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ireiviXL PAPKR OF CITT AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lutnueolumn, mrM cents pff line for
(M and live ccnti per line each auhecunent inter
linn. Kor oca wurk, 80 cents per lino. Kor one
month, 80 cent per lino.
We arc authiirtwrt-to announce the nsmo of
ADOLPH SWOBODA m candidate for re-elec-Hon
to the office of Al dorman of tho Fourth ward
at the euiulng city election .
Use Tub Caiho Bdllbtin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Mn. F. L. Gkrxioon will open a new
barbershop on Sixth street near Com
mercial avenue, on the 15th.
Grand Easter Ball.
The Halliilay Guards will give a grand
ball at Hartman's hall on Easter Monday.
It will be the event of the season,
COMMITTEE OV ARRANGEMENTS.
Harry Manny, . It. English, .
Wm. McEwen, Wm. Dewitt, '
F. McUinnis, Jno. English.
Mr. Gkknwon invites liis friends to call
at his new shop on Sixth street.
Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
td stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured Aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
An election for one school trustee will
bo held at tho Arab vngino houao iu this
city on Saturday, April 8th, 1882.
J. M. Lansde.n,
The above will be paid to any one who
will furnish proof sufficient to convict per
tons gulity of committing a nuisance in
the Hibernian engine-house.
A New Barber Shop neat and hand
somely equipped just opened by F. L.
Gernitfon in the building, corner Sixth and
Commercial. Call and see him.
A Popular Tonic
TOR WSAK LUNOB AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tho
American public, for the relief and cure of
'Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitntcd
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption iu the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tulu, Rock and Kye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
I'verywhero are the best evidence of its real
menU. Letters and testimonals from every
qu irter of the country, attesting tho stim
ulating, tunic and healing efforts, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
ptoanaut taste and Bgreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by tho useofTolu, Itock
'(nl Ryo. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In the coinmni, ten conn per line,
ttcb Insertion. Marked
New wall paper at Jeft Clark's.
Crow Dog, the slayer of Spotted Tail,
has been sentenced to bo banged May 11.
Mount Ctirmol temperance people have
made nominatious for tho city council.
Buy Dado window curtains from Jeff
M. Clark. tf.
Messrs. Stratton & Bird havo removed
their offlce Into tho addition at the rear of
An adjourned regular meeting of tho
city council will bo held at tho chamber
Blanks to bo filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will bo furnished
free of charge on application at The Bul
letin office. tt.
The local election in tho city of Spring,
field, held on Wednesday, like thoso held
in the stato of Ohio a few days ago before,
resulted in a Bweepiug democratic victory,
Seo Jeff Clark's wall paper before
purchasing else whores.
Rain has interrupted tho many internal
improvements which were in progress in
tho city, but they will be resumed, and
others begun ai soon as tho ground is dry
A negro man snatched a watch-chain
from ft boy yesterday and kept it, claiming
that tho boy owed him five cents. Ho was
arrested and held to bail in the sum of one
hundred dollars by Justica Robinson.
The Ohio river fell two feet two inches
at this point during the twen'y-four hours
ending one o'clock fycaterday afternoon, at
which hour it stood at 83 foot 8 inches
onthoguago. During tho same time at
Chattanooga it fell three inches j at Cinctn-
natl,ono foot; at Louisville, onoinchjut
Nashville, six inches; St. Louis one inch.
All lulwt Btyles of wall pnper ut JclT
THK DA HA
An old lady, living with her husband
and two children in tho Clark building on
Ohio levee, died a few days ago and was
buried at Beech Grovo yesterday, tho fun
eral services being performed by Rev, B.
A fair audience- was present at the
meeting of tho Temperance Reform Club at
Reform hall last night. Tho proceedings
wero moBtly routine and of no especial in
terest to the public. What should havo
been tho principal feature of the proceed
ings, - namely tho election of officers, was
postponed until tho next regular meeting.
Tho dead body of Jesso James was
shipped from St. Joe, in chargo of his fam
ily and an armed escort, for burial yester
day on the James homestead, near Kearney.
Too many of the outlaw's relatives and
friends have identified the corpso to admit
of a doubt of its being Jesso James. The
Ford boys aro in jail and uneasy as to Mieir
Mr. E. S. Boaumout, editor of the
Mayfield (Ky.) Democrat, was in tho city
yestorday and called on Tns Bulletin.
Mr. Beaumont is confident that next fall
will find bis town and Cairo connected by
a railiitad that will bring with it an Im
mense trade, from a wealthy section of
country, that has heretofore drawn their
supplies from Paducah.
At a nteeting held by the Hibernian
fire company on Thursday night, it was
decided to give the annual ball at tho
company's engine house tho first of week
after next. Tho following gentlemen were
appointed on the committee ot arrange
ments: J. P. Uogan, J. W. Campbell, T.
M. Lovett, Wm. McIIale, T. Gorman.
There was a goneral fall of the temper
ature in the northwest according to yester
day's report, but it was no where below fif
ty-five and ranged above seventy in eight
or ton places. ' Rain fall at Cairo, 96-100:
Chattanooga, 4-100; Cincinnati, 2-100;
Leavenworth, '25-100; Louisville, 30 100;
Memphis 3-100; Nashville, 11-100; Shrove
port, 10-100; St. Louis 3. 13-100.
About threo hundred and titty dollars
has been paid the city by the marine ser
vice of the federal government, through Dr.
C. It. Carter, for tho caro of marine small
pox patieuts in the city pest-house. The
rate agreed upon was two and a half dol
lars per day for each patient, and for all
burials the actual cost, whatever that might
be. There were four burials, one costing
ton dollars and the others twelve and a
The burning of a quantity of bedding
in tho house of Mr. John Major, on Twelfth
street, back of Walnut street, was the
cause of the fire alarm yesterday forenoon.
It is supposed that tho fire caught from
sparks from an imperfectly closed stovo
pipe hole in a fluo immediately over where
tho bedstead stood. Not much damage
was done, as the fire was immediately dis
covered and extinguished before tho fire
Tho Democrats captured Chicago by
over 3,000 majority. In Cincinnati the
entiro Democratic ticket is elected by over
5,000 majority, where less than two years
ago tho Republicans wro numerically tho
strongest by 3,000 to 4,000. In Evaosvillc
tho people rebelled against King Bill
lleilman and ring rule, and the Republi
cans were successful in but ono ward out
of six.' Dubuque, Iowa, the former hot
bed of radicalism, gives a Democratic ma-J
jcrity of 400. Colrmlms, Dayton, Toledo,
and in fact all the important towns, show
Democratic gains and victories. .
Tho meat shop of Mr. Fred Koohler,
on Eighth street, is the place to buy your
meat always; but it will be especially the
place to-night and to-morrow morning.
Mr. Kochler is always wide awake to the
demands of his customers, and always
makes special provisions for special oc
casions. To-morrow being Easter Sunday,
ho has procured a number of unusually
fine animals which he will
have killed to-day and placed on sale,
and which will mako feasts worthy of the
occasion. The fine heifer to which refer
ence was niado a few days ago, a number
of spring lambs, nicely dressed, and all
other meats will graco Mr. Koehler's
counter in every form.
-The Cincinnati Commercial thinks it
has mado a point against the levee syBtcin
by quoting M. Dumas, a distinguished
French engineer, who says: "Attention
must here bo called to tho fact that the
building of levees along tho river3and
streams before they aro improved is very
injurious. Tho beds are thon not deepened,
but, on tho contrary, filled up with deposits
sometimes even higher than the adjacent
imt utul banks outside of the levees, and in
pascof a crevasse tho dangers from over
flow become far greater and more extensive1
This can bo seen along tho Po, on most of
the rivers in Northern Italy and those in
Holland." Exactly so. Ho does not de
nounce lcvoes as useless. He demands the
improvement of tho channel as a prere
quisite. So do the advocates of levees on
tho Mississippi. They propose to make
tho river of a uniform width and Jutty tho
bends where tho current strikes, and then
build levees on a firm foundation.
Yesterday Chief Myers received a
postal-curd from Sheriff Itcmllemau, of
Union county, telling him that tho mini
Siinfor ' was sentenced to live years in tho
P' ent'nry for burglarizing the store of
Mewr. .Miller & Co., at Cobdn, Ills.
Shortly after the burglary occuircd an old
OAIUO IU'l.I.KTlK: SATURDAY MOItN'IN'Q. APRIL
coat and a pair of shoes which the burglar
had left ill tho store in exchange for now
ones, wero sent to Chief Myers, together
with particulars ot tho slTair; and a short
timo after this Sanford wag captured in tho
act of attempting to force an entrancoto
the business house of Messrs. Smith Bros.
While Sanford was iu jail here awaiting a
preliminary examination, Chief Myers was
struck with the similarity which tho fel
low's clothes bore to the discriptions given
of that stolen from tho Cobden store. Tho
chief produced tho old coat and
shoes, and found that both
fitted Sanford to a "T," Sanford's asser
tion to tho contrary notwithstanding. The
Union county officers and tho Cobden firm
were notified and they came down, identi
fied the clothing 'Sanford had on as that
stolen, and took tho prisoner to Jonesboro
for trial with the result as stated abovo.-
Stato Journal, Springfield: "TnE
Cairo Bulletin confesses that Alexander
county received a largor share of the ra
tions than Pulaski; but hints that colored
peonle who were not entitled to them re
ceived an undue proportion, and then, by
innuendo, criticises Gov. Culiom 1 for Ills
action in taking steps to distribute what the
government offered and these quibbling
critics had not tho grace to decline nor the
ruaulinqa9 to be grateful for." Tho Jour
nal has misunderstood The Bulletin-
Tub Bulletin did not "bint that colored
people who wero not entitled to them, re
ceived an undue PttopoiiTiON"ef the rations
Beut to tho county; it plainly stated,
in substance. that, although
every effort was mado by tho county com
niissioners and by tho county overBeer of
tho poor to issue orders for rations only to
the needy, yet they wero not able to guard
against all impositions. Tub Bulletin
did not, "by .inueudo, criticise Governor
Culiom for his action in tuking stops to
distribute what the govermeut offered;" it
simply criticised tho governor for allowing
himself to be imposed upon (?) by a few
shrewd, ambitious Pulaski county politi
cians, and asking the government to "offer"
aid where no federal aid was needed. The
Bulletin fails to seo that the people of
Alexander county acted "ungracefully" in
not refusing tho rations on account of the
donors, or that they are "unmanly" in not
being "grateful" lor what mostly came to
them indirectly and iu the form ot oil for
the rusty Republican politcal machine of
After giving a longthy account of the
killing ot Henderson in Wickliffe, Ky.,
agreeing substantially wi'h that given at
the time in Tub Bulletin, the Wickliffe
Tribune denounces as "a shameful furce,"
the mannner of tho escape of Parker, the
murderer, Stoval, ono of party of poker-
players, and Jerry Ilendetson, brother of
the victim and tho principal party to the
quarrel, all of whom were under arrest and
under guard awaiting trial. Tho following
aro tho particulars of the whole disgrace
ful finallo as given by tho Tribune: "Tho
chairman of the board of trustees as chief
of police, and tho Police Judgo appointed
guards for tho prisoner, to-wit: For Par
ker J B. Wickliffe, II. C. Johnson, I'. C.
Rothrock and Wm. Murphy who guarded
their prisoner in a room at tho Plnuters
hotel. During tho early part of the even
ing (Thursday) some of tho guards admit
ted outsiders to tho room and a social game
of cards was then indulged until about ten
o'clock, when it is supposed tho card game
absorbed sotmuch iuterest that the primmer
walked out of tho room and mado his es
cape. We learn mat some oi tne gu-ini
said they did not know how or when Par
ker made his escape. We are told that the
guord were given positive instructions to
admit no one in the room with tho prisoner
because a mob had been talked of. Ihesu
are tho facts as best we can learn them'
and an indignant and outraged
public will express opinions upon
them whether we do or not.
Friday morning when tho marshal went to
breakfast he placed Stovall under guard of
B, J. Russell who walked down to the early
morning train with his prisoner, when the
latter told his guard there was a man on
the train he wanted to sec and exused him
self a minute. Tho anxious uiiuuto is
still looked for, but will not likely be
marked on the dial of timo. Russell was
unarmed and so was Stovall and a cripple
besides. True tho charge against Stovall
was of minor importance but public opin
ion iB equally emphatic. We are told that
Mr. Jerry Henderson was at the post oOlco
Friday morning inquiring for his i;uard,
Mr. Tucker, who was not with him. Upon
the examining trial of Mr. Henderson, tho
original writ was changed by tho attorney
from assault to robbery, and the proceed
ing was in accord unco therewith. Police
judgo thought ho could stick tho case to
hold over on charge of assault and tho
attorney thought the best hold was on
chargo of robbery. The bench, and tho bar
didn't agree and Henderson walked off as
victor in an acquittal, -which It is claimed
wns based upon evidence that ho had do
manded of Parker 'give uio up my money'
the fact of the pistols being taken was
concealed. Public opinion is divided pro
and con, and wo will lot it mid the judge
and attorney havo it out nn any lino they
cliooso. Of ono thing we fed certain that
public opinion will sustain us in tho fact
that the llnalo of tho unfortunate :t(Tair was
a huge fut'ce!"'
-Grandmother Argus: "Tun Bulle
tin is S'i good nt showing up in il'-fail tho
swindling operations of railroad compan
ies, perhaps it will obligo tho public by
next showing up tho C. & V. branch of thu
WabaBh, showing how it was built, what
became of Cairo's largo subscription to it,
how the important prvileges it enjoys in
this city wero obtained, etc., etc. Tun H.
should not devoto its timo wholly to one
road, and that a narrow gauge, but which
somehow pays thu broad gaugo taxes."
Thank you for the compliment, old lady.
The Bulletin has certainly been ca-nost
and honest in its endeavors to justify the
city council and tho citizens iu mass meet
ing assembled in their endeavors to seek
tho city's interest in tho matters at is
suo between them and the
narrow gaugo roadr it (lias done this
by showing that tho city had already con
tributed enough toward tho success of tho
nurrow guage road, and that, unless they,
tho council and tho citizens, would stand
up for tho city's interests tho narrow
guage company, judged by its former ac
tions, certainly would not. If The Bulletin
has shown itself to bo "good at showing up
the swindling operations" of tho narrow
guage company, it feels satisfied. But,
Old Lady, you're in too great a hurry; have
patience; let's tako ono at a time, please.
Thore is now no occasion for "showing up
the C. & V. branch of tho Wabash." If
"thoC. &.V. branch of the Wabash" ob
tained franchises by fraud and swindled
tho city out of her stock, it enjoys them
in peace and by sanction of the United
States supremo court, against which any
resolution or ordinance of the city council
would bo naught. It does not, like Oliver
Twist and tho narrow guage company,
presume to "ask for more." But wait. Wait
until "tho C. & V. branch of the Wabash"
asks to bo granted an important additional
franchise and then, because tho city coun
cil and tho citizens seek to grant that
franchise in a manner that will be most
bcnefijial to tho city, denounces tliem as
cruel persecutors of a poor, helpless, ini
rauculate little angle, resorts to idle
threats, to falsehood, to all manner of
mean tricks ond finally to haughty con
tempt of alt propositions looking toward a
compromise wait until then, you figity old
creature, and see if The Bulletin docs not
pursue the same course toward "the C. & V.
branch of the Wabash" that it now pursues
toward "the C. & St. L. branch of the
Amsterdam," which has been guilty ot
all these objectionable things. H'lt where
will you be then, good, but very simple,
old soul ? You have a habit of frantically
barking, or rather meekly w':iiiiing, up a
tree while the coon sits securely on the
topmost branch, eyeing you disdainfully,
and other game is playing "banter" on
your tail, and you would not have the
the council and Tns Bulletin follow
your ludicrous example. You would have
them waste "wind" and effort on "the C.
& V. branch of the Wabash, which sits
securely beyond tho reach of all "wind"
and effort and does not seek additional
franchises in tho granting of which the
city's interest, aro concerned ; but you would
havo them entirely ignore the city's inter
est in crsntin'' an important franchise
asked for by tho nitrow gauge road, which
has as deeply wronged this community as
ever community was. You aro foolishly,
criminally consistent in your advocacy of
the interests of individuals and corporations
as against those of the city, when such
advocacy can bejof any effect either way.
Come, old lady, forsako your foolish ways;
follow Tub Bulletin and tho people ofl
Cairo for once in their efforts to guard the
city's interests in their dealings with rail
road corporations. Don't rest your old
head in your boney hands and whimper
about wrongs that can't be righted and the
mention of w hich cau do no good, but sail
in with tho rest of us and pat us on tho
back while wo protest against further im
positions. Do this and redeem yourself
from tho obloquy into which you havo
"OLD TRIM" EXPATIAVES.
Donoola, April 3, 1883.
Dongolu is enjoying a big boom in the
line of general repairing of morcantilo
houses, and putting up new signs. Dil
low & Karraker, of "The Chicago Store,"
have just opened an immense stock of
spring goods direct from Chicago, and it is
astonishing to see how fast they sell them.
Ono would think that, on account of last
year's shortage in crops, that selling goods
anywhero in "Egypt," would be an up
hill business. Such however is not the
case in Union county. Times, financially
wero never better, und our hardy eons of
tho soil sre pitching into their work, with
a "vim" that indicates succoss to them. It
may bo possible that thoro aro as good
places as Union county, but wo havo never
in our travels found them; but says one,
perhaps you never traveled. Wo concedo
that our travels don't quite equal tho "silent
man's on horseback," but wo havo lived in
Kentucky, Indiana and Iowa, and Iibvo
lnokod through northern Missouri and
eastern Arkansas, and Imvo been even in
Johnson county, whero all thu stump water
school teachers hail from. After all this
we must cry out, in tho language of tho
old mini, "Jonesboro nnd Union county
will hold It." The resources, of Union
county aro being tnoro and more developed
evcrv year, and in tho course of another no
cade of time, sho will bo equal in wealth
to anv county north or south. And now
entat battle with the floods, wo will fi'
assured, that iu thu said rtocodu of time
,1. BURGER & BR0.
Will donate ono hundred dollars to nny. charitable institution the mayor of Cairo may
designate, provided it can be truthfully stated that we in any instance advertise goods
qualities and prices, that we cannot show. It is a fact that at times wo mention prices
for certain lines of goods that arc so ridiculously low as to seem impossible to the
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blame them for their incredulity, bo
lug as they are, unaware of thu advantages ami facilities wo havo for obtaining at cer
tain times large lots of tho most dosirihlo g mU at prices greatly under their real value
and hero are thu
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our niuiiprous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and are prepared to buy each down.
THIRD We are at nil times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are sellinif Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 110.00. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for fJ.JJO, worth $15 00. A very nob
by Rod Silk Mixed Suit ot $1 3 50, worth $19.00. We do not sell iroods tor Km than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything wo sell, for
that principle by which ii merchant can sell trood for less than coot, find still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and see our goods. You w ill tot be importuned
el. BURG-iER & BRO,
AtlPiilaco Clothing House,
108 Commercial A. venue.
Cairo will have a population of forty thou
sand. Then wo can sell all our garden pro
ducts to Cairo consumers. Cairo will also
ho a great market for meat dealers. . Speak
ingof meat dealers reminds us to say that,
William Ridenhour and C. Beasley, our
Dongola butchers, are doing a paying bus
iness in their line. While they do not don
the white apron aud get some "pie-eater,"
to give them big blows in tho public
prints, they sell "meat all tho same," and
tliey slice it O, s very nice. Ask Mr.
Gilbert, the man who ttirniolies ni-iuU at all
hours, ho can tell you "souiedingj."
Frank Neibauer, has built a warehouse
near bis mill, on the I. C. R. R. sixty feet
long. Ho intends to use it for storing
flour birrels and other things.
Spring has fully come, and the prospect
for fruit is good, and wheat in the fields is
just putting on airs. While we, like
spring, are not fond i f shore nights, I tell
you reader it in just tho "imvtub'st" thing
out to'work hard 12 or 15 hours and only
have the balance of the. 24 to sleep in.
Mrs. George Poor, of Dongola, is visiting
friends in Cairo this week.
Our man of the one hundred year old
tobacco was in town last week. Cheap
Jake is carrying a line line of one hundred
. Old Trim.
LIST Or LETTEI18 flKM AINIXO UNCALLED
KOK IN TllK l'OSToKKIC'K AT CAlllO, ILL.,
BATL'UDAY, Al'HIL 8, 1882.
Blanch, Mary (col)
lily, II inner
Cochrau, P Mr
Dudiev, Cuina(col) Dmsn, M.-,ry
i I irrir-, Liz.io Hnriumi, Lizzie
Honws, Kidiel Hesselro.id, Mary
Hatcher, Louisa Johnson, Au''uta
Jimersoti, Fannie Kelley, Juno
Kibels, Carell Lelwi, Ju.ii
Martin, Bell Paul, Mny
Preston, Lessor Phelps, L .V
Red, Nannie Mies, M
Sollin, Susie Sweeny, Bridget
Smith, Mollio Tailor, An ne
Willat'ord, Julia Warren, Snliie
Mien, Charley (col) Bu h r, John (col)
Bell, J W (col) Branock. I) C (col)
Bamgartlner, David Coyne, J..nif8
Cool man, Harris
Graves, T C
Kent, ilarrv II
Marks, S J
Paul, Gnb o
Richcy, W C
Ridgers, Geo (col)
Heath, Spencer T
Murphy, T J
Palmer, J E
Reynolds, O K Dr,
Williams, E D
Young, M irtin V
Yevurs & Lewis. .
PorsonB calling for the abovo mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
History of the English People.
Green's justly celebrated "Larger H istory
of tho English People," ought certainly now
to find a place in every home. The Elzevir
edition, in five handy and tasteful volumes,
cloth binding, all for 1.C0, (by mail $1 fO)
is certainly a specimen of book uwikinu
that will delight the eye of thono who re.
juice in beautiful books, ami is hard'v 1cm
than a marvel in economy of co. t. Bit tho
Model Octavo edition, in tho volume,
utility binding, caps tho clinm for cheap
ness only 50 cents, or by rmil (15 cunts!
These editions are being puh'lnhed by The
Useful Knowledge Publishing Co, 112
Williamslreet.New York, and aret xunpies
of tho quality and prices of nu'iiep us
Htandar.1 works which they nr publishing.
A', theso prices they sell only to buyers di
rect, discounts to dealers and areola being
Impossible, nnd tho editions published aro
limited to tho orders which reach them
promptly. Catalogues and specimen paires
nvn sent frco on request. Sped mens of sev
eral or their publications can be seen at tho
of this paper.
' The Commodore."
Jos. L. Foote, the commodore, Elgin,
III., says Thomas' F.clectric Oil cured him
of Bcmtica with one application, thorough
ly applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and rough. He thinks it a very val
uable remedy, anil will never be without it.
Sowing ami Reaplnr.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, she sews that she may
reap. When seeds of disease are plantvd
toroiigh over indulgence, you can prevent
the undertaker from rcuping the tari-fit by
using spring jj;wsom. J'ricr 00
trial Ixittles 10 cents.
by tho community t rge has been given
to Burdock BIhm Bitters. No instance is
known where the dissatisfaction has tx-en
mauili-i-tc I by their use, or where anght
but benefit followed their administration.
FOK .SALE TV
A LI j DI'IALEUS.
Two Sights Only,
M oik lav nnd Tuesday,
April 10 and 11.
The fminicol IJ In thu wnrH. Tb Young .Do
OLIVER D0UD BYRON
HnnpnrlH lir the f hurmlnf iftrt'M, MISS
K.U'B ItYltONnml tho rralpit Com,
dy Cumliioitltou extant,
lac Ki'ft:rr nnd CliM llt2nn. the eelrhrsted Irlb
t nir In ih'r r !., .out and funny sivinpi
MoMi.w UillT ihn tYcrpopular pltv and
iiiiw Iu us 1 til Ti ar uf iuccca.
ACROSS I CONTINENT
TUKSDAV SKiXTJoe II. Bank's celebrated
piov una a 1-04 m 1 10 Acrum the tonilmul,
10,000 MILES AWAY,
LAUGHS IN EACH PLAY 833
TI kctii fur ialo at Uartman'i.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED PRO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON THE 17TII DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. 1883,
At ID o'clock In tho fomnoon at the freight home
el tliu to, Iiiiiile, 1 roii Mountain and Southern rail
w hv 1 0 111 imii v lu Hit' city of Cairo, Hate of Illinois,
the following dici rl ln:d nrtle en connlcntxl a bvlow
will lie Mold 11I publlcauct on, tops; charges vli :
Ml. Itwd lpku 03wbeelt
Wm Ulity 1 cliuat tools
L, HJOnfi'" 1 boi iniidrku
I. nulii llerliurt 1 Ml. of rack
It. W, Priinken a koRnthcur
D11. , ......Sheer keen
llrl'villi' liruw. Co 2 hvur kuxs
II. I' 1 111 kill ftboerkuKR
A. I.i li' 1 hf brl clrtur
.1. Unili'iril lhoxghgaoda
Mh Hie D.'titiu lhox sundries
W, 'I . JnliiiKoti 1 chert tools
S beer kugg
Henry W oouk 1 borne pownr
I.ouli llurlmrt B bevr kega
llnrrlKon Wood J boa h h good
lliumon &r. 1 box hardware
'Hint the tuiuu have boon received by tho M Lonla
Iron M011 main and Hoiithiirn railway company as
common carriers, In the rognlnr course ol bimfnene
coiiKlmii'd aa above to Cairo, Illinois, aud have buun
held tho llnio required by law.
TIIK NT. JAil'lH. I HON MOUNTAIN AND
BUITUKHN 1UII.WAV COMPANY, BY
II. U. MII.UUUN, AUEX.T.
DutcdMarcli Ulot, 16M.
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