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FAPKBOr CITf AND COUNT!
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
HoUris is thUeolnmn.elKftt cents par Hi for
(rat ami ova centi par IIM each ubqtt'rnt Insrr
tln. For one month, BO oeiti pur lino.
Conimencinp; Tuesday September Otli,
the Cairo & Vincennoa Railway Co. will
aoll round trip tickets to Cincinnati at
irreatly reduced rafes. TickuU will remain
on sale until Octoltor Stbj and will e good
for return until and lucluuioir October
10th. By train leaving Cairo daily (except
Sunday) at 5 a. in., passengers well Cin
cinnati at 0:10 p.m. F. A. Miixku,
General Passenger Agent.
September 7 to October 221, 1881, the Il
linois Central Railroad will aoll excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for the
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. .ToriNHON, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
The rilinnis Contral Ilailroad will Bell
excursion tickets at qkkatw bkduckd ratea
for round trip. Commence sale of tickets
Soptembcr 6th, iind continue until October
7th; good to return on until October 10th.
The 4:20 p. m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daii.t with Pullman Smckmr
through to Cincinnati witiioiit change.
A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agent.
at Do Baun'a 58 Ohio Levee.
. The Groat Triple X.
"XXX Boor," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near tho cornor of Eighth
Btrcot and Commercial avonuo. The
"tripple X" is suporior to any other beer in
the countrv. is a cool and healthy beavorsgo,
which, once known, will be preferred to
everv other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits supped free. Bond to 3l ArcD
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
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, aorving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Ordors for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pnro Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Waud.
Inrlamkd eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 373 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 00 Ohio Levee.
at De Baun's 58 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that wo, 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.
Lost Pocket Book.
Lost, last Saturday, between School ' hall
and Carle'a livery stablo, on Walnut or
Eleventh streets, & red russia leather pockot
hook, containing a ruby and diamond ring,
& nUin onU rinir. nd other articles of lew-
elry' Finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the same at Tub Bulletin office,
Use The Caiuo Bulletin scratch books,
tor salo at tho office, 1200 No. 8 Imok
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is the boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two bund rod
1 sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
, Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
Over 105,000 Howe Scales have boon
sold.' Bond for Catalogue to Borden, Sol
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
For Sale Low.
' Two lots on Seventeenth, between Wal
nut and Cedar afreet, (81 and 33 in block
85). Apply at The Bulletin counting
To All Whom it May Concern.
Don't forget on the 10th day of AugUBt,
that the game season is oponod.and all game
in their season will be found at Avioger and
Tharp's, 73 Ohio levee, next door to City
National Bank. We have on hand now
Fresh Oysters and a variety of game,includ
In Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
Fish, etc. !
in cans at De Baun's.
night, at J ohn A. Reeve's auction house, con
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue
large assortment of Clothing., Boots and
Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress Goods, Ladies' Ware ind o
tions. v'c '.'r - ' ". )
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A Flno Farm
TO IKABH POK A TBUM Of VKAIlfl.
I will loaso my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for term or
. . t , vwl tint.
yearn. The larm is rien
berod upland, good for fruit and early
gardening, two living springs of water that
have shown no signs of failing this present
dry season, new two story dwelling 01
rooms within llvo minutes waia 01 riir'i
depot, poatolllc and telegraph oWee,
mineral water as good as the best can bo
obtained by driving. At a little expenso
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with native 6nh. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the aero and corn will yield 30 bushels to
tho acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
euualed, new farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will ho soia wun m
desired,' Parties are invited to twit the
place or address mo by letter.
E. M. Lowr, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may inadnatTmc IUim.htin
ofOce or of J. II. Mctcalf, of Cairo, Ills.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In tbesfl column,
seb Insertion. Mvkod
ton cents per lino.
Hattio 8. an
cigar, at Bchuh's.
The steamers City ot Vicksburg and
Paris O. Brown were kUi at the wharf laof
night en route for Ht. Louis.
A Government barge loaded with stone
sunk at Chester on Monday. A diver was
sent down Tuesday.
The funeral of Mr. John Welsh took
place yesterday afternoon and was largely
attendod. The remains woro taken to Villa
Ridge for interment.
The Ancient Order of IliborntatiH at
tended in a body and umformod the funer
al of tho late Mr. John Welnli yesterday.
Mr. Welsh was a member of the organiza
tion. Tho sky was tho principal object of ob
servation and the rain promising clouds tho
chief topic of conversation yestoaday after
noon. But, alas I observation and conversa
tion availed nothing against cruel fate.
Tho Washington bulletins concerning
the condition of Prtsident Garfield will bo
poslod up as they arrivo at Mr.Teichman's
billiard parlor for tho accommodation of
tho public generally.
Yesterday's property record was as fol
lows: J no. II. Mulkey and wifo to George
Robinson; quit claim deed, dated Juno
20th, 1881, for lot numbered six, in block
numbered fifteen, in Railroad addition to
the city of Cairo.
A colored boy named Will Craighton,
about fourteen years of age, fell from a
wagon on Ninth street yesterday morning
and broke his right arm between the elbow
and wrist. Dr. Parker set and bandaged
Col. n. M. Iloxie, General Manager of
the Iron Mountain road at St. Louis, re
ceived telegraphic advice of tho comple
tion of thu track of the Texas and Pacific
to a point 407 miles west of Fort Worth,
Texas. Truck laying is still progressing
Officer John Tyler captured tho negro
Verge Hays, who stabbed John Harris on
Monday night, and lodged him in jail.
Hays surrendered himselt to the officer
when lie found himself closely pursued.
lie will have a preliminary examination as
soon as the result of his bloody deed is ap
parent. The salo by United Mates Marshal
Saup, of the little steamer Octavia has tak
en place, the boat being bought by Metro
polis men, who will pay all claims against
her and take her to Metropolis lor tho pres
ent. Captain Avinger will probably soon
have a larger boat in tho Cairo and Colum
Persons who wish to visit Cincinnati or
Chicago during tho great expositions that
will bo in progress there next week will
find notices of interest in Rpecial local col
umn. The Illinois Central railroad com
pany offers special inducements in thu form
of greatly reduced rates and Pullman
sleepors through to Cincinnati.
In special local column to-day appears
the advertisement of Col. 15. M. Lowu, who
offers to lease his flno (arm near Pulaski,
111., to a good tenant at a reasonable price
Anyone having a desiie to locate on a first
class farm, complete in every particular,
will find the colonel's advertisement to be
very interesting reading,
Tho Cairo military company has been
assigned to its position in the militia of the
state and will be known as "Company D,
Eloventh Illinois Infantry," Col. Andlo, of
Belleville, commander. The commissions
of the offlcors of the company have not yet
arrived, but are expectod every day. The
uniforms of the company havo also been
selected and will arrive within tho next few
The Bulletin blushes with becoming
modesty as it reproduces the following
from the Paducah Enterprise : "Tho Cairo
Bolletik, like the Enterprise, is not afraid
toipeak its mind, and roughly handles two
or three subjects in its issue of Sunday
last. It is the only way to make a newspa
per win, and the puper that has an opinion
and it afraid to express It is but halt a pa.
: Yesterday morning Offlcor Dunkor ob
ervod a little colored boy, apparently about
lour years old, crying and wandering about
the aide walk near Twenty-elghth stroct.
The officer concerned himself about him,
asked him who he was, where he llvsd, eto.
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DAILY OAHT.U BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER. 1, 1881.
but thu littlo follow did not know his own
name, but said that his mother was dead
and that he lived near the park, persons
who know of missing
child of the description given
may leave information at police headquar
ters. Tho maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington 'j'mo) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 87; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 01; Davenport, Iowa, 86; Dubuque,
Iowa, 8U; Keokukj Iowa, D7; LaCrosso,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 01; Louis
ville, Ky., 80; Memphis, Tenn., 0.1; Nash
ville.JTenn., 80; Omaha, Neb., IKJ; Pitts
burg, Pa., ; Shroveport, La., 90;, St.
Louis, Mo., 88; St. Paul, Minn., 80;Vlcks-
burg, Miss., 03; North Platte, Neb., 85;
Yankton, Dak., 83; Dismarck, Dak,,;
Dodge City, Kan., 00.
A Berlin engiueer is said to have con
structed an apparatus for train conductors
which, hung around the neck, completely
manufacturers passenger tickets. Tliny are
made beforo tho eyas of tho wondering
public, and though tho apparatus is said to
be of a somowhat complicated construction
its manipulation is as simple and easy as its
working is correct, for, should the operation
not proceed in the way required by the
mechanism, it will not print all the figures
and words wanted, but tho won! "Falsch"
(wrong) in the place where the lauu was
committed. At the samo time this portable
primer checks tho number of tickets is
sued, ho that any given moment the money
in the hands of the conductor can bu com
pnred with the value of tickets taken and
The consolidation by Jay Gould of all
thu elevators of Ht. Louis and East St.
Louis has been talked up Informally among
the leading capitalists ot St. Louis, and
they all seem to possess but ono opinion,
and that was in suppoi t of the proposition.
Jay Gould is known to possess a large ele
vator interest held by his agents. Recently
ho commenced tho erection of a 750,000
bushel elevator at Carondelet at the sido of
tho Iron Mountain railroad, which is re
ferred to as tho "Gould elevator." Tho
movement will not take effect until tho
building is comploted, ready for operation,
when a meeting of the various presidents
will be called and, if possible, an organiz
ation perfected that will put the whole
elevator system under one management,
with a capital of (3,000,000. By uniting
under ono corporation, it is declared that
shippers will bo better served, and tho stor
age room increased to more adequate pro
portions than now exist. One or two new
elevators will bo erected at East St. Louis,
so that at no season of the year will ship
pers sufTur any apprehension from over
crowding. In tho mcantimo the
Illinois Central Railroad Company's
Cairo elevator will be completed and put in
operation to assist materially in preventing
the usual blockade of grain between here
and the graner.es of the north, unless next
fall turns out tc be an exception in this
respect to former fulls becauso of short
It appears that the agitation going on
in New Orleans over tho condition ot tho
jetties in thu South Pass of tho mouth of
tho Mississippi river, is the work of the ene
mies of Captain Eadua, who are not as
scrupulous as they might he, and who mag
nify littlu things, in order to
create prejudice ntrainst tho ietties.
In reply to the article of Captain Cowden
from which extracts were published in The
Bulletin and which was published in full
with editorial comments in the Cincinnati
Commercial, tho New Orleans Democrat
B iys: "It is a pity tho Commercial will
steadfastly close its eyes to the fact that by
melius of the jetties a shallow bar, where
formerly there wcro but eight and a half
feet ot water, has boon deoponod, until now
there is a maximum contral depth of 30
feet, and that through this aOperb channel
ships that heretofore wero shut out from the
Mississippi river, drawing 33, 34 and 25
feet of water, enter and depart without dif
ficulty or detention. We all remember the
fleets of ships that were almost always
aground at Southwest Pass, even when the
government was spending large sums an
nually to drodge the channol to the depth
of twenty and twonty-one feet, and it would
bo impossible to estimate the toss entailed
upon shipowners, insurance companies, this
city aud tho producers of tho wes by tho
continual interruption to commerce, caused
by the grounding ot ships on the bars, and
in sonio instances by their destruction,
Despito tho best efforts of tho Essayons, the
bar filled up rapidly, mud lumps, blocking
the channol, sprung up like huge mush
rooms in a singlo night, and the result was
that ships of heavy draft abandoned the
idea of coming here at all. Not until tho
jottios were constructed was any impulse
given to trade via the river route, and but
for the jetties, which the Commercial and a
fow other papers take pleasure in slander
ing, tho grain producers of the west would
have still been in tho power of the eastern
railways and would, it is estimated, in the
last few years have lost about $133,000,000,
000, which they have now comfortably
stowed away in their pockots or expended
in Improving and beautifying thoir farms
and homos, etc. This may seem like a very
small and Insignificant achievement to the
Commercial, but to people of reasonable
and moderate views it appears satisfactory
-" ,.... ........ ... .
Captain W. P. Halliday has gone to Wis
Mr. Will P.gSmith has gone to Anna, to
attend the fair.
Col. E. M. Lowe, of Pulaski, was in the
Mr. S. Walters has returned from his
lion. A. W. Bpann, of Vienna, passed
through the -ity yesterday morning, on his
way to attend the Anna Fair,
Mr. Geo. Stoinhouse expects soon to re
move his barbershop into the vacant looms
next to Mrs. McLean's millinery store.
Mrs. Stock ficth will leave Cairo next
Sunday for a year's visit to friends in Ger
many. She will tako with her the little
daughter of her sister, Mrs. Schwanitz.
Messrs. Meyers and Snyder, representing
tho firm or J. H, Sullivan Co., paper
hangers, ot Chicago, are in the city and
have commenced tho work of decorating
the walls of the Presbyterian church.
Assistant Signal Service Officer J. W.
Kverley left yesterday for St. Louis, to be
gin the tour of inspection of a number of
tho stations in the cotton belt. lie goes
from there to Charleston, Mo., and from
thence further south.
Yesterday's Washington bulletins nre
very encouraging in so far as they indicutu
a very slow but steady improvement in the
president's case during the proceeding
twonty-for hours. The attending physi
chins uow believe Ihst he will certainly re
cover ami ir-at soon, ine buiieuns are hs
Wahhiniton, August 31, 8:30 a. in..
The president has passed a tranquil night,
aud this morirng his condition is quite as
tiivorablo as ymtcrday at the same ' hour.
PulBe 100, temperature 08 4-10, respiration
Wabiunoton, Aug. 31,13:30 p. m. At
the dressing of thu president this morning
tho parotid swelling was found to be dis
charging freely. It looks well and has
materially diminished in size. The wound
remains in about the samo state. His gen
eral condition is evidently more favorable
than at this hour yesterday. Tulso 05,
temperature 08 4-10, inspiration 17.
DONG OLA LETTER.
Dongola, Aug. 30th, 1881.
In a recent letter to Tub Bulletin, we
stated that the next 13 months must be
faced with no corn. Late developments
fully convinced us that tho statement was
true to tho letter. For more than six
weeks the severest drouth known for years
has prevailed over a large portion of the
state and it is now apparent to all that
Southern Illinois will not produce over one
quartc; ot a crop. This creates a good deal
of uneasiness in the minds of some of our
citizens and some may be seen with faces
quite lengthened out, and nothing can be
said to them that will convince them that
they can got along, and they seem very
much chagrined over the loss of their
summer's work in the cord field. The
hluuncss that pervaded us wheu we wrote
before has all passed away, and now we
are feeling just splendid, fully believing
that the great drouth will provo a blessing
to us rather than a curse, first it will teach
us to economizo,and second it will undoubt
edly give us a healthy fall season and in
the third placo it will bring up the deep
and hidden treasures of the earth leaving
them near the surface. So that our next
cropping season will bo very prolific. Ab
a people we are much inclined to be pro
fligate, and wasteful. May it not be that
this exceedingly unpropitious season will
turn many from their wanton ways, aud
cause them to study more about husbandry.
Ou Sunday 28th inst.-we attended
church at the St. Joseph's Catholic church,
in Wetaug, Father Engelbert and Father
Augustine officiated, making a very good
impression on the congregation. Wo are
creditably informed that tho Fathers will
proceed without delay to build
a fine cathedral and in due
timo a college will be reared up in
Wetaug, all after the order of the Benedic
tine brotherhood. We congratulate the
fathers on their admirable selection of loca
tion, thoro boing no more desirable location
in all the country than Wetaug. We hope
to see the fathers make a complete success
in their praiseworthy undertaking. Capt.
W. A. Hight we also congratulate over his
liberal donation to the enterprise, and wo
say, long may he live to enjoy the fruits of
1 Court week comes on apaco, and we
doubt not wo havo somo citizens who are
dreading it very bad, but we don't think
they need bo uneasy, for it has become to
be a foregone conclusion that men in Union
(Jointy can commit the worst of crimes with
impunity, especially if they can command a
tew dollars and itdon'take too big a pilo to
buy the State's attorney, Our present State's
attorney,' D. W, Karrackcr, however, is not
one of the kind to be bought, and it is
somewhat probable that he will put some
of Union county's roughs into pretty close
That ' crowd still goes into Spangler's
store for Meyor's tobacco and, by tho way,
it will pay any Alexander or Pulaski
oouiitry man to call on Spanglor when visit
ing Dongola. This is no cheap bid , for
any of Cairo's customers, but It often hap
pens that somo of them come to Dongola,
and in such a case go to Spangler's No
cutting on prices to run nut competitors.
Tls truo we havo such fools, all towns havo
them, and it is well to remember that en
vy, malice, jealousy and bigotry, are not the
traits which the public admire. The public
eighs business men and professional men,
and when found wanting in truo, manly
principles, consign them to tho shades of
oblivion. Doctors, whose fort is to look
wise and to curse other doctors for ignora
muses, never stay long in a place.
YESTERDAY'S POLICE DOCKETS.
justice rouinson's court.,
II. B. Harrison, arrested by Officer Ho-
gan for being disorderly, was fined five
dollars and costs.
Lucy Hamilton and her sister Laura, wero
guilty of violating section twelve ot chap
ter five of tho city ordinances by using foul
language and disturbing tho peace. They
were arrested by Officer Hogan and fined
five dollar and costs.
Thomas Brown was arrested by Officer
Tyler for disorderly conduct anu fined five
dollars ann costs.
James Daniels was arreBtod by Officer
Tyler for playing at unlawful games and
was fined ton dollars and costs.
Benjamin Johnson, for being disorderly,
was arrested by Officer Wims aud fined five
dollars and costs.
MAOIST UATE COMING'S COIIKT.
Mrs. Harris was arrested by Officer Olm
sted for having in her possession a dog of
the ao of three mouths, upon which tho
license had not been paid. Shu was fined
five dollars and costs. Hne wns again ar
rested by Officer Olmsted nml Muhanny
for disorderly conduct and again fined five
dollars and costs.
A very commendable act on the purt i
Chief Myers and Officer Olmsted yesterday.
was the arrest of a number ot women for a
violation of section sixty-one of chapter five
of the ordinance, which makes it unlawful
for women of doubtful virtue to frequent
the streets of thecity or barrooms by night
Six of these women, named respectively,
Elvira Willrains, Isabel Lovelace,
Anna Wilson, Eliza Jones, Josephs
Reed and Fanny Walker, wero
each fined ten dollars and costs for this
Charles Young, not Charles D. Young,
the mattress maker, was arrested by Officer
John P. Hogan for boing disorderly and
fined five dollars and costs.
J. L. Morgan was fined five dollars and
costs for disorderly conduct. IIo had been
arrested by Officer Wima.
. Phocion Howard has begun the publics
tion of a democratic paper in Springfield
calling it "The Bourbon." He has hoisted
the name of Samuel J. Tilden for president
II. N. Wheeler, of the Quincy Herald
who has so cruelly outraged public feeling
by a number of newspaper articles, in
which he characterized President Garfield
a worse man than Guitteau, is having
great deal of trouble with tho people of
Quincy, because of his uncalled for utter
ances. Ou last Friday night tho manager
of a theatrical troupe refused to allow his
company to play, if Wheeler were allowed
to enter the theater buildinu during the
performance. Wheeler was allowed to en
tor and a row was only prevented by the
back-down of the said manager. Afterwards
a mob gathered in tho street and attemptod
to burn Wheeler in effigy, but was prevont
ed from doing so by Wheelor's friends
Tho New York State Democratic Com
mittce will meet at Albany on the 7th of
irst-ciass ticKets to JNew York: are now
,iold in St. Louis for $10.
Prayers for tho recovery of President
Garfield wero offered up in tho Evangelical
churches throughout England Monday.
Gold bars of the value of $1,316,050 ar
rivod at New York, Monday, from Liver
pool, and 50,000 was withdrawn from the
Bank of England for shipment.
Miss Alice, the second daughter of The
odore Tilton. was married in Germany, in
July, to John E. Gardin. of Charleston, 8,
C. and tho vounir counle will make tboir
home in Chicago this fall.
The velocity of the .wind at Savannah
Saturday night, was eighty miles an hour,
Fifty dwellings were more or loss injured,
large portion of the city overflowed, and
many lives were lost along the rice planta
, Crow Dog, who killed Spotted Tail, is
being taken by rail from Yankton, for tri
al at Doadwood, in charge of Deputy Mar
shal Moulton, of Dakota, and Colonel
Montgomery, commanding at Fort Niobra
ra. The prisoner claims justification for
the slaughter. .
At the annual corn and seed fair held at
Vienna Monday, it was reported that the
Austrian harvest would yield 1,500,000
hundreds of wheat, 2,000,000 hundreds of
rye, 2,000,000 hundreds of barley, and 750,-
000 hundreds of oats more than was neces
sary for home consumption. Luoky Aus
The cry of hot wheat was raised on the
Chicago board of trade Monday morning.
Seller September opened at $1.81 at
which rate the Cincinnati clique unloaded
7,000,000 bushels more, when the price fel
tofl.343.. closing at $1.25 bid. Corn
closed at 00,1 to B0$. InBpoctor Parker
and the elevator men say that wheat In
store is in good condition.
The cotton presses of New Orloans,
which usually open on the first day of
September, are confronted by a demand of
thirteen thousand laborers for an advance
ot 35 cents per bale in haudling. The cot
ton factors havo raued $250,000 to main
tain the old rates, and are hunting laborers
in all the southern states.
There has been a sharp advance in tho
price of nil kinds of cereals and in tho
price of flour in the English markets, as
might have been expected on account of
tho failure of tho English harvest. For
eign wneat advanced two siniiings per
quarter. There waa scarcely any native
grain in the English markets last wcok.
Trie tew samples which were offered wero
bad in quality.
A morning paper, to bo called Tho Daily
News, is to be established in St. Louis, if
poBsible, nnder tho editorship of Goorgo
Half a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, writes
Mr. C. Ham, of Yougstown, O.. cured my
wife, who for twelvo years had been a con-
tant Bufferor with Nouralgia.
ZV two hikepiinmidlw Kridilltrn: will be nold
for tun dollars. Apply mHnllmln office.
-Opened Jnly 1, 1881.-
FltONTSON LKVEIt SECOND AND IIAILHOAD HTHEET8,
t9K new and complete Hotel, with elevator,
biiiha aud all modern Improvements .
Terms tt'dO to It, 50 per day, according to loca
tion of room.
L. P. P AKICER Ac CO., Imagoes.
FERRY RO AT.
CJAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and altar Monday, June 7tb, and until lurthor
Dotlce the ferryboat will maka trip as followa:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAfEB
Fot Fourth St. Misioarl Land'K- Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10 :00 a. m. 10:30 a.m. 11a.m.
3:00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:SOp.m. 5;00 p. m.
' 2 p.m. 2:80 p.m. J p. m
3 H sSs
THE IOE KING.
Ready now, to furnish and deliver ICK In
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
f reinectfully solicit the
patronage of all mv old (
Des, and irnarnntee thorn '
JACOB KLEE. h
friends and as many new ones,
JJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Oimos No. 188 Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICI-Kighta Street, near Coma ercla! A Venn