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Public Sale ol Unclaimed
There will be mid at uiic anctlon for atoraua
Bd charget, lo the hljjhe.t and boat bidder, on
V tMlaasdajr, tba lutti day of September, ISM, at .be
wharf boat of I ba Ualiiday A Thl l.pa Wharf Boat
Oli., laying moored la the public landing on tha
Ohio Kifer oppoalta the foot of Hlith arreet. Cairo.
Illinois, 1 he tale to comment e at 10 o'cloek, and
cont noa until all aiv aold or diaiiosd of, aolesa
preloaly called for. 1
Tha i following lot of Roodi, nh-nitla, Ac. which
bava beau In store and uncalled for mora than
twelve montha jaai past, numbered and marked
a foliowa viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark, 1 boi move pipe, Ac.
si. J as W iOani, Brooklyn, A k, 1 box
Xi am warn.
3. PJt W, ibrl Move pipe.
4. no mark. 1 acale beam.
5. Hucher Cairo, I box il H (ooda.and
bedstead, raila and alata.
B J. W. Fblillpi, 1 box 11 Ugooda.
7. uo mark, 1 box lampa, Ac.
8. J. W. Davenport. Memphli, 1 bd'a
ranvasa and (bow.
9. no mark. 1 box glata.
ID. Ex an Virile Lee, 1 drag law.
11. At. . P. j; U. show, Cairo, I box
12. ,)ue Armstrong, (ir ei.ville. 1 brl flour
11. M. C. Adamt, Cairn, 1 brl mineral
14. no mark. 1 box plow polnti.
15. 1'ettr Human, Teiarkaca, 1 box
11 II., I lot Hulloware.
IT. I.L., M llliamivllle, o.,l box dry
IH. no mark, 1 box frame.
1. S. li. Huberts, Mi.nticello, Ark., 1 brl
lamp c Imueya.
50. M F. Hnpe, Fort vVortb, Texai,
brl glass warn.
21. B., Holly Springs, Mi.s., Ibrl unt
iles. ii. 11 Jt C, Milium, Ky. 1 hale battinp.
iW. no uiark, ewing maibine.
M. Jv Bell, Ullln, 111., 1 pr blind.
i no mark, 4 bdlet, (-.' dnx waslibuarcla.
irtl. Llvlupaton & Co-, Iron founder!,
Pitts bnrif, 1 box apple parera.
'.T. I1.A. Kldd, 1 box flankn.
!. Dan Ftaelan, Vickiburjr, 1 bdla (I
S9. C. II. W.,1 wash atand.
M). Mary Sample, Calvert City, 1 box
31. Smith Broa Cairo, 1 box H H goods.
it. H'orrell A lleltz. Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II 11 good.
II. Win. Held, Gooie Ielaud, I box nn.
W. T. T. Travis, Dig I'ond, Ark., 1 box.
51. W. H. Uasltii), Cairo, 1 box H II
V. Miss Kate Potnta, Cairo, 1 box.
. iiothchilUa k i o., Cii..,U., Ibux.
:i8. no mark, t buii'a paper palii
ay it. L. Aiken, Uvauaville, lud., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box II II Roods.
41. M. A. ClintoL. Ky., 1 box auufl.
4'. M. y., 1 bureau.
4). It. Vt . y. Thompson, Ldy, 1 box fcln-
K" n pa.
41. t. W. K . TlidiBpiou I.dtf, I box
4',. K.W. I)., Thompson Ldi?., 1 box
4 K.W. D., Thoinison Ldg., 1 box
41. r.. w . U.
4 K. W. D ,
Thompson Ldg., 1 hoi
Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
4 i K. . D.. Thompson tin.
to. e. w. d
Thomson Ldg , 'i brl
M. E W. D., Thompson lit , H t'H
W. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
M. K.W. U.. Thompson Ldg., Wo., 1
M. K. V. L)., Toorapson Ldg., Mo., 1
U. . tv. D., Thompion Ld , Mo., 1
box brandy cberrlea.
M. K. W. l., Thompson L6 Mo., 1
:T. 8. J Simp.on, L ke Charlea, Miss.,
.') boxes tobacco,
n. no mark. 1 box II H gooda.
's. do 1 box mdae, .
do HhrlC. O aa'ta.
A. 11., New Madrid. 1 hoz mare.
no mark, 1 trunk mdae.
It. T. A son, Heelfoot, 1 box ca- dy.
H. A K.. Kankina Lde.. Mio.. I but
tit. (ieo W. Craig, care. Ona Fowler,
I ale mure.
M. Uouaeman. Armon A Co., 8'. Louli
In hdlta cotton eack.
t.9. no mark. 1 bot b ulng paddle.
7 . do 2 biitln tobarco.
71. S. bunny Side. I bag coffee.
do do Y brl auvar.
11, M C. McNalrv, M. Charlea, Ky.. I
box aund le .
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp ehlmnlea.
71. A. Kaon, Mlileklna Bend, 1 box
7V bo mark, 1 box anndrlea.
b. Navaro. Little Hock, 1 brl glaaa
ware. 77. no mark, i bucketa bar atorea.
do 1 box bar atoret.
s. N , I box bar itorea
. Butler A Haft, Uolly Retreat, Mifa.
dot meaic. ne.
J II. Cavanera, Monterey, Ark, 1
bix Are cracker.
uo n ark, 1 biliu wagon roili".
do 1 hrl irieMware.
K. S. Aiken, Kvanev'.lle, t boxei
91. D D .JayoeA Son, Tbila , 1 box
9.'. McKeowp A Pond, 2 boxci atove fli
turee. W.. Jno. Uolden, Ii'andvl le, Ky. box
ua 1 boota.
!7. no mark, 10 bl ck valiee.
9S. do 1 trunk.
W. J B. Prav, 1 trunk.
1 0. K , 9 plows.
101. ltueeel. Blrd'i Point, 3 plows.
102. A., Cairo, lhox buggy beds, and
1 box gearine.
THB HALLIDAY A PUILLII'S WilARF-HOAT
Cairo. III.. Aug. 5th. 1S84.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
la maniflci'ntly altuated In tne southern part ol
Wisconsin. Pupils arriving at Dubuque, B at Du
buque or Galena, III., may telephone to Academy
lor conveyance. For further particulars apply for
catalogue. ST. CLAKA ACADKMV.
Slnsinawa Mound, Grant Co., Wia.
ST. EEGINA ACADEMY, EDGEW00D,
the mairnllrent gift of ex Got. Waehbnrn, Madl
ion. Wis., Is a branch ol St. Clara's and offers fine
aducatlonal advantages. 7)0-2m
CUE T BR 23d year opena September 10. A MUM
tary College with University powera. Depar'mente
in Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Classics and En
gllih. Circulars of Capt. W. P. llalliday and N.B.
Thlstlewood and of Meara. P. W. Barclay, Chat.
Oalllgher and K. II. Cunningham, ol this city, or
of COL. 1IIKO. HYATT, President.
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avenue and 29th St., Chicago),
Metlioal Uejwrtment ot
The Northwestern University.
N. 0. DAVls, M. i., LL. D., Dean.
The Co leelate year wlllbeisln Sept. 21, 188t, and
eloia March 44, 1885, The courne of instruction la
graded. Students being divided Into drat, second
and third year clauses, (uallflcationa for admis
sion are either a Degree of A. B.. a certiorate of a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of instruction la conspicuously prao
1l mm1 la an1laH tflth W mrAm nt ta f
St. Luke's and Michael Reeae Hospitals, daily at
the bedside of the lick. The Prsttltionera' Course
will begin tha day after the Annual Commence
ment and e nt'rue four woeki. Feea, in advance:
.Matriculation, 13.00: Lectnres, $7S.00; Demonstra
tor, o.OO. Hospitals: Mercy, IA.00; Ht. Luke's,
5.o0. Laboratory. Si.Oo: Breakage. t.00. Fina
Examination, 3i 00, February Int. Practitioners'
Course, t.io.00. For furthor information, address
w ALiitK hay, m. D LL. D., Secretary,
7l5-4wd) 243 State St., Chicago, III.
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JIT IIll . JD-H.HXNa, of Ui IM)lanr
alall aad aontntnU tmna tmlnnt mwtlral m4a.,aaarHS
It a. lata, a. ia riiw u., a., tmi c.
ITHE GREAT GERMAN
Hvllevea and cures
BACK At HE,
8oreneit, Cuts, Bruises,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Bold by all PriiKKlats and
Dealers. Directions In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
uwiMit to a. vwiri.tR a co )
limll'iuore. Mri., V.R). A.
The ivpnthtlon nf Ilos-etter'a Stomurh L'itti-rs aa
a preventative of epidemics, a atomachic, an In
vlL"iraut, a general renorative, and a specific for
fever ami ugae, liidlgintinn, billlona air.-cfone.
rneauiatlsm, nervous iletrlltr, cons'ittitioual weak
nes,, Is eft'itillnhed apou tbc sound bans of more
than twenty years eTuerlt-ccu. and can no more be
shaken hy, the claptrap ni'strums ol oriscientifl J
preter.ders than the everlaetlng liills bv the winds
ttiat rustle throunh their defiles.
ror sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
LIVER COMPLAINTS. 5
Bwanse it acta on tha LITEM, BOWELS and
EIDXEIS at the asm time.
Because H oleanaea tha syrtem of the poison
oua humora that develope in Kidney and Uri
nary Ihaeaaee, BUlousneas, Jaundire, Constipa
tion, Pilaa, or la Baeumausm, Neuralfla, Mar.
vous Dlaordera and all Female Complaints.
XT &OUD PR(Xr Ot mis.
TV WILL 8CTKEL7 CURB
By eaualng FfiSB ACTION of all the organa
mxiA fiinM i rm m iih.K
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
restoring tha normal power to throw off rliinaan
TH0U8ANDS OF CASES
of the worst forma of these terrible diaeasee
have been quickly relieved, and in a short tuna
PBirE, 1. LtOlID OR DRT, HOLD BY DBl'64iIST!j.
Dry can be sent by mail.
WELLS, SICIIA&DSOM Co., BurUrurton, Vt.
9 SeoiJ tump Ln Ditty Ainuuac fcr
I Cni'k, Sprains, Wrenches. Rlieu-
malum, euralrla, Bctatlra,
Fleuiisr Tains, Stitch in tha
Side, Backache, Swollen Joints,
Heart Unease, Sore Muscles,
Fain In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local or
dueMwaU-d are instantly relieved and speedily cured by
the well-known Hup I'ltutrr. Compounded, as it Is, of
the medicinal virtuetiof fre?h flops, Gums, Halaaiusand
Extracts, It is Indeed the best patn-kllllnir, stimulating,
Soothing and strcnirthenintr Porous PlaxUT ever nuuiu.
Hup Flastm are sold tiy all druegiiita and country itorea.
li cents or nve ror XI w. i apaa
Mailed on receipt of M II V
lropriators and Manu
I iTUvu-(i tonflo, breAtb jur stoniorh and llrer
awwuwnimi iiT iimwii-T n wimiwn nnn ijTPr nun, wns,
The Rcgnlar Cairo 4 Paducah Daily
SSI. GUS FOWLER
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKOE JOBKs, Clerk.
leaves Ptdncah forCiIro daily (Snudaya except
ed) at 8 a. in ., and .Mouud City at 1 p. m. Return
Ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m
We are glad to observe the great interest
manifested by our people with reference to
the opening of the theatrical season and tho
character of the talent engaged by Capt.
Shields for their entertainment during the
corning long winter evenings.
Last Sunday Thk Bulletin contained a
list of tho companies booked, numbering
about thirty. Since that time many letters
have been received from some of the most
notable combinations on the rond, inquir
ing as to date?, &c. It is not at nil im
probable that Emma Abbott, Florence and
his Mighty Dollar, and M. B. Curtess with
his new piece, "Spo Cash," a new and orig
inal drama, a sequel to Samuel of Posen,
may visit us during the winter. Every,
thing looks encouraging for our doliphtful
little opera house, which we feel will be
better patronized this year than at any
tima in its history.
If You Do!
If 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 house,
Advertise in The Cairo Bulletin.
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CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 9, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAVER OP ALEXANDER COUNTT
K.NTEHED AT THB CAIRO POBTOPPICB FOH
TRANHMIflHION TnHOUOIITHB MA TLB AT
BKCOND CLASS UATK8.
We are authorized to announce that Mr. Angtia
Leik is an Indeuandeut candidate for Slate's At
torney of Alexander County, in tu aunroachiug
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
n. Iitiu as a candidate for re election to tha
office of C ircuit Clerk, In the ci nilng election, lu
The Joneboro Oazttto lis a long ex
tract this week from a letter written by P.
V. N. Davii, of Adds, to Win llouch, of
Rochester, New York, in answer to a re
quest for his views as to whether in this
country we should have free trade or a
high protective tariff. The letter is full of
sound logic and true Democratic doctrines.
The Coulterville Headlight, a Republi
can paper, gives our own Capt. Thomas
Wilson the following kindly notice:
"Mr. Wilson is the candidate for the
State Board of Equalization in this district.
His large experience and his competency,
coupled with m integrity and strict atten
tion to business, render him eminently fit
ted for the important position to which he
aspires, and which he has so satisfactorily
filled in the past, and our people should ac
cord him a hearty support on the 4th of
Now, my friends, are you prepared to
keep in power a party ttat wants to inter
fere with your personal liberty? I do not
speak to you as German?, as saloon-keepers,
(l any thin,; ele. I appeal to you as hon
est men. I)u you believe that you can
make a man a Christian by statutary enact
ment? Do you believe that you can send a
man to heaven by law? What will make a
man good? It is the gentle voice of his
wife, of his daughter and his mother. It
is the warnings of the teachers and preach
er. If you attempted to force a man into
morality yon make him worse than he wa9
before. Carter Ilarridon at Belleville.
Burglars ransacked Mr. John A. Mil
ler's residence on Seventh Street Sunday
niht, but took nothing of value.
Buffalo Bill and his Wild West show
is to come off in the enclosure of the Cairo
Bsseball Association. The grounds will
be temporarily enlarged for this purpose.
A bad fight occurred late Saturday
night at a barbecue on Thirteenth Street,
between Eliz Jones and Dink Taylor,
negroes. Fist?, clubs and razors were used,
but neither party was seriously hurt. They
were fined yesterday by Justice Robinson.
There will be a grand excursion from
Chicago and o'lier points east and west to
Loa Angelos and other points in California,
leaving Chicago the 29th of October, and
Kansas City on the 30th. Low rates and
through sleeping berths. For further par.
ticulars address B. A. Hadsell, colony agt.,
164 Market St., Chicago, Ills.
Capt. James B. Eads has The Bulle
tin's thank9 for a copy of the London
Times containing three columns of editor
ial discussing the Capt.'s proposed Atlantic
and Pacific railway. A minute description
of the Capt's plans is given and the Times
does not hesitate to pronounce the scheme
a very ingenious and practicable one, and
to commend it to the English government
Centralia Democrat: "Mr. Pink, an
agent of the American Express Company,
is now installed in the office of the Cen
tralia Ilouse. Mr. Pink is well and favor
ably known by traveling men generally,
and is quite an addition to the offices of
this famous hostlery. Mr. Rexford has
been assigned to the charge of the Illinois
Central hotel at Mendota, but the railroad
company have as yet failed to get rid of the
present manager. As soon as he is dis
placed, Mr. Rexford will have contral of
both hotels." The Mr. Pink referred to in
the foregoing is Mr. Charles Pink, formerly
of this city, a son of Mr. C. Pink, of the
American Eipress Co. here.
The Charleston Blues can certainly not
crow over tho defeat of the Cairos yeBter
day. They cannot find any good reason
for doing so. The Cairos wero composed
entirely of young men who work for a liv
ing and who play ball occasionally for
amusement, practicing perhaps once in a
week or two. There was not a profession
al player among them. The Blues had four
men who play base ball as a business, and
to theso four exclusively is duo the victory
of yesterday. Tho Charlestons engaged
these professionals at considerable expense,
and came here expecting to win back their
money in bets; but there is good reason to
believe that they fell considerably short in
their expectations, as our sporting men
generally were aware of the trick and held
onto their money. They will, therefore,
have to be satisfied with what Rlory they
can scrape up, as compensation for their
pains, and as a very large proportion of
that belongs to their St. Louis hirelings,
me iituu mat iney can justly claim as
theirs will cost them dearly. But the boya
gave an Interestinp; Rame, and for this, on
behalf of the people who witnessed it, w
j express grauiuaa to tuem.
Cairo ys. Paducah, Louisville,
Charleston and St. Louis.
It has been many years since the popu
lar mind here was so much agitated over
baseball as it was Sunday and yesterday.
Baseball was all the talk on the streets, at
homes and in places of business.
Sunday's contest was especially exciting,
for the Paducah club, so called, coming
down on the steamer Ous Fowler with a
band and 300 followers, challenged gen.
eral attention. The Baseball Association
had completed all arrangements for a game.
A high fence enclosed a fine plant of ground
360 by 350 feet; seats were provided for
one thousand people, and yet they proved
to be much inadequate to accommodate the
great throng that w&b drawn to the grounds.
It is estimated that about twelve hundred
people were present.
The game opened about 3 o'clock. It
was a very close game till tho seventh in
ning was reached, when the Cairo's con
cluded to stop dallying and came down to
business. Both clubs played well, and, on
the whole, the game was an interesting
one. At the conclusion, the score stood as
Cairos 1 3200043 -
The Cairo's did not play their half of
the last inning. They did not want to
kick their opponents after they wero down.
The Cairo's have the greater reason to bo
proud of their victory, Bince they did not
have a real professional player in their nine,
while the Eckfords had two from Louis
villethe pitcher and catcher.
Yesterday's game was not so interesting
for our boys. The Charleston club, smart
ing under the very signal defeat they suf
fered at thejhands of the Cairos some days
ago, determined to down our boys. But
knowing that.neither themselves nar . any
other amateur players around here would
dare to undertake tho job with any hopo
of success, they sent to St. Louis and at a
cost of several hundred dollars
procured the services of four members of
the St. Louis Browns and the Prickly Ash
clubs, men who play ball for a livelihood
and who receive large yearly salaries for
their services, one of them f 3,000 per an
num. The pitcher, catcher, first baseman
and short stop were St. Louis professionals,
two of whom are advertised to play the
Philadelphia club in St. Louis to-day.
Thus enforced the Charleston Blues arrived
yesterday forenoon on the Iron Mountain
road, accompanied by probably two hun
dred people. The boys were all fine look
(The game began at 3 o'clock sharp, in
the presence of perhaps five hundred peo
ple. It was evident from the first that the
Charleston (?) club would carry the day.
and that the four professionals constituted
the strength of the club. The score stood
15 to 2 in favor of the "Blues"; but the
"Cairas" have much reason to congratulate
themselves that they were able to keep the
score down to those figures and whitewash
their opponents twice.
The next game will probably be with
the Columbus club.
Every glorious act of a great life Btarts
forward an eloquent fact. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup is the glorious act of a life's
study, and it is a posi ive fact that it stands
without a rival.
M. E. Quarterly Conference.
The quarterly conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, of this city, met
last evening in the lecture room of the
church Tne following is a substance of
tha reports that were read:
Nearly $800 have been collected in the
past three months for old debts and repairs
on the church. This amount has been col
lected entirely by the pastor, without any
straining whatever nor from suppers or en
tertainments ot any kind, but by generous
donations only. Besides paying for all the
repairs, old debts, &c, there is a handsome
surplus in the treasury, and the pastor's
and presiding elder's claims arc all met or
The following resolution from the trus
tees of the church was submitted and
Resolved, that the trustoes and members
of the M. E. church extend hearty thanks
to Rev. J. A. Scarritt for his untiring zeal
in behalf of the church.
The committee on parsonage and furni
ture also reported a resolution thanking
Mr. and Mrs. Scarritt for repairing, paper
ing and keeping the parsonage in such good
condition at their own expense.
The following committees were elected
for tho ensuing year:
r Committee on missions, Mr. P. W. Bar
clay, Mrs. A. Kinnear, Mrs. J. A. Wood
son. Committee on Sunday School, Mrs. O.
D. Williamson, Miss Mary McKee, Miss
Committee on temperance, Mrs. Mattie
Smith, Mrs. Christman, Mrs. E. C. Ford.
Committee od tracts, the pastor in
Committee on education, Mrs. Casper
Yost, Miss Lou Christman, Mrs. W. L,
Committee on church extension, the pas
tor in charge.
Committee on church records, Dr. J. S
. Committee on parsonage and furniture,
Mra.O. D. .Williamson, Mrs. P.W.Bar.
clay, Mr. J. Barclay.
Committee on chnrch music, Walter F.
McKee, N. BThistlcwood, P. W. Barclay.
Committee on pastor's salary, W. H. Oak
ley, J. S. Barclay, W. L. Bristol.
Committee on conference claim", W. II.
Oakley, J.S. Barclay, W. L. Bristol.
Freedman's Aid, pastor in charge.
Elected for stewards, Walter Bristol, W.
II. Oakley, P. W. Barclay, W. P. McKee.
Recording steward, Casper Yost.
District Steward, W. F. McKee.
Trustees, P. W. Barclay, R.J. Thomas,
E. C. Ford, O. D. Williamson, James Bar
clay, George Parsons, Jr.
A note of thanks was extended to an un
known friend for his donation of $250 to
wards paying off the old debt of the
church; and a resolution was adopted ex
pressing thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Scar-
ritt for their many and manifold
works for the good of the church and the
congiegation, to which resolution Mr. Scar
rit responded very feelingly.
Presiding Elder Nash, in the course of
his remarks, beforo the conference, express
ed the belief that tho M. E. Church of
Cairo would send in the cleanest report of
any church in the conference. M.
Antonio Cella Dead.
At 10:55 o'clock Antonio Cella died at his
housq on Commercial Avenue above Eight
eenth Street. About 5 o'clock yesterday
morning ho was found in his bed in an
unconscious state, but it was mistaken for
drousiness until S o'clock when Dr. Parker
was summond to attend him. But he was
beyond the reach of medical aid. He re
mained unconscious all day until his death.
Apoplexy is believed to have been the
cause of death.
Mr. I. Laird, New Baden, Robertson
county, Texas, was cured of rheumatism by
the use of St. Jacobs Oil, the wonderful
pain anihilator. Fifty cents a bottle.
Tho Cairo base ballists were defeated
yea'terday by a professional team from St.
Louis. The score stood 15 to 2 in favor of
the visitors. The visiting club was repre
sented as bailing from Charleston, Mo.,
but it seems it was only in tho name, as the
club was almost entirely made up of pro
Cliff Arnott formerry clerk of the Qus
Fowler, is back again at his post as first
clerk. Cliff is an excellent clerk and has
has been in the employ of the Paducah
& Cairo Packet Co. ftu ten or twelve
years, having seived on the famous little
packet Jos. Fish, Jr., for a number of
The Qua Fowler ai rived here Sunday ev-
oning at 1 :30 with fully 300 people from
Paducah to witness the match game of
ball between the Eckfords, of Paducah,
and the Cairo City club, in which the Eck
fords were defeated, the score standing Bix
Yesterday the thermometer on wharf
boat No. 2 marked 98 in the shai'e at 3
o clock. The weather for the past few
days has been unusually hot for the season,
and old Sol's fiery rays seem unmercifully
severe on us.
Geo. Jones, who has been acting as clerk
of the Gus Fowler for several months, has
gone to Memphis, where he will likely
steamboat this fall and winter. George is
a first class clerk.
The steamer General Meade, which sunk
a few pays ago in the Missouri river, has
been raised, and as soon as repairs are com
pleted she will again enter St. Louis and
Missouri river trade.
Mike Kelly is mate of the Port Eads.
Mike was stationed here last fall and win
ter loading barges for the Mississippi Val
ley line. Mike is a valnable man to the
line he works for.
The famous Charles Morgan is to receive
about $10,000 worth of repairs, and will
enter her old trade from Ciniinuati to New
Orleans as soon as the stage of the river
We are under many obligations to Mr.
Charles Baugbman for writing up our river
column for the past few days, and will say
that he did it in aa able and efficient man
ner. The Annie P. Silver lef here yesterday at
4 p. m. for New Orleans 'drawing 8 feet,
which is all the freight she wanted on the
present stage of water.
The Ohio is falling fast from Evansvilie
to Cairo. Ileav.C rains at GVcinnuti and
Louisville Saturday may swell the stream
in that section.
Tho Port Eads arrived fron? New Or
leans Sunday. She will load here and
leave again for New Orleans Friday.
Tho fine anchor steamer, City of St.
Louis, leaves St. Louis to-morrow at 5 p. m.
for New Orleans.
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg, and is due here to
The popular packet, Hudson, leaves St.
Louis to-mrrow evening for Cairo and Pa
The Belle Memphis, from Vicksburg,
passed up last night for St. Louis.
Legal Blanks Kept for Sal$
at The Bcllktln office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Heal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
These are Solid Facta.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly ia Electric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary organs, or who aver
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Electric Bittera tba
best and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, every bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction ar money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
rJuckien'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 ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., was afflicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians could give no relief. Iler
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief waa
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay .
lsros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
B-Jf" Dd it at nnpfl. For 10 r.entfl crel a
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nnnkarrn nf Dinninnrl T)va at tlin rlriMrerinta.
o" ' oei
They color anything tho finest and mostde-
sirauio colors, wens, uicnarason s uo.,
Burlington. Vt. Samolo cards. 32 colors.
and book of directions for 2c stamp.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and br-.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
licve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistako about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho 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.
In the Hop Plaster are united Frenck
Heps, Gums and Balsams, and its power
is wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
this. 1) '
A Fair Offer.
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
When You Feel Blue,
and your back aches, and your head feels
heavy, and you wake uo refreshed in the
morning and your bowels are sluggish or
costive, you need Kidney-Wort. It is na
ture's great remedy, and never fails to re
lieve all cases of diseased kidneys, torpid
liver, constipation malaria, piles, rheuma
tism, etc. It operates similtaneously on
the kidneys, liver, and bowels, strengthen
ing them and restoring healthy action.
Put up in both and liquid form. Sold by
Cheap Homes 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 $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makenp your mind to go ana
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1S82. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate it
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townsend. Gen 1 Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
For the Cure of Coughs, CoWi,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Infto-j
noarscness, uroncnuis.vruup, uwui
. iin "... T
enza, AStnma, noopmg v,uugu, un
cipient Consumption and for the reJ
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale!
by all Druggists. Price, t$ Cent