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TILE DAILY BULLETIN.
Office : Bulletin. BoiltUnjc, WiuMngtoi Aveooe
ENTERED AT TBI FOOT OFflCB Il CAIKO, IL
LIKOIB, A 1KOOND-CLASS MATTES.
omuiAX PAP KB OF CITY AND COUNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. Id thin column, eight centi per line for
(rat and Ave cenie per line e.h lutnequent Inier
lion, for one month, 50 cent 4 per line.
September 7 to October 22J, 1881, the II
liaoia Central Railroad will Bull excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for the
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. Johnson, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
at Do Baun's 88 Ohio Leyee.
The Illinois Central Railroad will sell
excursion tickets at greatly bkduced rates
for round trip. Commence sale of tickets
September 6th, and continue until October
7th; good to return on until October 10th.
The 4:29 p.m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Pullman Sleeper
through to Cincinnati without change.
A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agent.
Persons wishing 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
at Do Baun's 56 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 Triple X.
"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
every 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, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92.' , ' F. M. Ward.
A new oyster saloon has been opened
by Mrs. II. Walker, ia the front room of
her home on Sixth street, which she has
fitted up in elegant style. Families wish
ing to enjoy a quiet meal of oysters should
call on Mrs. Walker.
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 56 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 of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J. B. Bibb.
Use The Cairo Bulletin Bcratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1 .00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
Over 165,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, 8el
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE por a term of years.
I will leaso mv farm at Pulaxlci 1 n mil,..
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm is rich bottom and tim
bered 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 of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postofice and telegraph office;
mineral water as good ns the best can be
obtained by driving. At a littlo expense
a nan pond led by living water can be
made and stocked with nativo fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
tne acre. As a dairy larm, the place is un
equaled. Piew larm implements, cows,
norses, etc. wll be sold with the lease it
desired. Parties are invitod to visit the
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowe, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may he made at The Bulletin
office or of J. H. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
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" Mrs. II. Walker has fitted up a front
room in her house on Sixth street inele
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
I outers in any style desired.
:'-. Avlnger'B Oysters.
Fresh arrival of Select Oyters at Avin
ger&Tharp'a Restaurant andHnrone.n "
tel. Ohio Leve. next to City Nation! n..
every day. and sorved up to ordur in v,I
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of dy
oi night. Also for salo at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
Halliday Guard, Co. "D," 11 Regiment
J. N. G.
Aumort Hall, 8ept., 1881.
Company Ordor No. 1. f
A full meeting of the company will bo
held at this hall on Tuesday evening, Sep
tember 0th for the transaction of important
business. By order of
Captian John E, Enousu.
W. P. Junk, Orderly Serg't.
Tnosdav. Thursday, and Saturday
night, at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenuo,
large assortment of Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress Goods, Ladies' Waro and No
tions. GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In thene column, ten cent per line,
etch lneertlun. Marked
, Ilattie 8. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's. . .
The tug Waif has gone up the Tennes
see river, where she will go into a lucrative
Stuart, on Eighth street, has a large
lot of genuine pebble goat button shoes for
only $2.00 a pair.
Yesterday the entire stock of station
ary, etc., of Mr. E. E. Comings was trans
ferred to the etore of Mr. James Coleman
and tho house in which the former kept is
St. Joseph's Loretto academy will be
ready to receive pupils and boarders by the
latter part of this month. The school will
open on tne nrst ciay oi uciouer ior mu
Mr. Chas. R. Stuart is in New York, mak
ing an unusually large purchase of fall and
winter dry goods, and as his good taste is
proverbial, the ladies of Cairo may look for
handsome goods soon.
Quite anumber of strangers are in the
city for the purpose of availing themselves
of the benefits of Dr. Marean's celebrated
electro vapor and medicated baths, instead
of going to not Springs.
The City of Vicksburg has retired on
account of low water, and the great light
draught passenger packet Bright Light
takes her with the Vicksburg's crew, head
ed by Capt. Bob. Riley.
Arthur is chairman of the New York
state republican committee. Ue ought to
resign; the proper place for the vice presi
dent of the United States is not at the
head of a political committee.
A new and neat iron picket fence has
recently been erected around The Halliday, (
where it is needed to guard pedestrians
against stepping off the r Jewalk to the
basement below. It is so an addition to
the general appearance of the premises.
Stuart, the enterprising Eighth Bt. tner
chanty's already in the field with a first in
stalment of fall goods. Among his arrivals,
yesterday, were a handsome line of indigo-
blue calicoes, dress ginghams, at 10 cents a
yard, and a beautiful lot of all-wool momie
cloth, at 25 cents a yard.
The large two story frame building of
Mr. John Clancv, which was standing on
the north side of Twelfth street, on Com
mercial avenue, has been moved about ten
feet near the avenue, because it stood that
much on Railroad st. aei. Mr. J ames Suru
merwell did the job.
Mr. John Reese, of the Court House
bakery, has had his delivery wagon, which
was badly wrecked some time ago, com
pletely repaired so that it now looks elegant.
Besides being generally overhauled, it has
been newly painted. Look out for it, every-
body, when it is out on its daily rounds.
Marshal Myers and tne officers have
been active during the last few days in
clearing the sidewalks along Commercial
avenue ol obstructions of every kind. As a
consequence, the appearance ot the Btreet is
much improved and the many citizens who
frequent that Btreet are pleased.
The Belle of Shrevcport, left New Or-
Inanslast Wednesday, on her way up. She
has on board a number of tho Southern pu
pils for St. Vincent's college, Cape Girar
deau, It is desired that the Cairo boys will
ue reaay to go on ooaru wiicn she arrives.
Rev. M. O'Brien is in the city, the guest ot
Father Masterson, and will tako charge of
the pupils on their way to tho school.
Mr. M. R. Kuchno, the veteran piano
tuner, is in the city again and will remain
all this week in order to accomodate any of
his many customers who may need his nor
rices. Ue is the most experienced piano
tunor or builder that comes to Cairo and is
well worthy of tho extensivo patronage ho
-It is said that the largest rubber belt
n use in the world will bo used at the now
elevator when it is finished. Tho belt is
three hundred and twenty-two feet in length
and four feet in width. , It costs something
over two thousand dollars. The elevator
will be in operation in tho course of two
Thero appoar to bo too many dog-lag
thieves in the city. Not many days pass
without bringing to the Marshal's ofllco
some one who conmlains that
the tatf has mvstenouslv disiinnnarnrl
' - j J g, . v... w
from his or her dog. Tho officers are keep
ing a sharp look out for stolen tags, how
ever, which may tend soon to bring to light
"me oi tne depredators.
-In tho last issue of , tho Free Press, In
PeaWnK of the rumor of bis removal to this
y. J; .H. Barton aayi: "Wo cannot yet
posuuiy muouuco that wo shall remove to
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1881.
Cairo. As yet wo have not counted tho
money we deem necessary to open up an es
tablishment that will fill the bill in that
city. We may go there, and we may not.
We shall not, under any circumstances,
throw up a paying business for any uncer
tainty or probability. The time has not
yet arrived when wo can make tho positive
For sorao days past a number of car
penters with assistants have been at work
in the second and third stories of the brick
building near the corner of Sixth stroet and
Ohio levee, which ia to be occupied
by the officers of the Illinois
Central railroad. They have torn out all
the partitions and removed the plastering
from the walls, preparatory to transforming
the larga rooms into a number of elegant
offices. The lower floor will be similarly
arranged when the saloon and restaurant
now being kept there Bhall have been re
moved. The Sunday Bourbon, published and
edited by Phocion Howard, at Springfield,
111., made its appearance in the Bulletin's
sanctum yesterday. It is entirely superfluous
to tell those who know Phocion that the
Bourbon is an excellent paper, excellent in
appearance and in the character, quantity
and style of its contents. It is an eight
column folio, with patent inside. In poli
tics it is what its name implies to use its
own words, "an old-fashioned, states rights,
democratic newspaper." It meets ably a
great public want and therefore The Bul
letin wishes it unbounded success.
Phocion Howard's Sunday Bourbon
says: "The Halliday brothers, of Cairo,
are now happy. Heretofore they were like
the young mas who made a visit of enquiry
to our Savior and was told that he lacked
just one thing. The Halliday boys had
banks and tugs and mills and railroads
and stores, but no hotel. So they bought
them one. The Cairo Bulletin prints the
picture, and it is a handsome one. Tho
Halliday house is to be a second Leland."
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows : Chattanooga, Tenn., 93 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 89; Davenport, lows, 79; Dubuque,
Iowa, ; Keokuk, Iowa, 81; LaCrosse,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 93; Louis
ville. Ky., 93; Memphis, Tenn., 94; Nash
ville, Tenn., 91; Omaha, Neb., 88; Pitts
burg, Pa., 85; 3hreveport, La., 97; St.
Iouis, Mo., 88; St. Paul, Minn., 80; Vicks
burg, Miss., 98; North Platte, Neb., 83;
Yankton, Dak., 88; Dismarck, Dak., ;
Dodge City, Kan,, ;
About eleyen o'clock last eight
Deputy Sheriffs Morse and Downing arrest
ted a negro named Thomas Biggs who had
stolen a watch from another negro named
Thomas Duean. When the officers and
their prisoner had gone some distance to
ward the county jail the latter suddenl"
broke loose and ran. The officers gave
chase and fired their pistols,but without in
timidating the fugitive. Deputy Morse
finally caught up with him and then
began a scuffle in which firBt one
and then the other had the advantage.
When Deputy Downing came up, the ne
gro was making a powerful effort to wrench
Deputy Morse's pistol from his hand. A
blow over tho eye from Downing's fist
caused the negro to surrender and also
caused the blood to flow down his face, and
he was taken to the jail without iurther
The first car load of lumber for the
buildings of the Dixie Cotton Seed Oil com
pany, arrived Friday, and five more cars
were expected to Brrive yesterday. MessrB.
Lancaster and Rice, who have the contract
tor furnishing all tho material, expect that
work on tho buildings will be bogun with
in a tew d;d. The principal cause of delay
is that the track of the Narrow Gauge rail
road is now running over one corner of the
square upon which the largest building is
to be erected. Tho railroad company has
the question of removing its track under
advisement and will probably decide it in
favor of the Oil Company. If it docs, and
the track is removed, tho , largest building
of the Oil Company, which has been laid
out at eighty-eight feet long, will be built
one hundred feet long with a twclvo foot
platform, making the wholo one hundred
and twelve feet in length,
The Pulaski Patriot repeats what tho
Bulletin said some time ago, namely, that
"it is gratifying to observe that the crusado
against concealed weapons ia becoming
general throughout the state, etc., etc."
Tis true, 'tis gratifying. But
'tis also true, and a pity 'tis, 'tis truo, that
the town and county wherein tho butter
milk bloated Jou Robarts and the Patriot
liavo their clephautino being there is no
ground for gratification on this score. This
is apparent from the fact that only a short
timo ago, a rough, who had concealed
about his person and afterwards flourished
in a dangerous manner, a pistol, was fined
only five dollars and costs, whon the lowest
flno prescribed by the state law against
such a crime is twenty-fivo . dollars and
costs. 1 ho friendly feeling which appears
to exist between the Mound City polico
magistrates and tho Mound City bully,
which induces the one to break the law
while protending to punish law-breakers
certainly borders , on .the sublime and
challenge the admiration certainly has
the approval, of the criminal world.
. Tho Pulaski Patriot persists in the , to
it painful effort of invonting and giving out
what it scorns to consider good strikes at
Cairo on the score of lior boom ; but these
his are merely senseless slurs, for which
there is no basis whatever in truth, and
which have their origin in the Patriot's un
reasoning jealousy. In its last issue the
Patriot says: "Cairo puts on city airs
Well, we don't wonder at it much. By ref
erence to the doily papors of that city, it
will bo seen that the business of the polico
courts is constantly ;' on the increase, and
that tho city is infested with the usual num
ber of thieves, thugs and rapscallions. That
is what makes the town in connection
with tho other enterprises." Tho business
of the Cairo police courts is not constantly
on the increase. It is no larger than it usu
ally is this time of the year, and is not as
large in proportion to the city's population
as many other cities in this part of the
country, which are not, as Cairo is, the
center of the railroad and steamboat traf
fic of the South and West. There is no more
orderly city in the country than Cairo,
which can be proven by reference to the
criminal records. The fact that the Cairo
polico dockets are as largo as they are, is
positive proof of the utility of tho Cairo
police force, which, small as it is, will com
pare favorably with any. And a reference
to the said dockets, as they appear in the
Bulletin, will prove to the Patriot that
Cairo criminals, unlike those in Mound
City, are punished in accordance with tho
enormity ot their crime.
On Wednesday night a committee from
Paducah, consisting of tho mayor, several
aldermen, and some prominent citizens,
visited the town of Metropolis, and there
met and conferred with the representatives
and people of the place, in mass meeting as
sembled, a? to the inducements that Metro
polis would offer tho Danville, Olncy and
Ohio railroad company, it it would run its
line through there. Tho conference was
charac.erized by the greatest harmony and
the general tone ' of the assemblage was
highly favorable to tho railroad company,
as may be seen from tho following extract
from an article in tho last number of the
Metropolis Democrat: "The lateness of lie
meeting precluded our obtaining the lesol
utions for our present issue, but their iia
port wis alnjut tins. That the citizens of
Metropolis and Massac Co. will extend sub
stantial aid in the way of stock or dona
tions in cash, and also by grunting the right
of way, depot grounds, fcc, free to the coin-
gany, and turther.that they will act in liar
monv and cood faith with the Paducah
people in the undertaking. Mr. James R.
Maxwell, engineer-in-chief for the road,
was present, and stated that the road would
be completed to Olney by the 15th ot this
month, and that it was now located to Mc-
Leansboro, in Hamilton county, and fur
ther that the question of the location of the
terminus would depend largely on the in
ducements offered by competing points on
the river from Shawneetown to Cairo."
A MYSTERIOUS DEATH.
.. Coroner Richard Fitzgerald was notified
yesterday afternoon that the body of a man
had been found in the woods above Cairo,
not far from the farm of Mr. John Porter.
Three little boys who were out in the woods,
looking for paw-paws, found it and reported
the fact. The body is very much decom
posed and seems to have lain there for near
ly if not quite a week. The features could
not be recognized and the clothing bad
been torn into shreds, probably by hogs. A
hole in the forehead and a largo revolver
a seven shooter witn tne cartridge,
against which tho trigger lay
empty, found near by the body, showed the
manner of the man's death, and
gives ground for the suspicion that
he P committed suicide. Thero were
tound also lying around the
body in a disordered state a number of
letters and other papers all written and
printed in the German language, which
prove tho poor man to havo been ono of ed
ucation, honest and industrious. From
these papers it appears that the man's
name was Ottomar Maximilliau Regel, of
Verdau, Germany; that ho came to this
country some time in tho month ot May,
1879, that he bus a father, mother and two
BiBters living in Verduu, who are in moder
ate circumstances financially, and that he
was indebted to twelve different parties in
Germany to tho amount of about ono thou
sand dollars. Among tho papers are three
recommendations from hardware dealers in
Zwickau and Chemitz, which givo him an
excellent character; a certificate of
vaccination, dated somo timo in May 1879
at Zwickau; two school certificates which
show that he stood high in the ordinary
branches of learning; a paper written and
signed by himself in a good clear hand, in
which ho binds himself before leaving Ger
many for this country to return at any time
if tho German army were called out for
service and report for duty at military
headquarters in his town. This paper is
dated at Verdau, May 19th, 1879. Thero is
also a luttor from his sister, Erncstiue Regel,
dated at Verdau, February 28d, 1880.
Bosides these papors thero were found a
number of leaves from a Gorman almanac,
each neatly folded to a trianglo and con
taining a specimen of butterfly, somo of
thorn very handsome; an old pocket and
memorandum book combined, in which a
few now unintelligible notes havo boon
made. Thero wore also four photographs
of as many different persons.
Ono is that ot a young man
apparently about twenty-two years old; an
other was a man awut thirty years oia,
with a short cut but thick mustache and
dressed in a long, black frock coat, and
having a decidedly Gorman appearance.
This is supposed t bo the picture of the
dead man. Tho other two pictures were
likenesses of two young ladies, probably
his two sisters, Ernestine and Flora.
Coronor Fitzcrerald Will hnlil
an inquest over the remains this morning;
but it is not likely that the manner of the
man's acatu win be positively ascertained
Rev. M. O'Brien will preach at high mass
at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Patrick's
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach morning and
evening at the usual hours at the Baptist
church, corner Tenth and Poplar streets,
The public is cordially invited.
There will be prayei meeting in the
Methodist church at 9:30 o'clock this fore
noon and Sabbath school at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Dr. Petiie will officiate in the
St. Joseph's Catholic church will be
thrown open to the public as usual to-day.
Rev. nossfeld will conduct morning
services in tho German Lutheran
church this morning. Sunday School will
be held in the atternoon.
There will be services in the A. M. E,
church on Eighteenth Btreet aad also nearly
all tho other colored churches will be open
for services to-day at the usual hours.
There will le no services and no Sunday
School in the Presbyterian church to-day;
but the young people's meeting will take
place in the parsonage, at halt-pasf seven
o'clock this evening. A full attendance is
MAGISTRATE COMING'S COURT.
Henry HarrUson was arrested by Officer
Winis fur being disorderly and was fined
five dollars and costs.
Ellen Fy was arrested by Officer Dan
ker for a similar offense and fined the suiiic
justice Robinson's court.
Ed. Harkiiia was arrested by Officer Olm
sted under tiie vagrant act and fined twen
ty dollars and costs, but given a stay of
execution on condition that ho would leave
the city within two hours.
Laura Hamilton was arrested by Officer
Mahanny for having no visible means of
support and for wandering in the
streets in the night tinre.
She was fined ten dollars and costs and sent
to jail for fifteen days.
Carrie Wilson, arrested by Officer WimB
for drunkenness, was fined one dollar and
The report of City Marshal Myers to
the Mayor and city council for the month of
August shows that there were arrested for
assault to murder, two; for assault with a
deadly weapon, one; for assault and
battery, four; for burglary, two; for
carrying concealed weapons, three; for dis
orderly conduct, one hundred and six; for
false pretense, one; for gaming, twenty -one,
for intoxication, thirty-eight; for larceny,
eight; for lunacy, one; for lewdness, three ;
on pcaco warrant, one; for vagrary, eleven;
for sundry offences, twenty; total two hun
dred and twenty-two. This number is much
larger than the average, which is due to
the fact that tho officers suc
ceeded in making several raids
upon certain classes of bad criminals and
having them duly punished.
YESTERDAY'S WASHINGTON DIS
Washington, September 3d, 8 :30 a. m.
The President was somewhat more restless
than usual during early part of night, but
slept better after one a. m. this morning.
His general condition docs not differ mate
rially from what it was at at tho same time
yesterday, except thore is a slight increase
in tho frequency of the pulse. Pulso 101,
temperature 98-6, respiration 18. Blips.
Washington, September 3d, 12:30 p. M.
Tho president's condition has not material
ly changed since the morning bulletin was
issued. Pulse 104, temperature 98:4, res
piration 18. Bliss.
Will P.Smyth returned last evening
from the Anna fair.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor returned from up in
tho county on the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road yesterday evening.
Mr. F. M. Jones, county clerk of Johnson
county, was in Cairo yesverday morning en
route home from tho Anna fair.
Mr. Wm. McKonnoy, a prominent tobac
co dealer of Tunnell Hill, was in Cairo
Hon. W. A. Spann passed through Cairo
yesterday morning on his way home from
Mr. Durrell, of the Illinois Central ele-
v'atsr wont to Chicago yesterday,
There will bo no services in the Episco-
pal'church to-day because of tho absence of
Rector Davenport. Sunday School will he
held at nine o'clock this morning, however.
Mr. AnW of the Cairo custom' house,
will leave to-morrow for a Bhbrt visit to re-
lativos and friends in Normal and Bloom-
The friends of Miss Alvord will be glad
lnarn that she has almost if not entirely
recovered from her: sovero illness of last
spring. Sho is now visiting io Ipava In the
north part of this state.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
M'nd decoy, doit thon, so icniitlve now
Feul yonder riling inn,
Witb burning brow, part bough from boogb,
To view Ui battle won?
The bln-clad bills, tha had cooled rllli '
Are not to tfiddon thoe "
But lb peace that (till the itorm that tbrlllt
Thy splrlt'e Galilee.
Oh, boih thy long, thy tad, tweet long,
The plaluttve note of pain
Flow aoft along where bnt belong
Thejoye of lore'a refrain.
"Some knight perchance bit blood wct lance
May rent In Illy bed,
Where illver trance of moon may glance
Paleahadow e'er blihead.
Bnt redly bright to leave of hilo
The scarlet dropt will cling,
When fair moonlight hath told tlme'e flight
Pearl i fallen from a airing,"
I nearer drew, and fainter grew
The mailc that I heard.
White wing, I knew, acroii the dew
Had flown and hnahed th bird.
"Sept. ltt, 181,
Tens of thousands of dollars are squand i
ercd yearly upon traveling quacks who gc
from town to town professing to cure all the
ills that our poor humanity is heir to. Why
will not the public learn common sense, and
it they are suffering from dyspepsia or livei
complaint, invest a dollar in Spring Blos
som, sold by all drucgists and indorsed by
the faculty, See testimonials. IMce 5(
cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul O. Scbuh
ACUOKINU KTuVE forealc. with two iron pot i
two hake pane and twa (rndillen; will be eoli
for ten dol!a. Apply at llulletln office.
-Opened Jiilyl. 1M.-
rnOKTIOH LXVEI, MCOVD AMD MtLBOAD tT&EIT .
tfA new and complete Hotel, with elevaU
baiht and all modem Improvement. f
Term $.'.10 to $,) per day, according to loc,
tlon of room. '
Ij. l'.PATtKKIt Ac CO., Lpmih
THE IOK KING.
Ready bow, io fnrnlab and deliver 1CK In a(
quantity both waoli-aale anil retail, ana at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
IreupcctrnllyaollcltthepatrocaReofall my cf ;
friend aifl a many new one, and g'larjnteeth.
aatUfaction. JACOB KI.BK
J)U. E. W. WniTLOCK,
omoi No. 1M Commercial Avena, betwr
Slghtb and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICB-Elghth Btreet, near Com ercial Aven
TO YOUNG MEN AND OTHERS, t
We pnd on trial for thirty day our Slectro-V
talc Bolta, Band and Hnpenorle, to yoang n t
and other anffnrlsg from wewnw, iior.uu.
h.in. !.. vOaio.. i nt manhood, and many on i
dinnaa'o. We gnarauUio apoedy enru and eo !
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elay, VOLTAIC BBLT CO. ManhaU Mlob (
CAIRO AM NKW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
STEAMER SILVERTHOR: J j
W.J. TUHNEtt, Maitor.
3, K. MUBE, Clerk.
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every Tneiday, Thnradar and Bat rday at IP,
Returning loavea New Madrid Wednesday, Jfrli
I Mommy ei 7 a. in. , .
For freight or PMViaUS, Agent.
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