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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1862.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NolicenlBtnideolomn.eiKnlconM per lino for
Smtaod ttv. tent, per line each auhaequent inaer
lion. For ns wwk. SO cents per Una. ior ouo
month, Weenia por line.
We am nthnrtr.el to announce th name of
ADUU'll SWOUOIU aa a candidal. for re-eloe-tliin
Ui the ofllce of Alderman ul tho Fourth ward
lit tht inula city election.
Use Tun Caiiio Bulletin perforated
acratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
ale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
I. fire and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in pricea.
Mr. F. L. Oeeniooj has opened a new
barber Bhow on Sixth street corner Com
Grand Easter Ball.
The Ilalliday Guards will give a grand
hall at Hartman's hall on , Easter Monday.
It will be the event of the season.
COMMITTEE OF A It HAN 0 EM ENT8.
Harry Manny, It. English,
Win. McEwen, Win. Dewitr,
T. McGinnis, Jno. English.
Mr. Geksioon invites his friends to call
at his new shop on Sixth street.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted itub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
An election for one school trustee will
be held at the Arab engine house iu this
city on Saturday, April 8th, 1833.
J. M. Lansuen.
The above will bo paid to any one who
will furnish proof sumcrent to convict per
ons gulity of committing a nuisance in
the Hibernian cngine-noUBc.
A New Barker Shop neat and hand
omely equipped just opened by F. L.
Gernigon in the building, corner Sixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
A Popular Tonic
FOR WEAK LUN08 AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds. Soro Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued Stiles of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testiinouals from every
qunrtcr of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession .of the proprietor, nnd can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
ploasant taste and agreeable ilavor, will
satisfy all those who are nlllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the uso of Tolu, ltock
and Ryb. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theaa columns, ion conls per ltno,
ack Insertion. Marked
New wall paper at Jed Clark's.
For Sale County orders, apply at
this office for information. It
The house f Pettis & Meredith eporta
t hanisome new sign.
Wednesday evening Mr. John Heftly
and Misi Julia S. Wiloford were united iu
marriage by Magistrate Comings.
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
Mr, Patrick Mocklcr is having a large
porch and awning built in front of his cat
ing house on Commercial avenuo.
The local elections held in Ohio re
cently resulted in general democratic vie
tory. , ,
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notico will be furnished
free of charge. on application at The Bui.
1.KTI5 office. tl.
See Jeff Clark's wall paper beforo
The Cairo Temperance Reform Club
will hold a meeting this (Friday) evening
tt their hall for 'the election of officers
The business is Important and a full at
tendance is desired, It
Mr. Jacob Klco is fitting up a large
new ico box at the corner of Eighth street
tnd Ohio Lwcc, preparatory to accom
mbdating the public with congealed water
during tho coming warm weather.
-Thfl Hallidsy guards have postpone
the time for drilling for the elegant medal
prepared by Mr. E. A. Buder and which
will bo presented to the best drilled man
in the company. Tho contest will begin In
about a week.
All latest styles of wall paper at JciT
The steamor Gcn.JJernard, loaded with
government rations for Tiptonvillo, Tenn.,
Memphis and Vicksbarg, arrived hero
Wednesday forenoon. Bho .also had on
board SO!) sucks of seed corn troin, me re
lief commerce of St Louis, to bo dis
tributed at different landings along the
Tho proper thing to do now is to py
a visit to tho beautiful green houso of
Mr. DesUocher at tho now levee, As
fine nn assortment of hundsomo and
thrifty plants as ono would wish to see is
there displayed Htid tho temptation to pur
chase is irresistablo. Tho lako has been
a great' assistant to Mr. DesRocher making
as it does his garden easy of 'access by
A greater variety and moro beautiful
and a greater number of pictures cir
culated in tho city by tho Oliver Doud
Byron company has never been circulated
by any theiitricul company in this city
beforo. They attract tho eye in every
street, almost in every show window, and
compel admiration from all. A walk
through the streets is almost equal to
seeing a panorsmo of striking scenes in
bright colors and from tho real life.
President Arthur Ins vetoed tho
Chinese bill because- it violates our treaty
with tho Chinese government, ana because
the Chinese "havo done much good for this
country." It seems that no attempt will bo
made to pass tho bill over his veto, though
it received in its first passage eight more
that a two-third voto in tho house and
lacked only one in the senate. It iB believed
that the action of the president will result
in giving democrats the house of represen
tatives. The young men who have undertaken
the task of raising enough money by sub
scription to lease First Lake, in Kentucky,
nud rescrvo it exclusively tor Cairo fishing
parties had succeeded yesterday in obtain
ing subscriptions to tho amount of nearly
ninety dollars. It appears therefore that
the undertaking will be a complcto success
and that tho young men of Cairo, and tho
old ones too, will havo much sport in tho
way of grand fishing parties during the
The warden of tho Chester penitentiary
reports to tho governor that there were 401
convicts in that prison on February 28;
received during March 51, and 0 were dis
charged during the samo time, leaving 410
on hand March 81. Tho warden of the
Joliet institution reports 1,420 convicts on
Imnd March 1; received during tho month,
08; discharged during March, 01. Show
ing n total in that prison on April 1 of
1.407. Of tho 98 received during March
Cook county scut 39.
As announced in yesterday's Bulletin
tho Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held a regular meeting at
Reform hall on Eighth street yesterday
afternoon. The members were out in full
force. ami much interest was manifested
in tho proceedings, tho principal features
of which were of more than ordinary im
portance. Mrs, Al. W. Sloo resigned her
position as president of tho Union and
was succeeded iu that office by Mrs. Wood
Rittenhouse, and Miss Jennio Wilson was
elected secretary in place of Miss Annie
Jones who resigned becauso of illness.
East St. Louis Gazette: "Dead horses
arc bought at the National Stock Yards in
this city by persons from St. Louis and
manufactured into oleomargarine or "Gosh
en butter." This nasty stuff is then
shipped down the river and sold as a good
article. Some of it funis its way buck,., to
St. Louis' where it is sold at 30 and 35
cents a pound. Detectives have traced it
from tho time it was on tho stroets in the
bodies of horses and dead cows until it was
put up in firkins bearing the label
"Goshen Butter." Is it necessary to beg
the readers of The Bulletin to buy only
-Mr. W. F. Lnmbdin, who has been the
efficient river editor of the Enterprise since
tho first publication of the paper in this
c.ty, has severed his connection with us and
will this morning leave for Cairo to take
chiiuro of tho river column of The Cairo
Bulletin. Mr. Lnmbdin has attended to
his duties faithfully, ami even in tho silent
hours of tho night visited the various
steamers, and wo can truthfully say that he
has closely watched his business, and wo
wish him success in his adopted homo.
Mr. Lambdin will assume tho duties of
tho river department of The Bulletin
first of next week. River men and our cit
izens generally will find him obliging nnd
courteous, as havo been all tho able gentle
men connected with that part of tho office,
Ho will not confine himsell strictly to the
river, but will attend to other branches of
Somo splendid work was dono yestor
dayonEithtliBtreet by three or four toains
and half a dozen men under tho direction
of Chief Myers in tho capacity of health
officers. First, tho gutters along each sid
were cleared of all filth, which was thrown
in heaps along tho sides of tho street, then
a scraper was put to work and all tho nc
cumulated dirt on tho crown of
tho street wss gathered to
gether, sIbo in heaps, and then sevura
teams hauled the dirt away nnd left it in
tho ruts and cavities worn iu the other
streets. As a result of this proceeding
Eighth street, between tho avenues, is as
good as new. Tho nvicadnm givo but
very little evidenco ot wear, and this was
repaired with n few shovelfuls of broken
rocks. Chief Myers and Alderman Bluko
will extend their operations to all tno
streets in tho city, subjecting them to a
proewssof cleaning and repairing which
will Iree them from tho tntiuy hogs of
every siza and depth, and miiko them
tilings of beauty mid uf joy.
The Illinois senate apportionment com
mittce agreed on tho senatorial .apportion
ment for the state outside of Cook county.
It Is said it makes twenty-six out of tho
forty-ono district outside of tho ten in Cook
county, republican. If the bill is to bo
adopted by the general assembly it Iiiib no
doubt been arranged at Washington and
sent to Springfield to bo enacted Into a
law. It is said that orders havo been is
sued from the federal capital and of the
stalwart section that this extra session
must como to a close at once, not lasting
longer than two weeks from last Saturday.
The new senatorial districts will probably
he reported to a joint caucus to-night. By
the arrangement making Franklin, Wil
liamson, Johnson and Pulaski a district,
surioiis difficulties in the stuwlurt camp in
Southern Illinois have been adjusted, send
ing one more Green B. Raum man to the
senate nnd two additional members of the
house, if the gerrymandering in that part
of the state don't fail. It was originally
intended to group Pulaski, Johnson, Pope,
Hardin and Massic, thus creating, as it
was claimed by tho Rtum men, only one
republican district, who have now, it seems,
been ablo to convince the committee that
nn additional district will be secured to
stalwartism in Egypt.
Later developments provo beyond a
doubt that the man shot at St. Joseph, Mo.,
by Robert Ford on Monday was tho real
Jesso James. The'shootist was ono of the
gang and was in tho confidenco of James.
Tho circumstances of tho killing were as
follows: It was between nino and
ten o'clock in tho morning.
Breakfast was over. Charley Ford and
Jesse James" had been in the stable curry
ing tho horses, preparatory to their night
ride. On returning to tho room where
Robert Ford was, Jesso said: "It's an
awfully hot day." Ho pulled off his coat
and vest and tossed them on tho bed.
Then he unbuckled tho belt in which he
carried two 4o -calibre revolvers, ono a
Smith & Wesson, and tho other a Colt, and
laid them on the bed with his coat nnd
vest. He then picked up a dusting brush
with the intention of ducting somo pic
tures which hung on the wall. To do thin,
ho trot on a chair. His back was now
turned to tho brothers, who silently step
petl between Jesso and his revolvers, and at
a motion from Charley both drew their
guns. Robert was the quickest of the two.
In ono motion ho had tho long weapon to
a level with his eye, with tho muzzle not
less than two nor more than four feet from
tho back of tho outlaw's head. Even in
that motion, quick as thought, theie was
something which did u ot escape the acuto
ears of the hinted m m. Ho made a mo
tion as if to turn his head to ascertain tho
causo of that suspicious sound hut too
late. A nervous pressuro on the trigger, a
quick flish, a sharp report, and tho well
directed ball crashed through the outlaw's
skull. There was not an outcry, just a
swaying of the body, and it fell heavily
back upon tho carpeted floor. The shot
had been fatal nnd all the bullets iu the
chambeis of Charley's revolver still direct
ed at Jesse's head could not moro effectual-
ly have decided tho fate of tho greatest
bandit and freebooter that ever figured in
tho pages of a country's history. The ball
had entered tho huso of tho ekull and
made its way out through tho forehead,
over the left eye. It had been fired out of
a Colt's 43-calebrc, improved pattern, silver
mounted and pearl-handled pistol, pre
sented by the dead man to his slayer only a
few days ago. Tiie authorities wore noti
tied and the remains were taken in charge
by them. The Ford boys surrendered
themselves to the officers of the law, and
tho inquest is in progress
The Opera House company flndn some
trouble at times with owners or controllers
of old fences or old slab-sided shanties,
who ohicet to havinir tho said old fences
and slab-sided shanties decorated with
fancy show bills, advertising ft comin
troupe except for a money consideration.
Tho opera house managers feel some dis
satisfaction at thrs exhibition of selfishness
on the part of tho owners of these old
fences and slab sided shanties; they argue
that they have invested fifty thousand dol
lars iu a grand institution in this city; an
institution from which the city and the peo
ple derive great benefit in many ways;
while seeking to make their investment
profitable, they also seek to furnish the
people with elevating amusement; they fee
that tho opera houso contributes much to
ward tho good nnd prosperity of tho city,
and that therefore it is entitled to the sup
pert of tho citizens generally. In fact they
even go so far as to claim that they shoul
have tho free uso of old fences and slab
sided shanties upon which to post bills, In
forming tho public when a grand enter
tniniiiciit may bo expected. Tho opera
house managers expect too much. All that
they eUiin tor their elegant institution is
incontestable, nnd it is also true that the
opera house is entitled to tho hearty sup-
port of all citiz mis who nro not owners or
coutrolers of old fences and slab-sided shun
ties; hut when the malingers claim that
they should bo allowed to advertise their
troupes by sticking fancy bills on old fenc
ami slab-sided shanties free of charge, they
claim entirely too much. It may bo true
that nut:h advertising does not cost tl.o
owners of old fences nnd blab sided shall
ties Anything, but it is n very important
privilege to tho managers and tho opera
houso company who imve invested their
money solely for sellHi purposes, nnd
therefore, they should bo willing to pay
well lor it, Every owner of n window or
an old feucc or a slab-Bided shanty should,
whenever it becomes known '.hat a theatre
truiipu is to be advertised, place a guard
over such window or old l'unco or slab
sided shanty, carefully count his family,
rush around among his neighbors and
relatives and count their families, nnd then
fix tho vuluo of the privilege of hanging
fancy bills on his window or old twice or
slab-sided shanty at as many tickets as
theru are members in hisown family, in his
neighbors' families and in his relatives'
families. The Bulletin gives this hint
confidentially and hopes that it will be
heeded, because, if it is heeded by all
owners of show windows and old fences
and slab sided shanties iu the city, the
opera house will always bo well patronized
by'paying auidences no "dead heads"; the
opera house management will feel greatly
encouraged and will use every endeavor to
bring good troupes to tho city, wliich will
draw immense crowds from nil the cities
around us, and the troupes themselves
will feel that Cairo is ono of tho best and
most profitable theatre towns on the route.
From the documents placed on recorll
in the circuit clerk's office of this county,
giving the terms of transfer of the nar
row gunge railroad to its present owners it
appears that the railroad and nil its append
ages were sold under a decree of the
Uuited States supreme court for the south
ern distrct of Illinois. It was sold to
satisfy tho first mortgage bonds and twenty
per cunt interest thereon; it was bought
in (?) by Messrs. Josiah A. Ilorsev and
Charles J. Canda for tho sum of four mil
lion dollars; tho improvements made upon
the road by Mr. Sniithers as receiver were
also included iu the sale (?) Messrs.
Horsey and Canda then sold (?) tho whole
concernd to the present owners, the Ams
terdam gentlemen, for the sunt of ?,500,
000; nnd theso gentlemen mortgaged it
back to Messrs W. II. Smithers nn I Josiah
A. Horsey for the sum of fJ,U0l),000. This
is the transaction as it appears trora the
documents on record ; it is the transaction
as seen by nn uninformed public at a ins
tance; it is the transaction as turned out
of tho legal tinker-shop with its naked
ugliness hidden, its rough points smoothed
over; it is tho hull ol tho
egg upon which a brood uf
unscrupulous railroad shirks sat until its
internal rottenness smcllcd to the skies,
but with its shell polished and its odor
neutralized. The four million dollars
for which the road was sold (?) were never
paid over; the twenty per cent inter
est on the first mortgag'? bond-,
to nav which the road was
expressly sold under a decree of tho court
has never been paid; the six million five
hundred thousand dollars for which the
road was bold by Messrs. Horsey nnd
Cauda was never paid over; but tho Amster
dam sharks, together with Messrs. Hor-y
and Canda, took possession of the road and
a I itsbeloningsand ly,an infamously ingen
ioiissjhemeswindl'id the small stock holders
(of which Cairo and Alexander county were
two) out of their share, and formed the pres-
eut poor but honest concernwhich, accord
ing to Col. Hamilton's admission, has made
over half a million dollars out of the "re
orginizition." Perhaps thu only undis
guised truth that theso recorded document
convey is flrst,that tho ro:id increased in val
ue, under Mr. W. If. Sinither's receivership
about two million six hundred thousand
dollars, which enabled Messrs. Horsey and
Cauda, after having bought (?) it U:nier a
lecree of court for four million dollars,-to
sell (?) it to tho present Amsterdam com-
pany, together with "tho ' property etc., ac
quired by Mr. Smithers as receiver," for
six million Ave hundred thousand dollars.
The second undisguised truth is, that the
road has been mortgaged for two million
five hundred thousand dollars to Messrs.
W. II. Smithers and Josiah A. Horsey.
This two million five bun lied thousand
dollars is to be used in extending tho road
from Columbia, Monroe county, a little vil
lage eighteen miles this side of East St.
Louis, (to reach which from Muiphyshoro
it costs ton cents moro than it does to go
through to East St. Louis) to Georgetown!
iu St. Clair county. At least this is under
stood to bo tho purpose of tho present man
agement aud it is probably correctly un
Mrs. A. II. Irvin left yesterday for Anna
to attend her daughter Mary who is ill in
Mrs. Wm. Emery who has been visiting
in Vinconnes for somo timo, returned home
Mr. C.Koch left yesterday morning for
St. Louis on business,!!
Tho many friends of tho happy couple
were agreeably surprised yesterday morn
ing at tho announcement thnt Mr. llazznrd
Mnitin and Miss Kittiu Cain wero married
tho evening beforo. The arrangements for
the event and tho event . itself had taken
plnoo so quietly that but few, if any, knew
of .hem in timo to indulgo in any com
ment. Thu ceremony took placo In tho parson
age of tho Presbyterian church, in thu pres
ence of a fow near relatives of tho biiJe.
Rev. B. Y. Goorgo officiated.
Both young pooplo aro among our most
estimable young citizens. Mr. Martin ban
for a'.vcral years bueu known m an efficient
Will donate ono hundred dollars to nny charitable institution tho mnyor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can bo truthfully stated that we in any instance advertise goods
qualities nnd prices, that we cannot show. It is a fact that at times we mention prices
for certain lines of goods that nro so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to tho
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, bo
ing nstly are, unaware of tho advantages mid facilities wo have for obtaining at cer
tain times large lots of tho most desirable goods at prices greatly under their real value
and here are tho
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:-
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and nre prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD Wo are at all times represented iu eastern maikets by a resident buyer,
wdio is id ways on tint lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that iwt do from timo to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are nulling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. $10.00. None
genuine without ticket. A verv nice Cheviot Suit for $'..', worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at tilS'.'O, worth $19.00. We do not sell foods for ! lhancont.
Wo wnntit distinctly understood that wo make a small prollt on everything we seli, fitr
that principle by which a merchant can sell L'oods for less Ihnn cost, and mill keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You will not be importuned
J. & BRO,
A.1 l3alaco Clothing IIouso,
108 Commercial Avenue.
officer of the law, and ' Miss Cain is the
daughter of our late city jailor Andrew
Cain and a very estimable young lady. Tiiii
Bulletin wishes Mr. aud Mrs. Martin a
long and happy life.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
He I'Sscps denies nny attention
up the Nicaragua!) concession.
There are to be nvre habeas corpus pro
ceedings iu Sergt. Mason's case.
The work' of repairing the levees in Mis
sissippi is to be vigoroUsl) pu.-hed.
A Jewish f unity of nine persons have
been munleR-d by soldiers iu Ku-sia.
Wm. Brazil, a switchman, ws killed by a
train in East St. Louis ut midnight Tuesday.
A decisiou on the motion to qtudi cer
tain of ihe Btar-routo in lict.neiits is ex
Changes in the British cabinet are ex
pected owing to the dis igieein.-uts orer the
Two mysterious individuals have sailied j
forth from Dalius, Tex is to avenge the
death of Jose Jamt.-s.
Suits for damages for loss of freight aro
to be br night against the owners of the
steamar Golden City.
JtUt.VTEFUL AUvNUVi LKDGEMENT.
We desire, through the columns of your
paper, to return unfeigned thanks of ijnti
tude for kind remembrances 'on the oc
casion of our fiftieth anniversary, which
occuried on Hie 4th instant, in conse
quence of the recent death of brother,
and remoteness of children and grand
children, we determined to lot the day pass
in quiet solitude, but the old axiom , th it
weddings like murder will out. We were,
on that day and evening most thoroughly
surprise ! by being made the licipientsot
remembrances from kind friends inihis
city and elsewhere, which are not alutic
valuable for their intrinsic golden vain ;
and exquisite beauty, but have undo nn
indelible imprint upon our hearts that
death alone can efface. . It would be a vain
hope on our part to think of ever recipro
cating in like kind. Were we noiin same
appropriate manner to manifest our gratitude
to worthy friends it might be'deemel an
innovation too great to be forgiven.
Therefore, esteemed fiieuds, with thanks
of gratitude iuexpiessible, we will only add
that our sincere desire and fervent prayer
is that oach of your lives may be spared to
enjoy the rare blessing we halo been per
mitted to celebrate.
.Mr. and Mus. Thomas Lkwis.
Cairo, III., April Gth, 1882.
L. Foote, the Commodore, Elgin,
III., says Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured him
of sciatica with one application, thorough
ly applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and cough, lie thiuks it a very val
uable remedy, and will never bu without it.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "I
have been for over n year subject to serious
disorders if the kidneys, and often, unable
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters, nnd was relieved before
half a bottle was used. I intend to con
tinue, ns I feel confident that (hey will en
tirely cure me." Price if 1 .00.
Fkvkks and Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
. Sknd tor circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Sellcck & Co., St. Louis. (3)
J on lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Prico 35 cents. Paul G
Schuh, Agent. 0
Ot all tho remedies on earth that well
limy claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Ecleetrio
Oil commands especial mention. Fur won
drous power to cure disease, its I'mio there's
none can throttle. Its merits nro not in
the pull', but aro inside tho bottle. Rheu
matism, neuralgia, soro throat, asthma,
bronchitis, iliphtherin. etc., are nil cured by
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
I r is no longer nn idly dream of tend
ing to affirm that Fellows' II) popbosphileB,
wherein are united nature's lorces, will
strengthen man and make ids life not only
iudursble, but sparkling with rude and
joyous health. Fellows Ilypnphoophitf-t sup
plies the ingredients which conititute
healthy blood, and imparts the the ele
ments which give vitality.
Sowing1 and Reaping.
When a young l:dy hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, she sews that she rusy
reap, n i.en seeds oi disease are planted
tnroii,'h nver indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from reaping the Iwneflt by
umul' Spring B.ossom. Price 50 cents,
trial bo'tles 10 cents.
by the community at large his been given
to Burdock Blood Hitters. No instsnce is
known where ih (tissatisfiiction ha been
manifested by Iht-ir use, or where soght
but benefit followed their administration.
Price l 00.
i-on s-.viE uv
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April lO and 11.
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ACROSS 5 CONTINENT
TUESDAY NHiS'l' Joe It. lUnk'a celebrated
jjIuv and Bi-qiu-l to Acruaa the Contlamt,
LAUGHS Iff EACH PLAY
- Tl ketH for iale at Hartman'i.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED PRO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON .THE 17TII DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. 1883,
At 10 o'clock in the fnmonoo at tha frt-laM liotua
ol thu St LwiiiH, Iron Moiinhilo and Huuthi-rn rail
way cninriHiiy In thv city "f Cairo, Mate of Illinois,
t tio rolliminu u-ic-fl.eil arlleu. continued aa lie low
will hit Mild ut public aucl.ou, to pay chnrpet vln: ,
c-oNHinNF.H". uaariurT off.
.1,1), Kred M....1 pkg 0J)whela
Wm Hlnty ... ....,....M ...... 1 cheat tools
L. H. llnci-re 1 tvix anndrlet
I. iiuIh Jlurhort 1 bril.'of aack
It. W. r'rnuken S koga boer
Do. M...H....M. heur ki'ija
Bi'llvillnhrew. I'o S beer kega
II. l-'rnnkcn ,........ .. R br k-K
A. I r ...J hi brl cider
.1 Ilriiilli.id lboxbhRooda
Ma lliiiinu lo HiidrU-i
W. T. J.iluiHon t 1 client tools
Henry Wood J norao power
I.oiiIh Herbert .....o bm kvga
lliirrlaon Wooda 1 bo b b uooda
llmm.m Aeo ...I boa hardware
Tliut thv nunc luivo lionn received bv thu Ml,oule
iron Minimum and Bout burn railway ci.mpany aa
common currlwa, Intlui regular conraa ol liiiinnriu
connluned an above In Cairo, Illinois, aud havo bucn
held tho timo required by Inw.
TDK KT. l.OtHt, I1UIN , JMOFNTAIN AND
SOtTliKKN .ItWlAVAY COMI'ANY, I'Y
11. H. MIUIUllN, AUKNT.
PutudMar:h Diet, ItbJ.