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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, IS3.
On account of the unfavorable weather
which prevailed almost throughout this
whole season, we will offer oar entire
stock of fresh ami seasonable Summer
Goods, comprising Dress Goods, Lawn end
less variety of white -goods, Lmbroderies
and Laces at such low rates, so ai to make
it a item of importance to every purchaser
to take advantage of these extraordinary
inducements, to take effect Monday, June
4ih, and lasting this entire month. One
of the chief attractions this week will
be our special sale of Fans and Parasols,
the prices of which are reduced so low to
astonish the public. A cordial invitation
to this special sale is extended to all.
J. & L. BURGER.
124 Commercial Ave.
The Daily. Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motict in taw coinmni. m ewiu par linm
aach Intartlon and whether marked or net, if calcu
lated to Toward any man' baaineat lnwrett are
el way paid for.
Grand lunch to-night at the Good Luck
G1. 9. S.Taylor is on hii way east,
principally for recreation.
Ton worthk-83 canines were sent to
kingdom-come by Chief Myers yesterday.
Police headquarters, next to Magistrate
Comingb' office on Eigth street, is beioR
given much needed renovation.
Chief Myers has started the dog catch
ers out and will make those owning canines
upon which the tax has not been paid
come to time.
Grand lunch to-night at the Good Luck
The St. Louis and Cairo Narrow-gauge
is proud, to it may well be, of a showing of
36 per cent, larger earnings last month
than in May, li2.
At the sale of t3bcco at Messrs. Ash
brook & Ribias-a's warehousa yesterday
aftertnv)n, ten hgHheaii were ld at pric.-i
ranging from f J.51) to $7.W per cwt. Tut
e,tfiJ&c iu lur aaa uu utc.j at
An lfw LAr"t Ge&oloe Aromatic Bel
fat G:agr Ale, a pi! piea.it taJ
wWefrime Umf-trt btraxt, it eow
sale on at tit Itaiicg ;. tf
Tlif j'-ry in U taw 'It Ptp'e f c
of Cbtxlrs Beur r. Jtc b L'rhoing a& 1 Al
Sose-oka, we ditcher g1 by Jadg Baker
yettrday a'out own, withct taric
found a verdict. No otlitr cui were taken
up by the court jester Jy.
II n. John, II. Oberly, chairman, has
issued a cU for the democratic ttate cen
tral committee to nv.-t in Springfield on
Thursday evening, June Hit), at the In
land hotel. A full attendance is earnestly
dedred, as important basinets will be
brought before the committee for it action.
The pcaitentiariea are becoming lib
erally peopled by perms who have tried
to violate the pension laws. The latest, a
wealthy and well-kuown citizen of Milwau
kee, who obtained a pensiou by fraud, will
have three years iu the Chester penitentiary
to reflect upon the consequences of his dis
The total shipment of B'rawberries
from Villa Ridge this season, has reached
25,000 cases. The net proceeds of w hich,
counting light shipment of vegetables,
amounts to $75,000. Tomatoes, raspberries
and pt-aches are yet to come in, which will
swell the net proceeds to over 1 100,000, as
these crops are Baid to be usually large.
The new brick manufacturing establish
ment of Me-srs. McClure it Co., near Mis
sissippi levee, has nut been running for
ituo time; but this is not because the new
method observed in it h.s proven a failure.
On the contrary, the work so far done
proved entirely satisfactory to the proprie
tors and they will start the factory up with
renewed energy and increased capacity as
oon as the season arrives.
On the heels of announcements from
various parts of the country that women
have carried off the honors in competition
with male students, the decision hy Colum
bia's trustees-that coeducation iu tint
college is Impracticable at present seems
all tho more unjust. Tho partial advan
tages offered women by this institution
should bo ignored by them. Tho Hev,
Kip Van Winkle Dix is at the head of the
directory, and he will see to it that wuuieo
are properly kept under iu Columbia,
A young white man giving Ins namo
as G. II. Brock luton in Magistrate Coming's
court, was arrested by O Ulcers Martin and
Mahanny yesterday upon supicion of being
a rascal on general principle. He Indue
ed anothor young white man to occupy a
room with him, aud then robbed him of
what money he had and ho had at various
times and places attempted to play a confi
dence game by tricks of thu boldest kind.
H tried to victimize Mr. K. A. Duder, by
professing to be a detective in the employ
of Messrs. II a!! id ty Bros., and to be in
search of some jewelry. But Mr. Buder
was too sharp for him and didn't play vic
tim worth a cent. He refused to plead
guilty to vagrancy and he was too drunk
anyhow for trial; bis case was therefore
continued until to-day.
The extraordinary demand tor informa
tion relative to the Summer Resorts of the
Northwestern States, iuclu ling Wis consin,
Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota territory, has
induced the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway to issue a large edition of its
illustrated book, entitled ''A Reconnais
sance of the Golden Northwest," a copy tf
which will be sent to any address upon
forwarding six cents in postage stamps to
A. V. II. Carpenter, General Passenger
Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Copies of this
took, together with a list ot Summer hotels
and boarding places, can be obtained at
the ticket ofSce of J. II. Jones, in this city,
where Excursion tickets can also be ob
tained at reasonable rates.
Providence moves in mystnoui ways
iu wonders to perform, so do the presi
dents of some nilroal eompaxic. There
is somethin? niu'.ing about the att:taie oi
President Wbiteuouse wy.b reference to the
St. Luis & Cairo railroad r. the city of
Ce.ro embn-.io. It tm that be eb&t
uiaitio the way of a speedy, ttCsftctorj
it!lenit.t of tvll dlSerr&cw jiiV3ei and
has docie all eloog. Aj Lu before bta
stated ia titM vAzz.zk, St;wrxtritt
Ilaruiitoo has c:cftwi rrati:v, tiat if
tie wb-j'e at-tttr wtr Ml u Lim, it w;u:d
have been wrtlei tlfart&n5j' t j tbe city
kag ago at, woaM bt t atttieJ in a five
nunnK eMference d'j. It was rjppowrl.
however, tiat tie rI opp'Aitioo ti a &et
tlecifat ia which tie right an i iateretts of
both parti were da.'y realized came from
the foreign, controlling ttock boi lers ia tie
company, who were not thoroughly inform
ed of all the clrcaniitaaoei in the cat, but
this tup potion proves to Lave been wrong.
At the latest conference with the coaccil
joint committer Lere President WhittL'sui
acknowle-dned the receipt of OA. Hamil
ton's proposition, stated that he had laid
the matter before the stockholders at Am
sterdam and bad received from them a re
ply that mifcht be considered favorable.
But, after all, he was not prepare ! to speak
with any de&niteness aa to what the com
pany would do or wanted to do. He spoke
in a rambling sort of way, of matter, en
tirely foreign to anything contained in the
plan agreed upon between Col. Hamilton
and the committee, and left finally without
having settled a single point except that be
would call again at some future time.
While this dilly-dallying about a matter of
bo much importance to all parties concern
ed is very tiresome and very foolish, not to
Bay entirely inexusible upon any pretext, it
is very probable that the city can (statu! it
just as well and just as long as the railroad
company can. The approach of the next
flood may facilitate the matter a little
THE HARPER BILL PASSED.
A special from Spnngfleld reicoived here
yesterday alwut noon announced that the
high license bill, introduced into the lower
houie of the legislature by Mr. Harper, had
passed tho house and that it would certain
ly become a law.
Tho bill provides that the minimum li
cense for selling beer alone shall bu f 150
per annum And that the minimum general
license shall be (500.
In view of tho fact that the senate is dc
cidedly Republican, there can ho no doubt
ot the prompt passago of the bill in that
body. Tho bill will go Into effect as bills
usually do, which have no emergency
clauso attached, 20 days alter its passage,
and all licence applied for after this dato
will have to be issued under tho provisions
oi the bill.
speculation as to tho effect of the en
lorcement of this law has run wild in many
quarters ever since the introduction o the
bill. Some believed It would roBUlt in ma
tcrialty roduclng the number ol the lower
class of siloons, while at tho samo time in
creasing tho revenue derived from tho traf.
flc by the community,
Had the bill passed Iu Its origlual form,
making tho minimum price of all saloon
licenses 500, the effect might have been to
exterminate some of tho low dives that now
exist in every community whore liquor is
sold; and then again it might have resulted
in just the reverse; it might have resulted
in thu inauguration of a system of secret
whisky tippling, which would
be much more pernicious in
its influence upon public morals than any
kind of open traffic can ever be. But as
tho bill passed the house yesterday, with
the amendment making the license for beer
alone only f 150, (which amendment was a
sop thrown by the machine Republicans to
the German voters of the state) there is not
a particle of reason for the belief that
there will he a reduction iu the number of
saloons kept by rogues. It is a fuct, proba
bly self-evident to every one of ordinary un
derstanding, that a rogue can keep as dis
reputable a place and sell only beer as can
le kept by another rogue who sells whisky
alone or w hisky and beer together. And,
to our judgment, the effect under the bill
hs it passed the house, will be that all rep
utable saloon-keepers who wish to sell
alcoholic liquors will fork over the five
hundred dolhrs, while the disreputable onc9
will keep their doggerells open under the
f 150 license aud perhaps sell as much forty
rod Je-s ) lightening clandestinely, without
license, as the responsible saloon-keepers
sell of the pure article after paying for the
privilege to do so like upright citizens.
This, in oar opinion, will be the effect the
enforcement of the bill will have upon the
so-called "low dives."
As to its effect upon the revenue of a city,
it is probable that this wiH be as claimed
by the friends of the bill. The great majori
ty of saloon-keepers everywhere are reputa
ble citizens, who would scorn to vidhte the
law by selling spirituous liquors without
having firt taken out a f 500 license guar
anteeing them this privilege. Many of
these in this city, for instance, will pay
foOO, who pay only f 150 now. Sotne of
theni w ill probably find it unproritaole to
pay this amount and wiil g out of busi
ness, but enough will remain ia the bui
nts aiid piy the increased sum. to make
the revenue derived by the city from this
source considerably higher.
A concise statement of the effect of the
law when strictly enforced, in a community
like th:, is probably this: The city will
be bentfitel in its treasury; the more well-to-do
among the reputable saloon -keepers
will be benefted ia that the number of their
compt-t'cg ne:ghlxT, equa.:y reputaOie
with tiemjclrei, will be reduced; the ketp-
erst-ftbe low dive wiil be benefited, in
that they will take tie s-ame privileges as
their repuuV.e neighbors, but f x lea than
or-ttirl tic price; but the restriction
oo!a;ofi it th law will fall mainly, if not
twiuaiTtly, cpon those poor ftliowa who
w'.c'.d i legitimate busiaess, but who
can n:-t rais tie large amount txti by this
law at ti,e price of tie privilege of doi-g
tuci a business. Sumi of these will t.;-j-te-ct
tierticlvei with aellicg ber aioe,
wikh it, after all, the beverage mostly sold
:a s!l'Xr;i niw-a-days, and thus tie ruc
tion ia the ntsmber of taloons will not bt
eo gru after all, but th-e amount received
by the city treasurer will be correspondingly
A so!d:er on guard at Fort Wayne,
Was suddenly stricken with paio,
He thought he was gone,
Bat when he nibbed on
.St. JavU O I, was all right again
INI EREsTING CORRESPONDENCE.
Tt.e following letter was written a few
days ago to Mr. Philp Saap, by Mr. Jno.
BroJeri'.k who is travelling in the wet for
h:s health sad ia search of a location for
husiats. What is said in this letter about
theci'i' S of the west, about which so much
is heard here and elsewhere, may be depend
e l upon, a Mr. Broderick speaks from a
Denver, Col., May 31, 183.
Fkiem Phil I have been here about
two wrreki but had not fully made up my
mind as to whether I would remain here
s'trne time or goon to California. What I
h-.-ar here concerning the latter state is not
very rl-tttering and as I have been improv
ing ever since (and for a week before)
leaving Ca.ro, I have decided to remain
here some weeks at least. I stopped over
in Kinsas City two days, the town seemed
to be booming and all the (rood reports I
had heard of it wereconflrmed. Business is
not probablv as good in all branches as
yeari ago, but there was a great deal of im
provement going on and everything tended
to show a thriving, rapidly growing city.
Wichita for a small town about (J,000 in
habitants, struck me very forcibly as being
a good town to locate in, it is situated in
the middle of a fine farming country,
whery last year, In Hedgcwick county, of
which Wichita is county seat, 1,250,000
bushels ot wheat were raised, a very large
corn crop end a grout number of hogs and
cattle. Kansas City buyers on the street
makes a good competition. Five public
schools being tho prides of tho town.
Business of all kind well represented, but
there is no cutting of prices in any line.
Should you make a trip westward any
timo cell and see Witchite. All tho lead
lug towns about a dozen In the southeast
part of tho state are good towns and all
Improving. Topeka, Emporia, Newton,
Wichita, Parsons, Port Scott and others,
tut do not come farther west than Wichita.
My only objection to that country being
the wind, my short experience being that
it never quit. I forgot bt mention that the
day I was In Wichita there wore uot lest
than 1,200 wagons and teams in from thu
surrounding country. I remained at Tue
ble a lew days. Extensive steel works,
coke ovens and very large smelting wdrks
employing from 2,000 to 3,500 men are the
mainstay of tho town. They boomed tho
town about two years ago and porhaps over
did it, tho improvement now is slow but
steady. It is not in anyway attractive aud
I do not think you would live there if they
gave you tho town. There would Iirvo to
bo extraordinary inducements for inc.
Denver is a very pretty placo indeed and
tho appcatance is improving daily as tho
lawns aud trees grow green. Tho want of
something green looking was tho first thing
to attract my attention ami from tho ap
pearance of the soil I thought gnss
wouldn't grow. Tho public buil Jings are
very hue. Tabor's opera house, said to be
the finest in the United States, business,
nothing more than you would expect in a
city of its si . The claim is 00,000 inhab
itants but I do not think it that large.
There are ten beautiful and costly private
residences to ouo fair business building
and what building is going on is confined
mostly to that of residences and not a great
deal ol that. Tho soil is of a very coarse
sand or fine gravel nature and for a fine
street all that is necessary is to grade it a
little and draiu, and no matter hew long
it rains the mud will not be over two inches
deep in places of greatest traffic, where is
little travel, it never gets muddy. After
twenty-four hours rtin you may look for
dust ou the streets in f irty-eigbt hours.
The streets are excellent for driving and
are taken advantage of, their bwing more
and finer "turnouts" in this city porportion
ately. than in any place in the country.
There are two or three parks and excepting
their roadways for driving, I think St.
Mary's Park would compare very favorably
with them. So long as you stay within the
city limit everything is attractive but out
side it presents the appearance of grest
barren hills and desolation, they claim and
they do raise st.ck on these hills but you
or I would think a billy goat would starve
to death on them. Denver is said to be
a fast town I know it to be an exceed
ingly high priced tovn to live in. You
can't rent an ordinary furnished bed room
anywhere under 10 00 per month, table
board ) 00 per week, the lowest, busi
ness rooms and houses out of sight, busi
ness is ell taken up in all branches and I
think overdone in many. There are an im
mense cumber of saiouns and restuarants.
The latter all seem to do well. It hit been
very wet and coll most cf the time since
my being here aud on 30th snowed all day
aad froze that night hard enough to kill
all btrreries, fruit and tender vegetables.
When the sua is out I enjoy the climate al
though I could se no perceptible change
at first in the air between here and Cairo.
The talk of being difficult to breathe Ac,
oa fir H arrival is ail both. I find the air
raore bracing aa J that is all. I am feeling
f rtt ret.
"-TO THE TELEPHONE SUBSCRIB
ERS." I wish to call especial s,ttention to the
iaryTUice of ringicg off when done talk
ing: for example No. 1 calls the Central
Off v. and went No. 2; their conversation
may r. brief and fail ring off, No. 3
calls and wao's No. 2 The Central Office
says No. 2 is buy;triat cheats No. 3 and
No. 2 oat of their service and doubles the
work in the Central Office. Presently No.
2 wr;s some one end he calls; that notifies
Central Office that they are done and they
are disconnected. At the same time it
nrigi No. I's bell also No. 1 go-s to the
telephone and says hello, hello, and no an
swer. Then he begins to cursu the tele
phone operator and manager for ringing
their bell when they are not w anted. Who
has riot ha l this complaint time and again?
And where does the fault lay? All this is
called just by the negligence of No. 1 not
ringing off in the first place, but the end is
not yet. No. 2 has called and the Central
Office ho disconnected hirn and he is
waiting to be answered and wondering if
the operator is anleep; but he has not called
the Central Office, but merely "rang off"
and has to call again before he gets
answered. This trouble is getting more
frequent every day the subscribers will
confer a favor on mo and save themselves
a great annoyance by being more .particular
about ringing off.
Yours Respectfully, '
C. II. Waiinkr,
Cairo, June 8th, 1883.
WANTED 25 MEN
for railroad work, at good wages. Ship
Tuesday, Juno 12th. Transportation free.
Apply to P. Mocklor, Railroad House, be
tween 4th and Oih streets, Commercial Ave.
Would Not Out,
The Cheyuimo tinn tells u story alK)Ut
two men from souuiwIh'I'm who drop
pod into a store in that" city, and a con
versation about elect rio lumps ensued.
One wished to know how tho lumps
were extinguished when tho store was
closed and a clerk replied that tho light
were blown out, but, said the clerk, "it
takes a strong pair of lungs." A long
tin tube used to extinguish oil lamps
was produced mid one of thu men pro
ceeded to exhibit hU lung power. He
pointed tho mnz.lo of tho tube at the
lamp and blew out his brains, but tho
lamp was too niueh for him, whereupon
his companion said, "Why, you con
umptlve little cuss, you couldn't blow
out h tailor enndle; glmmn a whiff at
her un' so her flop out." Tho tube was
passed to the latter party and although,
he blew until he was black In tho faeo
"she didn't "flop out" worth a emit.
Queer things, these electric lamps.
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The Only Natural and Durable Material Known fork Purpose,
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER
, ANY HOUSEKEEPER PAN APPLY IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
Tho result is surprising, as it obliterates all stripes and colorsfcovers patches and will
not causo a wriukla or blister in the paper; and the room is made inmf iie-iiinnt hinm.
etc., by brushincr Alabustine in tho cracks
sets like stone, -if Ready for use by adding hot water.F-J Fifty cents worth of Ala-
boAtinM Will PMVflr id er,la.A uopdo it aviirnrru wall niith t ...-. t . . u .J - . Mt
, DMu...v j u. u. nu Luais, Dim uue coi win pro
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on the samo
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
7t OI2.I0 Loveo and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
.Notice lniait column, eigat com per line for
Smtatid Hva cent! per line aactaauhaequeDt Intar
'.lon. Kor on" work. 30 eente per line. Vol one
moiith. M ceuts per Hoe
For Rent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge, Apply to or address Mrs. E.
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. 2w
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 193 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2ij miles from railroad station.
E. A. Blunktt.
Ice, Wood ami Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
gKd, dry wood, sawed, 11 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
manner of blacksiuitbing aud wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a 8a-cialty.
Work doue promptly. tf
The lie v. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Stiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
An attractive, youthlul appearance se
cured by using Parker's Hair Btlsaui to all
who are getting gray.
Million Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, Were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Mknsman's 1'tiTOMZED liZKt Tonic, Ine
only prepartion of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspt-pitia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility ; also, in all en
teebled conditions, whether the resuit of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
r acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. (tf)
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see thu rapid improvement that will follow;
you will bo inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
Mr. H. W. Ryan, Bluo Island avo., Chi
cago, III., says: "I have used Brown's Iron
Bitters with most happy results when suf
fering from a diseased stomach."
riuckien'M Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for CutB,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by ITarry
hicK a woman in another column near
Speer's Vmeyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Orapo wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous woak
necs, early ducay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a redpo that will cproymi, khkk
ok ciiauok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addresBud envelope to tho Rev.
Johki'ii T. Inman, Station D., Now York
Unless it had groat merit Parker's Ginger
Tonic could not be so popular. Its sale has
spread remarkably everywhere, brcause in
valids find it gives them new life and vigor
when other medicines fail entirely, Ohio
Ann you mada miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skint Shlloh's Vitallzer Is a posi
tve cure. (10)
and around tho CHuinna unit Iiuhi.. whom it
EVERYBODY IS GOINO TO
ON T:iK OCCASION OK THE
TO UK HELD FK JM
May 24 to June 23, 1
The llllnoin Central Katl'oad will ran on of
their popular cxruremnn lr uperM irlu on Tutte
(lajr, June 1, 11. Train liaf Cairo at a: a.m.
Part! U C bicau aud return,
Arriving at Chlcao at fl :') p. ru uf thu lame day.
Aivninr?iWi, ou vcius
Tin flrel Kiuinltlou of in kin! evtr brld
Iu the World.
Visitor will ht;a grand opportunity of w linen
lot Hie Pullman Vru:-rlcua! Mvga la a. Pullman,
ll.a . Juue 2! and lrl. Araung the eblrlri ar
ChiirploD of the World;
WALLACE B'S, OBO. IIOSVBH, GEO. W.
LES, C1IAS. E. OCKTVKV, and a
The Summer Itunntmr M'tUni;. of tbe Chleegj
UrlvluK I'ark. June iid to July fib. InrhiHvo rut
programme, write . I., Hail, Secretary, Chicago.
tysiecplr.g car w II tm aita' bd to the aliote
train al Cairo, III. It will be ready for or.rupancv
at S p; m , June 18 Kate pir bi-rili. -i W. Appli
cations for bertha nkould be made to J. F Merrjr,
(ien'l We.wrn Pa. AgeUl, Mauche er, Iowa, ou
or before Jane !lu.
CCTIcki'te will be gord to n?tun on or before
Tuurdy. July 6, to Include tho tralttt of that day.
Attention In railed to tbe fart that tbe Evening
Train out of Chlraita flout onljr at certain p ilntt
outh of Kftlnitb m. and no other topt will he
made for pent, t holding fcicur'nn Ticket
J.K. TI CKBK, A.H.HANoOV,
Traffic Manacfr. Oen. Ptt Agriit.
J. V. MHKKY.UeD. Wetlern l'ean. Agent, Man-
Our wiisons are now di liveriuff tho
DISTILLED WATEU CE
to all parts of the city.
We Kolicit your jmtroinure and injure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We euiiruotcc lull weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., ode.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Teljthono Ho. .
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg, Co,
UfllBSTIIE & ROSENWATER,
.Tvri Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
e full lino of all tho latitat, newimt color
end quality, aud boxt maiiiifai'turu.
OAU1' HJT 1) JCPA11TM ION 1
Hndv HriiMiOa, Tipeflrlof, Unrtnt, Oil
Clullit, 4 o.
ing and Gents' Furnishing
Tilt I) parlmHUt ooeuplot a full flor mi l
It complm In all rctiini'tt, Uooda him
uarauUod ol latitat aiylo aud hurt ma
Bottom Prices aud First cIu.sb Guodit