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THJii UA1LV OAlliO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MoItNlNt4 OOTOBEK li, 1884.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL R. R
H VI 1-- 'utf
Sliuittst rtinl yuich'st Routt
St. Louis and (llucagq.
Tho Onlv Ijino Kiinuinu
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikkot Connection
V) IT 41
rutin Ls (Umu:
Arriving In Ht.Loul! UU.m.; Chicgo,H:ao p.n..
Cnnner.ilng at Odin end Kiting ham fur Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indlanapoln aud polut East,
KftHt Ht. J.ouIh mul
Arriving lb fit I.oul 6:41 p. m., tad ronuccttn
for allpolut Won.
3:45 p. in. Ktwrt Kipreai.
For Ht. Loult mil Chicago, arriving at 8t. Lnui
lulip. in.,an)Cblcgo7:;Wa. iu.
;j:4r p. m Cincinnati Kxprenn.
Arriving t Cincinnati 7:00 a. m. ; Loultvlll, f.M
a. m.; ludlanapoll 4.IA a. m. l'-ebguri by
tin train rearb the above point IU to .'iO
UCl'Rb In advance of any other ruulo.
ttTTlit S:if a. 01. express ha PULLMAN
UnaEr-lNl CAIt from Cairo to t'tuclnnall, Willi
oat change, and through Ieeper to St. Louts
Fuhc Time Earn.
P-isitiPntrpru hJ ,lue Krough to Earn.
I dn!Cll jr l S em point without any delay
toed by Kuuday Intervening- Tb Hatnrday after
jiHiu train fiom Cairo arrive In new York Monday
unrntug at 10:3). Thirty ill hour In advanceoi
BH other root.
tVFor through ticket and further informailo
ai'plv at lllluol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. li. JON K8, Tlcaet Agent
A. 0. I1ANHON. Geo. fane. Agent. Chicago
H. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. H.
Train depart. Train arr ve.
tMail i a. n-. i tMall 4: 5 a. m.
Kipre :; p. m. I tExpres 11 4!i a. m.
Ht Loul r x I", in. I tat Loul Ex p. m
I. c. K. R (Southern Ui vinmn)
tMall 4:45 a.m I t. O. Ex .. l:l a. ro.
tKiprei.....ln:ia m. ItN.O Kx... i:i0aw.
t tecum. 3 45 p.m. I tN.O. Ex... .4 lp.w.
ST. L. I. M. R. II.
t Express ...
tst L. Mall..
St. L. ht...
.10:30p.m. I tExpres -2:Wp. m.
7:4' p.m. tst.L. Wall. ..9: a.m.
...:Ja. m j tt. L. Ki..-o:Wp. in.
W., ST. L. P. K. H.
...4:i a.m. I 'Mall 4 Ex.. t . 10p.m.
,.4:(U p.m. I Acco-n Ill::) a.m.
7:45 a.m. Freight 8:41 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO It. It.
Vail 5:e.m. Mll :10p.ra
Dell except suodar. t Dailv.
AKKIVAI. AMU DEPARTURE UP
I. C K. 11 (tbrongb lock mall)., t a. m.
(wr mall)... 'J 80 p.m.
" (Southern DIt 4:3Up.m.
Iron Mountain K R 3:tp.m.
u,h.h r r 6 a. in.
9 d. m.
Texaa A Ht. I.ouli U. R U noon
1 a. ni.
alt. Lonli AC.lroH. H.
..4 p. m.
.. p. m.
3 p. m
Ml Hlvr arrive Wed., bat. a, Mon.
" depart Wed , Frl. Sun.
V u. ten out . op irom..
n . r .. - A -I . i.....
.T:3Uem to 7:30 pm
Hunilaya gee. ' open Irom. ...8 a. m. to lua.ru.
..6 a. m. to 9 p. ro.
Buodavi Dux del. open rrotn....n a. m. iu iu.ju.uj
HySOTK.-Cbanict will purillibed from
time to Hoi In rlty paper. lwotre your card ac
eordloKly. WM. Jl. MUHPUV. V. M
T H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Onranlzed December, 1883, Under the
law of 1883.
Kucceor to Widow aud Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th. 1877, under
the law of 187.
JOHN II. KOMNSON - Fruidunt
WM. ST It ATT N Vlce-I'rtldent
J. A.UULuSTINK ... Treurui
C. W. 1)0 N N IN m Medical AdvUei
TUUMAS LEWIS Secrutar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htration, Btrntton A Bird, cro'.er, Cairo, III.
J. A. Goldmine, of(ioldtln A Rouen water, whole
tale and retHil dry good; C. W. Dunning, M. l.
Pre, lid. Med Kx., for Jenslon! Albert Lewi,
commliilun merchant: J. H Rotilnaon, ciinntT
Judge aurl notary pulillo; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and luturance agent; K. U. Bulril, city
treet inpervUor; M. 1'billtp, carpenter and build
er: Tboma Lewi, tttorney aud aocrutarTj K. V.
P:erc,turney tJw, Dutinoln III. ; K. 0. Pact
canhlur of Centennial BanK, Aihley, Ill.t Albert
llayden, canbler of George Connelly A Co., Hprlng
field. III t B. M .Munu, attorney-aMaw, 160 Ilea
dolpb lreot. Chicago) Hon. Itobt. A. Uatcher, at-toruev-atlaw,
Charleeton, Mo. II. Lelgbtou
cabir Flrit National Hank, Htnart. low.
. STATI or Illinium I Circuit Court of (aid
V County. In Cbnti
CotiMTTor ALK1.ANUIH I cerj. ,
Oil A. OalMirn, Carollnn E. Oeborn, AiUllns l'oor,
UeHirgo A. Poor, Almlru Pour and Kvan Poor,
John Wolf, llnnry Wolf, Mm Wolf wlfn of Hunry
Wolf, Fannv Hbrlvnr, Jnffumiin Hhrlvcrt
Loul Allen. Anna Mitry Jarrott,
aud Kllr.i Flalior, , ,
1)111 In Cliancnry for l'nr.ltlon.
Public Notice 1 hereby given tbut. In immianc
nfatlai.ma n,lu ml unfnrnil hv Raid Court III til
above entitled can, mi the lKlh day of Sept., A. D.
1SH4, 1, Alexander II. Irvln, Mantur In Chancery, of
Ilia circuit court ot laiu county, win, uu
TUB Wild DAY OF OCTOUKH, 1HM,
at the hour nf 11 nVlnrk In the forenoon, at the
outbweaterly door of the court house, In (he city of
Cairo, conntv of Alexander and atate of Illinois. ell
at public auction, to the hlght and bent
bidder - for cah. all aud alngular,
the following deerrllHUl Printline and real eetnte
In ald decree mentioned, ltuate In the First
addition to the city of Culru, In the county of Alex
ander and tate of llllnol. or in much thereof a
ball be itiftlclent to aatlify (aid decree, to-wlt:
lOta nutuliered three (i) and four (4), in block nuiu
bernd forty-eight ().
Dated Cairo. 111., 8t. Itfth, 1HH4.
ALKX II. IIIVIN,
Master in Chancery,
Geo, Fither, Complainant' bullcltor.
B INK STATEMENT,
I eport of the Coudltlon of the
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In the HUte ol lllluol, at the cloeu of
Sentember 80th, 1884.
Loan and discount..... $411,5il U
OvHrdraft 1,007 (8
U. H. bond to locure clrcula-
Other dock, bond and mort
I)uu from approved reserve
agi-iiU I W.M7 49
Due from oilier National Imtik IW,9i7 Ml -Due
from Stale bauk and
banker S8,lUi 14-67,0'JO U
Iteul eetutu, furniture aud fix
ture m. 21,517 40
Curiunl expense au'i taxe
pstd , S.17t) 06
Check and other cash lteuiL.t 1 .991 01
illll or other llaiik V,m W
Fracilonal paper currency,
nickel aud pennies 750 97
Uold $ ,ii7 00
Silver 7,811 00-01,40810
Leuul Tender note 15,000 00-99,287 99
Redemption fund witb U. H.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of
circulation) l.liiS 00
Due from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fund M (00 00
Total. MM 1772,994 84
Capital Hock paid in. -, 100.000 00
Surulu Fund .. 140,000 00250,000 00
Undivided Profit g4,5Hl 88
National bunk note outstand
ing 2i,500 00
Individual deposit aublect to
check $148,141 19
Demand certificate of deposit. ifci.'iOl 45
Certified check f'0 00
Due to other National bank.. 8,516 85
Due to Stele bank aud bank
er 47,7:18 90- 417,517 8'
Note and bill re-dlcoonted. 58.3M 12
Total $772,994 84
State of Illinois, county of Alexander. .
I, Tbo. vV. llalliday, Cashier of tbe above named
buk, do solemnly swear that the above statement
1 true to tbe beat of my knowledge and belief.
Tuo. W. Haixidat, Cashier.
Subscribed aud twora to before me thl4thday
of October, luoi. L. D. BAYLKY,
R. II. rcHNINOHill, )
d. D. Wii.liaiion, VDlreetora,
II. II. Cakuei,
ill E CITY NATIONAL BANK.
. OfC-'uiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
General Bank in? Business
THOri, W. II.VLLUJAY
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
BXCLUSIVBLY A SAVINGS RANK.
'I' !IO&. V. HALW UV ,
tk)iuiiiercial Avenue and Eighth Street
K. UKUSS. rreaident.
U. WKLbS, Cisbler.
P. N5KF, VlcePrei'nt
T. J. Kerth. A('t cash
Bros IV ro I William Klute. .C: lro
PelerNeff ... " William Wolf.... "
C. M Ostcrlph " IO.U. Patler..-.M. "
it A.uuaer in. neu
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledonia.:
A i E.N KKAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Kxchaniro so'.d and bought. Intereit Dald It
the Savings Department. Collection made and
all budnevs promptly attended to.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, ill.
VAr-Olt, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A adr In attemlaoee.
p M. IIARUELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eat Side Comruorclal, below Sth St.
JK. K W. WUITLOCK,
Ornca No. 186 Commercial Avenaa, betweea
Kibtb and Ninth Btreeu
G. PARSONS, M. P.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
3 If PS
For the Cure of Coughs, Coldij
Hoarseness, Uronchitas.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan-
cea stages oi me uiscasc. x or oaic
by all Druggists. Price, t$ Cents.
At MOUND CITY,
SATURDAY, Oct. 11.
Street Parade of Plumed Kni
at one o'clock.
Special train on Wabaih H. R. leave Ca'ro at
12:.HiD. m and 6 p. in. Arrive at Cairo at 5:45
p.m. and 10 p. m.
Fare, Round Trip 25 cents
t7Thl ! the only opportunity vou will have
tw bear GALLANT OLD Ull K In this campaign.
The Regnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOROB JOBEs. Clerk.
lCAve Ptdacab for C tiro daily (Hauday except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound t'ltv at 1 p. m. Return
ng, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Moand City at 5 p.m
STAGES OF TUB RIYER.
River markuil by the gaue at tliia
port, at 2:12 p. ui. yestcrdny, 17 feet 5
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 5 inches.
Chattanooga, Oct. 10. River 0 feet 5
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 10. River 3 feet 9
inchei and riding-
Louisville, Oct. 10. River 2 feet 7
inches and falling.
Nashville, Oct. 10. River 0 fi 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Oct. 10. River 1 foot 8 in
ches and falling.
8t Louis, Oct. 10. River 19 ft 8 inch
es and rising.
Weather clear and pleusant yesterday.
The City of Cairo, from Vicksburg, is
due up to-night for St. Louis.
The B ille Memphis from St. Louis pass
ed down last night for Vicksburg.
A new steamer, tbo Albuta, built for
White river, will pass here to-day.
Snead Strong was in the city yesterday.
He is one of the pilots of the R. S. Hays.
The Pearl loft at noon yesterday. She
goes up the Ohio to Buy City after a tow of
The strikers on the transfers Btepped
down and out yuterday, andjhe $60 boys
will fill their piece.
TLe Gus Fowler had a fair trip yesterday.
She is due at 2 p. m. to-day, and leaves for
Paducah at 4:30 p. m.
The Uudsou will , arrive hero on her
trip to St. Louis this evening, W. F.
Lambdin, pnasenger agent.
French's circus arrived hero yesterday on
the narrow gauge and went by boat - to
Mound City, whore they pluyed last night.
TheR. S. Hays, oftho Mississippi val
ley barge line, arrived here liotn New Or
leans yesterday noon aud passed up for St.
Louis last night'.
The Cly of I!ew Orleans arrived here
yesterday morning at 8 o'clock; departed
for New Orleans at 4 p. m. She had
The Ohio mid Mississippi arc both on
the decline, and the Ohio has but a small
margin to work on before she goes dry.
There is, howevor, a pro pent of llio bo its
getting out by the 1st of January.
The Hudson, from St. Louis, arrival at 1
p, in, yesterday. She wa full of pawn
gers and htd a big freight trip. Sim dis
charged 18,000 feet of lumber at the Vln
cennes wbarl boat, and departed fur Padu
cah at 4:30 p. m.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
N-IKIIFD AT TUB CAIRO POSTOFFICK FOR
l UANBMIuHHIN TU ROCUH TUli MAIL8 AT
HK'JONI) CLASH HAT EH.
' la sho dead yotP"
1 1 should griovo to hear that sho was.
I nm referring to the good-natunsd,
' over-ready, old-fashioned grtindtuothui
of days gone by. Sho was my grand
mother and yours, and, Indeed, every
body olso's, when ono was nooded. I
remember hor ns gray-hairod, wrinkle
faced, and hands crippled with the
hard work of pioneer days. I remem
ber her sympathetic voico and soft
touch hor steol-bowod spoctaclos hci
quaint old snuff-box hor bustling look
and anxious tones as sho camo in tho
back way and called out:
"And so that boy's ' had to give up
and go to bed, eh? Dear mo! but it's
too bad, though I guess it's nothing
serious, and I hope you won't worry.
Let's soo him. Ah urn! Stomach out
of order and he's got some fever. Had
my children taken this way dozens ol
times and in two days they wore out
It was worth a month's sickness to
see her bustlo around after horse
radish leaves to make drafts for the
feet; cloths to wet in cold wator for the
head mustard for tho back of the
neck a bit of rhubarb to sweotea tho
stomach, and to hour her say:
; "Well, now, who'd thought it; but
don't worry! Mercy on me! but my
Daii'l has been Bicker'n that fifty differ
icnt times aud isn't dead yot. Just
you go right down and finish your
baking and leave mo to tako care of
him. I just doto on sick folks!"
And didn't things turn out just as
'sho predicted? And tbroo days after
didn't sho come down into tho back lot
where I was eating sour crab-apples
and fling up hor hauds and exclaim:
"For tho land's sake! but does this
boy mean to kill himself aforo the
summer is out!"
' If mother had a pain in hor side she
ran over to sco grandma. If father
went lamo it was grandmother who
had a remody. Not in our family
alone, but in a dozen. Not la ono
case, but in a hundred.
Who had catnip and smart-wocd
and may-weed and oak bark and spico
bush and mustard? Grandmother, of
course. Who knew what was good for
earache, toothache, jaundico, languor,
loss of appetite, rheumatism, bilious
ness and a hundred other ills? Grand
mother. . And if her remedies failed to arrest
diseaso and the doctor was sent for
how kindly courteous ho was! Every
thing she had done was professionally
justified, and ho seemed almost sorry
that sho hadn't worked a cure and de
prived him of his fee. Ho would tako
thecasoand warrant a cure, but, of
course, must depend upon her .to a
great extent. Such a compliment was
worth more than a now home to her.
And if death came grandmother was
there to weep with tho family and to
console all others. It was hor poor
old lingers which closed the eyes
which, helped to mako tho shroud
which arranged tho lifeloss hands. It
was her voice which kept whispering:
"There! tin ro! poor thing don't tako
it so much to heart! Ho is far better
off than wo ure, and you must live on
for thoso left behind." Sho was with
tho mouruors at the grave back to
tho house to cheer tho heart-broken
aud leave them at night with a feellug
that it was for the best.
And it was a holiday when grand
mother camo over with her knitting or
sewing for an afternoon visit. Sho nad
tho rocking-chair and tho cosiest cor
ner, and no queen was moro respected.
Sho romembored tho war witn Moxico,
and tho fall of stars, and two or three
earthquakes. Shu recollected what
everybody had dreamed, aud how it
camo out, aud who married who and
how they prospered. Slio had soon
two or throo President.; been to Now
York and Niagara Falls. Sho was a
niodlcnl college, an encyclopedia and a
book of adventures coin blued, and hor
going av:iy at night loft a vacancy
that sho alono could till.
Is sho still living? If sp, may tho
world reverence her. Is sho dead? If
so, may tho sunshine of llonveu havo
made her tho happiest angol of them
The- Secret of Lttlnp; liinitf.
A correspondent of tho Paris Voltaire
recontly had an intorvlow with M. Che
vraul, tho famous French chemist,
whoso 99th birthday has just been cole
bratod by tho Academy of Science Af
ter thanking tho Journalist for all his
good wishes tho old man procooded to
toll him tho socrot of living long. "I
havo novor boon a possimist," said ho,
"and I havo cautiously kept mysolf
from being too tuuch of an optomlst.
If I had not worked hard I would havo
died long ago. Ono thing abovo all I
havo romarkod: tho older I grow tho
better mankind scorns to havo bocomo.
I havo soon tho Uoigu of Terror. I was
then 7 yoars old. Such a thing will
novor again bo produced in this world.
To-day wo havo moro nood of universal
poaco than foolish reprisals. Tlmos
aro more gontlo aud life is hotter."
"To-morrow, my dear master," said
tho journalist, "you will appear even
bottor than you do to-day."
"Pshaw," replied tho vouorablo sa
vant, "lot us not trouble ourselves
about to-morrow. Lot us enjoy tho
present. I had a model of a wife, the
mother of a most cxomplary family.
Sho has left mo a posterity whom I love
aud by whom I am lovod. Why, ono
of my llttlo groat-granddaughtors sho
is throo yoars old salutes the bust of
hor old groat-graudfather every morn
ing. Another of them, quite a learned
lmiy of l yoars, wroto this to mo the
other day; My doar papa, I'm tired ot
tho country, My slstor Mario likes
housekooplng; I don't. I' like to read.
I want to bo a librarian when I grow
up. Thoy call mo Miss Blue Stocking,
and that voxns mo.' " The old man
laughed. "Why, my doar sir," hooou
tinned, "I am mado young again by
lust such letters ns that ' Moreover, I
havo always put In praotlco tho old ad
ago, 'Sook and you shall Hud. I have
sought, and I havo always fouud some
thing at tho domestic llrosldo as well us
iu the laboratory."
Tho Velocity of the Mooiu
From the artMo on "Tho Surround
ings of tho Sun," by Professor Lang
ley, in tho October Century, wo quote
tho following: "Wo can faintly picture,
perhaps, how it would seem, from a
station noar tho lunar orbit, to sou tho
moon a moving world rush by with
a Yolocity greater than that of the cannon-ball
in its swiftest flight; but with
equal speed its shadow actually travels
along tho earth; and now, if we re
turn from our imaginary station to a
real ono here below, wo aro bettor pro
pared to soo why this Hying shadow is
such a unlquo spectacle; for, small as
it may bo when seen in rolation to tho
whole globe, it is immouso to tho ob
server, whoso entiro horizon is filled
with it, and who soos tho actual veloci
ty of ono of tho hoavonly bodies, as it
wore, brought down to bim.
"Tho roador who has over ascondod
to tho Superga, at Turin, will rocall the
magnificent view, and bo able to un
derstand tho good fortuno of an observ
er (Forbos) who onco had tho oppor
tunity to witness thonco this phenome
non, and under a noariy cloudless sky.
I porcolvod,' he says, in tho south
west a black shadow like that of a
storm about to break, which obscured
the Alps. It was tho lunar shadow
coming toward us.' And he speaks of
tho 'stupefaction' it Is his word
caused by tho spectacle. 'I confess,'
he continues, 'it was tho most terrify
ing sight I evor saw. As always hap
pens hi the casos of sudden, silent, un
expected movements, tho spectator
confounds real and rolativo motion. I
folt almost giddy for a moment, as
though tho massive building undor mo
bowod on tho sido of tho coming
eclipse.' Another . witness, who had
been looking at Homo bright clouds just
before, says: 'Tho bright" cloud I saw
distinctly put out liko a candle. Tho
rapidity of tho shadow, and tho inten
sity, produced a fooling that something
material was Bweoping over tho earth
at a-speed perfectly frightful. I invol
untarily listened for tho rushing noiso
rjf a mighty wind.' "
Tho Vulcanoi-n) of lluwuii.
The Sandwich Islands boast of two
natural wonders, tho largest extinct
and tho largest active volcano in tho
world. Tho former is locatod on tho
island of Mani, tho summit being near
ly 11,000 feet above tho level of tho sea,
and tho crater over forty-eight miles In
circumference. Ono can look down In
to the crater 2,000 foot, tho sides now
terraced and covered with sandalwood,
giant forns, and a wonderful profusion
of tropical flowers and shrubs. Tho
active volcano is situated on tho Island
of Hawaii. Tho crator is situated on a
spur of Mauna Loa, 4,000 feet abovo
sea level. Tho crater is not a cone, but
a great pit on a level bench, nine miles
in circumference. You go down, down
over this almost perpendicular wall
800 feot, and stand on tho floor of tho
crater. This is tho place of eternal
burnings, tho house of everlasting tiro
ot Hawaiian mythology. Tho area at
tho bottom ol tho crator is not a liquid
mass, but for miles and miles all
around there spreads a scene of un
earthly grandeur. Five or six lakes of
fire lie to left and right; tho floor bo-
noath is so hot ono citu scarcely walk
over It; lava issues up through the fis
sures. Hugo conos twonty or thirty
feet high, mado by tho bubbles ot lava,
rise through the seams aud aro coolod
by the air. .
Toothache is killed by St. Jacobs Oil, the
great pain-banisber. 59 cents a bottlo.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN TUB POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, OCTOUER 11, 1834. ,
Applely, E S Baugh, Touimie
Brewer, Annie M Delashm, Annioj
Fouinshed, Partiart Fartinn, Filda
Gypson, Hester Giconway, D
Hunt, Maggie (col) Harden, Lucy
Uanes, Nettie Land, Nellie
Lahame", Emma Martin, Perl
Mouiut, Craison McCuhe, Annie
Naive, Judge Fatcrfon, Lucretia
Hops, Mrs Spies, Mollio
Ieisad, Jennie Walters, Bettio
Ashley, Aniss Britten, Willmm
Bugg, Robert Brevcher, Lowio
Brewer, Jno G Boyar, J C
Boyde, E K Boydo, G W
Beach, E S Burnett, Cluis
Ciack, M Clemous, Iko
Carrii)ton, Wm Craunand, S
Chage, Park Coshran, Jack
Colnef, Harris Column, Isia
Collins, CI 1 iu II Dix, Simou
Dolson, T II Doylo, Patrick
Delashman, Alex Drift, HE (2)
Emory, WS ' Klhs.Wm.
Embrell, Sam Ellis, Henry
Flowers, Thomas Folks, Miko
Greenfield, What Gray, Ulyses
Goldor.JS Garrett, Jno
Garrett, J G Greenback, Henry
Garrett, Charles llorty, James
Hailuin, Tom Howe, S A (2)
Harvey, Julius C (2) Hoops, I N
Hubhert, Hunt ry Johnson, M M
Harrison, Green B Hubbard, Geo
Kcef, Johu Leo, Wm
Materson, Billey Maymathcr, William
Marfan, Elio Meyoy, Mr
Polk, Jellurmm Peiblc, Heiiey
Robensfonl, Jnhu SnsMeau, Z T
Schaffter, R O Santana, M S
gyrus, T Htenqens, Claik
ShotVAP St John, Will
Tranor, Charley (2) Williams, Peltf r
Woodward,. J. L Ward, Frank
Wing, David Wick, Charles H
Persons calling fur tho abovo letters will
ploaBtt say advertised.
Wm. M. Muiiphy, Postmaster.
-y"A Tiling of Beauty. Tho mojit
brilliant shades possible, on all fabrics are
mado by tho Diamond Dyes. Unequalled
for brilliancy and durability. 10c. at
druggists. Send 2c. for 82 Sample Colors.
Well's Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Bolt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances nn trial, for
thirty days, to men, old aud young, itlllict
ed witb nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement la' this paper. 1
Auction! Auction! I
Our closing out sale will commence this
evening at 7 :'M p. m., and continue until
the entiro stock is sold, at Haytborn &
Sloo's old stan). I. Fabnbakeb.
Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DcB .un's, 50 Ohio
On account of the low price of flour, I
have increased the size and weight ot my
loaves an i now offer to the publics larger
loaf of better quably than any baker in the
city. Frank Kratit.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, fiO Ohio levee. tf
New Stork of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has rtceivtd from
New York and St. Louis her new stock of
millinery and fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. She kindly invites the la
dies to call and examine her stock at tbe
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eighth street.
Look for the Bed Liglit,
at DcBuuu's SO Ohio levee.
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A special term of tbe circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois,
tor tho trnnesction of -common law, chan
cery and criminal business lias been this
day called to convene at the court bouse in
itio city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1881, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alkx H. Irvin, Cleik.
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Mi h. L. E. Williamson
Iihs returned home from ft. Louis
after an absence of several days, hav
ing purchased a large stock of all
the latest noveltieB and styles
iu millenery and fancy goods, although the
majority of her stcck has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., aud W. H. Lyons, of
which tho is receiving daily. ' tf
Opeu Bay and Sight.
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for five years, so helpless that she
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric Bittern, and is so
much improved, that sho is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottlo at Barclay Bros. (2)
uucKien'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 is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, Editcr of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of moBt severe char
acter, as well as for thoso of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy euro. My
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in eame high terms. Having
been cured by It of every cough I have bad
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and suro euro for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Bottle. Largo size $1.00. (2)
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Plaster is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving the ability to do
hard work without suffering. Take none
but this, 'tis suro. (5)
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
August 16th to October 25th.
The Illinois Central R. R. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues
days of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
good to return on twenty days from date of
sale. Two daily trains leaving Cairo 2:15
a. m. and 8:45 p. m. A. II. Hanon,
Gw Gen. Pass. Agt.
Dou't Spill the Milk.
"There is no use crying over spilled
milk," Bays the old saw. If you are not
only bald, but havo no lifo in the roots of
your hair, there is no use crying over that,
eitl'er, Tako both time and yourself by
the Torelock whilo there is a forelock lett.
Apply Pnrker's. Hair Balsam to your hair
before matters get worso. It will arrest
tho fulling off of your hair aud restore its
original color, gloss and soitness. it Is a
perfect dressing withal, clean, richly per
fumed, cools and heals the scalp.
Bon't You Do It.
Don't suffer any longer with pains and
aches of rheumatism, which makes life a
burden to you. Relief, speedy and per
manent can be procured at the nearest
drugstore, in the form of Kidney-Wort.
Elbtidgo Malcolm of West Bath, Maine,
says: "I was completely prostrated with
rheumatism and kidney troubles aod was
not expected to recover. The first dose of
Kidney-Wort helped me. Six doses put
mo on my feet, it has now entirely cured
mo and I have had nn trouble since."
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and ttr;ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting toetht If so,
send at onco and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-
tiiir Tii oaIhu ti InnaltiiluKln T jaftil ma
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duces Inflammation, aud gives tone and
energy to tho whole, system. Mrs. Wins
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I nleasaut to the taste, and is the prescrip
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the world. Price 90 cents bottle,