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T11K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY n, 1883.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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TIUN8U18SION tShOUOU TUB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS 11ATES.
OFFICIAL PAPIH OF CITY AND COUNTY
Wo ara authorised to announce that H. A. I).
W1LBAN KS, of Jofftirmin county, li a candidate
forCltroithe Appellate Court in the Fourth
PlYinlon of Illlnol, iuliject to the fleclnlou of a
cauveuMon of the Democratic party
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu tun column, olKUt cunta per lino for
Erntau(IQva conn pur Itne each auhaequant luior
tlon. For one week. 30 couta per Hue. For 0110
n onth, 00 conts per lino.
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8tli and Levee, my
ice house unit office is at present r t ttiu
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, So
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will lie
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
2,000 copies of the latest sheet niusic,
vocal and instrumental, at J. Buuokh'b
dry goods store. . .
three first-class tinners. No other need
apply; $2.50 and $2.75'per day, and steady
employment. Apply at onco to
F. 8. Picttit
P. O. B. 100, Denison, Tex.
Fon Salb A house and lot in Villa
Ridge, convenient to the depot. Apply at
John Cheek, at store of Rittonhouso & Bro.
eight to ten good horses, suitable for Btreet
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Ry. Co. City Depot at 28th at.
tf C. V. Nkkk, Supt.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. RuteB low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Bought and Leased.
I have bought the meat shop, stock and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Eighth street, between
tho avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Koehler to attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will bo constantly kept on
hand ami patronage, both wholesale and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
steam sausage factory of Koehler Brothers
on Seventeenth strotit, anil employed
John Hague as foreman and am
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of sausages of tho best duality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited ami promptly filled.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ico to all parts of tho citv
hnvjt nlun hii ip hov fin tficliih fltrcot lit J.
Walters' and at my ollico on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders "may bo left. A shorn of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and cnretul attention.
' Glto. W. fll'lCNCK.
UsoTubCaiiio Bulletin perforated
Krateh-book, inado of calendered jute
munilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
t alo, in three Bizes, at tho ollico. No. 2 and
. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by tho dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tho trade. .
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's" Retail Ice Box.
Cousumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cund ill's store w here
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at tins stand
just tho same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles ol no
intrinsic value. A bottle of Hozodonr, how
ever, is worth its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and its price is
cash well spent by tho purchaser. Though
it will not make the teeth regular, they
wuo use it are astonished at the rapid im
provement it effects iu tho dental row.
Moreover, they breathe sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips.
LVOIA E. PlKKUAM'g Vegetable Com
pound cures all female complaints by re
moving tho cause.
Tub best that the market allbrds is what
you always get at the Grand Central hotel,
C07 Broadway, New York city, and at the
low price or f tf.OO and f J.00 per day for
board and room. Don't forget this when
you visit Gotham. 300 rooms on European
plan at $1.00 and upwards per day, also a
goon restaurant suae nod.
Allen's Brain Food ositively cures nerv
ousness, ucrvous debility, and all weakness
of goncrativo organs. 1. 5 for f. 5. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Bold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
To Railroad CotitractorH.
Proposals will bo received until Friday
August 18th, at 13 m., for the clearing,
grubbing grading and bridging
of tho Yazoo & Mississippi
Valley R. R. from Jackson, Missis
sippi to Yazoo City distance about 45
milts. Specifications, maps, plans and pro
files of the work can bo seen on and after
July 20lh, at tho ollico of tho company's
Engineer, Capt. II. P. Farrar, at Jackson,
Mississippi. Tho work will bo divided in
sections of about five miles, and contractors
may bid for one or more sections.
This is very desirable work, and worth
tho attention of contractors. Bids should
bo addressed to tin; undersigned, at tho coin -pony's
ofiice at Jackson, Mississippi. The
right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
' J as. C. Clauric,
Jackson, Mississippi July 5th 1882.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcon In tlirnn commtia, ton couti per Una,
ach Insertion. Marked
John Cheek advertises a house and
lot in Villa Ridge for sale.
Vennor is almost a Midas this year.
Everything ho touches turns into cold.
Lee Boicourt's string band will fur
nish music for King's excursion Thursday
The river continues to fall at thispoiut.
The aewers will probably be opened to
night or to morrow morning.
Hon. John H. Oborly took editoiiul
charge of the Blootnington Bulletin Mon
day and the result is magical.
The fireworks and illumination on the
excursion Thursday night promises to bo a
grand alfuir. It
The "Arab" base ball club has changed
its name to tho "Chicago Clothing House"
base ball club, in honor of one of Cairo's
new and large clothing establishments.
Tho horizontal 2 flue boiler and up
right engine, with drive well pump; lank
and connecting pipes, is for sale and now
ready for delivery. Apply at Bullictin
counting room, No. 78 Ohio levee. 3t
J.--T. Thomas will superintend the
fireworks on D. King's excursion Thursday
night, which certainly will be a grand
Mr. I). F. King, the "plensuro King"
as he has been dubbed, was in Mound City
yesterday to see if a party of peoplo there
can bo made up to attend his excursion up
the Ohio river, on the ferry boat Three
States, Thursday night. lie met with
County commissioners met again at
the court house yesterday morning, but
adjourned without transacting any business
of importance, because tho collector's books
were not yet ready for action by tho board.
The board will again convetie this morning
by nine o'clock.
Tho excursion on Thursday will leave
tho ferry landing at 8 p. in. Leave Mound
City 1), mid return at one. Tickets round
trip only 50 cents; Mound City, 25 cents;
children, half fare. It
A red hot war upon rates of freight and
passage has been inaugurated between tho
Cincinnati and Memphis packets and the
Louisville Transportation Linn. The Mil-1
lar and Reuben Ryiius opened tho ball at
Cincinnati, and things were lively while
both boats were in port there.
Tli.) Hoeaaw over tho situation at Alex
andria still continues. TheBiitish admiral
has demanded the surrender of the Egyp
tian forts, with the usual alternative of a
bombardment and the Egyptians nro de
liberating. The first gale that sweeps from
the east "may bring to our ears the dash of
resounding arms" or it may not.
Messrs, J. E. Henderson & Co. are al
ready making preparations to open a new
griH'.ery store on Eighth street, north side,
iu Mr. Louis Herbert's house. "I'lueuix
Grocery Store" would bo nu appropriate
mime tor the new establishment.
The Guiteau family is not down yet.
It is worse than tho ghost of Col. Ranqiio,
deceased. Mrs. Se.ovillu has just written a
letter abusing Dr. Hicks, who stood by her
felon brother when the drop fell, claiming
possession of the dead assassin's effects.
Her "open letters" are no longer worth the
space in which they are printed.
Kansas City has done something to re
deem Missouri's reputation, Gooigc Grant,
one of crowd of lynchers who hanged a
negro last spring, was last Tuesday night
convicted of murder. A few such examples
as this and blood thirsty individuals who
form lynching crowds that they may gratify
their evil instincts with impunity, will loso
some of their daring.
A small pond of rain water on Com
mercial avenue, near Ninth street, has been
a matter of much comment by those resid
ing near there Tho water is rapidly bo
coming stagnant and full ot life in fact,
yesterday several lads spent several hours
very pleasantly and very hopefully trying
with hook and lino and polo to get some of
tho "life" out of it. Imperfect drainago is
evidently the trouble there, which it would
not require much money or labor to remedy.
Work on Mr. Jacob Kline's artesian
well continues just as vigorously as ever,
oven lust Sunday being put iu as a good
work dy. Tho well has not yet reached a
depth of two hundred foot. Yestordoy It
was about ono hundred and ninety feet
deep, and was still sending forth pure, fine,
whito sand. Tho work now necessarily
goes very Blow, especially bocauso of the
recent unfavorable weather, butMr.Ivlino
will not abandon tho work as long as there
is any hope of success.
Now that Iowa must close the front
doors of her saloons, thero will bo a great
boom in the drug business. Barrels of
medicine are already on their way thither
from the Bourbon wilds of old Kaintuck.
The people must have something to coiui
teract tho bite of tho snake, which is said
to bo very prevalent iu times when whisky
is foreign to tho province, as well as when
it lurlia in the bay window of one's consti
tution. Tho sipo water committeo met yester
day for tho purpose of tnking some pre
liminary steps toward investigating tho ac
cumulated water problem. It was decided
as a first step to tako an observation of the
water now In the low places of tho city, to
learn its extent and tortn. The committee
will visit tho Mississippi levee this after
noon at 4 o'clock, from whence better than
from any other point in the city, can be
seen tho several ponds and their pecu
liarities. Trainpo have manifested already some
of the slimmer boldness which comes to
them when assembled in largo numbers. A
gang of over a hundred captured a freight
train near Monmouth, Ills., Saturday night
and endeavored to force the train men on
board to run it to tho Mississippi river.
Evidently some serious step must be taken
to suppress this growing class of rullians.
The shot-gun is a crying ueed iu tho coun
try. Now that there is some excitement
hero over horse racing it will be of interest
to kuow that on tho 8th instant, at Roches
ter, New York, Miss Myrtle Peck, of Mich
igan, aged 14, rodo on the Driving Park
twenty miles in forty-three minutes twenty
four and a halt seconds, beating the best
recorded time by two minutes. She rodo
seven horses, none of them considered fast,
and two or three considered slow. The
time was taken by reliable parties.
On December 5th and Cth the great
play of "Esmeralda" will be presented by
tho Madison Square Theatre company. This
play is now running in New York and has
reached its two hundred and fiftieth repre
sentation at tho Madison Square theatre,
and rivals in public interest the famous
"Hszel Kirke" from the same theatre. The
company to present "Esmeralda" has been
specially selected and is engaged during the
summer in rehearsing this successful drama.
Entirely new scenery for every act is being
made to he used in tho representation.
Although Chief Myers and Ollicers
Martin and Mahanny wero busily engaged
all day in tcrretting out tho real person or
persons who stole tho $150 from Mrs.
Can), they had, up to last evening, been
unable to learn more than was given to the
public in yesterday's Bulletin. The negro
who is under arrest has admitted things
and denied others until suspicion points
very strongly at him; but it seems that tho
evidence is as yet too meagre to convict. It
very likely only a question of a little time
that the real thief will be captured and
Union county's Democratic mass con
vention instructed its eleven delegates to
tho Democratic senatorial convention, to bo
held at Jonesboro to morrow, to vote for
Mr. Sidney Greer, of Jouesboro, as member
of tho lower house of the Illinois general
assembly. Mr. Greer is a young man, a
lawyer, whin awake, sober, industrious
three qualifications of which some other
men who havo been likewise' honored can
not boast. Ho is also intelligent, aud this
quality, coupled with the others named, will
render him mi efficient worker in tho legis
lature and a credit to himself and his con
stituents. Tho Ohio river fell five inches at this
point during tho twenty-four hours ending
at one o'clock yesterday afternoon. From
points above reports wero as follows:
Chattanooga, fall of five inches; Cincinnati,
rise of four inches; Louisville, fall of six
inches; Nashville, fall of one foot one inch;
St. Louis, fall of ono foot. The barometer
stood between 20.70 at Dodge City; U0.05
at Nashville. The thermometer between
GO at Omaha, and 01 at Shrovepott. Rain
was reported from Memphis, Nashville,
Omaha, Shreveport and Vicksburg.
As tho day of tho Republican con
gressional convention approaches, the ex
citement among the sports of tho city, of
whom thero aro many, grows more intense
and betting becomes more lively. It is in
tended to day to get up a pool of tighty
(ivo or a hundred dollars on Thomas, Young
and Smith. Iu the buts generntly Damron
is lelt entirely out, but few entertaining
even the slightest suspicion that he will be
nominated. 'Even those who fought most
vigorously for the judo during tho lato
struggle, havo been gradually weakeniug
and are now boldly asserting that their
object was not tho election of Damron,
but tho defeat of Thomas. "When this
cruel war is over', Judge Damron
will havo ample tinio to ponder
over tho beauty and the costliness of serv
ing as a political cat's paw to further the
ends of a heartless party faction, whoso
motto has been "anything to beat Thomas."
It seems now that tho Republicans of
tho county will not make airy nominations
for county offices. The reasou of this is
thessplitin tho party which, is sufficiently
sorious to insure defeat, no matter whom
they might nominate Any convention
called by either of the two county central
committees would of courso not be recog
nized by tho other and those represented
by it ,and tho candidates nominated by
such convention would not receive
tho voto of tho opposing fac
tion. Some of the gentlemen whoso nnnies
were prominent as prospective nomiuoes of
the Republican party in tho county, com
prehending this condition of affairs and
foreseeing defeat, havo wisely concluded
not to become party candidates tinder any
circuimtanccs. Tho result will probably
be that the independent county ticket at
the November election will havo a clear
Held and an easy victory.
Tho Illinois State Department of
Agricultural has reports from every county
in t ho state up to July 1 on the state of the
wheat crop. The summary now ready for
circulation says: "Tho winter wheat crop
of the state has seldom, if ever, promised a
more abundant yield, and the quality is ex
cellent. The crop has been harvested in
tho southern and most of the central coun
ties of the state, aud new wheat is being
marketed as fast as it can be threshed,
Continued rain has interforred with harvest
ing iu Central Illinois, making it impossible
in many instances to uso reapers, binder,
or headers, on account of the soft condition
ot the soil. As a result farmers havo
resorted to cradles, and more wheat has
been gathered this season by this method
tliun in the entire preceding ten years.
Thete is danger of tho grado ol tho crop
being damaged by sprouting before it c:.n
bo successfully stacked. Tho average con
dition in fio northern division of this state
is 47 per cent better than on July 1, 1881 ;
iu the central division, 03 per cent better;
aud iu tho southern division,' 03 per cent
better. Tho general condition in tho state
is 0 per cent above an average.
Those ynung men iu Cairo who, in an
ticipation of a not far distant matrimonial
alliance, and being deterred therefrom by a
lack of "rocks," entered into an agreement
with one of tho many marriage insurance
concerns in this and other states, by which
tho said concern,as the party of tho first pait,
was to pay the party of the second part a
certain specified Bum of money whenever
ho should enter into a stato of holy wed
lock and furnish conclusive proof thereof,
will regret to learn that, in this stato at
least, the said party of the first part is not
recognized by tho law and must "fold up
its tent, like an Arab," etc. In short, the
days of marriago insurance concerns in Illi
nois appear to be numbered. Auditor Swi
gert has succeeded in closing out all these
concerns organized under the general in
corporation laws except the Illinois Mar
riago Association at Maroa, which was de
posed to make a fight for existence. The
auditor has, however, drawn first blood in
this case, having secured a judgment of
ouster dissolving tho concern from the Mi
con circuit court. The concern will now
probably suspend operations, though the
case may possibly bo carried to higher
Every year when the time for the payment
of dog taxes comes around there are found
some earners ot dogs generally very moan,
mangy worthless dogs who complain that
tho tax is burdensome, unjust and uncon
stitutional. They question tho city's right
to demand tax and the marshal's right to
collect it, and they always threaten resist
ance, but never carry out their threat. That
tho tax is burdensome to many is true, but
thntit is legal, appears from a decision re
coiitly rendered by tho Illinois supreme
court, in tho case of Coleet al. vs. Hil!, in
volving the constitutionality of the act of
the legislature requiring a license to be
paid by tho owners and keepers of dogs, in
which it is held that such burden is not a
tax, but is in tho nature of a license, aud is,
therefore, constitutional. The only ques
tion submitted in tho case was as to the
constitutionality of tho act in question
treating tho burden imposed as a tux. The
act requires that tho license fee assessed
shall be collected by tho collector in like
manner as taxes aro collected. Tho court
we're not called upon, it seems, in tho case
decided, to pass on the question of the
power of the collector iu collecting this li
cense fee. It remans an open question as
to whether the collector has tho same power
to enforce the collection of this license fee
that he possesses iu enforcing tho collection
A matter of more than ordinary im
portance to Cairo in particular, and to tho
southern and western' stales in general, is
tho indifference and ignorance shown by
congress regarding tho necessities of tho
National Roan! of Health in the matter of
maintaining a system of protection against
the introduction and spread of contagious
diseases amounts to a criminal disregard of
public safety, Under tho pressure of Now
York influences tho house so far forgot what
was duo to tho peoplo of the west, among
whom are distributed the shiploads of in
fected immigrants, that the National Board
was stripped of all jurisdiction over small
pox, its authority restricted to yellow fever
and cholera, aud the appropriation for tho
work of the board cut down to tho ridicu
lously inadequate sum of $17,500. On
Saturday Mr. Aldrich, of Illinois, wob buc
cessful in so amending tho bill as to restore
to tho board its power over small-pox, but
nothing was dono or attempted toward in
creasing tho appropriation to maintain tho
system of immigrant inspection. Tho ap
propriation remains at $17,500, and tbeNa
tional Board of Health is compollod not
only to instantly discontinuo operations for
Our Poetical Machine,
BumiEiis' the men, deny who can
To clothe tho mortal race ot man.
Go to BuuoKiis' if you are able,
For Garbs that suit Church, Shop or Stable
Go to Biiiiii Kits' with your boys,
Breeches are far better than toys.
Goto litniiKiis' and see the styles,
Buy, or buy not, you'll have their smiles.
Go to Rtiini tens' if you're in love,
Their coat and pants fit like a glove.
Go to Bituo kus' if you're sad,
Their styles make e'en the inoiirneis glad.
Goto BuitoKiis'if you uro poor,
They'll make prices suit you euro.
Go to BuitoKUs' it you're rich,
Their styles aro all the "tony" pitch.
Go to Buikieus' if you're wise,
You're sure to draw a brilliant prize.
(So to BukokhV if you're hot,
Their summer rigs cool on tho spot.
Goto Buiuiicus' If you're fat,
They'll tone you down from sock to hat.
Go to Buikieus' if you're lean,
They'll pad you so 'twill not bo seen.
Go to IiintoKHs' if Jou're short,
Their rigs are all the natty sort.
Go to BtutoHits' if you're tall,
For coat or pants or overall.
Goto Bt ituKUs' if you're a rough,
They'll shine you up, howiver tough.
Go to BcKOKits'if you can,
For they can suit just any man.
Go to Brim Mis', young and old,
Ono half their worth Ins ne'er been told.
(Jo to I'.euo Kits' Palace Clothing House,
Hiyht opi'o: ile tho new Opera Mouse.
the prevention of the sptead ot' sin ill pox
broadcast through the west, but also to cut
oir all precautions against the introduction
of yellow fever, and thus leave the country
subject to act nil danger from an appalling
epidemic of both these fearful sto.ir.reB.
Under such a state of things it reinnins f.r
the health authorities of Illinois to adopt
adequate measures of protection, even to
the extent of stopping every immigrant
train at the border line and forbidding its
entrance into or passage through the state.
Messts. S. Rosi'iiw-itcr, A. Black, Charles
Munn, A. Marx, Paul O. Schuh, and otheis,
went to Vienna yesterday to attend the
funeral of Mr. Israel, ol the linn of Colin
it Israel, who died then. Monday. Mr.
Israel was a member of the B. B. Lodge of
this city, under whoso auspices his remains
Hon. George W. Smith, of Murphysloro,
was at The Ilalliday.
Mr. Fred Miller is in New Yoik city on
business since Sunday.
Mr. Frank McKuight, of Paducah, aud
Mr. John W. Trover, ot St. Louis, were
guests at The Ilalliday yesterday.
Mr. L. Pinn, who has been in South Bend
for some tsme, is expected to arrive here to
morrow. Judge Marehildon was iu tho city on
Win. Carroll, better known as "Cuito
Bill," who is an old sicamboittinan, will
leave in a few days for the Seidlitz Springs,
Germany, w'lero he will spend a month in
search of health, lie goes by tho way of
New York, having purchased a walking
ticket to that city, thence ho will cross the
Atlantic in one of B oyton's celebrated life
preserving suits. May success attend him
on his voyage.
Of late a very warm discussion has been
carried on in the country over tho attempt
of J. A. Huhholl, chairman of tho Repub
lican congressional central committee at
Washington, to extort money for partisan
political purposes out of the department
employes of the government. Bearing
upon this subject the following circular
from Daniel Webster will be of weight:
Dki'ahtmknt ok Srvri:, March 20, '41.
To tho Hon. Thomas K1ii', Hutru ary of th
Sin The president is of opinion that it
is a great abuse to bring the patronage of
the general government into conflict with
tho freedom of elections, and that this
abuse should be corrected wherever it may
have been permitted to exitst, and to be pro
vented for the future.
Ho therefore directs that information bo
given to all ollicers and agents iu your de
partment of the public service, that parti
san interference in the popular elections,
whether of states ollicers or of officers of
the Federal government, and for whomso
ever and against whomsoever it may bo ex
ercised, or the payment of of any contri
bution or iihsesssmeut on salaries or offi
cial compensation for party or election pur
poses, will bo regarded by him ns cause for
It is not intended that any officer shall be
restrained in tho free and proper expression
and maintenance of his opinions respecting
public men or public mensures, or iu tho
exercise to tho fullest degree of tho con
stitutional tight of suffrage. But persons
employed under tho government and paid
for their services out of tho public troas
ury, are not expected to tako an active or
officious part in attempts to influence tho
minds or votes of others, such conduct be
ing deemed inconsistent with the spirit of
constitution and the duties of public agents
acting under it, and the president is re
solved, so far as depends upon him, that
while the exercise of the elective franchise
by the people, shall bo free from undue
influence of official station and authority,
opinion shall also bo free among tho offi
cers and agents of the government.
Similar letters have been addressed to
other heads of departments.
I havo tho honor to bo, air,
Your obedient servant,
If you havo biunoisaiid pimples, boils
and ciuptions on face, hands or skin, it is
because the system needs toning and purify
ing. Nothing will give you such good
health, smooth and fresh skin and vigorous
fei ling as Simmons Liver Regulator, pure
ly vegetable and not unpleasant to the
taste. Take the Regulator to stimulate the
liver, to cleanse the eyes and skin of yel
lowness, to improve digestion and to mak
the breath pure and sweet.
PtickU'ii's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve iu tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Uic. rs, Salt llLeiitn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or mom y refunded. Price
25 cents pur b".. For silc by Geo. K
"How do you manage," eaiJ a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
timei'' "I always have Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy," was the reply," and thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always fret good natured.
See oil n r column.
Ill Good Spirits.
T Walker, Cleveland, O., writes: "For
the last twelve monttis I have sulfered with
lumbago at"! general debility. I com
mence. taking Burdock Blood Hitters about
six weeks ago, and now have great pleas
ure in stating that I have recovered my ap
petite, my complexion ln.s grown ruddy,
and feel better altogether." Price $1.00.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Gently Does It.
Eugene Cross, Swan Street, Buffalo,
writes: "I have used Spring Blossom for
dyspepsia and iudigestion, and have found
it to act admirably as a g'intio aperieut and
blood purifier. I consider it unequsled;
'you aro at liberty to uso my name as a
reference.'" Price 50 cents, trial bottles
10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Some would bo By runs look on with dis
gust At the rhymes of Eclectric Oil "poet;"
But wo have the best article known to the
And intend that all persons shall know it.
I ( cures coughs, colds, asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis and Complaints of that kind ;
It docs not cost much, though rheumatics
Tis best Oil in tho world you cau find.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
OLMSl'EAI) ifc WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
Tuesday Julv 18, 1883
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
will run a pccialexcuriton train leaving Cairo
at ::w a. m. arrlvlntr Iu Chlcnyo at ::) p. m, fltme
J!?? r,!tllni nly Tho
bUMMICK TUOTTlISU JlfiKHNU oftue
Chicago Driving Park.
Will bo bold July IS to 81 inclusive.
853,000 IN PURSES
TlckoU are good to return on any through
train IpiivIur CIiIciiko up to unit liiulutlliig tho uv
on'titt train of Montluy, July 81, attention tielna
callud to the fact that tiiouvenlnir train from (.'hi
caioatopa ouly at certain potion aouth of Kiting
ton and that no other atop will bu made for par
ilea holdlnv Kxctirslon Ticket
J. F. TIlf'KKIl, Traffic Manager.
J. P. MKRKY, Kicorilon Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. l'isa. Auont.