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Shortest anil Quickest Route
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St. Louis and Chicago.
Thtt Oulv Lane Kmmmi
0 DAILY TRAINS
J From Cairo,
Making Dikkot Connkotiom
Imaim Laavi Caiko:
y Jam. Mbit,
errivtutttn Bt.Louiit UU.ni -, Cblco,B:30 u.ti..,
I'nnt ecUog at Odin and Kltlnirtiam fur Clncln
oatl. Lonuvillo, ludlanapolia aud puluti East.
p. m. Fast St. J,oui uml
Wete n Kxprem,
Arriving In &t Louli 6:45 p. m.,and ronucctln
fur all point Wei.
3:4Tj p. in. Kttttt Kxprnai.
Cor St. Louli and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
10-15 p. u., and Chicago i:AJ a. m.
3:45 p.m Cincinnati KxpcexR,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7: a.m.; Loulavllli 1:55
a. m. ; ludlanapolia 4;i a. in. Paai'ei.gera by
thu tram reach the above point tu .'IO
Uol'lis In advance of any other route.
fjyThe S:l5 a. m. expre baa PULLMAN
OoaKHlNU CAR frum C'alru in Cliiclnuatl, with
out channel, aud through deeper tu Hi. Lon
FiiKt Timo Kast.
I u ucpii WVU b lht "ne "rough to Easu
I HSSCllCIS era polou without any delay
Caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
loon train fiooi Cairo arrlvei In new York Monday
sorulUK at IOkjj. Tblrty-ilx hnuri In advanceol
ST other route.
HfKor through tlckot kbd further icformalUt
apply at Illlnolt Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
i. U. JON KB, Ticket Aiei-bt
a. 0. DAN80H. Gen. Pant. Aitent. Chicago
11. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H.
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Mail .2:4a.Ri. i tMsll. 4: 5 a. m
Kxpn-ti H:45 p. m. I tBipres 11:45 a. in.
JSt Louli fx p. m. I tst Loul Kx 2:15 p. m.
I. C.'ljufl (Southern Division)
tMalt. ..: a. m I tN. O. Kx 1:10 a. m.
tKxpre......n:la m. I tN.O. Kx... li :10 a.m.
fAceom S 45 p.m. tN. O. Ex 4:i p.m.
ST. L. I. M. K. R.
tKiprrn 10:30 p.m. I tExpresi 8:10 p. tn.
tHlL. Mill... 7:4' p.m. tSt.L. Mall. ..:: a m.
tst. L. Kx ::a. m j ft. L. Ki....o:i p. m.
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Mall A Kx 40a!m'. Mall Ex... JOp.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I Accom lOMHa.ni.
Frwittbl .? :45 a.m. Freight. 0 45 p.m
MOBILE OHIO K. K.
Vail 5:55a.m. Mall 9:10 p.m
DalUrexceot Sunday, t Dultr.
ARRIVAL AUD DEPARTURE OP MAILS
Arr at I Dep'rc
P. O. rm PC
I. C. K. R (tbrouifh lock mall).. 6 a.m.
" " ..11:00am
" (war mail)... 2S0p.ro.
" (Southern DW 4:30p.m.
Iron Mountain K. R 3:0up.m.
Webaah R. R .. S a. m.
Texaa 6 St. Louie K. H U noon
Hi. Louli A Cairo R. It 4 p. m.
OhloRWer 3 p. a.
Miaa Hlver arrlvei Wed., Hat. A Mon.
S p. ID
t p. ID
t p. m.
7 a. m.
8 p. m
" depart! Wed , PrL Sun.
PO. iep del. op n from J:30am to:30 prn
P.O. box del. opvn from (a.m. tot p. m.
Sunday! get. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10 a. m.
Sunday! box del. open from.. ..6 a. m. to 10:30am
Hf SOTK -.'bni;n will p pulllihed from
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W M .
MURPHY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
COPYING IIT SECURED.
b'nccenor to Wldowt and Orphan,! Mutual Aid So
ciety, orgaulaed July 4th, 1877, under
the law of 187.
JOHN n. ROI1IN80N Prumdunt
WM. STKATT N Vlce-I'rmldcm
J. A. UOLuSTINE Trvanurur
C. W. DUNNING ...Medical Adviier
THOMAS LEWIS Sucrutary
BOARD OP DIRECTORS roil 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton.8tratton A Rlrd. trover. Cairn. III.
J. A. Goldatlne, oftiolditlne A Ruit-nwator, whole-
ale and retail drv good;C'. W. Uunnlng.M. I).
rre. ia. Mea. m. lor lennionij ai
for J'enilon: Albert Lowli,
commliilon merchant: J. It Kolilnion, county
t ir ........
Judge and notary public; Wm. K. I'ltchor, com
broker ana luiurance airont; K. u. Haiti), city
treet iiipervlnor; M. I'billtpi, carpmter and build
er; Tbomaa Lewlx, attornov and iecrutarv l K. V.
P:erce,attorney at-lBW, DuQnoln III.;K. C. Pace
canhler of Centennial llaim, Aehlev, 111. ; Albert
Haydxn. cashier or Quorge Connelly A Co., Spring
Bold, III ; U. M Mnnn, attorney-at-law, IKtl Ran
dolph atroet, Chicago; Hon. Robt. A. Uatchur, at-tornev-at-law,
Charlenton, Mo.; TI. Lelgbton
caahler Klnt National Hank, Stuart. Iowa.
Btati of Illinoii I Circuit Court of said
V Cuiinty. In Chan
COOHTTOF AMXANbiH I ctry.
Otli A. Oiliorn, ('aniline E. Oolmrn, Adallno Poor,
tieorga A. Poor, Almlra Poor and Evan Poor,
John Wolf. Ihmry Wolf, Mra Wolf wtfn of Hnnry
Wolf, Kanny Hlirlvwr, ,TirTiraon Hhrlvnr,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mary Jarrutt,
and KUia Klalier,
Illll tn Clmncory for Partition.
Public Notice la horebv given that. In ptiratmnrn
of a (leoiw ntailo and untered hy aaiil court In the
hove entitled cattiw, on the lHth day of Hnpt., A. 1).
1HS4, 1, Alexander II. Irvln. Mauler In Chancery of
the circuit court of eald county, will, on
THE Mnd DAY OF OCTOBER, 1884,
at the hour of 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, at lli
aonthWBiterly door of tho court hoitan, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and it ate of llllnoln, noil
at public auction, to the hlghwt and lHat
bidder for caah. all and ilngiilar,
the following dowrllied preinlnoi and real eitatii
In aald decre nientlonwl, alt u ate in the Klrat
addition to the cltv of Cairo, In tho county of Alex
ander and atato of Illinoii. -or m much thereof aa
hall be luniclont to eatlify aald docrwi, to-wit:
Loti numliered throe () aud four (4), In block num
bered forty-eight (48).
Dated Cairo, 1U,, Sept. 10th, 1884.
... . Matir In Chanucry.
(Jo, riatier, Complainant!1 Hurkltur.
Keport of the Condition of the
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu tboHlato ol Illtnola, at tb clone of
SfDferabur 80th, 1881.
Loam and dincouiiU 1111,501 3fl
Ovnrdrafli 1,007 83
U. H. bouda to tecuru circula
tion....... it5,000 00
Other itocki, bond and mort
gagea 110.1HB 75
Duo from approved reserve
agimu $ .', r..)7 4j
Due from other Nutloual buuka t.M.i,U57 50
Due from Stale bunks und
hankera 8H,li 14 87,0'JO U
Real en I ate, furniture aud II -.
turea S0.517 40
Current expeuiea and taxea
, Pld 8,178 08
Chucki and other caab ltuma, .$ 1.M1 0-J
llllla of other buuka 15,i:y) no
Fractional paper currency,
nlckela and penulca 750 97
Hold f fl,o7 (it)
Silver 7,311 ou-l,4flno
U'KalTendernotet....- J.5,000 00 0U.2S7 09
Redemption fund with U. K.
Treaaurer, (5 per cent, of
circulation) I,lii5 00
Due frum U. S. Treaaurer,
other than 5 per cunt, re
demption fund nn 500 (10
T,otal. t1?i,m 34
Capital itock paid in.. -.J 100.000 00
Surulua Kund 150,000 00 2.-AO0O 00
Undivided Profit U,'M 33
National bank nottii outataud-
. I"K 82,500 00
Individual depoalta iubject to
check $',:i,141 19
Demand certificate! of dcponlt. 'ti.Wl 45
Certltled check 5 0 00
Due to other National bank.. 3,5:6 86
Due to State bauki and bank
er! 47,7:18 90- 417,517 B'J
Note and bill re-dicouuted. 58,3tti 12
Total $772,W4 84
Slate of Illlnoi, county of Alexander, t.
I, Tho. rV. Ilallld.iv, Caahler of tho above named
bank, do eolemnly awear that the above atatemeut
ii true to tho beat uf my knowledge and belief.
Tuoa. W. IUluiuv, C'aKhier.
Subirribed and sworn tu before uie this 41 N day
of OOnber, lbM. L. D. UAVLKY,
R. II. CUMNINGHOI, )
li. D. Williamson, V Director.
II. II. Canuki, I
'pilECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. $ 100,000!
k Goueral Rankin? Business
Tt'OS, V. U,.M,IIJAY
JNTERPIUSE SAVING RANK.
KXCLUS1VKLY A SAVINGS KANK,
:oiumercial Avenue and Ei?hth Street
K. HHOSS, Prtdent.
II. WKLLS, Caahler.
H. NAKf, Vlcel'rei'nl
T. J. Kertb, Aia't cah
. Bro... Cairo I William Klute. ,C:.lro
Peter Neff " William Wolf.... "
t:. M 0terloh " I C. O. 1'atier. ....... "
B A.Buder " II. Well
J. Y. Clemon, Caledonia.',
A ilBSERAL BANKING BUSINESS DON R,
Kxchang'i ro!d aud bought. Intereit paid ll
tie .Saving Department. Collection made and
all builnun promptly attended to.
JJK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A dy In attendance.
P M. 1IARUELL, M. D.
OFPICE-Eaat Side Commercial, below 9th 8t.
)K. K W. WHITLOCK,
OVFici No. 1S Commercial Avenue, between.
Kfhtfa and Ninth Btreeu
G. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICB-Clty Drug Store, Carbondale, 111.
OAIKO BULLETIN: UN
Knr the ("lire nf f!ntiP-h. ("!olds.
iroarsonnss. Rrnnrhitis.f'rnim. InfltH
j ; 1- ,
enza, Asthma, AYhooping Cough, In
cinient Constimntion and for the re-
lief of consumptive persons in advan-
by all Druggists. rnce, 25 Cents.
Causes no Pain
Gives Belief at
Cure, Not a Liq-
II -rjGa. w fit Did or Fnutt. A p-
ply Into noMrll. Give It a Trial. 50 cjnt at
Druggist. 60 cent hy mail registered. Scud
lor circular. Sample hy mail 10 cent.
ELY BROTHERS, Drugglata, Owego, N- Y.
Cairo & Paducah Daily
ITENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
GEORGE JOUEs, Clerk.
leave Pidacah forCiiro daily (Sandayi except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Return
ng, leavet Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound City at 5 p.m
OF TflB RIVER.
by tin t;auro at this
n. yesterday, 17 feet 2
durlnjj previous twenty-
four hours, 0 f.).)t 3 inchA
ChattaniKia, Oct. 11. River 0 feet 5
inches and fulling.
Cincinnati, Oil. 11. River 3 feet 9
inclief and rising.
. Louisville, Oct. 11. River 2 feet 7
inches and falling.
Naslmlle, Ot. 11. River 0 ft 6 inch
es and falling.
Pittibur, Oct. 11. Rirur 1 foot 7 in
chus and falling.
St Lo'iis, Oct. 11. River 19 ft 7 inch
es and riuing.
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg passed
up last night for St. Louis.
Tho Poarl from Ray City arrived last
night with tow of rock for Plum Point.
The Anuif L. cleaned her boilers here
last night and goes up the Ohio this morn
ing. The Providence of the Anchor line from
St. Louis is duo out to-night for Vicks
burg. For the last few days the levee has been
well represented by men from Chicago and
St. Louis going to the government work on
the lower Mississippi.
The little towboat Annie L. arrived here
at 4 p. m. yesterday. She is bound for
Wheclinif, but at present stsL'e of water is
not liable to get there soon.
The Relic Momphis was delayed by foe
and did not report hero until veiterdav
morning at 0 o'clock. She had a fine trip.
Loft for Vicksburg at 10 a. m.
Capt. Alex Ilalliday of the Paris C.
Rrown has accepted the position of freight
agent for tho southern trapsportation line
at New Orleans. C ipt. Ilalliday will make
the lino a good man. Chas. Young, first
clerk, will take command.
Capt. Hiram Hill arrived here on the
Iron Mountain road yesterday evening and
left on tho Hudson last night, for the
wreck of the barge sunk by tho steamer
Mississippi. Ho says tho raining of the
barge and cargo will bo accomplished this
Having suffered with rheuinutifm, Mr,
Peter Stallman, Bennington township, la.,
says ho tried St. Jacobs Oil, the marvelous
pain reliever, and was entirely cured by its
A young marrlod man in Avondale
worries tho life half out of his wife by
quoting for her benefit all sorts of maxim,,
adages, mottoes, and so on. Tho other day
she was sitting by him and playfully slip.
peiHiior hand into his vest pocket.
"What nre you after' doart" ho said.
"Oh, a nlckol or dimo or a dollar; I
don't care which," she replied.
"That's good, you don't expect to find
bristles on a goose do you dear?'
"Of courso not, darling; I wasn't looking
She Btniled up at him so significantly
that ho didn't throw off another provorb
for a week. N. Y. Star.
Coughinir Clara. Comely, charming
Clarissa Clendmning, carelosolv caching
cold; creeping chills came; Clara coughed
continually; cruel, croupy cough that
would have takon hor off, had tho not usud
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It is bound to
cure all the coughing Claras. '.
DA f MOKNING OCTOBER 12, 1884.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNT (
NTKIIKD AT THE CAIRO POSTOfFIOB JTOR
ANHHIHHION TIIROUOH TUB MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATER.
ENKftAL LOCAL ITEMS
Our line ia ladies' and misses' cloaks,
ulslers, Newmarkets and plush garments
uow open for inspection. J. Burger.
John Oladney is now a candidate for
coroner. A few short weeks and he will
be a subject for a coroner politically
A largo delegation went up to Mound
City yesterday to hear tho g. 0. p. eulogiz
ed, tho colored brother occupying most of
the car seats.
We show tho largest and most com
plete line of three-ply Ingrains and body
Brussels in the city. J. Burger. It
Yesterday was resurrection dny for
"Ye Ancients." The club held its first
meeting this season last night at the resi
dence of M.F.Gilbert.
Among new advertisements will be
found notice of cottage for rent on Tenth
street. It is on high ground and very de
sirable for a family residence.
An old established and successful
business firm of New York says: 'We
have tried almost every sort of medium in
advertising, and long ago became convinced
that the results were largely in favor of the
fresh and varied columns of the news
paper." Hon. F. E. Albright dropped into our
coop last night, and expressed himself in
sanguine language on the prospects in the
20th district. He will Sunday here, and
go to Belknap, Johnson county, in the
morning, being booked for a speech there
The teachers of the public schools
held a meeting yesterday and organized a
County Institute, with Mrs. L. C. Gibbs,
president; Miss Eva Shepurd, vice-presi-deat,
and Miss Ella Armstrong, secretary.
They will hold meetings on the first Satur
day in each month.
- Henry Ward ' Beecher, who bluntly
said of Mrs. Tilton that she was physically
incapable of telling the truth, more elegant
ly alludesto Mr. Blaine as "dim-eyed iu
perceiving the distinction between truth
and untruth." Tho old man eloquent be
comes more elrquent as he grows olcjer.
This year they say the hornets have
built their ncets on the ground instead of
suspending them from the limbs of the
trees a very warm sign of a very cold win
ter. No reports have been received yet
from tho veracious goose bone, the reliable
corn shuck and the authoritative muskrat.
Belva Lockwood having asked if wo
men could suo or be sued, the Baltimore
American informs her that thev can
"They are sued by the suitor for their
hearts, and frequently they turn round and
sue the suitors for breaches of promise."
It's another kind of breeches some of them
are suing for.
At the council meeting Friday night
the ordinance committee submitted an or
dinance relating to the grade of sidewalks.
establishing the level of the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue as the basis
for all walks built in future. An ordinance
providing tor a stono walk from Fourth
to Eighth streets, on the levee, f was also
Miss Rider, who has been attending
the Alexander county Sunday school con
vention here for sovtral days, will give a
Bible reading at the Baptist church at
11 this morning, and at night she will
deliver an address at the Presbyteriaa
church. Miss Uider is a verv Interesting
speaker and it is hoped that many will om
brace this opportunity of hearing her.
Jim, a colored man, and John, another
colored man, were in Smith Bros, wagon
yard. Jim was full of benzine and loud
talk, "and the result was that Jim chased
John out of the yard and around the corner
like the dog chased the wolf; Jim was a
little ahead with John closo bohind fanning
his pistol pocket with a board. The chase
ended on 13th street and Jim went off
At a sewing circle all tho women were
talking, and some of the subjects got hope
lessly confused. For instance, the subiect
of crickets and church choirs. "I nover
hoard such a horrid noise as thov made
last Sunday," said one woman, referring to
the choir. "Nor I, cither," said another,
thinking Bho referred to the fall crickots.
"they say they make that "noise with their
A. gontleman in our city received a
mcssaga from Mound City last night stat
ing that the Republican torch-light proces
sion consisted of 204 men, 258 being ne
groes. Sixteen nlumed knichta rodo
horses, 13 of the 18 boing ncurroes. The
excursion from Metropolis was a gorgeous
altair, consisting of B. 0. Jons. of tho Mas-
sac Journal. Tho crowd at the court houso
numbered a little ovor 300, counting' the
Tho ladles of Cairo have for some timo
been anticipating with plcasuro and curi
osity tho great oponlng of fall and winter
goods at Mr. L. E. Williamson's. That in
teresting event is now announced to tako
place tho coming Thursday, Frldijr and
Saturday, nor many old friends and cus
tomers are cordially iavitod to attend, as
she wlshos to see them all and also many
new ones in her new and elegant room. In
fact everybody is invited to call and ex
amine her stocky which is the largest that
has ever been exhibited in the city, while
her long experience in supplying the wants
of the Cairo ladies insures a large variety
of tasty, stylish, fresh and seasonable
goods, which cannot fail to please. 3t
"Oh, rani I am so happy since I said
yes to dear feo ge." "I am glad to hear
it, my dear," ''I never shall forget his firat
kiss. He put h;s left arm around me,
drew me quickly up to him, placed his
right hand lovingly on my hsir and pressed
my lips so gently." "See here, my child,
you had better break with that young
man." "Why, what for, mat" "He has
had too much experience." Philadelphia
There comes a considerable newspaper
growl about the postal notes. They afford
no security, may easily be lost or stolen,
are a general nuisance, and so on. The
trouble teems to be that people who use
them expect the security of the postal or
der, which is not paid for or given. The
note is practically as risky to send as a
bank note, but persons who have occasion
to send small amounts of money not in
even dollars yet find them a great conven
Strangers who visit our city now ex
press surprise at the number of substantial
improvements recently made and being
made. It is nothing surprising. The true
Cairoite sometimos gets the blues and looks
down his nose for a day or two when some
temporary misfortune threatens, but you
can't down him. If the river rises, the.
levees go one better, and as soon as possi
ble he sets his teeth, moistens his hands
and goes to work again. The town is like
the spider, whose web is daily demolished
by the maid's broom, only to hang out
larger and better the next morning, noth
ing can shatlor the firm conviction that
Cairo ia some day to be a city, if not set on
a hill, so that all may see her, at least a
city that all can hear. You have heard all
this beforet To be sure, and you will hoar
it again, and if you open your eyes and
note the signs you will also see it. Cairo is
bound to get there. All her citizens are
more or lees closely related to the prover
The Peoria Presbytery was last week
occupied for three days with the trial of a
layman, Mr. Rogers, of Delcvan, on charges
of immorality. The case was quite com'
plicated, but our people would not bo in
terested in the particulars. The interest
ing feature of the case was tho splendid
defense of Mr. Rogers by Rev. Benj. Y.
George, formerly of this city. Relating to
this matter a brother preacher writes
"Brother George made the best presents
tion of the Rogers case that could be made.
He had mastered the case thoroughly and
knew it as well as the parties themselves
Ho covered every point in his argument
that needed notice or explanation. He en
tered the case with all the zeal and ear
neatness of his nature am sure he could
not have done better if the case had been
his own. His speech was masterly, indeed
clear diction, fair, full argument, and
sometimes flights of eloquence that were
fine. It was elegant. If Brother Goorgo
was at the bar of any of our courts he
would make his mark high up couldn't
We have the utmost confidence that the
committees in chargo will do all that is
necessary to make the 10th a day long to
bo remembered in Cairo.
We suggest that the entire afternoon bo
taken up with speeches. If tho crowd is
too great for the opera houso, have two
spoechos at the same time Mr. Townshcnd
at the opera houso and Gon. Anderson at
tho Tenth street music stand.
Justice Robinson yesterday charged Lib
bio Bibbs (colored) $3.00 and trimmings for
the previously excrclsod privilege of talk
too much and too bad.
Frank Russel and Bud Phillips, two sons
of Ham, 'tossed up to raising a disturbance,
and contributed f 5.00 and costs each.
John Robinson had been saying somo
naughty things and the court thought his
illustrious namesake ought to have more
rospoct for the family name, so ho request
ed him to swell tho city exchequer in the
sum of 3.00.
Tom Lynch had been on a drunk with
out any red paint, and it was such a plain
one that $1,00 and costs let htm out.
Bed Cross Meeting.
In aicordenco with the constitution of
the society of the Rod Cross of Cairo,
there will he a regular mooting of this
branch on Monday night, Oct. 13, at 7:80
o'clock, in tho old Reform Hall, on Eighth
stroet, This socloly, being purely a hu
manitarian ono, has espocial claims upon
all our citizons. Let us bare a full meet-
ing all of our members present and w
will most gladly welcomo any who may
wish to learn of the ends and alms and
modo of working of the otder. All will be
heartily wolcomo, Como one and all. Lot
every enrolled member try to bring others
and to gtvo the society a full working num
bor for any timo of need.
P. r. Dateiport, President,
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio !
levee. . tr
Union Bakery. . .
On account of tho low price of floor. I
have increased the size and. weight of toy
loaves an i now offer to tho public) a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Ebatxt. ;
For the Best Oysters.
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee. tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods. '
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New York and St. Louis her new stock of
millinery and fancv trooda and cloakamd
Jersey jackets. She kindly invites the la-:
dies to call and examine her stock at th
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eigntn street.
Look for the Bed Uflit,
at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee. tf
Special Term ot the Circuit Court.
A special term of tbe circuit court of
Alexander county, in the stata of Illinoii-
for the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the court house in
tho city of Cairo ' on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M. ,
Ajlbx H. Irvik, Clerk. .
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20lh, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters. :
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee. , tf
Mrs. L. . Williamson
has returned home from St Louie
after an absenco of several days, hav
ing purchased a large stock of all
the latest novelties and styles
in millenery and fancy goods, although tbe
majority ot her stock, has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co, and W. H. Lyons, of
which she is receiving daily. tf
Open Day and Night
DeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
Very Remarkable Eecovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "Mv wife has been almost
helDless for five vears. so helnlesa that aha
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric Bitters, and ia so
much improved, that she 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 nottie at uarciay uros. ()
Mnrtrlon'fl Irmni MqIva
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. Halt Rhnnm. RVvar
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains.
thorns, ana ail BKtn Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereoa P. Keator, Editor of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the put five
years have always used Dr. King's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as for those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in same high terms. Having
been cured by It of every cough I have bad
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Bottle. Large size $1.00. (2)
"Bough on Pain."
Cures colic, cramps, diarrhoea; external
ly for aches, pains, sprains, headache, neur
algia, rheumatism. For man or beast. 23
and 60 cents.
Ruhr Hill, AtronAiir Co., Mo., July 20,'83.
After suffering some 18 months or more
with rheumatism in mv limbs and intenaa
pain in my back, I was advised to try Mer
roll's Pcnctrsting Oil, and after using one
bottle I was eutirely cured of both rheu
matism and naln -in mv hark- T la Ida
best liniment I have ever used.
Yours truly, 0. W. Slavini.
fPI. - T - m a
x ue nope oi me nation. .
Children, slow in development, pun v.'
scrawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health
Women with pale, colorless faces, who -
feel weak and discouraged, will receive
both mental and bodily vigor by nsins?
Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the
"Bough on Pain" Plaster;
Piirnna anil afrAtiiW hanlne. Imnwii.mil .1,
best for hnelrarhn. nalna in phxat nr aid
rheumatism, neuralgia. 20 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 5
Boats, Bicycles and Hay Fejer. -With
the opening of the season of out.
door sports comes the time of trouble for
41.- uxa.UA a. r .
me poor vicuuii ui nay lever, x or mem
the Mowers have no odor, and the rammer
little or no beauty. To snuff, sneese and
wipe their weening eyes for three or four
successive months; -this Is their pitiable
poition. There ia no help lu sea voyages;
there is no help in high mountain air.
Thoso only lighten the pocket and leave
the disease unabated. But there it a posi
tive cure In Ely's Cream Balm. Try it. If
you continue to suffer it Is because you
neglect a remedy as sure as It is cheap and
The PoOnle'a Rematlv for kiltnninaaa.
constipation, piles, sick headache, jaundice,
&c, ia Allen's Bilious Physic, a pure vege
table liquid remedy Marge bottle, 95 ceots.
at an uruggisis, (0) ;,
Don't Yon Dolt.
Don't suffer an v longer with pains and
acnes 01 rnoumatiim, wuigd ma m .
... - - L. l-fc. . . 1. .
Ultruun ID you. ileum, nynvf mum vt-
maoeot can be procured at the Beertst ,
drugstore, In the form of Kidney-Wort.
Elbridge Malcolm of West Bath, Ualse,
ssyst "I was completely prostrated with
rlmtimatlim aod klduov troublta aid waa '
m AWMArttllil In ArtfA fPh Hmm mf
Kidney-Wort helped me. Bix doeea tut
M. rul l i... ...11-
ausj via sis j u sjbisjw ivv vaiaaivu VUIWhI
mo and I have hid no trou'o1 "