,)Mrr4
in f fflfltHinniiar J I
ciTrt a fur
H. H. SUM, A. .. I.D., 1M faUee St., I Iwk INf .
ILLINOIS CONSERVATORY OF KU2IC.
I'Ulilihed In is,;, A Cnlliye ruumo of study
In riuiui.Orgiiii, Muring hihI ( i i luottnl liiHlru
inmils. I.iiiiimiiKi... ,n nml Kin. uHn Address
J b. IIAKI.OkV, MiKlml Ulterior,
Tell liislrui'lors. Two hundtid anil fifty five
students lust yea'. Hon1! 'keeping, (I rinan, I'eu
iniihiililp ami Klociilloii wliliout ciira iliarge.
CIh-kI, al, Ni liiiHHk', Nitimal and HiisliiessCoiir.KS.
I'm I t.rm heglua Nopl 't; Winter tiriu Hec. II:
Hprlng luriii Mareh 1'. The use ol toliarro ami
tiHox'i'nllng I ' 11 01 m, and alteinlaiice oil secret so
rleliea aru fnrhlildi'ii, I'nr register and further Iu
I IIAH A, HI.AM'IIAIll), I'les't.
'OI'N(i I.ADI KM' ATIIKN.KIIM.-I'repiires for
Well .lev. I' ull Ai'iiileinlu t'oiirses. rlehnol of
Art. Oratory. Irom Kltidergsrlen lo College,
r tirnUiH s lu:iloii In IlltmiU l uineiviit ry 011 all
braueluis ol Mule. Aililrcsa
K. I II ASK, hupl., Jacksonville, III.
7000 A(J KNTS YANTKiI)l,l,;,V1llVi
To sell the .'ii.t ullu'nllo IIioki'h'
I.VV.::,"I K'vclaiid & llenilrick.s
l.-ir heliner. ofN. Y., Iho mosl WkIIiiMx, In
teresting and Idchly llltislraleil. It conialns lluu
sleel pun mils, will Mi'll IIihIi.mI and puy l.li
Iti'Ml ih'oIIIh. Ilotvitre ol uiirellalilii, cstili
penny hooks Write at once lo 1 1 W II 1 1 A Hit
It lit Nil I hNiiIIii slree,(!lili-pigo, III. I'. H.
Outllis aru resdy. Me. id rk lor onn and siivu lime.
r1l) AIIVCKTiSKHN.- Lowest rules rr ndverlls
1 lug In tsiJ gniicl nevierH sunt In e. A'Mress
tilCt). I'. HOW m.l..t ('(., to spriueHl., N. Y.
EvorywlitMi'Ciillt'd "Tho Hast"
Inllnlli'lv heller IIihii lliilineiils, lollnns or any
other plasters llcimon'a Cupcliiu I'oruus I'lasters.
nrWlVIl von want a :in VI-HlnH Unix
IH'll 1 HllliifrIS, il llrnerh 1 11
Minl-lfilii lor $IM, a JI J Conce
pbiiiiIIh fnrr, a t'.Ti Msule Lmiinrn fur I
Hold ,H Wale.li for n 1 T l.1, a l!i hllvor
Walch fur JM. You fill can gel any of
these, articles KUKK KJ II you willd .vote
alow h 11 h of your I Istire tlinn eveutnes lo Inlni'
I'litnes In Intro
dneliig our new i'ihiiIh. tine laily T jk Vfl
fei.nren 1, , iriii iucn 1 re, 111 a
Mlnelenlli rniinn, eeulli liiiili vol
a silver wairh for flfleeu inlniit s' work A hoy II
years old vcureil a wulcli in one iluv; huiiilrmla of
nt Mtrs hav'' done nearly ns well. II you have a
Magic I. "litem you ciiii start a hunlni'ss Ihat will
1 ay you from fill lo tint every inclit, Hi nil at once
for our lllnsti'iteil Cmulngi'ti of (lud anil HI Ivor
Wuichi'H, rl 'H i in king Hull D.ik lfnvoWers, Hpy
(llssses, ludiiin Si'iiut 11 ml Astioiiniuleal 'I'eli scop
es, Telegraph Ins ruini-iils, l'yKi Writers, Organs,
Aiv ordlnns, Yl.illns, Ac, Jta. II iiiny start you on
iho n nil towi alth
I.'i! Nursiiu Htniut, New York.
The Science of Life. Only SI
IJY MAIL rOHT-I'AID.
Kxhnusted Vllullty, Nervous and I'hyiml
hlllly. I'ruiiiiitiini Declluu iu Mini, Krrors ol
Youth, mill untold miseries resulting Irom hulls
cretlon or eices.es A hook for every miin, young,
mlddle-iiged and old, llcoiitalus lt pruscrlpllons
or all aciilii ami chronic dlseiiHits, each one ol
which Is invnliinhle. bo Ion nil by the Author,
whosu experience lor 'U yunrsls such us probably
tievur liel'iire full lo the lot of any physician. Hliu
pauus, boiiiid In tu'iiullliil Vri'iii h intislln, nuibos
sud covers, till' gill, u 11 ur mi lot ci to he a finer work
in evi.ry sense 1ne1.h11nlc.al. Iiternry and unifes-
Kliii.nl than any other work sold In this country
for M Ml. 01 tho 111 iiiuy will he relundud In every
Instance J'rlco only yi.ini by mull, poalpHld.
iiiustriiiive sum le 0 cents, nenii now. (loin
ineilul awarded the author by the National Mudlcal
Assofijal.1011, 10 tlio enicers of which bu refers.
Tills book should bu rend liy the young for In
struction, nnil hy the aflllctrd for ruliul It will
lieiiulll nil. L0111I011 Lancet.
I here Is 110 member 11I soriely to whom this
hook will not bo useful, whether youth, parent
guard1!!!!. Instructor or olerg man. Argonuut.
Address the I'eiiliiiily Medical Institute, or Or
W. II. I'nrker, Mo. 4 llulllnch Htruet, Jlnston,
Jshs,,wIio may bu cotisulled on all dlsrnsim re
'pil'lng skill mid expurienco. Chronic and ohstl
mite iliKea.es Ihut linve Imlllud 1 J 1 .1 A I the
skill oi all o'tier phypiclniis a I 1 I ii 1 j sps
claltv. Much ireiiled sue- rpi I VCL'' I Li1
cessfully without an Inst- 1111 OiwLjl1
ancool fuilura. Muutionthls paoer.
617 St. Charles St., ET, LOUIS, 110.
A r.eii1s Oradusts oftwo medical
eollsges, bus been Iohkhi' engaged in th. treat
nientof ( lironld, Nrvoii, Hliin nixl
lllon.l lllseaneii thuu any other physician III
fit. Loiils,ascMyiiiu.rsshnw mill all old resi
dent know. Culmination atolllce orbymall,
free and Inviti'd. A rrlnidly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When Ills Inconvenient to visit
the city for treatment, medicines csn bo sent
by mull or express evrrvwheie. Curable eases
RiinrHiiteed 1 where doubt Utult Is fraukly
staled. Call or Write,
Kenrona Prostration, IreMilty, Wsntat and
Vhyslcal Weakness, Msrearlal and other
flwtlonsof Throat, Kklnsnd Bonn, Blood
tmparltlss and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affsn-
tlons, Old Horss and I'lesri, Impsdlmsnts to
Marrlago, Ithsamatlim, Piles. Special aV
tent Ion to cassa from QTsr-worksd hraln.
BUIKJICAL CASKS rscslTO special attentloi.
Disease) irlslng frotn Imprndencst, Kios
Indulgeaeo or Ezpoiuro.
It Is Self-evident that a phviiclau faylns;
particular atK'iitioii to a clssnof eases attains
greatsklll, and phyaiclniis In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freiiieiilly
reconimend wi to the oldest olllce Id A inert
ca, where every known appliance Is resorted
to, and the prnvml good reiundlesj of alt
ages sud countries are. uncil, A wholeUousel
nted for olllce iiurposes, and all are treated slth
skill In a reipeclful manner 1 and, knowing
what todo, iiocxporlmrnts are made, (in i.c
count of the great limnbcr apptylnf, tho
charges sre kept low, often lower Hum Is de
iiiaudrd hr others. If von secure the ski I 1 lid
etaieedy anu porfeet life cure, that .s 1.I10
niiHirtsnt matter, fmniihlet. Jii ii.ire Mint
plates. MARRIAGE GUIDE ( pages
Elegant cloth and gilt blinlliiir. Healed for M
rents In pontageor currency. Over titty w u
derl'ul lieu pictures, true to 11 fa, articles on the
following siihjcctsi W ho may marry Y whon ill
why r I'rnner age to marry. Who marry flrt.
Manhood, Woninnliood. Physical decay. W 30
should marry. How life and happiness msy oe
IncresHcd. Those married or contemplating
marrying shoul l read It. Itouglil to lie real
by all adult perrons, then kept under lock aad
key, I'opiiliireilltlon.sameas aliove, but papir
cover and 200 pages, fi cents by mail, m uoue
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and rath St., Chicago),
MVcMohI l)epnrtmont ot
Tlio Nnrl liwesterti ITnl-'Orsjlty.
N. B. DAVIS, M. I).,LL. !., Ue.n.
The Co leiriate ear will hcgln Kept. 23, 1881, and
close March !M, 1H, The conrse of Instruction Is
graded, Htudenls being divided Into first, second
tnd third year classes, g.tialillcatloni for admis
sion are either a Degree of A. 11.. a curtlll, ate oft
reputable academy, or a preliminary lamination.
The metnou 01 instruction is conspicuously prac
tical, and is applied In the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke s and M'chael Hcose Hospitals, dally at
the hedsid" of the atrk. 'The Practitioners' Conn
will begin tho day after the AuMlsl Cotnoenoa
niunt and 0 nt'i uo four weeks. Feci, In advance!
natrliulstion.l.'i.uu: Lectures. I7M30: Domonstra-
trr, 5.ilU. IJospitals: Mercy, $.0i 8t. Lake's,
$voo. Laboratory, $1.00; Breakage, .00. Final
Kxamluallnn, $l.to, February 1st. Practitioners'
Course,! 10.00. For further Information, a 'I dress
WAIjTKK HAY, U. u., LL. D., Beoretary.
715-lwd - V8tate St., Chicago, III.
rk on Manhood
Put)flc Sale of Unclaimed
There will be told at pubilu auction for storage
and ubargoe, to th highest ami best bidder, on
Wednesday, th loth day of September, IBM, at ihe
wharf boat of I he ilalllday oV Phi lips Wharf Boat
(V, laying moored Is the puhllo landing on the
Ohio Hiver opposite the foot nf Hlxlh arreet, Cairo,
Illinois, The sale to commence at ID o'clock, and
Continue nntll all .p., .ol.l n. Hlaitn.itH .,f unl.i.
previously called for.
ineioiiowiug lot or goods, utensils, 4c. whlcfc
have been In store and uncalled for more thao
twelve inonlha last past, iiuiuherud tnd uitrked
as follows via:
Lot No. 1. no mark, 1 box stovepipe, to.
t. Jus W kUans, llrooklyn, Ark, 1 bo I
5. Yik W. I brl stove pip.
4. no mark, 1 scale heam.
6. Flucher Cairo, I hoi II H goods, and
I bedstead, rails and slals.
H. ,). W. 1'hllllps, I box II II goods.
7. no mark, 1 hm lamps, Ac.
H. J. W. Davenport, Memphis, 1 bdle
canvass and show,
II. no mark. I box glass,
It). tx Htr Virgin Leo, 1 drag saw.
II. Agt. H. f. A II. Nhuw, Cairo, I bog
14. .loe Armstrong, (lr envllle. I brl tour
1.1. M.C. Adama, Cairn,! brl mineral
U. no mark, t box plow points.
It. l'eter Human, Tetarkana, 1 box
l. II., I lol llolloware.
17. 1.1.., Miiiiamsviiio, o 1 box dry
1H. 110 mark, 1 luix frames.
III. fi. tl, Itolierts, Montlcellu, Ark,, 1 brl
lamp c linueya.
). M K. Hupe, Fori vVorlh, Texas,
lil. II., Holly Hprlngs, Miss., 1 brl bot
tles, a. II & 0.,Mllburn, Ky.. thai batting.
U:l. no mark, tewing inaihlne,
VI. .las. Bell. UIII11, III., I pr names.
U nit mark, 4 billes.CJ ilea washhoarda.
HI. Llvliigsion Jfc Co., Iron fouudera,
I'ltlshiirg, 1 hox apple parura.
'ST. II. A. Kind, 1 hoi flunks.
. Dan l'helan, Vicksburg, 1 bdle (
VI). V. II,W 1 wsMi aland.
;u. Msrv Hamplu, (,'alyert City, 1 hoi
II II I'OOilS.
.'II. Nniith Urns Cairo, 1 '101 II II goods.
li. Horrell & llelia, Osceola, Ark., 1 bos
II II goods
III. Wm. held, (loose Island, I hox gun.
M. T. T, Travis, lllg Pond, Ark., 1 Rex.
HI. W. H. Ilasklll, Cairo, 1 box II 11
.Miss Kale I'olnla, Cairo, 1 box.
Kol In hllils ,V o,, Cli..,) , H101.
no murk, II boxes paper palla
It. I,. Alkcu, Kvuusville.lud.. 1 box
'III. no mark, 1 box It II goods.
41. M. A. K Clinton, Ky., 1 box annfl'.
4. M. V., 1 blireiiu.
1.1. K. W. ). Thompson, Lilg, 1 box gin
41. K. W, K., Thompson Ldg, 1 box
43. K.W. I)., Thompson Ldg., t boi
411. K. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg.. 1 box
'.. w, t.,
Thompson Ldg., 1 ttox
4H. K. W.' I).,' Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
4ii K. W. D Thompson Ldg., ft brl
W). K. W. I)., Thompson Ldg , brl
M. U W. 11., Thompson Ldg., H brl
fl, K.W. 1)., Thompsou Ldg., 1 box
brsnily peae.lii a.
M. K.W. I) 'I'hompsou I.dg., Mo., 1
r.l. K. W. l)..Tlioinpson Ldg., Mo., 1
K. W. D Thnuiisnn Ldg., Mo., 1
box brandy cherries.
IC. W. I)., Thompsou Ldg., Mo., 1
H. J . Hiuipion, Lnku Charles, Miss.,
o noma loiiacco.
TH. no mark, 1 hox II II goods.
6. do 1 box indse,
(Ml. do do
(II. do do
111. do Vi hrl C. 0, salts.
111. A. II., New Madrid, 1 boatndaa.
St. no maik, 1 trunk mdse,
M. It, T. irion, Keeiroot, 1 box candy,
no. 1'. A It., Uauklna LdK,, Mlu., 1 but
U7. duo W. Craig, caru. Uus Fowler,
(Id. llotiseman, Armon A Co.. Si. Louis
It) bdles cotton sacks,
HA. no mark, I box h ulng psddlei.
7C do II hutta tobacco.
71. H. bunny Wide, I hagcoirua.
do do y. brl sugar.
li. M.C. McNulry, 8t. Cuarle, Ky., I
box stind les.
7S. no mark, 1 brl lamp eilmnlea.
74. A. Kahn, Mllleklua Uuud, 1 box
7,1. no msrk, 1 hox sundries.
7(1. 8. Navato, Little llock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. Uo mark, buckets bar stores.
1 box bar stores.
H.'i. J. H. N.. 1 hox bar stores
Wl. do do
H7 do do
HH. d 1 do
St). Holler A Hair, Holly Kctruat, Miss.
htiv miifll iim
J. Jl. Csvsners, Mouterey, Ark, 1
box flro crackers,
no mark, 1 bdle wagun rods.
do 1 hrl irlasswarii.
HI. ft. H. Aiken, Kvansv'.lle, S box
HI. D D.JsyneA Son, 1'hila, I box
95. McKcowd & I'ond,2 boxea stove Ax-
1 11 r nfl
Wl. Juo. Holdon, Illandvllle, Ky.
ana l hoots.
117. no mark, lllblsck valises.
W. do 1 trunk,
oil. J. II. Pray, 1 trunk.
1 0. K.J plows.
1111 Hll.aHl Itlnl'a Pnllil Q lilnua
1U. A., Cairo, I box buggy beds.
1 IwiT iriiurditr
TITR HALLIDAY & PUILLll'U WllARFIIOAT
Cairo. Ill,, Aug. fith.lHH4.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 18U3.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organizes July stn, ib,7, nuiler
thu laws of 1H72.
JOHN II. IioniNHON - President
WM. 3T HAT l' 'N .. .. Vlco-frtsldent
A. OOLiJoTINK Treasurer
0. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OB' DIRECTOKd foii Ibt YEAR.
Wm. Stratton. Strstton A Bird, vroltira. Cairo. 111.
J. A. Goldstlne, olUoldstlno A Uosenwater, whole- i
sale end retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. D.j
Pres. Bd. Med. hi., for I'enslons: Albert Lewi.
commission merchant; J. H. Koblnaon, county
judge and notary public; Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent: R. H. Balrd. cite
street supervisor; M, Phillips, carpenter and build,
r; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary; S. V.
r:erce,aiiorney i-iaw, uuunom iii,;k. u. race
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley, 111.; Albert
flayden, cashier of Oeorge Connelly it Co., Bpring
field. Ill t B. M Mono, attorney-at-law, 160 Raa
dolpn street, Chicago; lion. Kobt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law.
Charleston. Mo.i H. Lelahtnn
cashier First National Bank, Btuart. Iowa.
The Regnlar Cairo ft Paducah iiailj
' HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOKQB JOBKb, Clerk.
leave P.tdncab for Otlro dally (Huuday xetpt
ed) at I a. m and Mound City at 1 p. m. Retnra :
lnf,lm Cairo at4p.m.;Moand City atP