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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
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HTB&KD AT TBI TOtl OinOI IH CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS StOOND-CLAM XATTKB.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Cairo, 111.. Aug. 1, 181.
Time, Br. Tber. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
I) ' SH.IO
Temperature. W; Minimum Tern
Hatu u. inches.
River, 13 feet 2jiociie.
Fall, 6 lnchee.
W. H. RAY.
Sen't Signal Oorpi, V. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thin column, eight centa per line for
trat and five centa per line each aubaequent Inaer
lion, For one month, 60 cents 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. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beavcrage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
Buf the Improved Howe Scales nc
" knowlcdged the best made. Borden, Sel
leck A Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My waqjons 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, ill. Tel
ephone No. 93. P. M. Ward.
Dr. Kline's Great Norve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Don't Forget The Place
Where you can get a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well as in the
day time, at Avinger's European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 72
The next of the series of Dime Concerts,
given under the aupices of the Methodist
Ladies' Aid Society will be given at the
Methodist church Tuesday evening, Aug.
2d 1881. Chicago ice cream and cake
served to all who may wish in the lecture
room after the concert. Give us a full
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
I ne bust salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, mapped Hands, chilblains, corns, and
an Kinds ot skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or aioney refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals will be received by tho under
signed until 2 o'clock p. m. Monday Augubt
1st, 1881 for furnishing and delivering on
the county road, leading Irom the city
limits of Cairo, at termination of Sycamore
street, to the new iron bridge over Cache
river, sufficient gravel to cover said road 16
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
gntvel must be of good quality for the pur
pose and satisfactory to the undersigned or
Bucn person as lie may designate tc receive
the same. Contractors will be required to
commence at the southerly end of their
contract and complete as they work north
ward. Tho right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Tnos. W. Halliday,
Chairman of the County Board Alexander
Caiuo, III., July 21, 1881.
Dtsi'EI'hia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by usinc Wrieht's Indian Vein-la.
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
enure system. (3)
A second hand piuno, in good order and
a first-class mstrumout. Prico 150. An
lily to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 33 Tenth
The Animal Meeting
Of the Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid
Society will e held on Tuesday, the 2d
day of August next, at 2 o'clock p. ni. in
the Reform Club room. All members are
earnestly requested to be present. Others
are respectfully invited to attend. Respect
lully and traternally,
Thomas Lewis, Sec.
Use The Caiuo Bulletin scratch books,
or salo at the office, 1200 No. 3 Irnok
leaves to the-dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
Counter Scales for Sale.
Three pairs of counter scales, in trood
order. Apply to No. 70 Ohio Levee,
The Great Oil Stove.
- The "Argand" is the boss coal oil cook
tove for iumroor work. Over two hunrtrf.il
old in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dig
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Are., Cor. Twelfth.
A Urge flat-boat, suitable for building
purposes, 170x20. Apply to
In charge of Brown's coal fleet.
Two houses and loto, cn Bouth side of
Nineteenth street, near Commercial avenue.
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
Notice ililitary Company.
Every member of the Cairo Military
company is requested to attend a meeting
of the company at Scheel's hal! on Wednes
day night, for the purpose of preparing to
be mustered in on Friday night. By order
0f the proper authority.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In theaa coinmni, ten centa per line,
each Insertion. Marked
-Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Mr. Hutjh Callahan has a large flat
lxat for sale as may be seen from special
The military company met for drill at
Scheel's hall last night.
The eolored poople held a barbecue at
Locust grove yesterday afternoon and even
ing. Blank chattel mortgages for salo
single or by the quire at The Bulletin
Mrs. Smith Torrence has returned
from her visit to New Albany, Ind.
M.J. Howley offers two houses and
lots for sale up town.
C. W. Henderson advertises the boss
oil stove this morning.
The Prograine of the dime concei t at
the Methodist church will be found in
The city council will hold its first reg
ular meeting in this month at the chamber
Members of the Cairo Military Compa
ny will find a notice of interest to them in
For fine shoes, go to Haythorn's.
By cutting through the wall ten pris
oners escaped from the jail at Murphysboro,
111., Friday evening.
"A chestnut-sorrel 1 maro rather young
and of goood build." is looking for an
owner at Paducah.
Maud 8. has been attracted to Buffalo
by a purse of $3,500, and will attempt
something marvelous on Thursday next.
The cost of changing the guagc ef the
southern division of the Illinois Central
railroad on Friday was about $300,000.
Do not forget that Haythorn is the
leading shoe dealer.
It is rumored at Berlin that Carl
Schurz is to succeed Andrew D. White as
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopesall colors, sizes 5, 6, 6 ami 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
Oft flam nl pa nnd nrirea
Mr. Ambrose Pyatt is having a new
show window built in tho front ot his res
taurant at the corner of Fourth street and
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
"Probably warm and oppressive" was
Vennor's prophesy concerning yesterday's
weather. He was right. To-day is to be
Preparations for laying a much needed
brick walk on the west side of Commercial
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
are in progress.
The Emperor et Gcimany herred upon
Proi. Wm. Dwight Whitney, of
Massachusetts, the order of merit made
vacant by the death of Thomas Carlyle.
About eight o'clock last night three
negroes named Nason Parker, Louis Park
er and "Windy Jim." ouarre ed and
fought on Commercial avenue, below Sixth
street. They will be tried to-day.
The steamer Octavia, Captain Avin
ger's boat, which is to make regular daily
trips between here and Columbus, Ky.,
arrived on Sunday, and made her. first trip
Mr. II. C. Loflin yesterday removed
ins news stand from near the comer of
Sixth street and Ohio levee into the build
ing formerly occupied Mr. John Antrim on
The funeral of Mrs. Ellis, a colored
woman, who had been in the employ of
Col. J. S. Rearden for sonio time, and who
died Sunday, took place yesterday. Her
remains were f attended by a large proces
sion of friends and were interred at Villa
-Married At Charleston August 1st,
by tho Rev. Charles O. Jones, Gcorgo liar
risson Loach, M. D. and Emily Frederica
Phillips, both of this city. No cards. Dr,
and Mrs. Leach are both well known in
this city and have many friends who will
Quite a numerous party of Cairo
young people went to Mounds Junction yes
terday evoningto attend a dance and sociablo
given by one of tho prominent residents
there. Some of them loft by rail, others in
buggies, and tho intention was to remain
until about four o'clock this morning.
Paducah Enterprise, 31st: A protrac
ted meeting is being carried on by tho
Baptist at Olivet church, about four miles
from this city, on tho Cairo road. Tho
pcoplo for milus around, will attend tho
meeting to-day, ftnj we understand a great
man will go from this city. A splendid
dinner will be spread at noon to-day.
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, im.
The walking match that was called for
by Mr. Andrew Williams fn the Sunday
Bcllktin has fallen through. Mr. Geo. O
Farris, the challengced man, met Mr. Will
iams on Sunday at the homo, of Mr. Harry
Warden with the intention of closing the
bargain, but, for some reason, no under
standing jvas arrived at.
The President s progress bat been so
satisfactory in tho past few days that those
about him seem to have abandoned all
fear as to the final result. His condition
has been very satisfactory, and there is
nothing to indicate an interruption of the
favorable symptoms. lie is in good spirits
and full of confidence.
The first car loadjof imported Sellers
was received yesterday from Europe by
Henry Breihan, who has the sole agency of
these celebrated waters hero and will here
after keep a full stock to supply his cus
tomers at wnoiesaic. ineso waters are
shipped iu good shape in stone jugs packed
in hampers and contain all the properties
in full strength that has given them
world wide reputation.
A change all around has taken place
in the post office of this city. Mr. W. D
Lippett has resigned his position in the
money order department and taken a posl
tion with Messrs. Charles Galigher A Son
Mr. J. A. Woodson bos taken the place
vacated by Mr. Lippett. Mr. Louis Lohr bss
been promoted U the position of delivery
clerk, and Mr. Casey Stites will occupy the
place vacated by Mr. Lohr.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p: rn.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattunooga,Tenn., 1)0; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 00; Davenport, Iowa, 89; Dubuque,
Iowa, 87; Keokuk, Iowa, 93; LaCrosse,
Wis., 87; Leavenworth, Kas., 91; Louis
ville, Ivy., !i2; Memphis, Tcnn., 91; Nash
ville, Teun., 93; Omaha, Neb., 1)0; Pitts
burg, Pa., 85; Shreveport, La., 00; St
Louis, Mo., 95; St. Paul, Minn., 88; Vicks.
burg, Miss., 94; North Platte, Neb., 89 ;
Yankton, Dak., 89; Dodge City, Kan., 87;
BiBinarrk, Dak., .
Mr. Wm. Waring, the baggage man on
the Sunday excursion train on the Cairo &
St. Louis railroad, fell from the
train when it was near Elco and was stun
ned tor quite a while, but not seriously
hurt. His absence from the tmiu was not
noticed until it had run about ten miles
without him, when the route was re
traced with the train part of the way and
with a hand-car the balance until he was
found lying in an insensible state by the
side of the track. He was brought to Cairo
and his injuries attended to by Dr. Gordon,
lift was able to be out again yesterday,
Yesterday was election day in Ballard
county Ky.The most important question be
fore the people was that involving the re
moval of the county seat from Blandville
to Wicklifle. The excitement was, of course,
very great and both parties were out in
full power; but it is the opinion ot persons
who were over there that the Wicklifle
party has the upper hand and that the seat
will be retained where it is. Late last
evening we heard the results from the four
most important precincts in the county,
viz: Barlow, Wicklifle, Arlington and
Blandville, and these gave Edington, the
Wickfill'e man, a majority of ninety-one
over Jno. l)avia,the Blandville man.
Yesterday evening, about seven o'clock,
two black women had a lively fight at the
comer of Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. Officer Tyler came upon them and
undertook to arrest them, when they turned
upon him and one of them cut him several
times across the back of the hand with a
piece of glass, causing the blood to flow
freely from three or four deep
gashes. He finally succeeded to bringing
them to tho jail gate to whore ho was fol
lowed by a throng of boj'R, men and wo
men, both black and white. Arrived at
the gate tho brother of one of the women
caused more trouble by interfering in
behalf of his sister, and the officer
was compelled to take him
also and locked him up. The trio will be
tried to day.
A large, Btrong mule, belonging to Mr.
Julius Serbian, was bitten in one uf his
hind legs by a snake some time ago, which
caused the leg to swell to nearly
trebble its natural size. Yet it
did not seem to seriously
inconvenience him and Mr. Serbian, while
trying various remedies, worked him some
times. Hut the remedies did not seem to
have any effort on the swelling and the leg
continued to increase in size and ugliness.
A tew days ago, after having flnishod a
day's work with apparent case, tho mule
laid down in tho back yard and, after toss
ing about 111 great agony from Saturday
noon until Sunday afternoon, gave up the
ghost. This is tho second mulo that Mr.
Serbian has lost this summer. The first one
was overcomo with heut.
If any one wauts to see the tendency of
the agu to gambpng, let them take a ram
ble in any of tho businoss centers of tho
larger cities, and see the money daily put
up on tho result ol anything in doupt, from
a game of base ball to the price of a hushol
of wheat at tho closo of, the daily market.
It may pe horrifying to think of, but thero
are thousands of dollars dependant upon
tho death of tho president and tho czar of
thoRussiiis. Taking chances to make or
break is sadly on tho increase, and thous
ands upon thousands of tho young men of
the country can be seen daily drlfling into
tho maelstrom which is making beggars and
millionaires in proportion of one of the
latter to ton thousand of the former.
-From a copy of the "New Albany
(Ind.) Daily Ledger," of Tuesday March
19th, 1801, handed us by Col. Roarden, rcf
ertmce is made in a number of places,
Cairo and other matters that are quite inter
csting to read at this late day. In one
place it devotes nearly a quarter of a col
umnto a description of tho wharl-boatsnud
a table showing tho freight tonage irom this
point of the Illinois Central railroad for the
year 1800 and for the months of January
and February in 1801. Of tho wharf-boat
it says: "In regard to the new wharf-boat
of Graham, Halliday & Co., tha Cairo City
Gazette says : The new wharf-boat of Messrs
Graham, Halliday & Co., will be delayc
in its arrival here a few days longer than
was anticipated. We learn from them that it
will be ready about the middle of next
week." Here follow tho dimensions o
the wliBrf-boat. According to tho account
concerning the business of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, the receipts in freights ot the
road at this point during the year 18G0,
was 200, 153,90!) lbs; the money receipts
for the same was 130,780.18
But that the business of
tho company increased rapidly
is evident from the fact that the tonuage of
freight received during the months Jan
uary anil February of 1861
was 125,812,252, and the receipts for tho
same was $313,339.72. But this rate of
increase did not continue very long and
during last year, twenty years later, the
gross tonage received by the company at
this point was 833,612,500 pounds upon
which the charges were $940,000. These
figures show a great reduction in freights.
The paper also contains a speech m ado by
Senator Brcckcnridge, in discussing a rcso
lution offered in the senato by Mr. Doug
lass. He takes occasion in this speech to
criticise the first inaugural address ofTresi
dent Lincoln, holding that if tho president
carried out the views he therein expressed,
a collision between the northern and south
ern states would be inevitable. His prcdic
tion proved true, as everyone knows.
Coroner Richard Fitzgerald is able to be
out agaiu, after an illness ot a week or ten
Miss Van Cleve, of Belleville, is. in the
city, visiting her sister, Mrs. A. C. Coleman
Jasper Dickinson, lately clerk in the 111!
nois Central railroad office, left foi his home
in Centralia yesterday.
MifB Laura Vinyard, of Milford, Del., ia
in Cairo, visiting tho family of her uncle,
Mr. John Thistlewood.
Mr. C. M. Howe and family, and Miss
Emma Riley left Saturday for visit to
Capt. W. II. Walker Mt Saturday for
Memphis to attend to his docks there.
Mr. C. A. Moore and wife returned on
Saturday from a visit to Memphis.
Mr. Swallow has returned from his visit
to the east and has again resumed his posi
tion in the office of Messrs. Chess Carley
A RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
IllKD'S I'OtNT THE SCENE.
Oil Saturday evening an accident occur
red on tho Iron Mountain railroad at Bird's
oint, which resulted in seriously injuring
two men, one of them, perhaps, fatally. A
switch engine and train men were employed
in making up a train and were in the act
ot making a "running switch," when the
engine and a number of cars were untracked
by a cow that attempted to cross before the
train. The cars were thrown into a heap
in such a manner as to blockade the track,
and tho work of replacing them was hast-
ly begun. In doing so a heavy cable and
an engine wero used, and while tugging at
the wreck some of the cars unexpectedly
rolled over burying beneath them. Mr.
Dunningan, the yard master, and a train
Tho former had his left hip dislocated and
was bruised ititernally and externally. Tho
atter, whose name is Sullivan, was also
somewhat dangergously injured in various
ways. The two men were speedily gotten
out of their perilous positions and taken to
a house near by, where they wero made as
com fort" hlo as possible until Dr.
Dunning, who had boon summoned
in the meantime arrived. Tho
The injuries of the men were skillfully
dressed and yesterday alteruoon tho victims
were doing as well as it is possible for
them to do. The doctor docs not appre
hend that tho injuries of cither oftlio men
will prove fatal.
KEAL ESTATE CHANGES.
MONDAY, AUGUST IsT.
County clerk of Alexander couuty to
Ebonezer A. Burnett, tax deed, dated July
aOth, 1881, for lots thirty-ono and thirty
two, in block eighty-five; and lot five, in
block ninety, in the first addition to the
city ot Cairo.
County clerk of Alexander county to Eli
W. Green; tax doed, dated July 25th, 1881,
tor lot six in block ninety, in the first ad
dition to the city of Cuiro.
Taylor & Parsons to Singer Manufactur
ing Company; deed, dated July 11th, 1881,
lor blocks numbered ten, cloven, twelve,
twenty-four, twonty-fivo, twcnly-slx and
the streets between Baid blocks, in the fifth
addition to th city of Cairo.
'Emelie F. Phillips to Louisa E. Margaret
C, John Howell, G. A. and George H.
Phillips, special warranty deed, dated July
80th, 1881, for lots nine, ten and eleven, in
block thirty-eight, in the city of Cairo.
Taylor & Parsons to W. P. Halliday;
special warranty deed, datod July 1st, 1881
for block nine and lots ono to twenty-six in
clusive and twenty-eight to thirty-eight in
clusive.in block twenty-seven and that part
of thirty-fifth street adjacent thereto, in the
fifth addition to the city of Cairo.
- John Devino was arrested by Officer
Dunkcr yesterday for being drunk and dis
orderly. Esquire Osborn fined him five
dollars and costs.
Marshal Myers arrested Charles Parroti,
Mat. Harris, "Dick" Taylur, W. H. Critch
low, Dudley Irvin ami Jas. S. Critchlow,
on Sunday tor playing craps. Magistrate
Comings fined each from ten to twenty
dollars and costs.
Gerty Waters was fined five dollars mid
costs tor disorderly conduct?
CONCERT AT 51. E. QrRCH.
THIS EVENING, AUGUST 2o, 8 O'CLOCK.
1. "Down by the River Side, I Stray,"
2. "Loves Request," Reichardt-Miss
3. Duet "Life's Dream is O'er," Maud
Ritteuhouse and Annie Riley.
4. Solo "One day," Marion Miss
5. "Consider the Lilies," Topliff-Miss
ft. nillt"f Sa-lll.iil' Tranni.viunllw"
Mrs. Dewey and Miss Henneberger.
7. Solo "Happy as a Bird," Miss Lida
8. Duet "Good Night, dearest," Mr
Aisthorpc and Miss Annie Pitcher.
9. Recitation, Miss Emma Kettle.
Don't forget the ice cream and cake after
WORK FOR THOSE WHO WANT IT
The Singer Manufacturing Company
want an unlimited quantity of red gum
blocks, three feet long, for which they
will pay at the rate 3.00 per cord cash on
delivery, at their grounds above the Box
factory. To good reliable men the Com
pany will furnish saws for cutting the
blocks and will keep them in order. Part
iculars aa to sizes and prices may be obtain
ed by calling at the works, or reading the
bills scattered around in town and country.
The Sinoeh Manf'u Co.,
LETTER FROM AN OLD CAIROITE.
Cleves, O., July 28th, 1881.
Dear Old Bulletin I am sorry to say
that I am still a sojourner in Cleves, but let
me assure you that I intend to shake the
dust of the place from off my brogans
just as soon as I can make arrangements
to leave. I really expected and intended to
bo in Cairo about the first of last Annl
But as Burns has it, "that best laid schemes
o, mice and men gang aft agley." I am
realizing the truth of this Aphorism in the
fact that contrary to wishes and expectation
I am still an unwilling citizen of this
hamlet, but I have been so egregiously
disappointed and deceived in the matter of
closing up my affairs, and collecting debts,
due me that I could not get away. I am
very certain that it would not do for me to
leave until I had closed up my business in
person as far as possible. If I left my ac
counts in the hands of others to bo'paid at
some futuro time, just as soon as my absence
became conspicuous, these claims would
be worth at least ten per cent less than
However, I am encouraged in the belief
that, at some time in the near future, I
will be ready and more than willing to bid
Cleves and its hypocritical Psalm-singiug
My life here is and has been for the last
nine years what might bo called semi-rural.
In that time, I have learned to hate the
unsophistication, ignorance and narrow
ness of a little country town. I like better
the artificiality and broad liberality of a
Thiapliico is about 100 years old; is
situated on tho I. C. & L. R. R.,
ono milo from the Oho river, and
fiftccen miles from Cincinnati in Hamilton.
county, Ohio; contains 900 inhabitants,
threo churches, five Btorcs, two school
houses,' one for whito and tho other for col
ored children, nine saloons, or doggeries,
all well patronized. Tho citizens are stupid,
penurious, and as mean as thoir friend, the
dovil, wants them to be. A largo number
of them raise "yaller corn" and hogs, many
of them work a little through the summer,
and whittle store boxes and talk about
Iiobscs and dog fights during tho winter.
D n such surroundings, and such a modo
We havo no manufacturing establish
ments, mills, or indeod, anything of the
kind to indttce mechanics or anybody else
to locato hero,' Men who do not farm a
Ittlo, cko out an uncertain living by work-
ng on tbo railroad, that runs through tho
village. And wo havo In all probability
tho worst schools iu tho state. Tho princi
pal is tho quintessence of stupidity, and a
pedantic lgnoramous, but a very Baplent
fellow, in his own conceit. He was em
ployed simply on account of his politics,
and I regret to have to say that tho chap
pretends to be a democrat, when in fact he
has all the attributes and requirements of a
stalwart republican; the town seems to be
finished, as it has not increased in wealth,
population or intelligence, for the last S3
Now I opine you would like to know,
why in the devil I come here, and under
took to do business? I'll tell you. Unfor
tunately I was born near this village, at a
very early period of my life, and of course
I very naturally imbibed a predelection
for the locality. I lived, or rather stayed
here until I was twenty-five years of age
and have a good many relations in tho
I had been away from' the place thirty
five years, knew just about nothing in re
gard to the town or the pcoplo, was told by
pretended friends that it was a bully place
lor merchandising, and so I came here in
1873 and here I am yet, but hope and trust
that ore long I may be able to leave Cleves
and its profanum vulgus citizens.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be tho best, us well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to tho
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home nnd save freight, and give
is just the size and weight be wants, I will
tell tho plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor ono
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 tho advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, S. Hutchinson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
FOR SAI.E-A irood fruit farm 1; mllee went
or tohdii Matlou, I. C. , R. md mi roda
rromtha Cairo and Hi. Loula railroad. About SO
KTfi,.ln k,Pd" of ,rult oi re tlnibfr.
Will I aold on lone time and low Interva u Atioly
for further particular" to John Llinhcrt, Cairo,
ACOOKINO OT'jVK for (ale. with two Iron bota
two ihake pana and twa enddled: will b ao'.d
fortn dollar. Apply at Bulletin office.
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It It aituated In Pope County, lllinola. In a epnr
of the Oiark MonntaloP, half way between Vienna
and Oulconda. Its
Surroundings are Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABL'MDANCE. The table la apread
X with all the deliraciea of the eeaann. The
watt-rt are mineral, appetirlng and h-a!th (rlnng,
and their brnedclal effect rf f.ilt Immediately.
J. R. II 110 WN, Proprietor.
VARIETY STOKE. i
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet) 1.iiin Til
Commercial Avenue I llUIUt 111a
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
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Alphalieta, 5(1 , Hlirn, Carriage, Car, Frexeo, and
Decorative I'alntlug, AO. Japanene ornamentation
1J. Standard Blan Writer, 9. Standard Hcroll
llook, II. Hcrolli and Ornamenta, (Loadolphe) $1.
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