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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MOUNINO AUGUST 'JO, 1881.
T h fit filio ri!bili!iica property cornir Jlol
ItriHik Avcquq and 2:inl Ktruet, known ah
s tlio "Cuhl riacu". Kent low to a (jowl
teuHtit. M. J. Howley, Aunt.
A oittau on lOtli Struct, bucoixI door
west of Walnut. Apply to
r't E. W. W'lirnotK.
Lejfal Iiliinka Kept For Suit
t Tiik Hullktin ollice.
Kpeciid Warranty Ikcil.i,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Haul l'Matu Mnrtjaye,
Si open as,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
'ifiniialieo Ulanke, Jcc.
An Etlitor'n Tribute
Tlierenu 1. Kuator, Editer of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past live
years have always used iJr. Kiuy's New
Discovery, for couirJiB of most severe cliar
aeter, as well as fur thosu of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
friends to wliom I have recommended it
Hpeak of it in fame hih terms. Having
liecn curfil ly It of every coujjh I have had
for live years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at IJ'irclay llros.'Drufj Store and get a Free
Trial Uottlo. Lar,-o size 1.00. (3j
Ladies who would retain freshness an!
vivacity. Don't fail to try "Well's Health
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester,
Mich., writes: "My wile has been almost
helpless for five years, to helpless that she
could not turn over in bed alone. She used
two bottles of Electric IJittire, and is so
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Hitters will do all that is claimed
for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest
their great curative powers. Only fifty
riTits a bottle at Unrclay Hros. (:.')
If You Do!
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hiro anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Caiho Hcllkti.n.
"Rough on Iticli."
"Rough on Itch," cures humors, erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains. i
Avoid Pjlls I!eing largely composed of
mercury they eventually ruin the stomach,
but Allon's Bilious Physic a vegetable mix
ture, acU quickly, and effectually cures. 23
Cents. At all Druggists. ('")
Extravagant claims for inferior medicines
are always sure to defeat the ends for which
they are intended. It is only when the effi
cacy of a remedy has been tried and proven
that tlio manufacturer is justified in pro
nouncing it an invincible spccilic. Mr. P.
Ferguson, of No. 200 Hudson street, RuiFab
N. Y. adds his testimony to that of hund
reds of others when he writes, in ordering
a bottle of Athlophoros.tho great remedy for
rheumatism and nouralgia: "I rind your
medicine all you claim for it. I am now
ablo to get around very comfortably."
Sr. Lous, Mo., August 30, 1SSJ. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
the last two years, and rind it an unfailirg
remedy for rheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who arc very fond of the
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly,
Geo. E. Bennett,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
"Rough on Toothace.h"
Instant relief tor Neuralgia. Toothache.
Faceache. Ask for "Rough on Toothache."
I could scarcely speak; it was almost im
possible to breathe through my nostrils.
Using Ely's Cream Halm a short timo the
trouble entirely ilisapcared. J. O. Tichc
nor, Shoe Merchant, Elizabeth, N. J.
Those unhappy persons who sutler from
neivousncss and dyspepsia, should uso Car
ter's Little Nerve Pills, which are made
expressly for sleepless, nerrous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 25c, all druggists.
ttuckien'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
a 5 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Ely's Cream Balm is worth its weight in
gold as a euro for catarrh. S. A. Lovell,
Before I have used one bottle of Ely's
Cream Balm I am cured of Catarrh. I
could scarcely smell any thing, and had a
hoadacbo moBt of the time. Henry Lilly,
Agt. Am. Ex. Co., Grand Haven, Mich.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along tho lino of the St. Louis, Iron
.Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texan,
in 1883, and mako up your mind to go and
soo for yourself when you learu that tbo crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and paying ono-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate robato is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townbehd, Oon'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
UI'HClAl. I'AI'KIt 01' AI.KXANDICU COUNTY
KNTKIIKU AT TIIK CAIHO POSTOPFICK KOIl
I'll ANHM IrtHH' ' "i"OI'IJII Til K MAII.H AT
After AiiTKVill7 Ovular subscribers
who aro not t,s..9ears, Tin; Bli.M'.tin will
FOR 20 CENTS PER VVKEK,
Payable weekly, or 5 weeks for One Dollar.
No reduction for payment in advance, but
if subscribers prefer to pay yearly or half
yearly in advance, they can do so without
Tin: Bulletin will contain am. tho lo
cal news without fear or favor, and six col
umns of telegraph news 13 hours in ad
vancc of the St. Louis morning papers.
-Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall", Tie
Hatters Just received over nine hundred
dollars worth of the latest style Ilfits. ut
Conductor Whalen was suspended
from the Illinois Central train Wednesday,
for pulling out and knowingly leav
ing twenty or mora of tbo passen
gers behind, who were at dinner at
Tho Halliday. After tho train had pulled
out from the depot, the telephone was used
and those in charge of the incline were re
quested to send a switch engine and a sleep
er down after the passengers, which was
done, and all caught up with the train at
tho incliue. The suspension is but brief,
Our line of Rats is complete in every
respect and comprises all tho new shapes
and colors: Chicago Clothing House. Ct
The following is the official report of the
sanguinary work of the Cairo boys among
tho several would-be base ball clubs
of our neighboring cities during thisjweek :
The first game was played on Sunday at
Paducah, with the Eckfordn,
Cairo: 0 2 1 2 17 G 3 0 -37
Eckfords 10 5 02 1 00 9
Second game at Columbus, with the Lib
12 3 45C789
Cairo 4 3 0 4 C 4 5 0 20
Liberty 000304 01 0-8
Third, at Charleston, Mo.,
Cairo 1 1 3 4 0 8 3 0 0-13
Charles'n 0000020 0 3-4
Stages of the liiver.
River marked by tho gauge at th is
port, at 2.12 p. m. yesterday, S feet 10
inches. Fall during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 1 inch.
Chattanooga, Aug. 28. River 1 foot 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Aug. 28. River 4 feet 7
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 23. River 3 feet 2
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 23. River 1 ft 1 inch
Pittsburg, Aug. 28. River 0 foot 5 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 23. River 10 ft 7 inch
es aud rising.
A Voice from Ireland.
From ihc Rr publican.
The following letter has been received by
ono of the employes of the Missouri Re
C.vnuow Cannon Rouse, )
August 10, 1834.
Mr Dear Mh. Gau.au iiek For the last
month I was engaged in almost a life and
death struggle against the enemy. For the
last five years I have been almost single
handed lighting the worst landlords ever in
Donegal tho landlords of this union. No
coercion act would reach mc, but at last
they resorted to a new plan to drive me out
of the covntry, if possible. They brought
an action for liable against me, laid its ve
nue in Derry, selected twelve Oraugemcn
to try the case, and, of course, the result was
not for a moment doubtful. The judge
who tried the case declared that I had li
beled tho government, and, of course, must
bo punished. The jury retired, and in two
minutes brought in a verdict against me
for 100 and costs, which will amount to
400. Thus they think they have silenced
mo in future, but I am not through with
them yet. Enough on this subject, as you
will probably seo a letter from mo in tho
Irish-American papers in a few days.
Let me thank you for sending mo tho
Republican and Celt. But tell me, is it
possiblo that any number of our country
men will voto the black Republican ticket?
I can not believe it possible in the face of
the treatment received by Irish Americans
abroad during Blaine's administration. I
will write a public letter soon on tho sub
ject, but, in tho meantime, you aro at full
liberty to publish any letters of mino from
"Victoria's dungeon." I feel strongly, I
assure you, on this subject, and had it not
hcou for the loss I have just sustained here
in my fight with the enemy, I certainly
would havo gono to tho States to work
against Blain and his party, armed with
Lowell's original lottor, to tell the story of
my imprisonment and Republican sneers
at my appeal for protection.
Your friend, D. McSwke.mey.
CuAiti To; Mt:DhiiMiT. At the rrhi
dinco ot Rev. Firther Mutphy on 9th street
at 8 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, August 20,
1834, Mr. John Charlton and Miss Bridget
McDermot, both of Cairo.
Rev. Father Murphy performed tho cere
mony. Tho bridesmaid was Miss Nellie
Barry and tho groomsman Mr. Milt. Phil
lips. After the solemn ceremony the company
repaired to the residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. McDermot.on 4th street.where
a most elegant supper was in waiting. Af
ter supper tho company assembled at Bris
tol's Hall on 8th street where good music
awaited them, and tho hours wero spent
most pleasantly until train time, when the
happy couple was escorted to the depot and
bidden farewcli, amid numerous express
ions of good will and kind wishes for fu
ture prosperity ami happint-SB. Mr. Charl
ton and bride go to Chicago, where they
will call on an aunt of the bride, Mrs. Mc
Donagh, and other relatives. Then they go
to Davenport, Iowa, and will come home by
The Misses Lydiaand Lizzie Charlton, of
Centralia, sisters of the groom, and Mies
Annie Campbell, of Louisville, cousin of
the bride, wero present at tho wedding.
Tho following is a list of the presents re
A handsome hanging lamp chandlier,
two globes of flowers, Mrs. McCarthy.
From the groom, a set cf jewelry.
From the mother of the bride, a pair of
bracelets and a pair of blankets.
A silver and cut glass beiry dish, Mrs.
Mrs. Regan, Chicago, cousiu of the bride,
pickle castor, silver and cut glass.
Half dc zen goblets, from Miss. Lchmcs.
Silver cream pitcher and sugar bowl, M.
Silver and cut gl3 pickle castor, from
Mrs. Mary Fisher.
Set silver knives aud forks, John Yocum.
and Joe Gordon.
Misses Lydia and Lizzie Charleton, set
Plush frame and autograph album, Miss
Plush photograph album, from Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Schuh.
A set of large white vase9, from Julia
Coyne and Kate Turcel.
A silver butter dish, from Annie Camp
bell, Louisville, Ky.
Cut glass water set, from Mr. and Mrs.
Silver and cut glas3 pickle, from Mrs.
Silver spoon holder, from Mr. R. Smyth.
Glass and silver car l receiver, from J. O.
A set of rnsjolicn, from Mrs. Mc. Don
agh, of Chicago.
A satin sofa pillow, Miss Maggio Stable
ton. Silver butter dish, from Flora and An
Cut glass and silver card receiver, from
Mr. and Mrs Carry.
Perfume bottle and satin pin-cushion,
from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cassady.
A toilet set, from Mrs. Kane and Mrs.
A set ot silver teaspoons from Minnie
A set of silver knives, from John Sulli
van. A set of mats from Annie English.
Washstand set and pincushion, from
Miss Lizzie McCarthy.
A set of mats, from Miss Nellie Barry.
A bed spread from Mrs. Mastcrson.
A set of pillow shams and sheet, from
Mrs. Geo. Baker.
A box linen handkerchiefs, from Miss
A tidy, from Miss Ilanah Magner.
A tidy, from Mrs. Cantwell.
A tidy, from Miss Annie Kerney.
A set of napkins, from Mrs. P. Mockler.
A sofa tidy, from Mr.&Mrs. Wm. Dennis.
Half dozen towols, Mrs. Cormedy.
Half dozen towels, Mrs. J. Barry.
Half dozen towels, Mrs. Carroll.
Half dozen towels, from Mrs. J. Shuett.
Silver cream spoon, from Pete Dowd.
A set of silver teaspoons, from Miss El
A glass fruit dish, from Miss Mollie Kil
martin. Silver butter dish from Mr. P. Burke.
Comb toilet set, from D. Sullivan and
Camp rocking chair, from John Glenn
Toilet set, from Mr. and Mrs. Johuston.
Perfumo case, from Mrs. Pittman.
A set of bronz statues, from Mr. McGin
nis. A set of vases, from Miss Mary Clancy.
Toilet set, from Miss Nellie Barry.
A set of vases, from Mrs. Mockler.
A set of vases, from Mrs. Schuh.
A pair of bases, from Mrs. Kennedy.
A plush covered mirror, fiom MrB.
A set of napkins, from Annie and Ella
Half dozen napkins and tablo cloth, from
Mr. and Mrs. Lohr.
A linen tablo cloth, from John Cannon.
Half dolon towols, from Mrs. Isenburg.
Linen tablecloth and napkin from Rob
White spread, from Burger's store.
White spread, from Mrs' Dick English
White spread, from Miss Josio Cahill,
Tin water set, from Mr. and Mrs. Ilewett.
1 Tin water sot, from Mr. and.Mrs. Coudifl'.""
Chamber set from Mr. and Mr?. Geo
ChiHi.be,- art In.in Mr. and Mis. II.
Miih clmir, iVoni Mr. Milt Phillips.
Rattler, from Dick Bury and Willie
A fair of infant's btockings, fnm Mrr.
Footstool, from Mr. and Sin. Hodge.
Two bouquet troni Mrs. Ulamus.
A set of napkin ling, Mrs. Blnck.
Traveling hat, from Misi Rate Ptriy
Set jewelry, pearl, Mr-. S wander.
Wall banner, Miss Emma Ilogan.
Summary of Meteorological Record of
Yesterday Afternoon for this
SlIiNAL Sr.UVK'K, U. S. A
Washi.voton, AloCsT 21), 1SS1.
Sky mostly covered with clouds. Bar
ometer below 30 everywhere. Thermom
eter between 72 and 03. Rtin reported
from LaC'rosse, .00; Dubuque, .01; Daven
port, .04; St. Louis, .05; Cincinnati, .04;
Louisville, .01; Chattanooga, .10; ritts
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at tho different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
Gosticulation is foreign to our nation;
and yot tho man who would bo an
orator must learn what to do, ns well
as what to avoid doing, with his arni3
and hand3. Tho word is but an echo;
the ambassador of thought. All ener
getic passion, all deep sentiment, must
bo heralded by expression, or by out
ward and visiblo sign of somo sort,
otherwise tho words will fall coldly, as
emanating from tho intellectual ma
chine, and not springing, warm and
irreprcssiblo, from tho heart. Talma,
in hi3 troatiso on tho art of acting, says:
"The gesture, tho attitude, tho look,
should procedo tho word.s, :ia tho flash
of lightning precedes . the thunder."
Yet, if you watch any uncultivated
speaker, you will find that his action
never indicates tho path he is travel
ing, but follows it. Observo tho itiner
ant preacher, whoso npoplectic elo
quence suggests that ho is suH'cring1
rom n determination of words to tho
mouth; you will seo that tho tlingingof
his arms to and fro i3 an effort to add
forco to his words, not tho outcomo of
strong fooling beforo it has broken into
speech. Tho truo orator's movoments
must appear so spontaneous that they
pass unnoticod, and yet, insensibly,
thoy will affect his audience. Tho
most powerful speakers aro always,
rnoro or less, actors, who identify them
boIvos with tho causo thoy advocate.
Cold rhetoricians who have not this
capacity may bring conviction to our
roason when wo read their spooches in
tho papers tho morning after thoy aro
delivered; but, lacking tho passionate
persuasiveness of men whoso voico and
framo vibrato With tho emotion their
words evoko, they will never touch tho
hearts or rouso tho enthusiasm of an
In public speaking, as in reading, it
i9 of primary importance that tho voico
bo not pitched too high or too low,
but that tho keynote be struck in tho
tniddlo of tho register. Many persons
become exhausted in reading, or in ad
droasing an audionco, from ignorance
of tho art of rospiration, anafrom an
crronoous notion that it is necessary to'
employ somo non-natural tone. Neith
er is it essential to shout in order that
tho speaker's words may bo carried to
tho furthest extremity of a large hall.
Thoro can bo no greater mistakes than
these. As in singing, so in oratory,
the most natural emission of the voico,
if combined with a distinct articula
tion, will "toll" more at a groat dis
tance than all tho hollowing in tho
world. Actors aro espocially liable to
forget that violenco is not power, and
that loudness is rather indicativo of
hysterical and fominine impotcuco than
of manly forco. I sat besido a great
actress at tho theater lately, when a
scene which should havo torn out our
very heart-strings was boing enacted.
"Why do they talk so loud?" sho
whisperod to me. "Thoy would pro
duco twico tho cfl'oct if thoy did not
scream at oach other. Nineteenth
Tho St Louis fashionablo girl has a
now toy. Sho has taken to live dolls.
Sho plays with borrowod babies. Her
delight is to get possession of a pretty
infant and subject it to extravagances
of fondling and adornment. Whon sho
drivos in a village cart a nursemaid sits
besido her to hold tho littlo pet When
sho goos shopping tho servant carries
tho baby into tho storo. Whon callod
upon in her own residence sho is found
with tho child in hor coddling arms.
Nothing in tho freakish Rno of girlish
diversion has over taken amoro sudden
hold on passing fancy. Of courso,
pretty babioa aro in urgont demand.
WhoroTor ono exists tho family is dis
turbed by tho competition botween
Bisters, cousins and aunts to got pos
session. And if no baby in blood re
lationship can bo procured tho eager
young mothor by brevet doos not hosi
tate to procuro on from among the
offspring of somo poor and obliging
woman. The wardrobes which ac
company this Indulgcnco are wonden
of beauty, tasta and coBt
THE GREAT GERMAN
'v -... . ;
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wucvm ami curM
HACK At II K,
Soronon, Cuts, Bruiiei,
in Kw s ti.nu
jitiii1 in Kii'inin a
And ail oilier lioillly 1km
FIFTt cents a bottle.
Sul.l hv all TtniffflMts and
Iithlfr-t. iJifL-ctiiiJia lu 11
The Charlei A. Vogeler Co.
I 9uiufiHA ViWXLXR Ai'O
jjllaltiiuore, Mil., V,H. A
THE DUST TJIIXO KNOWN
In Hard or of(, Motor Cold Water.
PVVKS I.AHOli. TIME nml SOAP AM.IZ
INWI.V, sill uivti universal niitisfurtiuu HQ
lumily, rich or pour, thoul l bo without it.
HoldbynUG jors. UHWAIIK of imitation!
Wi ll ileiiiniicil 1. 1 t-ii-: ici.t. rKAIU.lN'fc is tlio
ONLY KU10 mb.jt b'lvina cmiiinuinii, nuj U
Wilis tear the uliuvu j uiliol.Hiul unuio ol
JAOKH l'YLU. Ni:V YOliK.
A piiwrrlul iirrparMInn
sr. :iiH'iMiirtt.'l tli:ii:iti'v
iirrp alii. iii-u in tin. iiir
lucr ill t?hi'lr:i;; In lh.
vrrv iHiiit'.riui! almost In.
8 TAN Jl Y lClil.lt t 1'AIN.
CA3 it! IVJAt it CUSS it
Stiff Joints, i
&L3 ''A Tooth-Aehn.
Sore Throa t, Patui
in Limbs. Stom
ri( h or Bowel,
Ctr In iii'v p.irl ot Svtrti' .
V. HI Nc.T -nil. t I.ONt.MI
n.'t iii-oilur Hit' k!ii. It
lri Mi en in i oiiwtaiil nfo
liy I'll V .11.11114 mil olhl'19
lut 3 ars I'rt.'c 5li(j.
I'ltiu) til outy I'Y
JACOB 8i MEPPtlL. 8t Louis. Mo.
OR BALK BV AIL L.BC001ST8 A-N'D
T.FAXKJR3 IN Mi.LlClNi.3.
UNITED Sl'ATli.t MAUSI1A1S S.U.K.
IN AP.'ll'Ul.I v.
Uv virttw of n' innuml mil of tint District
Conn ol the I'liitml t-'n' h, I.ir luu Houth.uru Dii
trict or llliuoiii, lu admiralty. iUhmI on Mouilny tlio
ltli day tif Auu'UH. A. 1)., lv,t, will lie etilil ut Tub
lie Stile, to thu liiu'licct aTiill,e bililer. lor cull,
at i'W Liberty, rotn: comity. In n li'.ntrttt. on
the fourth dy of SvpU-iulxir. A. J.. 1t. bttwen
thu liniirof .-luiset of iil day unci !o Yl'iik A. M
tin) fullutviiiL' druunlii'il propurtv, to-wit:
I'liu wrt'ck ol tlio H'l'itmtiimt K. K. Levi in, Itirlud-
inj; nor i doIIith, s unliiff , nl!;u'''r t'li'itio, dortur,
pump, irHto bars, Ac, tde mn-. haviuir lu'un order
(id. by did court to bo fold. JUlIM A TANNIC l(,
U. S. Marshall.
Spriiiufifli, 11!., Aliens' IMih. 1.--4.
liy U. h D.VUWIN,
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
f Corner Priiirie Avonuo and tflth St., Chicago),
M 'l ifitl Depart merit ot
'1 lie N'ortliwostprii University.
N. 8. DAVIS. M. O..LL. D , Dunn.
The Co li.'uiato year will bculn Sept. ',, issi, and
Cloe Slarcli 'il, lk". The course of instnictiou is
Rraderi, St'jileutu heinj divided into Unit, eccond
and third year classes. I'miiltiiiuinns fur admis
sioti ar eltner a DoL'ree of A. li.. a certificate of a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
1 he method of instruction is conspicuously prac
tical, and in applied in tho Wards of thu Mercy,
St. Luko'8 and Mkh.icl UVese Hospitals, daily at
the bedside of the sick. Tho Pratt. Honors' Course
will hcuiit the. day al'iur the Animal Conmciice
meht and C ut'wie four weeks. Keen, in adv .nce:
Matriculation, $." KJ ; Lectures. JT.i.ml; Demonstra
tor. Vi.i'd. Hospitals: Mercy, Si. on: St. Lujie's,
$").'. Laboratury, i.lKi; I'.reakaijc, -.Oi. Pinal
Examination. Jl' lo, February l'rnctitlnucra'
Course, If :o .HO. For further liiluriiiatioti, address
W Al.TEit HAY. M. i., LI.. D , .S.-crelary,
TlVlivi l i .Mate Chicago,
CAlliU, II l.l.NOIS.
DE At.l'.lLS IN
ri.i'ri:, r.RAis M) aw
Kia-boBiCa. fricel'aM for Wheat,
CATAR R U
Is a typo of cataarb
liavinu peculiar symp.
loms. It is attended
by mi Inllamed condi
tion of the llullif iin-m
brane of liio nostrils,
tenr-duets ami throat,
uffcctiuir the 1 il n K s.
An acrid muciis is
secreted, the discharjju
Is aei oliipauled with a
1 painful biirninirsensa-
tion. Tlie'e are sev
ere spasms of siiecs
iu. friquent attacks
of hliudiiii; headache,
ii u-oli.p,. utut tn il ii ni. I
V-1 s I a t v of the eyes.
jjTv-CCMC'D Klv'sCream lia!mtsa
nVX "tJy. R rei'redy (ounded on a
correct dlaL'tior-l" cf litis disease and can bo de
pended upon. .Vic. in drgi;ists; lilc. by mall.
Sample bottle hv mail l"c.
KI.Y ItltOTII 'IIS. Dm gls s, Ower..
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICKS:
bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity iral. Trice.
These tanks are made of C LEA It CYPHK8S. i
Inches tlili k. seciitoiy hooped anil are WAThU
1'IOIIT. They aro
Shipioil wholontid ivro well braced
to prevent their being racked or broken in hand
ling. Ksllmatei furnished for
Tunics ol uny Hiko.
A. U10U3 to UltOS.,
21? Delord St., Now Orleans, La.
I I II I
I f jttrnnmnrtMiiifniifnmK li
Ki 1 1 Hi1 11
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Public Sale of Unclaimed
There will bo sold tt public auction for itor(
anil charnes, to I he highest and belt bidilar, o
Wednesday, tho luth day of September, 1384, at ih
wharf boat of I hu Halliday Phi l.pt Wharf Boat
Co., layinn moored ta tho public landing on tha
Ohio liiver opposttt tbo foot of Sixth irrMt, Cairo,
Illinois. Tho sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and
cot.tlniio until all are sold or disposed of, unless
pruvlously called Tor.
Tliu rollowtntc lot of Hoods, utensils, Ac, which
have been in store and uncalled for mora than
twelvo months laal pa-t, numbered and marksd
as follows vl.:
Lot No. 1. no mark, 1 box atova pipe, 4c.
'1. Jus W .Means, llrooklyn, Ark, 1 box
i. V & W, 1 lirl stovo plpo.
4. no mark, 1 scale beam.
V Kl'iclier Cairo, I box II !( goods, and
I hetisiead, rails and slats.
.1. W. Phillips, I box II U goods.
7, no mark, 1 tox lamps. &c,
H. .1. W. Davrnpott, Memphis, 1 bdle
i anvass and (how.
0. no mark. 1 box K'ass.
ID. Kx Sir Virile l ee, I drair saw.
11. At. m. P. & H. Show, Cairo, 1 bot
li. .loe Armstrong, Gr euville. 1 brl flour
1). M C. Adams, Cairo, 1 brl mineral
1 1, no mark. 1 box plow points.
15. Peter Kumau, Texarkaus, 1 box
11 II., 1 lot Holloware.
17. I.L., vvllliamsvlllu, o.,l box dry
1H. no mark, 1 box frames.
li). S. (.. Hubert, Montlctllo, Ark., 1 brl
ismp c' imnovs.
). M F. Hupo, Fort Worth, Texas, 1
21. II., Holly Springs, Mln., 1 brl bot
tles. ii- 11. &C.,Milhnrn,Ky..lbal batting.
':1. no mark, rowing machimt.
Jas. Bell, Ullln, Ui.,lprhames.
I k no mark, 4 bdlvs.Cj dos waihboards.)
iij. LMiifsioti & Co., Iron founders.
Plttsbnre, 1 box apple parera.
27. It. A. Kidd.l box flasks.
M. Dan l'helan, Yicksburp, 1 bdls 0
C. II. W.,1 wash stand.
;J. Mary Sample, Calyirt City, 1 box
II II root s.
!it. SmitU Urns Cairo, 1 box H II goods.
:).'. Htorrell & Helix, Osceola, Ark.,1 box
II li goods.
31. Wm. Hoid.Oooso Island, 1 box gnn.
31. T.T.Travis, Ulg Pond, Ark.,1 hex.
W. S. Oaskill, Cairo, I box H U
3fi. Miss Kate Pnlnta, Cairo, 1 box.
:i. Uothchilds &Co., Clu., U., 1 box.
no mark, i boxes paper palls.
i'J It. I.. Aiken, Kvausville, lud., 1 box
40, no mark, 1 box II II goods.
41. M. A. H., Clinton, Ky., I box ennff.
4'. M. P., 1 bureau.
4S. K. W. I). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gln-
41. K. W
Thompson Ldg, 1 box
4', K.W. I)., Thompson Ldg., I box
4ii. K. W. D., Thomrscu Ldg., 1 box
47. K.W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 box
48. L W. D.. Thompson Ldg., 1 butt
4) Ii. W. D Thompson Ldg., K brl
(0. E. W. O., Thomrson Ldg , H brl
51. E. W. D Thompson Ldg., H brl
::. K.W. D., Thompson Ldg., 1 box
! 1 . K. W. D.. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
51. E, W. D Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
rs. K. VV . D., Thompson Ldg , Mo., 1
lu x brandy cherries.
Vi. K. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1
7. S. J. Simp-on, L ko Chatles, MUs.,
5 boxes tobacco,
rs. no mark. 1 1 ox 11 H goods.
E'.i. do 1 box mdse,
lio. do io
lit. do do
li!. do '4bil C. O. salts.
I,:i. A. 11., Now Madrid, 1 hoxmdio.
I' I. no maik, 1 trunk mdso.
5. K. T. JfcHon, Kcelfoot, 1 box candy.
W. P. & 12., Kaukins Ldg., Mlu., 1 butt
07. Geo W. Craig, caro. Ons Fowler,
I alo mcse.
GH. Ilousuman, Armon & Co., St. Louis
. In bdlcs cotton sacks.
i;'i. no mark, 1 box b ulng paddles.
7 . do 2 bntls tobacco.
71. S. Sunny Side, I haqcotrce.
do do Yx brl sugar.
12. M C. McNalnr, St. Charles, Kin I
box sund ies.
71. no mark, 1 brl lamp chlmnlea.
71. A. Kunn, Millokliis ilund, 1 box
71. no mark, 1 box sundries.
7i. ii. Navato, Littlo liock, 1 brl glass
ware. 77. no murk, 2 buckets bar stores'.
7-. do 1 box liar stores.
V). do lo
. ho. do do
fl. do do
Kt. do do
91. do do
Wi. J. s. N., I box bar stores.
W. tlo do
H7 tlo tlo
tw. d do
'.). Ilntler A IlafT, Holly Itetreat, Mtss.l
box medic. no.
90. J. II. Cavaliers, Montorey, Ark, 1
box fire crackers,
ill. uo n. ark, 1 bdlo wagun rods.
IK!. do 1 brl glassware.
: :). It. S. Aikeu, vansv'.lle, I boxes
1)1.1) D.Juyno.t Son, 1'hlla., 1 box
95. McKeown & Pond, i boxes store fix
tures. Hi. Jno. Holdcn, Blandvllle, Ky., 1 box
sua! I boots.
U7. no mark, 10 black valises.
;s. do I trunk,
ft!). J. 11. Ilray, 1 trunk.
1 o. K , 9 blows.
loi. ltussel, Hint's Point, 2 plaws.
1'. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy beds, and
1 box gearing.
TIIK HALLIDAY & PHILLIPS WHARF-BOAT
Cairo. II!.. Ang. nth, I'M.
T H E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December. 1883, Under tlie
Luw or man.
Successor to Widows anil Orphans Mntnal Aid 80
Clety, organizes uuiy na, 101., uuuar
the laws of 1872.
Kins; II KOIUNSON frasldHtil
WM. S riCAT r N Vlce-Prtsldent
J. A. UOLuSTINK Treasurer
c. W. DONNINU ......Medical Adviser
TUu.MAS LKWIS SecreUrj
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fob 1st YEAR.
Wm. stratum. Stratton A Bird, erowrs. Cairo. 111.
J. A. (iiildstine, oftioldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. D.;
Pres. lid. Med. Kx., for fensions; Albert Lawls,
commission merchant; J. It. Kobinson, county
iiilge aud notary public; m. e. ritcbar, com.
iroker and Insurance agent: R. U. Balrd. eti
street supervisor; Jl. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
P:crce,attorney-at-law, Duynoin U1.;K. V. rata
cashier of Centennial BauK, Ashley. III.; Albert
II ay ilen, cashier of Oeorge Connelly A Co., Hpring
Held, M ; li. til. Munn, attorney-at-law, l Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. KobU A. Batcher, at
torney at-law, Charleston, Mo.; B. Lelghton
cashier First National Bank, Stuart. Iowa.
The Begnlar Cairo & Taducah Uallj
Bi GUS FOWLER
BBNRY E. TAYLOR, ktastsr.
UbOKOX JOUaa. Clsrk.
leaves Ptducah for Cairo dally (Snndayx sxeept
id) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p.m. Katur
ing, Isavsa Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Jaoud City at I p.rn
1',. 1 .!. ,