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TEE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUftDAY ' : MORNING, JULY 24, 1881.
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
Office: Bolletii Balldlcc, Wubiatoi Atdq
SNTKBED AT TBS POST orFICl IN CAIRO, IL
UNOIS, A MOOND-CLAM XATTH.
OFFlOiAL PAPIBOF CITV AND COUNTY
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
0io. Ill,, July -a, iwi. i
fS; Br. Thar. Baa. Wind. Vel Weather.
i p.m K9.87
u.imnm TumHittntt. 1: Hlntmom Tern-
anttar rto ; Rata O.ou tnchee.
;iver, WfeeUI luchoi. Rise, 8 Inchee.
Serg't Signal Corpi. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this column, eight cent per line for
trot and five centa per Una each anbcu,uent Inter
turn, For one month, SO centa per line.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louii
C. Herbert, near tho corner of Eighth
street and Commercial - avenne. The
"trippleX" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy bcaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 centa each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
Over IOu'.OOO Howe fcales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, Sel
lcck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
Headache is effectually cured by
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
On Saturday morning, at ten o'clock, the
old atheneum building will be sold at
auction to the highest bidder. Sale will
take place on the premises.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Disease
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
Btreet, Philadelphia, Penn.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra chargo
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
tanner. 1 sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can bo ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions wai ranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a . farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
it just the size and weight he wants, I will
sell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail for one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantatro earned bv
saviug freight. It is very siraplo and easy
to mane, ena ior circular and price
tlis. 8. Hutchinson, Griggsvillo, Pike Co.,
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received bv thn nrwW
signod until 3 o'clock p. m. Monday August
isi, looi ior lurnisiung ana delivering on
the county road, leading from the city
limits of Cairo, st termination of Sycamore
street, to tho new iron bridge over Cache
' river, sufficient gravel to cover said road 1G
feet wide, and 12 inches deep in center,
sloping to a depth at the sides of six inches.
Parties must state in their bids the price
per cubic yard, the kind of gravel, whether
washed or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose to gravel. The
gravel must be of good quality for the pur
pose and satisfactory to the undernigned or
such person as he may designate tc receive
the same. Contractors will be required to
commence at the southerly end of their
contrMt complete as they work north
ma an 7m riKhti? rcserved to reject any
Co?lS yBowd Alexander
Cairo, III, July 21, igsi.
Don't Forget The place
Where you can get a hot meal at all times
at any hour of the night as well e in V
day time, at Avinger's European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 72
The kousohold furniture of the late Mrs
Ada Horn will be sold at the auction room
of Mr. if aha A. Reeve to-night (Saturday)
, at 7 artloclt. Salt will be positive.
Commencing Saturday night, July 23rd,
the Illinois Central Railroad will run an
extra sleeping car between Centralis and
Chicago for the accommodation of travel
from Cairo. Passengers leaving at 4:20
d. m. get sleeper at Centralis 8 :50 p. m.
v K A. H. Hanson,
Gen'l Pass. Agt.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In then commas, ten cents per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Messrs. Barclay Bros, are making some
needed repairs and changes in the upper
stories of their Ohio levee establishment.
Largest stock of ginghams, fine shoes
in the city, at naythorn's.
Health Officer George E. Olmsted yes
terdav ordered eight more persons prop
erty owners, to have new privy vaults con
structed on their premises.
Do not forget that Ilaythorn leads in
the shoe business.
Ten men were fined in Magistrate
Comings' court yesterday for failing to pay
their street taxes. They paid the costs and
their taxes and then departed in peace.
If you have "looked all around" and
cannot find a decent pair of shoes go to
Haythorn's and get them.
The Ohio river marked twenty teet on
the government guage yesterday morning,
at eight o'clock, and twenty and a quarter
feet at six o'clock in the evening.
Ladies should know that naythorn has
the finest hand-made shoes ever shown in
Cairo. They will not squeak.
The city council of Mound City has or
dered the city attorney to draft an ordi
nance increasing the saloon license in that
city from one hundred to two hundred, dol
lars per annum.
Lost a. liberal reward will be given to
the finder of a snail package, containing a
pair of bracelets and a ring, if he will leavo
the same at this office. ,
Mr. Fred. Sticher is having a new
house built on the west side of Commercial
aveuue, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth
streets. When finished, he will convert it
into a barber shop and bath rooms.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
Mr. Marsh Warren is at work raising
the drive-well in front ot Messrs. C. 0.
Patier & Co's store, for the purpose of re
pairing it. It iB eighty-five feit deep and
has been out of order for several days.
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 6, 6 and 10
iust received at The Bulletin office.
t samples and prices.
The following deed was recorded by
Circuit Clerk Irvin yesterday: City of
Cairo to Millie Ann Arter; deed, dated
June 15th, 1881, for lot eight, in block
fourteen, in railroad addition to tho city of
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and Wpst-
lock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenue corner Twelfth street.
Mr. Louis Herbert's frame house,
which was recently removed from the cor
ner of Fourth street to the corner of Four
teenth and Poplar streets by Mr. James
Summcrwcll, has been placed in position
and another story is being built under it.
Lost A pin, emblematic of the Odd
Fellows and Knights of Honor combined.
Finder will be rewarded by leaving samo
at saloon of Joseph Steagala's, northeast
corner ot Sixth Btreet and Commercial ave
nue. Mrs. Maria Guck was fined by Mag
istrate Comings on Friday for owning a
dog and failing to pay license thereon.
Marshal Myers seems to still pursue tho
canine pest and their owners.
Within the last issue of tho Southern
Illinois Advocate, published at Anna, Mr.
W. C. Ussery, who has for a number of
years filled the editorial chair of the Ad
vocate, resigns his position. His successor
has not yet been designated.
Mr. John T. Ronnie, tho Ohio levee
machinist, has been mistaken ior the John
Raney who was fined in Magistrate Com
ings' court on Friday for carrying conceal
ed weapons and gambling implements.
Tho similarity between the names caused
the mistake to be made.
On Thursday night a negro was taken
to the hospital gate by one of the hsckmcn
in the city and left lying outside. He
lsy there groaning for several hours before
he was discovered, when the mayor was
notified, who ordered him to be taken into
the hospital for treatment at the expense of
In Magistrate Coming's court yester
day Aloxander Booth a notorious negro
who lives on Fourteenth street with a white
wife, was tried for beating the woman and
fined five dollars and costs. In the evening
a civil caso between Mr. James Cheney and
a country man named Hall was tried and
occupied the time of tho court until late in
-The house recently purchased by R.
D. Cunningham and removed from the
premise, of Oapt. W. P. Ualllday onto tho
vacant lots opposite tho Episcopal
jvuun;.. uU rourth street will be in
the hands of . carpenters in a
day or two when it will be enlarged and
fitted up to accommodate two families with
five rooms each. Mr. Charles Wilson has
Fulaski Patriot: "Mr. Hunsttcker, ot
Goose Island, Alexander count, was in the
city this week. He is one of Alexander
Co's finest farmers, and has harvested this
year one hundred acres of wheat which
yielded an average of twenty-one bushels to
the acre. This wheat was sold on the river
bank for ono dollar per bushel."
After to-day tho Illinois Central rail
road company will put an extra sleeper on
trains, going from here to Chicago when
these trains reach at Centralia. The rea
son for doing so is that the
sleepers, which arrivo hero from
the south over the Mississippi
railroad Central are usually crowded, so
that passengers going to Chicago from
here cannot be accommodated.
The raffle of a horse and buggy which
took place at Mr. A. Botto's old stand last
night was not decided. About eighty
chances had been sold. The throwing was
very close throughout. At tho first round
Capt. Hodges, A.T. De Baun, Capt. Miller,
of the M. C. R. R. and another gentleman,
each threw thirty-nine. A subsequent
throw resulted in giving Capt. Hodges
thirty-seven, Capt. Miller thirty-five, and
Mr. De Baun and the gentleman aforesaid
each thirty-eight. The matter will be set
tled in some way between the two last
The recent appointments on the Illi
nois Central railroad irom Cairo to Chicago
are as follows : C. A. Beck, assistant gen
eral superintendent, with headquarters in
Chicago; T. J. Hudson, late of the Spring
field division, superintendent of the Chica
go division; W. W. Wilkinson, late of the
middle division, superintendent of the
Springfield division; Trainmaster Frisby,
of the Clinton division, superintendent of
the middle division.
In tho circuit court yesterday, Judge
D. J. Baker presiding, the cases of Charles
Graham and Thomas Lynch were continued
until the next term of court. The case of
Maria Geek, of which so much has been
heard, was finally settled. She was fined
one hundred dollars, it will be
remembed, tor keeping an assigna
tion house and the case was
appealed by her attorneys, Messers. Mul
key and Leek, from the county to the cir
cuit court, where a motion to quash the
indictment was yesterday sustained.
A picnic and barbecue was given at
Wickliffe on Thursday which is pronounced
to have been one of the largest affairs ever
given in Dullard county. People from all
over the county attended and swelled the
number to not less than fifteen hundred.
All the candidates for tho Kentucky legis
lature were present and each told the peo
ple that ho was the bust man in the crowd.
Everybody had a good time. On next Sat
urday another similiar affair will be given
for which preparations are already being
made by tho ladies in the neighborhood of
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 84; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 83; Davenport, Iowa, 85 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 84; Keokuk, Iowa, 85; LaCrosse,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 87; Louis
ville, Ky., 80; Memphis, Tenn., 85; Nash
ville, Tenn., 1)7; Omaha, Neb., 81; Pitts
burg, Pa., 83; Shrevcport, La., 00; St.
Louis, Mo., 87; St. Paul, Minn., 83; Vicks
burg, Miss., 08; North Platte, Neb., 83;
Bismarck, Dak., 78; Dodge City, Kan., ;
Yankton, Dak., 81; New Orleans, La., .
Owing to the chango for the worso in
the president's condition and tho anxiety
of the people to know what results the
next twenty-tour hours may bring forth,
Mr. F. S. Kent will, in compliance with a
dispatch sent by Mr. Tubbs, the general
superintendent of the Western Union tele
graph company at Chicago, keep the office
here open all day to-day, and satisfy tho
public anxiety by posting all dispatches,
received by him, relative to the president's
condition, at the ,' usual place
in tho front ot the office on Ohio levee.
This action, on the part of the management
of tho Western Union, certainly deserves
The Atheneum building and tho ono
adjoining, omipled by Messrs. Chrk and
Incc, were sold at auction by Mr. Sol Silver
y cater J ay morning. The former was
bought by Mr. Thomas Kcane ior one hun
dred dollars, and the latter, by Mr. II. A.
Ilannon for thirty-two dollars. Mr. Kcano
will have the atheneum building torn
down and removed to tho vacant lots on tho
west side of Washington avenuo, between
Eleventh aud Twelfth streets. It will bo
necessary to tear it down and rebuild it,
partly, because it will not bear moving very
well, and partly becanse tho cross streets
are not of sufficient width to permit it to
bo moved through them. Mr. Kcano will
build a large, substantial business house
out of the material.
Some indignation is expressed by in
telligcnt and law-abiding colored people at
the lightness of Virgtnus Green's sentence.
Green Is tho negro who so brutally assault
ed a young colored girl between here and
Mound City a short time ago, and, al
though the deed was characterized by the
most Inhuman treatment of tho victim, tho
guilty wretch was sentenced to only eight
years In tho penitentiary. Theso men ilso
predict that young Hays will be dealt with
more severely, fur the simple reason that
his victim was a- Caucasian. While,
this prediction mayor may not be verified
in so far as the degree of punishment in
flicted upon Hays is concerned, it is not ut
all likely that the jury or tho court will be
Influenced by the tact that the victim was
white. But be this as it may; certain it is
that the wretch guilty of a crime such as
nays and Green are guilty of, deserves to
be punished to the fullest extent of the
A Chicago correspondent of a South
ern Illinois exchange says: "Senator John
A. Logan came up in the cars from Carbon
dale to Chicago on Thursday evening. Ho
was in good health and inclined talk. He
says he has given the Cairo & St. Louis
Railroad Co. grounds at Murphysboro upon
which to erect their machine shops, and
that Murphysboro is growing fiuely. He
was not down to "mend his fences" in
Southern Illinois, and had very little to say
on politics. He is, however, an advocate of
the policy of "let well enough alone," and
is in favor of continuing a man in office bo
long as lie performs his duties well and sat
isfactorily, which means that Capt. Willis
will continue to bo collector ot revenues
for this district. lie says that Guitcau is a
crazy dead-beat from Chicago, who was
never tolerated in the society of respectable
men. He also gave it as his opinion that
the democrats would defeat the republicans
in tho next general election, providing, as
we suggested, that they did not commit
"hari-kari" at the beginning of the cam
paign." The judgment of the county court in
the Winter-Thistlewood case was that tho
city council had primary jurisdiction and
that it ought to have been brought before
that body for adjustment. This decision
would probably have satisfied the prosecu
tion if the time for commencing an action
of the nature ot this caso before
that body had not expired. The law re
quires that contest suits in which the city
council has primary jursidiction shall be
brought before that body wi'.hiu. thirty
days after the election; these thirty days
have expired long ago, and therefore, if tho
prosecution had abided by the decision of
the county court, the case would have end
ed there. But the prosecution did not
choose to give up so easily,therufore it took
the only step it could take to bring tho
case to a trial, namely, an appeal to tho
supreme court of the state. Now, if that
court reverses the decision of the lower
court, and decides that that court had jur
isdiction in the case then the case will
probably be tried; but if the decision ot
Judge Yocum is sustained then Mr. Winter
will not enjoy the honor and emoluments
of the office of mayor ot this prospectively
orreat metropolis. It is bellevid by sonio
who have a knowledge of the cose and the
law that the upper court will sustain the
decision of the lower court, and the reason
given is, that, in the contest caso of Ritten
house vs. Linegar, which was similar in
most respects to the case under considera
tion, tho judgment of Judge Yocum, that
tho county court iiad jurisdiction, was
reversed by tho supreme court of tho
state, which held, as Judge Yocum held in
this case, that the city council ought to de
cide the contest. It is also believed and
said that the determination with which the
prosecution, or rather their client, pursues
the case, is not founded so much upon a
belief that there is really good ground for
expecti ng a favorable jugdment, as it is to
make capital for tho next municipal cam
paign by keeping the defeated candidate
before the people and creating tho impres
sion that he is tho municipal "Me too" to
S. J. Tildou. But this is merely conjec
tured and, you know, conjectures are
well are sometimes true.
Mr. Jacob Roth, of Hot SpringB, is in tho
city making himself at home at the stores
of Messrs. Goldstine & Rosenwatcr. Ho is
hero only on a short visit.
Miss Emma Webster returned from a
visit to Dixon Springs on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Burnett returned from
Dixon Springs last night.
Coroner Richard Fitzgerald was too ill
to be out yesterday. His ailment is not
City Jailer Haz. Martin has been sick for
several days, but is now able to be out
Miss Emma Kettle, of Mound City, has
accepted a position in the establishment ot
Messrs. Smith Bros.
Mrs. C. W. Jocelyn and children have
returned from A' to Pass.
-Tho littlo child of Mr. Albert Trover,
who lives in the upper portion of the city,
died of summer complaint on Friday night.
Mrs. Martin, living on Twenty-eighth
street, died suddenly yesterday morning.
She will probably bo burled to-day.
THE PREHIDKNT SUDDENLY RELAPSES INTO
A VKttT DANGEROUS STATE.
Tho following dispatches wore received
here yesterday :
Washnoton,, July 23, 1 :110 p. m. The
president's symptoms less favorable. Chill
this morning. Pulsu 125, temperature 104.
Discharge from the wound chocked and
some apprehension of aliens forming with
Washington, July 23, 7 p. m. After
the bulletin of ten o'clock a. m.
the president's fever coBtinued. At 11:30
o'clock a. m. he had again a slight - rigor
and his temperature subsequently rose un
til 11 :30 p. m., when it was 104, pulse 125
and perspiration 26. Between this time and
1 p. m. respiration made its appearance
and the temperature began to fall gradu
ally. It is now 101 7-10, pulse 118, respir
ation 25. There has been a free discharge
of puss from tho wound this evening.
It is the opinion of some of the best
physicians in Cairo that all the chances for
tho president's recovery are yet very much
against him and that the symptoms, as
given in the dtopaches abovo quoted, indi
cate an unmistakable case of septicemia,
or blood poisoning, which must necessarily
terminate tho president's life. One of our
prominent doctors of medicino even ven
tured to predict that, if tho dispatches
were true, the country would le in mourn
ing for a dead president within tho next
five days. Yet, in spite of this gloomy
aspect of affairs, tho people will hope for
A. I). Butler's saw mill at Gallatia burn
ed; loss $1,500.
The now chimney of tho Batavia paper
mill will bo 130 feet high when completed.
Dundee sportsmen amuse themselves by
shooting fish on Sunday, from tho bridge.
Sycamore is is about to make another ef
fort to sustain a second militia company.
At Cortland, last week, James Cheasboro
was knocked down aud robbed of $304 in
Tho assessors found only $885 worth of
diamonds In La Salle county but they as
sessed 5,210 dogs.
There are about 200 saloons in La Salle
county, assessed at $12,515 an average of
about $02.50 each.
A Marengc man wants to purchase GoATs
Island, at Elgin, for the purpose of estab
lishing a bath house.
Louise Montagus, Forcpaugh's $10,000
beauty, has been dangerously ill at Galena,
but is now recovering.
C. W. Gould & Co., of St. Charles, have
shipped 00,000 pounds of cheese to Scot
land within t'vo weeks.
The old settlers of Kendall county will
hold their annual picnic Thursday, August
25, on the Bristol fairgrounds.
DeKalb county farmers are offering $2
per day for men to work in the hay fields,
but fiud it difficult to obtain hands.
New industries talked of in DeKalb are
a canning factory, another barb wire fac
tory, a brick and tile yard, and a tannery
In Waterman funds are being raised by
BUlracription tor the erection of a tower,
wind mill and tank, for fire protection.
Sylvester Spangler, of Decatur, aged 32,
who has been subject to epileptic fits for 24
years, has also been adjudged insane.
An terolite weighing about seventy-five
pounds was found in an embankment at
Elgin the other day by Wm.Creighton.
Captain Ben Eyster, of Chicago, who re
cently inflicted mortal wounds on John B.
Schumacher, has been released on $S,00()
Herbert Steele, of Steele's mills, at Ran
dolph county, and Miss Whirley, of Ches
ter, eloped and were married at Salem
At Ottawa the other day a female school
teacher was fined $5 and costs for cruelly
beating and maltreating a pupil under 7
John Walden, Wm. Beck and Geo. Gil
more escaped from jail at Vandalia Wed
nesday night. This is Walden's sixth jail
escape. He is not yet 20.
A vein of coal thirty to thirty-two inches
rn thickness, at a depth of 140 feet,
has been discovered within four miles of
Ottawa, and mines will bo opened immedi
The army-worm is rapidly extending
over Illinois, and in many places farmers
are cutting their crops in advance of their
ripening. A field of forty acres of oats at
Sycamore was ravaged in forty-eight hours.
VmirMHivna hv mnklnff mnn
iuy whun a enldrn chance U
II I 'J I t I koeulne porcrtr from vour
otrerea, inereny aiwaya
MMM-M- do,,,. Those who aiwaya
take advantage of the uixid
chance for making money that aro offered, general
ly Decome weal my, wnuo tnone woo do not im
prove mch chancel rumaln In poverty. We want
many men, women, hoys ami elrin to do work for ni
rlKhtlu their own local It lei, Tho bualueea will
my more tnan ten timet ordinary wapea. We
irnlKhan cipenaenalve outfit and all that von
need free. No one who engauea falla to make
money rapidly. Vnuean devote your whole time
to the work, or only your aparo momenta. Full
Information and all that la needed aent froo. Ad
4reia bTINSON A CO., I'ortland, Maine,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvements
on old enca ; for medical or other compounds, trade
mark! and label. Caveata, Aaalgnmenta, IaU",
ferencea, Appeals, Bulla for Infrfniremant, and
all caae arising under the Patent Lawa. prompt
ly attended to. Invention that nave been
UV IVPWVTl y Pt"t Office may atlll,
txaOEiJXjU in moituute, be patented by
01. Being oppoalte the O. 8. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent btialne eiolnalvely, we can
make cloaer aoarchea, and aecure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claim, than those who
am remote from Washington. .
aminatlona eno. advlae a to patentability, free. or
charge. All correapondence, atrfctlv eonfldontlal .
PricJa low, and no charge nnlea. U"5!I!
Wo refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Itev.V D.Power The f
American National Bank, to olMali lYi;
Patent Office, and to Bonator a ,P7;tV!T?'
In OMtgrea! and especially to out client in ever;
Btate In to Union and In Canada. Address
O. A, SNOW 6c CO.,
Benj. F. Grafton, gT0Ity b. Ladd
Halbert E. Paine.
Late CommlMioner of Patent,
PAINE, GRAFTON fc LADD,
Attorney at-Law and Solicitor of American and
412 FIFTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practice patent law In all Ite branches In the
Patent Offlce, and In the Supreme aud Circuit
ConrU of the United Sutea . f aiuphlet aent free
on receipt of stamp for poataire.
THE GEM 011 STOVE.
ThI Stove needs nu'commontlng upon a It Is
without duubt Hie finuet Oil S'.ov In the market.
The manufacturers have sold over 90,000 and
they have yet to hear of one Hint did not give sat
isfaction. Glass Fruit Jars
and Jelly Glasses
OF ALL, KINJjS.
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Butcher Knives of the well-known minufactrre
Gen. Wilson and Joe Korfirer. A full assortment
of Tin ire at reduced price. Also light tingle
aud double buggy Harness.
A COOKING STiVE tor sale, with two Iron pota
two bake pane and twe gnddlea; will be sold
for ten dollars. Apply at Bulletin office.
OPENED JCSK FIRST.
It 1 otuated In Pepe County, Illinois. In a spur
of the Ozark Mountains, half way between Vienna
and Oolconda. It
Surroundings are Delightful
AIK COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. The Utile Is spread
with all the delicacies ot the season. The
water are mineral, appetizing and health giving,
and their beneficial effects are felt Immediately.
J.R. BKOWN, Proprietor.
OTICK TO CONTRACTOR'S.
OrricopCiTT Cumk. Canto. 111., July Mlh.lRSl.
Healed proposals will be received at thla office,
directed to tho city council, until 5 o'clock p. m.
Wednnsdav. July lh. for furnishing all necessary
material and doing the work of sinking drive well
and furn sning a goon Biiopmniiai yaw
best make for "he Zeme. Bid to bo at ao much per
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Confidential Physician. Over twenty year In
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