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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
1TIIIT HOUNIM8 (MOWTUYI IXCBmtD).
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WIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSON'S.
of Clay County.
For Secrctaayof Stato,
JOHN II. OBERLY,
of Alexander County.
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
of St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, 1Mb district, .
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
of Jackson county.
I). T. LISEGAR,
of Alexander county.
of Union county.
Tii rleht of Trial bv Jury, the Habeas Corpus
.v. l.thfrt of the Tress, tho Freedom of Speech,
the national Rights of Persons and the Ulghts of
l'rperty must bo preserved.-.extra irum v.u...
Bancock't lettor upon taking charge of the Louis
ifrmivicv T herelw announce my-
Vj se'lf at a candidate at lho ensuing November
-T:...im ... iimnillrH of Couutv Attorney ior inu
eonnty of Alexander. Illinois. ANUL'S LKb.lt.
nlKCl'IT CLEKK.-Wo are authorized to an
Vj "...V h. ai iv 11 ihvin will be acandl
Ut ml the ensulne November election for the
fflct of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
tynn un KHI FF Wo aro authorized to annonnco
that Mr. JOHN 1IODUKS will be a candidate
for re-election to the ottlce of Sheriff, of Alexandre
coonty. at the next November election, subject
only to the vote of the people at the polls,
UOHCOHONEK Wcaro aiilhorixed to announce
A. that Klcharu r ll.neraiu is a canuiuuie ior re
election the uluce of Alexander county,
GenihalW. T. SlIKnXAN.
"Write down tho very best things you can think
or say of (ten. Jlatirock as anolllcer and a gen.le-
mau and 1 win sign it.
GlNtllAL V. 8. lillANT.
"I hsvnuothinir t sav airainst Oci) . Hancock.
Iiava known him for forty years. His personal, of.
ficial and nilliturv record it good."
JAmes A. Oauiikld,
"Tht man who attempts to get up a political ex
eitemoot in this country on the old sectional Issur
wil And himself without a rrty and without sup
Hon. Koukht Unix.
"Oentlemen: Tho prinrlplci of the Democratic
party are at far above the principles uf the itcpnb
fkau party as ttm hattleinentt of high heaven are
bOTtilie luudsillinf bell."
CoLoxxt John Hat.
'The Rejiublleau bauds In this campairu tba' at
tempt to defile the private character of Uen Hun
rock would only defll tlieniselvea. lie was a sol
dler, patriot and a msn of nnsu'ihed character, and
1 nwiM,. imw-..iiiiii,i ..... MM.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 53, t90.
Hon. Caul Heliums.
"Hhall certainly not attempt to deprcdicato tlio
character of Ucn. Hancock, and tho groat servient,
which ha has rendered to the country. He Is a
gentleman of Irreproachable chnractor, which I shall
bo sorry to see auv effort made to discredit. As a
soldier, ha hat shown signal bravery and skill In
liaudliug troops under difficult circumstances, and
his name it Identiuod with somo of the most splen
did achievement of the war, Fur all this every
good citizen will honor him."
Gks, Winfiei.b Scott Hancock,
"A full vote; a free ballot; and a fair count."
"Public olllco is a trust, nut a bounty bestowed
npon the holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever be entrusted with It."
"Il'calludto the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to resist with all my power unv attempt to Im
pair or evade tha full force and elici t ot tlio con
stitution, which in every article, section and amend,
mcnt, is the supremo law of the land.'
"Tho right oftnal by iurv, tho habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
natural rights of jiorsons,and the rights ol property
must be preserved."
HON. B. W, TOWNSEND WILL SI'EAK AT
Oolcnnda, Friday October 5.
New linruslde, Wednesday October K.
Stnue Kort, Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wednesday October 13.
HON. SAMUEL S MARSHALL W.LL 8 TEAK AT
Golcondu, Saturday October 0,
Metropolis, Monday Octuhcrll. I
Cairo. Wednesday October 13.
Muryb'-sboro, Thursday October II.
Marlon, Saturday October 10.
UEN. WILLIAM B. ANDEUSON WILLPEAK AT
Golconda, Saturday October 0.
Metropolis, Aondar October 11.
Vienna, Friday October li.
Cairo, Wednesday October 11.
.Murphysboro, Thursday Octolier M.
.Marion, Saturday October 10.
HON. F. M. YOl'NUHLOOD WILL MKAK AT
Vienna. Tuesday October 12.
Cairo, Wednesday October IS,
Anna, Thursday October 14.
Duuoiu, Friday October 15.
Plukneyville, Saturday October Id.
HON, JOHN II. OBBIILYWILL SrEAK AT
Shawnectown, Saturday October 10,
(iolconda. Monday October IS.
Metropolis, Tuesday October 1!).
Jonesliaro, Thursday October "1.
Sparta, Friday October'.-.!.
Marlon, Thursday October 28.
Murphysboro, Friday October JO.
Duliuoln, Saturday October 30.
Cairo. Monday November 1.
liy order of Congressional Committee,
R. Fheoanza, Wm. II. Green,
DEMOCRATIC PRECINCT MEETINGS.
Hon 8 P Wheeler will speak at Cobden, Satur
day, September 25, at 7 p m,
lion W W Barr will apeak at Alto, Friday, Octo
ber 1, at 7 p m ; Anna, Saturday, Oct t, at 7 p m,
Hon F E Albright will peak at Hell's Mill. Mon
day, Oct 4, at 7 pm; Preston's (School House,
Tuesday, Oct 6, at 7 p m; Williard'g Landing.
Wednesday, Oct B, at 7 p m; Reynold's School
House, Thursday, Oct 7, at 7 p m; Oongola, Satur
day, Oct 9, at Ham.
Hon Jesse Waro will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day. Sept 30, at 7 p in; Gregory School House,
Friday, Octl, at7p in; Karraker School House,
Saturday, Oct li, at 7 p m; Melaeuheimer School
Monday, Oct 4, at 7 p in.
Hon D T Linegar will speak at Mt ricasant
Hon Gcorce W Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Frldav. Oct 1, at 7 o m: Moscow. Saturday, Oct tf.
at 7 p m ; Melsenhcimcr School House, Monday,
uct 4, at 7 p m,
Basket picnic at Mt ricasant; Barbecue at Don-
Hon VV VV Burr will speak at Marion, Saturday,
be pi !..
Hon Wm Harlzcll will speak at lilalrsvlllo, Sat
urday. Oct 2. at 1 p m; Cartersvlllo, Saturday, Oct
2. at 7 u m : Jenersonville. Jlondav. Oct -I, at 1 l in :
Marlon. Monday. Oct 4. at 7 D 111: I'lllley's Mill.
Tuesday, Oct 5, tit 1 p m; Kiminul'a School House,
Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7 p m; Stonu Fort, Thursday,
Oct 7 , at 1 p m,
Hon It W TowuBhcnd will speak at Stone Fort
iso on tnc Tin.
jlou w m u aiich wm sncaK ax i.aKc i tcck. cti-
nesday. Oct 6, at 1pm; Hoswell't Spring tGrassy
'recinco luursuay, oci t, a; 1 p m.
Hon F K Albright will speak at Knskaskla,
Saturday, Sept 'J.'), at 1 p in; l'r.ilrle lu-
Kni-hi.r. sallln uv. !Si-tiT. lir.. nl. 7 n ni ! e.vullHVll e.
Momlny, Sept 'it, at 1 p in; ltuma, Monday, Sept
ST, at 7 p in: iiaiiiwin, rues:iay, oeni :u i p in;
Slillob. Wednesday, Seul l, at i p m; Chester,
Thursday, bepfiO, 1 p m,
Hon W J Allen will sneak at Shlloh, Wednes
day, Sept '."J. at 1 p in ; Cheater, Thursday, Sept 30,
all p ni.
Hon Wm Hartzell will will be present, at all the
above meetings except KankasUia ana I nesler.
l!v order of Congressional Committee.
W 11 CiKhKN, Chairman.
R. Fkioan.a, Secretary.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
A OKAND CONVENTION OF DIVINES TO MEET
IN OCT011EK ANOTIIEIt PLACE OFFERED
TO GENERAL GRANT THE UNDERGROUND
RAILROAD TO BE SI'EEDILX PUSHED TO
COMPLETION LOCAL POLITICAL STRIFE-
IMPROVED MANNERS OF STOCK SPECULA
TORS RESULTS OF THE MAINE ELEC
From our regular correspondent.
New York, Sept. 17tii 1880.
While politics are at their height in this
city, wo shall have a L'athcriui' of
another character, but possibly not much
less stormy, In this city. In October tho
triennial convention of tho Protestant Epis
copal church will meet in tho church of the
Holy Trinity, and a sharp contention is ex
pectcd between tho high and low church
wings of tho denomination. For tho first
time in three-quarters of a century Trinity
parish will not entertain tho visiting pre
lates and clergy, and the burden of hospital
ity will fall upon tho low church wing. I
remember when a boy that this convention
was a great event, and the house of bishops
was considered a powerful institution. It
consisted thirty years ago of about thirty
member, and all of them were men of mark.
Bishops Dranc, McSlouc, Whittingham,
Delancy, Hopkins, Wainwright, Jlendo,
Kemper and Otey wero all men of strong in
tellect and lino executive abilities. Nowa
days they seem to choose by chance, and
tho sixty bishops liavo got less influence
than the old twenty, as an ecclesiastical
and intellectual power. As preachers, there
is not one who has tho magnate ability of
Drane or McSlouc. The house of bishops
is highly conservative, and sits with closed
doors, to nobody ever hears tho mumiunngs
from within. But the house of clerical and
lay delegates is a highly soasoncd body
which will make ltseli liant in October on
tho subject of ritualism mid high church
doctrine. In tlio languagoof tho ungodly,
a religious circus is prominent at its ses
sions. Bcforo this reaches tho eyes of your read
ers it is probablo tliat Gen. Grant will be
tlio new president of the Western Union
Telegraph Cnmpany. Should such be the
case, it is possible that a postal telegraph
similar to that now successfully used in
England will be added to our comforts
Broadway is to be tunneled. It .Mr.
Stewart's body h anywhere in the vincinity
(and Judgo Hilton dues not know where it
is,) I should expect to sec its ghost rise in
rebellion. lie opproved the scheme for
years and successfully. Ho has been dead
but four years and already tho work of tun
neling Broadway is a fixed fact. Tho busy
life of the city needs it, I'or no ono can ser
iously regard the elavated road as any more
than a temporary makeshift.
"Who is to be our ne::t mayor?" is a
question which seemes to have almost as
much interest for New Yorkers as tho Pres
idency. The local faction lighf. hinges on
this question. Mr. Kelly is determined to
be tho next Comptroller, moro for the sake
of carrying his point than for holding the
office itself, and it is not everybody whom
he can trust to make the appointment.
Certainly he would not trust Mayor Cooper,
who is very desirious to have a nomination,
but who will never get it. I hear Isaac
Bill's name spoken of in the connection;
also Andrew Green and Augustus Schell.
The Hon. Samuel A. Lewis proprietor,
of the Ilebrew Leader is a prom
inent candidate, and it is said he would
carry the entire Israelite vote of the city
with him, which is very important factor
in the court. John Fox, who has just re
turned from a sudden trip to Europe, is a
favorite with tho Irving Hall people, but
his record as a supervisor mndcr Ewecd is a
little too fragrant as yet. The same may
be said of "Jimmy" O'Brien, ex-sheriff, who
vows that he will either be mayor or con-
-n 11 A 11. t T A
grcssman. i lie uepuoncans taiK 01 rout-
master James and Whitelaw Rcid, though
the latter would probably have to do pen
ance in owning that his first namo (neces-
sary for voting purpose) is Jacob. It is
said that Jay Gould would really like to
see Mr. Reed nominated, and that this is
the origin of the rumor.
Among the political talk in this city to
day was a report that the Republicans
meant now to put ono million dollars in
Indiana, and carry the State regardless of
cost. To this a Democrat connected witn
the campaign committee said : "Then our
party must put a million dollars in Indiana
too. We can yet it easy
National committee have been notified by
prominent and wealthy Democrats to call
1 . . , ,
upon uicm 11 money is ncuui-u
inent Democrat has pledged himself to
raise $75,000 in tho city where he resides,
I.N Rhode Island every foreign-born citi
zen who is not a freeholder is disfranchised
This law, to which the Republicans cling
with earnest tenacity, proscribes hundreds
of Union soldiers. Let the fact be continu
ally borne in mind.
The Republican organs will please in
form us where tho majority of 15,000 in
has gone. That was the size ot it at the
September election of the last Presidential
pear. It has certainly disappeared very
The Republicans tell us that all the
Democrats in the country are in the South
cm States and New York City. Will they
tell us, then, what the contest was about in
Maine and Vermont and what they are
making such a prodigious iuss about in
I have been greatly troubled with my
kidneys and liver lor over twenty years,
and durinjr that cntiro time I was never
free from pain. My medical bills were
enormous, and I visited both tho Hot and
White Springs, noted for the curative quah
ties of the water. I am happy to say I am
now a well man, and entirely as the result
of Warner s Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
Not only this, but my little daughter has
been cured of St. Vitus' dance by Warner's
Safe Nervine, which I always keep in my
lamily. With sucli glorious results I am
only too glad to testify regarding the reme
dies which have made me so happy.
Rev. P. P. Marki.ee,
Coal Run Crossing, Ark.
THOMAS' ELECTRICAL OIL IN
J.W.Miller, Columbus, O.. says that
couple ot closes ot wecinc uu curetl Ins
child of J)iptheria, after all other remedies
Mr. Miller is well known and will cheer
fully certify to the above fact.
Paul G. Scnuir, Agent.
February 14, 180.
He who does nothing but sit and eat, will
wear away of his pants the seat,
But who works hard, earns sweet repose,
Can eat a square meal and wear good
And if lie has indigestion he's money to
The best of all cure!, Spring Blossom for a
Paul Q. Schuh, Agent
A GIFT DECLINED.
Appleton's Readers wero declined as a
gift by tho St. Louis board August 21,
1880, by tho decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Thus emphatically were these
books refused fth u gift in tho home of their
To all who are Buffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed cnevlopc
to the Ilev. Joseph T. Inman, Station I),
New York City.
Why is an Auctioneer like a man Willi
un ugly countenance ; because he's always
for-bidden. If your countenance is forbid
ding by reason of blotches or pimples try
Spring Blossom. P.ui, G. Sciicii, Agent.
PUT IT TO PROOF.
At a tnno wiien the community is flooded
with so many un worthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. King's New Discovery lor the
Consumption of the worth of their reme
dy, they offer all who desire, a trial bottle
free of charge. This certainly would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. King's New Discovery for the Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stubborn coughs, colds, phthisic,
quinsy, hoarseness, croup, or any atl'ection
of tho throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy atrial
by calling on Geo. E. O'llara, Druggist
Cairo, Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,!. 00.(1)
'Sway.ne's Ointment and Pills." The
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scaly
head, barbe's itch, sores, all crusty, scald
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood punlier
and regulator, Bwayne'a Tar and Sarsapa
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nervcous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sys
tem and bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of the body.
Price 25 cents a box, five boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, three boxes f 1.25. Can be
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayne & Son.
350 North Sixth street, Philadelphia
Sold by all leading druggists. (2)
I found Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup to be a
most effectual remedy, and feel sure that
tho most stubborn cough and cold will
yield to its healing influence. Ekaxk S.
Price, New Orleans, Aug. 0, 1ST5.
We watched her breathing through the
Her breathing soft and low ;
As in her breast the wave of life,
Kept heaving to and frn;
Dyspepsia's horrid pangs in silence she en-
Rut through Spring Blossom's aid, we're
glad to say slie s cnreU.
Pall G. Scjilu, Agent.
"More food and less medicine, more of
nourishment and strength, le.-s of the debil
itating influence of drugs is wli:it our feeble
nud exhausted constitutions itiitiiro," said
Baron LiebiL', when he perfected the coin
position of the "Malt Bitters."
An Elegant Toii.kt Preparation, hair
dressins: and restorative is lound in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore L'ray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certaiuly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne ic Son, riul-
adelnhin: Gents I enclose a postomce
order for eight dollars; please send me one
dozen ''London Hair Color Restorer. It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The ''London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 75 cents a bottle.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
notice Is hereby piven that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois., made and entered at the .lime
term thereof, A. I). 1H-0. In a ruuse wherein Eliza
J. Tweiile, administratrix of the est ate of Alexander
Twente. deceased, w as plaint 111. ami Ida C.Twemu,
Amos A. Twente.Asa 1). Twente, Artur II. Twente,
Ezra J. Twente. John II, t'lurk. Franklin Illtt mid
William Tolbert. were defendants, for tho sale of
real estate to pay the debts of the said Alexander
Twente, deceased, I, the undersigned, adinlnis
trati 'X as iiforesaid. will on Wednesday,
the 'th dav of September, 1S4I, at eleven
o'clock a. ni.. ut the front door of the court
house In Cairo In said Alexander county, pro
ceed to m-II at public sale, to tin; hliliest bidder
the following described real estate, free Bnd eb ur
of the dower of the undcri-lucd as widow ofthu
said deceased. namely:
The undivided tlvu-slxths (IS li) of tho southeast
quarter, of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter, of section
twentv-llvu (Win towushlp fifteen, south rane
No, three (it) west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county, for the purpose of pay
till! the debts of said estate.
The terms of sale are, one-half cash down, and
the balance in one year with note, and also mori
Kage on the real ostato sold to secure tho deferred
payment; said note to bear Interest nt the rate of
six percent. KL1.A J. TWKNTE,
Cairo. III., Aiic. 30, 1SS0.
Whereas. F. Marlon Lawrence and Evallne Law
rence his wife, did, by their deed of trust bearing
date June 91, A. 1). 1STH, and recorded In there
corder's olllco of Alexander county, Illinois, Julyl,
A. I). lHTIIIn Hook "li" ofTtiift Oeeds.on pane
convey to tho undersigned triftcc, tho following
real estate situate In county of Aleximderand Statu
of Illinois, to-wit: Tim southeast quarter of tho
northwest quarter, and the norllieiis' quarter ofthu
southwest quarter, all of section thirty-four lilt),
township fourteen (14), ranu'e two(il), west of third
principal meridian. In trust to secure the payment
of a certain promissory note in said deed or trust
described; and whereas, default has been made In
the payment ot salu note, which said nolo remains
lone since past due and unpaid, Now, therefore,
on application of the leeal holder of said nolo no
tice Is herebv ijlvcn, thst the miilersiL'iied true ten
will, on Monday the v'Ttii dav or Kkitkmiikii, A,
D. lBSO.at the door of tho court house. In said Al
exander couuty and Htate of Illinois, at the hour of
Uo clocKp. m. or saiiiuay, oner ior sine aim sen
at public auction to the blithest bidder, for rash, the
above described real estate to pay and satlsly the
amount of principal and Interest due upon said
note. WILLIAM IIULEN, Trustee.
Caiiio, Iij.., Auuust'JO, is),
ILLINOIS CENTIIAL It. K.
rm w .-, 1,1, I l'l
Shortest and Quickest Route
St, Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
Making Direct Connection
Trains Leave Camo:
3:15 tun. Mail,
ArrlviiiB In St. Louis 9:45 a.m. : Clileaijn. S::v p.m. ;
C'oiiiiectiuK at Odin and Kldnuham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
11:10 a.m. Ht. iiouisi ami AWmUtii
rrlvlni In St. Louis 7:0.'j p, m., and connecting
for all points West.
A'.iiU p.m. Vast KxprcBR.
For St. Louis and l'hicai;, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chicago " :X) a m
-4:'.J() p.m. Cincinnati Kxprons.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 7:30
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:IW a.m. I'assencert hy
this train reach the ahove points 1U to LlO
UOfltS in advance of any otter route.
r-The4:20 p. in. express has rULI.MAN
M.fcEl'INU CAK Cairo to Clnctnuatl, without
chances, and through sleepers to fct. Louis and
Fast Time Ka.t.
"Psl CP1K-01' h th" llm' K" t hmngli to Fast.
1 UflScIIilll.S ,.rn ixiluts without any delay
caused hv SSundav liitervcnlnu. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
mornluj; at 10::13. Thirty-six hours In advance of
Buy other route.
FfrFor through tickets and furtheMnformatlon,
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad Depot, Catro.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II- JONES,
(ien . Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, tien. 1'ass, Afient. Chicago.
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS K. R.
II. "W. SMITHKItS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tbronch Express leaves Cairo 0:30 a m
Through Express arrives at E. St. Louts.. 5:45p.m
Through Exiirest leaves E. St. Louis.... '.ctsia.m
Throufh Express arrives at Cairo 5 10 p.m.
Murphysboro accommodatlnnleavcs I'alro !: p.m.
.vupuysnoro Acc.arrives-si aiuruuyeiwru ' f '
Murphysboro Acc. leaves .Murphysboro .. 5:0"a m
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :iiiu
The Cairo A St Lotila Hall Road Is tho only all
Rail Route between Cairo and ht. Louis under one
manauemeut, thurefore there are no delays at
wrv stations awaitlnif connections from other lines
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East aud West
L. M. JOHNSON,
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI Il'Y.
TIME TALil.E OF I'ASSENGEll TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (NOV. JO, 1S79.)
No. 3 Day Express (Except Sunday).... 1 :30 p. m.
' tt Epress i Except Suuday) 1 :Vi p. m.
" 4 Nlht Express (Daily) lii:3u a. in.
No. fi Express (Except Sunday) 6:05 a. m.
" 1 Day Express (Except Sunday).... S:.M p. m.
" 3 Night Express (Dally) 1 :J5 a. m.
J. R. Ci.akk, C. S.Cone. Jr.,
Agent Vlnceunes. Gen. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
QAlliO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IzEkl STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and nntil lurthcr
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVES
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