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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ! 5, 1881,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OUlMi BttUrtlu Bttllillne, Washington Avenoe
RNTWIEI) AT Till POST OFFIC IN CAIRO,
UNOIS, AS BSCOND-CLAB8 MATT KB.
iVfriviAh PAPER OF CITY" AND OOUNTT
SPEC A L LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion In tbl column, eight cenU per line for
flrM au.l IW coul Pr line cb ubquent inier
I,,m . For oua week. 30 cent per lino. For ono
motiib, iwccuw pur line.
A FLiisrsHEU and carpeted room to rent.
Apply of Miis. Boyle, Eighth street.
All parties holdiug duo bills from C. 0.
Patier Jc Co., will please call and have
same taid to October ad, 1881. Persons,
indebted to that date on our books, are re
quested to make- payment at once, as all ac
counts of the old firm must be closed at
onre Chas. 0. Patibh.
Will continue bis day-school, night-school
und bookkeeping classes aB before. Ger
man, Fieuch and Latin on special terms.
The W. C. T. U. will give a supper at
Temperance Hall, Thursday evening, Oct.
Glli. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock.
Price 25 cents. Chicago ice cream extra.
All akk invito.
A (iesinible building lot, on the north
bide of Twenty-first street, between Poplar
and Sycamore, cheap.
M. J. IIowlkt, Ileal Estate Agt.
St. Louis -Fair and Fx position, October
U to 8th.
TUK ILLINOIS CENT11AL 11AILI10AD
Will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis and
return at one fakk lor tho round trip.
Commence sale of tickets Saturday, Oct.
1st, and continuo until 8th. Good to re
turn until Mouday.Oet. 10th, inclusive.
J am KB Johnson, A. II. Hanson,
Gen'l Agt, Cairo. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Messrs. Jesse Hinkle & Sou, 79 Ohio
Levee, are prepared to furnish at retail all
kinds of fresh meats at the lowest prices
and deliver the same free of chargo to all
parts of the city. Orders for meats by tele
phone No. 119, will have prompt attention.
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 5G Ohio Levee.
THUF.E nUSOHED MEN
To work on a railroad, wages $l.f0 per
day, boar 1 $'5.50 per week. For further
information see C. Manley, Court House
Hotel, Cairo, III.
at Do Iiuun s 5(1 Ohio Leyee.
Jce, Wholesale and Befall.
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
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention.- My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kiinkakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 1)2. F. M. Ward.
in cans lit De Baun's.
For Sale at Greenfield's Landing.
I olVir lor sain my store house, rcsideite.o,
and three acres of land. The store is lUx
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The locution is rirst-clasg for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side ot
the piiiee. For particulars apply to
John Ta.n.nlu, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Aviu
L'eritTlmrns Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, end served up to order in the
best style, conked or raw, at any hourofdav
or night. Also lor sale tvt lowest market
prices, by ran or quart, for family vise.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO I.KASK Foil A TERM OF VKAHS.
I will Ic;is) in v fiirin At Pulaski 1(1 inilea
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
fli 1 A I A
rears, i ne lanu is rien uimoiu ami um
bered upland, good for fruit and early
gardening; two living springs ol water that
i. i i ..c .i.: i
unic ttoonij no eiria ui iiiijiuk tins present
dry season; new two-story dwelling of 7
rooms witijin live minutes walk ot railroad
depot, postoflice and telegraph office;
mineral wat'-r as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little expenso
a -fish pond fed by living water can be
made and btocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to tho acre and corn will yield 30 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the place is un
cqnaled. New farm implements, cows,
horse., etc. will be sold with tho lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowk, Pulaski, Ills.
Lnqumeg may ho made at Tiiic Bulletin
onicttrr J.H.Metealf, Cairo, Ills.
. n . Uiu Oysters
ftt Do Baun s 50 Ohio lvee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notl"J In theM coiuinm, ton r.,,. ,,.
each Inaerlion. Marked r" tia
Hattio S. an elegant small llavntia
cigar, at Schuh'i,
"Yom Kippur" was well observed by
Cairo Jewish citizens ou Monday.
If you want first-class boarding callat
Charles Schocnracycra' corner Poplor,
Tenth and Wiishingtou avenue, Gormania
House and Uestauiaut.
There have been no real estate changes
in Alexander county during tho last three
Mr. II. F. Goodyar is having the front
of his home, on Washington avenue, newly
Georgo 0. Farns and Lou Smith were
married by Esquiro Comings at his office,
Monday night, about ten o'clock. ,
A run away occurred on Poplar street
Monday night about ten o'clock, which
caused much noise and excitement, but no
. One of tho cars onthcBtreet railway,
which made its first trip from Twenty
eighth to Fourteenth street on Monday, re
turned with sixty-six passengers.
A flying Dutchman, under a canvas
tent, is attracting attention every night at
tho corner of Fifth Btreet and Washington
avenue. It is the most perfect institution
of its kind pver brought hero.
Yesterday the Coiro fc Vincennes
Division of tho Wabash, St. Louis and
Pacific railroad began to use tho now sta
tionery, which signifies the permanent ex
tinction of the old organization.
Monday night tho little eleven months
old daughter of Mr. Fhil. Brown, living
near Twenty-fith street, died of cholera
infantum. The remains were taken to
Villa Ridge for interment yesterday afternoon.
During tho day the sidewalks ou Fop
lar street, especially up town, have been
almost continually crowded with children
and older people sinco the street cars began
to run, and the drivers of the cars find it
almost impossible to keep tho boys from
stealing rides. Bol'i ends of the cars have
to be continually guarded by persons with
The October number of "The Poultry
Monthly," published by tho Ferris Pub
lishing Co., Albany, N. Y., is as usual full
of useful hints to all who are interested in
tine poultry, pigeons, fine breeds of dogs,
or other pets. The subscription price is
only ono dollar a year, and it seems to us
as though no farmer or fancier can afford to
do without it at ten times the price.
City Jailer, Has. Martin was out with
a gang of three city prisoners yesterday
doir.g much needed and effectual
work on Sixth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
An attempt had been made to fill this
street and the earth had been dropped in
irregular heaps from ono end to the other,
rendering driving over it not only very un
comfortable, but even dangerous. Mr.
Martin'B gang leveled it off nicely.
The first annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Cairo street railway compa
ny was held in the depot oflico of the com
pany, on Twenty eighth street, last Mon
day. The meeting was attended by a largo
number of the stockholders and was called
chiefly for the purpose of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year. Tho fol
lowing gentlemen were elected to tho board :
Messrs. J. A. Goldsfinc, C. V. Neff, Al.
Lewi, Harris S-hultz and Thomas Lewis.
After the meeting was over, the stock
holders took a trip over tho road from end
to end in one of tho cars, and were well
pleased with tho condition of the road.
About three o'clock on Sunday morn
ing, the tug Moutauk, lying with a barge at
wharf-boat No. 2, was discovered to be
afire. The discovery was made a short time
after the fire began, and when it was too
Into to set the water works on tho tug to
work. Accordingly she was set adrift and
shoved out in the river, whero the II. S.
McComb soon after came up with her and
put out the fire with a heavy stream of
water. The damage was confined chiefly
to the upper portion of the tug, and the
loss amounted to about fifteen hundred dol
lars, with no insurance. The fire bells of
the city rung out a vigorous alarm and sev
eral of tho company's were promptly on
hand, but could do no good.
Some changes with a view to bettering
the facilities ot attending to the wants of
customers have been made in the New
York store. Tho several departments havo
been rearranged, tho principal change in
this respect being the removal of tho dry
goods department to tho extreme northwest
endof the building. The management of the
largo concern is now divided between Mr.
Win. Wolfe, Ernest B. Pettit and C. O.
Putier, the latter having chargo of the en
tire business in general and tho .wholesale
department in particular. In order to fa
cilitate tho making of clmngo by the cash
boys another cashier's desk has been
established in tho dry goods department
Mr. Will Winans icmains cashier, with
Misses Ca vender and Carter as assistants.
Every publisher in Southern Illinois (or
clsewhero for that matter) who does not
become a member of tho Publishers' Com
mercial Union, is miBsing the benefits of a
good thing. The headquarters aro at Janes
ville, Wis., and the business is conducted
by practical newspaper men and attorneys.
The standing of all advertisers, or would bo
advertisers, of agencies, companies, etc., is
regularly supplied to numbers after tho
most approved commercial style, and is
accurate aud reliable- throughout. Wo
have been saved many a dollar on fraud by
these reports. Borno of our exchanges are
to-day inserting "foreign" ads., for which
they will never receive a continental nicklo
of tho promised "truck." Tho ices of mem
bership in the Union are very low, and the
benefits almost incalculable. This is not a
"paid pull," brethren. Wo want you to
havo a bund In a good square thing, ami
send to tho Uuion for a circular.-;Tho
Pickneyville (III.) Democrat.
The walls of the opera-house aro near
ly up to their required height, which is a
number of feet abovo thnt attainod by tbo
neighboring three story houses, and pres
ents cvon in its unfinished state a massive
appearance. To-day the construction of
tbo roof will begin and will probably bo
concluded within this week. A largo num
ber of plasterers havo already bocn written
for to different parts of the country, and it
is expected that they will be here and
everything will bo in roadincas to begin
plastering next week. It is confidently ex
pected by those who aro in a position to
know that the houso will bo entirely finish
ed, inside and outside, by the first of Dec
ember. It is not certain, however, that tho
stores on tho Commercial avenuo front of
tho opera-house, will be begun immediately
after the latter is finished.
It is somewhat difficult to repress a
Hinilo when noticing how, ono by ono those
few capers in the country, which,
either out of thoughtlessness
or lack of sympathy with
the stricken president, failed to show-their
feelings by the commonly accepted method
of black ruling, arc taking tardy opportu
nities to excuse their forgotfulncss or lack of
sympathy. Tho plea that blackruling a
newspaper in respect to the death of prom
inent persons, or perBonc closely connected
with tho paper, is long extinct, looks very
silly in the face of the fact that, bo fur as
known, with very few exceptions, every
paper in this great country that laid any
claim to sympathy for tho suffering
president came out in sable colors after his
death. How a fashion that is universally
practiced can bo extinct it is difficult to
see. But whilo these silly excuses excite
the smiles of thoughtful persons, they also
prove that those who make them arc not as
their former conduct would lead ono to
believe entirely devoid of feeling and
that they are ashamed of their failure to do
what all their respectablo and respectful
contemporaries did mourn because of the
country's irreparable loss.
Judge R. S. Yocuru held a short term
of county court yesterday at which he
transacted some probate business, chief
nmong vhich was tho adjustment of the
estate of the late John B. Phillis. Judge
Yncum has departed from the old practico
of holding court for probate business only
for short periods and at long intervals. Ho
opens court whenever there is any business
to disposo of, which is very often a great ac
commodation to the people of the county.
Formerly, if a person died leaving any ef
fects, or it there was a case of insanity,
there could bo no adjustment of the case
until a certain time, which would often bo
many weeks after the death or insanity of
such persons had occurred. In other
words persons who wanted to die or be
como insane had to wait until a certain
time if they would be promptly attended to
by tho county court. But Judge Yocum
has rcvorsed this state of affairs. While
it cannot bo said that he is anxiously
watching and waiting for persons to die or
become insane, yet ho makes it a point to
bo always ready to give his official atten
tion to such cases as soon as possible after
such services are needed. Therefore, and for
many other good reasons, tho judge is a
very efficient and accommodating public
An Illinois Central official was made
the subject of a very good practical joke on
Monday. He had been indulging with a
number ot friends in a saloon, and when be
went away left his hat behind. When he
got to the gate of bis homo a colored boy
who had been sent after him, handed him
the hat. "Here's your hat I guess," said
the boy. The official raised his hand to bis
head and in a somewhat' bewildered tone
replied: "I a, I guess it is. Whcre'd
you find it?" "Out in the street yonder,"
answered the lying little scoundrel. "Urn,
d d strange. Must havo dropped it in
getting out of my buggy," murmured the
official. But he took the hat from the boy,
put it on and stood for a fow
moments silently eyeing tho youthful
African. The latter stood also, seemingly
in expectation of something? "Purty
good hat ain't it boss?' finally came from bo
twon two rows of brilliant tomb-Btones in
tho negroes' head. The official tumbled,
answered quickly, "Yes," and, thrusting his
hand into his breeches pocket, drew forth
a bright silver half-dollar which he pitched
to the boy, then turned on his heel and
entered the front door of his houso. About
half an hour afterwards tho same sablo
youth was at tho official's gate with two or
three more hats which ho was willing to
sell for from thirty to forty cents a piece;
but ho waited long in vain and finally re
turned to tho saloon with tho hats and dis
tributed them among their owners.
maoisthate comings' court, mondat and
John Donnoll and James Nickson, drunk,
arrested by Marshal Myers, fined ono dol
lars and costs each.
Mary J. Baker, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Mahunny, fined five dollars and
Wm. C. Clay, tho man, who undertook
to enter and rob tho hardwaro utoroof Mr.
A. Halley, and was captured by Marshal
Myers and Officer Olmsted, was inducod by
tho latter to waive an examination and was
held to baiUn the sum of threo hundred
John Gohlson, drunk and disorderly, ar
rested by Officer Tyler, and lined six dol
lars and costs.
G. II. Wiley, drunk, arrcstod by Officers
Mahanny and Kinnear, fined ono dollar and
Wm. Vogadine and Wm. Price, drunk,
arrested by Officers Hogan and Kinnear,
each fined ono dollar and costs. Tho for
John Brasier, drunk and disorderly, ar
rcstod by Officer Wims, fined six dollars
James Hughes and Amanda Hughes,
arrested by Officers Tyler and WrimB for
being disorderly, were each fined five dol
lars and costs.
Dozier Buckncr, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Wims and fined five dollars and
Jacob Eisonbauer was arrested by Offi
cers Olmsted and Mahanny upon a warrant
sworn out by ono Vogt, charging Eisen
bauer with assaulting and robbing Vogt.
Tho trial was an interesting one, resulting
in the acquittal of the defendant, and de
serving of future notice.
THE CORONER'S INQUEST.
TUB TESTIMONY OF WITNESSES IN THE CASE
OP YOUNG) MARY BACOH.
Soon after the discovery of the body ol
poor Mary Baugh, Monday morning, and
whou tho first pain of tho excited house
hold was somewhat abated, Coroner R.
Fitzgerald was notified of tho occurrence,
who, with Messrs. Frank Mctcalf, George
Hendricks, George Olmsted, Wm. Downs,
Guy Morse, and Wm. White as the jury,
arrived on the scene about eleven o'clock,
and after viewing tho remains and being
sworn, retired to another room to examino
witnesses, as to tho cause of death.
MKS. CIIAHLES rFIKFEULINO
was first examined and testified substan
tially as follows:
The name of deceased is Mary Baugh.
She is stventen years of a"o. Has
been sick lately ; but do not think that her
sickness had anything to do with the act.
Her mother sent little Emma for the bank
book last night. Know thit Mary worked
hard for the money that the bank -books
calls for. She is a good seamstress. Her
mother gave her tho money back in order
to induco her to come and live with her.
Mary wanted tho money to educate her
little sister with. .A short timo ago she
told me, 'Aunt Mary, I'vo told you all my
troubles but this (meaning the money mat
ter), and I'll keep her out of it (the money)
if I can.' When I waited on her this morn
ing, she repeated that Bhe would keep her
mother out of the money if she could.
That Bh5 did not want little Emma to stay
with her mother; but wanted to tako her
away and 6end her to school. Her mother
bothored her very much for the money. I
was down stairs, when tho shot was fired ;
heard the report, but thought it was next
door, some ono shooting a dog. The pistol
was always kept in the drawer in tno front
room. Didn't tako notice of timo when I
heard tho shot. About three weeks
ago her mother struck her
in the face in the street. DonYknow what
caused her to shoot herself, but am satisfied
that sbo did it because she was ashamed
of her mother, bho threatened to drown
herself about a ye ar and a half ago. Sho
didn't visit her mother except wheu little
Emma was sick."
MR. CI1AUI.I.S l'FIFFERLINO
being sworn, testified: "Ouo evening about
a year and a half ago deceased came to me
and while crying bitterly, begged me to
protect her. She said: 'Uncle Charges, I
wish you would protect me. Mother mailo
a bad proposition to mo and I told her I
would jump into tha river before I would
do that.' I told her to come; that as long
as I and my family had a home sbo should
have ono with us; that it I had room for
ten I could easily mako room tor one more.
Accordingly she caine to my houso and was
treated always as a member of my family
and had all tho privileges of tho house.
Sho was a good, hard-working girl; sewed
for Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Broderick and others
all the time; kept herself and littlo sister
with what sho earned. Her mother visited
her often during my absence. I would not
let her mother come into my houso while I
was there ; a 'short time ago when on a
visit bore, her mother threatened to cut her
if she did not give up the ironey. Last
night little Emma came for the bauk-lxmk,
but did not get it: this morning sho camo
again on a visit. I was laying In bed,
sound asleep, because I had been up lato at
night; did not hear tho shot fired; my wifo
burst into my room, and cried, "C'omo,
Charley, Mary has sh it hersolf I' Went
out and saw Mary as you saw her. Her
mother was tho only cause of her death ;
Bho was well satisfied with her life hero.
She was a good, kind hard-working girl."
Tho next and by far tho most important
LITTLE EMMA BAUOIt,
sister of tho deceased and a bright littlo
girl of about six years. Unliko tho other
witnesses of her sex, sho told her story
fluently, without a sob; but with evident
excitmcnt, which proved that sho was aware
of tho terrtblo solemnity of tha occasion.
Little Emma said i "Mary is my sister. I
live at ray ma; camo down this morning to
go to school; I was playing alone in tho
room, whore my sister was in bed; sister
was in hod when I came; sho got up a littlo
while aftor and wont into this room (mean
ing the room in which tho jury sat); took
a pistol from that drawer (pointing to &
small drawer iu tho right cud of a bureau),
, To every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Goods wo will present a
Cairo Street Railway Ticket. We do this to encourage the now enterprise
and to bring the ChcapaBt Dry Goods IIouso closer to your houses.
During this week in Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels, Gc.
worth 8c; 8c to 10c, worth 10c to 12c; 12'c to 15c, worth 14c to 18c;
Scarlet Flannels, all wool and guaranteed, from 13c to 80c, worth 18c
to 35c; Elegant Bleached Muslin, Oc, cheap at 8c; and Unbleached for
5c. Now is your timo to obtain your Fall and Winter Flannels and
Muslins at exceedingly low prices.
To Close Out,
We will offer, for this week only, a handsome line of Matlesee Dry Goods,
in all eclors, and seasonable goods, for 8c, worth 15c; 10c, worth 17c.
2,000 pieces of Fall Calicos, choice patterns, for 5c, selling everywhere
for 8c. 1,000 dozen Hosiery, 5c per pair, worth 15c.
Wo offer these inducements for one week only, ending Saturday even
ing, October 11th.
8-ef We intend to make things "warm", this season, if good goods
and low prices will do itl
12 Commercial Ave.
she came back and laid down in her bod
again. She told me to sit down and she
would give me some candy. I sat down,
and then she shot herself.
I camo to the banister in the ball way and
watched her take the pistol out of the
drawer; Mr. Plitfrling was laying in his
bed asleep with his bark toward tho door.
I could see all that Mary did in this room;
I stood right here, (going out into the hall
and standing near the stairway, in sight of
the jury,) and looked into tho room."
MARY II ALE TESTIFIED:
Am twenty-two ycarsot age ; live in Cairo.
Was down stairs when shot was fired, but
heard the report and knew that it was up
stairs. Immediately ran up stairs to Mary's
room and came to the head of the stairs
just in time to see Mary ta'te tho pistol
away from her head and lay it on her lap
and cross her hands over her breast; smoke
from the pistol enveloped her bead. There
was no one in the room with Mary but lit
tle Emma. Deceased told Laura (Mr.
Pfifferliug's daughter) that she
would take morphine. Know the
report was up stairs, but thought a broom
fell down and handle struck the floor."
was next sworn and testified : "Went to
Mary's bed this morning and we talked
pleasantly together for a few minutes; she
told me not to sit over a sewing machine
and work all day as sho had done; don't
remember of Mary tellg me that she
would tako morphine."
This concluded tho testimony and the
jury took the case in hand. But it was
suggested by some of the jury who knew
that Mary was engaged to be married to a
certain young man in this city; that prob
ably her letters, if she had any, would
thro further light upon tho subject, and
that it might be that some hidden trouble,
arising out of this engagement might have
prompted the desperate ac t. Accordingly
Mrs. Pfifferling was recalled, but her ans
wers to questions from coroner and a sub
sequent examination of tho effects of the
deceased, dispelled all doubts and flatly
contradicted tbo question raised. After
Borno further deliberations the loreman,
Officer Georgo Olmsted, offered tho follow
"We, the jury, Rworn to inquire into the
death of Mary Baugh, find that death re
sulted from a pistol shot fired by her own
hand with suicidal intent."
The jury unanimously agreed to this ver
dict and all signed it.
The remains of tho girl, attired in a
gown of pure white, a befitting garment for
ono who had died rather than Btain her
life with sin, were laid gently into a hand
some walnut casket, thereto remain, with
the quiet face, tlei pale beauty of which
was marred only by the horriblo wound,
exposed to the view of many weeping
friends, until yesterday afternoon, when
they were conveyed by special train to Vil
la Ridgo and interred with aolemn cero-
monlcs and within sights of many who
had followed them there.
The propriety nnd wisdom of the method
which this young girl choso to defeat tho
villainous aims of a shameless parent, may
ho questioned, but tho motives which
prompted it, never. Thero is an cxaltod
heroism about tho act, which challenges tho
admiration of every truo man nnd woman,
and thero is a sorrowful phase to the wholo
affair, which should effectually closo tno
mouths of tho hypocritical In every stage of
Mr. J. A.Turlay, of. tho Illinois Central
railroad, and daughter were in tho city on
Mrs. Angello McBido has returned from
her summer visit to St. Louis.
Mr. George 8. Fisher returned on Sun
day from his visit to lio north. Ho had a
very plcaBant trip.
Mr. Green Stewart, late of the Argus of
fice, is now foreman of tho Charleston (Mo.)
Courier office, and Mr. J. J. Penny, form
erly of this office, has taken Mr. Green's
position as foreman of the Argus news
room. Messrs. Thomas O'Callahan and Peter
Ronan, late proprietors of tho Green Tree
house, on Commercial avenue, have leased
tho house toother parties and left the city,
the former having gone to Ireland and tho
latter to Connecticut.
Mr.O.W. Tinkle, an old Cairoite.attera
sojourn of llvo or six years inPaducah where
he was engaged in the tobacco business, has
returned to Cairo, and has established a
forwarding and commission office at 1217
Mr. and Mrs. A. Marx returned on Sat
urday from the cast, whero they had so
journed a while after their return from
Europe. Mr. Marx's immense stock of
new goods will soon follow him.
The aged mother of City Clerk Foley is
still dangerously ilL
F. H. Drake, Esq., Detroit, has recovered
from atcrnble ckin humor, which covered
his head, face and hands, by using Cuti
cura Rt solvent internally and Cuticura and
Cuticura Soap externally. This is good
COOKING BT'JVK for tile, with two Iron potl
two hAlc pun and tww enddW: will b told
fur ten dnlltr. Apply it ilullrtlD office.
THE 1IAI.LIDA Y.
A New nnd Complete Hoti.'l, frontlnj on Levee,
Hecond nd Railroad Btrettf.
Tlio PitMuiigcr Oi pot of tho Chicago, St. Louis
and New Orlenon: IlliuoU Central; Wthuh, Ht.
Lou In and radlk ; Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mohllaand Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Railway
aro all Just acroM tho atreot; wlillo the Steamboat
LaudiriK ! tint one pqnaro dlntant,
Till Hotel I heaU'd hy ntvam, boa atoam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elovator, Electric Call Belli,
AntoniRtlc Flro-Alurmn, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
purled aownrairo and tompluto appolmmunta.
Huporb furnlnhlnpaj perfect n rvlco; and an nn
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W, P. HAI.LIDAT, President.
H. L, UALLIDAV, Tlno-Pwe dont.
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Exchange, Coin and United SUtef Bond!
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