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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Office t Bnlleti Bulldimc, Waihlagtoa Avsias
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i LIHOIS, Al IIOOKD-CLAJM MITT I.
official mis or city and ooctt
SPECIAL LOCAL lTEp.(
Notice. In thU column, eight nti per
Iret end five cent per line eieh eu iioa,Bnt Inter
tioo. For one month, cent per line.,
Furnished Room. For rent with or
without lxard. Enquire cornor Twenty,
first and Walnut.
at De Baun's 56 Ohio Leyee.
But the Improved, Howe Scales ac
knowledged the best mad0 ' Borden'; Seb
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago; 111'
" ' ' (8)
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to Bell lc6 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
attontion. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Oysters by the Can
at De. Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
. Scratch Books.
Ubb Thb Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
Dr. Kline's G.eat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send .to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Worms, that universal disease in child,
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
of Dr. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifugo. E
Ferrct, Agt, 372 Pearl St., N. Y, City. (4)
For Sale at Greeufleld8 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 Tanner, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of 8elcct Ovsters at Avin
ger&Tharp's Robtaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day. and served un to order in the
best Btylo, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
orniirht. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in C4utn at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE FOR A TKKU 07 TEARS.
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
bered upland, good , for fruit, aqd early
gardening; two living springs of witter that
have Bhown no signs of failing this present
dry season; new two-story dwelling of 7
rooms withtn five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoffice 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. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un-
equaled, Hew tarm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will be sold with , the lease it
desired.- Parties are invited to visit the
place or address mo by letter. .'
E. M. Lowe, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at The Bulletin
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
Parties indebted to me will
the same to A. Comings.
at De Baun's 56 Ohio Levee.
GENERAL, LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcei in tbee eoinmni, ten cent per Una,
eco jneeruon. jBareeu j , ,
Hattie S. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh's.
A house tor rent. , Enquire of E. E.
Ellis, 77 Ohio' levee."' '
The brick walk, in front of Mr. W. L.
Bristol's new store, was yesterday taken up
andrelaid. . '',,""
The Foster five-hook Kid Glove for
Ladies is sold only by O. Haythorn. .
The patient to the bullet "I don't
want to got better life is mighty tiresome
t best but If you incyBt,' why, I suppose
III have to remain- ' ' 1 '
"Noah a native of this country? Ab
surd!" "Yea,buthewas. "Yes, but he
wasn't "Yea, but he was, he looked out of
his Ark an' saw." :
-Remember that O. Haythorn still leads
in the Shoe business.
The obstructions of the north aide of
Eighth street have beca removed after hav
ing served thoir purpose well, both aidtj, 0(
the street being now nearly worn even.
Some complaint Is Indulged in by con
sumers of meats that, though the wholesale
price ol nearly all kinds of meats hat fallen
to a mere nominal amount, there has ' been
no change in the retail pr.ee.
It unll liftVA 1rtokod'all aiound" and
cannot find a decent Shoe, go to Ilsythorn's
and get them.
Charley Schoonmeyor's Gormania Res
tma&lfl and board-
lng. There is no better table set in any
restaurant in town.
Mrs. Calahan has completed her new
cottage corner, Division streqt and, Washing
ton.,avenne anfUoV occupies it, as a dwell
ing. This loaves, her very desirable cot
tage, next doqr, vacant and for rent.
Pulaski.Patriot : "The Cairo &Vin
cennes railroad company has a new agent
at this place. The former agent, Mr. Jas.
Organ, having accepted a position on the
Iron, Mountain road in Missouri."
Ladies, should see our Boys' -School
Suita.'at, $3.00. ' They would be cheiip at
$0,00. O, Haythorn.
'Four gentlemen in Cairo have been
allowed, to advertise the Louisiana State Lot-
,teyibylrawjng a.prize. of . five hundred
dollars between them. The happy quar
tette are Messrs. Henry Hazenjager, A. T.
DeBaun, George Wise and "Dad" Lovett.
St. JoBeph'B Lorretto Academy, for
young ladies will open on the first ot Octo
ber. The new buildings will then be com
pleted and furnish ample room for boardors.
The school is delightfully situated on tho
highest ground In Cairo, and has an educa
tional standard of the 'highest order. Ap
plication for terms etc., should be addressed
to Mother Superior, Lorretto Academy,
Remember that I keep tho most com
plete stock of fine Shoes in the city, and
my. prices Me no higher than common
goods are sold for elsewhere. O. Hay
thorn. When the cat's away, the mice may
have a time of their own. The chief ex
ecutive, being ill nigh unto death, is very
properly at the sea shore. Thither Post
master General James has repaired, for no
apparent purpose in the world. The post
master general being away, tho first assis
tant is also away; the first assistant beiHg
away is excuse for the absence of tho sec
ond assistant ; the third assistant follows
the aecond assistant, and thej chief clerk,
upon whom official example is not lost, also
goes off. Some of them should do the
country the only service in their power, and
remain away permanently.
If you want first-class boarding call at
the Germania House, Restaurant, corner
Poplar, Tenth and Washington avenue.
A Chicago man says : "I ran for office
once when I was young and foolish. I
got defeated and am glad of it. I'd rather
be a 'yellow hound' and bay a moon made
of green cheese than submit my self again to
the moral crucifixion, button-holing, lying,
sneaking,, double-dealing, back-biting,
Whispering, conniving, rot-gut . swilling,
hand-shaking, foul breathing, make-believe
friendship and barefaced treachery that
must befall every man that runs for an
office falsely'said to bo in 'the gift of the
people' in any great city. In the gift of
the devil would hit nearer the mark."
Thob. Lewis, Sec'y. Yours of the
27th, with enclosure of draft on Second
National bank, of N. Y., for $1,000.20 in
favor of Mrs, E.P- Parker on Bro. Parker's
assessment, came duly on hand. I have
banded said draft to her, which is entirely
satisfactory to hor.
I. C. BnowN, Sec'y B. F.
Persons with an eye for the beautiful
can impossibly walk down the west side of
Commercial avenue to Sixth street, without
stopping at the show .. windows ot Messrs.
J. Burger & Bro's Palace Clothing House.
There are displayed here in a magnificent
manner every variety of gents' furnishing
goods, from a silk hat or handkerchief
down to a scarf pin. All their goods are of
the newest style and best quality, and they
can afford to sell them as cheap as tho
cheapest. Their stock comprises a large and
varied quantity of new fall clothing, hats,
stiff hats in particular, half-hose, British
and others, scarfs, gloves, suspenders, etc.,
etc.all ot which have been purchased with
in the last two weeks at very reasonable
figures. Mr. Burger invites an inspection
of his stock by the public generally.
ine maximum temperature lor six
teen hours preceding thrco o'clock p. m
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 76; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 72; Davenport, Iowa, 65; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 58; Keokuk, Iowa, C8; LaCrossc,
Wis., 66; Leavenworth, Km, 65; Louis
ville, Ky., 72; Memphis, Tenn., ; Nash
ville, Tenn.,, ; Omaha, Neb., 02; Pitts
burg, Pa., 76; Shrevcport, La., ; St.
Louis, Mo., 81 ; St. Paul, Minn., 53 ; Vicks-
burg, Miss., ; North Platte, Neb., 72;
Yankton, Dak., ; Bismarck, Dak., 40;
Dodge City, Kan., 83.
The Henublican Pulaski Patriot. "Rut.
blrmilk Joe," editor, applies the general
epithet of "Coon" to a colored man in the
neighborhood of Mound City.
; -To-morrow's Argus: "Hal didn't we
tell, you so? , Forty cases of sickness treat
ed at the marine hospital without any pay
iromany quarter during the last year I
Didn't we toll you that the marine hospital
was a relief to the community ?" The good
owioul is, if we may be permitted to cull
expression from the vocabulary of tho
glar,0ff. again." The marine hospital
bidaothlnfl to dowlth'turnishinir earn tor
these forty poor human beings; but It most
CAIRO BULLETIN; . SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1881.
likely bad something to do with attracting
thorn here under the inviession that they
wereelllglble to trcatraont in it. The eight
to twqlve cases per montu, wncn are, re
fused entrance at the doors of the, marine
hospital because of thoir inoligibllty, would
seem to bear out this assertion.
Wanted A good collector. One
that can glvo good ' security. Collector,
this office. ,
An understanding has been arrived at
betweon Messrs. rotor Noil and M. Werner
concerning tho old Alexander County Bank
building, by which Mr. Werner receives a
lease ot the building for a certain length
of time at the very handsome
rental of $125 per month. Mr, Werner
judges very rightly that the location is one
tho best in the city and expects, to establish
a clothing store that will be a credit to the
place. As is known Mr. Neft intended to
occupy the house himself, as he has rented
his levee building to Mr. Joseph Able for a
eteam boat buchery, and, though the owner
of many houses, be finds himself now with
out even a room in which to store his. own
stock of caBsimers, cloths, etc.
That the president is blood poisoned
is at last, but reluctantly, admitted by the
doctors themselves. It is a concession of
the greatest importance, for it indicates a
constitutional disturbance which is much
more apt than otherwise to follow a well
defined course ending fatally. Death is not
necessarily the, outcome, for, there are cases
ofrecoveryjnor is it likely to be speedy,
for in the mild forma of the diso.rd.er,
months may and usually do elapse before
death ensues. In the face ot this admitted
complication, only tho very sanguine . can
derive much substantial encouragement
from the improvement of the past few days;
and yet there is real reason for thinking
that progress may continue, and that the
president's phenomenal vitality may enable
him to override the threatened danger.
, Tho tollowing aqcount ot the manner
in which Miss Ayers, daughter of Mr. E. J.
Ayers, of Villa Ridge, was injured, appears
in tiie Jonesboro Gazette : "Monday, Sept.
5th, Miss Ayers, daughter of Mr. E. J.
Ayers, of Villa Ridge, and a guest at the
hospital, fell through the floor of ti e bal
cony in front ot tho main entrance to the
hospital, to the stone steps below, a distance
of some twelve feet and broke her arm near
the shoulder. A now floor was boing laid,
and Miss Ayers happened to step on the
end of a plank which had no support, and
consequently gave way under her weight.
Her father was summoned at once by tele
graph, but returned home on Tuesday
morning, leaving the young lady under the
superior treatment of Dr. Wardner and
other friends in the hospital. Everybody
wonders how the young lady escaped with
but ono broken bono. It was really a lucky
A new plank walk is tho. latest im
provement on Ohio levco, in front of the
Planter's House. In itself it is an improve
ment, pcrlect in e?ery particular., but when
taken in connection with the old walk on
either side of it, tjthere is one objection
which pedestrians will find it hard to
over look it is several inches above
the level of the old walk.
There aro several other short stretches of
plank walk and several short stretches of
flagging to which the same objection may
be urged. All these form obstructions to
pedestrianism and are eye sores to the pub
lic, which call forth many expressions un
complimentary to the city ! Perhaps these
objections should not be urged ;agaiust the
newly built plank and the flag-stone part
of tho walk; they could probably be more
properly urged against that portion which
remains unreconstructed. , At any ,, rate
something should be done to render that
portion of the Ohio Levee walk, which is so
much used by the traveling public, of a uni
form level and kind, and not only durable,
but creditable to the pity. f
We aro indebted to Dr. Henry R. Car
ter, of tho United States marine service,
who has charge of the marine hospital
here, for tho following statemont of facts
concerning the number and kind of cases
treated at tho marine hospital and by the
Sisters of the Holy Cross during the last
year : Number of persons admitted by the
city, nineteen; by tho county, nino; number
of persons sent there by ,. private persons,
about sixteen. No record is kept of persons
received by Dr. Carter and the Sisters with
out any pay; but the doctor believes that
dunng the last , year there .. were between
thirty-five and forty-five such. The
number of, days of. relief
furnit)hed, divided with reference to the
foregoing classification, is least for the
county patient and greatest , for, thoso re
ceived on charity, the other two classes, are
about equal. Thus it appears that the city
and county authorities sent twenty-eight to
the hospital; private charity about . half
that many and that the Sisters ol tho Holy
Cross and Dr. Carter, together v treat about
forty free of charge. It must not be sup
posed, however, that the . Marine Hospital
proper, has . anything , to do , with',; any of
those cases, because , the Marine Hospital
proper is established .and., maintained., for
mariners exclusively, and, ,of these ; wore
treated in the Marine Hospital proper, just
five hundred and eight. For the treatment
of those forty eases, .which, were taken in
without pay from any source, the Bister of
the Holy Cross and Dr. Carter, deserye to
bavo tho exclusive credit- and
not the marine hospital. This, together
with tho twontjr-eight cases sent to the
hospital, and the fifty or sixty cases other
wise provided for, by the city and county
authority, also tho sixteen case treated at
the expense of private charity, is heavy
charity work for ono year and ollcctually
contradicts the impression created among
noighboring communities by recent publi
cations in a Cairo paper, that this city is
inhabited by mon and women whose hearts
of stone respond not to the tears and groans
of suffering humanity.
Articles of incorporation of the Burling
ten & Ohio river railway compapy were
filed in the recorder's office this week :
"The railway hereby, to be, constructed,
owned and operated is as follows: Begin
ning at a point on the Mississippi river, in
the county of Henderson, in the state of
Illinois, opposite to the city of Burlington,
in the state of Iowa, and running in a
southeasterly direction through the coun
ties of Henderson, Hancock, McDonough,
Schuyler, Cass, Morgan, Macoupin, Madi
son, Blinton, Washington, Perry, Franklin,
Williamson, Johnson and Pope, in. tho
stato of Illinois, and terminating at Gol
conda, in the said county of Pope."' The
capital stock of the company Is $3,000,000,
and they propose to go to work at once to
make this road. This road would help tho
farmers of Johnson county in securing
cheap transportation ast will connect with
the various lines running north and south,
and east and . west. It is not yet known
what part of the county it will pass through,
though it will probably pass noar New
Burnside, unless, inducements are offered
by our citizens to bring it by way of Vien
na. Let her build. Vienna Times.
A good thing on "Buttermilk Joo," of
tho Pulaski Patriot, appears in the iant is
sue of the Johnson County Journal. It is
as follows: "Joe P. Robsrta of the Mound
City Patriot wants the people of his town
to know that he is an insurance agent of
no mean pretentions. Accordingly about
one-third of the columns of his antiquated
sheet is devoted weekly to that object. The
insurance agent of Cairo is an especial ob.
ject of Joe's venom. Ho hurls
wools and maledictions by the wholesale
upon the head of his Cairo rival. The Pa
triot teems with, denunciations, heaped
upon the miscrrble creature who would
daro to invade the sacred bailwick of
Joseph, But if one would judgo from the
regularity of Jon's assaults upon the Cairo
insurance agent, one would conclude that
Joe was making but little headway in ex
terminating the object of his cruel excoria
tions. Like Banquo's ghost, the Cairo in
surance agent "will not down" at Joe's bid
ding. At the midnight . hour, when other
good men sleep, wo fancy we can hear our
fat friend of the Patriot mutter at sight of
that terrible apparetion, the Cairo insur
ance agent, as it looms up before his dis
eased imagination tho word :
"Pt'ythee.aeo there t behold ! loek 1 lo?
j If llAixt. bar, I w blm '"
, Wake up Joe and shake off your halluci
nations. Calm your perturbed spirits and
give us a rest . upon the Cairo insurance
agent. Now won't you Joe? Do, please
there that's a good boy I By by Joe."
Died July 7th, 1881, near Noifork, Mo.
Abner Shaw youngest son of Capt. Henry
W. and , Mary E. Hampton, aged 6 years
and seven months. "Sweet little Abner
reBta in tho arms of hiB Savior."
Died September 14th, on board steamer
Silver Thorn, William nenry, eldest son of
Henry M. and Fannie Hampton, aged 15
month. "Ob, how we miss our darling little
f MemplnB Appeal and Avalanche
WHEN, BT WHOM AND WHAT KIND OF SER
VICES WILL BE CONDUCTED IN THEM TO
DAT. Sabbath school will bo held at the Pres
byterian church this afternoon at three
o'clock! No other services.
Rev. W. Kone has arrived and will con
duct services at the Baptist church
at, the, corner of Tenth and
Poplar streots, every morning and
evening during this week, beginning with
this morning. A general invitatiou is ex
tended to the public'
: Rev. E. Knappe will occupy the pulpit of
the German Lutheran church, on Thirteenth
street this morning at cloven o'clock, Sab
bath School, in the afternoon.
At St. Patrick's church Father MaBtcraon
will conduct services this morning and
evening, and Sabbath School will be held
at the usual hour.
Father O'Hara will be at his post of duty
in St. Joseph's Catholic church, at the com
er of Cross and Walnut streets. Services,
10:30 a. m. Sabbath School at two and
Vespers at three p. m.
j Lay services and 8abbath School will bo
conducted at the Church of , the Redeemer,
on Fourteenth street, this forenoon at the
j Tho following letter was received a few
days ago by Circuit Clerk Alex. H. Irvin :
j Bio Ratios, Mich., Sept. 12tli, 1881.-
j My Dear Sir: I have in my custody
what purports to be a copy of a decroe ot
divorce in favor of Celia Mooro and against
ono George W. Moore. Decree granted
from your court March 15th, 1876. Signed
by Thomaa K. Cummings circuit judge and
Gf. M. Gaye, register. Justan B. Kellen Is
named as solicitor for complainant. 1 Please
inform me if any such proceeding was had
or any such record made. I will recom
pense you for this information. Send your
too. An early reply very much desired.
Most respectfully yours,
L. G. Palmer.
It is useless to say for the information of
the Cairo readors of The Bulletin, that
"Thomas K. Cummings" was never circuit
judge for this county, that the parties to
this divorco suit, though real, were never
residents of this city or county and that no
such docreo of divorce as above described is
on record in the circuit clerk's offico here.
The case is one in which fraudulent divorce
papers were given to Celia Moore against
Goorge W. Mooro and, instead of being
divorced, Celia is still the lawful wife of
Goorge W. Moore. Such cases as this sug
gest that persons cursed with marital in
fellicity which nothing but a divorce will
cure, should bo at least as careful in getting
divorce papers as they were in getting thoir
ALEXANDER COUNTY, SEPTEMBER 17TU,
Chas. G. Simmons and othors to Margaret
A. S. Arthur; quit claim deed, dated June
1st, 1881, for lots numbered twenty-fivo,
twenty-six and twenty-seven, in block num
bered twenty-Cve, in the city of Cairo;
and lots numbered five to nine inclusive, in
block eighty-one in the First addition to
tho city of Cairo.
Clementine McLean to Kate C.Walsh;
special warranty deed, dated September
1 7th, 1880, for lot numbered fifteen, in
block numbered forty-nine, in the city of
Geo. Fisher, administrator, to TIioh. W.
Halliday;decd,dat'd Sept.15, '81 for lots one
and two, in block two; lots four and five,
in block Jive; lots twenty-nine to thirty-two
inclusive, in block twenty-eight; lots thirty
to. tbirty-twoluclusive, in block twenty
nine; lot two. in block thirty-six; lots
thirty-seven to tliirty-nir.e inclusive, in
block forty-seven; lots twenty-nine and
thirty, in block forty-eight; lots fifteen and
sixteen, , in block seventy-one, and
lots three, six, thirteen and
fourteen, in block Bevcnty-two, all
in the city of Cairo.
THE LATEST NEWg FROM LONG BRANCH.
While there are no new . complications in
the president's case, his general condition
indicates that he has not made any gain
during the past forty-eight hours; in fact
there has been a slight falling off. The
wound has assumed a more unhealthy ap
pearance' and tho discharge haa been grow
ing more unsatisfactory. Small bed sores
have again made their appearance. Dr.
Boynton sayB he still has hopes that tho
president will be able to pull through. His
mind has been somewhat disturbed during
the day, ha well aa during th night, and
there is still a continuance of suppuration
of the parotid gland. On the whole, the
situation is one of anxiety. The surgeons
and attendants, however, express themselves
in hopeful terms., C. O. Rockwell, one of
the president's attendants, is authority tor
the statement that the perspiration, which
has been one of the annoying features in
the president's case, has reappeared. Cols.
Rockwell and Swaim entertain a differen
opinion, and declare it has not reappeared.
It is reliably ascertained that the presi
dent's pulse reached 130 during Friday
night, notwithstanding the fact that the
febrile rise was not so pronounced as usual.
The following dispatch arrived here last
At the noon examination the president
showed temperature 102, pulso 120, respi
ration 24. At 11 :30 a. m. he bad a severe
chill which lasted half an hour,
followed by a gradual fall of the tempera
ture and a decrease of the pulse and respi
ration. Tho evening examination shows
the tomperature to be 98, pulse, 102; respi
ration, 18. He slept some and has taken
nourishment at proper intervals. His
cough has been less frequent.
Died, yesterday evening, of membraneous
croupe, at the age of two years, ten months
and nine days, Mary Josephine, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stuart., The funeral
starts from the residence on Washington
avenue, near Seventh street, at 1 :30 o'clock
and tho train leaves at 2:00 o'clock p. m.
The romains will Ikj taken to Villa Kldge
by special Illinois Central train from tho
foot of Eighth Btrcet.
Rev. F. P. Davenport is reported to be
very sick at his former home in Tallahoma,
Mm. W. II. Sandusky has gone to join
her husband at Memphis.
Col. John and Mrs. Wood arnved yester
day forenoon from Chicago, where they
have been visiting for some timo.
Mrs. Loitcb, of, Cincinnati, is in tho city,
visiting hor Bister, Mrs. F. Korsmcyer.
A Liberal Offer..
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Bolts,
Bands,, etc., for the euro ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, froe, for examination
and trial before purchasing. Those Elec
tric Devices are the invention of Dr, D. A.
Joy, of the University of Michigan, and are
claimed to be the only Electrio Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseises that
have yet been constructed upon iscientine
principles. See their advertisement in this
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lievod to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
farmer. I soil a first-class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 80
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter tad shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is juit the size and weight be wants, I will
tell the plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to mako. Send for circular and price
list, 8. Hutchinson, Griggnville, Pike Co.,
Illinois. Sold by John McNulty, Cairo,
Gently Does it.
Eugene Cross, Swan street, Buffalo,
writes: "I have used Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia and indigestion, and have found
it to act admirably as a gentle aperient and
blood purifier. I consider it unequaled;
'you are at liberty to use my name as a
reference.' " Price 50 cents, trial bottles
10 cents. Paul O. Schuh,
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fevet
and ague, and malaria, are cured by "Sel;
lers' Liver Pill."
A COOEINQ 8TU V for !. with two Iron pots
(V two bake pern tud twe griddle,: will be lell
for tun dulUm. Apply t Bulleiio office.
OpfDed July 1. 11.-
roTiii let it, (ieo mo miMiu mira.
tyA n-w and complete Hotel, with eleuter,
beibi od ell modern improvement!.
VENTILATION UNEQUALLED. U
Terml.SO to ai.SO per dey. eccordtng to Iota-
iiuu v. i vrvoik
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IsEifi STATES. t
On and efter Mondejr. Jane 7th. and until further
notice tfitforrjboet will me trlpi m followi:
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1:00 a.m. :). m. .9 a. a.
10:00a.m. 10:30a, m, 11a. n.
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Manufacturer ot and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER A SHEET-IRON WAI
ALL EIMDS OF JOB WORK DON! TO ORDJJ
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
TO YOUNO MEN AND OTHERS.!!
We tend on trial for thirty dayi our Blootro-T
talo Belt, Bandi and BuepeoeorUi, 4 yeon M
nd othere eaflertaa from weekneeeei. neronrt
billty.loit tiuilty. toit mnbod anmo ol
diiouee. We guarantee ipeedy poree and ct
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