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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3. m
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect yonr PREMISES. We have a large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BROMO CHLORALUM, GIRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
IS KOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
TERMS: $8.00 per week; 2.00 per day.
Never-failing: Spring of coolest water charged with healing: and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' coutlnual nse by the health-seekers, or tuosc in search of fst
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. l,.THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure lor Chills, Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighborhood.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold as ice water, and hun
dreds drinking-all day from its basin fail to lower ilio water line.
This Spring-is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, ''THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time tins season, and its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
These Springs are surrounded by
air is always puro and cool. No
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Unties lu turn commn. eim cenn per line for
IrntandQve cents pur Hue etch aulnequent tnter
'.luu. Fur una wwk. 30 coutB per line. For out)
month. IX) cente per line
Farm hands; watjes $15.00 per month.
Apply to II. J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A low horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order, ltepairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tr
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a rood dwelling-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, sinoke-liouse, well, cistern, etc.,
at GieenGeld Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I niran business. Come and see me.
, 089tf JohnTaknek.
fcKE a woman in another column near
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Hjer's Port Grape- wine- is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the uso of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Hold by druggists.
JutnoB Fleming, 213 Blue Island avenue,
CliiciiL'o, III., says: "I.rown's Iron Bitters
is the-best thing I ever used for dyspep
sia." A Brush Well Aiudied
and previously moistened with SOZODONT
removes the defacing evidences of neglect
from thejeeth, and tightens them in their
Bocluts. If the breath lias a repellent
smell, the article substitutes for that, its
nwn pleasant aroma. Shrunken and in
flamed fjums are restored to health by its
uw, and canker of the mouth cured.
Hysti-m in the use of this fine antiseptic, as
of other promoters of health, is highly de
sirable. Apply nothing but the genuine.
A Nourishing Wine.
Old and iuUrm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season. 1 he winu made at hpoer g Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey, calle
Bpeer's Port Grape Wine, is used in the At
lantic Btates the bevt tonic wine known,
arid is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an article that is suro to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Humiston Food Preservative Co., 72 Kllby
Epilepsy of Nine Years.
"I thank the giver of all good gifts,"
writes J. N. Marshall, of Granby, Newtnn
Co.. Mo., "for civiruf tne Bamantao Ijer
vino. It cured my daughter's epileptic
ills, of 0 years standing." Get at druggists
I rncommend lo those suffering (as I bavo
with llay Fever, Ely's Cream Balm. 1 bave
tried nearly all the remedies, and give this
a decided preference over them all. It has
iriven ma Immediate relief. G. T. oteph
ni, Hardware merchant, Ithaca, N. Y.
Price 50 cents.
74 OHIO LEVEE
(.'or. 8tli & Wash. Ave.
grand mountain scenery. The
hot nights and no mosquitoes.
T 1? T TTn?AT
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices tn tne.e commas, ten cents per line,
Bach tnxertlno and whether marked or not, if cairn
latud to Coward any inau'a business Interest are
always paid for.
Mr. Jno. Frye now sells clothing at
the Chicago Clothing House.
Three horses are in the city pound,
placed there by Chief Myers for runuiug at
Miss Minnie Weston, a dashing
brunette of Paducuh, is in the city visiting
Mr. W. S. Rogers, of Murpbysboro,
who is engaged at the Plum Point govern
ment works, was at The Halliday yester
day. The unpleasant state of the weather
dissuaded Prof. Storer's band from seren
ading the public at the Tenth street stand
Yestorday afternoon Justice Robinson
united Mr. Charles E. Leach nnl Miss Sa
die Robinson in marriage. The couple
were lrom Oalesburg.
Hon. Wm. M. Springer has challenged
Senator Cullom to a discussion of the turill
question, some time between now und the
next congress. But the junior senator litis
"Pinch" gave evidence of its contin
tied existence yesterday. "Bill" Wood
"slugged" Lizzie Wood in the "kisser" and
went to tho bastilo for thirty days by order
of Magistrate Comings.
Peter Btolman an old German buck-
maker who had lived hero for many yeais
and wan well known, died Wednesday in his
home above Mr. Jacob Kline's brick yard.
lie lived alone, being a widower.
A negro named Joseph Hurt, employed
in a gravel pit at Villa Kidgo for the Illi
noia Central road, had a leg broken by a
land slide yesterday morning, and was
brought to this city for treatment. His
home is several miles from Villa Kidgo.
Bank checks inadu to order, bound in
books, 4.00 per ttwusand.'at Tint Huu.it
tin olllco. Perforating 25 to 5()., number,
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or chocks. tf
Major Hinklo returned yesterday morn
ing from Springfield, llusays tho juty in
his important case Btood seven to live in his
favor on the first ballot, and when dis
charged stood eleven to ono for him, Tho
case will como up again in tho January
tern oi tho court.
A rooster whoso clario i voico would
every mornUig strike thu hour of 4, in tho
neighborhood of Elihlh and Walnut
streets, is hushed in deatlj. Yesterday
morning an irate neighbor who had. been
repoatedly aroused from his iwoeteat slum
bers and keptawako by the lusty chaotic-
lier, invaded tho chicken house with blood
in his eye and vengeance in heart, and
wrung the crower's neck. Thero will bo
no lawsuit in tho case thongh there is
room tor a big ono.
A large stock of pianos and organs to
bo closed out for cash or on monthly pay
ments. Each instrument will bo sold at a
reduced price and easy payment guaranteed
Call at onuo on W. C. Jocelyn or ut Tabor's
jewelry store. tf
Mr. Dorsey is in his Now Mexico cat
tle ranch. Mr. Polk, of Tennessee, will
go to the penitentiary for twenty years.
This painful coincidence the. Columbus
Times remarks, is duo to Mr. Polk's lack of
soap, and, it might havo added, to the fur
ther fact that he is not a prominent Repub
In addition to the fino display ol "sil
ver, gold nnd precious stones" in the win
dow ot Jno. A, Miller's jewelry Btore, tla-re
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth study ing. tf
The Times-Star, of Cincinnati, says of
the probable wheat crop of tlio United
States: "'The wheat crop Ibis year will bo
over 50,000,000 bushels leas than that of
1832, but still we shall havo ab:ut nine
bushels to every man, woman aud child in
the land, and thero is no danger of starva
tion." Anua Farmer and Fruit Grower: "M.
J. Inscore.Esq., hands us the first ripe ear
of corn ol this season we havo seen. It is
already lurd enough to shell, and was
grown in his garden. Wo uro glad to wel
come Matt among farmers. Agriculture
has always been a favorite recreation with
the legal talent of thn countiy."
Two negroes named Ellis and Wugon;r
engaged in a bad fight on the levee yester
day afternoon and were charged each f 3
and costs by Magistrate Comings for the
amusement. Nancy Hamilton and Ada
Waters, inmates of the Clarke mansion,
also had a hair-pulling and the court
charged the former a similar amount lor
provokiug the disturbance.
The telegraph operators' strike is the
cause of the lateness every day of tho issue
of the weather bulletins here. The new
operators do not understand the cyphers
aud mike numerous bulls in spelling the
words. In these cyphers a whole sentence
is indicated by a single word of one sylla
ble, and the mis-spelliug ot that word often
produces great coufusion and mystification.
The reports are also much delayed and fre
quently Sergeant Riy must telegraph back
several times to gut tho correct word.
Governor Hamilton publishes in the
Springfield Journal four and a half columns
of "explanation;" telling about the manner
in which the subordinates blundered and
induced him to blunder, and indulging in
much vituperation and abuse of those who
exposed the "blunder." The governor does
not deny tho chargo that he blundered
grossly and inexcusably, but fiercely re
sents the intimation that the wrong was the
result of design on his part. And sn we
are willing to let the matter rest.
The work on the Mississippi hank, for
the Trust Property Company, is going for
ward rapidly. About fifty men are at
work under Captain Colo and Aldurmm
Mcllale. The brush mattresses that are
being sunk are each about twenty fret
square, and up to yesterday eviining thirty
six of these had already been sunk. Yes
terday eighty wero sunk. It is believed
that about twenty more will finish tho
work where the cutting occurred; but
more will bu sunk above und below this
point, so that tho work will probably con
tinue another week.
Andrew J. R'leves, a carpenter, em
ployed under the trestlo of the Wabash
road near the round houso yesterday fore
noon, was struck on top of tho boad by an
axe that fell from the trestle, and seriously
wounded. He was hurried down to Dr.
Parkur's oflko for treatment. It seems
that the edge of tho axo struck bis skull,
making a cut several inches long, about an
eighth of an inch wido and laying the
brain bare. Dr, Parker pronounces the
wound a 1 iiigeroii", one as inll iniation of
the brain may result. Reeves went to bis
boarding house, where bo will remain. Ho
came here from Vincutines which bo calls
bis home, He is a single, man und has no
relatives living here.
It was given out by those in tho lirg
that tho Ideal League ban concluded to
produce "Engaged" before aPa lucih audi
ence during the latter pirt of this month.
If the outgiving ii correct tho Paducuh
youth who ventured to express tho opinion
in tho News of that city, that Cairo had no
pretty girls, will bo mu lotosno his great
error aud be heartily ashamed of his igno
rancethat is if ho knows beauty when bo
sees it. Tho Ideals mty rest assured of at)
ovation at Paducah, and of a "big hit" if
they do as well as they did bore. Tho peo
ple of Paducah, liko those of Cairo, ro
lovers and patrons of tho drami and aro
goodju Igea of n good representation. An
endorsement from them would be cause for
This is from tho Now York Times:
' Probably thero in no work ol puhlio I in
proveinonts going on in this country which
is more sharply criticised than tho jetty
system in the south pa of tho Mississippi
river. Its triends doclaretbut it is entirely
successful; its opponents protest that it is
utterly worthless and ia really an obstacle
in the way ot navigation. Tho last report of
the government engineer, however, sustains
all that has been said in favor of tho sys
tern, Between tho jetties thero is a channel
3t feet denp, and tho least width of tho
30 -foot channel is 00 feet. From the gulf to
tho main river a passago is now afforded
100 feet broad and 2(1 feet in depth in tho
shallowest spot. Moreover, no complaints
como from tho pooplo ot New Orleans who
aro most vitally interested in tho work.
Tin so facts weigh heavily against tho as
sertion that the system obstructs naviga
tion." Tho man Ilollowell who is still at tho
Infirmary under treatment for the wound
received while with auothor party trying
to s eal flour from tho steamer Vicksburg,
lias identified tho body found in tho river at
Fourth street several days, from tho des
cription given hint by Coroner Fitzgerald,
as that of Micheal McKuno who was with
him in tho . skill' but fell over
board. Chiel Myers has a satchel, found
in the empty skill", which contains a quanti
ty of clothing aud a pass book bearing the
name of Guj Coleman who was drowned
from it tug at Memphis some weeks ago.
The owner's name had also been printed
inside the satchel, but was erased, evidently
with a pocket knife.
A Villa Ridge correspondent gives the
following concerning fruits, etc., there:
''The army of caterpillars that visited us
in the early spring, destroyed nearly all
our apple crop, und have done immense in
jury to fruit generally; but our groweis
shipped the largest and finest crop of straw
berries, Illinois has anywhere produced.
The peach, grapo and pear crops will be
about thrue-fourthsof the average amount.
Early vegetable products have been largely
shipped to Chicago and other northern
markets. The corn is backward, lrom so
much rainy weather, but is now promising
well. Wheat is fair quality, but not untie
than three-fourths of a crop, owing main'y
to the changeful weather of tho past win
ter, and lack of snow to protect the roots
from frosts, that wero scarce."
News reached here from Chicago to
the effect that Mr. Ackerman will soon
teuder his resignation as president of the
Illinois Central railroad, if ho has not al
ready douo so, and that Mr. J. C. Clarke,
the general manager and -vice president,
will be elected in his place. According to
tho Chicago papers, Mr. Ackcrmtn has
stated his intention of resigning the presi
dency of tho road, and said that ho would
recommend a successor. That successor, it
is claimed, will be Mr. Clarke, as ho has
once before been offered tho presidency,
and is bcyon 1 a doubt one of the most able
railroad officials in tho country. In view
of Mr. Clarke being electeil the president
of the company, Mr. J. F. Tucker, the
present traffic maiiHger, will take the first ,
President H iarstick, of the Mississippi
Valley transportation company, was at The
Ililliday yesterday, having co-no down
from St. Louis to conclude the purchase of
the Mound City Ways from Captain V. P.
llalliday. Tlieio was a hitch in the negotia
tions for a little while, in the form of an ob-
jectiouuble amendment to an ordiuance
passed by the Mound City council, grant
ing to tho Marino Ways company an addi
tional seven hundred feet of river front.
The amendment imposed the con iition
that whenever tho company should lease
luing sai 1 grant of land in connection with
the Ways, the land should revert to the city,
The city council of Mound City subsequent
ly uiide the graut unconditional and Capt.
Ilaarstick concluded the purchase. The
city council of Mound City will, wo think,
never have reason to regret its action in the
promises. To have a great company such us
that represented by President IUarstick
materially interest! in a community, must
result in great material benefit to such
community. The Ways will now be oper
ated more vigorously perheps than ever be
fore. The steamer Jay Gould.is now here
waiting to be put upon the Ways and the
Jno. Dippold is coming down tho river and
will ho tho first, so says President Haar
Hic.k, to go on since tho purchaso of the
Ways by the Miss, V. T. Co.
Yesterday Civil Engineer Charles
Thrupp began drawing the levels for tho
numerous sidewalks recently ordered built
by the city council, and it appears that the
now walks will in some cases bo consider
ably higher than the old wvlka adjoining
them. Tlu! walk recently laid in front ot
Mr. P. NelT's new Commercial avenue
buildings U ten and aquartcr inches above
tho established grade; that in front of Mr.
Jno. Gates is six and a half inches iibove;
and that around Mr. Conrad Alha's new
house is ni'i" "d throe-quarter inches
above tho established grade ol the avenue.
The Wabash track ju.tt below Twentieth
street Is ono foot an 1 seven inches above
tho established grade, ami down below
Eighth street it is some thing Ichs tl tin a
fool nhovo sai I grao, But it should bo
borne in mind In this ronuctioii that Com
mercial avenuo Itself is above tho grade
established for it by ordinances, and if the
walks and railroad tracks wero lowered to
conform with tho established grade they
would be from six inches to n toot below
tho surface of the street; bunco It Is butter
to Ignore tho established grade, on this
street at It ast. But thero ought to bo some
uniformity of grade in the laying of side
walks. People ought not to bo permitted
to lay their walk with reference solely to
the front door steps of their houses. They
should be ma le to observe a certain grade
for the convenience, not to say the safety, of
pedestrians and also for the sake ot appear
ances. To this out! tho council should ro
eorvo to itself strictly and exclusively the
right tosuyat what grade any substantial
walk shall bo laid in any part nf tho city,
and it should always domand to exorcise
that right before any wulk can be laid.
Missouri Republican: "Tho relations
between England and France aro getting
into n very unsatisfactory condition. Tho
two countries havo been on most amicable
terms since 1854, when they wont to war
together against Russia and cemented the
alliance in tho battles of Inkerman aud
Alma, and in tho long dismal siege of So
bastopol. Nothing has occurred to serious
ly shako this long friendship till recently,
but it is evident that tho French are begin
ning to lo.-c affection for their loyal ally
across the channel. In the Egyptian war
they wero left out, while their ally gained
all the honors, and, what is more, all the
profits of a successful invasion of tho land
of the pyramids. Then came tho opposi
tion of tho Bristish government to tho
channel tuunel,on the ground that it would
facilitate a Fietich invasion of tho bright
little island, and now thero is a bitter feel
ing in Franco towards the English over tho
new canal which M. Do Lissops proposes
to contract ut Suez. Tho French havo been
in an ill humor ever since 1870, when they
lost their ancient commanding position in
Europe, and their temper is additionally
soured by the marked political aud moral
conquests which the British hive made in
tho Last. The friendly alliance between
tho two nations is seriously shaken, and a
few more disagreements would destroy it
THE EVANSVILLE AIWL'S UN KICK
ERS. The Evansvillo Argus man hag evidently
met the same animal that wo all meet
whether at summer resorts or on the road;
the animal tliat having shed its bristles
an i walks erect on his hind feet would pass
for a gentleman among strangers if he
could bo persuadijd to keep his mouth shut.
The following extract from his last letter
home from Dix m Springs strikes some of
the boys that visited the Springs between
This is a great place to study human na
ture. 1 have moro fun doing that than in
getting well. The "man who kick" and the
"woman who can't find auything good
enough for her" aro here not in' abun
dance but still they are here too much. I'll
take tho latter first. The lady 1 speak of
the true lady goes to country springs ex
pecting to put up with a few little incon
veniences. She knows that she is paying
a low rate for board, and therefore does not
expect the stylo and service ol the Grand
Union at Saratoga. If sho is disappointed
in the place, she says nothing but pays her
bill gracefully and leaves, without making
it disagreeable for everybody around her.
The "woman" is different. From the mo
ment sho arrives she strives to impress
everybody with the idea that sho has gotten
lotno springs iy mistake. Nothing is
high-toned enough for her. The rooms are
bad, she says. At the table she turns up
her nose at everything and tells the waiter
in a loud tone "I cun't eat that. Try and
bring me something fit tot at." It's "I and
me" during her whole stay. Well-bred peo
ple see through her thin veil at aglanre.but
she paralyzes the rustics aud is satisfied.
After making herself disagreeable during
her entire may sho goes back to her hum
ble homo in the city and congratulates her
self on the impression she made at the
springs. This recalls to mo an actual oc
currence that often made me smile when I
was on the road. I had a friend who kept
a little country resort. He was a plain
kind of a man who kept a strictly clean
place and gave his boarders nice substan
tial country meals. One day I stopped
thero while all the boaders wero away in
tho woods, und asked him hiw be was get
"First rate," said he, "except with ono
lady. Nothing suits her. Sho is an elegant
lady though, and dresses too fino for this
place. H io knows all yo ir best people
down in Evansvillo."
"Who is she? What's her name?"
"Her name is Mrs. . Ob, she is
away up, I tell you."
"1 never heard of her."
"Oh, I don't suppose you ever did, for
sho moves in only tho highest circles
among the most wealthy people."
"I never beurd of her."
"Well, I suppose not, but you seo sho is
all right, for she knows till about tho
houses of the wealthiest people there, and
if sho hadn't been through them and inti
inatu with them sho wouldn't know all
these things. See?"
"Yet you say sho growls at everything?"
"Yes, She is tho most disagreeable
boarder I ever bad."
1 Then sho is not u true lady, and you can
bet on it. Show her to me at dinner titno."
At iio.iii 1 looked in at the dining-room
tloor and saw her. My friend was right.
She had been through nil the best houses in
Evniisvillo, first us nurse girl and afterwards
us cook. She had married a man who had
inadu some money, und hail now blossomed
into an elegant society (?) lady. (God save
The "man who kicks" also comes hero. I
saw one yesterday. Ho sat down to a dinner
good enough for anybody, hut be scowled
tearfully und remarked that this was a very
1 zzy hotel nothing lit to oat, etc. First
he heaped up his pbito with everything
near him. This ho demolished (with his
knife) mid then loaded up again with
chicken. Alter clearing this away ho called
a waiter and bad tho chicken plate refilled,
und when I left the table ho was still eat
ing, Ten minutes afterwards bo canto nut
with a dissatisfied look on his faco. I put
on tl e same kind of look and told him I
didn't liko tho grub hero, etc. Ho told mo
confidentially that ho was tho same way,
and said ho couldn't find a d d thing fit
to eat at dinnoi there was nothing fit for
it hog. I told him ho was right and added
ti myself that It was too good tor a hog
such at ho was.
My variation Is nearly over. To morrow
at throe in tho morning wo leavo for Gol-
conda. I fool liko a new man. When I
came I was utterly "played out" and didn't
have enough energy to do anything. Now I
"feel liko a la-la," and can tuko long walks,
ritles, and roam over tho country all day
and not feel a particle of fatigue. I don't
say that tho water did it all. I don't think
it did. Water alone will not euro anything,
but the absolute rest, the water, the pure
and invigorating air, good country meals,
the change and the nico refreshing Bleeps
during tho cool nights work wonders, and
transform tho overworked into a new man.
No other resort in this part of tho country
has such scenery, and in all other respects
Dixon Springs, as a resort, will compare
with tho best. I wish I could stay here
two weeks more. It would bo of inestima
ble value to nif, but hack to the little old
desk in tho musty office I must go. Back
to tho ink bottle, paste pot, pilo of ex
changes, stacks of copy paper, men with
old bills, delinquent subscribers, printers
that must b paid, etc., etc., back to work.
A WIFE OUT OF TOWN.
"A friend who takes tho precaution to
say that ho never feels that way himself de
sires us to publish the following for the
benefit of those who do:
Of all tho tiistdloaa
Contrived by tbe devil for pulling men dowa
There's uoe mom tU-limlwj,
Thin tUu unara o( a man with a wife out of town.
He ful finch deliKhtftilncn,
Stay-out all-nlitlit-rtilii (.-,
I own It wlttt pain!
A bachelor rakUhnuns,
Next day's headache Itibnefif',
None can explain!
Ilia wife may ha beautiful,
Tcudar and dutiful,
'Tit not that her ahrence would cause him delight:
But the cursed opportunity,
Scatteri hll scrupl; a a dy not ten nicht.
lie fouls whl-ky aud walur ful,
Kpino and alnairhter-fnl,
Nothlna-he-onulit-to do fnl,
To hta toea' endt;
Ho bucbelor-rally fome,
Make iori-ta'ly aomo,
With tboneof his Wenda.
1 was severely afflicted for eleven years
with Hay Fever, after trying almost every
thing without avail, I gave up all hopes of
being cured, when I purchased a bottle of
Ely's Cream Halm. To my surprise, after
a few applications, I was entirely relieved.
H. Watson Harris, Letter Carrier Newark.
NEW YORK STORK,
Wholesale and retail.
I'he Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK. CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO..
:r. Nineteenth street 1 Pairrt Til
m KuTer Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all tho latcat, newest colors
and quality, and belt manufacture.
UAltPKT DEI'AKTMKN 1
Bodv lirUitM-ln, Ttpeatrlvi, IiiKtama, Oil
Clothing and tots' Fun
Thla Department, occupiei a fall floor and
la comDlule lu all reapuct. UootU are
' guaranteed ol latent stylo and bcttt ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
ik. b. sami.
kubiht a. tfniia.
Grand Central Store.
OA1KO. - TIJLt.
J-f m 33. INOE,
Mauufactaror and Doalor In
lith Strcoi, liolvfui'u t'tuu'l Avu. and I.cvoo,
OA. lUO, ILLINOIS
CHOKE BOM NO A SPECIALTY
AU KINDS OF A MUNITION.
Safe Hasaired, All Klnd.nl Kuva Matin.
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tbo palatial Anchor Lino ttuamer
Will cavo Cairo every HatardaT unit TuparUy even.
Intl at a o'clock, RlvliiK Cairo dally bout for HI.
for particular! a rattia, etc, apply to Capt.
Thu. W. Nbleltla, General Auunt.orSol A. Silver,