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ENTXHBO AT TUI FOBT OHICI IN CAIRO, IL
UNOIR, A IKOOND-CLABS MATTKB.
OFKiUlAl. PAPER OF CITY AND OOCJiTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotilnthUeolumn,olKlit cenu per lluo for
nit and flva cent ler line each auhMMjueut Inser
tion. For one month, 60 ccnu per line.
.'September 7 to October 23d, 1881, tho Il
linois Central Railroad will sell excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for the
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. Johnson, Gen. Agt., Cairo.
. at De Buun'a 50 Ohio Leyee.
The Illinois Central Railroad will sell
excursion tickets at gkkatly redccrd rates
for round trip. Commence salo of tickets
September Gth, and continue until October
7th; Rood to return on until October 10th.
The 4:20 p. m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Tollman Sleeper
through to Cincinnati without change.
. A. II, Hanson, Gen. Tass. Agent.
Fkkpoxs ' wishing to- enjoy a diuli of
oysters quietly can bo accommodated by
going to Mrs. II. Walker, on tho north side
of Sixth street, between Commercial and
at Do Bauu'a 5C Ohio Levee.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for H Netve Diseases,
All flu stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
The Great TripleX.
'XXX Deer," 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. Tho
"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 trv the "XXX."
The Howe Scale Co. cnlaigod their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
Horden, Belleck. is Co., General Agents,
Chicago, III. (JJ)
Ice, Wholesale anil Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by tho 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 iec is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakco Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
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by Mrs. II. Walker, in the front room of
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ner nouiu on mxwi sircer, which ane nag
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uucu up iu eiegaui mym. r amines winn
ing to en joy a quiet moal of oysters should
call on Sirs. Walker.
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To Ail Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board cf Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J.B. Brnu.
Use Tns Caiho Bulletin scratch books,
lor Bale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to thn dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to tho
entire system. (3)
Mhb. II. Wai.kxk has litted up a trout
room in tier houso on Sixth street in ele
gant style and has opened therein a first
class oyster saloon for tho accommodation
of families. This in a finift ipun.Ml,lii
place where the public can iro and enjoy a
uisu ui omnium iu nny mjiu uraireu.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ircr&Tharr-'s Restaurant ami Euronean Ho
tol, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
everyday, and served up to order in tho
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for salo at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE FOB A TEIIM OF TKAHS.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm Is rich bottom and tim
bered upland, good for fruit and t-ailv
gardening; two living springs of water that
have shown no signs of failing this present
ary season ; new two story dwelling of 7
rooms within live minutes walk of railroad
depot, poHtolfico and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can bo
obtainod by dsiving, At a little expense
a fish pond fed by living water can he
made and stocked with native fish, The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to tho acre and corn will yield 80 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
Wires, etc. will bo nold with the lease it
desired. Parties are Invited to visit the
place or address mo by letter.
E. M. Lowrt. Pulaski. Ills.
Enquiries may be in ado at The Bulletin
office or of J. H. Mctchlf, Cairo, !!'.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, , SEPTEMBER 7, 1881.
Show Window for Sale.
A large show window in good order is for
Bale by Mrs. 8. Williamson. Apply at once
at her millinery establishment at the foot of
Seventh street, over Mr. A. Halley'i store.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
n'ght. at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenuo,
".rue assortment of Clothing, Hoots and
Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress Goods, Ladies' Wans and No
tions. GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In theo columns, ten cents per line,
etch Insertion. Marked '
Hattie S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh's.
Walker's Theatre Comiquo furnishes
delightful entertainment during these long,
dull summer evenings.
Five feet six inches above low water
mark is what the Ohio river marked on the
Government guage yesterday.
Messrs. Swoboda & Schultz have re
moved their business into their elegant new
brick store since Friday last.
W. R. Hoopaw, ot Villa Ridge has
opened a tamily grocery store in tho Ct-lla
building corner Twentieth and Poplar
Tho two cottages built by Mr. John E.
English on Commercial avenue near
Twenty-eighth street, for Hon. Jesse Waro
are nearly completed.
Tho front of Mr. P. Neff's houso at
the southwest corner of Commercial avenue
and Eighth street was yesterday torn out
and tho sidewalk removed preparatory to
replacing them anew.
Owing to the extreme shallowness of
tho water over tho chain between Cairo and
Paducah the Gus Fowler is compelled to
tow a barge in order to avoid being too
heavily laden with freight herself.
Several men were employed the great
er part of yesterday in fishing for tho body
of young Joseph Burton, the painter, who
drowned near the Iron Mountain wharf boat,
in tho Ohio river, on Sunday night, but
without finding him.
Tho famous racing mare "Julo"is now
the solo property of Mr. Geo. E. O'llara
who bought Mr. W. D. Lippett's share m
her. The marc is in excellent condition
and ready for the track against any nag iu
this part of the country.
Messrs. Lancaster & Rico are contem
plating tho erection of a large planing mill,
on the vacant lot, near the corner of Fif
teenth street, on Commercial avenue. The
building will be fifty by one hundred feet
in dimensions and one story.
The consolidation of tho firms of C. O.
Paticr & Co., and E. B. Pettit, which it was
rumored, some time ago, would take place,
has now been consummated, and will result
in Mr. Pettit making his head quarters in
the New York rtor.', while still contiuuing
his business on Twenty-eighth street.
Very extensive improvements are con
templated by the Cairo and St. Louis R. R.
company on this end of tho road . The tracks
be will moved and extended; the grounds
of the road filled up and some new build
ings erected. It is expected that a thou
sand men will be at work here under the
company within the coming three weeks.
Yestorday's signal servico report show
a powerful atmosphvric disturbances in the
northwest which is moving towards the
cast and will very likely make itself felt
here. At North Platte the thermometer
fell to 41 and one-tenth of an inch of rain
fell during tho eight hours preceding 2:11
m. At lankton tho thermometer fell to
49 with three-quarters of an inch of rain.
At Dodgo City tho thermomter stood at 57
and the rain fall measurod one aud a quar
ter inches, which is very heavy.,
An accident occurred yesterday even
ing on Sixth street, between Commercial
avenuo and Ohio levee, which might havo
resulted BerioUBly to Mrs. Geo. W. Shellct.
She was driving down tho street in her
''"ggy. and when the horse reached Rail
road street, ho run agaiust a wire that was
stretched across tho Btreet by two men who
were in the act of raising it upon poles. Tho
horso stopped suddonly and turned down
Railroad street, nearly overturning the buir-
gy. But Mrs. Shellct did not I030 her pros-
enco of miud; she grasped tho r urns tiirht
ly and stopped tho horso before my dam-
ago was done.
The Chicago Times has been gather
ing statistics from this and other states, re-
gardlug tho supply of hogs Biid tho pros
ports for pork tho coming winter. It ar
rives at the conclusion that, owing to tho
lato cold spring the supply of pigs is about
l per cent. leis than usual; that bocauso
of the drouth they aro in .poor condition ;
that because df tho scarcity and high price
of corn a less quantity will be fed, and con
sequcutly Icbb pork bo mado than in other
years; and finally, that what Is mado will
be likoly to bring good prices.
Tho alarm of tiro which occurrod yes
terday evening about seven o'clock, was duo
In tho appearance ot firo on the river front
ab&ve the Cairo and Vinconnes freight do-
pot. i no Are dopnrtmcut turned out nromnt-
ly, but soon returned, as tlio flro provo i to
n bargo lying iu the river, in front
of tho Cairo and Vinconnes round house.
The barge was empty and burned entirely
up. Two or the engine wore taken on a
flat cor of the Cairo and Vinconnes track,
but got there too lato to do any good. No
other damage was done. Tho origin of tho
firo is unknown.
Tho special trains on tho Cairo and St.
Louis railroad will run as follows between
this city and Jonesboro from tho 18th to
17th instant, it being the occasion of the
Jonesboro fair: Leave Cairo 7 a.m., ar
rive 0:2k. LeavoBocch Ridge 7:80 a. m.,
arrive 8:55. Leave Hodges Park 7:45 a. ui.,
arrive 8 :40 p. m. Loavo Sandusky 8 :00 a.
m., arrive 8 :25 p. iu. Leave Barnards 8 :05
a. m., arrive 8 20 p. m. Leave Elco 8:25
a. m., arrivo 8 :00 p. m. Leave Mill Creek
8 :37 a. m., arrive 7 :48 p. m. Leave bpring
ville 8:45 a. m., arrive 7:40 p.m. Arrivo
at Jonesboro at 0 :00 a. m., leave at 7 :25
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 00; Cincinnati,
Ohio,?95 ; Davenport, Iowa, 81 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 91; Keokuk, Iowa, 94; LaCrosso,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 91; Louis
ville, Ky., 07; Momphis, Tenn., 97; Nash
ville, Tenn., 95; Omaha, Neb., 67; Pitts
burg, Pa., 102; Shrevcport, La., 98; St.
Louis, Mo., 98; St. Paul, Minn., C0;Vicks
burg, MiBS., 03; North Platte, Neb., 49;
Yankton, Dak., 49; Bismarck, . Dak., ;
Dodge City, Kan., 81;
Tho Board of Directors of the St. Louis
and New Orleans Transportation Company,
stole a march on their president, Capt. Hen
ry, at St. Louis, Sunday, and during his ab
sence they voted unanimously to name their
big towboat, now nearly completed, tho
"Henry Lourey." This is a well-deserved
compliment to a gentleman who labored
hard and. long for his company, and the
monster towboat, tho largest afloat, will
never burn a boiler with any blush this
name will ever cause her. In the language
of the Louisville poetical rivr editor,
"Long may she swim."
September 10th is the date fixed upon
for the removal of tho Utes from Colorado
to the Uintah reservation, on the borders of
Utah. There is some little appehension of
difficulty, as somo of them are openly pro-
testing that they will not go. They have
received half of the $75,000 which was giv
cn them for the lands.they leave, and spent
the money. A few have anticipated the
date set for their departure, by going ahead
with their wives and papooses, but tnere is
a rumor that the braves secretly threaten to
come back and fight, as soon as their fami
lies aro at a safe distance. The Utes are
well armed, and it is believed aro supplied
with abundance of ammunition by the Mor
mons. It is not improbable that a conflict
may arise, and the oars of the Nation again
be startled with tho news of massacre.
Coroner R. Fitzgerald went on Sunday
morning to view the remains of tho man
Max Rcgel, found near Mr. Thomas Por
ter's farm by several boys on Saturday last.
He found only the skeleton and somo scraps
of tho man's clothing. Apparently he came
there before tho high water and has Iain
there ever since it went away." The cloth
ing was torn into shreds, and flesh entirely
eaten off tho bones by vultures and hogs.
The bones were scattered in all directions
for quite a space around, and there was no
evidence anywhero which could have furn
ished ground for an intelligent verdict of a
coroner's jury therefore no inquest was held.
The papers found strewn round about tho
skeleton furnish tho only information that
could bo obtained, and this was
very fully given in Sunday's Bulletin.
However, tho fact that there is a hole in
the forehead of the scull and that one of
the chambers of the pistol found nearby
was empty, gives strong ground for the be
lief that he committed suicide by shooting
"Jim" Orango is at large again and is
up to his usual tricks. Ho does not appear
to have been intimidated by
his recent close proximity to the
Anna asylum for only a lew days after his
release from the county jail, ho was again
on n spren and making dangerous demon
strations towards all ho met. His behav
iour) was not that of a man who can be
trusted at largo in a peacable community
where the carrying ot deadly weapons costs
five times as much as it does in Mound
City. Jim does not act as an
ordinary man under any circumstances.
When sober he is looked upon by most peo
ple with suspicious fear and when drunk
he is nothing less than a raving maniac,
whose proper place is certamty not in tho
streets ot a populous city. At the trial re
cently given him tLreo witnesses were ex
amined, viz: Marshal Myers, Officer Olm
sted and Or. C. W. Dunning. All the
testimony elicited, iuciuding that
of tho defendant himself, was
that Jim was uot sane. Marshal Myers and
Officer Olmsted testified that, in their
opinion, which was based upon what they
had seen of the defendant in the streets, and
his utterances, ho was insane to a degree
that would endanger tho citizens whom ho
came in contact with during his fits. Dr.
Dunning gave it as his opinion, also based
upon a personal knowlodgo of tho defend
ant's peculiar habits and behavior
that lie, tho dofendent, was afflicted with
"homicidal mania, probably superinduced
by the inordinate uso of liquors.'?. The de
fendant himself gavo evidence of a disor
dered brain which could not at that timo
have bcon ascribed to tho use of liquors, as
ho had been in close confinement
ami lived on regular prison fare for
some timo. Furthermore there was
no evidenco produced boforo the jury
in contradiction to that of the officers, Dr.
Dunning and the delendani. No witnesses
were examined for the defense, henco there
was no evidence at all before tho jury upon
winch a verdict of acquittal could liavo
been bused. Yet such a verdict was found
and Orange is again . roaming about tho
Btroeta of the city, periodically terrorizing
all whom ho meets. The jury was com
posed of some of Cairo's best citizens who
are as honest as tho day is long and who
would not, therefore, bo guilty of a deliber
ate wrong. And in this case they wero not
guilty of a deliberate wrong, but just a
little off, so to Bpeak. Probably they didn't
consider the case of sufficient importance to
merit any deliberation and wo venture to
assert that if they were again
called upon to give an opinion in the Banio
case, with tho samo evidence before them
and an able lawyer to awaken them to the
great importance of the case, they would
render a verdict more in keeping with tho
evidence before them.
Miss Laura Burnside is in tho city visit
ing her sister Mrs. L. F. Kicfer.
Mrs. A. II. Irvin and daughter went to
Dixon Springs yesterday morning.
Miss Eflle Close returned from hor visit
north on Monday.
Mr. R. H. Cunningham and family re
turned from their long visit yesterday
Mrs. Goo. E. Olmsted and family return
ed from Crittenden Springs on Monday
Win. II. Critchlaw and Miss Eliza
Thomas were married by Esquire Osbom
on the 1st instant.
Dr. Petne will move into the house
now occupied by Mr. J. C. Clarke ani Mr.
Peter Neff will occupy his own houso which
Dr. Petrio will vacate.
Mrs. W. A. Kecfe, wife of conductor
Keetc, of the C, & St. L. R. R. leaves to
day for a visit of several weeks among rela
tives, at Wauk"gan, this state.
JUBTICE IIOBINSON 8 COL'BT.
Hugh Harley, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Olmsted, fined five dollars and
Alex. Marrich, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Dunker, fined five dollars and
Lee Smith, arrested by Officer Olmsted
for boing a vagrant, was discharged.
R. M. McKinney was arrcBted by Marshal
Myers and Officer Olmsted for carrying
concealed weapons. Ho was fined twenty
five dollars and costs which he paid.
Johnson Fisher, an "old stand-by," was
arrested by Officer Wims for being disor
derly, and fined five dollars and costs.
Matfio Allen, for keeping a disorderly
house was arrested by Officer John Sheo
han. Mattie was discharged.
Mrs. M. Clavin was disorderly for which
she was arrested by Chief Myers and fined
five dollars and costs by Justice Robinson.
Another one of the gang of gamblers
caught in Jno. Gladney's saloon several
days ago named Richard Taylor was
caught several days ago. He was brought
into Justice Osborn's court and upon plead
ing guilty was fined ten dollars and costs.
ALEXANUKll COUNTY SEPTEMBER Gin 1881.
Henry Planert and wife to C. A. Marchil
don; warranty deed, dated September 3d,
1881, for southeast quarter of southwest
quarter, of section nine, township fifteen,
range three, in Alexander county.
Daniel W. Munn and wife to Elizabeth
Wiley; warranty deed, dated April 7th,
1881, for lots one to four inclusive, in block
fifty-seven, in the first addition to the city
Daniel W. Mann and wife to Elizabeth
Wiley; warranty deed, dated June 22nd,
1881, for lot forty, in block fifty-seven, in
the First addition to tho city of Cairo.
Wm. M. Atherton, by Jacob Rigglo, ad
ministrator, to John II. Mulkey and John
Hodges; deed, dated September 1st, 1881,
for southeast quarter of southwest quarter,
in section twinty-oix; southwest quarter of
northwest quarter of section thirty-five and
east half of northwest quarter of section
thirty-llvo; all in township fiftoen. range
two, in Alexander county.
A LETTER FROM EUROPE.
Through the courtesy of Dr. Smith wc
are permitted to publish tho following let
ter: Hhrhknalh, Wuiitkmukuo,
August 18th, 1881. (
Dkau Doctoh: After an absenco of
over a mouth, I feel like I want to talk to
you a few words, and as the telephone in
Cairo has things a littlo mixed at times, I
do it according to tho old way. '
We loft Now York July 0th, and arrivod
in Bremen July 3lBt. Tho voyage may bo
called a good one so the Laiuan say, but I
could uot Bee the goodness of it, for I frit
miserable all tho way and could not enjoy
the good points it had, I remember now
that wo passed the needles, as the ship
mado tor Southampton to unload passeng
ers and silver and gold bullion, and tlmf
tho lighthouses, fords and tho landscape
presented a fluo view, but I did not enjoy
it. The approach of an iceberg or a whalo
wouia noi nave boon onough to interest me.
I was stupid nnd t'id not care, but I sr-rived
in Bremen with thu rust of the passengers
of whom very few had been sick. I re
mained at Bremen two day, tried to got
Germanized by visiting the celebrated Wine
Coller and other public buildings, and in
tho evening attondod a grand concert in the
park by a military band, which
must havo been fine, it
looked grand, theso 50 musicians
in military dress I On the evening of the
second day I left for Wiesbaden, a beauti
ful and fashionablo watering place, full of
pleasuro-Beckers, as well as health-seekers.
I stopped there nno day, just long enongh
to find out that this was not my place.
From here I went to Heidelberg, another
fine city, full of ancient history and relics.
I spent some time in and about tho ruins of
an old castle, in tho cellar of which is a
wine task, with a capacity of 300,000 litres
(75,000 gallons). I spent nearly two days
here, climbing tho nearest mountain, which
gives a beautiful panorama over the low
lands ot the Rhine for a distance of 75 miles
or moro. I was so interested in the old
ruins and Bccnery that I almost forgot my
uncomfortablo condition for the time being
But as I came here for health more than
pleasure, I went to a professor of the clinic
to be examined, who pronounced my case an
enlargement of the liver, and recommended
to me the place where I now am, and who
prescribed tho cold water euro. This place
is situated in a valley among the mountains,
900 feet above the sea, and surrounded by
mountains of from one to two thousand
feet, and covered with a piiut forrent. Our
sUgo coach traveled about four bourn up
grade, to get to this valley, whore cold wa
ter tuns freely ami continually. Here is an
institute where cold water is utilized and
used in different ways to cure the patient,
and I will tell you bow I am treated : At 0
o'clock in the morning the doctor with hi
attendants enter my room, and aft r getting
out of my bed, I undress, then thu attend
ants throw a wet blanket over me find iu!)
me all over fur about a minute, then the
same with a dry blanket, and alter being
dressed, I take an hour's walk. At 11
o'clock, after having taken a sharp walk
and, while sweating, I take a "tush bath;"
this is in the form of a heavy rain, with
ono big stream at tho same time.
In this rain I stand one minute, then
dried off and invited to take a walk. At
5 o'clock another bath of one minute. This
time I place myself before an opening
through which the water rushes like the
levee was broken, and when I come out I
am as red as a lobster, and after walking a
while I become warm and comfortable.
This finishes the days work. In good
weather I am out in the woods and upon
tho mountains pretty much all day, for the
air ia good and pure and the water is clear
and cold. Aside from tho bathing it seems
to mo that the air would make a person
well if he remains long enough. I have
been hero now a littlo over threo weeks,
and am greatly improved. My intention
was to remain here four weeks and then
go to Switzerland, but as the baths sotm to
do me good I shall remain a little longer,
and if necessary go to Luzern for a short
time. But I hope to get entirely well here
The weather is at present very cool and un
pleasant with frequent showers bo that I
cannot walk through tho woods as much as
I would like, nnd to stay in the room is not
agreeable. There are about 400 guests
here in this littlo place, some take the
water cure and some the air. I hope to get
well in time to Btart on my return trip by
the first of October. In tho meantime I
want to visit several places yet.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Nearly f 700 in stamps, cash, and bonds
was obtaiucd by burglars in the postofiice
at Champaign, 111.
The federal grand jury at Dcadwood ia
engaged in investigating tho mail service
over tho star route to Sydney.
Twelve persons wero poisoned at a pic
nic near Ccntralia, 111., by partaking of
Slosson has arranged a billiard-match
with Vignaux for 10,000 francs, 3,000
points up, to take place in Paris in Decem
ber. The officers of tho Ohio penitentiary
havo discovered that within its walls tho
manufacture of bogus nickels has been
carried on for some time.
At the Council Bluffs races Mrs. Burko
contested ten miles with Miss Lizzie l'innoo
for a purso of $5,000, tho former winning
in 21 minutes 49 seconds.
Some soldiers in Dublin made insulting
remarks about tho pope, and a riot ensued.
The polico fired upon persons who throw
stones, and fifteen wero wounded.
In the regatta which opens nt Toronto
to-day, tho names of Hanlan, Courney,
Trickett, Ross, and and Plaitod appear in
tho list of entries in tho singlo-cull race.
The governors ot Ohio, Vermont, Illi
nois, Indiana, and Wisconsin followod tho
chief magistrate of Pennsylvania in desig
nating Tuesday forenoon lor prayers for
tho recvery of tho president.
A counterpart of tho works stormed at
Fort Donolson by tho union forces has been
prepared by tho managers of tho Boldiora'
reuuion at Bloomington, 111. Ouo company
of militia is on the ground.
Seccnd ballots wero taken in, France,
Sunday, for members of tho chamborof
deputies in districts which failed to elect
two weeks ago. Twenty republicans and
ouo conservative were elected,
The republican politicians of IndiansJ
aro raining curses upon Malor Gordon.
clerk of the supremo court, for writing to
Attorney General that tho keeping of Gui
toau in solitary confinement was not in ac
cordance with law.
Edward Kelly, who Bhot Ocer Crowinv in
Chicago, last month, was caught at St.
Loius, while taking letters from the post
offioo under sn assumed name. Edward
Laughlin.of tho Chicago force, has the
prisoner in charge.
Miss Mamie Loo, of Erio, Pa., who hn
been bedridden with spinal diseaso tor the
pnst four years, arose and went to . church
Sunday, whero her appearance caused Mrs.
Cropps to faint. The cure is attributed to
special prayer by several ladies.
Port Huron, (Mich.) Commercial.
It saved my Life.
Speaking to us recently on the subject,
Charles Nelson, Esq., proprietor, Nelson
House, observed : I suffered so much with
Rheumatism that my arm withered, and
physicians could not he! n trie. T una in
despair of my life, when some one advised
me to try ai. .jacous uu. i uki so, ami as
if by magic, I was itiBtantly relieved, aqd,
by tho continued use ot the Oil eutiroly
cured. I thank heaven for having used this
wonderful remedy, for it saved my life. It
also cured my wife.
A COOKING 8T'J VK f.,r xuli-, with twolron poti
two hske pan and t irndillt-; will b told
for ten dollar. Ailyt llulletln ofllco.
rilE II AhLI DAY"'
" iifil July I. 1M.
fltOSTHO 1.KVM. Mtu.SD AND HAIUl'UII frTKfcf.TN,
WA new ml complete Hout). wittj elevator,
tiKllii and all modi-ru improvement!.
r VENTILATION UNEQUALLED.
Terrni $2.'J0 to $-1,50 pr day, according to loca
tiou of room.
Ij. P.PAHItKRfc CO., Leasee.
THE IOK KIKG.
Ueadjnnw, to furnlhai)d di llrel H.'E In ar.r
qnautlty both w huletalv and retail, aud at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I rupectfully solicit the patroi.acc ofall my old
frlendt and aa many tew unvt, ard Ktmrmtpe thorn
iat!(ractlorj. JACOB KLKE.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orm;E-No. 1S6 Commercial Avenue, betwean
JJU. W. C. JOCELYN,
omCH-Elghth Htrwt, near Com trda! Avrno
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE ls3Q STATES.
O" and after Monday, June7tli, and until Inrthor
notice the ferryboat will maka trips as followa:
LIAVRI MAVIS LBAVtS
Foat Fourth st. MluourlLand'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:o. m. 9 a.m.
W:00a.m. 10:30a.m. 11a.m. '
8:00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. s p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 5;00p.m.
J p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8p. m
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