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and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, uud henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Iiitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Iiros. C
A fir eat Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been seriously sllected with
a couyh for twenty-live years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used tinny remedies without relief, and
beingnrged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did fo, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second buttle his absolutely cured her.
She has not hud so good healthy for thirty
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Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or noney refunded. Price
a 5 cents ptr l-x. For sale by Barclay
When Doctors Disagree.
It will be time enough to doubt tbe relia
bility of Kidney-Wurf Doctors all agree
that it is a inot Tilmble medicine ia all
disorders of the Liver, kidneys and bowels,
and frequently pre-crlbe it. "Dr. P. C. Bab
Iou.of Monkton, says: "The pa-t year I I
V I .i i
utf u-eo ii nure man ever, ana witn trie
best results. It is the tuo-t successful rem
edy I have ever used." Such a recommen
dation 'peaks for itself. S ld by ail drug
gists. See ailvr.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dves fVlebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, fur
thirty days to wen, mi . fUict.
TVOUS ueuuny, ivai '';i i
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper
Well dressed people don't wear dingy or
faded things when the 10c and guaranteed
Dirmond Dye -will make them good as
Co., Burlington, Vt.
Whv do vou suffer with back acbe, pain
in tue cues-, rucuui. .
- TT. Til. n'ill cllrf.1v rrivp
w here when a ik'p i-" "- -vou
relief! DruggKts sell them. 23 c-.nts.
- Advice to Motliers.
cryin.' w ith pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. N ins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-
ing. Its value is incalculable. Itwi.lre
lieve the poor
iatelv. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery ana
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach ana oow-
els, cures wind colic, souens toe -
duces inflammation, and B've; tne and
. c . t m . I
energy to the whole system, .urs. v-
low's Soothing Syrup for Ch.Ulren leewu g
is pleasant to the taste, ana is i , vr
turn of one ot mo o.uesi .....
HUH UI vuv.
nnrmB ATI 11 nhvsicians in tbe Lnitea Mates,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a ootue.
To Repair Damages.
Dear lady, there is probably no use tell-
.. f...:n.ln lif.i in ft frr.'t CltV
in" VOU UlBl itisuiuun"'" - ci -- i
is"a rough one on your beauty. Late hours
leave you by and by shorn of 'those beauti-
f 1 nnto I.YPIT 'III ' L W ill
ful tresses wnich drew lovers arouna you in
other years. ; Artificial Bubstitutes , cap nev-
wmsii" -" . .
or pass for those rich and filosaey iocks.
iruiu i."uB Ul"'
and softness, and prove cleansing ana uene -
ficial to the scalp.
Where other remedies have failed, Athlo
phoros his been found to work like a
charm. Jones & Bryan, of Lancaster, Wis.,
sold a bottle to an old and respneted citizen
l . Imnlnrr trind in VlllD all
? v " I'.V. " nlranarled bv his
wife to give the new specific a trial. After
. .;r. fr nnolinttltt the rheu -
.,oin nnin a nnrt nn o oneuouie mu meu
mHtiBm left his frame, and the weary suf
ferer was restored to health and vigor.
a I Al.rt lino
of the St. Louis, iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and I to mMteet8 are a feature of Newport life,
Pacific Railway and International and II SpV(ntv.fivij &ri j3 not an unusual
Oreat Northern Railroad, are thousands
ti,A rlinicest farminir and crazinij
n n he world, ranging in pric? from
i nA In
S5 1 JZ SlS dT.S -5S
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the nndemgnoa or a copy n ...
:.. Ar.mna ra Med in Arkansas na icxam
llOlla ' vivf ,
rrVwTsTn Vm nd tonudMK entertainments, where delicate
eoe for yourselt wnen you learn umi mu
fir 1SS 1 in till ner cent lamer umu
1882. To those purchasing lnnd owned
the Company, and paying one-fourt ., one
half, orallcaHh,a proportionate reba e ,
allowed for money pant lorncKcts origin
nvnr tho Companies lines.
II. C. Towkseno, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
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Lace Dresses Morning' Simplicity
Jewelry Puffs-Aiig-ust Notes.
The lace dresa is a great success. Vul
garity as applied to imitations has grown
historic, and the hdy who would shudder
at the mention of "rolled gold" now wears
an imitation chantilly an takes pride in
doing so. Spanish lace both bl .ck and
white, in qualities not more expensive than
high priced grenadine, is in great favor,
while for white lace dresses we see the Ori
ental and imitation Mechlin in EiddweUs
and maiden hair-fern patterns refined
enough to please any one. Of course there
are'real laces running up to mmy hundreds
but these are reserved for full-dress and the
owner dot3 not feel an old-time and ortho
dox contemp for something less costly. We
find of' en
A PARADE OF SIMI'LICIT?,
and in her sanctum of villa life, the lady
who had a grandfather wears a morning
wool of pretentious plainness; beholding
afar off the SarstL' i womin who hf-trins bv
... ,rk ,.. ., ,,v h-.xMrtna rv(t.
tious in its plainness is that wool. The
tailor-stitch showing modestly, as likewise
tho severe linen collar and goid button.
Jewelry is an abhorrence; befanIcment an
offence. This avoidance of jewelry is in-
deeJ a feature of the time.
lace pinVwW lUliU W8"D.iflw
growing unfashionable, yet they are not
piraded as formerly. Jewelers are saving
tuvnijeve8 by an evening gorgeousness.
T exhibit rows of diamonds that before
01 peaiS glOW Vt I1U n nMini '
I ionable linht. while to atone for abstinence
; j-ytime. the stylish ear is radient with
,rsjj(j peculiar soutane, uuic "iu
I it associated with an ancient superstition
or magnetic charm. Cat a eyes are tnere
I fore in great demand; Alexanderitce, green
b , Q(, rc(1 by njgDt( are UDique enough
toVL, while the s ft moonstone holds
lts own beside the bright yellow flashings
of tnM)Unstone. Hotel piazzas witness a
revel of tuffs
people indulge, it were
those indulgences t which we
Q b(J in(lulg(Ilt,
gent. Uiven so many
nlr rVet rirone
properly puffed horizon-
' ' ' ..
tally, and your result is an agreeaoiu eiiu-
i.. .uu ; "..,,
eion. Uttt seeing tn,,, tne noruoo -
veloped Beauty does UKewise; so
horizon,ai fet.t horizontally putled-resmt,
onV.mnrrrinrr nf nil POQAsion H billows
Lf....r, mft..,l with locomo-
rinn i iti i iuviv.li i.tiviwi' -
ti AhmnA m nu m. nw-
ever. The principal one is always at the
back. This can be selected, and a pleas
in" rivalry goes on as to who can bring
about the huaest. One may also adopt
puffa at the sides and complete the circle
b onQ or more
frQm & dc .g
1U 11UU.. ' I 1"
nf nnffi hv the round
ir in m us n iiaiii -j
in.iividuala aa the
I . ..
1 m0 8 8j0W 0f moderation,
The number of ehlerly ladies here who
are not subdued, renders the foregoing adj
ective obligatory. Colored yak laces are
unaergoing a ruvivu., nuu ... F.v
. : l wi i nrn i in i i
come to tho front as
- . .
Nonpareil velveteen received the only med
1 i j ,.i .i.t, mmnt inti'miitional ex
. . ..... .i
- 1 ftW.rH.,d t t he recent international ex
- Amsterdam. A handsome
rnttnma worn here recently
roots as well as Bteras. .
oi ;,....,,; m!,t,.rml are verv
I pnci, auu u.
rich grenadine lined witu silk or sauns,
a I . ,i Tl.o Vou-nnrt rnttftf
- ' WnicU U a wonder of soft, smoth
i vcruure. iiu .., - -
dre8)e3 may bo worn
by ' flnmand.
- soap, u.k. - - 7
Bio0d our belle's have beeit not a lit
pre88Cti by the vcruict 01 sucu uenm.co
ir .... m. -1
. tut and THra. LanL'trv. inore is
lap-trap regarding this article
least no c
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 10, 1884.
the toilet, since it is earnestly recommend
ed by the highest medical authority who
hare made the skin aim complexion a life
long study. At a recent garden party
for children, pagodas were wreathed with
roses in full bloom, which were approached
through arches and trellises covered with
running flowers. Baskets of flowers Lung
from limbs of trees; lemonado was served
from a floral well, and icc-creara and fruit
emerged from a rosy gro'.to.
The sky was mostly clear in this
weather district yesterday. Rain was re
ported only from North Platte, .30 of an
iuch. The barometer stood below 30 in
the northwest only. Tho thermometer
ranged between 74 and 98.
Tue Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at tho different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
70- -C A.M.
82- -12 M.
84- lo P.M.
A Famous Place.
The Monitoba road, by extraordinary ex
ertions, has placed quite a number of set
tlers in the Devil's Lake country, and there
seems to be quite adrift of settlement in
the direction of the Turtle Mountains.
Marvelous stories are told of the advanta
ges of a location in these Montaine, iron,
coal, etc., being among its products; the
coal, together with tbe timber growing
there, insuring an abundant supply of fuel,
and the sheltering hills making it especial
ly desirable for the raising of cattle and
sheep. Col. O. M. Towner and others have
put large herds into that region the past
season. A stockman who has lately visited
this region says that it is the best stock
country he ever saw, and that in his opin
ion it will rival the Montana ere long. He
says the grasses there are the most nutri
tious, and the valleys afford shelter-against
the storms of the winter.
Blaine Orders the British
The centennial anniversary of the sur
render of Yorktown took place in October,
1831, while James G. Blaine wan Secretary
of State. The accounts of the affair at the
time represented that Blaine was very sub
servient to the British Minister and suite;
that he rode around in carriages with them
and that he appeared at that time, as be
once said in a speech in Philadelphia lie
was, more loyal to Qaeen Victoria than
many of her subjects. Just before the
close of the anniversary exercises, Blaine,
as the master of ccrmonies, issued orders to
the army und navy to salute the British
fla". Listen to the flunkey who is now
.crrin for the Irish vote. Here is t&e
order signed by Blaine :
"la recognition of ihe friendly relations
so !on and so hapDily existing ueiwceu
r .. . v
-I r - 1 - m At. -
Great Britain and tbe United states, in iub
trust and confidence of peace and good will
Knoon ti, two countries for all centuries
- . of the
' f . t enteruined by the
miw uruiuuuu iww. "-
American people lor me illustrious U'u-
r'l non the
d that at
- ' mm,raorative of
1ppoaa nf nur forefathers in
... : 4,:t, .fmfTrrino fnr inderjendence.
h HriHah fltr shall be saluted by the
i iorcea 01 mu ai my nun uij w
e..... t virtnnrn Tha Hpcretsrv oi
owiK) uui av iu.o.. . ..
war and the secretary of the navy win give
Secretary ot state.
Tni death of George Fuller, at mo
height of his artistic succees, removed from
American art a man to whom many looKea
M, ... ..n nl nn
sime fresh art inspiration that Turner gave
Charles Reade has found his first biogra-
pher in his friend and fellow-novelist, Rob-
ert Buchanan, who will contribute a sKeicu
it i m mill in inn ijl ii lu ui ui i uniMvt
. - -
I I I n.ln wnrvr id nftUJ II n 1 1 H I ma
u ""I""'' - . .
Northern Minnesota, to guard against me
j . ,.r i,;k n,.o. ami tnn lncuuvcu
- uauycia u. ...H.. -
iences of low water in the Mississippi Kiv-
er. A number of lakes in that region are
... . , ..... ..!, arulpm.
Mr. C. S. Rei
. . . . , !:.:
nnart nas oeen vian.us
French watering places to good purpose,
.i,.. r -Nr-annrt and Lonir
auu t. o "77"
- UranCIl Will 1)6 lDiereaicu iu r
by LU pencil of li.e and types at
French Long Branch, Trouvillo, in tue
comins September Harper's
- . - -
A great proportion oi tue Ac
co abroad miss seeing "the ould sod,"
bo taken "on thu way home," and are
, . h to gpany
m always t ou ci
- - r ,-..
f .... ..n.ii a. nnn h Vint vIia moHL interest"
nt wwucunureo ....
of ing parts of Ireland.
W, r. fAMam, river editor ol Tai Bulletin
and steamboat pannier aitont. Orders for til
klndsof steamboat Job printing smtclted. Office
at Uuwer s Eurouean Hotel. No. 7 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE RIVKR.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ui. yesterday, 13 feet 9
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 7 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 15. Itiver 3 feet 3
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 15. Kiver 5 feet 9
inches and falling.
Louisville, Aug. 15.-River 3 feet 11
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 15. River 2 ft 2 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 15. River 1 foot 1 in
ch and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 15. River 11 ft 1 inch
The Belle Memphis, from St. Louis,
passed down last night for Vicksburg.
The Fowler was late again yesterday.
She is getting more than her share of busi
ness. The City of Cairo will be the Anchor
Line packef due this evening for St. Louis
Owing to the rapid decline of the Ohio,
the J as. W. Gaff has laid up t!ntil a more
reliable stage of water is offered.
The Cons Millar, from Memphis, is due
here to-morrow evening for Cincinnati.
W.F. Lamhdin, passenger agent, will fur
nish tickets at low rates.
Tbe Gu9 Fowler is tho never-failing
daily packet from Paducah arriving here
at 2 p. m., making close connection with
the Illinois' Central R. R. for.St. Louis, Chi
cago and all poiata east and west.
The Ella Kimbrough encountered some
bad luck by striking a bar, and was de
tained about 24 hours. She left St. Louis
last night with all tho freight she could
carry on the present Btage of water.
Capt. Hiram Hill left here Thursday ev
ening for the wreck of the steamer James
Gutherie, which ho will soon raise. It
was thought for some time that her hull
was so badly smashed that nothing could
be done to raise it, but Capt. Hill says he
will Boon have her all right again.
The Hudson will give an excursion from
this city to Paducah and return, leaving
here next Thursday evening and return on
Saturday. Elegant music will be provided
for the occasion. Fare for the round trip
$3, including meals and room1, while in
port. This is certainly cheaper than stay
ing at home, and it is likely the Hudson
will have a large party from Cairo. See
W. F. Lambdin and secure tickets.
ed by all who have tried it. . Its curative
properties are wonaernui.
T 1ST O "LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOITIN THE POBTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1884.
Adkins & Halley Ashley, Amos
Barley, Thomas '
Doty, Raymond J
Bacon, Nathan W
Brag, I N
Elmwood, C F
Huncley, Thco J
Holmes, i W
ti . T-. -sir T.n Lr AT rf in '
jonnson, ien xraua.- v., .wU
l i. T nntwnvrh I BO Lr
jm i.,ou.l""L.' "vn'
Kelgores, John . lasiey, wimam
Metcalf, NT Mauphin, A.
M & Co Nicholas, E A
Noma' D A Melson, Mr
r..i :' T?;V,.1
w!1p. Ransom Rass. James T
Hodce Jessie Reimolde, John K
Smith; Re : Sims, Oskar
Smith. John Tbaolig Nathan
Underwood. W W- volmer, Jos
hVilson, w B Wooten, W A
Williams, John M
l ..... nr i -t i . 1
1 - -
Wil lams. iU U Y8lKer,.U
.. t.:v,. rl.l.
atton, ueorge , nuiB, v....-
" ladies' list.
.-mi.irtrv Arno d. Lizzie
Anderson. Elizabeth Armstrong, Tourney
Bullett. busan uryant, oaraa
Connor, Nora 0
8ayliss, M B
i 'aruor n ihtiihth
- i ttt i n,.in
7. . ou...i.
Uartiner," Danl 0
Order, Olivar T!
Parker, II II
I Marsh. Nellie M
v,a Bnean, Norah 0
Williams, Charles u
- "' 'm. C h. .W. letters
. t clouo w..s
the plea89 say dvertised
Wm. M. Mcrpht, Postmaster.
St. Loms, Mo., August 30, 1883.-1 nav
be - ugedVour Penetrating Oil in my family
acho.' My boys who are very fond of
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly, ' '
go. B. Bbnnett,
Teller City Tressury1, St. Louis.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Mum Throat. Hurlling. Mpraln. UruUrl,
lluriis. K.-nliU. t'nwl Ultra,
lit) Al l, UI II Kit llllllll.T P11KS 1MI AI HIS.
Bj14 If brjm.l r. 1 l-i.r eri KiftT Cull belli.
I'lrtcitnui lu II l.ari(u(ra.
THE t II Altt.KM A. VOVKI.F.RCO.
llWwor. w A. VOuthtK 00 ) llal.lBon, lit., T.S. A.
ST. CLAKA ACADEMY
la maicnlflccntly situated In the southern partot
W'lcoDln. I'liplla arnting at Unbuquo, EmI Du
bngae or (ialena, 111 , may telephone to Academy
forcoivtyauce. For further varticalars apply for
cataloijue. ST. CLAItA ACADEMY.
blueinawn Mouud, Grant Co., Wis-
ST. EEfilXA ACADEMY, EDGEW0OD,
tho maunlflrent gift of ex ov. W'anhbnrn, .Madl
ion, Wis.,U a branch of bt. Clara'e and offers flue
educational advantages. ?:K)-2m.
CHESTER. 23d yar opcm Septcmher 10. A
fclllltary College with I'nlvereity Powers. Depart
njents In rlvii Eogineerincr, Chemistry Claiic
andEncllfh. Circulars nf Capt'. W. 1'. Holiday
and N. B. Thutlewood, and of Meerre. P. W. Bar
clay, Charles OalHirher and It. II. fnnnlnsham, of
thin city, or of COL. TI1EO. HYATT, Fieaident.
What Struck an Old Soldier.
'It wll! soon be twenty years since the ar clos
Under the hot eon of Anguit, !.', the vlllaue of
Dorer. N. J., lay Btlll as the epulnx In Egypt,
while Elijah Sharp, of that place, slowly and soft
ly spoke of the past. "Yes," ho said, "I was In
the army and saw many of the sights of those
fearful years. I was finally discharged from disa
bility resulting from sunstroke. I came hon.e
miserable in health and nplrits; so enfeebled that
I took cold on the slightest exposure. Life seem
ed worthless to me: I lived only in memory."
'That wa sad enough," I said, dividing my
last two cigars,
'That's so," responded Mr. Sharp, "but I got
over It. Ontgrew It? Not exactly. W hen In that
condition I began taking Parker h Tonic, and my
health commenced to improve right awav. I was
astonished at it, and so was my wife. I plied on
the flesh and could eat anything. My ambition
blazed up I could attend to bunlnc. and now
excepting that I have to take care about exposing
myself to ihe hot sun I am a wtll as I was the
day I enlisted. What dlffejences tht're are In
things-guns and bayonets kill; Paiikkb's Tonic
This preparation, which has been known as
Pabkeu's (iisoEB Tonic, will hereafter be called
simply Pahkkh's To.sm. As unprincipled dealers
are constantly deceiving their customers by sub
stituting Inferior artioee under the nnme of gin
grr, and as ginger is reallv an unimpoi'.a:it Ingred
ient, we drop the misleading word.
There it no change, however in the preparation
itself, and all the bottles remaining In the hands
of dealers, wrappad under the name of Parkib's
Uinoir Tonic, contain the gennino medicine, if
the fac-simile signature of Uiacock & Co. Is at the
bottom of the outside wrapper.
FLOUR, NBA IN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hi-rbofet Cash Price Paid for Wb at.
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and charges, to the highest and best bidder, an
Wednesday, tha loth day of September, 1H, at the
wharf boat of I he IJalliday A Phi lips Wharf Boat
Co., laying moored ta the public landing on tha
Ohio Hivcr opposite the foot of Sixth srreet, Cairo.
Illinois, The sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
continue ui, til all are sold or disposed of, unless
previously called for.
The following lot of goods, utensils, Ac. which
have been In store and uncalled for more than
twelve months last past, numbered and marked
as follows viz:
Lot No. 1. no mark. 1 box stove pipe, Ac. '
i. Jas W Mans, Drooklya, Ark, 1 box
3. P & W, l bri stove pipe.
4. no mark, 1 scale beam
5. Flucher Cairo, 1 box II H good, ana
1 beostead. rails and slats.
6. .1. W. Phillips, 1 box II a goods,
i, no mark, I box lamps. Jtc.
8. J. W. Davenport, Memphis, 1 bdle
9. no mark. 1 box glass.
10. Ex Str Vlrgle Leo, 1 drag taw.
11. Agt. X.P.&U. 8how, Cairo, 1 box
li. Joe Armstrong, r.r eaville. 1 brl fleur
U. M. C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
11. no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter Human, Texarkana, 1 box
in. II., l lot Ilolloware.
17. LL., wllllamevllle, Mo.,1 box dry
IS. no mark. 1 box frames.
1". S. (i. Koberte, Mouticello, Ark., 1 brl
JO. M F. Supe, Fort V?orth, Texas, 1
21. II.. Holly Springs, Miss., 1 brl bot
tles. il. H. 4 C.,Milburn,Ky..l bale batting.
83. no mark, rewlng machine.
21. Jas. Bell, Ullln, III., 1 pr names.
2 no mark, 4 bdles, -i dos wathboards.)
SB. Livingston it Co., Iron founders,
Pittsburg, 1 box apple parers.
27, It. A. Kldd.l box flasks.
28. Dan Ph. lan, Vicksburg, 1 bdle (3
20. C. II. W.,1 wash stand.
30. Mary Sample, Calvert City, 1 box
11 II goo'ls.
31. Smith Bros Cairo, 1 box H H goods.
32. Storrell Helix, Osceola, Ark., 1 box
II 11 goods.
31. Wm. Keld, Goose Island, 1 box gun.
M. T.T.Travis, Big Pond, Ark.,1 box.
li. W. S. Oaeklll, Cairo, 1 box H H
?A. Miss Kato Polntz, Cairo, 1 box.
117. Kothchllds &i'o., Cic, O.,lbox.
H8. no mark, 2 boxes paper palls.
3'J It. L. Aiken, Evansville, Ind., 1 box
40. no mark, 1 box H II goods.
41. M.A. H Clinton, Ky.,lbox snnff.
4.'. M. P., 1 bureau.
4a. E. W. D. Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin
41. E. W. E., Thompson Ldg, 1 box
45. E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4i. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
4. E. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 lx
ii. E. V. U.. Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
4:i E. vt'. D Thompson Ldg., i brl
50. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg , ! brl
M. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., H brl
5). E.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
51. E.W. D.. Thompson Ldg., Mo 1
M. E. W. U., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
53. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg , Mo., 1
box brandy cherr'es.
Eti. E. W. D., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
:7. S. J. Simpon, Lake Charles, Miss.,
5 boxes tobacco.
5S. no mark, 1 box 11 H goods.
K. do 1 box mdse,
W. do do
til. do do
f.i. do 14 brl C. O. salts.
M. A. II., New Madrid, 1 hoz mate,
CI. no maik, 1 trunk mdse.
65. K. T. A Son, Heelfoot, 1 box candy,
wi. V. 4 15., Kanklns Ldg., Mln., lbutt
or. lieo W. Craig, care. Gus Fowler, 1
1 ale mdse.
63. Ilouseman, Armon A Co., 8t. Louts,
(10 uvj a
Ti. M.C. Mchalrr, St. Charles, Ky.. i
T'l. no mark, 1 brl lamp chlmnlea.
','4 A. Kabn, Mlllckint Bend, 1 box
75. no mark. 1 box sundries.
To. S. Navaro, Little Hock, 1 brl glass
ware. TT. no mark, 2 buckets bar stores.
TS. do 1 box bar stores.
TH. do do
80. do do
bl. do do
M. do do
83. do do
gl. do do
85. J. S. S., I box bar stores.
80. do do
87. do do
88. d) d ,., .
by. Butler A Haft, Holly Retreat, Miss. 1
90. J. II. C'avaners, Monterey, Ark, 1
box fire crackers.
91. no mark, 1 bdlo wagim tods.
92. do 1 brl glassware.
13. R. S. Aiken, Evansville, 1 boxes
91. D D.JayneA Son, Phlla., 1 box
95. McKeown A Pond, 2 boxes stove fix
tures. . . t
9ti. Jno. Holden, Blandvlllo, Ky., 1 box
07. no mark. 10 bltck valises.
8. do 1 trunk.
99. J II. Prav.l trunk.
1 0. K., 9 plows.
101. Kuaset, Bird's Polnt.2 plows.
102. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
THR HALLIDAY A PHILLIPS WUARF-BOAT
Cairo, 111.. Ang. otn, i.
Mutual life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Organized December, 1833, Under tie
taw oi iooj.
Successor to Widow. .and Orphan. ; MuwaJAtd So-
tho laws of lo78.
WM. BTltAi is--
A 'Jill. 1 1?4 I I ?l lit ,.-"'
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm Strutton, Stratton ft Bird. rowrs, Cairo, 111.,
J a' Goldmine, ofUoldstlne Roscnwater, whole
sale and retail dry goodj C. W. DnnnlnR. M. D.S
Pres Bd. Med. Kx.i for Tensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. H. Kobinson, county
Indue and notary pnone; " n r. w..
L "t. .A inr.n,-n affent: R. U. Batrd. cltf
street supervisor; M. rhilltps, carpenter and build,
or; Thomas Lewis, attorney and sccretarv j K. V.
Pierce, attorney-at-law, DuQuoln 111.; K. C. race
casnier OI Lenieuu.a. uu. 4uit.... "-
Uavden, cashier oi ueorge vjouneny iv''
Bel'd. Ill ; B. M Muno, attorney-at-law. 1M Ran
dolph s.reet, Chlcav;o; Uon. Root. A. Hatcher, at-tornev-at-law,
Charleston. Mo.; H. Lelghton
cashier First National Bank, Stuart. Iowa.
6 and !mMUUm
Vn. WARD CO.. Ualtoat.