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k CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IttTHRBD AT TBI POST ONICI IN CAIRO, IX
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAJEROF CITY ANU COUKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice 1n thl eolumn, eight cunt per lint for
Ireland nv cenu pur line each uleojiiit luwr
tluu. For on muutti, SO cenu per Hue.
The Parlor Shoe Store.
We cordially invite everybody to
and examine our stock and compare prices.
We will show poods with pleasure and no
one will be obliged to buy.
J. II. Tkaxleu.
103 Commercial avenue, between Sixth
and Seventh streets.
Furnished Room. For rent with or
without board. Enquire corner Twenty
firet and Walnut.
To morrow (Wednesday) having been ap
pointed a day of prayer for the causo of
temperance, there will be a meeting held at
3 p. m. at Temperance Hall, for that pur
pose. All friends of the cause are invited,
and urgently requstted to attend.
at Ie Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Be the Improved Howe Bcales ac
knowledged the best made. Borden, Sel
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, III.
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. Uerlwrt, near the corner of Eighth
Btrect 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 bo 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
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ico, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankftkee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
- . .
in cans at Do Baun's.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
Btreet, Philadelphia, Penn.
Worms, that universal disease in child,
hood, can be thoroughly cured by tho use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. E
Ferret, Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (4)
For Sale at Greenfield's Landing,
I offer for sale my store house, residence.
and three acres of land. The store is 19x
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side ot
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanseu, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
cer&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho-
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City Nation Bank,
every day, and served up to order in tho
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also tor sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family UBfi.
in cans at De Buun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KOK A TERM OF YKAI18.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 16 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a. term of
years. 1 he tarm is neb 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, postoffico and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can bo
obtained by driving. At a little expense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with native fish. Tho
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
tho acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
how, etc. will be sold with tho lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or addrew mo by letter.
. . W. Lowe, Pulaski. Illi
d?SS W S Tit lTn" Si.
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Parties Indebted to me will vam D&
tho saino to A. Comings. 1
E. E. Cosunos.
Cottage and lot on Twentv-first stront
betweon Poplar and Sycamore street. Also
1 lot in same locality.
M. J. IIowLEr, Roal Estate Agent.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: VEI)NES1)AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1383.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In 0)a column, ten ewiti P "not
etch insertion. Harked
Hattio S. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's.
The Ohio river is on tho riso slowly.
Yesterday at 1 :11 p. m. it stood at five feet
ten inches on the government guage.
The "Parlor Shoo Store," on Com
mercial avenue, is open for business, as will
bo seen by their card among business
Street Tax Collector Traber Arter swore
out twenty warrants against persons who
had so lar failed to comply with the notice
he served upon them to pay up.
Some man with a machine for tho pur
pose of testing tho men's striking power, is
making the corner of Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue his headquarters for several
The ten pcranco people will meet at
Reform hall, at throe p. m. to-day, for tho
purposo of invoking devino assistance in a
general revival of the temperance cause.
See advertisement of P. O. Vickery for
agents in another column. Mr. Vickery is
mayor of the city of Augusta, Maine, which
is a sure guarantee that all will be fairly
The old pavement around the custom
house has been nearly all romoved and is
being deposited between the rails of tho
street railroad and will form a good bottom
for the horses.
Work on tho new pavement around the
custom house was commenced at the north
east corner of the square yesterday. Tho
pavement, when finished, will be superior
to tho old both in appearance and dura
bility. No rain fell during eight hours end
ing at 2:11 p. m., yesterday, in tho signal
service district of which Serjeant W. II.
Ray has charge. The temperatures have
been slowly n the rise. At this point it
was 81; St. Paul, 71 ; St. Louis, 82, and
The necessary arms for the Ilalliday
gaurds are awaiting the company's orders
and will be brought here as soon as the
company can procuro a hall in which to
store them. It is thought that the Hiber
nian fire company's hall will be placed at
The combined total receipts of wlrcar,
corn, oats and rye for the month ending
August 1, at 8t. Louis, were 4,816,074
bushels. The Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific
railway transported over its eastern and
western divisions 1,479,573 bushels, or
nearly 31 per cent of the entire amount.
The new flagging on the north side of
Eighth street is not being properly laid.
Tho outer edge should rest on top instead
of inside ot tho curb-utono, and tho curb
should be lowered, so as to permit this
without raising tho walk above the level of
that along the Alexander County bank
building. As it is, the flagging is liable to
sag unevenly below the level of the curb
stone, and thus prevent tho water from run
ning into the gutter as it ought.
The Cairo marine hospital in its man
agement is a credit to tho city and to Dr.
Carter and the Sisters of Lorctto. Whether
it is & benefit or "relief" to the city or not
is another question, in the determination of
which this other question must be answer
ed : Is it a benefit or "relief to the city"
that from five to ten sick paupers are at
tracted to it every month, under the mis
taken impression that they are entitled to
treatment in this well managed hospital?
"The fileB ot The Bulletin will fur
nish abundant evidence," that Tub Bulle
tin does not hesitato to denounce wrong or
neglect on tho part of public officials when
there is any reason for it; but the files of
The Bulletin furnishes no instance where
The Bulletin helped to drag the good rep
utation of the city into the mire by heap
ing upon her shoulders, or the
shoulders of her officials,
tho sins of omission or commission ot
which others are guilty.
"When it is conceded, however, that
there is no legal claim against a railroad
company in any case, that concedes every
thing so far as the railroad is concerned,
but does not justify the city in closing its
eyes to the horrible spectacles of distress
that may occasionally bo seen on its streets
the samo as elsewhere." Suppose we put
it this way: When it is conceded, how
ever, that ihero is no legal claim egainst
the city in any case, that concedes every
thing so far as tho city is couccrncd, but
does not justify TnE railroad company in
closing its eyes to tho horrible spectacles of
distress that may occasionally bo seen on
its tracks, tho samo as olsowherc.
-The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding threo o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) wero as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Ten n., 85; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 79; Davenport, Iowa, 75; Dubuque,
Iowa, 73; Keokuk, Iowa, 80; LaCrosso,
Wis., 72; Leavenworth, Kas., 79; Louis
ville, Ky., 83; Memphis, Tenn., -; Nash-
ville, Tenn., ; Omaha, Neb., 70; Titts-
burg, Pa., 78; Shrevoport, La., ; St.
Louis, Mo., 85; St. Paul, Minn., 70;Vicks
burg, Miss., ; North Platto, Neb., 86;
xanaton, Dak., ; Bismarck, Dak.. :
DodKo City, Kan., 82.
--Tho following changes have boon made
in United Htatcs boacon lights between
Cairo and Memphis : Putney bond, movod
up 500 yards; UMRl Un(Jingt moV(jd
000 yards ; Mory'B field, moved up 400 yards;
Foah Stewarts, moved up 300 yards; op
posite Bass field, moved . up 200 yards;
bend of Island 25, moved to foot of Mud
bar; below Bulletin, movod to Potty's land
ing ; Morgan's point, moved up 500 yards;
foot of Island 35 movod up mile; op
posite Rukdlo's point, moved down 500
yards; Lin wood field, moved down 150
yards; Foglcman'e, movod down to Arkan
sas shore; Holly bush field, moved down
toTowhcad Islond 40; new light, mouth of
the Hatchic; discontinued, Randolph.
The president's condition yesterday
morning as it appeared from tho dispatch
sent from Long Branch was not quite so fa
vorable as had been as it indicated a rise in
both tho temperature and recpiration. But
while this is true there is no reason for be
lieving the letters of that unprincipled old
alarmist, Pulit7.er, of the Post-Dispatch,
who is rusticating at Long Branch. Yes
terday morning's dispatch to this city was
as follows: "At tbo examination of tho
president at 8 a. m. to-day, tho temperature
was 09 4-10, pulso 100, respiration 20. He
passed a comfortable night, sleeping most
of tbo time, and on the whole his condi
tion this morning is encouraging and gives
promise of a good day."
An improvement that is much needed
in order to givo tho traveling public a good
impression of the city is a new sidewalk on
Ohio leveo, between Fourth and Eighth
I streets. Tins stretcn oi wbik is more usca
by strangers and citizens, going to and
coining from the different trains and hotels
than any other stretch of walk iu the city.
In its present condition it is not only
very unsightly, but is in a condition
that makes walking very uncomfortable. A
short stretch ot stone flagging hero and
there that is raised Beveral inches above tho
level of the plank walk on either side pre
vents obstructions which few pedestrains
are compelled to notice to their sorrow. A
good substantial walk, of trick or flagging
the entire distance would be a most desira
ble improvement of which tho citizens
would be proud.
A committee consisting ot Messrs. J.
E. English, Rudy Snell and Wm. McEvven
has been appointed by the military com
pany with instructions to call upou the
citizens of Cairo and solicit contributions
from them to assist in paying for tho new
uniforms that the company has selected.
Tho company has now been thoroughly or
ganized, is composed of some of Cairo's
best citizens who are determined to make it
a complete success and make it worthy of
the admiration and the pride of Cairoitos
generally. Tho organization of
the company places Cairo on an
equal footing with other and larger cities in
the state and will enable her to send fit
representatives to the periodical reunions
and important military gatherings in tho
state. The company will also be an admir
able attraction to the various holiday occa
sions in tho city. The gentlemen who have
organized themselves into this company
are worthy of liberal support from the peo
-The object ot charity which the Mayor
judiciously helped a tew weeks since was
only ono of perhaps fifty others that had
been similarly helped by the authorities of
tho city and was so far as known the only
one of tho probable fifty in which the coun
cil refused to reimburse the mayor. This
action of tin council was denounced by The
Bulletin and the citizens at the time and
will very likely net be repeated by the
prescut council. This single little mean
action on the part of the council,which that
body has hud reason to regret, has not had
the effect of drawing a resolution from tho
mayor that he will not lend assistenco to
poor suffering wretches in tho future. He
would have sent Woodgato to the hospital
tho moment he saw tho poor cripple; had
he not been satisfied that the railroad com
pany which mutillutcd him, was primarily
responsible, and had he not
firmly believed that the
agents of tho coinpaiy here would prompt
ly assume that responsibility. Mayor
Thistlewood has not throttled and docs not
wish to throttle within himself tho noblest
attribute of human nature.
There is, sixteen miles lrom Cairojon
thu Illinois Central railroad, a beautiful
and productive farm, with fine residence,
within a stono'B throw of tho post office,
offered for lease for a term of years. There
is on the farm, among other attractions,
springs that, all through tho drouth, fur
nished pure running water in abundant
quantities tor stock of all kinds. Tho
farm is the property of Doctor E, M. Lowe,
who desires to loasn it that ho may turn his
attention to othor business. As an ovidenco
of tho productivcas of the farm, wo will
only refer to tho fact that tho wheat crop
was far above tho averago yield this season,
and the corn will bo more than double tho
averago through this section. As a dairy
farm there is nothing bettor anywhere,
if a man has any inclina
tion to that business, while
for fruit gardening it offers equal induce
ments; artificial ponds for fish culture could
bo mado at very little txponso and a great
deal of profit; mineral water equal to Sara
toga can be obtained by driving, and as a
pleasure resort its groves would attract
visitors from Cairo and all tho oouutry
'round about. These things are any ono or
all of tlintu possible in the bands of an ener
getic live man, and if ono of them chances
to read this artlclo ho could not do bettor
than open a correspondence with Dr. Lowe,
whoso address is PulaakL Pulaski county,
Post Master General James paid a
visit to the president a day or two ago and
relates the 'particulars thereof to a New
York reporter as follows : "It had been ar
ranged that Secretary Hunt and I should
visit tho president yesterday," ho said, "but
when wo arrived at his cottago wo found
that he was asleep, and, of course, wo would
not allow him to bo disturbed. This morn
ing, however, accompanied by Secretary
Windom, I left tho West End Hotel, short
ly before 9 o'clock, for Elbcron. Windom
had seen tho president on Saturday, so
when wo reached tho cottage ho did not
enter. Mrs. Garfield was in tho sick room
when I entered It. No ono else was there
during myt visit. Tho appearance of the
president is much better than I expected.
His eye is undimmed, his voice is strong
and his grasp firm. The president had
been told that I was coming, and when I
got to his bedside ho grasped my baud
warmly. I was anxious not to excite him,
aud I said, "Mr. President, I came to Bay
good morning, to say that everything is all
right in the department, and then to say
goodbye." "No, no; sit down," said tho
president, still holding my hand, and shak
ing it warmly. "How about tho expenses
of the department? Are you still cutting
them down, and is the department running
smoothly?" "Mr. President," I replied,
"we have advanced on the Chicago plat
form in the post office department, for we
put civil service reform in forco. No ap
pointments of any note are being made
now. We only fill vacancies caused by
death and resignation, and I don't see that
tho service is suffering in consequence."
Tho president smiled at my remark, and
then asked: "How much has been saved
on star routes?" "About 11,500,000 a year,"
I replied, nnd mbled, "Attorney General
MacYeagh und mystdf are ctillat work car
rying out your instructions." The president
replied, with a smile, "That's all ri;lit. I
am glad to hear it," and I bade him good
bye. "That visit," continued Col. James,
"did not last more than two minutes, but
it was a most satisfactory one to me. I
came away more hopeful than I have been
for some time. His condition is, of course,
serious, but while ho will have his tips ami
downs I feel that his ultimate recovery is
assured. His convalescence, however, may
bo protracted, because ho has been a very
sick man. The change to Long Branch
has been undoubtedly of benefit to the
president, and the invigorating air of the
sea, together with the care he is receiving
at tho hands of the attending surgeons arid
the best of nursing, will ultimately
bring him through. He is having done for
him all that science, skill and
love can do. Mrs. Garfield is,
ot course, unremitting in her devotion."
The Saline County Fair will bo held at
Harrisburg under the auspices of the Agri
cultural Board on October 4th, 5th, CUi and
7th. TnE Bulletin acknowledges tho
receipt of a complimentary.
It is safe to expect that as the cold
weather approaches tho streets and alleys
ot Cairo will again teem with men of no
occupation and no purpose in life except to
live in some way. Already in some parts
of the north the weather has been a little
too cool for them and they are coming south
in droves. Fifty of them boarded a train
in Pennsylvania a day or two ago and
threatened tho conductor and brakemen
with violence if they were not permitted to
ride free of charge. These men are only
prevented from committing some daring
deed of lawlessness by their inert laziness
and cowardliness; but they will
not scruple to lay themselves liable
to the mild charge of pettit
larceny, because they often find it neces
sary to steal in order to find Bhelter from
cold and something to sustain life, even
though it be at the sacrifice of their liberty.
Tho poople of Cairo may rest assured that
the advent of winter marks the advent of
the lazy, unprincipled tramp, who will ln
vado tho kitchen of every respectable look
ing premises ; aud the officers may rest as
sured that the advent of the tramp in the
city will mark an increase in potty crimes
that will be terribly annoying to them and
will urge them on to unusual activity. U
may also be expected that the caso of old
man Woodgrate will find several duplicates,
but it is to bo hoped that the duplicates
will not bo too true to tho original in so
fur as giving necessary aid is concerned.
Any repetition of tho Woodgrato case
could bo prevented by greater
watchfulness of tho night watchmen in the
several railroad yards, whoso special duty it
would appear to bo to allow no ono to tres
pass upon tho company's premises to keep
just such men as Woodgato from doing just
what Woodgato did. Citizens can protect
themselves against midnight ruiders in a.
measure by following tho advice given in
the following editorial from tho Springfield
Monitor, whose fiery editor Bays many
rash things, but also many good ones : "As
tho season for burglars approaches our citi
zens should bo prepared to givo them a
warm pnssago over tho dark waters. Tho
best way to warm them is with hot lead.
Tho weather will soon be too cool for the
miserable wretches who havo been loung
ing in tho shodn during tho day and doing
their stealing at night, and they will bo
compelled to havo some shelter. Tho
county authorities must have arrangements
for an unusual number to bo kept during
the winter, at tho county jail, onthechargo
of ' 'petit larceny.' Tho reason for this is
found in the fact that the thing has boen
working o well of late years that a large
number ot tho hellinns will try it on, and
toaBt tlioir shins at tho public cxpenBO, by
stealing Bomotbing of trifling valuo. In
consideration of this fact would it not be
well for tho courts to put an end to their
little game by a trick worth two of it,
and let tho Inzzaroni understand the
people will not bo taxed in that way?
We havo a great deal of compassion on the
man without work who will work when he
gets it to do, but we most heartily dospise
tho miserable lazy louts who practice this
cry of "looking for work" and praying all
tho time they may not find it. We have no
compassion to wasto on thieves of any kind,
and utterly abhor tho sneaking, low-down
lice who go prowling around after dark,
breaking into honest people's houses, ready
to murder if molested, and think the peo
plo should take special pride in perforating
such carcasses with a leaden gimlet, and
their sneaking adjuncts in crime should be
dealt with in all the rigor of the law. Let
it be known that the citizens of Springfield
aro good shooters and conscientiously think
it their duty to make pepper boxes by
perforating them with pistol shots out of
tho worthless curs in human shape but
with no right that any honest man should
respect and it will not bo longl)cforo the
thieves that como back to us to bo taken
care of in the couuty jail, will understand
the guograplucal position of Springfield
and Sangamon county, and give us a wide
berth by going around."
City of Cairo to Smith Torrencc; deed,
dated June 25th, 1881, for lot numbered
eleven, block numbered five, in railroad ad
dition to the city of Cairo.
City of Cairo to Mtria E. Burnett; deed,
dated July 12th, 18bl, lor lots numbered
eight, nine and ten, in block numbered fif
teen, in railroad addition to tho Lit v of
YESTERDAY'S POLICE DOCKET.
JUSTICE ROUINSONB COURT.
Halcomb Murray was arrested by Officer
Mahanny for lcing drunk and fined one
dollar and costs.
MAGISTRATE COMINGS' COURT.
Maggie Jefferson was arrested by Offi
cers Warren Wims and John Tyler, and
fined one dollar and costs for drunkenness.
Henry Anderson was drunk, but not dis
orderly; he was arrested by Officers Wims
and Tyler and fined ono dollar and costs.
The case ot John Gladney for gambling
and permitting gambling in his place
of business, which was to
havo been tried before
Magistrate Comings last Saturday, was
postponed for another week at the
instance of tho defendant. Another
action was k-gun against him by
Marshal Myers for gambling or permitting
gambling iu his place of business last Sun
day. Whether these suits will amount to
anything depends of courso upon what evi
dence the prosecution can produce and
upon bow many extensions of time the
court will grant.
Thirty-seven thousand children have been
vaccinated in Chicago since January 1 by
the city health department.
A new democratic daily, The Globe, will
appear at Cleveland this morning, under
the editorial control of Colonel Charles B.
J. J. Sheppard, living six miles south of
Jacksonville, had one hundred and twenty
acres of meadow burned up by fire started
from a locomotive on tho O. A. railroad,
and John Martin lost one thousand bushels
Tho citizens of Deadwood will hold a
i.".as8 meeting to-night to promote the di
vision of Dakota on the iorty-sixth parallel
and the admission of the southern portion
as a state.
Dr. Bliss says: "I havo new reason for
hoping that tho president will recover. I
have received a letter to which a seal is at
tached, and which is signed by tho secre
tary of an unknown society in Pennsyl
vania. It informs mo that if I do not cure
the president the society will shoot me. I
do not fear that there will be occasion for
executing tho threat."
Messrs. Mwidy and Sankey the noted ro
vivalists, having done what they could lor
tho salvation of this hind, aro now about
embarking for England, where they will
hold a series of meetings, and later in Scot
land and Ireland.
Tho Apaches have driven large herds of
cattle in the Ton to basin toward the moun
tains, whore they are concentrating sup
plies. The cordon of troops is gradually
closing in upon them, but they can easily
steal out between the columns.
Reports from Minnesota toll of much
damage to wheat in tho shock and in the
stack in consequenco of severe rain storms.
Thrashing has boen delayed by tho wet
weather, and it is feared that considerable
loss will be suffered in consequence of the
sprouting ot grain beforo it roaches the
A conference at Washington between
bocretary Kirkwood, Adjutant General
Drum, and Governor Fremont resulted in a
decision that the citizens in the disturbed
districts of Arizona should bo furnished
with all tho arms needed. Haying finished
his season at tho autumor resorts, Governor
Fremont has departed for his post of duty,
A party of fifty tramps boarded a Penn
sylvania freight train near Harrisburg and,
threatened vengoauce if any attempt were
made to put them off. The train was de
layed until a car-load of police could be
transported to tho scone of trouble, when
nearly twonty of tho tramps wero captured.
Guitcau nad a greoting, Sunday, which
he hardly relished. Sergeant Mason, of
tho 2d artillery, when relieving guard at
the jail, sent a bullet at tho assassin through
tho wiudow of his cell. Tho ball grazed
Guiteau's head, and imbeddod itself in the
wall. ThoBorgeant was promptly incar-j
ccratcd at tho arsenal.
"I have suffered beyond endurance,"!
"My life has been a been a burden to me."'
"I have been denied tho pleasure of bo- 1
ciety." Extracts from testimonials of those
cured of Bkin and scrofulous humors by tho;
Cuticura Remedies. !
Ghay Hairs are Honorable but their
premature appearance is annoying. Park
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring the youthlul color.
Write to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, No.
333 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pam
phlets relative to the curative properties of
tier vegetable Compound in all female com
plaints. COOKINU BT VE for anlo, with twotron poti 1
t two bake pane aud tw griddle; will be cold
fur leu dollar. Apply at RullellD office.
miM OW 111, COI 4KD BAU ,eA! TREBTi.
lA new aad complete Hotel, wlOj !eator, j
Daitii ana all moaeni improvement.
Tern SO to $1,50 pr day, iceordlog to loci-
uou oi room.
I J?. PARKER Si CO., Lae.
r LEE Y. BOAT.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lEkl STATES.
On andaftur Monday, June 7th, and nutll Itirthar
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bility, lost vitality, loot maiiUfgd, and mny othof
dioBo. We guarantee upeiWr cum and eom
nlntj. rtnrtlnii of manhood. Addrc wlthoni
dulay, VOLTA10 BELT CO. MarhU Mich.,
0AIBO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADEID.
W. 3. TURNER, Maitw.
J. E. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo for New Madrid nd wf point
every 1 neiaay, i anraasy ana ovunj y
Jteturntng leave Now Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
ad Monday at Ta.m.
For freight or pMsaw apply to
AMHB BIOOMS, AUt.