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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
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LINOU, Ai IXOOND-CLAM HATTIB.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITT AND OOUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiwii in thU column, eight cent per Una i for
ftratanrfAv cente perlln each lubeequeut Inser
tion. For one month, W cent por line. 7
There will bo a reunion of the Tem
perance Reform CI nb held at the . Temper
ance Hall this (Friday) eTeninj?, under the
auspices of the Young People's Temperance
Club, of Cairo. A general invitation to
extended to all. . ; , . ., r,, , , -t
Furnished Room. For rent with or
without board. Enquire corner Twenty
first and Walnut.
at De Biun's 50 Ohio Leyeo.
at De Bavin's 50 Ohio Levee.
But the Improved Ilowe Scales ac
knowledged the best made. Borden, Sel
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111.
The Great Triple X.
"XXX Boer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has lust been
received in largo quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. Th"
'trtpple 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, Barring
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.,Ktfckakoe, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Wabd.
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 56 Ohio Leveo.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1300 No. 8 book
loaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1 1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
Ml fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Won.vs, that universal disease in child.
hood, can bo thoroughly cured by the 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 salo my store house, residence,
and three acres of land. The store is 19x
70, and dwelling comprises 5 room and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each Bide ot
the place. For particulars apply to
Joim Tanner, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Bolect Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharp'g Restaurant and Europoan Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in the
best stylo, cooked or raw, at any hour of d ay
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE FOB A TERM OF TEARS.
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 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, postofnee and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little expense
fish pond fed by living water can be
mado and stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 1 5 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will bo sold with . the lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit the
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lows, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at The Bulletin
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Parties Indebted to me will please pay
the same to A. Comings.
E. E. Comings.
Cottage and lot on Twenty-first street
between Poplar and Sycamore streets. Also
1 lots In tame locality.
M. J.llowi.Kt.ftoaiEgtate Agent.
PAELOE SHOE STORE.
AWAY AHEAD OF ALL OTUUH8,
102 Commercial avenue, between Sixth
and Seventh streets, next door to Budet'i.
WE OFFER IMMENSE BARGAINS
. . i 15
Ladles' and Gents' Shoes.
All our goods are well mado and
very latest styles
Polite attention to all and no misrepre
sentation. J. II, Tbaxlkb.
th v. DAILY
JL A M.M '
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notleee In the" eommna,
each lueertion. Marked
tan ecou per line,
Hattie 8. an elegant email
cigar, at Schuh's.
A house tor rent. Enquire of E. E.
Ellis, 77 Ohio levce. -
Mr. Trailer, the enterprising Commer
cial avenue shoe man, has a notice of inter
est in specil locals.
According to the Argus "boys" are
multiplying at The Bulletin office at the
rate of about one per day.
Tho English railway iron received at
St. Louis last week, via Now Orleans, paid
customs duties of f 104,000.
The Ohio nvor has taken a sudden rise
of nearly a foot at this point. It stood ot
six feet three inches yesterday, at 1 :11 p.m.
Unless some decided change occurs in
tho condition of the president, the western
union will not post farther bulletin, except
City of Cairo funding bonds to the
amount of $4,250 were registered in the
office of tho state auditor at Springfield
The pay car of the Cairo Short Lino
made a morcenary move over the road yes
terday. This train runs 242 miles and pays
of in twelvo hours.
A lady living on the corner of Twenty-fourth
street and Cedar is said to bo in
sane and preparations are making for tak
ing her to the asylum at Anna.
The Narrow Gauge railroad company
has decided to remove its track from the
promises of the Dixie Oil company and
men are employed in the work.
The temperanco people will havo a
reunion at Tomperance Hall this evening.
The affair is in the hands of the young
people who give notice of it among busi
ness locals this morning.
Sixty-three was the Cairo temperature,
according to the signal service thermometer
yesterday, at 2:11 p. m. There was a gen
eral and considerable fall in tho tempera
ture all through the northwest.
Engine No. 87 seems to be hard on the
up-town people. They say (by telephone)
thnt they would not object to a musical
whistle ten or fifteen hours a day, but the
whistle of No; 87 is not musical.
A Methodist minister of Washington
preached last Sunday on "Prayer Against
Whisky," and maintained that the treat
ment and actions of tho president's physi
cians were inspired by divine providence.
This is an indorsement of Bliss from an
unexpected Quarter, and would seem to
include his prescriptions of rum and
It was stated Tuesday night by a cabi
net officer that five small boils or abcesses
were found on the president's back Tues
day. They were opened by the surgeons,
and discharged a small quantity of pus.
Their appearance is taken as evidence that
the blood poison has "ot been entirely
eliminated, notwithstanding Dr. Bliss' as
sertion that it had been.
"Life is too short." We can not under
take to teach a man in his second childhood
from his a, b, c's all the way up. The man
who can not understand the difference
between a case of deliberate
Buicide and a case of in
jury because of gross neglect on the part
of an employe of a railroad company is a
hopeless case any way.
Impudence and ignorance aro tolera
ble, even pardonable, in youth, because tho
toriner may be punished and the latter may
disappear with age; but, while ago always
brings with it tho privilege ot being in
solent and supercilious without punish
menr, it iurnisncs no protection to ignor
ance and an erroneous conception ot what
is right in the most ordinary affairs ot life,
Tho street railway did not begin oper
ations last Saturday as was expected be
cause the car manufacturers in St. Louis
were unable to rurnisn the cars on time;
but it is confidently expected that all will
be in readiness to commence operation
ncxtTuesday. Tho work of finishing the
track is being vigorously pushed forward
by the contractor; the iron has been laid as
far as Tenth street and tho road bed be
tween the rails is being made firm, in part
with the old pavement taken from around
the custom house.
"Can anyone tell us how it Is that a
man prefers to borrow tho paper every day
and thereby incur the displeasure of his
neighbor, rather than curtail on some use
less expenditure and subscribe for the
paper!" Thus queries the Paducah Enter
prise. The question is a conundrum; but
we might be able to answer it after an in
terview with a few of tho readers (not
subscribers) of The Bulletin. However,
in the words of the enterprising, always
outspoken twilight wiscacro, "life is too
Work on the dike opposite Hannibal,
Mo., which is to throw tho CUT
rent ot thnMiualauinnl rnwnrd tlm Miuomrl
I shore, is progressing finely, and the dike
wiu 1,0 finished beforo tho cold weather
toti in. Messrs. Brown & Co., the contra
tot,. tre "oSng Rood job.- They first do-
yowiea tuo gravel, taken from tho bars by I
r.urlg0 ooat along the lino of tho
" then tho gravel is overlaid
WHU WlllOV lOrtv fnnt ,!,! .ml -
ceives the rock which forms the dike. Tho
dam will be 1,400 feet In length, and 40
Tho maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding thrco o'clock p. ni.
yesterday, (Washington time) were aq fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 76; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 72; Davenport, Iowa, 63; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 03; Keokuk, Iowa, C3; LaCrosse,
Wis. 00; Leavenworth, Kas., 58; Louis
ville, Ky., 70; Memphis, Tenn., - ; Nash
ville, Tenn., ; Omaha, Neb., 80; Pitts
burg, Pa., 75; Shreveport, La., ; ; St.
Louis, Mo ,',73; 8t. Paul, Minn., 57;Vlcks
burg, Miss., ; North Platte, Neb., C3;
Yankton, Dak., 70; Bismarck, Dak., 60;
Dodgo City, Kan., 03.
There has been neither a change nor a
multiplication of "hands" at The Bclle
tin office, as is intimated by tho twilight
wiseacre. Every citizen, and certainly the
"newspapers" ot tho city, should feel some
responsibility for the good name of the city
attaching to them; but that there are
exceptions to this rule tho Argus has amply
proven. The Bulletin's "Iftnrt" is moved
with the impulse of defending the fair
fame of tho city against tho aspersions of
her ovet zealous and misguided friends (?).
The case against Mrs. Mary Walker,
for selling liquor to minors and on Sunday,
was resumed in the court of Esquire Os
born yesterday afternoon. The full jury
was obtained without much trouble
Messrs. Mulkey and Leek represented tho
defense and States Attorney Damron, tho
prosecution. A number of witnesses were
examined and tho usual argument mado on
both sides. The defense made, among
others, the point that it was a case
of malicious prosecution and the
jury seoms to have been
satisfied that it was so and therefore very
properly rendered a verdict of not guilty.
The murderer Hays was tried in the
court of Justice Robinson Tuesday afternoon.
State's Attorney Damron was conducting
tho malicious prosecution against Mrs.
Walker at tho time and lett tho Hays case
in tho hands of City Attorney Wm. Hen
dricks. Four witnesses were examined for
tho defense and one for the prosecution.
There were one or two more witnesses
for the prosecution in the court room, but
the prosecuting attorney failed to call them,
the result was that nays was released on
the ground ot self-defense. He was re
arrested, however, upon a state warrant,
sworn out by Officer Dunkcr, and will
have another examination to-day.
Yesterday morning's Long Branch dis
patch was as follows: At the morning
dressing at 8 :30 to-day, the president's
temperaturo was 07 4-10, pulse 100, respir
ation 20. He passed the night comfortably
until 3 a. m., when he was wakeful tor a
period of two hours, during which the pulse
rose to 120, but without tho marked eleva
tion of temperature which has character
ized the febrile disturbance heretofore. Af
ter this he slept. More nourishment was
given to him during the night than for sev
eral nights past. There was no evening
dispatch and will be no further dispatches
until Sunday, unless an important change
transpires in the president's condition.
The terrible hurricanes, which have
recently visited the coa3ts of Georgia and
South Carolina, have been most disastrous
to tho rice crop which had nearly been
made. The drought had already injured it
materially, and then came the hurricane a
thing heretofore unheard of in the month
of August and great has been the destruc
tion both of property and life. On the
rice plantations tho embankments protect
ing tho growing crops from the encroach
ment of the salt water, have been leveled,
submerging tho fields of ripening grain,
almost without an exception. The gram is
now in the milk, at its most critical period,
and the harvesting ot the crop usually com
mences about the first of October. It is
feared that the crop will be cut down fully
one-half. As the equinoxical storms, al
ways dreaded by the planter, are yet to
come, the outlook is certainly not encourag
ing. Should the gales bo Bcvere, the Sea
Island cotton and rico crops of South Car
olina will bo almost nil.
Robert Collyer says : "This is not a
land of pi ace; it Is a nation of armed men.
Tho farmer has a revolver in his bed-room,
and tho merest'boy on the slightest provoca
tion pulls out his pistol. Two hundred
yearB havo proved that in civil life, at least,
me vjuaKer is rignt. no Quaker ever
shoots, and no Quaker is ever shot. There
should bo general disarmament, and wo
should guard the sale of pistols as we
guard the sale of poisons. It is tho brutal
ity that comes from the possession of
woapons that does the harm." There is some
exaggeration in this, but there is bIbo much
good strong sense. Tho carrying of fire
arms is much too common, and their ealo
too free. Mr. Collyer said also: "IfUuitcau
had carried out his intent I know just what
would have happened. Ministers would
havo gone to him and told him that if ho
accepted their plan ot salvation he would
go straight to heaven, and it would havo
gone out to the world that he was walking
in parudiso while his faco was blackoning
on tho scaffold. Such proceedings are a
libel on religion and common sense. Ai a
man sowcth so shall he reap. That is good
scripture, and I bcliovo it."
Ballard County News: We noticod
the other day that quite a number of boof
cattlo wore being driven from Ballard
county to Cairo. Wo wero told that more
beef had been run into market than ububI,
consequently they wore Belling rathor low.
Taking the cattle we saw as a sample tho
prospect for poor beef was never hotter.
, Farmers aro determined to dispose of as
FRIDAY MORNING, ,' SEPTEMBER 16, 1881.
much of their surplus stock as possible.
Tho road between Blond villo
and Cairo is in a terriblo fix, indeed. We
are in favor of putting tho screws to every
overseer who fails to keep his road in
good repair. Qi the road we speak of,
nearly all the bridges are really dangerous.
Willow Creek bridge has, (or had last
Thursday), nearly a whole plank gone. It
is astonishing to us that stock do not get
their legs broken on this road every day.
We are not exaggerating. There are prob
ably some fifteen little bridges betweon
Blandville and Cairo, and at least four
fifths of them are unsafe. We suppose it is
soma one's duty to boo to such things, and
hope it will bo'dono at once.
Three or four cases of poisoning from
canned meats and fish, which have lately
occurred in Cincinnati, suggest that the
persons engaged in the business of preserv
ing articles of food in cans in this city and
elsewhere must be careful. Any chemist
could furnish them with information which,
if conscientiously applied to their opera
tions, would enable them to guard with ab
solute certainty against all danger from the
absorption of poison from the cans into
their contents; and there are equally effec
tive mean9 of avoiding the canning of
meats that havo already become poisonous
through decomposition. The canning busi
ness has grown into an extensive and lucra
tive industry, but it will bo well tor all
concerned to remsmber that it may be bro
ken down as rapidly as it has been built
up. Housekeepers find canned articles
very convenient. They will not long con
tinue to buy and use them, however, at the
risk of lite. Tho houses engaged in tin's
business are no less interested than the
public in the thorough and immediate re
form of the carelessness by which the pois
oning of that kind of food becomes possi
ble, for every report of the effects of such
carelessness injuriously affects sales, and a
few cases like those of recent occurrence in
Cincinnati will utterly destroy tho demand
for such pe rilous stuff.
Many people of Cairo seem to be un
der the impression that the marine hospital
is somewhat of a charity institution, w here
sick paupers can ro and be treated, free of
charge, and that it is theretore a relief to
the authorities of the city and county.
This is an erroneous impression. The ma
rine hospital is not, in any sense, a charity
institution. The marine hospital system
of the country is established and upheld
by the government at tho expense of all
marine and river men it is the only feat
ure in this republican government, which
partakes of the form of what may be termed
"paternal government" and is in direct con
tradiction to tho fundamental principles of
a republican form of government. Yet it
cannot be said that it is not a good thing
for mariners. Those who are en
titled to treatment in these
hospitals must present certificates proving
that they are in active service on some wa
ter craft and.that they havo paid the gov
ernment forty cents each month out of their
wages with which to maintan these hos
pitals. This forty cents must be paid each
month, even though the payer be not in a
condition to need once in his whole life the
hospital which he thuB helps to maintain.
The man who is unable to present a certifi
cate of the kind referred to can not be
treated at the hospital even though he wero
at the point of death, and Dr. Carter wSuld
lay himself liable to instant dismissal were
he to violate this rule. Dr. Carter is not
even permitted, by tho regulations of the
marine service, to use the office he occupies
in tho custom house for any but marine
practice, and, were tho rules rigidly enforced
would be liable to censure if not discharged
for even writing a prescription in tho gov
ernment ofiico for a patient who is not a
marine. This seems harsh, of course, but it is
nevertheless true. Tho marine hospital in
this city is not an institution by itself, it is
a branch of St. Mary's hospital, which is
conducted by tho Sisters of Loretto, and tho
Sisters aro enumerated by the government
for their very valuable services and for the
use of the necessary room in their buildingB.
Those persons who, not being marines, but
being without means and in need of med
ical aid, are sent not to the marine branch
of tho hospital, but to St. Mary's hospital,
where they receive tho best of treat
ment at the expense of tho city, or tho
county, or Cairo's kind-hearted physicians,
railroad men and citizens generally. Thus
it will bo seen that the marine hospital does
in no way und to no extent relievo tho
community of tho caro of
her sick paupers, while It
is well known that tho Cairo marine hos
pital, being favorably known along tho two
great rivers mocting horc, which render tho
placo easy of approach from tho north,
south and east, attracte a number, of per
sons here every month who are not cnlitlod
to treatment in it at all, and who honco bo
come a burden to privato charity or to tho
city or county. Tho marluo hospital is,
however, a bonofit in one sense i It distrib
utes some hundreds of dollars of the gov
enrmunt, or rather tho mariners' money
among tho druggists, etc., of the city; but
whether this sum will counterbalance that
expended in the caro, by tho community, of
tho ineligible invalids tho hospital attracts
here and tho lashing the good namo of tho
city receives at tho hands of injudicious and
unscrupulous men and newspapers for fail
ing to promptly caro for all these invalids,
remains to bo determined. (
A HAPPY EVENT.
Tho many sincero friends of Mr. Philan
der C. Barclay, boo of P. W. Barclay, and
Miss Fannie ninkle, daughter of Major
Jossu Hmkle, both of this city, will bo
filled , , with , joy at , the ap
proaching marriage of thwo two
estimable youn pooplo. The wedding is
announced to take placo at Midway, Wood
ford county, Kentucky, on tho 20th instant,
and invitations havo already been sent out
to many ot the friends of tho happy pair,
here and elsewhere. The Bulletin ex
tends to them in advance its heartiest con
Mr. II. II. Candee returned from the
north and east yesterday.
Mr. Charles Wenger has returned from
his visit north.
Mr. C. O. p'atier is in St. Louis, purchas
Mrs. M. V. Tharp and family have re
turned from a visit to friends in Kansas.
Mr. C. It. Stuart returned yesterday from
tho east, where ho has purchasrd a large
quantity of staple and fancy dry goods.
General A. E. Burnsido, tlm junior sena
tor from one of the easternstates, who died
suddenly a day or two ago, was a relative
of Mrs. J. L. Kiefer, of this city.
Mr. P. E. Powell, tor a long time of the
New York store, has accepted a position
at a desk in offiuo of the Chicago, S.v. Louis
and New Orleans railroad.
Mr. Thomas P. S. norne, will leave next
Sunday for a short tour of tho north of
several weeks in duration. He will visit
Champaign, Chicago and several cities in
ALEXANDER COUNTY, SEPTEMBER 15TII,
Daniel Hohl to L. W. Copland ; special
warranty deed, dated Septdmber7th, 1881,
for lot numbered twenty-four, in block
numbered seventy-nine, in the first addition
to the city of Cairo.
County of Alexander to C. A. Marchil
don; special warranty deed, dated Septem
ber 15th, 1881, for northwest quarter of
northeast quarter; southwest quarter of
northeast quarter and southeast quarter of
northeast quarter of section nine, township
fifteen, range three, in Alexander county.
Walter Hyslop, as lato treasurer, etc., to
Enterprise Savings bank; quit claim, deed,
dated August 19th, 1881, for lot eighteen,
in block four; undivided half of lot two, in
block three, and all of lots thirty and
thirty-one, in block fifty-one, in the city of
Cairo; and lots twenty-seven and twenty
eight, in block eighty-three, in tho First
addition to the city of Cairo.
C. A. Marchildon and wife to Alexander
county; special warranty deed, dated Sep
tember 3d, 1881, for five acres of southeast
corner of northeast half of southwest quar
ter of southwest quarter, in eoction nine
township fifteen, range three, in Alexander
ATTENTION BOARD OF TRADE.
A meeting will be held at tho office of R.
W. Miller, Ohio levee, this (Friday) even
ing, at three o'clock, for the purpose of re
organizing tho old board of trade. All
members of the organization are requested
to be on hand. Wood Ritteniiocbe,
FROM ALL AROUND.
The emigrants leaving Liverpool in Au
gust numbered 21,321, ot whom 2,007 went
to British North America.
The people of Dublin havo already con
tributed 1,140 toward an exhibition of
Irish manufactures, and a general meeting
to organize the display will be held to
The Greeley Arctic expedition reached
Lady Franklin last August 3, and estab
lished a station at Discovery harbor. A
house was erected on tho site used by the
English expedition. Fourteen muBk-oxen
were killed on the day of tho landing.
Guiteau is In constant terrcr that he will
be shot. He spent most of Sunday night
praying aloud in preparation for tho death
which ho dreads. He has not yet abandon
ed his propensity for lying. Ho has told
several different stories about Mason's at
tempt upon his worthless life.
Professor King and seven companions
made their ascent from St. Paul Monday
evening, in a gentle northwest wind. The
balloon wis weighted with five hundred
pounds of provisions and instruments and
two tons ot ballast, and was Been to sink
twice nearly to tho earth.
Tho English weather does not seem to
improve. There was rain In England al
most every day last week. In Wales and
Ireland tho weather was rather favorable.
In Scotland tho season is very backward, as
thoy say there. Tho harvest has only com
moncod, and much of the grain is reported
not ripo yot.
The Mutual Union Telegraph Company
is fast extending Its lines to all tho princi
pal cities in the United States. It will Boon
bo roady for business, and its officers say
they will bo in a condition to compete with
the Westorn Union at points covering 80
por cent, of tho telegraph business of the
The bostilos in Arizona have drivon off
four hundred head of stock from a ranch
eighteen mllos above Camp Apsche. The
chief of scouta has enllstod a company
mado un ol Yumas, Navajos, Tontos, and
Apaches. Quartermaster Scbully has thl'
ty mon at work on a forry-boat to cross tho
Gila river with troops. General Wilcox is
furnishing arms and ammunition to tho
citizens at various points.
The proprietors of the Palmer House,
Chicago, have made an innovation by em
ploying ladies lor office clerks and book
keepers. They are of the opinion that wo
men will give bettor satisfaction in these
places than men, and 10 far their expcrlonco
justifies that belief.' " It is their intention
also to thus fill all places about the hotel
that can properly be occupied by ladies.
Liberal salaries are paid and tho best of
A COOKING BT'JVE for eale, with two Iron pots
two bake pain and two ertdillea: will be fold
fur teu dollars. Apply t Bulletin office.
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-Opened Jy 1. lfWl.-
FHOITI OK LRTlf, tI(XVD iHD HAIMW4D iTBIItt.
tA new tnd complete Ilctcl. wltb eluvttor,
btib tad ill modtf d improvement.
Term 1.M) to 1 1,50 per djr, according to lors
tloo of ro-,m.
L,. I. L AUK ICR At, CO., Icaaeoa.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lEia STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll tor that
notice tnefenrboat will ma t trip! aa follow :
LiiTie liatii Liana
Foat Fourth at. Xlaaoarl Land g. Kentucky L4,
luiOa.m. m. a. m.
10:00 a. m. 10:90 a.m. 11a.m.
8:00 p. a. 1:30 p. aa. I p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 5;00p.a.
2 p. m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p. m
S x at
CAlJiO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADKID.
W. J. TUBNEB, Maater
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Ltaroa Cairo for New Madrid and war point
every Tneaday, Tburcdar and Saturday at p, m.
Rotnrnlnu leave New Madrid Wednoaday, Friday
and Monday at T a.m.
For freight or P-AMVlOOS, A,tenl.
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoa-Ko. 1M Commercial Avenne, btw
Eighth and Ninth Street
Jjn. W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFICK-Klghth Btroet, near Gomrerclkl Avenue
TO YOUNO MEN AND OTHERS. .
We annd on trial for thirty daya our B lootro-vol'
talo Bella, Banda and Soapenaortea, to young ma
and othera aofferUg from wJweeoa. norvoui de
hlllty, loat vllallty.loat manhood, and many otner
diKnaae. We (taarante pdr f nrea
plot restoration of manhood. .Add", wlthoa
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