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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Ofllco : Bulletin Building) WasnlnctoB Arena
I CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ENTERED IT TUB POST OFFICI IN CAIRO, IL
LtNOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OPHuiAL PAPER Of CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Bibhai. Omoi, (
Caiko, III.. Juno 80, 1881 f
Time. Bar. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vet Weather.
ti p in iflliM
2; Minimum Tern-
p urnture Tll.i; lUln II. IV
Hirer, a (vet 5 iocbci
Kali, 7 lucbci.
Sorg't Signal Oorvi. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticei In Iblx column, eight cents per lino for
flrat and live cents per Hue each fubscquont liner
tloa. For one nioutn, 50 cent! per Hue.
FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAMME.
LINE OF MAKCII, ETC.
The several companies taking part in tliu
, demonstration on the 4th of July will form
in their respective halls and march to the
different positions assigned to thorn below:
The Arabs on cast side of Washington,
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
the r"ht"jrc8tinflf on Eighth street.
The Rough and Heady on tho cast side
Washington avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth, right resting on Eighth street.
The .Hibernians on tho cast side Wash
ington avenue, between Ninth and Tenth,
right resting on JNintu street.
The Deltas on west side Washington ave
nue, between Eighth and Tenth, right rest
ing Eighth street.
The Anchors on the west side Washing
ton avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
Btreets, right resting on Ninth street.
The Mystic Krcw on the west side Wash
ington avenue between Seventh and Eighth,
right resting on Eighth street.
Visiting companies will form on south
side to Eighth street between Washington
avenue and Commercial, right resting on
OKDElt OK MARCH.
1 Grand Marshal and Assistants.
2 Mayflower Band Will Emery, Direc
tor. 3 Mayor and City Council and Speak
ers, in carriages.
4 Arab Fire Company No. 2.
5 Rough and Ready Fire Company
6 Hibernian Fire Company No. 4.
7. Harry Walker's Comique Band Al
8 Delta Fire Company No. C.
0 Anchor Fire Company No. 7.
10 Knights Mystic Krcw ot Comus.
11 Citizens in carriages and on horse
LINK OF MARCH.
Start from corner of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, up Eighth street to
Commercial avenue, up Commercial avenue
to Teuth street, up Tenth street to Levee,
down Levee to Sixth Btreet, down
Sixth street to Washington avenue, up
Washington avenue to park.
Citizens living along the line of march
are respectfully requested to decorate their
All companies aro ordered to be in posi
tion at 10 a. m. ; tho column will move at
The following gentlemen have been ap
pointed assistant marshals, and will be
obeyed accordingly: Wm. E. Lippctt, W.
M. Williams, Chas. Cunningham and N. E.
The assistant marshals will report at
headquarters, corner Seventh .and Commer
cial at 10 o'clock 6harp.
Taos. W. SniELDS,
Beinir compelled to change my location,
in a short time I will offer to the public
for the next thirty days and as long after
as I am oerimttcd to stay in my old loca
tion Triinmod Hats and Vutrimmcd Huts
at less than cost, and notions of every des
criotion. rocardless of cobI. A full lino of
Ladies' Underwear.also ready made drosses
and luwn suits, and will close out my stock
of jewely at cost. Mrs. 8. Williamson.
Proposals for the purchase of the Atho-
neuui build in cr and the house, now occupied
by Mrs. Williamson, adjoining ; also the
stable itl the rear of said house, will bo re
ceived until Saturday, July Oth, 4 p. m., by
the building committee of tho Opera-house
Tho purchaser will be required to remove
said buildings within thirty days from day
of purchase. o. a. i atlob,
Tuos. W. Shields,
Cairo, June 28. Com.
All the scenery belonging to the Atheneum,
consisting of one parlor, ono library, one
kitchen, one landscape, one dark wood,
ono prinon, one ship scene, ono winter
scene, one horizon, ono bridge set, ono set
waters, two set rocks, ono chamber scene,
one set mantles, two set cottages, one set
window, one cut word and arches, ono drop
curtain and full set wings, tormentors and
flies to match. Also all the benches and
furnlturo, will bo sold at a bargain by ap
plying to Dan IIartman,
Cairo, jl una Utt, 1881.
HowjE Scales are guaranteed in every
porticu ar, to bo the best made. Borden,
Hclleck & Co., General AgunU, Chicago,
Worms, that universal diseasu lu child,
hood, can lo thoroughly cured by tho use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E-
Ferrct, Agt., 872 Pearl St., N. Y.City. (4)
Bucklcn'n Arnica Salve.
The Ust salve in the world for cuts,
bruisesj sores, ulscra, salt rheum, fever sores,
tier, Qhaptwd hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or mouey refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sala by Geo. E. O'IIara
A Grand Pile of Masonry and
Mechanism-One of the Com
pletest and Most Magnifi
cent Hotels in the Country.
ITS OWNERS, MANAGERS AND ITS
The subject of this desertation has been
commented upon at length at different
times during the process of its completion,
which hns occupied a number of months,
but has not received that complete notice
which it deserves and which would give
the public an idea what it really is. As the
St. Charles hotel its reputation has reached
over tho country wherever travelers went
and it has always maintained its position in
tho favor of tho traveling public; but
as "Tho Halliday House" it is entitled to
take its place among the first hotels in tho
United States, for the improvements that
have been mado in it make it in every re
spect equal to tho best and grandest insti
tution of its kind in the land. It is six
stories high, has a mansard roof, contains one
hundred and twenty rooms besides oiliccs,
etc!, and occupies nearly a whole square.
Standing in closo proximity to tho Illinois
Central railroad and tho Union passenger
depots and also at tho river runt, it is most
convenient to tho traveling public and, in
appearance, is undeniably tho handsomest
building in the city, of which every citizeu
is justly proud.
It has received its present name from its
owners, the Halliday Brothers, ono of the
oldest and most substantial firms iu tho
city, which has cxtendo 1 its operations into
various directions and - has been uniformly
and eminently successful in all. It, moro
than any other single firm at present in the
city, has given Cairo's commerce and Cai
ro's name a vigorous boost, doing much
toward tho prominence and respect alio now
enjoys everywhere, and it is only to bo re
gretted that there are not three or four
more just such firms in the city.
A city may bo situated upon a natural
highway easy of approach from every
quarter of the world ; it may be the gate
through which tho irresistablo stream of
commerce could be forced to pass and it
may be in possession of untold millions of
wealth and yet, in spite of all this, it may
never achieve the greatness and commercial
importance to which it would seem to bo
entitled. And why? Simply because it
may, even under such circumstances, lack
business entorpriso,that potent characteristic
ot all truly prosperous communities; it
may lack men, large brained, active, bold,
firm, who will not bo found among tho
drones even to take noeded repose ; men
who will stake what they have upon a
venture, hoping not only, but working,
with both mind and muscle,
to realizo a legitimate profit.
Lacking such men, a city's natural high
way may be allowed to become obstructed
by tho bulworks of narrow speculation ; the
stream of commerce may bo permitted to
seek its own courso, enriching other fields,
and tho wealth that is iu tho city may be
hoarded and its possessors eke out a miser
able existence in a mud hut. Cajro is sit
uated upon a great natural highway; it is
tho gato through which the stream of a
nation's commerce can bo malu to pass, and
it has wealth ; but, in connection with all
these advantages, it has also the men who
understand them, who are able to use them
to their own and to tho city's greatest ad
vantage, and chief among these men are
the subjects of this paragraph, the Halliday
Brothers. They have risen to their present
position as tho leading business firm iu
this part of tho country by their
own good judgment and indomitable
energy, which lead them to see
Cairo's advantages, tho manner in which
they could best bo developed and used, and
to pursue tho work of developing them
with uninterrupted effort. Tho various in
dustries into which they havo extended
their operations bear in their managoment
tho unmistakable impress of a master hand,
guided by a clear, experienced mind, that
lays its plans nicely and brings them, in
every instance, to a successful issue. It is
through its own prosperity that the
firm has contributed so much to
Cairo's wealth and Cairo's growth.
Tho firm's operations aro not con
fined to this city alono. They own aud
operate a salt mino and a coal mine at St.
Johns, Illinois, in which they employ hun
drcds of men, and the products of which
they send to nearly every state in tho Union.
Here in Cairo they conduct a commission
business that requires immense warehouses
and railroad, river and tolegraph facilities
a coal yard for steamboats, with all the no-
cessary water craft; the Egyptian mills,
the largest flouring mill in tho state,having
a capacity ot seven hundred barrels per
day; they are largely Interested in tho City
National Bank, financially ono of the most
substantia Institutions in the United
States; in the box and basket factory,
which scuJb its goods to nearly every fruit
orchard in the south ; in the wharf-boats
and various other minor enterprises.
Through those different branches of busi
nous tho firm of Halliday Brothers is famil
iar to nearly every business man In tho
country and their business relatione, extend
beyond tho ports of tho United States. But
their latest undertaking, which, more than
any of their previous efforts, will redouud
to their greatest credit, becauso it has given
to Cairo, to Southern Illinois and to the
traveling public generally, an institution
that combines all the excellencies, conven
iences and splendors that a king might
wish for. This is
"tub halliday house."
Tho primary subject of this sketch and
the interior arrangement ot which deserves
Since tho house has como into tho hands
of its present owners, additions and im
provements have been made that involved
tho expenditure, in round figures, of not
less than ono hundred thousand dollars.
Not only has every part every room and
corner of tho great building been renewed
and finished off in tho latest stylo not
only have every means of safety and com
fort that has been suggested by tho experi
ence of men grown grey i this decidedly
modern institution, the hotel, been supplied,
without any regard whatever to trouble or
expense, but there has also been added a
five story brick building, at an expense of
about fifteen thousand .dollars, erected
chiefly for engine room, kitchen, bakery,
ico house, and bed rooms, "dining room,
closets, etc., for tho hired force of
tho hotel. In ' tho basement Vf
the main building arc, first
tho laundry, which is furnished with the
Troy laundry machinery, the best known.
In tho same room with tho laundry is also
the machinery, which runs tho elegant ele
vator, known as Crane Bros' elevator. The
machinery takes up but very littlo spaco
and, when iu motion, can hardly bo heard
The elevator itself runs from the basement
to tho sixth story. It is gotten up in a
manner to match everything else in the
house. Furnished with looking-glasses on
all sides, with upholstered scats and hand
somely carpeted, it seems as a littlo palace
in which uny one would wish to linger and
enjoy tho motion, which causes to pass be
fore his wondering eyes, in quick succes
sion, broad hallways, lined on either side
with doors, furnished with black walnut
seats here and there for tho convenience of
the wanderer and tapestried with many
colored, heavy carpets. In the basement are
also balh-rooniB, for gentlemen boarders,
an elegant barber-shop, ico-room for meats
and other necessary store rooms.
On the first floor there is jtlie general of
fice room, which in itself is a grand palace,
the floor laid with white and dark tile,
furnished on either side with black walnut
scats and in the centre with an elegant
steam stove. On the side opposite tho en
trance is the office, where F. L. Farris,
formerly of Anna, and Mr. Edward Reno,
formerly of tho Hotel do Winter, preside
as first and second clerks. To the right,
upon entering is tho news-stand and tele
graph otlice, enclosed by a highly polished
and ornamental black walnut counter.
This gencrul office is connected by doors
and archways with a billiard room, sample
room, bar room, wash room, reading room
and dining room; all of which aro furnished
in the height of splendor, all thoroughly
ventilated for warm weather and furnished
with Bteani heating apparatus for cold.
The dining room deserves special reference.
It is a room, about fifty by seventy-five feet
in size ; tho floor is of yellow pine, thor
oughly oiled and laid with stripes of
handsome carpet. Ten largo ventilators
render the atmosphere always deliciously
cool in summer, and, in winter, these ven
tilators aro converted into the latest ap
proved steam stoves. The windows are all
decorated with curtains and beautiful dam
ask lambrequins. It .is furnished with
fifteen handsome black walnut tables, with
a number of chairs for each to match, and
six side tables for tho use of waiters, upon
which to place glasses, pitchers, etc. The
table ware, is all heavy silver plated, but
substantial and plain, combining both dur
ability and elegance. From tho dining
room, doors lead into the pantry, where all
tho table ware is in the especial charge ot a
lady; another door leads into the kitchen,
the cooking department of which is under
tho direction of Mr. Testier, a French cook,
who hns attained to perfection in
the art of preparing all manner of
viands. Tho pastry department is in
the chargu of Mr. Helmery, who has been
especially selected because ot his ability to
prepare tho most delicate dishes, fancy con
fections, and everything known to the
On tho second floor are about forty
rooms, including the parlors. Tho latter
are splendidly furnished, with heavy lace
curtains, elegant damask lambrequins and
gilt cornices, sofas, chairs, a Stoinway
piano, centre tables, and carpeted with
heavy blush Brussels. The balance of the
floor, as arc tho other three floors above it,
is laid off into bed rooms and suits of rooms
(some with alcoves), bath rooms, etc. All
tho rooms aro large, well ventilated, nicely
carpeted, with ceiliugs and walls of im
maculate whiteness, supplied with the
necessary furniture, consisting of bedstead
with the best curled hair mattresses, mar-
bio top bureaus, ccntro and Bide tables,
chairs; they are also supplied with steam
heating apparatus, electric fire alarm and
electric bell pull. On each floor is also a
water plug, from which hose can ho strotch
ed to any room on tho floor and, in caso of
fire, it can bo deluged with water within a
Another featuro of tho institution which
merits special referenco is
which is used to carry on most of the hard
work of tho houso and to assist in serving
guests and makiug them comfortable.
From two largo boilers in tho basement of
the building tho steam is suniilied which
runs a number of shafts all through tho
lower .story, which in their turn
run tho washing machine, ironcr and tho
pumps. Tho boilers also supply the steam
and hot water that is led by pipes to every
part of the houso to tho wash-tubs and
rinsing tubs in the laundry, the wash-stands
and bath rooms in the hotel, aud to vats in
tho kitchen. Tho washing apparatus of
the laundry consists of tw largo wood
cylinders, about four feet in diameter, fur
nished with rollers and other machinery, in
which tho clothes is placed with boiling
water,, soap, etc., and thoroughly work
over by steam, then it is thoroughly iiused
in vats with cold water, steam, etc., i.nd
after that it is pressed into a wringer,
which is nothing but a copper
vessel, about twenty inches in
diameter and fifteen inches deep, punctured
with meriads of little holcB through
which tho water in tho clothes is thrown
when the vessel revolves, which it does with
great rapidity, making fifteen hundred rev
olutions iu ono minute. After this tho
clothes aro hung upon iron bars which aro
shoved into a large box or room and
then it is subjected to a
drying process by steam. In a few min
utes it is taken out and run through the
ironer, which consists of two rollers, run
by steam. Tho larger ono of these receives
tho linen and then, by means ot a lever, is
pressed against tho smaller, which is heat
ed by gas, and does the work of ironing
rapidly and perfectly. A cream
freezer one of tho latest in
ventions, is also run by steam and has
all other necessary accompaniments, such
as ico crusher, ico box for tho cream, etc.
The motive power which keeps the eleva
tor in motion is supplied by water, upon tho
automatic principle, which can be regulated
according to the nmount of work the ele
vator is to do. But perhaps the Inmt piece
of mechanism and what Mr. E. W. Halliday
has reason to be especially proud of, becauso
it is in part the result of his own inventive
powers, is tho ingenious hydraulic ma
chine, which gathers up ali the refuse mat
ter from the closets, bath-room3 and other
departments in the hotel, aud also lroni the
kitchen, and forces it through a large iron
pipe into the, river. So perfect does this
machine do its work that the
large sink in tho yard, into which
all this matter accumulates, does not give
forth the slightest odor. This leads us to a
consideration of the
and tho sanitary condition of tho premises.
Under this head a great deal might be said
but, however lengthy the discription might
be, it would not convey to the mind of oue
who has not seen for himself, a just
idea ot its perfection. As freBh
water is tho ureat purifyer of
all things, this article as before stated, is
led to every part of tho great hotel and tho
arrangements wherever is it may
be needed for cleansing, are such that a
mere turn of a knob or cock will let forth a
stream ot cool, fresh water, which carries
everything unclean through iron mains into
tho great reservoir in tho yard below,
from whence it is removed by tho
machino above referred to. Therefore
nothing whatever can accumulate in any
part of tho building that might tend to
vitiate the pure air. Outside, tho drainage
is equally perfect and thcreforo the sauitary
condition is tho same. Tho pavement
around the building is concrete
stone which sheds the water
Into gutters on the outer edge,
and down below, around the basement, the
samo material has been used in the con
struction ot gently sloping walks, which
prevents the moisture of the earth from
arising and causes the water to run to
gether iuto a sewer, which carries it away
from tho premises. ThuB it will be seen
that tho comfort not alone, but
also tho health of the guest who
enters tho Halliday, has been taken
From this poor description the reader can
obtain an idea of the grandeur of the Halli
day, but the idea must necessarily be im
perfect, as nothing but actual sight will
give a person a true conception of tho com
pleteness and splendor ot this hotel.
Tho management of this institution is
now in the hands of Messrs. L. P. Parker &
Co., tho lessees, gentlemen who have
had many years experienco in tho
business, and who havo mado tho hotel
business a life study. They arc assisted by
men, all selected by themselves also, with a
view to their experienco in tho positions
which thoy respectively occupy. The people
of Cairo and the traveling public generally,
has reason to congratulato themselves
upon tho opening of so perfect an insti
tution by such ablo managers.
July 4th, 1881.
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell ex
cursion tickets from Cairo to all stations at
one and one-third faro for tho round trip.
Tickets will be sold July 2nd, 3rd and 4th,
and good to roturn on until 5th inclusive
A. H. Hanson,
Gen'l Pass. Agont.
For Rent A largo front worn, furnish
ed. ' Apply to Mrs. M. Boyle, botwocn
Washington and Walnut, on Eighth street.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John H. Lank, s
.,, T Boston Store.
Cairo, Ills., June 87th.
EAR MRS. , I am bo glad to Lear
cool and pleasant where you are, for
ascended in a balloon and nothing but a bloomer costume in at all endurable
Yes, dear, goods in our line have been so awful high lately that I have
bought myself very little; but I was downtown the other day, aud having a few
moments upon my hands, I stepped iuto J. Burger's, and saw a full line of rorsets
nice ones too for .35 cents, worth at lcat 75 cents; large size parasol. 20
cents, cheap at 35 cents; farmer satin ones, 50 cents, worth 11,50, and all silk,
extra size. 75 cents, which I thought were worth $2.00. I don't see how he
can sell goods so cheap. Why, I saAv ten and fifteen cent handkerchiefs selling
for Ave and ten cents. He has some new styles in pillow shams aud tidies with
Frenchnames, Apelaeate, (Dossier Brode). How do you like my French, dear?
Remnants, Julia, of all kinds, which, he says, he roust sell at any (nice to make
room for the large stock, Mr. J. Burger, who is in New York, is buying daily
and to prevent accumulation. He says he don't believe in asking a big price be '
cause he can get it, but believes in buying goods cheap and selling them like
wise, so as to keep thlugs moving.. His business is increasing all the time, sure.
1 read some merchants' advertisements about goods going np. By Mr. Burger's
prices I think New York must believe different. Well, yon know some mer
chants never will discover a FALL in prices until in RAINS goods. Don't be en
ticed into believing anything they say, but always buy what you want from the
merchant who names the lowest prices for the best goods.
You ask me how I like the July styles. They are exuqisite. Mr. Burger
showed me his July Domestic patterns, and I know they are just splendid.
Yours lovingly, ANNA.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 1, Ip.m.
Wheat Winter, OsCdOs 10d; Spring,
0s2d9s5d; California average, 9s 4d
9s 9d; Club, Os 9d9s lid.
NEW VOKK OIlAIN.
New York, July 1, 12 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, $1 23)41 24;
No. 2 Rod Winter, 1 271 28.
OniCAOO, OIIAIN AND PORK.
Chicago, July 1, 10 a. m.
Pork September, f 16 57 .
Wheat August, $1 12g ; September,
Corn August, 43c; September, 40Jc.
Oats August, 28.
Chicago, July 1, 12 m.
Pork August, 10 42t10 45.
Wheat -August, 1 121 12; Sep
tember, $1 10?,.
Corn August, 4C10;c; September,
Oats-August, 28'c; September, 27'c.
Chicago, July 1, 1 p. m.--
Pork-July, flO 27; August, flO 45;
September, 10 57.
Wheat-July, t 10; August, l 2
September, ft 108'.
Corn July, 40c; August, 40'f46c;
Oats-August, 28?8'C; September, 27J8'c.
Notice to Horsemen.
Tho following entries have been made:
the firemen's cup half mile heats.
Metropolis, from Metropolis.
Mayflower, from Blandville.
Jas. White, from Blandville.
Brown Birdie, from Henderson.
TUB HALLIDAY HOTEL STAKES TR01TINO
Jerry, by P. Fitzgerald.
Jule, by W. I). Lippct.
Harry, by Lob't Smyth.
THE K. M. K. C. COM11I NATION RUNNING
Metropolis, from Metropolis. -Mayflower,
Jas. White, from Blandville.
Brown Birdie, from HendorBon.
Alpha, from Ballard county.
TUE CITIZEN'S I'URSK TltOTTINO MILE
Black Cloud, from Jackson, Tenn.
Flaxey, from Jackson, Tenn.
Octoroon, from Paducah, Ky. y
Harry, From Cairo.
Julo, from Cairo.
The racing committeo havo decidod, as
all tho races have not been filled, to reopen
their books for moro entries and to close
thorn at noon, Saturday. All entranco toes
must bo paid by Saturday noon. Pools
will bo sold Saturday evening on all the
events. By order Racing Committee.
Mrs. Bella A. Dorr will offer hor furnlturo
and household goods at private salo from
now until tho Oth proximo. Call at her
residenco on the south Bide of Fifth street,
between Washington ayenuo and Walnut
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponie. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
M. O. Kniout.
Notice of Partnership.
A partnership has been this day formed
between Henry Stout and W.B. Green gen
eral contractors in brick work. Job work
a specialty. Tho business at present will
bo carried on by W. B. Green. Address
pOBt office box 083, Cairo, 111.
Stout & Ghee.
from you and that the weather is so
the mercury in the thermometer has
ACOOKINO 8TUVE for tile, with two Iron poll
two bake pane tnd tw gndrtlm: will be fold
for ten dollar. Apply at Bulleilu offlce.
ALL pereons who bave in far failed to par atten
tion to the notlcea given them to pay thoir
trevt taxea, are rvqueeud to do no Immediately or
legal ttupa will be taken a? alnut them.
TRADER ART EH, Collector.
ryj WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
All pcninn holding building certiorate of the
Cairo Turn liemelude are htrcbr requested to pre
ent theiame to 8. Srhwamtr., (City brewery), for
payment, from June Utb, 11, to June nth. lssj.
JOHN A. KOKIII.KR,
ED. A. BLDKIt,
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OIT JOB WORK DONE TO OKDEB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, . Illinois
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Proaldnut.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlcel'mOdent.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cafhlur.
ITAATI TATXOR, W. T. HAIAIDAT,
BIHRT L. HAIXIU4T, R. H. CtTRNINUUAM ,
.b. fflLMAMION, RTIPUIN BIHU,
B. B.OAMDII. '
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
DepoMtyroceWed and suncral hanking boelnent
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It ti illnated In Pope County, Illlnola. In a upttr
of the Oxark Mountain, half way between Vleuuu
surrouiiuings are jueiigiium
AIR COOL ANli BRACING,
ICK IN ABUNDANCE. The table U apreud
with all the dellracto of the aentton. The
water are mlunral.appntlr.tnff and health Riving,
aud their beneficial effecta am felt Immediately.
J.K. BROWN, Proprietor.
PUBLIC 8AIK OF 1,0TB IN RAILROAD AD
Public notice li hereby glrcn, that, n Saturday, '
JulyMth, 1HH1, at Wo'clooka m. at court house In
Hi., t.nf e.lM ..J .... . . 1 1 j .... i
in vhl uu niniv oi iiiinoie. vuo line in
Railroad addition to the city of Cairo romaliilng
untold up to aaid day, will be told at auction to the
hlghnat bidder for conn. Provldod bide muat ha
not ) than the price placed on Mid lota by Hi
eommiaaiOUUra tlitralnraiva nnnlntiMi imdii. n. I.
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