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THE DAILY BULLETIN
(Mice: Bulletin Building, WublBgto Avenua
gWTBHIU) AT TBS rOBT OntCI IK CAIRO, to
UNOIS, A SBOOKD-CLABS MATTER.
PAPER OF CITY ANU COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticee In thl column, eight cent! per line for
Int nd Bv cent dot line each aobaotiueut lnser
Hon. Vot one month, 80 oenU per line.
September 7 to October 22d, 1881, the Il
linois CeDtral Railroad will sell excursion
tickets at greatly reduced rates for tho
round trip. A. II. Hanson, Gou. Pass. Agt.
J. Johnson, Geo. Agt., Cairo.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Leyee.
Tho Illinois Central Railroad will sell
excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates
for round trip. Commence salo of tickets
September Cth, and continue until October
7th; pood to return on until October 10th.
The 4 :20 p. m. lightning express leaves
Cairo daily with Pullman Sleeper
through to Cincinnati without change.
A. II. Hanson, Gen. Pass. Agent.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio" Levee.
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (3)
Tho Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this eity, has just been
received in largo 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 beavorage,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
The Howe Scalo Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand
Borden, Selleck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, 1 1 1 (o)
Ic, Wholesale and 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 Bummer, 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. 03. F. M. Ward.
Oysters by th Can
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, tho un
dersigned, will mako application tj 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 scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.OO per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stoppod free. Send to 031 Arch
Btreet, Philadelphia, Penn.
Sale of Pawnbroker's Clothing,
At Reeve's Auction House, corner Tenth and
Washington avenue, commencing Thurs
day, September 8th, at 7:30 o'clock
p. m. vao every day at 10
o'clock a.m., and every night at 7:30
o'clock thereafter, ending Saturday night.
For Sale at Greenfield's Landing.
I offer for salo my store house, residence,
and three acres of land. The store is lOx
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side oi
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanner, Greenfield's Landiug, Mo,
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharp's Restaurant ami European fro
tel. Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every aay, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family usn.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO lease fok a term of years.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 16 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. The farm Is rich bottom and tim
bored upland, good for fruit and early
KMdeunKi two living springs of water that
drysewon-.new two-story dwelling of 7
depot poBtoffice and telegraph office
mineral water as good M th
?iiDh7tr?,K nttlo expense
. u... ,.u4 . ,,3 .jymn Watcr can be
made and stocked with native fish. The
wneat crop tuts season yielded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
me acre, as a dairy larm, tlie place is un
C4UBIBU. n inrui implements, cows
horses, etc. will bo sold with the leaso it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowe. Pulaski. Ills.
Enquiries may bo made at The Bulletin
office or or J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, ; SEPTEMBER 10, 1881.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notloi In thirea coiumni,
ten taut per line.
each Iniortion. Merited
Hattie S. an
cigar, at Schuh's.
Tho first floor of tho Illinois
Central railroad company's ' general
offlco building on Ohio Levoe, hag been va
cated and is being arranged convenient tor
the purposes of tho railroad officials.
yesterday's property record was as fol
lows: Taylor and Parsons to ' Joseph A.
Holler; deed, dated AugUBt 31st, 1881, for
lot numbered twenty-four, in block num
bered five, in tho third addition to the city
The fashion letter published elsewhere
in this issue is from Tub Bulletin's regu
lar New York correspond ant, giving relia
ble and interesting information upon that
important subject of feminine thought,
conversation and action, "the latest styles."
About one hundred feet of the side
walk, on the north side of Eighth street,
back of the Alexander county bank, will
be paved with flag stone, which has been
secured in Joliot, and is already on the
ground ready to be laid.
Mrs. Burke's new brick store, ut the
corner of Fourth street and Washington
avenue, is noarly roady for occupancy. Mr.
W. L. Bristol's new store, on Eighth street,
is also nearly finished and will probably be
occupied by him in the course of next
Washington avenue, from Seventh to
Tenth streets was sprinkled again yesterday
afternoon for the first time for
several weeks. It is now likely
that there will be no further
interruptions in the work, at least residents
along the stretch of avenue mentioned hope
that there will not be.
The earnings of the Wabash for the
month of August were as follows: 1881,
$1,542,837.07 ; 1880,$1,182,324.95 ; Iucrease,
$357,513.02. This increase is made on the
basis of an increased mileage, but taking
the earnings of lines operated during
August, 1880, the increase is still very
handsome, somethinc like $125,281.70 not
bad by a large uisjority.
A letter from West Grey, Maine, gives
information of the movements of a party of
Cairo tourists, Mr. and Mrs. Candee and
Mrs. Saflbrd. They were intending to
leave soon for a weeks trip among tho
White Mountains, thence to Boston and
situate on the seashore and then home,
The last week of August in Maine, was en
joyed because tho days were warm and
brieht. Bv this test Cairo has furnished
many weeks, of superior weather this sum
Yesterday about noon, as one of the
little twin daughter of Mr. II. Leighton was
playio" about tho room, she, in somo way,
fell, striking the back of her head against
the sh irp point of the rocker of a chair,
cutting a deep gash of nearly two inches
and, for a time, rendering her unconscious.
Dr. Marean was promptly summoned, who
drow the wound together and made tho
ittle Bufferer as comfortable as possible,
and at last accounts she was doing well.
The Springfield Register fears that H.
. Wheeler, the foolish ranter of tho
Quincy Herald, will leave the democratic
and join the republican party. Wheeler
eft the democratic party long ago, in spirit.
When a man utters sentiments so at vari
ance with the fundamental principles of an
organization and with common decency
and humanity as Wheeler's utterances are
with the principles, sentiments and human
ity of tho democratic party, ho can not bo
said to bo a member in good standing of
-An interesting table compiled from
official figures places Illinois as follows in
the rank of tho states ot tho Union in re
Bpect to her general products: First, in
meat packing, lumber traffic, malt and dis
tilled liquors, agricultural implements,
miles ot railway, corn, wheat, rye, outs,
horses, and hogB. Third in coal, and
mules. Fourth in iron and steel, potatoes,
hay, and cattle. Fifth in printing and pub
lishing, and milk cows. Sixth in silk
goods. Tweltth in barely, tobacco, and
eleventh in sheep.
V -Alt 4V , .
The maximum1" for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 92; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 91; Davenport, Iowa, 80; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 77; Keokuk, Iowa, 83; LaCrosso,
Wis., 74; Leavenworth, Kas., 75; Louis-
vilIe,'Ky, 93; Memphis, Tenn., 89; Nash
ville, Tenn., 94; Omaha, Neb., 78; Pitts
burg, Pa., 90; Shrevcport, La., 03; St.
Louis, Mo., 89 ; St. Paul, Minn., 73 ; Vicks
burg, Miss., 03; North Platte, Neb., 77;
Yankton, Dak., 75; Bismarck, Dak., 01;
Dodge City, Kan., .
One philosophic citizen looks upon the
uninterrupted drouth with which Cairo has
been afflicted for so long as not an affliction
at all, but a blessing in a certain sense that
people generally do not seem to understand
and therefore do not appreciate. He argues,
aud correctly, too, that' had the ordinary
summer rains occurred this seasou,tho work
of street filling would have been Bcriously
intcrlerrod with would have increased tho
weight of tho earth used so that
not o much could be taken at a load as
now, and would have rendered hauling a
very difficult and slow job. Aside from
this, the usual frequent rains would have
interfered with the many other improve-
incuts in tho city building, for iutanee,
would have benn greatly retarded. All this
is true Tho drouth has its advantages just
as every other thing. As everything might
ho better than it is, so everything might
o worso than it is. But people who suffer
in tho kitchou or on tho sick bed, or in tho
field, or at tho rock pilo, have not the pa
tience to philosophise and strain tueir
senses to discover the mito ot good in that
which works almost infinite evil, although
it might bo better if they had.
Ouo of the many up town gardoners,
named Do Russeau, has conceivod tho plan
of building a number of hot houses in his
argo vegetable garden near the Mississippi
levee in tho upper portion of thecity. His ob
ject is to furnish the many people of Cairo
who have valuable houso plants which they
cannot conveniently protect against the cold
of the coming winter, tho means for pro
serving them at a small cost to themselves.
But his plans include more than this. In
his green houses, which will bo throe in
number, with a capacity of ono thousand
square feet each, and in accordance with the
latest approved plans, irrespective of cost,
ho intends to raise a great variety of plants,
shrubs, etc., for use in beautifying a public
park St. Mary's park, if he can get it. He
intends to apply to the .city council tor
a ten year leaso of the park
and will, during that time, seek to make it
a delightful resort for the people of Cairo
and vicinity. His plans with regard to tho
character and extent of improvements he
contemplates are not yet entiroly matured,
but to judge from them so far as they are
matured, it is safe to predict that, if ho
carries them out, St. Mary's park will be
transformed into a beautiful Bpot,
of which tho city might
well be proud. In case he fails to make
satisfactory arrangements with the city
council for St. Mary's park, ho intends to
enclose a portion of his own ground for
that purpose. Fountains, gravelled walks
and drives, flower beds, trees, shrubs and
rare plants are among the attractions he in
tends to provide. This, in brief, are his
plans; it remains to bo seen whether they
will be successfully carried out or not.
JUSTICE ROBINSON'S COURT.
George J. Deviuo was arrested by Officers
Olmsted and Mahanv for beinc drunk. He
was fined ono dallar and coBts.
Martin Lawson, for being drunk, was ar
rested bv Officer Mahanv. and hnert one
dollar and oosts.
Henry Houston wns arrested by Officer
Wims for beimr disorderly. Ho was fined
five dollars and costs.
Micheal Brady was arrested by Officer
Tyler on complaint of one Max. J. R jistigc,
a German, from St. Louis, who accused
Brady of having robbed him of fifty-five
dollars in cash and three hundred dollars
in checks. The robbery occurred in a sa
loon, after the victim had been drinking
with 'the robber and whilo
the former was lying on
a bench asleep. When Reistigo awoke
and discovered his loss he reported the
fact to Chief Myers, who detailed Officer
Tyler to accompany him in a search for
Brady, who was soon found aud the checks
and a few dollars of the money recovered.
Tliis occurred Thursday atternoon. Yes
terday Brady was tried, found guilty and
held to bail in tho sura of two hundred
dollars. Reistige cashed his checks and
has gone home.
MAGISTRATE COMINGS' COURT.
Lucy Hall was arrested by Officer Olm
sted for being out upon the Btroets at un
usual hours of tho night. She was fined
five dollars and costs.
Louis Graham, for disorderly conduct,
was arrested by Chief Myers and fined
fivo dollars and costs.
Esquiro O. A. Osborn issued a warrant
for tho arrest ot ono Richard Corbit, who
lives some miles beyond the city, in this
county, for assaulting in a brutal mannor a
woman, named Eliza Ray. The trial will
conie off in a day or two.
ilCapt. -p. W. Shields is confined to his
room by a mild attack of billlous fovor. ,.
Mrs. Julius Serbian and Mrs. Joseph
Ronccker, who have been visiting friends
and relatives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for
two months or more, aro now in Chicago,
where they will spend a few days and then
Mrs. Cannon returned from near Lake
Superior, in the northern part of Wisconsin,
a few days ago. She and her son James
went there some time ago for the benefit of
the lattcr's health which was much im
paired. He has now almost recovered and
will bo at home again in a few days.
Alderman B. F. Blake went to St. Louis
Thursday evening, whero he will join his
family in a few days' visit and return home
Frank Tell, who claimed to havo attemp
ted to commit suicido lost Sunday afternoon,
has gone to Little Rock, Ark., in the em
ploy of the Iron Mountain railroad.
Mr. Goo. 8. Fisher left yesterday after
noon tor Michigan to bo gone several
weeks for his health and for pleasure -
Miss Allio Leo, of Paducah, notJMrs. Al-
lio Leo as the compositor made Tub Bul
letin say yosterday, is visiting at Mrs.
Christman's residenco in this city.
NEWS PltOll LONG BRANCH.
Lowi BnANcn, Sept. 0, 8 :80 n. m. At
the examination of the President at 8 a. m.,
tho temperature was 08 5-10, puUo 100, res
piration 17. The condition of tho parotid
and wound are improving. Ho was some
what wakeful during the night, but not
restless and slept sufficiently. The onomata
and stimulants havobeen suspended during
tho past 30 hours. On the whole tho past
24 hours give cvidenco of lavorablo pro
gress. Long Branch, Sept. 0, 12:30 p. in. Tho
President ate quite heartily of woodcock,
toast and gruel, at tho noon meal to-day,
He has a wood fire in his room for ventila
tion. Temperature bolow 100. Phynicians
consider tho recovery almost cortain.
No evening dispatches.
THE COSTEACT ACCEPTED.
THE CAIRO CITY WATER WORKS NOW A CER
TAIN REALITY OY TnE NEAR FUTURE.
A letter received from Mr. Daniel yester
day informs Mayor Thistlewood that the
proposition of the city for building the
Cairo city water works, as embodied in
ordinance number seventy-three, has met
the approval of Mr. Daniol and his aasocl
ates and that tho formal and written ac
ceptance ot the contract by them had been
mailed to the authorities of the city of
Cairo. Mr. Daniel will soon be here to
mako tho necessary preliminary arrange
ments for tho work to begin.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN THE POSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL
SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 1881.
Cary, Betty M.
Barns, Col ley
Burns, Fread E.
Cooper, Chas. 8.
Adams, A. G.
Brown, Elder Rev.
Cockran, W. S.
Chapman, A. T. (2)
Carroll, A. J. (col'd)
Green, N. A.
Hunter, J. W.
Johnson, n. C.
Kimball, B. N.
Leo, Geo. W.
Megan, C. S.
Pope, P. II.
Hurds, D. & Co.
Kelly, J. II.
Knight, M. G.
Long, W. II.
rhillips, R. G.
Roberts, Richmond SmilT, Allen
Scott, Elliott II. Smith, Geo.
Steverson, Geo. M. Wilson, J. M.
Ware, Madison Wilson, W. L.
Wiggins, Cellio Walk, Frank.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
MATERIALS, MILLINERY DESIGNS.
Of course you have been thinking of what
wo are to wear tliis tall and winter, and I
am happy to give you such early informa
tion that you will know quite as Boon as
the average New Yorker.
This is in consequence of my having been
allowed to look over Lord and Taylor's
Among satins, the prevalence of plush,
chiefly in stripes and squares, but some
times too in large floral figures, is very
noticeable. Moiroor watered satins, too,
are extremely fashionable. In truth, you
can hardly misplace a moire design, for
they come in stripes, extending all over tho
surfaco in larger or smaller ripplings, or
unitod with plush or broaded stripes. Not
only aro those rich fabrics combined with
plain satin or velvet for dressy toilettes, but
they scive as touchcj on flne woolen cos
tumes, while for such purpose variety is
given by plush combined with metal
threads that lio embedded at intervals.
New plaidod or striped woolens aro also
brought out in great variety, to bo com
bined with plain wools in all the fashion
able colors, bronze, gurnet, wine, dark blue
Theso plaidod or striped wools are prom
inent among fall importations, and are nov
el, not only by reason of tho now colors
harmonizing 'with the handsome plain
wools, but by newarrnngemgntaof bars and
Cheviot, too, is very fashionable. It has
a looso twill, and in small, indistinct checks
or stripes, will bo mado in simply Bhsped
Costumes, without combination. But more
dressy cheviot is wrought with plush or
moiro satin stripes, while, to complete tho
outfit, a clouded cheviot in colors to match,
is provided. Those costumes will bo very
styliBh, yet nt uioro so than choviots that
havo broad stripes taking up a part of the
breadth. Theso Utter are intondod for tho
plisHo (plaited) effects that arc amongst
The stripes are laid in plates, so that one
color appoars on the outside, whilo tho
other shows from boneath in glipuises only.
The transitions in color are sub
lucd, so that they can bo
woro by persons of quiet taste. Brighter
woolens arc woven in alternations of ono
plain, broad stripe and ono ot florid design
and these aro disposod in plisso style, cither
tho floral stripe appearing on the outsido
with the plain color peeping from bolow, or
vice versa. Of course there is plain mate
rial to match
THE NEW BONNET.
Felt is conspicuous ia millinery and is in
black, white and all new colors. As to
shapes, ono may choose among tho Poke
family, quaint in outline with high pointed
crown or selection can bo mado among tho
smaller cottage and capote bonnets. In
Pokes, there is considerable diversity, since
somo ciowns aro more conspicuously point
ed than others and there are notablo dif
ferences in sio. But most of. them aro
quito largo. Hats are often very large;
having broad, square crowns with wide
brims turned up on the left side. Yet again
we see Derbys and turbans. Plush or vol
vet are the matoriala used and are laid
plainly on the pokes and usually on the
small bonnets as well. For trimming, we
have plush, satin, velvet and ribbon whilo
by way of finished, it is feathors, feathers,
feathers. Ostrich plumes of such longth
that they must bo artifically prolonged
sweep around the huge hats,buton bonnets,
a cluster of tips is prepared. Colors in os
trich feathers are frequently a very jumble
two or three mixed in a hap hazard way
but sometimes they aro of one color or
shaded from dark to light. Feathors are in
bands, breasts with heads or entire birds
from a large dove or paraquct down to a
humming bird aro seen but are not as fash
ionable as bands. Cock's plumage is also
on new hats but is bronze, garnet, olive and
other now shades.
For the checked cheviots that should be
plain in outline with "tailor finish," there
is nothing more suitable than tho Suther
land costume having a short skirt trimmed
with a deep, gathered flounce, overskirt
with full back drapery, apron front and
tucked bBsnue confined bv a belt. Stout
people would do better to select a plain
cheviot or some ono of the new wools either
finished with stripes or touches of other
material and for them a plain fitting cor
sage is rather a judicious choice. Hero we
find tho Baronne polonaise arranged over a
short walking skirt trimmed with deep
plaitiugs. The fronts are cut in ono piece
falling over a shawl shaped point at the
left and draped high at the sides. The
"Richmond" is a new tight fitting jacket
cut away lelow the waist, turned back in
revers above and fastened by a single large
button at the waist. The "Etelka" is a
dressy mantelet in circle shape with shir
rintr at the neck and in a plastron behind
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Snow to tho depth of over to inchen
lell at Hastings, Neb., Tuesday night.
The democratic state committee of New
York has called a conviction at Albmy
It is quite clear that in October the
treasury department will have a surplus
of $140,000,000 with which to purchase
At the Coney island races Hindoo was
beaten by Crickmore, who mado 1 j miles
in 3 :03Jif, the best 3-year-old performance
A canister of gunpowder was thrown over
the wall of the infantry barracks at Catle
bar, Ireland, but the lighted fuse dropped
One hundred Jews who escaped from
Russia are on their way to the Uuitec
States. Over five hundred Hebrew vork
men at the Kieff tobacco factory have beon
ordered to quit town within a fortnight.
The grain markets in Baltimore were
completely demoralized by the Northern
Central railway giving notice of an increase
in tho rate of storage.
The Illinois Liquor Dealer's Association
will meet in Bhwmington Sept. 14, 15 and
10. Tho days will be devoted to business
and the evenings to pleasure, closing with
a grand ball on tho 16th.
By the aid of sixteen companies of troops,
placed by General McKonzio near the can
tonment, and the personal influenco of the
widow of Ouray, the Uto tribe, with its im
moose herds of stock, is now traveling quiet
ly toward tho new reservation in Utah.
Roustan, tho French minister in Tunis
has gone to Paris to inform his government
that tho bey is undoubtedly supporting the
rebels, under advice from Constantinople,
and that his deposition is a necessity to
A heavy snow storm raged throughout
the Black Hills last Monday and Tuesday,
prostrating all the telegraph wires. It is
aid that two feet fell, and there wore six
inches on a level at Doadwood Tuesday
A feature of the soldier's reunian at
Bloomington, 111., was a sham battle in tho
streets, in which one man was wounded
by a blank cartridge and another was run
over by a cannon. General Grant was es
corted to tho residenco ot Hon. Lawronco
Weldon, and will review tho troops this
Oambctts, speaking at Honfleur, said
that 1 o believed that the French people
were strong enough and ingenious enough
to Bustaln opposition with othor nations, and
expressed a wish that .treaties recognizing
and embodying freo trade principles might
be speedily concludod between Franco and
other nations. The speech wm furmvaA
with loud and prolonged cheering.
Tho people of the mining camps in Arizo
na are gathering in largo bodies for safety.
Citizens of Tombstone, Bisbee, and Charles
ton have ordered several cases of firearms
from Tucsan. The stampede of section-men
along tho Southern Pacific railroad makes
it difficult to keep the lino in running or
der. It is thought that the Apaches will
separate into small bands and depredate ex
The news from Fort Apache is rather
meagre, but all tho reports received indi
cate that Gen. Carr's command is threaten
ed with no immediate danger. The red
ckins aro believed to bo off to tho south
west of the fort. Thoy give no quarter to
any whites who chanco to fall into their
hands, and several murders by thorn have
been reported. The troops aro being pushed
forward to the relief of Gen. Carr, and sooa
tho force at Fort Apache will be strong
enough to meet the liostileB and give a good
account of them.
The condition of the south of Ireland is
respresented to be one of utter lawlessness.
The people seem determined to treat tho
authorities with contempt where they do
not treat them to worse. The presence of a
large foro of soldiers and policemen seems
to have little effect in preserving order in
Tho German journals think that the ap
pearance of the Nihilist journal tho Will of
the People in St. Petersburg foreshadows
the revival of Nihilist plots and panics in
Russia during the coming winter. The fail
ure of the authorities to seize the press on
which tho Will of the People is printed is
much commented on.
The rather startling announcement is re
ceived by cable that cholera of a virulent
type has appeared at Aden, the British
steamship station on the ReY sea. Com
munication with the place is so regular and
frequent that it will be almost impossible
to prevent the conveyance ol the pestilence
to western Europe; and in theso days of
rapid transportation there will be no occa
sion for surprise if it quickly finds way to
our shores. Cities on the seaboard, and
especially those having mobt direct connec
tions with the commerce of the Suez canal,
should at once set alout the work of prep
aration for the dangerous visitor. v
trfx endeavoring to treat the wounds re
ceived by the candidates for the presiden
cy, the Modina (Wis.) Democrat wisely pre
scribes St. Jacobs Oil. Of courso we could
not expect our wor'hy contemporary to do
otherwise than recommend that famous Old
Gorman Remedy, which "heals all wounds
but those of love" and soothes all pains,
savo those of political disappointment.
COOKIMl 8T i VK for a!, ltb two Iron jk'
two hake pane anritwe grid'Ui': will be sold
Tor ten rinllnn.. Apply i Hull 'tin oOlce.
r.:uol July 1. tM.
rKONT DM LEVER, fP.roKD AMU fUU.tUAl HIIEETH.
tfTA new aud coniplctu Ilotul, with elevator,
baitia aud all modern improvement.
Term S2.W to l,JO per day, according lo loca
tion of room.
Tj. I. PAItKKK & CO., r.eBsefl.
)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornui No. 130 Commercial Avenue, between
Kluhtuafid Ninth Struct
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE BIghtk Streot, near Come erclalAvenna
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tkl STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Tib, and onttl Inrther
notlco tnercrryhoatwiumatte tripi as loiiowe:
L1ATII MAVIS LIATi
Foal Fourth it. MlMourlLand'g- Kentucky hi g.
6:S0 a. m.
10:90 a. m.
9 a. m.
B;00 p. i
S p.m ,
10:00 a. m.
8:00 p, n.
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