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THE DAILY B1JLLETIK
Ofllrt: BalleUa Bnllduc, Wwhlnrton Arenac
tNTXRXD AT TBS POST OmC IN CAniO, n.
LIKOIS, AS 8B0OKD-CLAM MATTEK.
omytAX papku of city and county
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUre In thin column. lKlit cents por Hue for
tnt and nvo cent Per line ech eiibsuent Inter
tlon. For ono mouth, 50 oeuti per Hue.
at Da Baun's 50 Ohio Leyec.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now propared to soli ico by tho car
load, or by tho pound Price9 beJ'ontJ
competition. My .wagons will run to all
partsof 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 Ice, from
the Kankakoe Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 93. F. M. Ward.
Fkvkrs and Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho ape for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits Btoppcd free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
FcimsiiED Room. For rent with or
without board. Enquire corner Twenty
first and Walnut.
Howe ' Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to be tho best mado. Borden,
Selleck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
T!bo Tiik Caiuo Bulletin scratch books,
. at tho office. 1200 No. 3 book
1avpb to tha dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
The Anchor Fire Company' ball, which
was to como off at tho company's hall to
night, has been postponed until further
notice. Those holding tickets to the same
can use them when it comes off of which
due notice will be given. By order ot
James Cakkoll, President.
For Sale Cheap.
One show window, with iusldc sash.
SWOBODA & SCHGLTZ.
in cans at De Baun's.
For Sale at Greenfield's Lauding.
I offer for salo 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 Dlace. For particulars apply to
John Tannkr, Green field "s Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Iknk,
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also lor snlo at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fiue Farm
TO LEASE FOB A TE11M OF YEAKS.
I will lease my farm at Puluski 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-Btory 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. The
wheat crop this season yicldod 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy lartn, the placo is un
equaled. JNew larin implement:,, cows,
horses, etc. will be sold with the lease
desired. Parties are invited to visit the
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowk, Pulaski, Ills
Enquiries may be made at Tun Bulletin
office or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
NoUcm In thane commas, ten ctnts par tins,
. iki insertion. uarHQti
Tlattio S. an elegant small
cigar, at Schuh'B.
Wanted A first class carpenter.
Wages $3.23 per dny. D.F.King.
A dollar fund for the benefit of Mrs.
Garfield bat been started by some worthy
citizens of bt. Louis.
For the latest styles of stiff and soft
haU go to A. Marx, The Clothier, 61 Ohio
-Oen. Garfield dlt on tho anniversary
ot the second day's battio 0f Chickamauga
in which he won great honor fot his scr'
vices to Gen. Thomas.
Mr. A. Marx is now in New York buy.
tog a large stock of Clothing and Furnish.
ing uoous, auto urougni a largo lot of
Novelties from Europe, which will arrive
orn In Cairo. Pooplo would do woll by
waiting for tho large arrival of
A. Marx, the Clothier,
01 Ohio Levee.
Engine No. 84, of the Illinois Centra1
yards. Is being repaired by two machinists
which Master Mechanic Alcocke has pro
cured irom Chicago.
The earnings of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway tor the
second week In September, 1881, wero as
follows: 1181,580.71; same week last
year, $170,235.83. Increase, $3,300.88.
Tho Cairo land league will meet in the
basement tf St. Patrick 'e Catholic church
this evening for the purpose of disposing of
some money that haB accumulated
in the treasury of the League. It is tho in
tention, no doubt, to send it to where it is
most needed Ireland.
Just received all late styles of Spring
Bottom cassiraere pants at A. Marx's, Tho
Clothier, 01 Ohio Levee.
We do not ppoak from expeii. : wv,
bear in mind, but we imagine, that an edi
tor, who has been badly worsted in an ar
gument which he began, must feel somo-
what like the little barefooted boy.who vig
orously kicked, within sight of ft crowd of
his mischievious friends, an old slouch hat
with a brick under it.
Yesterday's property record for Alex
ander county was as follows : J acob Biggie,
administrator of William M. Atherton, de
ceased, to John Hodges; administrator's
deed, dated September 1st, 1881, for lot
numbered seven, in block numbered fif-
toen, in Hodges Park, Alexander county.
' Eminent physicians performed an au
topsy on the body of the prcsidont Tuesday
and, as the result, camo to tne conclusion
that death was inevitable from tho moment
ot the shooting, and that tho patient was
kept alive by artifical means long after the
wonnd ouffht in tho natural order of
events, to have proved fatal.
A large fire is said to have raged in
Mound City yesterday forenoon, which
destroyed the stave factory of Mr. A.J.
Dougherty and a mill. Several of the Cairo
fire engines were sont up and did good ser
vice. No further particulars could be
For Ladies' and Gents' fine shoes go to
The results of the proceedings of the
Republican primaries in Utica, New York,
confim the position maintained by the The
Bulletin all along, thatConkling was far
frompiis political grave. Well may the great
ex-senator exclaim: "How about those
Utica primaries? Did not the dead arise,
and walk, and vote?"
The crossing over Washington avenue
at Fourteenth street was yesterday lowered
to a level with the street on cither side of
it, which had been worn away by the
constant crossing of heavily laden vehicles,
which resulted hero as at many other street
crossings in tho city, in the formation of
deep ruts on both sides.
The meeting at the Baptist church last
night W8s tho most interesting yet enjoyed.
Rev. Mr. ICone preached one of his most
loqueut sermons and in response to his
appeals at the close ten came forward for
prayers and many more bowed at their
seats. Tlicro were six conversions, and
three additious to the church. Services at
3 and 7 :30 o'clock this evening.
Mr. D. F. King has reduced the price
f bis excursion tickets for the St. Louis fair
to threo dollars.
The democrats will perhaps insist on
organizing the seuato for the purpose of
getting a democratic president pro tern, of
that body. The death of Gen. Burnside
and the inability of two New York sena
tors to vote on questions of organization
will give the democrats a majority, which
they have a right to use to their political
On Saturday next is Rosh Hassanna,
the Jewish New Years day , which will bo
kept holy by nearly all our Jewish citizens.
The merchants among them closinc their
business houses during the day. Friday
next week, is another religious holiday
called Yom Kippur, which is a day of
atonement and will also be appropriately
Fifty rooms have been engaged by Mr.
D. F. King at the Everett houso in St.
Louis for his select excursion party to the
St. Louis fair.
From Signal Sergeant W. H. Ray's re
port yesterday it appeared that a heavy fal
of temperature had taken placo at somo
points of tho northwest. At Yankton, for
for instance, the thcrmomoter stood at 60;
at St. Paul, 63 ; at Bismarck, 70. At Cairo,
it markod 80 at 2:11 p.m. The Ohio river
stood at eight feet eight inches on the gov
ernment guage. It was stationary.
Tho Long Branch correspondent of tho
Brooklyn Eagle says :it has been ascertained
from the sheriff ot Monmouth county that
f the president dies here Guiteau will have
to be brought here at once before a coro
ner's jury. Tho coroner can view tho body
and let it go, but Guiteau muBt be produced
at onco. New Jersey law Is vory strict on
that point. Jersey men evidently want
Tho maximum temperature for six-
teen hours precoding threo o'clock r m.
yesterday, (Washington time) wore as fo
lows: Chattanooga, Ten n., 83; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 85; Davenport, Iowa, 85 ; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 00; Keokuk, Iowa, 92; LaCrosso,
73; Leavenworth, Kas., 89; Louis
villo, Ky., , Memphis, Tcnn., - Nash
villo,Tnn., ; Omaha, Nob., 83; Pitts
burg, Pa., 80; SUreveixirt. La.. i Rr.
Louis, Mo., 90; St. raui. Minn.. 07iVicks.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1881.
burg, Miss., ; North Platte, Neb., 77;
Yankton, Dak., 09; Bismarck, Dak., 70;
Dodgo City, Kan., 87.
A special meeting of the city couucil
was held at the chamber last night. There
were present his honor, the mayor
and Aldermen Blake, .Halliday,
Hinkle, Hughes, Sanp and Wood. The
principal object of the meeting was to pass
resolutions of respect at the death of Prosi
dent James A. Garfield. This was done
upon motion of Alderman John Wood after
the mayor had delivered a short and ap
propriate address. After this the report of a
committee on the mattcrof allowing the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad company the prayed
for right of way washoard and received. The
proceedings will appear in full In to-mor
row's issue of TnE Bulletin.
A firo in ono of tho bed rooms of the
V " ' aburg house caused tho alarm to be
given from all the engino houses yesterday
evening about five o'clock. A little
6on of Mrs. McCarthy had been
playing with matches and had thrown
burning one upon a bed in tho room, where
the man Lindley had committed suicide
and then left the room. Tho fire was dis
covered soon after and the burning bedding
was thrown out. The mattress and the
carpet on the floor were partially burned
Tho fire department was promptly on hand,
but there was no noed of its services.
The ladies of tho Reform Club have
displayed much taste in draping the hall of
the club, on Tenth street, in mourning, in
respect to the memory of the martyred
nresident. Aloni? the cornice over the
doors on the outside, a long piece of plain
black drapery has been arranged in scallop
form. Inside, the hall has a pall like ap
pearance that impresses one deeply with
the awfuloess of the event
which it commemorates. All
the pillars are encircled from top to bottom
with the insignia of death; from tho chan
diliers hang in graceful folds large loops of
mingled black and white, every wall and
every frame is draped in a manner which
proves the bands that did it to have been
guided by taste and by an interctt that
could only have been aroused by feelings of
the deepest regard and the sincerest grief
for the dead president. Two
pictures of President Garfiold, one
to the left, near the door, the other to the
right, over the platform, both wraped in
garlands of black, give a strangely painful
intelligence to the whole mournful scene.
None who enter the hall in its present state
can fail to be deeply impressed with its ap
The following changes have been made
in United States beacon lights between
Memphis and Vicksburg : Norfolk, moved
down 400 yards; Bennett's, moved up 500
yards; Campbell's, moved up 400 yards;
Mhoon's moved up 300 yards; O. K., moved
down 500 yards; Herbert's, moved up ono
mile; Shoo Fly, moved up one mile; Gen.
Pillow's, moved down 300 yards; Horse
shoe, moved up mile; Concordia, moved
up 400 yards; Moss Like, moved up
mile; Leland, moved up 400 yards; Van
clause, moved up 300 yards; Cottonwood,
moved down 500 yards. New lights:
Wreck Beauregard, red light on wreck ;
Prentiss bend, opposite Vanclause Chotard.
Discontinued: Napoleon, Bernard and
Raleigh. The following changes have been
United States beacon lights between Cairo
and St. Louis: Ryan'9, moved down 500
yards; Jim Smith's, moved down 150 yards.
New lights: Bennett's, Illinois; Perry's
tow-head, Caesar. Discontinued: ForrcBt
Home, barrel buoy has been placed on
wreck of sunk barge, opposite Abel's tow
head. Monday forenoon the president said
that ho wished to see his daughter Mollie.
Col. Rockwell went immediately to find
her. She came soon. On entering she
kissed her father and told him that she was
glad to seo him looking bo much better,
whereat her father asked : "You think I
do look better, Mollie?" She answered:
"I do, papa." She then took a chair and sat
at the foot of the bed a moment or two.
Dr. Boynton soon noticed that she was
swaying in the chair, and, before he could
render any assistance, she fell over in a
faint. Her face struck against the bed
post. She was unconscious and bleeding
from tho contusion when she was taken
from the room into the fresh air. The presi
dent did not seem to notice what had oc
curred, but when Dr. Boynton, returned to
tho sick-room ho was surprised to hear the
president remark: "Poor little Mollie, Bhe
fell over like a log. What was the matter?"
Dr. Boynton assured him that the fainting
fit was caused by the closonoss of the
room, as woll as tho delicate condition of
the girl. The patient seemed to be satis
fied, and then sank into a sleep, or rather
stupor, which lasted till the noon examina
tion. Hon. Lyman Trumbull, being asked
whethor tho fact of Arthur's taking tho
oath of office as president disqualified him
from the presidency in the senato, and if
he has' in a legal point of view ceased to be
vice president, roplled, "Gen, Arthur is not
president, but only a vice president acting
as president, and he is therefore qualified
to preside at the meetings of the senate, but
he will, as is customary, convene that body,
who, at the first of January, will electa
presiding officer, who shall, be acting vice
president The constitution is clear on
that point. Article 1, section 8, says the
senate shall choose another officer, and also a
president pro tem. in the absence of the
vice president, or when he shall exercise the
office of president of tho United States.
By that you can see that the fact of the
vice prcsidont having taken the oath office
as presidont does not make him president,
but morely a vice president acting as presl
dent. He is still vice president, and excr
cises tho dutios of tho president according
to the constitution."
Warden Crocker visited Guiteau in his
coll Tuesday morning and gives the follow'
ing account of tho interview: "When I en
tcrnd the cell, after the . usual morning
greeting, Guitcau's question to me was,
'How is tho president' I replied I did not
know. I answered him thus in order to
find out if he had gained knowledge of his
death. Guiteau replied, 'You ought to
know; have you not read the morning pa
pers?' I said I had, but could not rely on
the various statements in the papers. He
then said he had felt very anxious about
the Dresident the past few days, and he
feared that he was nearing his end. I then
informed him, watching his expression
carefully, that the president was dead. He
instantly sank down on his bod and appear
ed very much agitated. After remaining in
this position for a few moments he arose
and paced the floor, muttering something
to himself, a9 if praying. Ho then in
quired at what time he had died, and after
being informed, said that be was glad tho
president had at last been relieved from his
sufferings, as ho would not have committed
the deed if ho had known that he was to
suffer as he did. Guiteau did not appear
so nervous and alarmed as I supposed he
would when tho news was broken to him,
and I do not think he knew the president
was dead until I so informed him, at least
he said he did not."
A man named Edward Lindley was
found dead yesterday mornig in his bed in
a room in tho Vicksburg houas. He was
an old man, between fifty and fifty-five
years of age and he was from Chicago,
where ho has a wife and four or
five children living. He came here
several months ago and was in tho employ
of Mr. John T. Rennie as blacksmith. Up
to Saturday he was in the employe of Mr.
J. B. Reed. Ho quit work and told his
friends that ho intended leaving town. He
went to his room as usual Tuesday night
and wont to bed. During the night several
of his room mates heard him moan and,
thinking that ho was dreaming, they turn
ed him over in bed and
then loft him. In the morning
he was found as stated with two throe
ounce bottles, partially filled one with
laudanum and sweet spirits of nitre by
the Bide ot his bed. Coroner
Richard Fitzgerald was notified, who
viewed tho remains and summoned a jury
consisting of Messrs. John Clancy, foreman ;
Jack Towers, Charles Gayer, Thos.' Loyd,
D. J. Foley and . From the
witnesses that wero examined it was learn
ed that he had, upon sjveml occasions,
threatened to commit kuicide because of
family troubles. It seems that he or his
wife had sued for a divorce an 1 he expected
every dav to hear of the decision of tho
court. The verdict of the jury was in ac
cordance with tho foregoing circumstances.
In his very able defense ot himself,
published in the evening paper ot Monday,
State's Attorney Damron uses this langu
age: "He (meaning "the meddlesome
editor of TnE Bulletin") says that I have
been conducting of late a number of malici
ous prosecutions against Mrs. Mary Walker,
for keeping open a tippling house on Sun
day. 1 his is not true. Mrs. Walker was
but a nominal defendant in those cases,
mado so because it was reputed that she
owned tho Baloon. She was neither ar
rested, gave no bond, or appeared at the
trial." The Bulletin deeming the point
mado by Mr. Damron too trifling to con
tend for admitted It without investigation
But just to satisfy its curiosity it yesterday
went to tho trouble to investigate and
found that, even in this trivial point, the
only one in his whole article which The
Bulletin admitted had been well taken,
he, innocently, perhaps, grossly misrepre
sented tho facts. Tho facts are that Mrs.
Walker was the real defendant in the cases ;
that tho warrants were mado out against
her because the business is being run in her
name; that biik was arrested by Officer Guy
Morse; that en a appeared both in tho court
of Justice Robinson and afterward, upon
a change of venue, before Magistrate Com
ings to answer to the charges of selling
liquor contrary to law, and that the cases in
both thoso courts are docketed auainst.
Mbs., not Mr Walker. It was only after
the cases bad been dismissed by Magistrate
Comings on the ground of maliciousness,
and Mr. Damron took them to Esquire Os
born, that Mr. Walker ceased to bo the solo
defendant. It was then that Mr. and Mrs,
Walker were made joint defendants, but
Mbs. Walker remained the beal defendant,
though Mr. Walkr r was, upon motion of
Messrs. Mulkoy and Leek, permitted, by
the court, to represent Mrs. Walk
er .., in tho trial, and he was
therefore tho nominal defendant.
As before stated, it was a matter of no im
portance whatovor against whom tho mali
cious prosecution was conducted. Mr,
Damron must have known, when ho took up
a dollar's worth ot space in the columns of
tho Argus,', Just to toll tho people tho un
truth, that not Mrs. but Mr. Walker, was
the real defendant in tho case, he must liavo
known then that this would not change tho
disgraceful character of tho prosocution.
But it seems that, in spite of his declaration
to the coiitrary and his determination to
AS USUAL, vfv
We take the very first opportunity to inform our citizons that our stock for tho VaV'
and Winter seasons has arrived and will bo read for their inspection on
Monday, September 26th.
Our stock in all its varied departments will bo found complete, both in material
and prices. Our Mr. J. Burger has been a roaidont of New York for the past flvo monthi
giving us advantages for '.he selection of goods and obtaining them at the very lowes
figurcs,which no other bouse in Southern Illinois enjoys. ,
OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS !
Is the most recherche ever displayed in the city, comprising
in part, Roman Plaids and Striped Shutters in all colors and qualities,
Cashmeres, all wool and all shades, from Z2 cents per yard double
width; all wool Momio and Henrietta Cloths; Camel's Hair; Debeges Cro'dibean Plaid, '
half wool and half silk and tho very latest in stripes; Lavatta, Deborcao, Derinski, Saw ''.'"
ossela, and about 25 various other styles.
The largest and most varid Cairo has ever seen.
OUR LINK OF TRIMMINGS ,
The most elegant ever exhibited in the city. They were selected with the utmost!'
care, and ro guarantee entire satisfaction in "matching" and stylish shades. In our!
trimmings can be found Black and Colored Silks, 40cts. to $3 00 per yard ; Plain and !
Brocade Satin; tho "newest out" Ha'row and Harrow Silk in great variety; Dress Oin '
ghams in endless assortment. j
We call attention to our immense stock of Ladies' Misses' an 1 Children's Hosiery in
all wool, cotton and merino. Especial examination is asked lor our stock of Sllki
Hosiery, which is simply superb.
In Laces wo have simply an immense assortment, which includes the Seville, Mara
no, Vermacillo, Spanish, Sarah Bernhardt Point, and fifteen other styles.
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINGS,
As usual largest stock that is kept in tho city.
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
In larger variety than ever, and prices to suit.
t3FWe desire the attendanco of everyone who appreciates tho beautiful to ottl"
stoca at our opening, Monday, Sept. 20th. As our goods arrive you shall hear from us
through the columns of this journal.
124: Commercial Ave.
"hew to the line, etc.", he is yet a respec
tor of persons and considers
a malicious prosecution less malicious
because it is waged against a man. There
is a tinge of gallantry about this idea of
Mr. Damron which every true man will re
spect, but which, Mr. Damron must know,
the law entirely ignores.
CAIRO POLICE COURTS.
tkmerday's prockedinos before mag
Officer Mahanny arrested John Og
burn for drunkenness and had bim fined
one dollar and costs.
Thomas Burke was arrested by Marshal
Myers for being drunk and was fined one
dollar and costs.
R. Duddline. the Carbondale mnn, who
was found displaying a roll
of greenbacks on Tuesday and
given some good advice
by Officers Olmsted and Mahanny which he
failed to take, was picked up yesterday by
Officers Kinnear and Hogan, making a
reckless display of a pistol which he had
bought with Borne of the money. He was
taken under arrest and fined twenty-five
dollars and costs, about thirty-three dollurs
in all, which he paid. Thus a portion of Irs
pile which seemed to Imj so cumbersome to
him was transferred to the city's fund.
Wm. Stone was arrested by Officer Wiins
for drunkenness and fitted one dollar and
costs which he paid.
Maggie Avery was disorderly, was arrest
ed by Officer Olmsted and, upon demand
from the court, paid over five dollars and
Mr. Thomas Clarke, who has been roam'
ing through Texas and the Indian Terri
fory for some months, has returned to the
The little child of Mr. John Rector is
reported very sick.
Miss Mamie Taylor has returned from
a visit to St. Louis.
Miss Emma James returned yesterday
morning from Wisconsin.
Mr. A. J. Aldcn is back home from his
visit to the north.
Prof. Bigley, Biiperindent of the Cairo
public schools, has arrived in the city.
It comes from all lands and all classes
of people. To consider the amout of solid
testimony in favor ot the Ruler of Rheu
matic remedies, St. Jacobs Oil, is almost
Gray Hairs are Honorable but thoir
prematura appearance is annoying. Park
er's Hair Balsam is popular for cleanliness
and promptly restoring tho youthful color.
The Law of Kindness
Is universal; it affects all the human fam
ily, all animals, and may be found in pat
ent medicines. Somo are drastic, and tho
patient is obliged to suffer pains worse than
tho disease; but In casus of obstinate con
stipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy so
kind, so gentle in its effects, and yet so sat
isfactory, as Burdock Blood Hitters. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul O. Schuh,
i A Liberal Offer.
Wagnor & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of Norvous Dobili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices aro the invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of tho University of Michliran. and are
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Soo their advertisement in this
An Entire Success.
It has beou proved by tho most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil is an
entire success in curing the most invotorate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of e vory description. Paul G.
sr w mi
Has had a good timo during vacation. Ho
will need a good pair of bwts or shoos in a
few days and start to scLool, which will
cofet him from $1.50 to $2.50 and also
a tuit of decent clothes which he can buy
AT O. IIAYTHOIWS.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, are cured by "8el
lersj Liver Pill."
A COOKING 8TVE for tal
with two iron pot
ix two btke pin tiid twa
fur lea dollar.
endd : will ha
Apply t Bulletin oltlt.
-Opctitd Julr 1. 18K1.
rrtONTRON l.tTgf. (UCOKD AND IUIIHOAD TR1ETI.
fcA new nd eompleto Hotel, with elevUr,
bald and all modern Improvement.
Term fj.ao to $1,50 per day, according to loca-
I.. P. PARKKH Ai CO., Le(f.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE dPVl STATES.
On andaftar Mouday, JuusTth. and nntlliarthw
notice tbo ferryboat will make trip m follow;
SSS -1, j '" Tl JtwJl-
Liifit uuria uuva
FoatFonrth at. MUaourl Land'R. Kentucky M j i
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. la. m. J
10:00a. m. 10:8Oa.m. U a.m. ,
8:00 p.m. 2:80 p.m. 8 p.m. i
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. SjoOp.n.
8 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Ip.m
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