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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Offices BnlletU Biilldlmc, WuniftfUm AM
KMTREBD AT TAB rT OWICi W CAIBO, tt
LIKOI8, AS SWJOHD-CLASS MiTTBB.
OrnuiJX PAPER Of CITY AND OOTJHTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
lluo. For oua month, 50 ceuta per Hoe.
To St. Faiil, Mian., August 18th, 1881 via
Illinoii Control K. R. Only $16.25, for
round trip. Tickets good for 30 days. Sleep
ing car from Centralia to St. Paul withouj
change. A.. II. Hanson, Gon'l Pass. Agent.
J. Johnson, Gen'l Agent, Cairo.
The Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to thin city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
h untrv. is a cool and healthy beavorage,
which, once known, will be preforrod to
ve.tv other b-and. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX." .
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
business house of James Carroll, on Com
merciul ave., until 7 r. m., Tuesday, August
16. for doincr the work on the new engine
house of the Anchor Fire Company. Bids
will also be received at the same time and
place for furnishing material for same
Plans and specifications may be seen on ap
plication E. B. CnoATB, ) B ildi
Iiuca Ha want .1.. .
Cairo City Water Works Company.
The books for subscription to the capital
stock of the above named company are now
open at the following placos: Geo. O'Uara's
drug store, G. D. Williamson & Co's store,
F. Korsmeyer's, Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
I. Farnbakcr & Co's, Cor. Seventh and
Commercial, Barclay Bro's, Cor. Eighth
and Washington avenue. And will remain
open for subscription until Wednesday 17th
at 12 o'clock, noon.
Walton W. Wright,
Secretary ot Commissioners.
August 10th, 1881.
55$" Argus copy.
rarnpntmn to work on naimnt
Elevator at beiuiuut, uu. Apply at tne ot-
lice at Belmont.
II. H. Welch, Supt.
Cowb for Sale.
Two No. 1 new milch cows for sale. Ap
ply to R. Fitzgerald, at court house.
. For Sale.
A stationary saw-mill, with capacity of
20,00 feet per day, on river and railroads,
in Southeast Missouri; also 180 acres fine
timber land. M. J. Howley,
Heal Estate Agent.
Ten desirable building lots, N. W. cor.
18th nnd Walnut streets.
M.J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
Worms, that universal disease in child,
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E-
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl 6t, N. Y. City. (4)
To All Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J. B. Bibb.
Dr. Kline'e Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Disoases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 981 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Use Tux Cairo Bulletin scratch books
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
Eight new cottages on Fifth street and
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is the boss coal oil cook
stove fur summer work. Over two hundred
old in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
eale by C. W. Henderson,
i Commercial Ave., Cor. Twolfth.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to bo the best made. Borden,
Heitack & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
Grapes! Grapes It
Received daily at Peter Saup's store, on
Ohio Levee near Sixth street, fresh from
his farm, and sold at low figures.
Two houses and lots, on south side of
Nineteenth street, near Commercial avenue.
M. J. IIowxkt, Real Estate Agent.
Saturday night, at John A. Reeve's sue
tion house, orner Tenth street and Wash
Jngton avenue, large assortment of Crock
ry and Glassware, Furniture, Stoves, Dress
Goods, La lies' ware and notions.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcae In the' coiomtii,
ten cent! por line,
Mob insertion. Marked
Hattie 8. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's.
In business locals will be lound a no
tice tf interest to contractors.
R. Fitzgerald has a couple ot good
milch cows for sale.
Mr. Buchanan, of Henry Elliott & Co.
has gone to Indiana on a few weeks visit.
The flag staff of the city national bank
building sports a new flag, . received yes
terday. New show windows are being plncod
in the front of Messrs. Burger Bro's cloth
ing store on Commercial avew.
Washington avenue, bctwoen Seventh
and Tenth streets, and Seventh street, be
tween Washington avenue and wamui
street, are being sprinkled since Friday.
The Kentucky board of agriculture re
ports that there has boon no such shortage
in crops in that Rtate since 1854. Not
more than half an average yield ot wheat
will be harvested.
-Mr. M. R. Kuhno has successfully re
moved the Episcopal church organ from its
old place to the form latoly prepared for it
and it will be used in the services at the
The continued hot weather has caused
great deal of activity in the hammock
and bunk trade. Nearly every other citi-
zen in uauo nas one or tnc oiuer oi uiubo
conveniences to rest their panting forms
. . i ii ,.r ii
upon and keep cool.
News arrived hero yesterday evening
that the steamer Bedford had sunk in the
Mississippi near Grand Tower, with
heavy cargo ot grain. No particulars
could be learned. The Fannie Tatura is
bringing down the cargo.
Vennor. the astronomer, ia about to
leave Montreal for the white Mountains,
and asks his friends to meet him on tho
summit of Mount Washington between the
15th and 20th of this month, to witness an
extraordinary phenomenon, a midsummer
snow storm. Vennor carefully cautions
his flriends to bring wraps and snow-shoes,
A new counterfeit of the silver dollar
has been detected. Experts pronounce it
the most perfpetever made. It is silver
nlated to resist the action of acids, is of
good weight, 95 per cent, of the genuine,
and has a good coin ring. It bo clearly re
sembles a genuine coin that not one in a
hundred will be able to detect it in ordin
A man named Robert Clemon, claiu
ing to a be marshal of Ashley, Ills., was ar
rested in Mound City a few days ago for
4nn1rAnnADa mrA tf AT PviflfT i?nfl.P1f1 WAATV
ons, ana was fined five dollars and cost).
The state law makes the fine for carrying
concealed weapons alone twenty-five dol
lars; but there seems to be a discrepancy
between the Illinois state law and the
Mound City municipal law.
On next Wednesday, August 17th, the
grangers of Pulaski county will hold their
annual mid-summer fair and festival at Sy
camore grove, one and one-half miles jast,
of Villa Ridge. The organization has pur
chased the grove and intends to make a
permanent picnic ground out of it. A large
dancing floor has been provided and placed
in position for the benefit of the young
people. Every one desiring to do so are re
quested to bring all kinds of farm produce
to the fair.
The steamer W. P. Holiday ran
aground in the Mississippi river opposite
Cairo yesterday evening and was still there
when last heard from. While laying there
in the early part of tho evening end while
the crew were at work on the forecastle
with the derrick, the main spar of the der
rick suddenly broke letting the derrick and
stage planks down with a torr.flc crash nnd
scattering splinters and great chunks of
timber among the men in a reckless man
ner, but fortunately without iniurying any
To a Louisville newspaper reporter,
Governor Blackburn, the doctor-governor
of Kentucky, said, concerning the condition
of the President : "I thought at tho timo
the President was shot that his wound
would prove mortal. I still think so, and
he will undoubtedly die. I boliove the ball
was deflected and struck tho spinal column,
affecting the great nerve. Nothing else could
account for the pain in his feet. This thing
you noticod in the papers about their get
ting him to sign his name in order to test
his nerves, is all foolishness. It is my opin
ion that they got his nsmo signed for tho
purpose of calling Congress together in tho
event of his death.
Several hundred citizens went to St.
Mary's park yesterday afternoon in the ex
pectation of witnessing the races that were
to come off there between a Jackson horse,
"Romeo" and Harry Hill, but they
were disappointed and disgustod,
for the promisou races did not come off.
The owner of the Jackson horse was not
prepared to allow his horse to take part in
the race, and the others could not atrrce
upon one, and henco the wholo affair fell
through. A few more such "fizzles," and
the citizens of Cairo will look upon an an
nouncement that there will be a race, with
sweet Indifference and not without good
-Itisdueto thoEquitable Lifo Assurance
Society to state, that Its plan of Issuing in
contestable policies grows more and more
0A1R0 BULLETIN: SUNDAY iMORNINfl, AUGUST 14, 1881.
popular. As an illustration ot the way the
tiling works, the case of Mr. Alsoru Grace
Ion is cited, who died in Boston, Juno 2nd.
He was insured with the Equitablo Life
for $10,000 and the insurance being 'incon
testable," was paid on the day following
the presentation of satisfactory proofs of
Mr. Garcelon's death, flo was also insured
in other companies, and it is stated that un
der suspicion of suicide, a post mortem ex
amination of the body was made, and evi
dence of poison found ; and consequently
the payment ot bis policies in the other
companies will be likely to be contested
in the courts. The public will generally
prefer to insure their lives with a company
which keeps its insurance contract alter
once having entered into it. Boston Trav
eller. The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding throe o clock p.m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as foi
lows : Chattanooga, Tenn ., 08 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 00; Davenport, Iowa, 80 ; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 76; Keokuk, Iowa, 81; LaCrosso,
Wis., 72; Leaven worth, Kas., 77; Louis-
ville, Ky., 94; Memphis, Tenn., 08; Nash
vi'le, Tenn., 103; Omaha, Neb., 78; Pitts-
bum. Pa.. 04; Shrevcnort, La., 09; St.
Louis, Mo., 88; St. Paul, Minn., 68; Vicks.
burg, Miss., 06; North Platte, Nab., 80;
Yankton, Dak., 70; Dodge City, Kan., 80;
Bismarck, Dak., 74; Chicago, Ills., 00;
Denver, Col., .
A flag stone 25 feet 2 inches Ion?, 15
feet wide and 8 inches thick, that was
quarried at Hickock's quarry, Barryville
Sullivan county, for William H. Vandcr-
bilt,ha8 arrived in New York and has been
safely laid in front of Mr. Vanderbilt'e new
mansion on Fifth avenue. The stone was
transported to the city in a cansl boat that
had been specially prepared for its recep.
tion, and on on its arrival there was taken
out on a floating derrick, which was taken
to a dock as near as possible to the stone's
destination. Then the alone wai loaded on
iron trucks prepared expressly for it and
drawn by six teams of horses to its present
resting place. To prevent any possibility
of cracking by the setting of tbo sand on
which flag stones are generally laid, three
walls of solid masonry were constructed, on
which the stone rests. The stone is said to
be the largest one ever laid, aid it costs
from $5,000 to $6,000 to quarry, transport
and lay it.
This is Vennor's latest prediction. He
was induced to make it, although he had
written that nothing more would be heard
from him until October: The weather of
the week commencing Sunday, August 14,
will, m all probability, be cold and vindy,
with showers and heavier rains throughout
Canada and much of the United States. It
will likely be stjrmy and unseasonable in
a,ent mMu U"g"w o' Brit-
lim ' wnero S8 Bre w
tinue for some days. A snow fall
itupruboblu foi Mount Washington
change in the temperature and the weather
generally in the WeBt would seem to indi
cate that Mr. Vennor's prediction for this
week will be verified as many of
his former predictions have been.
Sergeant Ray Tcports a decline in the tem
perature at Leavenworth, Kansas, and other
places, and a rain ut various places in this
and other states. At Centralis there was
a heavy rain,lastingfour hours, and another
good, refreshing rain at Pulaski only a few
miles trom here, but Cairo and Alexander
county still remain dry.
President Garfield was still alive at
last accounts and his physicians were just
as hopeful as ever of his ultimate recovery.
He rested quietly during the greater part
of Friday night and ate heartily during
yesterday as ho had done for several days
before. While his condition is not ss fa
vorable as might bo expected and every
body would wish, yet, if the intelligent
and experienced men who have him in
charge may be believed, he is doing as well
as anyone afflicted as he is could do.
Thore is yet great danger, of
course, and it is poisible that the
worst fears of the people may bo realized.
Wo should content ourselves with the more
hopeful view ot the case taken by his phy
sicians, and bIiouIi! continue to believe that
he will recovor, until tho actual facts force
us to a different conclusion. At present
there is no reason to be drawn from medical
science, why he should not recover. But
Governor Blackburn, of Kentucky, and sev
eral newspapers choose to take a very dis
couraging, we might say, an unreason
ably discouraging view of the caso. While
the governor and the newspapers aforesaid
are preaching the President's funeral ser
mon in advance, preparations are in pro
gress at Washington to take him out on the
sea for an airing. When Doctor Bliss and
his associates first took hold of their pati
ent, they were very generally lauded as
gentlemen who stood high in their profes
sion and in whose hands tho President
would be perfectly safe, if thoro were any
hope whatever for his recovery. These gon
tlctncn are certainly just as learned and
just as reliable now as they
were three weeks ago, why
then, should they not still enjoy the confi
dence of the people? At any rate they are
apt to know more about the president's
case than either Governor Blackburn or the
newspapers and therefore their opinions are
more deserving of belief. It is likely that
when there is any cause for alarm Doctors
Bliss, Agnuw, Rcyburn, etc., who are in
constant attendance at the president's bed
side, will be first to perceive it and will
sound tho first note; jTtil then the people
iad better rest easy aid entirely ignore the
sensational utterancti of Goveruor Black
burn and tho nowBpalers aforesaid. Only
one dispatch arrived liere yesterday, at 8 :130
a.m., and it shows that the President had
a slight tever at thsj 'imc. It read as lot
lows: "The Presidhe did not sloop as well
as usual during thlrly part of the night,
ftcr midnight, i.ever, his sleep was re
freshing and only broken at long intervals.
This morrlng ho has had a little fever,
nevertheless he expresses himself as feeling
better for several days past. Tulse 104,
temperature 100 8-10. Respiration 19.
Mr. R. H. Cunningham and family have
laft Michigan and are now at Sheboygan,
Sheriff llodgef longs to be with his
family at Dixon Springs during these warm
days; he is struck on the place.
Captain Catcs, clerk ot the steamer Hal-
liday, is lying on board quite sick.
Mrs. James Webster has returned from
her visit to Dixon Springs.
Mr. Frank Galighcr is in Sheboygau,
Wisconsin, with his wife.
REAL ETATE RECORD.
ALEXANDER COUNTY AUOU8T 13TH.
Geo. S. Pidgeon and wife to Annie Nel
lis; special warranty deed, dated April
23d, 1881, for lot twenty-five, block forty
seven, in the fint addition to the city of
John F. Cauble and wife to Miles Cau
ble; special warranty deed, dated August
13th, 1881, for west half of northeast quar
ter, except eight and a half acres heretofore
set off to Linda Cauble by Alexander
county circuit court; also twenty-four and
forty-eight oae-hundrcths acres off east
sidn of northwest Quarter: also twelve
acres land in Union county.
W. P. Halliday and wife, Charles Gali
eher and wifo and A.E. and M. J. Safford
to Robert Thompson and Henry Sperry,
special warranty deed, dated July 29th,
1881, for lots one to fourteen inclusive, in
block sixty-one, in the city of Cairo.
Louis D. Morelock to Christian More
lock; warranty deed.dated August 9th,1881
for lotsone,two,four,thirty-nine and forty ,in
block thirty-eight in the first addition, and
undivided half of lots one to twelve inclu
sive. in block four, in the fifth addition to
the city of Cairo.
City of Cairo to Peter Saup; deed, dated
July 11th, 1881, for lots four in block two,
and lots one and two, in block five, in rail
road addition to the city ot Cairo.
Peter Saup and wile to Stratton & Bird ;
special waunuly deed, dated August 12th,
1881, for lot four, in block two, in railroad
addition to the city of Cairo.
City of Cairo to Stratton fc Bird; deed,
dated June 16th, 1881, for lot nine, in
block two, in railroad addition to the city
Henry Jefferson was srrested by Officer
Wims for disorderly conduct and fined five
dollars and costs by Justice Robinson.
Nellie Gibson was disorderly and was
arrested by Officer Mahoney who took her
before Justice Iiohinson where she was
fined five dollars and costs.
Charles Cooly was arrested by Officer
Olmsted and fined five dollars and costs by
Justice Robinson for disorderly conduct.
John Hooks and Ellen Smith were both
disorderly and were fined five dollars and
costs each by Esquire Osborn. They were
arrested by Officer Wims.
Officers Wims and Tyler arrested Frank
Thompson for vagrancy and took himbefore
Magistrate Comings, who fined him twenty
five dollars and costs.
Win. Ileinhart was drunk and disorderly
arrested by Officer Wims aud fined six dol
lars and costs by Magistrate Comings.
No Rubbing Out the Record.
When a substance has certain powers
claimed for it, and everybody testifies that
it docs more than is claimed for it, to gain
say its worth is useless. This is the sub
stance ot St. Jacobs Oil record.
Our neighboring city of Cairo is on a
ivgular boom. First, tho Illinois Central
railroad located their immense grain eleva
tor there with a rapacity of about 750,000
bushels and costing near a million of dol
laas. Next, the Halliday Brothers bought
the St. Charles hotel and have transformed
it into one among the finest hotels in every
rcBpoct to be found in the United States.
Following this move, a number of public
spirited and wcalty citizens have organized
a joint stock company for tho erection of a
fine opera house. On the heels of these im
provements it is authoritatively announced
that the Singer Sewing Machine Co. will re
move thoir stand and wood work factory
from South Bend Ind., to Cairo. The
works employ about 750 men regularly.
Following this the Dixie Oil Company havo
decided to locnte their cotton seed oil
works at the same place. Each of tho two
lait mentioned institutions have already I
bought property for the erection of their
respective buildings. Verily Cairo seems
to have awakened from her long lethargy
and now like a young giant honors the
race of progress.
, To this the Democrat might have added
the Three States Horse and Fair associa
tion with a Btock of twenfy-flvo thousand
dollars, which has recently been incorpor-
ated by a number of the prominent
men of Cairo; tho Cairo City Water Works
Co.,with a capital stock of twenty thousand
dollars, also incorporated within the last
week: tho Cairo & Texarkana narrow
gauge railroad, which is rapidly approach
ing the city ; the Mobile & Ohio railroad,
which will, in a few weeks connect with the
Cairo & Vincenues railroad at this point;
the Cairo Transfer company, the
Cairo street railwy, the Cairo &
EvanBville narrow guage railroad and the
Illinois Central Union depot, that, it is ex
pected, will soon be begun. All these, to
gether with those mentioned by the Demo
crat, are enterprises which have taKen
shape here within the last six or eight
months, and which are being
actively pushed to completion. With
all these industries in active
operation, besides thoso that were previ
ously established, it is safe to predict that
Cairo must be one of the busiest and most
promising cities in tho states and that,
within a tew years, it will be one of the
great cities of the west.
Fur the Bnnday Bitllitin :
A MOTHER'S LAMENT,
I loved tbu, daaebter of my heart!
My child! 1 loved tbue dtrly;
And though only met to prt,
How sweetly, bow severely!
Nor lire, nor death can lever '
Myaotil from thine forever.
Thy days, my tittle one, were fcw,
An angel's morning vUlt
That came and vaotebed with the de w ;
'Twaa bare, 'tie Rone, where la It?
Yet dld'et tbou leave behind thee
A clew for love ta And thee.
The eye, the Hp, the chock, the brow,
Te bands stretched forth In gladneis,
All lire, toy, rapture, beanty now,
Then darhed with inlant eadnvea:
Till brightening by transition,
Returned the fairy vlalon.
Where are they now ! thoee mlles,thoe tears?
Thy mothcr'i darling treaaure?
She sees thi'in (till, and itlll she beam
Thy tones of pain or pleasure
To ber quick pulie revealing
Hushed in a moment on hcrbrvan
Life at the well-spring drinking;
Then cradled on her lap to r t,
In rosy slumber sinking:
Tby dreams no thought can guess them,
And mlae-no tongue express them.
For then this waking eye could see,
la many a vain vagary,
The things that never were to be:
Fond hopes that mothers cherish
Like still born babes to perish.
Mine perished on tby early bier.
No changed to farms more glorious,
Ibey flourish in a higher sphere,
O'er time and death victorious ;
Yet would these arms have chained -hee,
And long from heaven detained thee!
Mabel! my last, my youngest love.
The crown of every other!
Though thou art born la heaveu above,
I am thine only mother
Not wUl affection let um
Believe thou can'st forget me,
Then thou In heaven and I en earth
iim ihuuue nope aligtir Ul,
That thou wilt bail my second birth,
When death shall reunite us,
Where worlds no more cau.stver
Parent and child forever.
Mt. Nf.bo.O., August Sth. 1891.
j fjharlcs Crocker, president of the South-
J ern pacific read, reports the laying of a
mile of track per day beyond El Paso, and
predicts that the line will, by July next, be
finished to Galveston. He says engineers
are now running a survey from Corinne to
Yankton, and a road can be built for one
third the cost of the Union Pacific, which
will be done if Gould consolidates the At
chison, Texas Pacific, and Union Pacific
The Chicago nine beat tho Detroit club
by 17 to 0; Providence defeated BoBton by
12 to 6, and Buffalo laid out Cleveland by
8 to 7.
A national civil-service conference is in
session at Newport, R. I., among those pres
ent leing George William Curtis, Carl
Schurz, and Richard H.Dana, Jr. Mr.
Curtis thought the first necessity was the
passage of the Peudleton bill by congress,
and another important matter the abolition
of political assessments. A resolution was
passed opposing arbitary removals from
office, as well as interference by members
of congress with the exercise of the ap
Mr. J. W. Nichols, of Bloomington, has
issued his first number ot tho Prohibition
ist, a temperance paper.
Bradlaugh's condition continues to grow
J worse, and his illness is regarded as very
serious. Ilia arm and (ace are affected
with erysipolas, the indirect result of his
struggle with the parliament officials and
the police in the lobby of the house of
Tho Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of Peoria have placed a drinking
fountain at the court house square, which
is daily supplied with pure spring water
The British house of commons adjourned
at daylight Saturday morning, having fin
ished consideration of the land bill and
sent it back to tho house of lords.
A commissioner of Tho Times of London,
who has made a tour ot the wheat districts
of England, estimates a yiold of thirty
bushels to the acre, and an increased crop
of three million quarters.
Tho widow of ex-President Fillmore,
died in Buffalo in her 71st year. In Octo
ber last she suffered a sovere stroke of par
alysis. The only survivor of the ex-president
is an unmarried son by his first wife.
The German government has taken the
necessary measures to protoct the Jews in
Pomerania and West Prussis, where strong
The Kenner stakes at tho Saratoga races
were won by Hindoo, who ran two miles in
8:32, without whip or spur.
Hanlan will give an exhibition at St.
Louis, August 22, and expects to row Ross
for $2,000 a side in October, at some point
to be narajd hereafter.
The drouth in Switzerland has continued
for nearly two months. The grass is burned
and in the mountain pastures beasts are
perishing from heat.
A machine operated by four clerks, which
telegraphs twelve hundred words per imu
ute, is to be a feature of tho electrical exhi
bition at Paris.
The wheat corner in Chicago has made
prices for cash and August delivery six
cents higher than rule in Milwaukee, and
cargoes contiutie to arrive by lake trom the
General Grant has bought for $95,000 a
residence on Sixty-sixth street, New York,
for his future home. He will be at the
soldier's reunion at Bloomington, 111., Sept.
6, and go thence to St. Louis and to Mex
Yellow fever is sweeping off the officers
and men of the De Lesscps Canal company.
The mystery of the robbery ot the Citi
zen's bank, of Pans, Ky., by which $20,000
was obtained, is in process of solution.
The wife of a tailor, named Cooper, who
was one ot thoso suspected of the crime,
was on yesterday at daylight seen to dig up
a large tin box in her back yard, and she
soon after left foi Covington to join her
husband. The telepraph intercepted them,
and the missing bonds were secured.
Sitting Up Sights.
Mr. E. H. Perkins, Creek Center, N. Y.,
writes she had been troubled with asthma
for tour years. Had tq sit up night alter
night with it, and was ultimately cured by
two bottles of Thomas' Elkctkic Oil.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. it Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to le the only Electric Devices or
Appliaures for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement ia this
A I-eap Into Popular Favor.
It is not always that the world acknowl
edges what is right and best; but Burdock
Blood Kitters, by univcrsnl acquiesenco,
have Wen awarded the premium for cleans
ing the blood, curing indigestion, constipa
tion, regulating the lowels, and toning up
weak nerves. Price $1.00, trial size 10
Hundreds of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
You can find these in every community.
Post. Spc advertisement.
A COOKING STOVE for ale. with twolron pots
two bake paus and two griddles: will be sold
for ten dollars. Ap;ly at Bulletin office.
Having lately Increased his facilities Is now
prepared to dj promptly
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING.
UUUT ND UIAVT WAOONS IUI TO ORDER.
IIora) shoeing a 8ixHIuHy.
Thanking tho public for their liberal patronage,
I hope by square dealing and prompt attention to
hunlnnss to have a rontlauanee. of the same
UIVI MR a CALL.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Twelft) Street and Leree,