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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
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Shortest and Quickest Route
Si, Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Ljtxo Kunuum
Q DAILY TRAIN
Making Djkkot Connkotion
I'hains Lliti Caiho:
UO a in. Mail,
Aitivlue In HI. Loult :) a.m.: Chlcago,H:3np.ii.
'i,nii.-c.ilnu' Hi Clillii and Ktflnghain fur CtbCln
natl, Louisville, Iodiauapoll and point Kasl
lU::jr p. in. KiiHt Ht. I.ouU ami
Arriving lii St Louis 0:43 p,jn., and ronuecllii
l..- - w .
IU( Pll fUMIV " CBU
.3:45 y. m. Kutit KxpreuH.
For St. I.oult and Chicago, arriving fit St. Losu
wis p. w.. auu Chicago 7:'.. mi.
3:45 .m Cincinnati KxprcHH.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.: Loulsvllli 1:5J
a. m. ; indlauapolls : a. in. ras-engcra ny
this train reach the ebnvo point 1U to 30
1101 Ks In advance of any other routu.
rrTlie V.M a. m. expres ha PULLMAN
HonKl'lNd CAU from Cairo to Cincinnati, vtitti-
out change, and tbroiib deeper to St. Lol
au't t bicaKO.
Fast Tirno Kast.
J. ciili roiv ''J till line (CO through to East.
il.tUi,tlS era nolnl without ny delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
jood tra.ii fnitu Cairo arrive in new York Monday
nnrnlug at 10:30. Thlrty-iix tiours la advanced!
m other route,
HrFor through ticket and further Information
tiply at llliuot central uanroaa uepoi, cairo.
J. H. jONKH.TlcXct Agent
A. U. HANSON. Gun. Par. Agent. Chicago
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.H.
Train depart. Train arr ve.
tMail ....2:tf)a. m, i tMalU 4:r a. m.
Ktpres 3:45 p. in. I tKxpres 11 4Ti a. m,
;si Louts Ex t'.';!!o p. in. tSt Loul til 2:15 p. m
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7:4' p.m. tSt.L. Wall. . .:) a m,
a. m j t't. L. Iix..o:w p. in.
vr., ST. I.. ft P. R. H.
...4:(0a.m. 'Mail & Ex.. 9.30p.m.
,.4:l p.m. I Accon HI: ui a.m.
T:41 a.m. Freight ti.4i p.m.
tSt I.. Mall.
1st. 1.. fcx.,
.Mall ft ttr.
mobile oiuo n. u.
Vail .. 5:5ia.m. Mall....
Dully except Sunday, t Dullv
.9:10 p. in
DEPARTURE OF MAILS
Arr at I Dep'rt
I. C K. R (ihroueblock mall).. 6 a. m.
' " " ..ll:"0a.m
(vray mall) 2. 30 p.m.
" (Sonthcro Ulv 4::Wp.m.
Iron Mountain It. 11..., $:(ip.m.
Waliaub It. ii 6 a. m.
Texa A St. Loul K. R U noon
bl. litil 4Ciilro K. R 4 p. m.
I Tni IX
3 p. D
9 p. m
9 p. m.
9 p. ra
U p. m.
5 a. m.
3 p. m
Olilolttver 3 p. m
Mia Idver arrive Wed., hnt. It Mon.
" depart Wed , Krl. 4 Sun.
P O. eei del. op. n from 7:3tiam to:30 pm
P.O. box del . open from tt a. m. to V p. in.
Mundaj tree. del. open from. ...8 a. m. to lu a. m.
8nndav box del. open from.... (I a. ra. to 10:30 air
HrNOTK. C'lianirti will aa publUhed from
time to ttnin In city paper. ( Vintre your card ac
o.rUiugly. WM. M. MUKI'liY. P. M
T II 13
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Uuder the
Law of 1883.
Hucccoeor to Widow and Orphan Mmnal Aid So
i ctety, organized July 4th, 1M77, uudur
tho law or IH72.
JOHN II. HOr.INSON 'reldct
WM. STUATi'.J.N Vlce-l'rldldenl
J. A.UOLUSTINK Treasurer
:. W. DUNNINU..., Medical Advltei
THOMAS LBWIS Sucretar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Ktratton, Stratton Alllrd, rro'.or, Cairo, III,
J. A. (tolilxtlne, of(Jolilf lino ,t Horenwater, whole
ale and retml dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. I).;
Pre, lid. Med. Kx., for l'enxlon; Albert I.owln,
commlHslon nterchnnt.-. J. II. Robiuaon, counly
Judge and notary publioj Wm. F. Pitcher, com,
broker and tnauranco agent; R. II. Daltd, city
treet supervisor; M. Phillip, carpinter and bnlld
or; Thoma Lewi, attorney and ancretarr; K.V.
P:erc,attornoy.At-lnw, OuQuolu Ill.jK. C. Pace
canbler of Centennial Banx, Aihlev, 111. Albert
llayden, cashier of George Connolly it Co,, Spring
Held. Ill ; 0. M. Mann, uttorney-at-law, ltitt Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Rolit. A. Hatcher, at-toriiev-at-lavr,
Charlenton, Mo. ; H. Lcighton
caahler First National Hank. Stnart. Iowa,
RASTER'S BALK, '
Statk or lu.tNom I Circuit Court of oald
County, In Chan
OtlA. Osborn, Carolinn K. Oaliorn, Adalinn Poor,
(inorga A. Poor, A 1 mini Poor and Kvau Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mr Wolf wlfo of Henry
Wolf, Fanny Hlirlver, Jefferson Hbrlver,
Loulea Allen, Anna Mary Jarrett,
. and Eliza Flutter,
Mil In Chancery for Partition.
Public Notice la hereby given that, in pursnnnen
of a decree made and entered by nald court in th
above entitled caimo, on the IHtli day of Sept,, A, D.
1HN4, 1, Alexander II. Irvin, Mooter In Chancery , of
the circuit court of Raid comity, will, on
THE ISml DAY OP OCTOBER, 1S8I,
at tho hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at thn
Routhweaterly door of the court homo, In tho city of
Cairo, comity of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public Auction, to the highest anil best
bidder for raeh, all and singular,
tho following tlesrrllMMl premises and real estate
In said decree mentioned, situate In the First
addition to the city of Cairo, In the county of Alex
ander and state of Illinois, 'or so much thereof at
shall be sufficient to satisfy said decree, to-wlt.v
Lots mini berod three (8) and four (4), In block num
bered forty-eight ( W).
Dated Colro, 111,, Sept. IIHh, 1884.
' Master In Clmncwy.
(leo, Flilier, Complainants' Solicitor.
Report of the Condition of the
CITY NATIONAL. BANK
at Cairo, In the State ol Illinois, at thl close of
Sortenilicr 80t!i, 1881..
Loan and discounts ' 'fill, .VIM
Overdrafts S.007 63
U. s. bonds to secure circula
tion 2.on) on
Other stocks, bonds and mort
' 11(1,IK8 75
Mini irom approved reserve
agents - UU.M7 411
Due from other National bunks ff.l.Vbl W
Duo from Stale banks and
bankers S8.1U5 14-87,6'JO 18
Real estate, furniture and Ox
lure 20,517 40
Current expense and taxc
, paid... 3,178 08
cnee.ks ana oiner faun iiem.. l.wi ui
Illll or other liauk ,1n,i:yiKI
Frautlonal paper currency,
nickel und peouie TV) 97
(iold $ ,n7 )
Silver 7.311 fHI-BI.4fiH0O
Legal Tender note Vi,im 0O-B!i,27 !rS
ueiiiiinpuon iiiuii wiiii u. .
Treasurer, r pur ceut. of
circulation) 1,125 00
uue rrom u. B. Treasurer,
other than 6 par cent. ro
deuiption fund 500 00
ToTAU. ... $772,904 34
Capital dork paid in.- Iim.om on
Surnlii Fund 1&0,J(W Oll-250,0li0 (10
Undivided Profit 2481 Hi
National bunk note outsluud
lB 22,500 0!)
iniiiviiiiiai uepoHits sutiject to
check $143,141 1!)
Demand certificate of deposit. tl,m 45
Certified check 5.4) ID
Due to other National banks.. 3,5 :! 35
Due to State banka and bank
er 47,7:18 90-417.M7
ot and bill re-dlicounted. 58,29212
Total $772.H4 S4
BIUW.-UI Illinois, county 01 Aiexanner, ss.
I, Thos. W. llalllday, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statemeut
1 true to llie liest or my knowledge and belief.
Tuns. W. llAU.iDiV. Cashier.
Siibacrlbed and sworn to before me this 4tn day
m . ..........
01 ucmuer, jhm. u. l. tSAll.r. I,
R. II. CrNNtxomK, )
O, D. Wh.liaiison, V Directors,
II. II. CiliOBS,
rHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
Geueral Banking: Business
THOS, V. IIALLIUAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
KXOLUSIVEI.YA SAVIXUS HANK.
Commercial Aveuue aud Eighth Street
F. BltOSS. President.
II. WELLS, Cashier.
P. N2FF, VlcePrcs'nt
T. J. Kcrth. Ass't cash.
. Ilross... Cairo I WMUm KIiilo. .C:.lro
Peter Ncu" " William Wolf.... "
C. M . Ostcrlob....M. " I C. O. Patler. "
K A.HUder " I II. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A iiEXRKAL BANKING UUSINKSS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Iutereft pabl it
the Saving Department. Collections made and
all bnglnesn promptly attended to.
J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, ELECTRO VAPOR and MEDICATED
A iady In attendance.
Y M. J1AUKELL, M. I).
OFFICE-East Side Commercial, below 8th St.
)K. K. YV. WUITLOCK,
Urnri-No. 138 Commercial Avenne. between
ICBbtb and Ninth Streeu
JJ G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFPICE-Clty Drug Storo, Carbondale, 111.
00 a m
W pj raj M
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 7, 1884. '
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, I3ronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan-l
ceu stages of the Disease, tor bale
by all Druggists. Price, t$ Cents.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mado to Order.
8tb St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Avo.
CAIRO. - ILL
Repairiucr neatly done at short notice.
(ALLIDAY BROTH KRS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiehpst Cash Pri"e Paid for Wbfat
The Regnlar Cairo Padncah Daily
et GUS FOWLER
II BNIIY E. TAYLOR, Slaster.
GEORUE JOBEa, Clerk.
lcve Pidncab forCiIro dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. in., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ng, leavea Cairo at 4 p.m.; Moand City at 5 p.m
n A LADY of ABILITY
To canvass for Madame Grlswold's
Patent Hklrt Suni'ortinn Corset and
Sklrl-snpporter. '.n Cairo and vhlnl-
ty. inese are w ithout a rival. Send
J. B. PUTNAM. Gen. Art..
lit) State Street, Chicago
Caveats, Re-Issues and Trade-Marks sccned, and
all other patent causes in the Patent Office and
before the Courts promptly and carefully attended
Upon receipt of model or sketch of invention, I
make careful examination, and advise as to
patentability Free of Charge.
FEES MODERATE, end I make NO CHARGE
UNLESS PATENT IS SKCURED. lnlnrmatlnn.
advice aud special references sent on application.
.). n, bin r.Lb, vtashinuton, u. (J.
NearU. H, Patent Office.
VoVtt Dr. KEAN,
Ku. Ill Soma Cull ST., C&luf o Ik.'
UlilltliMl I'M 1, Ii lull IrMUDt all Prf
Ttw, N.rroui, Uarwile uii 8(cUI df
saltmtoa pwwa.ll,, or by UlUr It,
Dr. Kn ii Hi. only pti,ilcliin Id Ihi
fltT Oi.t w.rrsiita cgr. or Bon... A3
tut UlottnUd book, aiar l.wo iiiuuUtlluu., tl kjatU.
UK. H. H. RANK, of Ilia rMjillar.?
Itom. bow offer a Rrm.ily wli.rtr
njr mi. rum kl..lf qulriljr aid ll. nj. for l.illinw
DUU.nd.rttl,. nrm.nl. fn.ni.mhi.nl mr.llr.1 iii.n.Ac.i'Mr.al
11. U. kAilK, A.M., B.U., l0alua 5U, ..w lor. (kj.
River ab out on a stand here.
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Bolle Memphis from Vicksburg
passed up tor St. Louis last night.
Uot and clear yesterday and the weather
has the appearance of Indian summer.
The fine steamer City of Bayou Sara is
duo hero to-Jy from New Orleans for St.
It is rather doubtful about tho Springer
getting a day to load at St. Louis this week
in the Anchor line.
The Gus Fowler had tho largest passen
ger list yesterday that elio has had for sev
eral weeks. .
The Sidney Dillon with a tow of empty
barges from the Port Eads left hero for St.
Louis yesterday morning.
Yesterday tho thermometer crawled up
into the eighties. Bet two to ono on hav
ing rain in next 48 hours.'
Tho City of Helena from St. Louis arriv
ed here at 2 a. m. yesterday with a splen
did trip, and depaftod for Vicksburg at 0
The City of St. Louis arrived liuro at 0
a. m. yesterday. She hud about 1C00 tone
of freight; departed for How Orleans, at 11
John Carroll, Jim Kelsoe, Marion Pur
cell, Joe Jacobs, Al Folkucr, Bob Bowles,
all Ohio and Mississippi river pilots, went
outh to look at tho rivor on the BtoamcrsJ
City of Helena and City or St. Louis yester
day. Tho James Guths-io, one of the finest
tido wheel packet of the Louisvillo and
Evitusvillo line, has boen ou tho ways at
Paduoah for repairs. She wa lot off, Sat
urday and will enter the trado again u
toon a wator permit.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL P APE It Of ALEXANDER COUNT
ENTERED AT TUB CAIRO P08TOKRI0B FOR
TRANSMISSION THUOUOn THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
"Hovr dear to the hetrt are the scenes or oor
Wheo our Inlaut le minds and our foot w'o
What frolic aud fun we onjoyod In those fool
When our brow were uukult and uncombed
wa our Lair.
Tho' we loved like a father that iternest of
We will novor forget theplay of hi reaturc.
A ho roo from the pin that we placed on thn
The pin that was poptod,
The pin double-Jointed,
The pun'..plcrclug pin that provoked him to
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Tho Eulva Lockwood show will bo on
the road in a few days and then tho Blaine
mcnagery will bo returned to winter quar
tersor swamped. Belva will do all tho
There are sixty-seven Republican and
Independent papers in this country sup
porting Mr. Cleveland. Of there many are
the most influenzal in the land, such as
tho N. Y. Times, Herald, Evening Post,
Harpor's Weekly, Boston Herald, Adver
tiser, Transcript, Gazetto, Springfield,
(Mass.) Republican, etc. These carry a
After twenty-five years Joe Howard
the newspaper correspondent, confesses
that he coined the story about Lincoln'
escape in disguise from Philadelphia to
Washington. Lincoln did escape an alleg
ed plot to assassinate him, but Howard in
vented the Scotch cBp and long cloak dis
guise because Lincoln had him locked up
to keep the matter out of the papers until
he wps safe in Washington.
Quoth J araes : ' 'My uncle has a hen
Whose Bge is wondrous very ;
She turned her three score years and ten
Some time in January."
Says John: "That hen is old and gray,
But I have more than matched it ;
Down at ray boarding house to-day,
They cooked the hen that hatched it,"J
A new Industry has been started at
Rochester, New York. A company is en
gaged in putting up reaJy f cooked farin
acicus food, and have put on the market in
two pound packages, dessicated, or ready
cooked oat ' meal, cracked wheat, hominy,
beans, and peas. With this preparation
and hot water only, mush, oat meal, bean
soup, &c, is ready for tbe table in three
minutes, and guaranteed absolutely pure,
these goods arc handled and fur sale bv
Stratton & Bird, who have just received a
Gone ia the day of tho coat of mail,
When into the toroament,
Crowned with his lady' shimmering voil,
The true knight boldly went.
And gone are the days,whcn a uniform,
And a bit of tho gold, gold lace.
Took the fluttering female heart by storm
With a glamour of martial grace.
Alack and alack for tho wooing o't I
Alack and alack for me!
For a coachman's hat and a buttoned coat
Are love's last livery.-Pu3k.
The Chicago editors have a little fun
occasionally. A short time ago the editor
of the Chicago News charged that the edi
tor of Chicago Journal wrote a hand by the
side of which the hieroglyphics of the
ancient Egyptians were plain as print. The
editor of the Journal denied this, but wrote
the denial In such a way that tho printers
set up Tribune instead of News. Then the
editor of the Tribune grew indignant Bnd
wrote a note to Mr. Shuman denying tbe
statement. The Journal editor could not
read the note, but printed it in the crop re
ports, and wrote a note to the editor of tho
News, having by this time discovered the
mistake. Tho New man unfortunately
started to read the note upside down, and,
as it was signed Shuman. made the verv na
tural mistako of thinking it was an article
on "Seaman," and bo sailed into the owners
of vessel who persisted in Daviner sailor
such small wages. By this time the editor
of the Tribune crew indignant at not hav
ing his note anBwerod, and wrote another,
saying: "Sir: -I desiro you to retract tho
assertion that tho editor of this sheet ever
published a lino reflecting on your pen
manship. It ia not the custom of this pa
per to indulgo in idlo jests at a man's mis
fortunes or mechanical dofects." And to
this the Journal man, not, of course, being
able to read it, responds : "Your apology
is sufficient. As you are aware, I have long
favored high protective tariff, and am glad
to know you are now convinced it is the
hotter plan." And the editor of the Trib
une as he threw it in tho waste basket, ex
claimed: "When will people learn that
tho author' real namo must accompany all
Fit.goober, ia tho past fow week,
has duvoloped quite a tajont for writing
short, humorous paragraphs. Of this
trait ho ia very proud, and novor lose
an opportunity to let tho people of At
lanta know it. Tho other day ho ap
proached a crowd of gontlomon on a
corner, and soon turned tho conversa
tion to his brilliant efforts. "Say," ho
aid to Plunkott, havo you road my
last kit of huruorP" "I nope so," adV
ly , mused Plunkott, turning softly
.away, leaving , FUzgoobor alone, won:
derlng whether he had boen Insulted or
not Atlanta ConittittUion. '
Cairo vj. Vandalia.
Tho most interesting and closest con
tested game of baseball of tho season was
played in the baseball park Sunday after
noon between the Eclipse of Vandalla and
Cairo'. The visitor although defeated
proved themselves to bo amateurs of no
little merit, displaying pluck, endurance
and judgment creditable to any organiza
tion and proved to the Cairos foe worthy
of them. Their excellent playing was fav
orably commented upon by all prescut,and
their uniform "took tho cuke." Tho at
tendenco was fair, it should be better and
no doubt it would had tho people known
sucli a fine game would have been played.
Tho Cairos got dowu to work from the bo
giuniog and played, considering tho little
practice they have had a surprisingly good
game. Minner and Perkins, the Cairo's
"battery," are a wholo club themselves.
Their support, each in their respective
positions, did well, and with a little more
practice will bo ablo to meet the leading
clubs in a crcdittble manner.
The visitor were well pleased with the
treatment they met with from tbe audience
and, although, being defeated feel no way
disheartened. Mr. Hugh Kelly, manager
of the "Eclipse," hopes in tbe next game
to bo able to recapture their reputation as
tho champions of Southern Illinois. Ap
pended is the score of tho game.
Cairos 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 0-7
Eclipse 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t-2
Y. M. C. A.
Monthly report for month of September
Attendance at room 407.
Stranger welcomed 107.
Calls made by Secretary 150.
Visits to railroad offices, shops, yards,
Personal talks with railroad men 10.
Documents distributed to railroad men
Visits to injured railroad men 1.
Four meeting of ;Boys' Branch atteud
We are, as will be seen by the report,
growing not only in attendance but in
membership a well. In order to make a
more pleasant and attractive home for the
young men fof this city to come to we
feel the need of the earnest co-operation of
every christian lady in Cairo. In view of
this fact we expect soon to call a mcetieg
and ask all lady members of the various
evangelical churches to meet with us for the
purpose of taking into consideration the
organizing of a ladies auxiliary to work in
connection with this branch of the church
Notice of place and time of meeting
will be given through tho daily papers in
duo time. Respectfully submitted,
A. S. Willocohby, Gen'l Sec'y.
Mr. Levi Hottle. Corydon, Indiana, says
he suffered from pain and inflammation
resulting fractured clavical, and after try
ing various remedies without relief, he tried
St. Jacobs Oil and was cured.
A New Railroad.
An enterprise from which Cairo may ex
pect great dividends is projected by the
Kansas City, Fort Scott & Galveston Rail
road Co. They coutemplato building a
branch road from a station on their main
line known as Willow Springs, Mo., through
Carter county, crossing tho Iron Mountain
railroad near PiedmoDt, Mo., thence to
Greenville,. Mo., taking almost an air lino
course thence to Cairo.
The survey for this new route is already
in operation and part of the road located.
The country through which it will pass is
rich, healthy and fertile, well watered, al
most entirely free from railroads, and in
habited by a people who by their industry
and thrift have made tho country a perfect
garden of Eden.
The road will bo about 100 miles long,
and must bo to Cairo of fully as much, if
not more, importance than any of the lines
centering hero. The work of survey is go
ing on rapidly, and if. is expected the esti
mates will be reported to headquarter in
the near future.
Some fashionable ladies aro not satisfied
with ready made fans but must have them
made to ordor. They are, however, satis
fied with Dr. Bull' Cough Syrup.
The Georgia Minstrels.
Cuiro poople generally enjoy a first-class
minstrel entertainment aud they are prom
ised to morrow evening an affair of that
kind which they cannot help enjoying.
Tho Georgia Minstrels famous through
out the east and north, consisting of 20
coloredjfactor with 8 comedians, each
noted in hi special lino. J Among tho at
traction offered will bo "a grand street
parade bythe silver cornet band in full
Admission, 00 and 73, including reserved
seats at Buder's.
Ilotice ii hereby given that tho meeting
called for Gov. Ogleaby at the Opera
House in Cairo on Saturday evening Oct.
11th, has boon pottponed to a later dato on
account of the demonstration at Mound
City on lame date. -'.
0. R. WOODWABS,
; Chairman Congrewlonal Committee.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBtuo', 58 Ohio
On account of the low price of flour, I
have increased the size and weight of my
loaves an 1 now offer to the public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Khatkt.
For the Best Oysters,
gotoDcUaun'p, 50 Ohio levee. " tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New York and St. Loui her new stock ot
millinery and fancy goods and cloak and
Jersey jacket. Sho kindly invites the la
dies to call and examine her stock at tbe
storo formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eighth street.
Look for the Bed Light,
at DcBaun's 00 Ohio levoe.
Special Term of the Circuit Court.
A special term of tho circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois,
tor tho transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business lias been this
day called to convene at tho court bouse in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Ai.rtx U. I it v in, Clerk.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Mrs. L. E. Williamson
has returned homo from St. Louis
after an absenco of several days, hav
ing purchased a largo stock of all
tho latest novelties and styles '
in millencry and fancy goods, although the
majority of her stock has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., and W. II. Lyon, of
which she is receiving daily. tf
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee, tf
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazotte," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King' New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as for thoso of a milder type.
It never fail to effect a speedy euro. My
friondi to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in same high terms. Having
been cured by it of every cough I havo had
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huckien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
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Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
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Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed
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I a i t
Don't You Do It.
Don't suffer any longer with pains and
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Elbridge Malcolm of West Bath, Maine,
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rheumatism and kidney trouble and was
not expected to recover. Tho first doso of
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me on my foet, it ha now entirely cured
Vno and I havo had no trouble since."
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
Atignst 16th to October 25th.
The Illinois Central R. R. ticket to
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good to return on twenty day from date of
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ow Gen. Pas. Agt.
That weak back or pain in the side or -
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when a Hop Plaster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving tho ability to do
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but this, 'tis sure. (5)
A Fair Offer.
Tho Voltaic Bolt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dyo's Celebrated Voltaic
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thirty days, to mon, old and yonng, afflict
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many other diseases.
. Seo advertisement in tuts paper. 1
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and hf-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! Ifo,
send at once and got a bottlo of Mr. Wins-
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