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Politics for 1874,
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Salary Act "and it repeal, on Transporta
tion. CI rll Right, and J-'inanclal educations,
lcKdieth arK IWH'fMMInjj-Lebal
TTeWl-a " and eoln Intercut ot Bonds, mid
tbt Tarlpus Expanding and Contracting actt.
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tM,'aHlMftDll TcttV huprero Court
LHotSioni. JUlnoli and. Wisconsin Railroad
Laws, CoMtliiiiiousl Amendment!, jnsd.
and Madtaf, In Stsaes, and Nation.' "Hack
par'' Statistics. Tables ot Approprlatlom,
ItM JtUeHom, Currency Distribution by
Mat "and ledioni. Ac. invaluable lor
lira. Cloth, 2-&0, postpaid.
kddrei ko. Fits. dawSON,
f, 0. Box 4?4, Washington, D..C.,
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. SETE5TEETTH ST. AND COM
' MERCIAL ATE,
The uudcrUpned having established a
u tomhrr rard in eonseelion with their
awseill, art prepared to furnish all kinds of
DUilaing BJlcnu, suca as
TlVE, OYPHBS3, POPLAB
And Aih Floonoi, Sidln?. Celtinc, &c
Bpeclal attention Is called to our Bteirt-
bast, Wagon and Agricultural Implement
Material, which bo furnished on thort
notice in Urge or tiniu quanuueR.
A large stock of cheap lumber on band at
our mill, which will bo sold at V) to 10 per
thousand in carload lots. Also lath and
abjnxlei furnished In any quantity.
CHAR. LANCABTRU ifc CO.
Cairo, III., August 1,1874. 6-3-Sni
T. J. KERTH,
.BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
ca m -rr -m c i m
cMnf t nw w rv v!rJd,
Manufacturer and Jobber of
TIN, 8EEF.T "HION and COVl'EK-
Pumpi, Bird Cagex, Ico Croam Jnuizc r
Water llr., wiro Cloth for AVId-dowScn-ciiSjJapant'd
Guttering and Job Work
MADE A SPECIALITY.
Agent lor tho
The best Iron Hooting In the Market.
All work done with Dtrpatch iiml W:wraii
ted to five Satlifactlun.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP ALL KI.ND8, HAUD ANI HOrT,
Keep constantly on hand
Conner 34 th Street
Mill aud Yard
and Ohio Loveo.
WALL St. ENT,
Manufaeturera and Dealer In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
POPLAK.OAK, UYl'KUH, ASH, GUM
au uunwwouu, BUll-
DBESSID PINE, At)H AND POP
JLAB FLOOBINO, OEILNU AND
larOfflceatiawmlUoH corner of 'JVhii
i7-econa seet and Ohio Levee.
To the Editor ot Tub Hui.letin :
Jlstkemed FuiENij : You will please in
form jour readers that I have a positive
CUBE FOU CONSUMPTION
sd all disorders ol the Throat and Luuga,
aud that, bv 1U Uko in ujy practice, I have
cured hundreds of esses, and will giro
r a case
Will not benefit- Indeed, to
isuo, i win ,enu a hami-lk,
F sufferer bddrciKliur me.
srstBsl, to any
Ps.sm show this letter to i ny one you may
Snow who is suffering from these diseases,
and oblige, Faithfully Yturs, '
DR.T. F. BURT,
B -tViIllsiBH at, Mew York
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
. ,.--4 i.
Ill II llrnrtu
Somebody to take from tis a llioiuaud bill
heads, good paper nud finely punted, for
83.50 loJUJO, " . . '
uno iuouf.iou (interned ii
But.,lmf-'office for (3.r0 15 i
OnotboUf.md sta'ttment". prluud at TBE
Ono thousand iinlo -1ionU printed nt Tub
Bulletin office for $4.00; twotbou-andlor
One tlioui nd business .card?, 0no Ilrletot
board, printed at Tint JUctilCTUf office for
from t'lM to 80.00. acc-milng to also.
TUESDAY, (AUQUSf.lf, 1874.
Mxa'n bats Worth ;$2 26 ettXIllott &
Hsytborn'a for L j lw
In Towir. Mosim. Friclc-ahd Houton
of Union'codnty, veto In'lba city, yester
day on railroad bURlnon. -.4, .
Call early If you wish to got a hut at
a groat bargain at JvLUOtr & Hay
thorx's . . -.Iw
Tirf.dzih:. loyl BAUortli flJ5,
apleco wilt be gld for centt each at
Elliott & Iiaytuoivn'h .6D.3.18.iw
Oi'Ktr Air Coni Mr.-Tb . Delta Oily
Band' will give a concert this ovoning vat
the stand en nurkct house imiaro. AW
aro inrltcd. Beats freo.
A qu&rrel between rival Furry owners
at New, Madrid, last Sunday, ratultod in,
tbo Willing" ot Oen. Datmlllo and tfto
otbera whose names we did not lenrn.
Didicatouy UKnviCES. Tbo German
Lutheran churoh was dedicated on Snn
day lust wllb propor ceremonies. A very
large congregation was In attendance
Cotin. Col. Taylor Ii la ,S.,
Louts. attoudinji to C. A- St. Louis railroad
uiiBlif Ui will r
rriura wuum a
. ..mi : 'cr-i
r ten days..
Jutt received at Elliott & HejlhornV
the best stock of Chlldron's and Mlsstc
shoes over brought to Cairo. These goods
are of the very bust raalie and will bo sold
jnoap lor caen.
1'olice Ouakoks. Lllu will gd on
at night in Hurliu'a place; Brown tho
health ofllcer, will tKko Lulluc'a place(
and Mcllalo will dd tbo h'tmlth bueincs
and kflep, a watchful ejo over tbo fqrcev
Thus tbo salary of ono cll'icor will be
NOTICE. STAK BASK BALL CLUB
The momber'iof tho olub, are,heroby.ro-l
quested tojmootat Phil JTIoward'a oflice
this evcnlni; at'TJ o'clock, siiakt. Busi-
noia of Importance will be transacted.
Ii. L. Davi?, Bcc't.
r.cTiuiu Q ill. a n ..1 . . p..
stv vocation' of Cairo ltoyal Arch Chub
Vter No 71, thia evening at H o'cleckj
Work in mum. in av....
Ciikishan Hansy, Sec'y.
Ourri.NU IltAUY. Our Methodist pce-
plo are gotting ready for tho camp moot
ing at Jonesboro. It will commence ou
the GtU Inst., and continuu a weak
Noarly all tbo Molhoiista in tho city will
go up, and not n fow tlnnors.
On Suvuay. Kev. Mr. AVallar
proached a good aorinon on Sunday morn
Ing. Hla aubjuot whs charity. Itev. Mr.
French preached at the Baptist Mission,
ltooma morning and ovenlng. Bev. Mr
Thayer and Hector Gilbert wtro both elo
quent and forcible.
Kir., X'ATHEit Uii'KEr. This gentle
man, professor of St. Vincent College
Capo Glrardoau, Mo., Was In the city yov.
tordny, nnd preached n vary ablo and
learned sermon to a largo congregation in
St. I'alriuk'a Chuich in tho morning
Father Hickoy will remain in tho city a
fow days In tho Interest of the college
The Doltnonico hotal,undor tbo manage
ment of Harry Walker, Is gaining for
itself a good reputation all over tbo coun
try as a Brit-chia bouso. Harry f pares no
trouble' or expense In bis efforts to make
bis 'guests comfortable and satisfied, and
as a 'hot el keeper he is. a success.
Next 8atuhday. Tho Democratic
macs contention will bo held next Satur.
day dn tho courthousp at" o'clock p.m.
A large altondenco is ueiiratiio. Tho ap
pointment of delegates to tbo covers.
Democratic, conventions to.Lq hold In thi,
congressional and senatorial district and
at Springfield I tbo buiine.'S to bo trans
Ok account of fnllinc health, Mrs. C
MeGee'is tbmpullol to "give up business
for a season In order to visit the springs.
To do this it is necessary that she should
collect alj small, outstanding accounts,
and 'she earuettly roquoats all ladled who
know themselyos to be ludubtcd to her to
call and settle as soon as possiblo and
without further notice. C3.e-lR.Ct
Bialed TiioroHALs, Sealed proposals
will Lo rtcoived by tho undersigned until
Monday, August 24tb, for tho building of
a brick rontdenco on Flfteontb street, be.
twoon Cedar and Locust. l'Jans and
spcc'incfctions can bo examined at tbo
office of Grcun & Wcod, 03 Ohio Lavco,
C8-8-1B-6: JoiI.N Wcoi).
Notice. An annual meeting of tb
Gorman icbool society will be hald at
Bros-' oflico on AVodnoiday evaning,
August the 19th, at HJ .'clock sharp, for
the purpose of electing a now board of
directors for tho ensuing yoar, and for
other Important business. All members
aro requested to bo on hand.
F. Koiismkteh, Soo'y.
Drive Well Water. Tho Gazette
says "that tho city council owo it to tho
people of Cairo to have a thorough qual
ity and quantity analysis inado of tho
water roached by the patont wells now
quite accessible to all our citizens. It Is
be!lvod that tbo water Is strongly chaly
beate, and possesses othor curutivo quail.
ties of great value. Aen sanitary iiuasufo
an anhlyila It detnanded."
j Btrokks. That tbo present season
hus boon lbs hottest Jor. yeati.
avorybody assorts and t"bo sum.
bor oi sunstrokos lo other clllos baa bion
alarming : but Cairo has bad nono 1 Last
yonr tboro wete n grant number of sun
strokes In this city, and we can romjSm
bcr no year before this when sunstrokes
vfcta not reportod. Who can explain why.
la this, tbo hottest year of tho deoado'
thoro has boon not one sunstroka In Oalro
Vtutn ih lii?Aud still inTcry-di
beard on every stdo ; "Wbf, Oh I
whoro is Max Holler, tbo fat plana tuner?
Must wo be compelled to placo blm on tbe
list of tho tlluitrioua lost r Becalm; we
hopo not. Max is absent for only a little
wnllo. Ha told us that his visit to Mis
souri and tbo upper part f Southern Illi
nois w.outd detain htm some tlmo; but
not forovor. He will roturn in a abort
tlmo now. Be patlont; and If your pianos
must bo tuned get somo other person to
tune them. Wo know you havo paid
Max; but that will make no dlflsrencai
Max will give you back jour money when
ho returns to tho city ; be always does.'
Tiik Cause or Tempi-raxce finds oco
of its most insidious and dangerous fool
In the many so-called " tonles " and 11 ap-
petlzera." made of cheap whisky and re
fuso liquors, finished up to suit depraved
appotltes under tho nimo of medicine.
Dr. Walker's Califorkia VuEoXn
BtTTERfi aro nono of these. They are not
n coverage, but aro a genuino medicine,
puroly vegetable, prepared from Cali
fornia herbs Vy a regular physician. For
all diseases of tho stomach, liver, kidneys,
bladder, skin and blood, thoy aro an in
fallible and unrivaled remedy,
15-d and w-4w
Bulls, "Wo don't know whttber built
ar or are not danireroua. bat w'e know
,UB, uuuiinvaiu uv w piimikmiro svn
looio In the streets of the city. 'Lately,
however, bulla have.baeonlA numofous In
Cairo.- Yeatorday marnlng we saw sever
Down town thara was one In Wash
ington avendo, atid wo'lblnk ho is1 VlTa
biggest bull we ever saw. He seemed to
bo. angry. He waa switching hla .tail and
roarhe llko a lion. Ho continued 'insula'
mood until ho saw Jo, Able coming
arouud a cornor, The sight seemed to
calm him. In the afternoon wo saw a
small bull near The Bulletix office, mad
der than' thebig bull. Ho waa witching
his tail in wrath, and bellowing like all
the bulls of Bashan. Ho rushed .up Pop
lar strclt llko a locomotive. '
'We have nothing against hulls, but w
do wish, they could be persuaded lo remain
In doors in daylight.
Modes' Haunted Houses. The Ga-
zatto saya a framo tenement on Fifth
street is bauntod, and in it dlaembodied
spirits hold high carnival almost nightly.
Wocanjcertlfy to the truthof thia statement.
Mose and we are tbo only two ram in the
city who ltRVO absoluta Vnnwlndrn of th
fact that the demonstrations made in tbe
Fifth street frame house are spiritual in
their character. The last time be and we
were present In tbe house Investigating
tbo demonstrations, the roof wa lilted off
it and tho sky revealed to our astenlsbed
nvoa. Then tho aides were removed one
at a time; and then tbo partitions dilap
- . .
poarod; and Anally the door waa taken
from tindor our feet I Mojo and we were
both wrapped in astonishment, and in
view ot tho disappearance of the house we
both catno to tho conclusion that there
was nothing of it. This is probably trun
hut tbo demonstrations are wonderful and
Bask Ball at Pauucaii. Tho Star
base ball club of this city challonced tho
l'aducah baso bailors for a social game at
tho bat. ThechallongH has beon accepted,
and next lhursday named. Tbo Star's
will loave Cairo on tbe Fiak, Wednesday
evening at 3 o'clock, sharp, accompanied
by a string band, and roturn next day
Faro for the round trip, $3. Everybody
invited. Tbe following ia the letter ac
cepting the challenge!
Pavocau, K.Y., August 17, 1874,
Mn. Phil Howard Dear Sir: Wo
accept your preposition aud will pick the
best nine wo can get and will try you a
gaino on next Thursday morning
at nlno o'clock. Baso ball
is almost entirely playod out
In Taducah but I Juppois wa can
answer you on next Thursday. All of
tbe good players have left except one or,
two and they are entirely out of practice.
Don't forget your string band, as that
will be two-thirds of tbo fun.
Chad. H. Bonnin.
Police Trouiile. The difficulty be
twoen Police Constable Marttn and Ser
geant of Sergeant Cain, points a moral.
Martin says bo was called Into the castle of
the Wlnsor by tho quoen of tho palaco who
desired to ascertain whether she was to
bi proceeded against for selling liquor
without licenso; that, after he got into the
house, one of tho womanlook his whlstlo
from him and blow It; that Sergeant Cain
then ootorad the house, and enquired
why tho call bad boon made ; Martin oi.
plalnod; Cain orderod him out of the
heuso; Martin thereupon tore otf hla star
and declined to act as policeman any
loiger. Wo regrot this disturbance.
Martin baa beon a good officer,' and, ao
far aa wo know, has teen faithful In tbe
discbarge pf his duty. But Cain was
right.' A policeman ought not to leave
his boat and visit bouses Ilk. the Castle
to'give information to -the, m(streas :ehe
could easily obtain in daylight at1 tho
polico office. It looks as If tbe walk Into
my parlor said the spider to the fly Invi
tation bad again auMocded. and that Mar
tin is the fly that got entangled in the
web this tlmo.
Glass Fruit Jars. At Now York
atora for 00 conts per dosen, loss than
tin cun. Nuw la tho time to buy,
Something New.-Ducks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion to bavo burnt bread. Call and see
It at T. J. Kerth'h. 87-ClO.tf
DIFFICULTY" 1IETWKKN SK
QEaNT'OAIN1 AND OFFIOBB
ei ut&i nj jji's.'-ilTIltr? ' '"
At Iho' latt mectlog of tbo cUjrcounrai
it .Henry JilarHp, (it nJJ' SP,
ollco force ' inThls eTty, tonderod TTIi"
resignation. Tho resigns1'911 wa roforred
to tho eommlttoe cn polico, and, on last
Saturdav night, tho comtnlttoo met at
Alderman M.il.un' otlice to hear tho
Statements of Sargeant Cain and OUlcera
Martin and Sheeban.
Tbo roaton for this investigation wai
Caused, no doubt, by tbe charges made by
kartin that Oaln was nreludlced aeainat
blm, and that Cain continually "picked
6n him" whllo ho has been sergeant of
tbo police. Tho statements taken
aeama to tho oontrary, and
Martin's own testimony shows that
Jjain Is a faithful nfllcer. Tbe following
rero tho ataloments made.
sergeant gain's statement.
Night before last about 10 o'clock, whllo
1 waa going down Commercial avenue, I
hoard a police whistle btow In Grace
Wlnsor's. I went in and found Henry
(Martin) setting on the steps talking to
Grace. 1 told blm that was no place for
him while on duty and for him to gtt
Out of thuro. lie got mad and took tbo
star oil bis coat and said he bad quit the
force. I often And him away from Sbeehan,
his partner. I have nothing to say against
Henry and liko him as well as any man on
tho force. He somotimes" gets maT
at'his partner; and h'o Is generally away
from' Mm In tho forepart fef the night. I
knovr a greal deai'aor'a' -about 'Mm. which
I dsn't care te bring up. ilcllalo "has
beetrat mtrteretmHimsf-about' bim,-and
I think McBale has talked to Henry
more than I have on similar cams.
orricxR martin's iTatememt.
Thursday night, after Shoehaii and I
had started out, I left him on Commercial
to go up town, Intending to come right
bask. Being a little longer away than
I expectee", I walked down Commercial,
and while paiaing Grace' one of the girl'a
called me, and said Graco wanted to sea
mo. I went in, sat down en the steps and
asked her what she wanted with
me. She said she wanted
to find out about that summons for hor
for selling liquor without llconse. I bad
my whistle In my hand, and aeoing it
the asked mo to lot her see that new kind
Of police whlstlo. I handed it to her, tel
ting her at tho time not to blow it. I
think she blew It two or threo times, and
Cain happening to be near, walked in,
and as soon as he saw it was me, bestartod
at me about this way : "What In th
boll's up here. D & strango I always
find you in saloons and such bousos," and
told ma to got out. I told him ho need
not trouble himself I was going to quit
tbo force, or aomothlng like that. He
always had.a.pick-ijniaD.oau tinabo.
drove Sbeehan and. I outof Galea' saloon J
when It waa pouring .uown ram., .jio
TOaaon I get mad , at ,hiin la because he
doesn't troat ma right, of as ,a man should
be troated, .1 think alti3 Jeal
ousy and prejudiced on his part. I think
,1 have done mere for this city than any
other otllcers on tho force.
officer bukehak'b statement.
I don't know much about thu matter.
Martin generally lulls mo whore he is
going when he leaves me. Cain's order
ts for us to kaop together. I generally
leave Martin to go home to cbango my
boots In the forepart of the night. Our
boat is from Twelfth street to lower end
of town. It is net our duty to ge outof
that. Martin leaves mo frequently in the
forepart ef the night. Thursday night
ho was absent about an hour ; he did not
tell me where ho was coiog ; said bo htd a
lino to collect; we often collect tines nt
night; tbe fines that we collect at night
are from wotnon, who aro not generally
homo in the day-time.
Onk thousand Chinese paraiols at
Uarlman'a, only twonty-flvg centa each
The Lux uri of New York Hotels
and Their Tables. It is a matter ef
much interest to those who visit Now
York to keep posted about the hotels.
Recently there haa beon, quite, a, rivalry,
among the Ant-clan hotels about their
bllls-of-fa'r'ej each strlvlng'to set thai best
tablo for Its gnosis. "Wo ipoak'mora par
tlcufarfy "of the hofela 6n 'Broadway and
Fifth. Ayonue the Grand Central being
'the largest, most centrally located and
elegantly furnished. Of these four or
live leauing hotels, the biits-of-faro aro
covered with the namea of the most lux
urious viands of th. soason, Tho bill of
tbe Grand Central especially deserve) set
ting apart as a notable specimen of modern
culinary skill In tbo number, varloty and
richnens of its dlihoi, It contains no
less than eleven courses for dinner, and
gives tbe hours for no less than six (0)
meals everyday, for the moderate sum of
from $3 to $4 per day, including, of
courio, an elogantly furnished room for
each guoit. It would seem from ibis that
tbe tours of our travelers and the visits of
our busmeas men becomo rounds of pleas
ure as well as nf bu.lneM,
EiiLEks to His Patrons, and the
General Puumo, Oreetinu. I v.ry
respectfully solicit a continuance of thu
favors of my patrons and invito the pat.
ronag. of tho public, but I wish old
patrona and transient patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for money and
not becauso of a philanthropic desire to
aboo and boot my fellow men without
money and without price, and that, there
foroj if an j old patron or new patron,
desiring shoee orboo'&7haa ncTtbe" pecu
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, he la'requaaled to pais on to
somo othor staoimake'r. I wont no old
patrona Or now'patrprii'whd will not pay
Thoso who are willing' tVpay wlirflhd It
I keop on band tbo belt of ttock, do the
boat of work, glvo tbe bust of Ats and
work for tbo lowest of pricea.
Twentieth Street, between Poplar and
riio.'August term of tbo county court.
convened yesterday, Judge Dress presid
ing and Hon. H. "VV. Wnbb prbsecutlne
In .tbo ftbienca of County. Attorney Tone.
The following burlneis was transacted,
The flrat case
called was tho people,
la Jllio VOiine nolnra lorl wh'f a
ahott Amo ago, waa C4'ight atealilig a lo
of tacks front tke llvarv atabla of A.-.I'.
Carle.' JCfao evidence being atrong and
dlraet, the culprlla' attorney thought bea't
to enter a plea of guilty wblob Alfred
aeeosdlngly lid. In consideration of tho
Pvloua reckUaa obaraoter, the
uaB 0nvoii a lengthy term in the iw
form School would be bansUcloal to hla
future usefulness, and therefore sentenced
him to a term of two years in tbe Institu
tion above named
Noxt cams Edward Morris, a white
man, who committed the atrocious crime
of dealing thirty cents from the saloon of
our valued friend, Boolt, he of the notorl
oua Congress saloon. Bather than
remain in the county sweat-box
until tli riavl t.vr nf IV. 1Aiilt. rAi1t
Morris conoluded that the best thing ho
hv WW. H W. -MV hi, UUI 1 VVUI .
eould do waa to enter a plea of guilty
auu mruw aimieii upon ine mercy oi ine I
i . , . i . . .
court. Ur narmiiatoti nt tli nnvl tlm I
defendant made a statement to the effect
that at tbo time of tbo theft he was very
hungry and seeing Boon's aaloon vacant,
he waa tompted to commit the larceny ao
that he might be enabled to buy food;
mat ne couia nave taken other money
that waa lu tbe till at tbe time, but, he
on-J" wsnled enough to buy a meal. Aa
the law, even In this case, docs not permit
larceny, the judgo fined tbe defendant
$25 and costs and sentenced blm to ten
days Imprisonment In the county jail.
ins loitowing probate bualneaa was
also transacted, belnc. entirely, claims
against ostatss :
In the matter of tbe estate of N. Small
enburg, deceased, the followlnr claims
were allowed, classified and ordered paid
Of B. F. Parker, 7th class.
Of I). O. Hey, Tlh clas
Of Anthony Banks, 7th class...
Of C. B. No-land, 7lh class......
Of W. Wood, 6th class
Or O. F. Ort, 1st class
Of Goldstelue ic Koien water, 7th
Or Andrew Grocnwoud, 7tb clais luU3 76
Or II. O. LoAin, 7th class Ill 75
Or F. Korsmoyer, 7tb class 19 94
Of Cairo Hulletln Co., 7th clasa 9 2.1
Of G. K. Ort, 3d class 85 00
Or C. M. Osterlob, 7th clasa SO 3b
In th matter ot tbe eatate of F. P.
Victor deceaaed. Judgment to the amount
oi $48 waa all.wtd agalmi aald estate in
favor of N. Felth, aa of Aral-class claims.
The causa .ntitlod "Th. Firat National
Bank of Cairo, va. The oital. of A. A.
Arick," docoased, waa eontinued to the ad
justment term of the, eatate.
Tho docket Ia a large ono and tbe tor-t
will probably extend ialo next w.ek.
All pcraona are hereby notified not to
buy or barter, for a note dated Auguat 10
1874 ; due ninety daya after date, drawn
by me, in lav.r of John Petri., as tbe
same waa obtained by false representation
and I wil) not pay it. Silas Bobisthon,
HEUFNER ALWAYS AHEAD-
FBESH OYSTEBS PACKED IN ICE
Mr. Heufer, always on thu look-out for
something new and that will conduce to
tbo comfort and pleasure of his
patrons, has nude arrrangtmenta by
wbich hn la new dally in receipt ot th.
vory best fine, fresh Baltimore oystoir
That all may know that these oysters are
fresh and good It Is only necessary lo
state that when thoy arrive hero tb.ro
la at least three timta aa much Ico
in the bo i os aa thero are
oyatera. They will bo served up to order
in any -tyle at fitly conts a dish.
Call around and try them. 02.8-16-3'.
OROAN BUILDINO ESTABLISMENT.
We take pleasure in stating that we havo
In Cairo an .stablabment which few cities
of Its size csn boast of. Mr. Max
Kushne, corner of Thirteenth and Wal
nut streets, has just completed a church
organ for the German Lutheran church
on Thirteenth street, which ia pronounced,
by parties that understand organ music,
a grand aucceaa. Air. Kuebne ia
an organ builder by trade, and
haa served an apprenticeship ot aevon
yoara with ono of the beat organ bulldora
In Europe. Ha Intends to devote all his
tlmo to organ building and molod.on
piano tuning. The pe.ple ot Cairo havo so
often beon disappointed by parties coming
here and claiming to be competent men
In tuning and repairing, thai Mr,
Kuehno did not dare to ask the patron
age of the people before he could give
pronf of what ho could do. Ail reference
be glvas la the organ built by blm for tbt
Gorman Lutheran church, and any parties
intereated will alter aeelng and hearing
tbo above named organ, feel satisfied that
they cannot trust tbelr instru
ments to better bands tban his.
He now wlshos to solicit th. patronago of
tho citizens of Cairo, and they can rest
assured that ho will give satisfaction in
every particular. Terms liberal.
Steam and Gas Fittino. Newlnnd
& Bennle havo entered into a co-partnership,
and have oponod a shop on Coramer
clal avonuc, next door to Perry Power'a
livery stable. They aro now ready to do
all klnda or Stoam and Gas Pitting,
Drive-Well Work and Plumbing. Special
attontion paid to repairing pumps, Tboy
solicit a abaro of publio patronage, and
guarantee their work to b well done.
il 7-7-27-1 rn
The Best. The general Terdlot is
that T. Jt. Sullivan's soda water Is th. bsst
in tbe city. Try It, No. 162 Commer.
clal avenue, between Ninth and Tooth
THE CAIRO CITY
ire prepare! to aupplr customm
nun ine best
I.KAVK OllDKltfl AT
jtpMIallliLy Jlro.'g piilcc, No. 70
HUTAt Egyptian" Mills; or
rTTAt t in cool dutnu. foot of
SUCH. iliUt?ffl.Jll 10 kWi
.. .. .i.,,,.., .,. ..i.,..
It. W. MlLLKIt, Pre-ldoiit,
J..M. I'llll.I.IIV, Vice 1'nilditit,
CllAti, LUNNlNdllAM, fa-bler.
COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLV MADE
KX'CHANUK.roln.bankiioti'iit id Ifnltod
3l:ile- hcctmtles liou'lil nun amu.
Interest allowed on iinin deposits-
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HAL1.IDAY. l'rc-lil.uit;
HENltY L. J1ALI.IIMY, Vice Preside
d. i r?nv I win', -wiio-iii t
WALTKIl 11 YtiLOl', Ai'lutillll (.'alilvr.
KT.-ATriTAYLoU, It. 11. CUNM-NCilIAM
M. I.. llAI.LII.AY, Wi I'. llAl.l.lllAY.
G. 1). Williamson, Stlthln Bum,
A. it. SAi'roni).
Errlinnpr, Coin nml Unit til " States
Bonds Bought mid Sold.
DKI'OSITH tr relrd;inl a Ki'neral hanking
ENTKItPiUSK SAVINIJ8 HANK
CHAUTEIIED MAKCH ill, ISC'J.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO,
A. II. SAKKOIU). PriMdi nt ;
11. U YSLOP, secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. I! A1ICI. A V, ClIAS.OALlnilER,
V. M. Stockklxtii, Paul o. .Sciiuii,
It. 11. CUNNINGHAM. 11. L. liALLIDAY,
.1. M. I'lllLLII-.x.
INTEHEST paid on deposlta at tho rate
ol nix nor cent, per annum. March UtMind
September 1st. Inttrcot not withdrawn U
added Immediately to thu principal of the
uepotu, merciiy giving mom compound
UARRIED WOUEN AND UHILUUEN MAY
DEI'OSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT,
Open every bunlne.vt day from j) a. in. to 3
p.m., ami hutu.ilay evenings lor natlngs h
poalts only, Iroin (f to 8 o'clock. " "
W. HYj-LOP, Treasurer.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Rfctlller and Wholesale
FOREIGN AND DQrVIESTIC
MQUORS AND 1VINES.
NO. HI. 01(10. LEVEE,
o EE A
- z W
-a 3 g
2 r; 5 9 id
H W 3 o
K w, o p3
I- P " S 3
& g ft
r--3 rn O
a New" improved
The "Modal for Progress.1
At VIs'iittii.1 1S7.
Tho' 'Ulghiat Order ot; "Medal Award
- ' . at tlio r.xpoMllon.
UllSKWINfi MACHINE HKCKIVEU i
:,V J EW MOOIHtliASONS:
1. A New Invention thorouihly testq
and uurcd by Lctturs Patent.
3 Jlque ai) lxin r.crr jjOck mucu, mm
on I'OlU Milvi1, on an kiuunoi uoinm.
8. ItULM ljitlil, tmooui, noiociiar, an
Uapld lieot roinblrtAMoii ol (Ualllles.
1 Ulir.-VtXt -11UIK JOr jL-ur muiuun
'"l!. WU'do all Varltlcsof AVorUand 1'atK
SUU-bln In A Bupt rior inannur.
Ur-linnosv uauir hjuuukhu hi w
tor 4LU3tli of d itch may be uitored whl
running, aud machine can bolbn aded wll
out twilng tbrcal througti ho'.' .
1" ifCMJ$1l nillll'ir. Iliiiimi n-t, i.ibou
fonultig the ftitoli withnui tur iiao of Co
Wficrluears, i.oiarv i.uri r i.nrijiini
MnaltiB Autuiimth'. Droli Kccd. which i
sum. untfurni length of atltcli ata,.yypcrl
llai our now lurui'l i,onjroiirr, which n
lown t;i? y mil rment of not die-bar an
prount Injury to thread.
i).Conttructliiii inort carelul an I III
l-hfcil. It I iii.nitifflclw.;d by the mot xkll
ftil an 1 cxpcilcnccil tnaihaiiicn. at mc ecu
hraU'il Itl Ml.NOloN AliMiiKY. ll.lO.S", "(
Chicago Offlco, 'i)7fc'Uti' atrcet.
rLl'CK Nl, 1.
rLtrcx no. y.
the nlw ciinoMo.s-nton wnJ
TheB liruant (Jhromoa are bv far Iho uioH
exnru.HVo nlcturui cvor trtwn to the null
lie, beinlull of liiiiunr and "l'luck" to till
laitrxtint. Hi'oIUbr'."2 Inches. innunlPl
unan calln. uuu ktrnlln r. 1'rlro (310 tM
pair, .'-end onlcri- to tl.c rnlil.bi r, J. II
UYDI.lt, Uuli ruptrior Mrett, ( kti-land, CI
FITS CUKED F.REJ
Any pirson -mtlorlng from Uic above dil
ea-e Is reiiilertt-u to :iWn I. it. run anl
a trial bottle nl iiiillrini- will bu forwanb
iv exnrc. ntKiS
I)r, Price Ian U'Ktilar phylciaii, and lnl
made the trratiiient of
FITS OH EPILEPSY
a Mudy for year-, and lie will wun.mt
cure, bv the tine nf Ida rrnu Iv.
Do not fall to K'lnl to ulin for trial Iictlt-I
t costi nothing, tuitl lio
'tt'II.I. ClIKK rut,
lio matter of Iimv lwg -.laimln;; your ca4
may ne, or now nuiiy nine, riineuu s im
Circulars and tcstlinoiilali -.cut with
FltKi: TiilAL IlO Pi I.I..
CIIAS. T. Pl.'MT,
' vo-l-dAwly i
KAEi E-ITAIE AHSSUK.
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
t-V.TT! A T . Rlcjr-n A rrv-
- W I , lil -l JU i .
vr HOUSE AG 15NT,
And Lund AkciiIn nl tho llllnoii ( entral an!
Jiurllngton and .Mii-xnirl it, it tun,
Norlh Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Loveo,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Affeiitsl
71 Ohio JjKVKe, (SccoiiJ Kloor,)
liny ami SellUKALJKTATE, Pay TAXES I
1' iirnlshes 'Abstracts of Titlp.
DE3 XT r O HI 3Ft ,
And Dealer In
- FRESH MEATS,
i .)' v r
SlOJTUB,TRMT, I1KT. WASHINflTON AND
goMMEttoiAM'i-Ya'.aujoining nanny c. 1
Keens' the best orBecf.P'ork.Mutton vi.
Lamb. Hauhauo. etc.. aud ia nronnreil ii. ,
aorve luioiuea in n utccyniuio inanuor,
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