Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY" CAIKO BULLETIN; TIIUKSPAY MORNING, IAY SO, 1878.
iW MoiiiriNt) eiAVt i.nTfl V
OflVt: Bulletin nuiuunir, waaium:" a........
Daily (delivered hy carric.ru per week
Hv mail (In advance!, imi' year
Hy null (In idvauccj, one year
To clubs of ten mill over ticr cunyl . ..
I'llstle In nil cases IT.'1'tiia.
. i' ' ' IIAU.Y.'
Klrst Insertion, iter square
Knhsequcnt Insertions. Hit square
For one w. per square
Kor ln weeks, per square.
Knr three weeks, per njutirf
K.irone month. per square
Kmh additional sauare
. 1 00
. 4 M)
Kitvt Insertion, per square '' IS
UlltHKHIlll-Ilt lllNTlllIlm "
Kichl Urns "t solid nonpareil constitute square.
Displayed advertisement" will he clmri.'.'d accord
Ins to thi space occupied, at bIhivc rales there he
ine twelve lilies ol s.dld t.vpc In Ihe luch.
To rcirular advertisers oflV-r (iipcrior Itidtu-o-rnents.
lioth as to mien nfcharires uuil manner of
displaying ti ir favor. .
l.OCjll UOtlt'CS ttt.lltV CCIltS 1IT HHP for AM I1S.T-
lion; ten cents per lliio for each suhhseqiicut Iiiht-
Communlcailonsupon suhjccts of general Interest
to the public are at nil tiling acceptable. Kejettcd
manuscript will not he returned.
Letters and communications should tic addressee!
"Cairo Bulletin, Cairo. Illinois." (
JNO. H. OKKkLY, General Manager.
Only Moruinsr IiIIy In Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'APF.K OF THE CIH' AND COUNTY.
Tl7n. Xnlly, Kditor.
Democrutio Nomliiiil ions.
MH tatk thkaki hui.
EDWARD L. (' KONKKI'I K, of Stipliiiicon.
rB MTrBiNTKKiirsT or rrsi.ii' im"Tiuti"V,
SAMI KL M. ETI'EK, of Mt Laui.
1MB CURKK Of Tll fllTRKHK OirBT, KlITIlfKN UMXD
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marion.
FOR CLKHK (if THE Al'l'IJJkTS tofKT, WHTIIfllN
.lOUN Q. HAHMAX. of Alrxandcr.
Gold Jn Nt-w York ycftcrilay, llOO.ij.
The Valliy Clarion wants to know who
'apt. ThomiiR i. Ix't it bide ;t time. If
the captain diouM liapiKn to rtftive the
t'arliomlale nomination ho will, ly the time
the leaves lw-pn to fall, lie one of the Ust
known men in the Eighteenth ilirtrict, to
i veryliotly hut himself; ami if he rtocn not,
when the contest ends, pronounce t'ajit.
Thomns a mortal of whose exihtenee he
had never dreamt, then we are no prophet.
Ir. Alexandkr II. STtrHse threaten to
ilemolish Mr. Clnrknon X. Potter, for say
injr in hin letter to a friend that Mr. S. wan
in a combination with the Ik-publicans to de
feat investigation into the electoral fraud.
If Mr. Potter if to lie crushed by one of
the distinguished Georgian's paraTupli we
ndviso him to exhibit no immeiliate alarm.
Cycles will have passed aw ay ere the pith of
the paragraph can be reached even by
skipping every alternate sentence. And
when it is reached Mr. Potter will Ik- Ik
yond the praise of friend or blame of foe.
Stkwaht's hotel for women in New
York is a failure. And we are glad that it
i. It was started with a great flourish of
trumpets as to what it would accomplish
for the n-pectable jKmr women of that
eify. It tijieni.il by virtually closing its
doors, if we may Ik- jiennitted to ue that
biU-rniuni-ni. against the very clas who
sought its proclaimed U nctits. A scale of
jirites was adojited for the well-to-do In
life und not for the poor. It will be con
verted into an ordinary caravansary.
Tut Sjiarta Plaitidi aler thus declares it
self: ''For state treasurer, Tho. S. Hidg
way, of Shawneetown ; for sujerintendcnt
of juihlic instruction, G. C. Itoss, of Car
Umilale; for congress, John K. IMrich, of
rjiarta; for n presentative, Jyhn I. McKie,
of Coulterville; for clerk of the supreme
court, Charles H. Hoc, of Piikneyville; for
clerk of the a)clhitc court, U n. L. I'lcn,
uf Mound City." Fortunately for the pro
jile of Illinois this is only a declaration; if
it were within the range of jmssibilities to
convert it into a fact, then, indeed, would
there lie occasion for sack-cloth ami ashes.
Hut the jieiiplo are not in a mood for mourn
ing. They jiroiose to put Radicalism on
jienance by retiring it from power for an
indefinite jieiioil, lieginning with Xovem
The friends nf Mr. Willmtiks throughout
the Southern C.riuid Division rcqurcd no
tMintirmation, under his own signature, of
what they knew would be hi m'tion in re
gard to the candidacy of his successful coin
jietitor at Centraliai hut as it may have the
effect of silencing, some of his opH.nents,
some of whom, We regret to my, presist in
impugning his Democracy and ascribing to
him selfish motives, we cheerfully reproduce
his letter to Mr. Chance, with the Uujh- that
it may lie as balm to their troubled souls:
Mt Vhinos, li.t. , vv i;th. ih-.h.
Iikah .lAsr: Awpt my hesriy coiii!riiliilullnni
iihid your tioinlimiloii, mid f you kmm uln r,.. t,v
word or act. I t un udil rltmlr vote to tuur nmlorltv.
I h pli ?d toitiopimlo with you. uni f,',r
you. and If you lo ir nun Iik1U re t fcMc o,.t
1 bsi not, or lliul I Mill uni irtvu up the touti-M.
"rlioirt aim ou the ol.
1 rrmsla, u wi r. our friend.
Jsnib 0. C hlii. K.qr.
It Is customary on Decoration Day to In
lulge Id the eloquence of sM-cch ami flowers
us a tribute to the memory of the hemic men
who died that posterity might reap as It leg
wy a it-united, free and haipy country. On
tlu iH'casioiipliiithsnoJqss ilcasjire tliun
a lak. has lttn Hssigncl'.to MaMw1""'1)'.
oM 'I i rl est i al'n i t ed St Jtjs
Sntitheriif disSfict of ifliniiis!''
,i r . i
j lie niiijor
is a young man, who has devoted his la-st
time and thought to the practice of his jiro
fession, but his fame as us an orator is not
confined to his efforts at the bur. Thostf
who have had the good fortune to listen to
him oii the occasions when he. stcpjied asjd
fniin.his legal duties to ta-at of-matters of
public interest are warm in their praise of
his j)ovc,rs us a sjicuker. With bright
skies, fragrant flowers, und the sentiments
which should jicrvnde the hearts of all who
assemble to jmy homage to the dead, this
Decoration Day should be made an event
memorable to those who juirticipate in it.
Oi;h friend Lusk, in the last issue of the
State Gazette, observes:
One of the most humorous mid siitlrli nl pieces of
rnrnpoxltiou wi have reud In mniiy n diir uppeim il
In Thk Caiiio Hru.rriN of Inst Wedni'duy. timler
the hemline "Tho Wlfhtlni; lufluenie of Hiidlcul
Inn." Clue ol the moM aiutirini: fCliteiuen in It in
this: "With the Inrrvaoe ol Deuiocrutli- ote lie
tellitfence mid enterprise luereane. and with the In
crease ol lutellltfenec and enterprise there InvarluMy
comet an luereusti In Deuioirucy." Now what han
iudueed Till Ul lXK ris to Inflict thin keen hit of sa
tire on the poll ileal party of which it profi'imc to
he un orpin U more than c can kuis, hut I he Joke
IhJiM us Knd us though we knew the motive which
prompted it. Wvcouuuviid the eutire article lo the
attention ol the I.ouUvlllc C'ourler Journul. with the
iijritwtton that Innteail of rnlllua spiIuM the Ignor
ance und lawidisncn ofKeutiicky, the hunuer Dein
ocratlc state of the Union. It inlu'ht domori'eflectlve
work by hnrllnir the sharp shu'Hs of ridicule, utter
the manner of Tim Bci.iktik.
The vision of our contciujiorary is imjicr
vious to the rays of light. Its opaqueness
is the result of its chronic Radicalism.
Like the Kev. JasjH-r's world, it stands still,
while everytliing ul;out it moves. In
saying that "with the increase
of Democratic votes in Southern Illinois in
telligence and cnterjirise increase," we ut
tered a truism which has become prover
bial in these jiarts, and which even the must
unblushing und reckless Radical hcrealsmts
will not have the effrontery to call in iues
rion. We were never more serious in our
life that w hen we penned the fact referred
to. The moment that Democratic jiajiers,
that telegrajih, railroads and schools in
vade the unlettered strongholds of Radical
ism, an increase of Democratic votes, and
consequently an increase of enterprise and
intelligence, follow just as naturally
as an office-seeker of the jwlitical jiersuu
sion of our contcmrxrarj- follows thejmb
lic teat or commits any cither act that would
mantle the cheeks of a Democrat with
shame. We have only to jsiint to the forlorn
condition of such counties as Pojie and
Masac to vindicate the justice and truth of
what wc said, and we should desjmir of the
almost liojieless state of ourneighlmrs if we
did not rind consolation In that spread of
Democratic- faith and jirinciples. which
no ignorance, however nck-rib)ed and
rooted, can much longer withstand.
Wt hud fondly hoped that the flaunting
of the bloody shirt would lie confined to
the male memls rs of the Radical jiursua
sion. Hut it seems our heipe-s were in vain.
A band of Washington jiatriotesws. headed
by Grace Grcenwosl and Mary Clemmer.
have saturated one eif the mule garments
with gore, and threaten to mexicanize the
cenintry by Uaringjit aloft in their jirecious
little hands from Maine to California and
from the lakes to the gulf. They frantically
ajijieal to "the women of the country,"
"!b every city and town wmen fhoold call meet
lops, st which the hook rccltlni; the story of the
e hitholm trsjedy will he for sale, and at which
there shulild befM-akers who helleve that our (Jot-
eminent aould protect Its rltlens oo every tt of
the null where our flag floats;
who believe that the blood of a
man who lost his life heckute he wan faithful
to political duty should not sink luto I fie ground in
vain, and If the result of there incctiniff aud of the
circulation of the hook should he that all American
citizens should arrive at clearer views of the Mate
of their whole country snd of their political dutlet.
both ss citizens or the State and citlnens of the
lint Ion . then American women will have performed
s service to American voters In which every patriot
ic heart will rejoice. '
The de-ar souls should lie slow in inuking
haste. They may worry themselves into
hysterics; and that would fill the "jiatriotic
heart," irresM'( tive of jiarty eir creed, with
sadne ss. Hut, come what may, let us have
"the book." Let it lie. in verse an epic.
The sex glide into this form of literature us
easily as Wcgg declined and fell off tlie
Russian ciuirc. "The Issik" need lack
no thrilling situations, nor would it be
compelled to make any discrimination in
color; there is Eliza Pinkston; there was
Frances Thompson, the? Morton report,
Gen. Kiljiatrick, the whisky rings, rifle
chilis, returning boards, and White lea
guer, which, under u skillful hand, would
hurrow up a heart of udainant und till the
hind with sorrow. Hy all means give us
"the lusik." Let there be no vexatious de
lay iibnut it.
Mits. Se'ovii.i.K, a young, Chie'Hgo widow,
advertised for coiTosjmndciii'U "with u view
to matrimony Tom Moe)re, u waiter in'
Dcadwood hotel, wrote to her. Many let
ters passed iM tween them, they, exchanged
ihotogrii)hs, and at length agreed to mar
ry. The widow sja'ttt all her money in the
imrcbase ot u railroad ticket to Dcadwood;
but Tom had told he r that he was a pros
jierotis landlord, and so she felt easy as to
financial mutters. On he r arrival in Dead
weiesl, he confessed that he was only a
waiter. She broke off the engagement In
st ant ly, and . some generous persons gave
her money with which to get home,
I Frnnl tlie CnrSNrtiililla KrciI Prcut
Hon. .lOllli II. eiqrly, u'fVNaj $Alls0t!ixETljf,' M'
In training for Ihtf rues .for MvertiM two years
hence. Th DeWocnuJ, UtJjH nft.4ld lntf, U
"iniisni II" I""11 r mm uo worse. n iney reully
w ifh to ufccnd to power they niul put off bourhou
Urn and put on riidlculUm, They cuu do this ninru
eflecliiully hy shulvtuu tjier vlil-llmi iMll4ile-tlniu
politicians. Aid puttlllK tieforiMlie peoJ)1(Jyoilii(;iin(l
proKrusnivu uiuu. To this cla Mr. IJUerly bcloun.
To nominate him JoMiovernnr would bo to .rilxu u
terribly jinjvl.uiiKiBli thut old rnnss.bks, Dlu'er
haturs agilrbul (ywipiithli r(,,t)iittlep iru ti thu
NIHto of Itlluofstrii thouAilid siinurv-toe'd, Hepuli
Means who would rally uround und support Mr,
Olterly. K)Huklui( Ar ourself, wu should be pMiiil,
to null IU name to our must beud auel Birt Lra) u
rordlal. ln nrty support. ' ' '.
AND STII.L THKY ceiME.
Krom thu I'ariucuh Sun.
Sluce the return of John II. Oberly to the edllorlal
harness THk I'aiho Hi li.ktis has vnstly Inijirovi'd
uml U now one ol thu spiciest, ulilust DeiiiiKrulle
jourualr In lllluuls.
From the llcutou Suudurd.
There Is an lutiiixe fiihclniitlon for u leiirncd mind
in the pattesofthe revived Caiiio Hi'm.ktiw. Tho
eilitoriulf cover avurt ruu'e of subjects, and iu Iheir
coiiKtruciloii exhibit much murveloiis knowleili'.
Their W no doubt In the world but that thu Hon.
John II. Oberly has at some period of his life at
tended school. We may uild that It lt probuble he
studied a little while he was at school. Alro. that
he possessed much natural t'culus before he sturted
ou a pilrimiie after knowledge, and thai with u
keen coniprehenlou that S "little Uuruiou Is a
dullLMTollH thllof." h(; tilted the ltniii.M tt.tf il
bucket" of the rural academy bottom slild tmuiilf f
at one sweet draught tCMik In ull the wisdom con.
ccrnlni; men und things with which the world
abounds. Whether gently toying with thu John
tofun mutacheof tirpby" 'ountaln, smoothln
Hie ruffled feathers of Ikey I'lenimenp. or klckluj; in
the diaphragm of the Arirue-Jouniul man. there U
still revealed the same remurkuble fund of infor
mation, w ith the same rich vein of humor flashing
out. like veins of silver and pildund pM'lous stouen
throw iuii out the sheen of their wealth amonu the
solid adamant nf cloud cupped mouutaius. We are
plad John has uncorked his Ink bottle. The press
of Poutheru Illinois will huvu u rare model from
which to copy editorial beauties. It will increase
the sale of book. We will see each wii k as thu
Bcu.KTiN conns to our tables, loaded w ith IibltuiiI
riches of intellect, like a tlucly arranged bouquet of
exotics, how much of the sunshine of lovliuess
flows fr m a happy quotutlou skillfully injected luto
au article, aud with what awful power u quill
can be shou d If It Is only oiled by Bacon genera
tions old. Keally. we ure more pleased than we
ran express to sec the great iuiprovemeuts madu in
the Uri.ltTis, und because we recognize in the
head that guides the hand that counstructs the ar
ticles for that paper a cultivated lulod. we wish it
all the success that geuius deserves. If the Demo
crats of Southern Illinois want an intelligent, w ill v
swake, readable paper, that is chuik full of news
and good thiujs, let them subscribe lor Tut Caiiio
FROM WILLIAMSON COUNTY.
"kEWANEK'' SMITH MAKES A TALK THE
KAKMEKS IN HM Sl'lKlTS THE DEMO
CRACV (IE EnANk I.I.N.
Marios, III., Muy 28, 17h.
Knun our own cornspondt nt.
The M. E. Church Js ojde of this jdace
have just finished a jmrsonage for their
The general health of the jieople of our
county is goes!, though there are ut prese nt
a few case s of jtueumeinia in differe nt localU
Harve-st commenced in emr county the
tirst of this week. A larpe nutnlH-r of
reujiers have ken sold here this sring,
und the farmers feel confident that the yield
of gruin will be amjily large to justify the
Our farming cnmniunitie s are in tine
sjiirits, and they jmy no attention to
the faNe alarm of tlie Nationals,
Grcenbuckcrs, Communists, what-lo-you-call-them,
that their homes are
Hsin to lie swallowed up by the monoMilist
and money shark.
News coms to this jilace that the De
li ioe racy of Franklin county held a conven
tion at Henton on Saturday, the 25th. for
the Jiurpose nf selecting delegates to the
senatorial convention of the 4tb district,
at the same jilace, em the 25th of June; und
that the de legate s we-re instructed to cast
their votes for Dr. J. S. Norman for Rejin
w ntjttive fiver Hon. W. S. Cantreil. This
very much disjilcases the Williamson De
mocracy, all of whom were stremgly in fa
vor of Cantreil in jire ferenif to Norman.
"Kewanee" Smith, a big gun of the
Greenbackers. was in our city ou last Fri
day, and made a sjasech at the court heiusc
to uUmt one hundred peojile. He talked,
and stamjK'd, and swore, and U-at the ilesk
for an liour and u half; but, during all his
noise, it was evident that his remarks were
a it calculated to "set the wesids afire." lie
qtiit three or four times before he got
through, aud finally took his seat with his
tongue still wagging. In the evening he
made another speech, und jiroceeeled to "or
ganize." The jilatform was read, and an
eijijiortuiiity was given t') "Jim," where
ujMin the enormous nuinlsr of
five milk-and-water fossils swallowed the'
bait. The Greenback organization may be
a gisal thing, but somehow or othe r it
didn't "lake" here.
J. F. C.
Have Yor a Cot tiii. That dry hack
ing cough is the herald of apjirouchiiig con
sumption. To check the swift jirogrt ssof
the destroyer, jirnmpt and decisive measures
must be restored to. A dose of Dr. Morris'
Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and llorehniirid,
taken when 'he coughing spells conic on,
will afford immediate relief, and eventually
effect n thorough cure. Il will be found
eeiuully bene ficial in all forms of throat and
lung disorders. Jn , s(. ,,f croup it js f
ineMimiible value, ('all at the drug store
of Barclay Brothers and inquire about it;
they will furnish you with a trial size hot
tie for 111 cents. A h.rgesize 50 cents and
Also agents fr I'.of. Purkcr's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, whieh never fuils. Pleasant
to take, and requires tin physic, It'icc 25ets.
pAKTicn.Au, attention given to wrapping
pajier, slat.s, pencils, at Pyatt A CtVs.,
Twelfth und Washington avenue.
I V KXCURSION. $
TJIK J OSSKXCUHSIOJ
7J Miles Ihiwnli(MiTsissnpl,
.- ' 1 U ' ' I .'. t i
WION KTKAMKIt f
' . f I l',(.,Vfcf''(
LEAVES CAIIIO ' ''
Satui'cluy,.Iuiie l,at I'Jm.;
(ol.l'Mlil S und BELMONT, S JVM. J
Hick uni n. :) p ni. : arriving al New Mmlrlil ut S p. in.
Kctuinlnir. leave New Madrid al 7 p.m.;
II U t hi it ii. ti p.m.; Coluni bus unu
111 llnolll, U p ni.,
ARRIVING AT CAIRO AT 1 P. M. ;
MaKIM. LAMll.M.S at
Fillmore, Iy N'm-liilk, .Mo ami
Turr'ti uml JNlcuclly'st JiiiiiUiihh,
TWO HANDS OF Ml SIC OX HOARD.
ttKiire for Hound Trln. lucludlnL' Ilcln shnn nts.
1 1 .lli Meals. Mice ills extra.
We go to New .Madrid in Duvlluht and guurunten
a good time. ;. ,1. (.'HAMMER, Muster.
JAMKS ItlCieiS. Ticket Agent.
THE DAILY HI I.LETIN.
TTiTTTTrpKNTII YE All.
The Cairo Hiillelin ei,t, rs upon ils
llll 1111 tenth year with a complete new
ii ii inittit and a i!i terniinutioii to make
..,,., , It In all respeits wurihy the support
II llllll H of its pairous.
11 II :
ivrr K l'ti''lislied Every
MiiND.Ws EM E1TEH.
I: wlllembrare in i'.s colnnins daily
A A A
of such character as we trust shall
prove the equal of the cheapest and
tusi ot our lonteuiporaries.
The POLITICAL CAMPAIGN'
now uenilitt is one of gn at import-
. . v Pnv, ,urH.MH l,t ll,lU Jl II ,:II1H
1-1. lunu Mate aspects: a full e 'miens.
JJ iunal ii I, x'Aiion will he chosen; a
. . l.i L'islature is to Im' ele u d w hit h
" iwill ilcli rniine the sueressor to Hon.
Jd L ' "igleshy iu the lulled Mali s
iimmi jSeliate. Hellevini.' thl' success of the
i,l.l.J,l,l,Jv Id hum riilic party Ui In- essential to
'Ihe iiiklntalimm'i' ol good guviru
sriinn nt. the Hulli lln will alwaisbe
111 ill found adviM-atiiig Its nuasiires' anil
YY YV ilaburing lor the sucu-sS of Its repre-
ihle euils everv In Uiiierat should cj-
Jerl bin se f in (lis. i iniuiilillg the
trutii- ol bis party, and in no way
rian this be more eflectually iloiii
ihi.li hi the circulation of his home
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE.
SI BM RIBE AT ONCE.
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE.
SI BM RIBE AT ONCE.
M'BSCRIBE AT ONCE.
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE.
The Daily Bulletin
is served to i -it v subscribers be cur
riers al TW ENTVH VE ( EN'l S p. r
week, payable weekly.
Hy mail lu advanrei: one vear.
!10; six months. r,; three moiilhs,
j one month. 1. Postage free.
first insertion, per square .fl.Oti
Subswju. nt Inserilons ."si
Kor one week, per square a (
For two weeks, per square 4 .VI
For three Weeks, lier sfiimr,. III
T T T
iForoiif month, per square T in
r.ai n aunuionai square 4. Hi
Eight lines of nonpareil (solid)
constitute a square.
Displayed advertisements will be
i hnrired according to the space, al
above rates-there being twelve lines
of solid type to the inch.
To regular advertisers we nflcr su
perior Inducements, both as to rales
ol eharL'cs ami manner of displaying
.Notices Inloiul columns inserted
for twi uty cents per line lirsi Inser
tion! ten rents per line for each sub-
Special notices Inserted lor tell
( cuts per line lor Mrst insertion : live
cents lor each subsequent lu-crtion.
Notices of deaths and iniirriuu'es
twelilv cents per Mile.
All letter and and communicutlous
should be addressed lo
The Cnii'o Htillctin
N N N
JNO. II. eiHKIILY, (ieti'l M.inuger.
The, .lob Olfiee.
' We have purchased the Latest Miyles of type, have
procured the services of Expert Printers und lire
1.0 pn pared to do All Kinds or Job I'rliitlnt'ln the
RKATTY I'lalio, Organ: best, par Look for
startling Bcws. Organs. Vi stops. f:A; Pianos
only ilMi. cewt ftMi. Circular free. D. T. Beat
ty, Washington, K.J,
Cairo, 111 i iioIm.
W. I', HAI.I.IDAY, I'resldmit. , ,
II. L. MALI. IMA V. Vice rresldcut. .
WALTEII IIVsl.ol', cashier.
. STAATS TAVI.OK. W. V. pAUJIiAV.
IIKNIir I,. IIALI.IIIAT, ' II. II. ITNMMIIIAJI,
ll.il. WII.UAMHl.N, STU'IIS.N lilllll,
Jl. II. CAM'KK.
F.x'cliangp, Coin ami United Stnte Ilonds
UOL'iilJT AND bul.D. ,
Deposits rcuriud and a general bankli.ii btisluess
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coimneicirtl Avenue ami Eighth Street,
' CAlllll, ILLINOIS.
K. IIIIOSS. I'tesidellt.
P. N F.FF. VI. e President,
II. W KI.I.S. ( ashler.
7. J. KEKTII, Asslstunt Cashier.
Dill El Tons :
. Hrosa, Cairo: Wlllium KIiil'c. Cairo;
I'cter Nell'. Cairo: William W'oll. ('iiro:
A. Misurlka. Cairo; Jl. L. Hillinnslfv, St. Louis;
K. Under, Cairo; E. II. lirlnkinaii. St. I Is;
II. Wells, Cairo; J. Y. ieiuaou, tulceinhia.
t l.ENEIIAL HANElNrtlll SINFSS DONE. Ex.
V change soW and boucht. Inleresl I n i In the
Savings lieparinieiit. (ollcctions made and ail
hiisiness proniptly altenned In.
JANTEJU'RISE SAVINGS HANK',
Charte red March 31. Iliti',1.
OFFICE IX CITY .NATIONAL BANK,
( llil'O, IllinoiH.
INTEREST paid on deposits Marts 1st and Sep
tember 1st Interest not wtthdrawo is aJded im-
nii ilitileiy to the principal of the deposits, thereby
Fiving tbe'm compound iuterest.. '
t" Ctilldrsn und married wubicd may deposit
ninney and ou oi else eau draw It.
WALTER 1IYSL0P, Tiieaschhi.
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVklls & Kkih-ii,
Royal Canadian :(:;,rv;:
Xli'lL.i illn ' 'in' una Marine (Mil. Mile. N. J
.'1 lilt Jilt , Asset.. $1.4iitT M.
.Of New Vork e iivi.
Assfts. . .... SM'i.lgK Hi,
I'llWitl "Of I'hllad. lphia: esiabllshi d in i
IllOll , Assets, f-ltung in.
idf Daiion. it .
sset. lin. CM !.
(iennaiilAs.,,, ",f K,,:!.",r,:''Vtv,s-v,
KlsKS W' KITTEN AT FAIll li.MKs.
Otfi. in A U'XitiiiliT 'ininty Hunk.
Kor any leuglh of time, ihe tWo ston- bri' k residence
on Twenty-third street and Holhrook svtiue iforin
i rlv iKi upiedby f Cuhli ciintaliiliig nine rooms
and a cellar, with stable. w.i.mI shed. etc.. all in rirst
class style and arranged in ih- mil ronvenii nl
iiiannef Also a large store room, sltuuted at No
SO Ohio Lcvrc. r.il feet.
EohSalk. A buggy, harness, u. aim. u No. 1
For further particulars Inquire of
A. I'. MCIIKohUFK. Agent.
No. seiotili, Levee.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX 'J'HK CJTV.
GOODS SOLI) VKKV CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I.
Commercial Ave., )'
C. O. P ATI Eli .So CO.
IiYEIXW AND HEN(VATI(i.
youu OLD CLOTHES
CAN UK llEACTiri'l.l.V
DVKD OR HEPAIHKI)
At a Trifling Kpcnse-C. o. I.
(HAS. SHELLEY, NO. 36 EIGHTH ST.
pg Ladles' snd Oeuts' bid hsti nisdc new.
T'-. h li ii.'. jji
Decorations for Antique I'ot-
terv, China, (.lass and other
Ware; (.old and Silver Paper,
Tissue and (.lazed Tajier, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors aud
and Shades; .Mould jug Tools;
Silver and other AVire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors, Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, fine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Dooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths, White, Walnut, and
For all these tr to Harolij V.
Bald Heads. Attention !
Carboline at 1 Jaivki vf
riain and Fancy Stationery;
Papateries in large Variety,
attractive for their lU-auty,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning rapeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools and Legal Cap Pa
pers; Envelopes, Pens, Pencils ;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax ami
Wafers of the Olden Time:
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rublwr Lands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un
til You have Seen and Triced.
For ull then' iro to Barclays'.
(irav Hairs !
Now's Your Chanct; !
C'aKKOLINK AT P.Mlf LAYS'.
Luhin's, Atkinson's and all
InilKirted and American Per-'
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Bottle and in
Bulk, co to Barclay'.
Handrufi'Oiit ! IVme !
Cai'holino at J axvluV.
If you w ant a little VarnMi,
Furniture Polish, Linseed Oil,
Turrentine,White Lead. Paint
or Colors of anykind. a White
wash Prush, Paint or Varnish
Hrush, Stove Illacking. Shoe
Dressing, Sewing Machine Oil,
or any of un Hundred other Articles
in Daily Use, iro.to Barclajs' Bine
Store, cither on the Levee or on W'a.h
iiiirton Avenue, uml Oct Whut You
Want ut Prices to Suit the times.
Carboline lor the Toilet.
Feather Dusters. Ostrich and
In very Lurire Variety hihI ut Bottom
Trices. Ask a ud Sec ut Barclays',
'.Hare lav w' i tho .1 Mace.
Buy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Broiuo Chloralum,
'ow is thi' Time on ,'hose Goods to buy
Choap at Barclay -g.