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THE 'JJAIL CAIRO BULLETIN FRIDAY MOKNING SEPTKMUER 5, 1884.
II The Daily ?Bnlletin. UVriCUL PAfM OF ALEXANDER CODHTT SNTKHID AT THB CAIRO POSTOfI01 FOB TRANiMIiBIOM THROUGH TRI MAILS AT i i SECOND CLASS B ATM. Why the Boston Pilot Uppos t es Blaine. From th Boston Pilot. The mm who receired, on tbe secoml ballot, 038 votes out of a total of 820, io Democratic contention, is unquestionably tbe choice of the party. We opposed the Domination of Cleve ; land, the candidate; we shall faithfully and earnestly work for the election of Cleve land, the De mocratc standard bearer. The Democratic principles is the Democratic party, and this is infinitely greater than the man it aelecta or reject!. It involves much more than tbe personal likes and dislikes of Democrats. Not the Interests of present men aloue, but tbe future American liberty is bound up with the pi eeer vat ion of tbe Democratic party. Those who wish to abide by its principles must not follow wandering fires. To Irish-Americana in particular we say: What is tbe record of the Republican party in relation to you for the past twenty yearsl What American citizen of Irish birth has it protected abroad t What shameful outrages on American citizenship has it not allowed, ' when England was ' the perpetrator, and citizens of Irish extraction the victims I Not one Republican hand has been moved to redress these sstonishing evila except President Arthur's, and he bad to whisper and smile his objections, because he repre sented the Repubricsn party. Mr. Blaine's voice, during all those years and when he sat in the Cabinet as Secretary of State, would have been powerful to correct; but it was never raised not once. We isy to Mr. Blaine now that bad he been a defender of the rights of naturalized citizens, when those citizens were flung into .foreign pris ons untried and uncharged, tbe Pilot would support him to-day, and a million Ameri cans of the Irish race would vote for him in November. But he did not do it, and his pretentions of fair play and friendship now are sheer humbug. . POET NEVV8. Stages of the Kiyer. STAGES OF TBS BIVXB. River marked by the gauge at this port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 11 feet 7 inch. Rise during previous twenty four hours, 0 foot tt inches. Chattanooga, Sept. 4. River 2 feet 0 inches and falling. Cincinnati, Sept. 4. River 4 feet 2 inches and falling. Louisville, Sept. 4. River 3 feet 2 ; inches and falling. Nashville, Sept. 4. River 8 ft 8 inch and rising. i Pittsburg, Sept. 4. River 8 foot 5 in ' ches and rising. St Louis, Sept. 4. River 10 ft 5 inch- es snd falling. MISCELLANEOUS ITKMI. : The Qus Fowler is the never-failing daily packet from Paducab, arriving here at 2 p. ra, making close connection with the Illinois Central R. R. for 8t. Louis, Chi cago and all points east and west. River indicates 11 feet 2 inches; a rise of 8 inches in last 24 hours. The Government steamer, Pearl, Capt. Bud Smedley, succeeded in . getting her 3 barges of rock off "at Grand Chain and towed them to Cairo.' ' She returned to Bay City after another tow rock. : The Minnetonka left yesterdsy at day light with tow rock for the Government at New Orleans and Wilson's Point. During her stay here she chsnged pilots. Cspt. Ben Frszier resigned and Cspt W. D. Phil lips was appointed in his place. The City of St. Louis, Capt. Donable, . ! passed up to St. Louis last evening with good freight list and lots of passengers. She leaves St. Louis next Wednesdsy for New Orleans. The Hudson, from St. Louis, passed up to Paducah last night with good trip. She is tbe only boat running in the Obiojriver, - except the Gns Fowler. Capt. Jno. Grif fith commands the Hudson. The Port Eads passed up to St. Louis from New Orleans with tow empties for the Valley Co. Tbe Future City, of the same line, will take a low from Cairo to New Orleana Saturday. The City of Vicksburg will be here to night from St. Louis, on her wsy to Vicks burg and way points. Cspt. Keith com r mands, and Geo. O Walton is clerk. The racehorse, City of Baton Rouge, Cspt. Horace Bixby, is due to-day from St. Louis on her way to New Orleans. Pilot Jaa. Edwards reports 5 feet water between Cairo and Paducah. Pilots also report 8 feet between here and Memphis, , and 9 feet between ; Cairo and St. Lows, and river rising slowly. The Valley Co. is loading a barge with package freight on deck, and will bulk the , hold with grain at tbe Cairo elevator to go forward by steamer Future City. j The Ella Kimbrongh will, leave St. Louis Saturday Snd arrive ' here' Monday. She ' will re-enter the Cairo and Memphis trade until the corn trade opens. ' The James Guthrie arrived at Paducah ways last evening. She had a bole 195 feet long by 8 feet wide in her side. She struck tsnag between Louisville and Evansville but bulk headod and raised. y, t Tbe Tyler will come out of retirement soon and enter the St. Louis ! trsde. She has been laid up at Paducah since last spring. Cspt. Turner will command. . Tbe watermelon club meets every day between 10 s. m. and 4 p. m. on the wharf boat. Tbe Mississippi is due with tow empties for tbe rock quarries up tbe Ohio and Mil lies! ppi rivers, Juries and Jury men. It is s current notion that the reason "by so few first-class business mon aro found upon our juries is that thoy are oxcused by tho courts. Tho returns say that such men rarely got upon the ury lists. In the exceptional cases whore such mon are returned to sorvo,' It is no doubt one of the most Impor tant duties of a Judge to brace himself up against yielding to any but the best of excusos. Boards of trade would do well not only to Inculcate It as a point of honor that none of their men should seek to shirk this grave public duty, but also to see to it that their olass bo properly represented. And hero lot me add that the general hardship of Jury duty is ovor-estimated. I have repeatedly had business men at the end of a term confess to me not only the satisfaction they have felt in per forming this function, and the interest they have felt in thoir work, but tholr surprise that it was so little onerous. Connected with tho elevation of tho jury is the question of tho bettor treat ment. The two reforms go hand in hand. It is no doubt essential to pre serve the strict control of the presiding Judge over tho conduct of tho jury:' but It Is now the aim of thoughtful Judges to exerciso this control with the utmost courtesy that circumstances allow. The jurors aro, in truth, a part of the court, sitting under the samo solemn obligation, and engaged in the same serious duty. Respect from oth ers tends to increase their self-respoct. I cannot but foel that tho more they are troated as gontlomon, the bettor will thoy respond to tho call upon them as such. I particularly object to tbe uncomfortable and unsanitary ar rangement of most of our jury rooms. This constitutes to many persons of delicate health or refined tastes tho most serious objection to jury servloo; while to those in good hoalth, and who are loss fastidious, it is still an annoy ing discomfort, which disturbs tho considerate and calm judgment so im portant in reaohing impartial and ac curate verdicts. In this suggestion of better accommodations for jurors, I shall carry the assent of all reasonable men. Judge R. 0. Pitman, in North American Review. Evolutions of the American IIoteL Exactly fifty-two years ago, when Fanny Kemble first came to this coun try, she records that the universal din ing hour in New York was 3 o'clock, after which the hotel cooks and ser vants cleared off the tables, cleared out themselves, and it was impossible to obtain anything fit to eat for love or money. At that time the American Hotel, at which sho stayed, was tbe best in the city, though Mr. John Jacob Astor, whom sho calls "the millionaire of New York" (as if he was the only one them), was about to remedy the deficiency by building a magnificent hotel, which soon after he did. The Mansion House in Philadelphia was considered excellent; so was Cozzens' establishment at West Point; but Miss Fanny thought the Tremont in Boston, by far the best hotel then existing in America. She has lived to see in New York alone a multitude of magnificent hotols which are surpassed in no city in Europe. Cooking on the Hook. In the woods, near the mountain crest, is a warm lake, a hundred foet across, and three miles from it, down bolow all the trees, near the Gardiner river, a river of scalding water rushes like a mill-race from beneath a ledge of rocks, and flowing a few hundred yards falls into the Gardiner. Here It is that one may catch a trout in the cold stream, and without moving a step swing him, still wriprgling on the hook, into tho hot river and boa him. I have seen it dono many times. I have done it myself, and have tasted tho flesh so cooked; but as epicures say that "a trout boiled is a trout spoilod," and as these were cooked in boiling sulphur water, I cannot avoid admitting that tke morsel was not very palatable. Manhattan for August. Ice Cream Mustaches. The astounding announcement that ice-cream will make tho mustache frow has created a furor for the frozen elight on the part of beardless young men. It has also increased, the busi ness of the average ice-cream dealer to an extent hitherto unknown or un dreamed of even in his wildest flights of imagination. There seems to be no doubt that the cruel and reckless report originated with some giddy girls whose fondness for cream over came her conscientious scruples. As long as she remains unknown she will reap the harvest to which she is en titled by virtue of her vivid imagina tion and praiseworthy ingenuity. But if the socret escapes her all her hopes of unlimited ice cream will be blasted forever. Though the strain on the purse of tho Impecunious youth is se vere, yet his desire for a capillary cli max to his handsome face counter balances the agony caused by a woeful lack of clinking coin. Tbe mustacho must conic, even if it breaks a bank. i N. Y.t homing Journal '"J, The Market Thursday Evraraa. Sept. 4, 1884. The weather is very hot again. For the past two days the mercury has coquetted with tbe 90 odd degrees, and humanity baa weltered and suffered. To day closed cloudy with prospect of rain. FLOUR There is no movement. Prices are low and week and stocks large. HAT There ia no demand for anything below gilt edge, and very little call for that. . Stocks are in excess of the demand CORN The doroand is very light. The mills take very little corn, owing to the dullness of meal. OATS Tbe market is fully supplied, and the demand is small. BRAN-Plenty and quiet. MEAL Very little demand. Tho meal season is over until about 1st of December, when a lively trsde is anticipated. BUTTER Strictly choice is very scarce and in active request. Common is not wanted. EGGS Tbe market Is steady and un changed. ' CHICKENS-Rccclpts are light and tho demand fair. Price same as last week. FRUIT The season is nearly over and quotations nominal. VEGETABLES The general feeling is better in potatoes, etc., with lower prices. Sales and Quotations. NOT. Th price ner given are fur sales from arivBiuai id rouaa iuis. ah HTuict te charged for brokon lotun utllniorder. FLOUR. 500 bbli various grade.. S 60Q5 CO M, a ih&s bo ...... S 50 4 SO oo mem Choice Kxtra fancy , rancy . hay. cart Timothy, mall hal 10 SO 8 er gilt edge 11 00 4 can strict prima I 00O10 00 CORN. 1 r whit In linlk M 6 S can mixed In bulk.. OATS. 2 can heavy Id balk Scare new Southern, Illlnoli ... 1 cart new In sacks S care choice..... SO m WO BAT. No. S Red, per bu No. S Medltereneao No. 3 do .. Mo. 4 do MEAL. S00 bble OUT on orden 9 S00 bble Cltr 77 793XX 70 67 69QS70 i 05 BRAN. City mills Country.... ...... ....I BUTTS' K. son pounds country SOU pounds choice Northern 900 pounds fancy creamer r.. 1!K$1B SO BOOH. oOO doien. ftoo doacn OOdoxen.., "if TUKKBY0. Large choice 10 50 9 00 email... OHICKBN8. Cholcejhens 9 Itteoope choice young 1 4 coops medium young 1 FRUIT. B0Q3 00 7VH.9 IX) !M1 75 Freestone Peaches, per box,. Apples per both Grapes per pound 50375 507S 4 VKOETABLB8. Potatoes, per (bushel.. TAKlttAMI HAP tin 25O80 New fancy yellow nansmond per bu Suoo ieeeeeMMtMS 114 10 TROPICAL FRUIT- Oranges, nominal ........ 007 00 Lemona .5 005 50 ONIONS. Choice per barrel 1 50Q1 75 Choice per bushel...... .. soots CABBAGE. Per 100 ...... S 00Q7 00 WOOL. Too-washed SSQSfl Fine unwashed .... isi&iO LARU. Tt Hs(M e a aoMSSewl tss t w 9 Hairdo u Backets 1! BACON. Plain hams ..)3S14 Fancy CanTassed Ham UHO lMt o. C. Bams 14 Clear sides 11 H Shoulders (J HALT MEATS. Bams.....,..., ., none Hides .none Shoulders none HALT. St. John y. IS Ohio RWer 1 05 SACKS. 9tf bushel burlapa t ft bushel 12X DRIED FRUIT. Peaehee,halvee and quarters eflBH Apples.brlght -i,fH HKANN. Choice navy 9 SOftA 00 Choice medium t I0i 76 CHIZSI. Choice, Factory m 8 Cream ...... ...... im ......... ....w. SJ BIS 8 WAX. TALLOW. FURS. Cooa , Mink . . . . .... ...... Red Foi Wild Cat- .. Beam per pound . Otter... ....M.M. ............. ........ Opossum. ..... 10 to 65 10 to 48 1 0O .. 10 to 50 .. 60 to 9 60 .. 75 to 6 no S to 15 ..1 00 to 9 00 sWirnMMusei t e HIUBB. VtilillMDHmiiisei(lMMii D17 Flint cholc iif pan. 1 1,. ............. Man. ...... ween Bait.... ........... Plum Green .mi...... Sheep felte.dry..... Sheen Pelte. rmn.., 10660 Hot Damaged Bides ... .. .TOBACCO. Common Lugs, ...... ft 760S or Good lugs.. .m.. 4 6UQ 5 0t owLaaL. 4 785 S OP tedlnm Leaf. awdrro Got Leaf. T 5f5 9 ' RATH 8 OF FRIIOHT. J ' Grata fowl. Men.pbt MX N' Orleans,. 19K Heiene, Ark.......... 15 Kllneeton, Miss 15 Ketch 17X All other way points below Memphis to RswOrleaai. ..) SO ' Hay Flour Pork Jewt. Wbbl. t)bt: 15 98 86 16 5 55 90 SO 46 90 SO , 45 SPECIAL NOTICES. Legal Blanks Kept Fur tilth, at Toe Bdllktin otllce. Warranty Deeds, Bpeclal Warranty Deeds, Chattel Mortals, Quit Claim Deeds, Heiil KnUto Mortgage, Sosponas, Executions, Hunimons, Venire, Uarniflliee lllnnks, &c. Southern KxpoNition, Louhivillfl, Ky., AiiffUstlCth to October 25 th. The Illinois Central It. It. tickets to Louieville and rcturu Mondays and Tues days of each week, at H10.15. i;ood to return on twenty diiyg from ditto of saie. iwo Usily truius leaving Citiro:13 a. m. and 8:45 p. m. A. II. Hanon, 6w (leu. PaHH. At. IT You Do! If you want to sell anything, If you want to buy anything, If you want to increase your business, If you wmit to liiro anyone, If you want a situation, If you have a liiiuso to rent, If you want to rent a house, Advertise IuThk Caiiio Hum.ktin. KtieKion'H Arnica salvo The Best Halve in tlio world for Cuts, Bruises, Horeg. Ulcers, Halt Uheiim, Fever Mores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles. It is ;uarftiitoed to yivo per iod satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents pur liox. For salu by Barclay urot ners. "Kotitfli on Pain." Cures colin. r.rnmiiH. diarrhea: exti'rnal- 1 ly for aclus, pains, sprains, headache, neur- aluiri, rheumatism. For nun or beaut. S3 and 00 conts. A Walking Skeleton. Mr. E. Springer, of Meuhiiiilcsburg, Pn., writes: "I was sfTocted with lunf lever and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a walkini; skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, which did mo so much 'oiid that I boui'ht a dollar bottle. After uhiii' three bottles, found myself Oiteo more a man, completely restored to health, with a henrty appetite, aud a gain i'i tlesli ot 4H lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and (jet a free trial bottle of this ceftain euro for all Lung Diseases. Larjjo Dottles f 1.00. (3) Thousands Say So. Mr. T. W. Atkins, dirard, Kan., writes. "I never hesitate to recommend your Elec tric Bitters to my customers, tnoy give en tire satisfaction and aro rapid sellers." Electric Bitters aro the purest and best medicine known, and will positively cure Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the blood and rcgulato tho bowels. No family can afford to be without them. They will save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottlo hy Barclay Bros. (u) Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is quickly relieving coBtiveness, headache, heartburn and all other bilious troubles; 25cts., large bottlo. At drugyiBts. (Oj Prompt relief io sick hoadacho, dizzinoss, nausea, constipation, pain in tho side, etc., guaranteed, fo those using Carters Little Liver Pills. Onopill a doso. 20c. The Hope of tho Nation. Children, slow in development, puny, scrawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health Rcnewer." New Flokknce, Mo., August 17th, 1883. Fifteen years past I havo kept constantly on band for use in my family Merrell s Fe male tonic, Merrell s Penetrating Oil and Cardial, and Merrell's Cough Balsam. I think these remedies havo srved mo many doctor bills snd I would not be without tbem. Tnos. J. Fowkm., Att'y for Wabash, St. L. & P. H. It. Co. Don't Give it up So. "Oh! if I had onlp known that in time.1 Known what? "Known that a simple cold in the head may develop into chronic ca tarrh." Well it iBn's too late, for Ely's Croam Balm will cure catarrh even after the sufferers lifo has becomo a burden to him, and ha a nuisance to his friends. It is the only radical and thoroughly icientific catarrh euro known. Not a suufT. Not a liquid. , Applied to tho nostrils with the finger. Price GO cents. "Bough on Pain" Plaster; Porous and strengthening, improved, tho bent for backache, pains in chest or side, rheumatism, neuralgia. 35 cents. Drug gists or mail. 5 Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas Along tho lice of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and Pacific Railway and International and Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot acres of the choicest farming and gra.inc lands in the world, ranging in price from $3.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a healthy country, with climato unsurpassed for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad dress to tbe undersigned for a copy of sta tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas, in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and see for yourself when you learn that tho crop for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of 1882. To those purchasing land owned by the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate ia allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight over the Companies lines. II. C. Towhsend, Gen'l Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. 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Finesses, Indulgences or Exposures. it Is self-evident that a physician faying particular attention to a class of cases attain great skill, and physicians lu regular practice) all over tile country knowing thli, freoienlly recommend noes to thnoldcnt otllce In A uteri ea, where every known annUaiics Is resorted to, and the provmlstooil ranincllnir cf alt ages aud countries aru used, A whole home Is used for otllce purposes, snd all are treated with kill In a respectful manner; and, know.ug what to do, no experiments are made, (in ac count of the great numlter applylnr, the charires are kept low, often lower than is le uisuued by others, It you set-urn the ski 1 I lid getaapeeuy and perfect life cure, that . ilin Importiint matter. Pamphlet, Stt psgon. S:nt to any address free. PLATES. IMARRIAGEGUIDEfps Elegant cloth snd gilt binding. Sealed for W cents In postugettr currency. Over lllty won derful pen pictures, true tollfe, articles on the following subjects i Who may marry 1 whon tti whyr Froner age to marry. W ho marry flr-t. Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. Will) should marry, iiow life sud happiness may oe lncreaoeil. Those married or coiiteuiplittilitf marrying should read It. Itought tube real by alfsdult permits, then kept under lock and key. Popular edition, samess above, but psi'.ttr cover snd too puges, fi cents ky mall, IP uouet or postage. WATER TANKS Delivered at CAIRO, HI., at the FOLLOWING PRICES: Ft. bottom. Ft. stave. Capacity gals. Frice. 0x8 1450 $24.00 0x9 1G30 28.00 7 x 8 2000 32.00 7 x 9 2250 36.00 7 x 10 2500 40.00 These tanks are made of CLBAK CTPRKSC. M Inrhos thick, securely hooped and art WATJCH TIGHT. They are Shi pped whole and are well brtvoed to prevent their being racked or broken In hand ling. Estimates fum .shod for TftAka) of any Size. A. HIGG8 Ac BROS, S47 Delord St., Now Orleans, La. rk on Manhood PaMIc Sale ol Unclaimed Goods. There will bt sold at nbile auction for storua and charge, to the highest and best h)d4er.a Wednesday, the 10th day of September, use, at the Wharf boat of I he Ualllday A Philips Wharf Boat Oi laving moored ta th public landing oa tbe Ohio Diver opposite tb foot of Sixth srreet, Cairo, Illinois, The sale to commence at 10 o'clock, and eontlnuo until all are sold or disposed of, anises previously called for. The following lot of goods, utensils, at.. which have been In store enduncalled for mors than twelve months last past, numbered and marked as follows via i Lot No. 1. no mark, I hoi a tovs pips, Ac. II. Jas W Msans, Ilrooklya, Ark, 1 boi glassware. S. YA W, 1 hrl stove pipe. 4. no mark. 1 scale beam. A. Kiucher Cairo, I hoi H H (oods.aad I bedstead, rail and slats. n. J. W. Phillips, 1 bog II U good. 7, no mark, 1 box lamps, Ac. 8. J. W. Haven noit, Memphis, 1 bill canvass and show. 0. no mark. 1 bog glass. 10. Kg Htr Vlrgla l.ee, 1 drag saw. 11. Agt. e), P. A U. show, Cairo, I boi show bills. It). Joe Armstrong, Greenville. 1 brl flour U. M.O.Adam, Cairo, 1 brl mineral water. 14. no mark. 1 bog plow point. 15. 1'oter Human, Texarkana, 1 box hardware IS. II., I lot llollowars. 17. 1.1.., Wllltamsvllle, o.,l box dry goods. 1H. no mark, 1 box frames. ID. A. (I. Roberts, Muntlcello, Ark., 1 brl lamp cMmneys. Htl. M K. Hup, Fort VTorth, Teias, brl glassware. HI. H.. Holly Bprlngs, Mis., 1 brl hot tics, . H. A O., Mllburn, Ky..l hals batting. li:l. no mark, sowing machine. !l. Jas. Hell, Ulllu, 111 ., 1 pr hamss. X tin mark, 4 bdlua. (i doa washboards. Xtl. Livingston A Co., Iron founders,' l'lttshnrg, 1 box apple parers. 117. It. A. Kldil. 1 box flask, lis. Dsn l'helsn, Vicksburg. 1 bdl (I sprluvs), a. ft. II. W 1 wash stand. ;). Alsrv Mam pie, Calvert City, 1 box II II goods. HI. Nmith Bros Cairo, 1 box H It goods. IU. Hlorroll A Hell, Osceola, Ark., 1 box II II good. 111. Win. Held, (loose Island, I box gun. SI. T.T.Travis, lllg pond, Ark.,1 hex. y W. H. Uasklll, Cairo, 1 box U U nodal an. Miss Kale Itrtlnta, Cairo, 1 box. V. Hollirhllds fti.'o., Oil.., O., 1 box. HH. no mark, V boxes paper palls. 8U u. I.. Atkeu, Kvauaville, lnd 1 box drugs, 40. no mark, 1 box II II goods. 41. M A. It.. Clinton, Ky., 1 box souft 4.'. M. P., 1 bureau. Hi. K. W. I). Thompson, Ldg, 1 box gin ger snips. 41. k. W. l., Thompson Ldg, 1 box candy. 4!). K.W. U., Thompson Ldg., 1 boi sardines, . -III. K. W. U., Thompson Ldg., 1 hot pettpor sauce. 47. IC. W. !.. Thompson Ldg., 1 box matches. 4H. K. W. I).. Thompson Ldg., 1 butt tohao n. 4ti It W. 1).. Thompson Ldg., J( brl sttgsr. to. K. W. I)., Thompson Ldg , 1-4 brl vinegar. r.l. It W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., M hrl molasses. It). K. W. I)., Thompson Ldg,, 1 box brandy peaches. 5:i. K. W. 1).. Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1 hoi glassware. 114. K.W.I)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1 box pickles. M. K. W. I)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1 box brandy cherries. M. R. W. 1)., Thompson Ldg., Mo., 1 caddy tea 67. H. J Hlmpson, Lku Charles, Mis., 6 boxes tobacco. ItH. no mark, 1 hoi II H good. Ru. do 1 box mdse, no. do do til. do do hi. do Vi hrl O. O. salts. lt:. A. 11., Now Msdrld, 1 ho mdse. nl. no maik, 1 trunk mile, tin. It. T. & Hon, llnelfoot, 1 box candy. Ul. 1. A IC, Kanklus Ldg,, Mlo., 1 but tobacco. (IT. Geo W. Craig, caro. tin Fowler, hale mflse. 08. Houseman, Armon A Co., Ht. Loul It) bdle cotton sacks, nil. no murk. I box b ulng paddles. 70. do 2 butts tobacco. 71. B. Buuny Hide, 1 hag coffee, do do '. brl sugar. 72. M.C. McNalrr, St. Charles, Ky., I box siind lev. 78. no mark, 1 hrl Ismp ehlmnlea. 74. A. Kahn, Mllleklu Mend, 1 box Jelly. 7.1. no mark, 1 box sundries. 711. B. Navaro, Little Itock, 1 brl glass ware. 77. no mark, 9 bucket bar stores. 78. do 1 box bsr store. 7. do do ho. do do HI. do do HJ. do do H.I. do do SI. do do K,. J. B. N., 1 box bar (tore Wi. do do H7 do do HH. dt do Wl. Butler Hair, Ilolly Retreat, Mis, box medlc.no. 00. J. II. Cavauers, Monterey, Ark, 1 box firs crackers. 01. no mark, 1 bdle wagon rods. m. do 1 hrl glassware. n:i. it. 8. Aiken, Kvansv'.lle, I box ague medlolno. lit. D O.JsynoJfc Bon, Phils., I box glass. 9.'i. McKeown & Pond,! boxes stove fix tu res. (Ml. Jno. Holdcn, lllandvllle, Ky. bos suail hoots. ( ti7. no mark, 10 black valises. IU. do 1 trunk. W.l. J. II. Bray, 1 trunk. 1 0. K..9 plows. 101. ltussel, litrd's Polnt.9 plows. W. A., Cairo, 1 box buggy bad, snd 1 bOx gearing. THK IIALLIDAY A PUILLIPH WUABF BOAT CO. Cairo. III., Aug. Bth. 1RH4. THE ABE LINCOLN Mutual Life & Accident SOCIETY, AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Organized December, 1883, Under tlit Law or mon. COPYRIQOT SECURED. Buccessor to Widow and Orphan Mntnal Aid So clety, organised July 4th, 1877, nndar the laws of 1672. JOHN H. I(OBINBOM...M.oM. President WM. BTKATi' 'N ... Yloe-PrUldent J. A. OOLK8TINB -. Treasuroi C. W. DU vNINU ....Medical AdvUer THOMAS LBWI8 Bcrtar) BOARD OF DIRECTORS ob 1st TEAR. Wm. Btratton, Btratton Bird, t roner, Calm, III. J. A. boldstioe, ofUoldstlne A Ro sen water, whole sale and retail dry good;0. W. Dunning. M. O.; Pres. Bd. Med Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis, commission merchant: J. H Roblntoa, county ludgo ane notary publlo; Wm. F. pitcher, com. broker and Insurance agent; R. H. Balrd, city street supervisor; M. Phillip, carpenter and bulla er; Thoma Lewi, attorney and eertarr I.V, Pierce, attorney-at-law, DuQuoln 111. E. O. Pace cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley, III. ) Albert Hayden, cashier of Qeorge Connelly A Co., Spring fleld. Ill B. at vjunn, attorney-aHaw, is Baa dol ph street, Chicago; Boa. Bobt. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law, Charleston, Mot.i D. Lelghton cashier First NaUonal Bank, BtaarL Iowa. The SegTolar Cairo ft Pfcdoob Dallj . Packet. GUS FOWLER H8KRY B. TAYLOR, Mtr. , USOBaa JOBXa, Clerk. leiye P.tducah for Cairo dally (Hundays pV d) at 8 a. m., and Xoand City at 1 p. . tf tag, ! Cairo at 4 p.m. t Xoaad City at I