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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Office t IinllUB Bulldlni:, WMhloctoi Aveaus
BNTXRID AT TBI POST OFFICt IM CJtfBO, IL
LINOIS, AJB aHOOND-CLAM MATTW.
OFFlUiAL PAPER OF CITY AND OOCSTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tbl column, eluht cent per Mm tot
tnttaml five cent per line eachauhaequentlnier-
tlun. Vat one month. 50 cents per line.
September 7 to October 22d, 1891, the II
linois Central Railroad will sell excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for the
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. Jonxsos, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Loyeo.
The Illinois Central Itailroad will sell
excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates
for round trip. Commence sale of ticket
September Cth, and continue until Octoler
7th; Rood to return on until October 10th.
The 4:20 p. m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Pullman Si.rkfeh
through to Cincinnati without change
A. II. Hanson, Gen. Paas. Agent.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
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 beaverage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
everv other brand. 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, III. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners ot 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 Scheel's hall
and Carle's livery stable, on Walnut or
Eleventh streets, a red russia leather pocket
book, containing a ruby and diamond ring,
a plain gold ring, and other articles of jew
elry" Finder will be liberally rewardea by
leaving the same at The Bulletin office.
Use TnE Cairo Bulletin scratch bookt ,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Bann's.
Over 105,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, 8el-
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
trom Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The furui Is rich bottom and tim
bcred upland, good for fruit and earlv
gardening; two living springs of water that
have shown no signs of failing this present
iry seaaon ; new two story dwellinir of 7
rooms within live minutes walk of railroad
depot, poBttjfhce and telegraph office
mineral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little expense
a fish pond led by jiving water can be
made and stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushel
to the aero and corn will yield 30 bushels to
tho acre. Aa a dairy farm, the place is un
i . f . t t
equaioo. mew larm implement, cows,
norses, etc. will be sold with too lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit the
place or address me by letter.
K. M. Lows, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at The Bulletin
office or of J. H.Metealf, Cairo, Ills.
in cans at De Baun's.
ta private sale at Mrs. McCullough'son
TAftlnvi0,8elect Oyster, at Avin-
nhW' to European Ho
tel. Ohio Levee, Wtt to City National Bank,
every day, and sme4 up to order in the
best s ylc, cooked oria,.tM, hour of day
or night. Also for sale t West market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdav
night, at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue.
large assortment of Clothing, Boots and
Shoes. Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dresa Goods, Ladies' Ware and No
tions, ' .
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1881.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In theae columns, itn cent per line,
each Insertion. Marked 1
-Hattio S. an
cigar, at Schuh's.
The Illinois Central wharf boat has
been taken to Mound City tor repairs.
For Sale A lot on Walnut, near the
convent. Price $150, Q.C. deed. Apply
at Tag Bulletin office.
The outfit, machinery, etc., of the
steamer Bedford was sold at auction in St.
Mr. Schoemba is making extensive im
provements and additions to his residence
on Fifteenth street.
Near Dongola, nine miles south of
Anna, a child was whipped to death on
Tuesday. The murderer fied, but it is said,
he ws caught, and an infuriated crowd
bung him up.
Yesterday Mr. Henry Elliot concluded
the removal of his commission office from
the building on the corner of Sixth street
and Ohio Levee to the second story of that
occupied by Mr. R. W. Miller.
Persons wishiug to enjoy a dish of
oysters quietly can be accommodated by
going to Mrs. II. Walker, on the north side
of Sixth street, between Commercial and
Bricks for a new walk around Mr.
Peter NefTs building at the southwest cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial aven
ue are on the ground. An elegant glass
front in the building will bo another of the
improvements contemplated by Mr. NetT.
The Cairo Temperance Reform club
met at the hall on Tenth street yesterday
evening, with Vice President Phillips in
the chair. The attendance was fair and the
business transacted interesting, but not of
more than ordinary importance.
A new oyster saloon has been opened
by Mrs. II. Walker, in the front room of
her home on Sixth street, which she has
fitted up in elegant Rtyle. Families wish
ing to enjoy a quiet meal of oysters should
call on Mrs. Walker.
Mrs. Garfield's movements are shad
owed now so closely as ever were those of
Queen Victoria, and her every look and
movement telegraphed with such precision,
as to leave no doubt that those in charge ot
the business have reached the sublime in
Mrs. n.Waiker has fitted up a tront
room in her house on Sixth street in ele
gant style and has opened therein a first
class oyster saloon for the accommodation
of families. This is a quiet, respectable
place where the public can go and enjoy a
dish of oysters in any style desired
The recent rains in different parts of
the country have had an immediate effect
upon the rivers which are all slightly on
the rise. At Cairo, yesterday, the Ohio
stood five feet nine inches above low water
mark. itair.s were reported yesterday at
Davenport, Dubuque, and Keokuk, Iowa,
and St. Paul, Minn.
It will be remembered tnat the steam
er Connie Brandon sank near Shreveport a
few days since, and the Laura Lee, near Ba
ton Rouge, hunted the bottom shortly aft
erward, Nearly everybody thought it would
be impossible to raise cither of them. Capt.
R. W. Dugan, superintendent of the Wreck
ing Company, sent his men to the South
and directed their movements by telegraph,
he being too unwell to travel at the time of
the accidents. He received information at
St. Louis on Thursday that his orders had
been executed and both steamers were
afloat. This is a case ot raising two boats
in one day by telegraph, and saving a num
ber of insurance companies a lot of money.
The question ot giving a railroad com
pany the right of way through the city,
which is always one of great importance to
the people, is just now agitating the coun
cil of Paducah. As a rule everybody wants
a railroad at first and is willing to make al
most any reasonable sacrifice; but after the
road has been built down the street and the
novelty of the the thing has worn off, pop
ular feeling toward the railroad usually un
dcrgoea a complete change even though
the right of way was first given in conipli
ance with the demands of the owners of tho
majority of the property facing said right
Fairs will be held at the following
places in Southern Illinois and St. Louis
during the months of September and Octo
ber: Union County Annual Fair, held at
Jonesboro September 13th to 17th, inclus
ive; Jackson County Annual Fair, held at
Murphysboro September 21st to 24tb, in
clusive; Randolph County Annual Fair,
held at Sparta, September 28th, 29th and
30th; St. Louis Fair Association, held at
St. Louis, October 3d to 8th, inclusive;
Southern Illinois Stock and Agricultural
Association Fair, held at Chester, October
11th to 14th, inclusive. The Cairo and St.
Louis railroad has roduccd the fare to all
the places for the occasions mentioned.
The maximum temperature for six
teen houra preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Cb.attanooea.Tcnn . 09. ninmnn.tt
Ohio,, Davenport, Iowa, 88 ; Dubuque.
rr ' fBV,inwor". K as., 03 ; Louis-
. nemphu, Tenn., 03; Nash-
J ' r,,oSli0mttha'N,!b-. 62; Pitts.
J Pa., 88; Shreveport, Lu., M;St.
Louis Mo., 89; 8t. Paul, Minn., 76;Vl k
uu.K, u., ; Horth inattaNobi78.
Yankton, Dak., 83; Bismarck, Dak., 04;
Dodge City, Kan., 01). ,
A gentleman from 1 Beaver Ridge, in
this county, came to tho city on Thursday,
in search of a cow that was stolen from his
premises several days before. , He describ
ed her as in a tolerably good condition,
giving considerable milk, as she was taken
from a young calf. 'She is red and white
spotted, with the tip ot the right horn brok
en off and the stump turned down, and
short tail, about eighteen inches long. It
is thought that she was brought down here
and sold, as too many have been before of
John Harris, the man who waa cut by
the negro Verge Hays Wednesday night,
hns been lying at his home on Seventeenth
street in much agony Hinco he received his
wounds. He is a man of family, having a
wife and six or seven children alive, whom
he barely supported by constant
hard labor. He is not a desperate character,
but is quarrelsomo and, when drunk, is a
hnrd case. Yet it appears that on the night
of the cutting he was not intoxicated and
gave no reason whatever for assaulting him.
Officer Wims, who visited him late last
night, reported hirn to bo apparently nt the
point of death, his hands and feet having
become quite cold and general condition
giving strong evidenco of near dissolution.
Tho raid made a few dsys ago by
Chief Myers and Officer Olmsted upon tho
African cyprians of the lower portion of
the city has been most satisfactory in its
results. Thero arc not now, as there wcro
before, nightly out door revels, in which
these wretched creatures figured prominent
ly, but they are required to remain within
their respective haunts, and behave as do
their Caucasian sisters in sin. The latter
have been given thoroughly to understand
that their too frequent presence in the
streets of the city, or the slightest disturb
ance at their places of refuge, will be re
garded as a sign for prompt action on the
part of the officers ot the city. As a conse
quence the public sense of decency has not
for some time been shocked by disg'aceful
scenes in the streets or in the courts. The
blacks are now receiving tho attention of
the officers, and it will not be long before a
radicaljchange will he worked in the gener
al condition of society in the vicinity of
Third, Fourth and Fifth streets, on and near
Commercial avenue, much to the relief of
the decent residents ot that neighborhood.
A ring of gigantic proportions has just
been revealed in the treasury department,
right under the nose of Mr. Windom, which
has stolen thousands of dollars from the
United States Government. The ring was
discovered some time ago, when Secretary
Windom was conducting his investigation)
and the investigation was stopped and the
report of the committee was suppressed by
Mr. Windom himself, as soon as he saw the
corruption which existed in his department.
The so-called investigation has turned out
just as the Bulletin prophesied that it
would when it first began, and just as Re
publican investigations always turn out.
Green Republican officials prosecute their
investigations, in the hope of proving that
the party in power is honest, and when, as
is invariably the case, they come upon a
festering, stinking sore upon that rotten
old republican carcass, they hide it from
the people, by slapping the committee's re
port over it, face downward. But they
can't hide the stink which, thanks to an
honest press, permeates the entire political
atmosphere of the land, and warns the peo
ple of the utter depravity of the party in
power. The Chicago Times of Thursday
contains a lengthy account of how public
supplies were purchased with public mo
neys and charged up to the Government at
more than was paid for them, the profits
and part of the supplies being diverted to
private uses. The scandal reaches from the
chief clerk of the Treasury Department
down through all the departments, implicat
ing seven employes, named: Upton, French,
James, Tingle, Hill, Sturtevant and Bab
cock. To persons really interested in Cairo's
general advancement the sight of now resi
dences, small but ucat and convenient, that
are Iwing erected in all parts ot the city
must certainly be gratifying. It is a sure
sign of the rapid growth of tho sturdy work
ing population of the city that growth
which is so essential to a place where capi
tal is seeking investment. Theae houses
are not being built in anticipation of a fu
ture, but to Biipply a present pressing de
mand. It is unreasonable to suppose that
men will invest their money in real
estate and erect residences when there is
neither a present nor prospective demand
tor them. Capital is too caucious for
that. Hence it is also very foolish to advise
those who are boiog attracted hither by
tho great activity in public works, to turn
back and remain away, on the silly plea that
thero are no homes here for them, and at
the same time expect men to invest their
money in building such homes. Such rea
soning is the'hoightb of inconsistent folly,
and those who are guilty of it, are not bene
fitting tho city by any means. There- is
room enough in Cairo for all the good, hon
est working men and their families that
may wish to come, and there will bo work
enough for them, too. At prosont there is
not an idle mechanic in tho city, in fact,
thero is not a man in tho city that needs bo
without employment in some form or other,
and the Cairo boom has only just begun.
Not only in tl.o city, but all around it there
is a busy throng of humanity working
hard, but earning fair wages which they
were probably unable to earn elsewhere
and Cairo furnishes homes aud food and
clothing for nearly all of thorn. , Aud if
several thousand more were to como with
in the next six months, comfortable resi
dences wouldspring up.ready for occupancy,
with magical rapidity by the combined ef
forts of real estate owners, capitalists, lum
ber doalers, hardware men, carpenters, fur
niture keepers, etc., and not one of tho sev
eral thousand would need to bo inconveni
enced for the want of a homo a single day.
YESTERDAY'S POLICE DOCKETS.
MAGISTRATE COMING'S COCKT.
Eugene Doty was arrested by Officers
Kinnear and Hogan tor being disorderly
and fined live dollars and costs.
Titia Green, for being disorderly was ar
rested by Officer Wims and fined fivo dol
lars and costs.
A number of children wero also tried
and fined for disturbing the peace.
James Orange was brought into court by
Officer Dunker who had arrested him for
gross and dangerous disorderly behavior.
He was fined ten dollars and costs.
Fletcher Mitchel, a negro, was caught by
Mr. Fred. Whitcauip in tho act of selling a
cow that had been stolen trom Beech Ridge
and that belonged to Mr. Whitcamp's
father in this city. The cow had been
roaming around in tho upper part of the
county tor some time, but her owner was
posted as to her wherealxiuts and consider
ed her quite safe. Mr. Fred. Whitcanip
was surprised to see her being lead up Pop
Iar street by Mitchel yesterday and he fol
lowed, unti' the Mitchel and the cow came
to a halt on Seventeenth Btreet, where she
was sold to another negro for twelve dollars
Mr. Whitecamp took possession ot the cow
and turned Mitchel over to Sheriff Jack
Hodges, who brought him before Justice
Robinson fortml. He was lipid to bail in
amount of two hundred dollars.
The wife of Mr. Jessie Newsmiie, form
erly principal of the Cairo colored Mhoolh,
but now in charge of the Hodges Park sta
tion in the colored Methodist mission, died
suddenly at Hodges Park on Wednesday,
and was buried at Villa Ridge yesterday.
Mr. Egbert Smith, of Smith Bros., re
turned a few days ago from bis visit to Ca
Mr. Joseph McKenzie, an old citizen of
Cairo, who has been away for a number of
years, is in the city on a short visit.
Mr. A. Rally rejoices in an addition to
bis family in the form of a little daughter.
Mr. R. F. Jones, formerly of the Illinois
Central wharf-boat, but latterly clerk of the
steamer Commonwealth arrived in the city
Thursday and remain some time.
ALEXANDER COUNTY SEPTEMBER 2D, 1891.
John Kunk and wife to E. McKenzie;
quit claim deed, dated December 1st, 1870,
for east half of southwest quarter ot sec
tion thirty, township fiftean, range one, in
Taylor fc Parsons, to Cairo City Gas
Company; special warranty deed, dated
June 20th, 1881, for a tract of land adjacent
to block nuraljcred fifty-eighty, in the city
Washington, Sept. 2 8:30 a. m. Tho
president slept well during the night and
this morning his condition is in all respects
as favorable as yesterday at the samo hour.
Pulse 100, temperature 99 1-10, respiration
Washington, Sept. 31, 12 :30 p. in. The
president's condition has not materially
changed since the morning bulletin was in
sued. Pulse 100, temperaturo 99 1-10, res
WHIPPED TO DEATH.
(Special to tbo Cairo Bulletin-
Donoola, August 31. Samuel Hazel,
beat to death with a cowhide, a little six
year old daughter of Elizabeth Dalton. The
murder waa committed six miles east of
Dongola, in Union county. The only pro-v.-x'.ation
tho child gave the brute was, to
cry to go to bed. The murderer has skip
ped, but steps are being taken to bunt him
down. For brutality the murder is unpar
alleled, and should the brute be caught, he
will or should be brought to punishment.
But then it is in Union county, and who
ever heard of a murderer being convicted
in Union county. "Old Trim."
LIST or letters remaining uncalled
FOR IN THE lwroKFICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAV, ALU. 27, 1881.
Bush. R. M.
Brenn, Walt. D.
Barfield, Ben S.
Belle, Dr. ,
Austen, Chaa. Col'd
Brooks, Chas. S.
Brown. Geo. M.
Carter, J. N.
East, B. F., 3
Fellows, P. n.
Harris, J. W.
Hicks, J. E., Rev.
Johnson, Frank, 2
Jackson, J. F.
Casey, D. W.,2
Gosman, J. II.
Gladstone, J. G.
McGeo, AnderBon '
Niler, C. F.
Parker, D. S.
Shalo, T. M.
Toncy, C. M.
McGinuis, J. II.
Phillips, Jas. '
Honibert, T. J.
Sulser, Jno. (2)
Thompson, A. B.
Totton, J. M.
Williams, G. W.
Bush, M. F.
Cloyne, M. W.
Cattell, Eliczia, cpl'd
Do Baun, name
Gardner, Lizia, col'd Homes, Adie
Harris, M.J. Howe, Mary G.
Morris, Addie Morel!, Hanna
Park, J. E. peck, F. L.
Partec, Alice RoHS,Ctarsie
Russell, Cora J. Redd, Nannie
Roark, Mary J. Schot, Mandey
Smith, Emma Bhofncr, Lueaser
Stanley, Ellen, col'd Sharp, Millio
Vouls, Eleatta Wilson, Boby
Persons calling for the alovo mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Post Master.
EVENTS OF THE DAY.
At a land league meeting in Dublin,
Thomas Sexton stated that tho leaguo
would not be satisfied until landlordism was
The republican state central committee
of Nebraska has railed a convention at
Lincoln for October 5, with 441 delegates,
A London journal announces the quiet
shipment of .'(100,000 in gold from Ham
burg to New York Thursday.
Senator Bn Hill is again tmuHeil l'h
cancer n the totiiriK' ; and h;w Uried for
Philadelphia to consult his phytciar s
The paradn of the Illinois tin-men at the
opening of the tournament in Ojiim-y was
one mile in length.
1 lie ltittiiil Ltnon telegraph company
will commence business in October with
25,000 miles of wire.
Captain Stone has returned to Cincinnati
with Maud S., and announces that she will
not appear in public again this seasou.
A dispatch from Cape Town announces
the wreck of the Union mail steamer Teu
ton, with 200 souls on board, of whom only
27 were saved.
At the meeting of the republican stab
committee of New York, Vice-President
Arthur failed to present himself, and Thorn
as C. Piatt was called to the chair. It was
resolved that the state convention be held at
New York on the 5th of October, and to in
crease the delegates to 495.
Secretary W'ndom decide! yesterday
that there is no law or rule authorizing the
redemption or exchange by the Treasury
Department of any coins of the United
States on account of their being mutilated.
Mutilated silver coins will be paid lor at
tho mint at their full bullion value, but
that is all that can be done for the holders.
Dr. Korum, the new Catholic bishop of
Treves, was received by the emperor of Ger
many, and has gone to Strasbourg, to issue
a pastoral to the clergy of his diocese. He
will pr"ceed to Coblcntz to salute the em
press, and will be installed at Strasbourg
Th? lowlands of Cheshire, Lancashire and
Yorkshire are completely submerged, and
the crops on them are utterly destroyed.
The rainfall in some localities is estimated
at 150 tons per acre in eighteen hours. The
reports from other parts ot England than
those named are of an equally dismal and
Atlantic steamers which arrival at New
York Wednesday brought 2,300,000 worth
of gold bullion from Europe. The Pall
Mall Gazette says that 3,000,000 worth of
gold bullion was quietly shipped at Ham
burg for New York yesterday, brings $:.t;)0,
The First National bank of Indianapolis,
whioh was established by William H. Eng
lish nineteen years ago, and whose charter
expires in a few months, has leen reorgan
ized in such manner as to cause no hiatus.
This is tho first United States depository to
make this change, the treasury department
giving its consent, and the new institution
commenced Thursday with clear books.
The coroner in AugtiBt wheat obtained
by a Cincinnati party in the Chicago mark
et was successfully carried out, the setting
price being 1.88 to $1.40. The only bel
ligerent is James A. Baker, of New York,
who has brought suit against Seymour,
Hunt & Co. to recover $90,000 in margins.
The hostile Indians who have been mak
ing trouble on the Menominee reservation
are encamped a few miles from Clintonville,
Wis., and will resist any attempt at cap
ture. They are well armed, and havo plenty
ot spies. A company of troops with twenty
days' rations is marching toward the reserv
ation. Gun. Grant has declined for the present
the reception tendered him' by the people ot
Ashbury Park, N. J., in consequence of thq
condition ot President Garfield. He says
that he would consider it unbecoming in
him to participate in joyous festivals while
the life of the Presidoptof the Nation
hangs by a thread. ' Gon. Grant's declina
tion and his reasons therefor tlo him honor.
Captain Howgatc, whoso stealings from '
the United States amount to about $500,-
000 irt-nowhero to bo found, and it is be
lieved that he has fled from tho country in
company with his iniBtresa, leaving his
bondsmen to eettlo with tho United States
Government. Tho saddest thing aUmt the
wholo affair, perhaps, is tho fact that How
gate leaves his poor wife with , only $:100,
the amount allowed by tho statuto.
Gititeau wroto a letter to District-Attorney
Corkhill yesterday, expressing great
regret that he did not kill tho President in
the Vermont Avcnuo Church when he went
there for tho purpose The villain says that
he is sorry the President suffers so much,
but a great deal more sor-y that tho Pres
ident is not dead. Guiteau seems desirous
of provoking somebody to stretch his neck,
even though the President will not die.
Making allusion to its valuable qualities,
John Stein, Esq., City Brewer, Danville,
III., says: I have used St. Jacobs Oil in
lay family, and recommend it to my ac
quaintances. It has always given the best
satisfaction, and is truly a wonderful rem
Tens of thousands of dollars are squand
ered yearly ujnm traveling quueks who go
from town to town professing to cure all tho
ills that our poor humanity is heir to. Why
will not the public learn common sense, and
it they arc suffering from dyspepsia or liver
complaint, invest a dollar in Spring Blos
som, sold hy all druggists and indorsed by
ho faculty, See testimonials, price 50
cents, trial Itottlcs 10 cents. Paul O. Schuh,
A COOKING KToVE for vale, with twlnn poti
two tiikd inti end ie irridillm: will m ruld
for tt-a dolinrt. Apply el HuUeiiu ollice.
.-Opened Jnly I. 11.
TllO.T0! LtYIf, tCOXD i0 HAIt.KOJOl (TniET!.
t'A new nd complrta Ilotol, with tlcvlor,
bun mil nil modern ioiprowmonu.
Term i.j.50 to 1 1,S0 per Cay, according to 1 ora
tion of room.
L.. P. PARK Kit Ac CO., linnet.
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -e? STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Tth, and until Inrther
notice the ferryboat will make trip ta follow:
LtATia LBATIS HATia
Foet Poorth at. Mlaoonri Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
i.oo a. m,
10 :00. m.
8:) a- to.
10:30 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
i a. m.
S p. m.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
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Manufacturer ot and Dealer in .
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Of JOB WORK DONB TO OBDKB.
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