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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Office; Bollrtla Building, WuMneUti Avenue
NTKHKD AT Till POST OFPICi IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, Al B100ND-CUS8 MATTER.
omoiAt PAPER OF CITV AND COCNTT
LOCAL WBATUEK RKI'UllT.
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Ctmo. Ill-July it, 1881. f
Bar. Thar. Bam. Wind. V1 Weather.
aUilinmn Temperature. e; Minimum Tern-
liver, t feet II Inches. Kail. 0 inches
Serg't Signal Corns, 0. S.A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notires In this column, eight cents per lino Cor
frst ami (We cents per line each subsequent ler
lion. Kor one month, cent per lino.
FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAMME.
LINK OP MARCH, ETC.
The several companies taking part in the
demonstration on the 4th of July will form
in their respective halls ami march to the
different positions aligned to them below:
The Arabs on east sWc of Waxliingtoij
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
the right resting on Eighth street.
The Rough and Ready on the c:AHt side
Washington avenue, between Seventh and
Eitfhth, right resting on Eighth street.
The Hibernians on the east sido Wash
ington avenue, between Ninth and Tenth,
right resting on Ninth street.
The Deltas on west side Washington ave
nue, bctweon Eighth and Tenth, right rest
ing Eighth Btreet.
The Anchors on the west side Washing
ton avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets, right resting ou Ninth street.
The Mystic Krow on the west side Wash
ington avenue between Seventh and Eighth,
right resting on Eighth Btreet.
Visiting companies will form ou south
side to Eighth Btreet between Washington
avenue and Commercial, right resting on
ORDER OK MARCH.
1 Grand Marshal and Assistants.
2 Mayflower Rand Will Emery, Direc
tor. a 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. 6.
0 Anchor Fire Company No. 7.
10 Knights Mystic Krew ot Comus.
11 Citizens in carriages and on horse
back. LINE OP MARCH.
Start from corner of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, up Eighth stroet to
Commercial avenue, up Commercial avenue
to Tenth street, up Tenth Btreet to Levee,
down Levee to Bixtn street, aown
Sixth street to Washington avenue, up
Washington avenue to park.
Citizens living along the line of inarch
are respectfully requested to decorate their
All companies are ordorcd to be in posi
tion at 10 a. m.; the column will move at
The following gentlemen have been ap
pointed assistant marshals, and will be
obeyed accordingly: Win. E. Lippctt, W.
M. Williams, Chas. Cunningham and N. E.
The assistant marshals will report at
headquarters, corner Seventh jtnd Commer
cial at 10 o'clock sharp.
Thos. W. Shields,
Beintr comDulled to chance my location,
in a short time I will offer to the public
for the next thirty days and as long after
as I am permitted to stay in my old loca
tion Trimmed Hats and Untriramed Hats
at less than cost, and notions of every des'
cription, regardless of cost. A full line of
Ladies' Underwear,also ready made dresses
and lawn suits, and will close out my stock
of jewely at cost. Mrs. 8. Williamson.
Proposals for the purchase of the Athe
neum building and the house, now occupied
by Mrs. Williamson, adjoining; also the
stable in the rear of said house, will be re
ceived until Saturday, July 0th, 4 p. in., by
the building committee of tho Opera-house
The purchaser will be required to remove
said buildings within thirty days from day
4 purchase H.H.Taylor, .
Thos. W. Shieu,
CAino, June 28. Com.
All the scenery belonging to the Athencum,
consisting of one parlor, one library, one
kitchen, one landscape, one, dark wood,
one prison, one ship scene, one winter
scene, one horizon, one bridge set, one set
waters, two set rocks, one chamber scene,
one set mantles, two set cottages, one set
window, one cut word and arches, one drop
curtain and full set wings, tormentors and
flies to match. Also all the benches and
furniture, will be sold at a bargain by ap
plying to Dan Hartman.
Cairo, June 28, 1881.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to I the best modo. Borden,
Sclleck & Co., Ocneral Agents, Chicago,
Worms, that universal discwie in child,
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry s Dead Shot Vermifuge. E
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y.City. (4)
Rut lien's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, lever sores,
utter, chanrjed hands, chilblains, corns, and
svll kinds of skin emotions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cunts per box. For sale by Geo. E. OTIara
Ho! for nodjrra Park.
Grand celebration, music and dancing
at Hodges Park to-morrow, July 4th.
Come one and all, and enjoy a pleasant day
intho grove. Tickets, by Narrow-Gauge,
half fare for round trip; good until July
Od,. B. F. WlLIIOURN.
The Great Summer Drink
Sunday, July 3d, and every day thereafter,
Sundays included, "Oontii mi's Cklkhra
tkd Chicago Mead" will be on draught at
the "Golden Grotto." Mead iB one of the
most pleasant Biid healthy of summer
driuks. Call around and try it; also El
mkr'bgrkat 8 cent RAILROAD and Par Ex
cellence cigars, tho best 5 cent cigar In
the city, warranted genuino Havana fillers,
besides the "Irvin's Choice" our best 10 cent
cigar, or three for 23 cts.
Wanted a good, sober tinsmith ; no others
need apply. A. Halley.
Delta City Fire Company.
All members of this company are re
quested to meet at their hall to-morrow at
0 a. m. for the purpose ot participating in
the parade. By order of the company.
Chas. Ohteloii, Sec'y.
Cairo, July 3, '81.
For Rest A largo front room, furnish
ed. Apply to Mrs. M. Boyle, between
Washington and Walnut, on Eighth street.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John II. Lane,
Caiko, Ills., June 27th.
Mrs. Bella A. Dcrr will offer her furniture
and household (roods at private sale from
now until the tith proximo. Call at her
residence on the south side ot ruth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
Notice of Partnership.
A partnership hns been this day formed
between Henry Stout and W. B. (Jrcen gen
eral contractors in brick work. Job work
a specialty. The business at present will
be carried on byW. B.Green. Address
post office lwx 083, Cairo, III.
Stout & Green.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at tho office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the cur
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ico Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
. A good stock of paper, expressly for
lliiktogrnpli use, far sale at Tub Jjuixetih
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcee In these eommni, ten cent per line.
etch insertion. Marked
The boys of Tns Bulletin office are too
patriotic and the Cairo "sub" list too small
to get out a paper on Tuesday, we will
therefore beg tho indulgence of our readers
and all take a holiday to-morrow.
-Smoke Schuh'u '-Gilt Edgo."
-A. Hally wants a tinsmith.
-Half faro to-morrow to Wilbourn's cel
ebration at HodgcB1 Park. Read tho notice.
It is reported that Mr. James Biggs in
tends to dispose ot one of his liAnilsomc
ponies by raffle.
Members of the Delta City Fire com
pany will find a notice of importance to
themselves in special local column.
Just received, fifty more of those chil
dren's suits, all wool for 1.50j also fifty
more at 2.50. J. Burger & Bro., The
Aljout five hundred chairs havo been
token to the park to Berve, in connection
with the many benchcB, as Beats for the
Ico cold fountain soda, something
never buforu offered at tho park, can be had
at tho stand of Phil Saup at tho saiue price
as it is sold in the city.
Yesterday Marshal Myers killed seven
dogs and received taxes for two. Ono fine
Newfoundland dog was among the number
brought to tho pen.
A complete stock of candies and pure
confectionery generally will bo kept at Phil
II. Snup's stand at the park to morrow. No
extra prices charged.
Several flags, notably that upon the
Hibernian engine house, were at half mast
yesterday when the news of President
Garfield's assassination reached tho city.
The Ohio river was twenty-four and a
halt feet above low water mark last evening,
at six o'clock, having fallen a quarter of a
foot since eight o'clock in tho morning.
At a meeting of tho Knights of Honor
on Inst Tuesday night, tho following gen
tlemen were elected as officers of the or
ganization for tho ensuing year: S.J.
Humm, dictator; David, Holmes, vice
dictator; W. B. Pettis, assistant dictator; R.
S. Yocum, reporter; Alex ltoyce, financial
reportor; A, Comings, chaplain; Chas. Cun
ningham, guide; Joseph Qulnn, guardian;
Henry HicksoD, sentinel; Dr. J. II. Bryant,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
"Gunther's Chicago mead," is one of
the new and delicious flavors to be had at
tho Golden Grotto, as may bo Been by an
advertisement in special local column.
-"Octoroon,'' the Paducah race-horse,
camo down on tho Gus Fowler yesterday
afternoon. Several other horses that havo
beeu entered, among them ."Flaxey" and
"Black Cloud," of JackBon, Tenn., are still
For pure ico cream not of tho "pic
nic'' sort, but made of pure cream go to
Phil II. Saup's stand at tho park to-morrow.
Ho will have it iu ample quantities, and
sell it at tho same figures he receives at his
parlors in the city. ,
Tho Hibernian and all tho other tiro
companies have painted and varnished all
their engines, hose-carts, etc., and made
additions to their uniforms in order to
make as grand an appearance as possible
on tho streets to morrow.
I will pay five dollars reward for in
formation that will lead to the detection of
tho brute in human form who, in driving
by my little four-year-old child in a buggy,
Saturday evening, cut it across tho legs
with a buggy whip. Al. Scsanra.
Why can there not be a glass ball
tournament at tho park to-morrow?
Among the shootists in Cairo are some of
tho most skillful in the country, and an ex
hibition of their skill would prove of much
interest to the visiting crowds and also to
The people of Blandvillu had nu inter
esting affair day before yesterday. It was
a barbecue and ball, which was attended by
many of the people from country around.
Mr. George Snooke and Misses Lizzie
Subbet and Carrie Koehler were among the
Cairoitcs, who attended the festivities.
At tho Baptist church to day Rev. A.
J. Hess will officiate. Services will be
held morning and evening, and, during the
latter, the ordinance of baptism will bo ad
ministered to several candidates. Their
new bnptiBtry has just been completed, and
will be used for tho first time on this oc
casion. The public is invited.
- Conkling's man Piatt has kicked over
tho traces and, without consulting tho
boss, caused his name to be withdrawn as a
candidate for re-election. The effect of
this was to send Conkling and Arthur to
New Y'ork Friday night much disgruntled
at the move. What result it will have in
the final settlement of the questions at issue
lemaius to be seen.
The supposition that tho ladies of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
would dispense lemonade, free of charge,
to tho thirsty thousands, who will visit our
city to-morrow for tho purpose of seeing
Cairo's celebration is erroneous. Water
cool, fresh, pure, will be handed out, freo
of charge, to all, who may desiro it; but
the lemonade will be sold at five centjper
The Rev. Mr. Davenport will preach a
sermon this morning on "The Parish sind
Parochial Life." This was to have been
Mr. Davenport's opening sermon upon en
tering upon his duties as rector of the Epis
copal church here, but it was unavoidedly
postponed. Every member of the parish,
and all interested in church work, should
be present and hear this sermon. Hours of
service, 10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday-
school t) :'W a. m.
Mr. A. J. Alden, foreman of The
Bulletin job room, resigned his position
yesterday to accept a situation on the Re
publican and Leader.of La Crosse, Wiscon
sin. Mr. Alden is a good man in any posi
tion in a newspaper or job office and will
tuko with him the best wishes of all who
know him. His place in The Bulletin
office will be filled bv an experienced and
expert printer from Kansas City, and our
patrons are assured that tho poster, show
and commercial work turned out at The
Bulletin office will be kept up to the full
standard of excellence.
Some brutal person, in passing in a
buggy, the little four-year-old boy of
Mr. Al. Susanka, last Saturday even
ing, struck him across tho calf
of the leg with a buggy whip, causing a
wound several inches long from which the
blood (lowed quite freely. It may be that
the little fellow was standing near the
crossing and that tho occupant of. the
buggy at ruck him by way of warning him
of tho approach of the vehicle; but what
ever may have been the motive, tho act was
certainly an outrage ut which Mr. Susanka
has just causo to bo angered.
Yesterday evouing Mr. Moses Foss hud
his pony hitched to his sulky and had driven
around the park tor amusement several
times when lie concluded to give tho ani
mal a rest and allow him to graze awhile.
Accordingly lie drove to one sido and pro
ceeded to take the bit out ot tho animal's
mouth and draw the bridle around his neck.
While ho was in tho act of
so doing something fiightened the
pony and he gavo a sudden lunge Bide
ways, beariug Mr. Foss to the ground and
passing over his body with tho sulky and,
now thoroughly aroused, ran wildly down
toward the gate of tho park. But beforo he
reached it he trippod iu some way and
broko his right foreleg. Mr. Foss, not se
riously injured, followed and, seeing that
them was no hopo of curing tho broken
limb of tho Kiny, borrowed a gun and shot
him. Mr. Foss owned the pony for about
one year and had become very much at
tached to linn. Tho sulky was not badly
SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1881.
THE ASSASSIN'S BULLET.
PRESIDENT GARFIELD, THE VICTIM.
SHOT AT THE DEPOT AT WASH
INGTON. THE ASSASSIN ARRESTED.
THE AFFAIR SUPPOSED TO HE OUTGROWTH
OF THE CONKLING MUDDLE THE SHOOT
ING DONE RY A CHICAGO MAN NAMED
OUITTEAU, AN EX-CONSUL TO MARSEILLES,
Washington, D. C, July 2, 10 a. m. At
0:45 o'clock, to-day, President Garfield,
while stepping on the Baltimore & Ohio
cars to return to his family at Long Branch,
was shot twico in the bock, and mortally
wounded. The asiassin was immediately
arrested. Hn is said to be a disappointed
and crazy office-seeker from Chicago.
Washington, July 2, 4 p. m. The presi
dent is resting easier and his physicians
have hopes of his recovery. His would-be
murderer is an ex-consul to Marseilles,
France, named Guitteau who's residence is
in Chicago. The streets are thronged with
an excited multitude and various opinions
as to the cause of the attempt arc ex
pressed. Tho one most generally accepted
is that it is the result ot tho
Conkling political muddle. Its conse
quence to the Republican party, it that
should be the case, is nothing short ot utter
Washington, D. C, p. m. President
Garfield is sinking last. No hope of his
recovery. The excitement in the streets ot
the city is intense, and tho building, in
which the president rests, is surrounding
by an eager crowd, straining
itself to catch the announcements, moment
arily made, of the condition of the dying
president. Deep imprecations against the
assassin are mingled with speculations as
to the effect of the president's death upon
the couutry iu general.
Washington, D. C. !l p. m. The presi
dent's condition is not changed.
He is still lying in a stupor
and his physicians are sorely disappointed,
an. i have no hope of his recovery. Every
medical and other attention have been
given the dying man, but without any sign
of rallying him.
Washington, I). C, 9:35 p. in. At 0:30
the president gave signs of improvement
and in a few minutes rallied. Tho attend
ing physicians are now hopeful and
believe that, unless there iB a
relapse, his chances of recovery
are good. The excitement outside is una
bated, and there seems to bo a strong dis
position to do violence to the vilo pcrpetra
tor of the awful deed.
Tho last dispatch arrived at 10:43 o'clock
last night and was to the effect that Guit
teau, the assassin, had been killed, and that
there were slight chances of Garfield's re
covery. How or by whom the murderer
had been killed was not stated ; but the
supposition is that a mob, composed in part
of the populace and the military, did the
Mr. C. Edicker has sold his vegetable
stand to Mr. Herman Schmcltzdorf and has
removed into his new house at the corner
of Second street and Commercial avenue,
where he will conduct a restaurant.
Our readers will find on page second
tho first installment of a beautiful English
story which for fine flow ot language, fresh
description and purity of diction is unex
celled, aad cannot fail to please old and
young. The story will be continued for
several weeks in tho Sunday edition (and
in the weekly) and will undoubtedly prove
fully as interesting as "Prides Conflict,"
County Clerk 8. J. Humm will com
mence moving into his own office to-morrow
or Tuesday. It is nearly finished, and looks
elegant. Tho walls are heavenly blue and
the ceiling is a light shade of pink ashes
of roses, maiden's cheek, or something like
that. Sheriff Hodges' room is finished in
a similar manner, excepting that the ceil
ing is a little darker shade, coronation pink,
the ladies would probably call it. The oc
cupants of tho rooms will now feel better,
and are doubtless grateful to the able cor
oner and jailer of Alexander county who,
for tho time being, rose to the dignity of
superintendent of the work.
A committee was appointed at tho
meeting of the temperance club at Reform
hall last Friday night, which is to confer
with committees of the other temperance
organizations in tho city, and como to
somo conclusion in the matter of enforcing
the Sunday laws of tho city and state. It
will be the primary object of theso commit
tees to enforce the ordinances against Bell
ing liquor on Sunday, and minor desecra
tions of the day will also receive attention.
The step is one of great importance, and,
if vigorously followed up, will create con
siderable ill feeling between man and man.
Duo deliberation will, of course, be exer
cised in the matter by those who undertake
to carry out this plan.
The maximum temperature for six
tcon hours preceding threo o'clock p. rn.,
yesterday, (Washington time) wcro as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 82; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 82; Davenport, Iowa, 80; Dubuque,
Iowa, 80; Keokuk, Iowa, 81; LaCrossc,
Wii., 83; Leavenworth, Kas., 81; Louis-
villo, Ky., 82; Memphis, Tenn., 80; Nash-
J) EAR MRS. , I am so glad to hear from you and that the weather ia bo
cool and pleasant where you arc, for the mercury in the thermometer has
ascended in a balloon and nothing but a bloomer costume is 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 down town the other day, and having: a few
moments upon my hands, I stepped into J. Burger's, and saw a full line of corsets
nice ones too for 35 cents, worth at least 75 cents; larjre size parasols. 20
cents, cheap at !15 cents; farmer satin ones, 50 cents, worth 91.50, 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 saw ten and fifteen cent handkerchiefs selling
for five and ten cents, lie has some new styles in pillow shams and tidies with
Frenchnames, Apelacate, (Dossier Erode). How do you like my French, dear?
Remnants, Julia, of all kinds, which, he says, he must sell at any price 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 asking1 a hi? price be
cause he can get it, but believes in buying goods cheap and selling them like
wise, so a.s to keep things moving. His business is increasing all the time, sure.
1 read Nome merchants' advertisements about goods going np. By Mr. Burgers
prices I think New York must believe different. Well, yon know some mer
chants never w ill 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.
Yon 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.
ville, Tenn., 80; Omaha, Neb., 85; Pitts
burg, Pa., 80; Shreveport, La., 87; St.
Louis, Mo., 84; St. Paul, Minn., 84; Vicks
burg, Miss., 70; North Platte, Neb., 85;
Bismarck, Dak., ; Dodge City, Kan., 83.
For some time past it has been ru
mored about town that the Cairo 'Temper
ance Betorra Club, having failed to prevent
the sale of liquor at the park to morrow,
by petitioning the committee having the
matter in charge not to do so, would resort
to legal means to accomplish this purpose.
It was said that the park had been donated
to the city on condition that no intoxicants
of any kind were to be sold within its limits,
and that, therefore, the council had no
right to grant to the committee the right
to sell liquors; and it was further
said that the ordinances of the city require
that liquor shall be sold nowhere within
the limits ot the corporation, except under
a license, at the rate of one hundred and
fifty dollars per year, and that such license
shall not be issued for a less period than
six months. The city council had, there
fore, no right to grant to the committee
the privclcge to sell liquors without that
committee first obtaining license to sell it.
The council, it was Bald disregarded both
these points and granted the right to sell
liquors in the park Ixith against the condi
tions under which the city holds the park
and against its own ordinances. Whether
or not these two points would serve as a
sufficient ground for an injunction it is
difficult to say, but it is doubtful. At any
rate, the club han removed all cause for ap
prehension in the matter by resolving not to
interfere in a legal way with this celebra
tion, chiefly because the fire department of
the city is so prominently concerned in it.
The resolution is commendable.
The telephone company has deter
mined that there shall be no more occasion
for dissatisfaction when they are done with
the work of overhauling tho system, which
they have now begun. One hundred new
poles nre on the way here and will be
placed in the stead of the ones now in use.
They arc fifty-five feet high, twenty feet
higher than the old ones, and are, in every
respect, better. The new switch board is
also a great improvement, which will
lighten tho duties of MiBi Pitcher some
what duties that grow to be very tire
some at times, because of the unvarying
sameness, mid dianrecabla at r others,
because of the coarse utterances of
angered subscribers. Thomannger, Mr. F.
S. Kent, has given tho matter close atten
tion and he is satisfied that when the pro
posed improvements have been completed
there will be no more occasion for dissatis
faction from subscribers. The company
having the system in charge is the best in
the United States, and has given entire sat
isfaction wherever it has full control. The
chief cause ot the disorder here, asTns
Bulletin and others have suggested, lies
in the manner in which the wires are
stretched and with this work the present
owners had nothing to do. They bought
the wire system from another company,
not knowing that it was in such bad
condition. Now, however, there is to bo a
reconstruction of the cntiro system, which
will involve the expenditure of Bevoral
thousand dollars, and, when this work is
done, all will be well. The company de
sires to maintain the system here and make
it a profitable investment to itself; it knows
that, in order to accomplish this, it must
romovo all cause for complaint from sub
scribers, and this it has determined to do.
Let us wait patiently and see what the noar
future will bring forth.
A COOKING STOVE for sale, with two Iron pom
two bake pane and tw griddles: will bo told
fur ti n dollars. Apply at Bulletin office.
ALL persons wbo have 10 far failed to pay atten
tion to the notices given them to pay their
street taxes, are requested to do no Immediately or
legal steps will be taken eealnat them.
THABKK ART Eli, Collector.
rjX) WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
All person holding building certlflcatrs of the
Cairo Turn (iemeinde are herebrrcaiie-ied to pre
sent the same to 8. Brnwanitz, (City Brewery), for
payment, from Jane Mtb, 1HM. to June Wtb. lxs.
JOHN A. KOKHLEB,
kl). A. BUDEK,
8TOVK9 AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
rjIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, President.
H. L. BALLIDAT, Vice-President.
THOS. W. UALLIDAT, Cashier.
STAATt TATLOB, W. P. HALLfTJA T ,
BURT L. HALLIDAT, R. B. OUHHINQUAH,
. n. anjJAHsoii, stipbih bird,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND 80I.D.
Deposltsrecelvcd and a general tanking basinets
OPENED J ONE FIRST.
It Is situated In Pope County, Illinois. In a spnr
of the O.ark Mountains, half way between Vienna
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICS IN ABUNDANCE. The table la spread
with all tha rtolicacioa of the Season. Tim
waters are mineral, appetltlng and health giving,
and their bene tidal effect are felt Immediately.
i, iv imunn, i rupnutor.
PUBLIC SALE OP LOTS IN RAILROAD AD
Pnhllc notice Is hereby given, that, an Saturday,
July 0th, 1881, at 10 o'clock a m. at court house In
the city or i:atro and state or Illinois, the lots In
Railroad addition to the city of Cairo remaining
unsold op to said day, will bo sold at auction to the
highest bidder for cash. Provided bids must ho
not less than the once nlaced on said lota hv tlm
commissioner! heretofore- appointed under ordi
nance No. 45. D. J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
Cairo, in., done S7th, lbtfl.