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A SKAiifii Wakiust allows an officer to
uo through your lumso trom collar to gar
ret. ami Lindsov' Blood N'urcher is war
runted to eo through your system from top
m tni-M ami drive out all Mood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful ami certified to ly doc
torn, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Discuses, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or ou tho ISkin, IJoiln, l'linples,
Ac. wo warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound ami Powerful Tonic,
For sale by all Druggists. Sec that our
name is on tho bottom of tlio wrapper.
It. E. Sk.m.f.uh & Co., lYop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Ihrclny Bro s Agents.
S.vvk Yotn ciiu.ix.iKS. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any otnor country.
One teaspoonlul given to a cluiu oi .nr.
Eradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
liours niter taking the medicine. Hem. J.y
tle, Union township. Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years ohi. m.
Sarvcr, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggist-.
Price 2"i ets. It. E. Sellers it Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. The Titi Tii is mioiitv ami will prevail.
Thousands who hnve used ami been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ncs, headache arising therefrom, costive
hops, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from n diseased liver. For
sale by all druirgists. Price 2 cents. It.
E. Sellers &, CoM Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
J II. BRYANT, M. P.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Avenue
KESIDENC'E: Corner Nineteenth and Waeh-
"y II. MABEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anil Snrsjeon.
Office ISO Commorclul avetmc. Itc-ddence corner
Ponr'.vciith St. nml Wuahiucton aveuue, Cairo.
T It. SMITH, M. D.
Ollicp ftml Ri sldenof :
21 THIRTEENTH STUF.F.T. CAIltO. ILL.
J)TL E. -VY. WHITLOCK,
Ofnrc No. 1W Comnu-.'c'.iil Avenue, between
fcichth anil Mntu Mroi-:
W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NTIS T .
cmrS EIkUU Street, rear Commercial Avenue.
JJNEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MITl'AL AID SOCIETY.
IDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Comer of Seveuth ft. and Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE HOURS to 13 o'clock a.m., 1 to C and
to s p.m.
THOMAS LEWIS, Sem-.ary.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAI'EROF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois
SlOSAt Off!''!!. I
Cairo, 111., May 2-, IS76. (
Time. liar. Ther. Unm. Wind. Yel. Weather.
R:4fi a m W.in 7!i 74 S.E. 1! Clear
11:00" 30.11 88 nr, 7 lair
S.nop.m t.o.l'i ht r5 w. ii lair
3: HI " f.0.01 85 M '. ti Fair
.Maximum. TemperHtnru. sss j Minimum Tem
perature, 73'; ltnliifnll, 0.0) Inch.
W. II. KAY,
Iserj't Signal Corim, U. S. A.
Fon Sale A good business housetwo
story brick, on Washington avenue, corner
of Tenth street. A desirable situation for
a grocery store. Apply to
Lawyer Crandall, of Mound City, was
i:i Cairo, yesterday.
Among the freight in the Illinois' Cen
tral yard, yesterday, were four car loads of
The post-oflice will be open on
Decoration day, from 8 to 9 o'clock a. in.
the same as on Sundays.
It is said that several fields of wheat
in this county will be ready for the har
vesters by Monday next.
Green peas jrtail at 40 cents a peck
and wax beans at 00 cents a price that
gives a very decided metalic flavor.
Henry Runner was seen in Cairo yes
terday. Ilencs tho report that he was the.
victim of Arkansas violence, was mani
D. T. Unegar left for a short circuit
among tho sovereigns, yesterday. Messrs.
MuUtey and Lansden were also absent from
the city yesterday.
A number of tramps make the Illinois
Central round house their headquarters.
While quartering there they are under
Oflkur Frank Schuckcrs has been con
stituted tho x-rgeant of the night police.
mth a little experience Frank will make
an efficient and useful officer.
Tho measels are raging savagMy in
some of the country communities of this
county, "ur 1 holies correspondent speaks
of five cases In one family, near Unity.
Dozens and seoros of young men and
, boys, wli'to and black, might have lx-en
seen at all hours of the day, yesterday,
scattered along tho river bank above the
utone depot, engaged in tho thrilling pas
time to be found In fishing a half day for
one nibble. A few cattish and skip-jack
were caught, but the entire catch of tho
day wouldn't have furnished a hungry man
Col. Tat Mockler was hnndling tho
ribbons of the American Express company's
delivery team yesterday, and did it, as lie
does everything else lie undertakes, adroitly
Mr. T. E. Clarke, train master of the
C. and V., was in attendance on the rail
road passenger conductor convention, recent-
lv held in NewYoik. Ho returned homo
Mr. John Derosher and Mrs. Rob Gun-
scher were married by the German Catho
lic priest, on Sunday last. .Mr. Derosher
is, we believe, one of our most successful
Take a look at McCammon's meat
shop (Gayer's old stand) corner of Tenth
street and Washington. One look will sat
isfy you that there is the place to get your
supply of meat during the summer.
The wire "screen room in McCammon's
meat shop, corner of Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue (Gayer's old stand) is 1 ad
for the flies but good for the meat. No fly
specked or fly blowcd meat in that shop.
Wc are not at all surprised that the
blalder-head of the Sun looks upon McCart
ney as a gentleman of fine learning and
careful intellectual culture. To the man
who is destitute, ten dollars seems a fortune.
Henry Sims was confined in the county
jail yesterday, under the charge of arson,
preferred by Noah Horn's. Kuykendall
would not have jailed Sims for the crime i
of arson, but would have "compelled him
to marry the girl !"
Notice has been given that from and
after June 10th, all untagged dog's found
running at large in the city of Cairo, will
be shot down,l,without tho benefit of the
clergy.'' This edict will remain in force
until January 1st. 1S30
The friends down this way would be
glad to meet Judge Crawford. The Judge
is doubtless putting in his work where it
will do the most good; but still our folks
who have not seen him during the canvass
feel somewhat neglected.
The Vincent trame work is up, and
the corner ot Eighth and Commercial, so
long vacant, will be-occupied by a respec
table business structure. We have heard
it said that the rooms were engaged before
anv of the material reached the trmunu.
Phil Field is doing yeoman work for
the Democracy, in Pope county. A half
dozen Phil Fields would give that Repub
lican stronghold to the Democracy in less
than a twelve months. He will final !j
work out that result himself, but it will
take a little more time.
The best arranged meat shop in town
is Gayer's old stand, corner of Tenth street
and Washington avenue, as it has been fit
ted up by tho new owner, Mr. McCammon.
Not a fly ever gets so much as a smell at
tho tine steuks, rousts, ete. His wire screen
is a big card and draws a big trade to his
Frank Anderson's term of imprison
ment in the county jail expired yesterday;
but he declined to leave. He Ijkes it, and
if forced to leave, will do something that
will compel the authorities to send him
back again. All of the prisoners speak in
terms of the warmest praise of their treat
ment, the character of their food, etc.
It may be that the Great Western
bridge companyscriously contemplates ;m
early resumption of work on Cache bridge
We say may bf., for the company has made
so many promises ami Jai lures, that its
present promise is accepted with ninny
grains ot allowance. Information received
by alderman Wright is to the effect that a
force of hands will be on ground early next
We have not been fully advised eon
cerning the decoration progi amine that is
to govern at Mound City to-morrow. Ar
rangements have been perfected very qui
etlyno feast of either music, reason or
soul has been promised; yet we shall not be
at all surprised if the crowd proves to be
the largest that ever assembled on a like
occasion in Mound City. Everybody ex
presses a purpose to go.
The traffic of the Ills. Cent, depart
ment makes the following statement of
earnings for the month of April, 187'.i;
In Illlnoi' $ .I'M. : ,
In Iowa lll.iCI
Total $ :".',ir. ,vir.
Decrease, f M,71 1, or .".!) per cent. Dur
ing April, 1879, the land sales were 79..')7
acres for $4,879.44. and the cash collected
on land contracts was $7, 101. 111!.
A later report concerning the alleged
steamboat race is to the effect that the
Champion passed the Johnson twice, under
way. We are strictly conscious of the "tiek
lishness" of the subject with which wc mo
dealing, and, therefore, avouch nothing. It is
somewhat like determining which tire com
pany threw the first water please whom
you may you are bound to displease some-
jody. Our river editor deals with the mat
ter more fully.
A number of our cititizens feel dis
posed to complain, now, of a nuisance that
has existed Trotn u time to which the mem
ory of man runneth not to the contrary.
we reier to tin? sundry and varied ohstruc
tionsthat havealwnys existed on the south
cast side of Commercial aviiue. between
Eighth and Tenth streets. The sidewalk
nnd the street side has always been clut
tered up, nml now there are those who feel
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
disposed to insist that there must be a
cleaning up ami clearing uay. ui coursu
tlio matter is of no moment to us. A o
merelv rcler to the matter as an item of lo
cal news, and beg to assure everybody that
we don't care a continental whether the
clearing-up fellows obtain tho mastery, or
theclu:terers-up become cocks of the side
walk. It's all one to tlio Jin.i.ETix.
We very distinctly wroto it Jamo Ken
nedy, but the printer would have it that it
was James Kynaston who is bidding for
sidewalk work. Tho last named gentleman
having all he can attend to in supplying his
customers choice fresh meats, doesn't wish
to be considered in tho ring of bidders for
-('apt. J. II. Fowler, the superintend
ent of the Cairo and Paducah Fisk packet
line, gives public notice that the steamer
Johnson will hereafter carry passengers
from Cairo to Paducah, or vice versa, fur
fifty cents, including meals. In other words,
f you will pay the ordinary price for your
supper the boat will carry you and your
baggage fifty miles for nothing.
We received, yesterday, most encourag
ing word lrom franklin county. The
Democrats are interested, and will vote the
full ticket. The Greenbackers hold the
Marion pow-wowin contempt as a Repub
lican trick to draw Democratic Greenback
ers from the support of two of the Demo
cratic candidates. It will not win. Green
hackers of Democratic antecedents will
vote for Drowning, Lansden and Crawford.
It is said the Champion and Johnson
did a little racing coming down yesterday.
Tho conclusion may have been drawn,
however, from the facts that the boats ar
rived here within 000 yards of each
other, the Champion that much ahead.
Such careful and considerate men as com
mand the two boats will scarcely be guilty
of the indiscretion of racing, unless they
"strip for the conflict" and go at it under
standingly. D. L. Davis, of the Cairo Sun, resort
ing to the cowardice of a nom de plume,
says the editor of Tiik Buu.ktin "insti
tutes a comparison between a curcr of
warts and bunions and Jesus Christ."' We
feel absolutely sure that D. L. Davis, of the
Cairo Sun, knew he was lying when he
penned that paragraph; but feeling a little
mean resentment he felt constrained to give
it vent, even at the expense of his little con
science. It is a pitiable piece ot business;
but admirably attuned to the instincts of
its auth jr.
We had a call yest.-riiy from Mr.
Trousdale, of tho M"tropoli-Democrat. I It
brings a good account from the Di moiney
of M:iss:ic, and expresses the belief that the
result Tuesday nijit, will show a square
party fight. The Grecnbuek'-rs will vote
without reference to the presumptions Ma
rion convention, but in accordance with
their previous party predilections. As a
majority ol them are Democrat-, the Demo
cratic vote will Ik; increased correspond
ingly. Mr. Trousdale will riot concede the'
Republican ticket over two hundred maj'-r-
ity in M isar county.
Mr. James D.ivis and Mrs. John Il-ioper
were joined in the bond.,- of wedlock on
last Thursday, in the village of Anna; and
thereby hamrs a tale. Li-t summer Mr.
Davis and wife, and Mr. Hooper and wife,
lived in this city, near nci:rhlors. Mr.
Davis sickened and died of yellow fever.
Mr. Hooper, 'sharing in the prevailing
alarm betook him-elt ami wife, for greater
safety, to Anna. There Mr. Hooper sick-en-d
and died. Now the remaining balvt
of the afflicted families w ho had lived to
gether as neighbors, come aether to live
us husb.'.nd and w:fe.
As stated yc'toHav, Mr-. Jacks
having been fined for whipping Mrs. Bay
ard" child, left Judge liird'r oillce, prom
ising to give Mrs. IJ. law for law. Moved
by this purpo.i- she visited the office of
Squire Comings, obtained a warrant against
Mr-. I., and in obedience 1 1 the command
Mrs. 15. appeared in court, yesV-r lay, to
plead to a charge of offensive and abusive
language. Mr-. Jack- alleged that she
had been called a "stink iMtch hell-fire
cat," which allegation, if really made, was
a mortal affront, chiefly becau-; of its awk
ward originality. Mrs. 15. wa fined by the
Squire $" and costs, the la'ter amounting
The Chicago Tribune has the honesty
t ) say that the present General Assembly
(which means the majority that controls it)
is a disgrace to Illinois, and should be dis
banded by peaceable means, if possible,
but disbanded anyhow. Because of this
honest expression of sentiment which is
that of a majority of the honest people, of
Illinois, the Springfield Journal holds that
the. Tribune entertains a purpose to -tab
the Republican party. And so it Inm (,,,
to that, has it, that the expression (,f
the honest belief th.it, a lazy, trilling, e.
peii.-ive, do-nothing Legislative body,
should be hurried to an adjournment, is
stabbing the Republican party! Let the
Tribune "proceed'' play Bru-tim ami tin.
envious Casca to the Legislative Ceasar, and
tin; right thinking masses will applaud
Paducah is striving hard to obtain a
bad eminence. . Monday's issue of
News gives the thrilling details o num(.r.
ous horrors. It tells how a white man who
was insulted by a negro, obtained a Derrin
ger and chased the negro through the
streets; how about sundown the evinimr
previous a negro llcnd attempted to ravish
the persons of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. dab.
tree who live in the vicinity. The women
THURSDAY MOKMMh. MAY 20, IS70.
were roughly handled, but their cries scared
tho villain off. It further telU how ftwhi(0
mui, who had been living with a negro wo
man was beset by a negro mob, mili how
he shot and killed ono of tho ncgroos-tbo
others escaping unharmed; and finally how
r l.i.!ol, .f ri!....i...n.... i""t
,, u, r.ii.uui-uuown, wag nssaulted
on the streets at midnight, by two ne.,
ruffians, who beat him nearly to deuthl
otritmml III,,, nf a 1 1 I,!.. ,..,.! . . '
""-it1 ' ii mi cioining, ami f 12,
in cash, and then made good their escape.
These and minor horrors constitute the lo."
cal mess for Monday's paper, and wo have
no assurance that tho whole story was told.
That the matter may be preserved, we
present below tho names of the gentlemen
who were selected by the Mt. Vernon con
vention to compose a general committee for
the First Judicial district:
11 P llliikn.
It M HaniHv,
1 M Kltmnll,
1. K J'later,
A M tin-en,
V A Troilmlale,
A .1 Foreman,
K II Walking
lax .M liri-L'u',
K A Wlllard,
H 1. IbiL-ard.
It II Flaunnijaii,
.1 II M ivhem.
W A rii:inn,
lh li Allen.
l I) W HoUlen,
M 1) M'C lmtoii,
It J Bl'llKOIi,
Mt . I'arnul
Frank llu ,
A gentleman who says he has scarcely
ever been at fault in his augurs of election
results, makes the prediction we give be
low concerning the result of the present
contest. lie says that his recorded proph
esy concerning the last congressional elec
tion was verified, he missing the exact ma
jority only .10 votes; that he prophesied of
Hodges' election, and missed the result
23 votes. But here are bis speculations
concerning the result of the pending ju
dicial contest :
Coiitte. rh-m. sty. ;;,t.
llnrdiii l vi
-lohn-on t O
Saline Stand olT
l)etinxr;i!!c majority -jjo.
The police judges should be prohibit
ed by ordinance from taxing attorney's fees
except in cases where the attorney actually
eaters an appearance. As matters are now
managed the attorney may ab-ent himself
from the city or the court rot m for a month
at a lime, ami ins jo will oe cnarea up
in each case the same as if he had devoted
a day's hard work in earning it. Such
a rule is simply a premium on neglect and
la.ines.s. In times pa-t it has often oc
curred that the attorney, although in the
city, did not show himself in the police
court for a whole we.-k at a stretch, yet .his
fees were taxed in every case disposed of.
It i probably true that not more than ten
percent of the cost charged are ever collec
ted ; but that fact doesn't alter the cas- a
particle. The attorney should le paid
his cot onlv when he earns it. Bv such
a course-industry will win its rcwar
laziness its deserved rebuke.
Hytiimw Like When the blood, free
from inpurities makes rythmic melody in
man's life, he cannot sutler from trouble
with the kidneys or liver, and piles will riot
trouble him. Kidney Wort is an unfailing
cure for these evils. It al.-o aids digestion.
CAIRO At VINCKNXKS RAILKOAD.
WXOKATMX PAY KXCntSION TK.UNs in:
TWKKX ( AIUO AM) MofXI) CITY KKIDA Y,
uv, :jo, 18T!.
Trains leave Fourth street depot at 9:00
a. m. 10:10 a. m.. a. in., 1 p. m.,
1 A'i p. m., 2:23 p. in., U:05 p. m.,
'!::J3 p. in., and .". rn., stopping
fir passengers at Tenth, Four
teeth and Twentieth streets. Returning
will ieav: Mound City at 0:10 a. m.. 10:30
a. rn., 1 :43 p. m., 2:23 p. in., :i .03 p. m.,
1:20 p. in., 3::i0 p. in., and 0:3!) p. m.
Hound trip tickets, 40 cents. Children un
der seven years free.
Tickets for sale at depot, Parker's book
store and I'liouiix druir store.
F. A. Mn.i.i;it,
General l'assenger Agent.
DIXON" SI'IM XI ;S, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who would respectfully announce that
they liave been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, large md
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
bedim:, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundance of
'ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the conif.irt of
guests is'guranteed all for the small sum
of $3 pur week. Special rates to families.
.1. It. Dnowx tfc Co., Proprietors.
May 23th, 1879.
Loiuu.Aitn's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ickte Nuggets and Dime
jjuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeycr's at fac
XKx Cknts WouTii.If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
Imir cut for 23 cents, or anything dso b,
the tonsorlal line, remember the place to
go to i H'''"')' Schick's, No. 1-12 Omuiicr-t-,il
Try The Di
F I. VK OKNT CIGrA.Il 1
The most pleasing smoke for the money ever offered to (lie
DO X0T FAIL TO GIVE IT A TltlAL.
Lovers of the weed who appreciate a line aromatic smoke
w ill lo well to try
Strictly hand-made of the choicest selection of Havana Tobacco and superior in q,,,.
fty to two-thirdi of the Cigars imported to this country. V
A. SLXCST.13 TULA I. WILL SATISFY
1 lie most lastwious taste of the merits of this Cig ar.
SOLDliV ALL FIKST.CLASS RETAIL DKALKKS.
The above brands are especially adopted to tine trade, ami no dealer should be
SOLK AGMNT KOK CAJ HO,
Call ami examine ami he convinced. I. M EVEUS
Martin Brown A Sons are pushing their
mill work right ahead, and we predict t. r
this gentlemanly firm a successful future.
Dr. tiibbs has wheat that will do to cut
about the .'list.
C. A. Marchndo.'i has a mode! store.
We witnessed several Cuuph s returnin.'
from the Drownville church, on fo--t, Sun
day, who went in their spring wa-ns. The
young gentlemen were very gallant, indeed
so much so that they were carrying chairs
for their partners. The adage "come easy
go easy" i, mn applicable in this case "go
easy come hard," would be more appropri
ate Scott McKaven. of the tirr.i cf M-.K iven
Hro.-., also P.uil. Mclliven. spent several
days with us, and were invoicing the stock
of g .ods ofGibbs A Co.. which they have
moved to Clear Creek.
Dr. Uarkh-us-.a U-.t a h'T-e by colic
1 i-t week.
Commissioner Urow.u has b -cn v.tv s tk.
is now c-rv.i.eei.i'.
Plenty of tnouseUon Suth Itidgi
cases at Wm. Holdui's and five
Dr. (iibbs is spoken of as candidate for
county c-::tmis;oaer. Y-ur? tru'.y,
wu:i: sntF.Kvs. fuuxiti'iik. etc.
Furniture manufactured and ail kinds of
repairing done, at my sle p on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh aril Twelfth
-treets; also a'.! kin-Is of cabinet unking to
order. Mattres-.. s manufactured to order
and kept on sale. pairing and uphol
stering don,- on ieTt notice. I liave a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for screens. to be made up in the latent
and b . -t style. Prices very low.
ICK, Ii M WlloI.KSAI.i: AND IlK.TAII. ill
large- or small (juantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeai:'-, u Eighth street, or ad lre.ss
me through the po.t-etoce. '
F. M. Wakp.
(iii'M Eiin s, Nkw and Fitiu. I have a
full line of fresh family groceries of every
variety, just received, and for sale at close
figure. All kinds of vegetables fresh from
the gardens. A large stock of canned
goods, fruits, etc., at Trigg's old stand,
Washington avenue. J. E. Srtu.F.u.
John J. Stli.zku has removed his stock
to Eighth street in the store lately va
cated by H. Houpt. He has a large stuck
of jewelry of all kin-Is, watches, clocks.etc.
His silvcrplated ware is unsurpassed and he
sells, dow n, down, way below anything ever
yet offi red in this market. His watches
and clocks are also down to the smallest
margin. He is a first-class jeweler and
works surprisingly cheap, repairing time
pieces and jewelry, and always guarantees
bis work. Try him.
NoTtCK, To ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCKKN !
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the B.o'.etin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
niy-flf, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. 15 ft! SETT.
AnntiTKiTs and school boys having
maps and plans to draw find' Leamon's
Dyes the most convenient form of colors.
They are put up by Well's, Kichurdson &
Co., Burlington, Vt. The Dj ts are the
best to be had for general use. Druggists
Qt'Ettv. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
' Sea! of North Caroliua" at the same fleet
Mr. Paul M. Freidrich, known to our
people as a successful educator, will open a
(b-rinan-Kiiglish School, in Turner's Hall,
o;i the first Monday in June.
All branches will Im.- taught that are re
garded es-cntial to a thorough practical ed
ucation. An evening school, at Mr. F's residence
on Ninth street, will be opened on the
evening of the same day. Private h-orn
in German or any other study given, on lUi
For particular nppiy to Mr. Freidrich,..,'
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice -wholesale
or retailall through the sea-m. OfhY.-,
Kigl.th street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, m t diort Bristol's
'-o-ccry store. J.uon Ki.k.k.
Pi:i'.VK(Ti:n Butter Clor, ma de by WYiN,
Iixhar-Kori Jk- Co., Burlington. Yt., is pre
ferred by such authorities in doing work,
as Jones iV. Faulkner, uininrs of the $'.(o
pr:f. an I It. S. Hotisti-n. KYnosha, Wis ,
winnir of the fjii first prize at the great
Dairy Fair. They ue it regularly.
A C.u;:. To all wiio are sulferiiig fn-m
the errors and in-li-crrtiors of youth, r.-r-votis
weakness, early decay, loss of ma::
hood, I will send a recipe that will cure
you. ri;i:i: it hmkok. This great remedy
w"' -licovcrcd by (l mission.-,-ia s-uit!.
America. Send a selr y,l.tru.-..j,.nv,.r. f,,
the Hev.JusKni T. Inmax, Station D New
Envkuii-u it::.'.. at the Bt i.i.i:7rv office,
1.(M per.M. E:;v.-!.-p, furnished at Sr!
l.ou;s v;e .esa!e I.t pnceslor the
11 pound Old Harry Letter Heads.
3 'a " Note Il'-els."
3 " Linen Litter Heads.
2.; ' Linen Note Hen, is.
The iikst (jUa'i'y of paper at price. 0t
the cheapest gra ic.
3j pound stat'-nients all colors.
M jiound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads-all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
w hob sal.; prices. Printing $1.00 extra.
Ruling and Bin-ling, all kinds at The
A -trli- litr Iiiil'v. ninu'iL' at, w Ulnmt top. Ae; !y
at t!ie Jln'.letin coutitluc roui!i.
Boom ami Board, $:J.0o and 4.00 per Day
Bata-rooms nnd I'ur'.ors extra.
All Modern Improvomonts
LOCATION CENT HAL.
GILMOl'R A SOXS, Proprietors.
Xew, l-':ist nml KNir.-int l'aiwenxpi'
JAMES W. UAFF32li
10 W. TIIUMl'SOX.
Will null lioatid Trip Tlrkels from Cairo. Motmp.
oils, I'liduculi nnd Smlllilniid. I fliiclnmiu hihI re
turn, u'ood diirlnt! tho inonlliK of Mnv niifl .liine,
(iiuludlnir slnteroom in port) lor I en Hollars!
t lndiiiiim ollerx moro iitlnu-tlonii tovlfllor Hume
two months tlinu diirlim nil others or I ho j,nr
ADdwlHhin to rnvor i-xoiirlonli.ts, I mnke thl
lllii-riil redm-llon to nny wlshlnit to inuku thu round
trip. Thu North Amt-rlciiu Su-U,'erfest romniiiire
.tunc llth: lister Wnllnck. tho (Ireiit Tm-dmn :
Mudiim Andorsoii, the l himiplon Walki-r; nnd
rnul Boyton, tho world renowned .Swlmnii-r, will
Jml'eAiilronM In tho Zooloplml (inrdon will lu
ll! their iiimniBr mirtt-rn. Shllllm n f-rent Dry
(ond Jiilnco (11o omtmir or Ann-rlcim Funhlnns)
-will Imvo Bprlntr nnd niininnr oticn'upi until
June lMh. And with tho "1 lll-ton t(0ri." free
to nil, he ,,''llrl 01 Anierlrn" will )0 i,wii wla-n
THK "OAKP" CAIIltlES A KI LL HTKINH HAND
A irood time Is promised. Invito yoiir friends.
ntul Jl" " la a trip,
l eiivel'nlro, p. ni Krldnv Mny Wh. Monday
MnyJd. Krlday, Jimu l.l. .Monduv..lnuo 3d. Kpf.
day, July IS- Votir. lte.perl'rullv,
run a i