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'Cairo Dulictiu. Cairo. Illinois." '
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HFKICIAL PAPER O? ALEXANDER t Ol'NTY.
M.n. Ilarrotl, Juditor.
A. MKicmo hits been hold' in Cincinnnti
to tithe bttpH toward rusislin Arehbibhop
rnrc-.-U out of his iin-.xneinl difficulties. It
wui decided to hold collections next Sun
day at the different church f, and turn t'.te
hubscriptions over to His Grnce. One of
ihe Archbishop's church officials s:tys that
$100,000 will fully cover It is liabilities, and
there is no doubt but tlntt tho money will
Capital will now have conG-iencc. It
will go out and 8'ee whom it may devour. It
will usk for itself no UKury. Capital hits
been modest mid retiring just hncuuso the
jircss has been inclined to bother John
Bhcrmim. Hut cow it will offer itself for
i-ix, five and four per cent for it has con
fidence. If any man is unfortunate nnd
wt.nts to borrow let him o to capital and
fcbk, and sit! if he can get it on less security
than he us-jd to before resumption. Blissful
Tns streets of Omalni nro one hundred
feet ia width, and if anybody thinks that
rich a great width to streets is desirable,
h'.' must not call any of the citizens of Omaha
to the witness Bland to prove the fact.
They would swear "to tho contiary, quite
the reverse." They find them very expen
sive to p;rade and pave, and correspondingly
expensive to maintain. Men and teams that
won'd give a sixty-foot street an air of bus
iness, would convey the opposite impression
if seen on a street a hundred feet in width.
For thes3 and other reasons tho city coun
cil of tho place is duscuvtiiri;,' the propriety
of narrowing them down to sixty and
The now Indian policy, advocated upon
tho stump by Judgo Allen, during tint hist
congressional campaign, seems to be excit
ing public discussion, and may, after all,
prove tho solution of the Indian problem.
It is: First, That tho Indians hi made citi
zens of the United Slates, amenable to fed
eral laws, and competent to serve us jurors
in the United States courts. Secondly,
That Uaitud Su.te-s courts be established in
the territory occupied by tho Indians, 1o
pos':(,s both criminal and civil jurisdiction.
This much Judge Allen urged with givat
ability, insisting thai if the I.idian commit
ted a larceny, he should b'j s;nt to the pen
itentiary; if he committed a murder, he
hould bj hang ;d. In other words, be
hould be r' gard :d and treated an white
men arc, and compelled, by tho stern, inex
orable inundates o. tho law, to behave him
self. Wo do not know that Judge Allen is
tho author of this policy; but before he ad
vocated it from the stump, W3 had aver
seen it mentioned in t.'io public prints. To
tho propositions ubovo stated, the sub-coin
mitteo on nfiYirs in thu Indian territory
has add :? another, which is this, that the
buds now lidd in common shall be equit
ably divided and held iu severalty, but in
alienable for a stated number of years. A
bill for a law, covering all these proposi
tions, has lice.i dralled, and w ill, before the
final adjournment, by introducd into tlu;
A II A IU) RO.YiJ TO TKAVEL
The New Lr)):;lutii) moiety, tf New York
gtie u dinner recently, ut which Secretary
Hliertnsn said, in refp-irj'! to n toast, that
"resumption hid b i n a hard road to travel,
uud had b''n reaelic l through difficulty
nnd much suffering." A ad for once, there
bjlnij no in itiv.' to do otherwise, the Sec
retary told thn truth. II namption hat, in-
died, boon LmJ road to tmvel." The
roadls str'w.i on t ilher sldi) by the wrecks
of thoiM.tads of fortunes. 0.t cither side
lire row of idlo factories and silent machine
thmv.. Thcro th'iusinds of unid'V
t'nwis uloutf tin terriul hi;; .way. daunt
fnrms of hungry mon, women and children
emerge from cheerless huts strewn all along
the wayside. . Idlo laborers and mechanics,
tens of thousands of them, who have re
solved themselves into purposeless tramps,
now fill tho "hard-roud-to-travcl" from end
to end. Coming Into it from nil points can
beseun honest, hard-working men, with
their ragged dependants from over whoso
heads thu humble shelter has byon sold by
tho merciless money lender. Monuments
of misiry, wretchedness, starvation, woo
and crinn are tho mile posts, and the end
what? Timo must prove, for ns yet
we arc without even a stand-point of specu
lation. A STUPENDOUS (10UGIXO GAME.
It is u most grave and serious charge that
the New York Sun prefers against our Re
publican Secretary of the Treasury ; ami tho
worst feature of tho afftir is that the Sun
supports its charge by facts that are tit once
forcible and convincing. The charge is
nothing less serious or damaging than that
Mr. Sherman has become deeply interested
as an owner in the First National bank of
Nw York, has placed his intimate friends
at the head of it, given it the use of
003,000 of government funds, without in
terest, and made it the agent for the sale of
the 4 per cent, bonds, ut a compensation of
"5 cents for every hundred dollars, or
ifoViOO for every millnn dollars it nuiy dis
pose of it. Just how princely piles of
money can be made out of this agency, the
Sua di.schs'S, somewhat as follows: The
bank credits the government on its books
with any given sum of money, nnd sends its
order to the secretary for a like amount of
4 per cent, bonds. It is not necessary to
convert the a.1 ootids into money. The bunk
ree.::iv.'9 say li.0i;0,0'J0 in bonds, with its
$1.j7,'500 as commi.sMoiis. The cashier thm
securely lays i'u bonds away in his vaults,
lets them li'i tlr.-i six mouths, then clips
off the coup-.ns, prest-nis them ut the treas
ury, and receives his $9 J'1,000 in gold ! Of
course the treasurer has no use for the
money that stands todiis credit, and thus,
without the uss of it single dollar in actual
cash, and without subjecting himself to any
legi.I responsibility, is the bank owner en
abled to swindle the government out of
$ 1,0.7,500 the first six months, and !)(,0,
000 every six moii'hs thereafter, pending
the iieUt'it salj nnd delivery ut the bonds to
bona fide purchasers.
Into a monstrous scheme of this character
has tho Secretary of the Treasury entered,
and yet from no Republican sheet in the
country comes a single word of reproof or
. ,..iwn. n is it iMn.-jm.i u, stupen
dous swindle that congress cannot and dare
not close its eyes upon.
CAIT. EADS AND HIS ASSAILANTS.
No prominent man in the country is the
object of more venomous and causeless as
saults than Captain James 15. Ends. Kcason
ab'c, even severe critici-ms of his thorny re
specting lh Mississippi river, and of his
plan fir the improvement of that stream,
were to be expected, an I, indeed, were in-
viled; but the Ciipl.iiu having completely
upset all the arguments and objections
used m that behalf, and brought confusion
upon the authors of them, that sort of warfare
seems to be abandoned, and a resort made
to tho most shameless, unhesitating and
slanderous personal abuse and villilication.
Every assault made upon his theories
brought upon his assailants the most com
plete and humiliating repulse: and the as
saults now being m ule upon bis honesty
and integrity as a man, have resulted, so far,
in nothing but disaster to the assailants.
Captain E-ids is, in a great in eisiire, ''pub
lic property.'' The public, and csp'cally
of tho Mississippi valley, iim-t ever regard
hi;,i as a itreat pu'tiic benefactor, and, hav
ing full faith in the utility and practicability
ot his plan for deepening the channel of the
Mississippi river, and for bringing into pro
fitable us'i tho millions of acres of now
worthies lauds that lie upon tho banks of
that stream implicitly relying upon his
ability to achieve these great ends, the
people view, with mingled feelings of in
dignation and strong resent mi nt, the at
tempts being made to break him down. In
no other man or plan have the people of the
Mississippi valley equal confidence, and, al
though ihey see the darts of malignity,
jealousy and personal hate, drop harmlessly
at his feet, they can not repress a feeling of
exosp-ration toward thoB:.' who so persist
eutly shoot them.
Hus Captain Eads barred the road to the
United States treasury, with obstacles which
those gentlemen who have rival plans for
improving the Mi-sissippi, cannot sur-
mount? If Dot, who else has an interest in
stripping him of t Intruder and influence?
W confess Hint wo don't know, and can
framu no reasonable conjecture.
Tho latest assault upon tho Captain's pri
vsu character comes from fit. Louis, tho
loundatlon fir which is distorted material
dutj up from thu debris of the defunct Na
tional Dank of Miss mil.
His nsHtiilant in thii ease, c barges first,
j that "twelve year ago, Captain Ei.ds,
; working with' a capital of brains only,
j mided uud uptur d the Haul: of Missem I,
CAIRO BULLETIN;! TUESDAY MORNING, JAMJARY 7, 1879.
whose stock at that time, was worth for
purposes of investment, f 1,50." ' la an
swer to this chargo tho Captain shows that,
ut the stime stated, lie had, m addition to
his capital of brains, an actual tangible
property capital, the issues of which yielded
him $72,585.00 per annum. And as to the
stock, it was worth precisely what it would
bring on the market, which was $150 cash,
instead of $1! 50.
Tho next ch irge is that Captain Eads
"captured the bank that he might use its
cnpilal in building the St. Louis bridge."
Tho absurdity and utter falsity of this
charge will appear when we state, what is a
well known fact, that the bridge, at that
time, had notjeven been thought of. It was
subsequently built with money subscribed
by New York and St. Louis capitalist ; and
instead of being a diuw-hack to the bank,
was the heaviest depositor, having, nt one
time, as much as $3,'JOO,000 on d-posit.
And so on, throughout the whole cata
logue of charges. Every one of them is
shown to be malicious y dL-ioited facts,
or malicious falsehoods.
Eut no charge made b;tr iy-i sueh bitter
enmity to tl.e Captain as tlu fact that the
assault was made ut a time when the Grand
Jury of St. Louis was investigating the
affairs of the br.nk. It was manifestly the
purpose, in choosing such a time, to unduly
influence tho minds of the jurors, nnd to cre
ate a public sentiment that would djtn.md
the indictment ofthebankdirjetors, Captain
Eads among the rest. Eut never before
did a purpose so signally fail. The inves
tigation proceeded, witnesses were t xur.in
cd, and all the old rubbish of the defunct
establishment thoroughly overhauled; but
nowhere could there be found any indica
tion of villainy or wrong-doing on the part
of Captain Eads, upon which to base an
indictment. An examination, wholly cx
porte, stimulated by five newspaper columns
of grave accusations and red-hot personal
abuse and villilication of and against Cap
tain Eads, discovered no evidence of fraud,
no act that could bo tortured into even a
seeming violation of lawnothing that
Captain Eads would, had he a choice in the
matter, have kept from the. eyes of the pub
lic. And now, what next? Humphreys,
Cowdan and other gallant knights of the
quill, all made dashes at the quiet, unpre
tending Captain, but were as completely
overthrown as was the famous hero of
Duleinea del 'fob so in his combat with
the whirling wind mill. Uut the f ate of
these gentlemen, sorry and humiliating 1.8
it was. did not deter other knights of the
quill from essaying an assault from wioli.er
quarter. The Captain could not be over
thrown by argument, it was clear, and
hence the assault upon dim with the weap
ons of personal hate, pervnal abuse nnd
personal resentment. How completely these
last and less scrupulous assailants were un
horsed and laid prone upon the earth by
the keen lanee of the Captain's, Truth, is
only faintly indicated in what we have
here-in-bcf ire written. Profiting by the
experience of their predecessors th'-y sen
sibly entered the lists under unknown
names that th y might be spared the jeers
that follow failure. Tiny came on in thin
armor, were terribly and disastrously r
pu!s -d, and must "grin nnd bear it," if a
discriminating world tel's them so. And
now, who next?
THE MOST DIABOLICAL CHIME OF
THE 1'Jth CENTUKY.
11 cent details in connection with the
burning of Mitchell tunl Ketchum by a
Nebraska mob, for the nlleged crime, of
lioiy. stealing, picture the act as the iiio,-t
diabolical and heartless piece of cru dty
tint blackens the annals of crime. It has
no counterpart in the tti"st horrible Indian
nus-aerosof the 18th century, mid scarcely
a parallel in the older times when the in
genuity of the rulers were much given to
the work of inventing' new and horrible
modes of torture tomak ) n"n of refractory
minds think within prescribed theological
The burned and charred bodies of the
two victims, put away in a shallow grave,
were recently exhumed and conveyed to
K larney, where they were kept on view
several days, during the investigations of
the coroner's jury. They were mutilated
beyond recognition. The mob had luing
them up by the neck nnd wrists, saturated
them with oil, and then applied the match 1
Their cars and arms were burned off, and
their roasted bodies full of gr -at piping
gashes that ha I been inflicted by knives
in the hands of the devils wdio gave them
stubs for their groans, and blows mid
cuwH for their entreaties lor mercy.
Thu newspaper published in tho town of
Kearney, near which this terrible scene was
enacted, says that no imagination ein pic
ture the reality as presented by the loath
s Mtte, sickening remains, and the facts that
have come to light touching the torture of
tho victims. '
As we have said, the damnable tuldng-off
of these two in'-n finds no parallel in tho
history of American or even Imtbarian hor
rors.' It stands us n dark stain upoa the
escutcheon of Nebraska -u disgrace to her
people, a horror in the sight of all civilized
beings. To thu dead no reparation can bo
made; but tho people of Nebrasku owe it
to themselves, tho officials of tho ctato owe
it to their commonwealth to exhaust all tho
means, all th6 ingenpity at their command,
in bringing tho black-hearted 'devils guilty
of tho horrible crime, to a speedy and ter
rible punishment. Though each individual
member of the mob hud a thousand lives,
tho forfeiture of all of them would not
atone for the crime, or w ash out the damned
spot the hellish tragedy hits 'placed upon
the name of Nebraska. Something can be
done, however, and to that something the
p ople of Nebraska should now bestow
Tuts is to give notice that all citizens
troubled with a Cough or Cold should at
onc.'t procure a bottle of Dr. Bud's Cough
Syrup. Price 25 cents.
Vt'iiv will you stiff ir with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can g -t at our stores
Sliiloh's Sytem Yitalh-.cr which we s,ll on
:i positive guarantee to cure you. Trite
Mcts. and 7 ) cts. For sale by Barclay
1). I. C.
Is an n'.icolutf nnd Irredi Mblc cure for
enni-sx. Intenipmeiu nnd the ne of Opium. To
bacen, .Nuri'ilUn uud StinuilnntK. reinovln? all
taste, desire and lialiit of nxiug any or tliem,
reiidcrlna Hie tui-te or def tre for tliem perfectly
odiiiiiH i:nd ilin-junlmi,'. C.hliiKCvuryone perfect
uud lrrlenl-'tiitile coiitrnl (f lUe sobriety of them
Btlv. sund tin Ir liieniN.
l! prevent-: t!;at I'.bsolute plili-lcr.1 and moral
prostration that f'dlo-.n the nidileu breaking of!
'".fail tiHinii HtiinulnntK or nureotsc.
i'li k.i-'e. prepaid, tn cure 1 to 5 prmon, 82.
(..rut yunr llni-Wra, $1.15. Teinperuute ttui!
ciiarituule nicietieK hl.oulil ni-e it.
ll la hnrmlen! aud never Tillon;.
HOP U11TKKS JH'a. CO., Hole Aseiits,
The Hop Couh Cure
Dcttrnya all teiln. loimenii the cottsh, quiets the
nerves'und produce rerl. it never tuiU in per
I'ornilutra perfect cure where there is a rhauow
'1'rv it onrc and you will faid It o
FOI. SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A GREAT OFFER FOR
I-IOLT.J3 A.YS ! ! !
We will during the lil.'I.IIJAVS dipie of PKI
PIANOS and uliiiANS ut KX I'HAUliUIN Al'.Y
LOW prieen for cuMi. Splendid Oreiiiii. - 3 5 fKn
of reeilK, Jr5. a rein with Sub hue toiil Couple.- fc'fl
a m-tH S.V. 1 et $ 10, I M t $',:. 1 leliive all Itoi-vwooJ
l'hiiioM sl:n. " I a a.i 81-to. n.-irniuieil for slX ; enr.
A'ifvis W.istku. I!lnir:i!i il iHlnloencn .Mailed.
1 ll it- lit liulf price. IloliACK U ATKltft A MNS.
Jlunul'actuicrH und Ueulem. iiai-t 1-llh St. N. V,
WH.lTKMJSKVr ST. L0LIS I'JlVsK I.V.NS SAY.
PkCvKNm-itg oy Malahia.- Colden' I ielilii'ii
KMr. ( of I! 'I'iiih! T"i:ie Invlcorntur l vtry
n-ro-iitile article nf (Met. ami particularly uselul
when tiiii'i-H are required, beiiic tub ruled Win n
other furniK of aiiiMiii food are r.-Jeited. In l)l-
'-l-l it. H.ilur.-l L.,...T, '!,.- ia v..
eterv (lepn Ni-in' iii-i am. ll" uj will be a'tcndi "!
willi'yre it advMiil.itv. W e have pr-i-cribed It with
I'.icelleiit miuckh: J . II . J.i-nli", M. 1). ; ii. II. Copp,
M. V.; S. It. l'l-HMjim. M. 1).; H. A. Vauelm. M. '.:
Ijr-i. S. L. und.l. C. Nididet: Win. Poru-r M It..
and many other. Su:d by nil liru'inli-and Oru
KJ Matthew Jl.ile's Now Book.
1 AO proiiiineiit pertniia-men arid women an
a!v. e. Sreel portraits nf A. T. V'l'l.'VV I ''I'
Vl'.-:iii.l'.uil.T, liKNNtiT. etc Llj ' ail 1
l'lii-r i.-ntion of the fen'on. Now is the time lor
V ( ' h' ' '" "'' lire territory. Addrena lot
in aei'iicy i-irc'iliira it lid teriim.
i hi- r'.i'un Piibilhlony Co. Its Kaiidolph tt., (.'hicn;-ii
pfiSITIVKLY CL'ItKI), the werntciinenirtlielMn'.'.
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A ILL NOT llKNia iT. A Mir.ple bottle live 1
!i ii ilreKi-lim J. K. DlliULt-.l-., Cheiuii-t, Olliu
I t.roadwii), New York.
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fi elitu-i", qm't in r I tcV'. ir. it il W
a '.-' i,f weiiiiii.ij teal r.itrtr 'I ill bcil luUaccl
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t ''llA proltiHon tf1 iMvm' Invrntmeiit of (21
Ol'Vn; ! Western L'nlon. Novembirii OIW
l'rojKii tlnnut return even week on Mock options of
jJI, tTil, -' JPH'. fNAJ.
"Itir. il t ;,ort and ('Ire'lliir-. Kree. AddnH.
T. I uitmi Winirr it Co.. L'iniki!iF,i Wall St., N. Y.
(;I:NTS WAXTlil).-Kor Ihe l-t and fnstest
1 n-lllne Pii tori il Honk and flililes. Prices re
duced :',.) per cent. Address Nat. Pdb. Co., Chlcinjo.
:,f"A I) AY In Airentii rnnvns'siiie lor the Pno.stii
. t-iTiiit. I i-rniH anil outtil iiee. Address, P
i K IvKIt , Aiitusln. Maine.
)FANC'Y CAIfDS. with name. lOr., plain or (.'"Id.
-''AltiiI onlllt, inc. Ii;l stvl'-s. Hull A Co.,
lludsnii, N. Y.
)) Mixed i-iirib., Snowlliike. Ditiiutsk. At. No two
alike, wllh naine. l"c
J. k inkier A Co.,
Niish in, N . V.
( MIXHP CAlllJS. wllh minie, 10 cents, put's
l'1-1 out tit lUtN. L. Jones A Co , Nii-.-hi, NY.
TO ADVl.liTlLIwIM.-Seiid fiirmir Hclert I.Nt of
Local Newspaper. Sent frM! uii application, Ad
dress (iLa P. KO W I.I.I. A CO., lUsipruce M..N. Y.
Obtained for new- Invention, or fur Improvements
on old ones; for meilli al urutttvr compounds, irmla
murks and IiiIh'Ik. Caveats, A"sl;tiinetils, Inter
leieiices, Appeals. Hulls fur ltiftiii:enieit, and
all cit"es ariiiiiR under the. Patent Laws, prompt
ly nttemted to. - Invention thai have hero
1 V I VI ''I1 1' I ''J' 110 fulfill (ilhce n.ay nill.
ll HI I A el 1 1 17 , niost cases, bo luituecil by
ua. Iletnu nppusito the V. t. 1'alTl DesartniiMil.
and rn(eed In Pah nl Luslncs encliislvely. we can
nnike r.iiser n-nn li-s, linu "i-iin: ruier is euire
promptly, b nil with I roader rlalins, tin.u ilune- who
i, m reiuoiu Iroiu usbliinioii.
i vvii'V'rni j '"' a""'1'1 br 'to'ifii '
111 I lil I Vlloyour devhe; wu U.iiUe ex
I'mli.iillons rial udvlse n to pateiitnblllly. Iiee of
idiiire. All rorres;iomlcuc strntly ciiiilldeiiilal.
J'rlees low, nint no ( linriie unless Piifenl I sei nn d.
Wo r"ler in Unlilij?tiii. to Umi, I'oslinn.ter
Oeiiernl ll. V. Key, Itcv. I". U. Power, Tic i rniiiii
Aineneiili Natloniil I nlil', to ulllelul In tin- I', M.
1' no nl Ol'li-e, a: 'I to Hi-tiatnts anil Itepreseiilullu s
III ('tii.irressi nlid ipeelii!iv iiin,r flbl l In uverj
Ntntu III the L'lilini ui.il in ('anail'i. Addless .
C. A. SNOW i: CO.,
Opods'ilc l'al.-.iUCtco, Wiiililiulon. I). C.
LEXANDEH COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. imOSS, President.
P. NEFK, Vlco-Preaidont.
H. WELLS, Cashier.
T. J. KtKTII, Assisuint Carblcr.
F. Dross, Cairo; William Klupe. Talroj
Peter Neff, Cairo; William Woir, Cairo;
C, M . Osterloh, It. 1. Hllllii.'-lcv, St. Louis;
K. Dudcr. Cairo; J. V. Cleiutou, Caleduula.
Cbaa. O. Pa tier,
A GENERAL BANKING BLHINEK8 DONE. Kx
chanresold and boui(ht, Interest paid iu Uie
havlus Department. Collection!, niadii and ail
bualuess promptly attended to.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. IIALLIDAY, PrwliVnt.
II. L. HA 1 I.IDA Y. Vlce Prenldrut.
WALTLK Hi SLOP, Caehlcr.
S. STA..T8 TAYLOH, W. F. IIAI.LHIAT,
11 1. Ml V L. IIAtXIIlAV, II. II. Rl-NNIMIUAM,
O. V. WlLUAJlAUN, KTtrtlKN HI11U,
ii. u. CANiira.
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bonds
BOl'OIIT AND HOLD.
D"polt recehed and a general bankluK business
J7NTERP1USE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, ICfi'J.
0FFIC IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on il.. posit. March 1st and Sep
tember 1st. lnteret not withdrawn Is added im
mediately W the principal of Ihe deposit, thtrtby
giving tuetu compound Interest
Children anil nwrrletl xnpea may depiwlt
money anil no one oUe can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tibaih:hkr.
A. D V A N T
Over other Refineil
FOll ALL ILLUiMLATIN(J PUKPOSPS.
Persona who liuve neither timo nor lncliimtnti to inveHtiuto the H'otiliar nierita of Uut
various 'nuleji of Uelii.nl lV-iiol(:iim, usk why
E I A. I 1ST m I
.THE FAMILY SAP EG UAU1) OIL,
150 Fahrenheit Eire Twt,
Is Sufer und Bi.tttr tliun Other Oilnf It in Ixtuuho Elnine
CANNOT 13 1:
Auil i the very Highest CJnulo of Illtirnirmtino; Oil from which, in tho iirovcmi uf
inuntil'iuituiv, Every 1 injiurity Il.is Hern Ellitninuti!il. Eluinu in Frcu from
lnzinii itnil I'uiiiHiti't. In ( olor, Elaine h Spring Water White,
uml itn "Kirn Test" in Ho llilinsto iniikit it im Almolutely
Safe uh nny liluininant Known. J laving No Dis
nirrecitble Oilor, Elaine in it Phiinuit Oil
Eur Eumily uhu.
IT l)Ob)H NOT 1NCKUHT TJIH WICK!
And tliun is itvoi leil iu Freqiient Ui'tiimniiiitf.
CAUTION hhotilil he iimm! in the ininlnifo of Elnine, iik it fjreut uud growing
0 poiulniity hus indueiil the introduction of Imitations.
ASK FOR IT. USK NO OTHER OIL IN YOUR LAMPS I
T'Olt H A JjI-1 J1Y
B A HOLA Y OI10rr 1 1 IDIIS,
WXIO L V.HA 1j K AO KNTH.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT3 PATEUT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o f f i a u :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAkUI Ab'ES AND WAOONs".
COMMERCIAL AVE. between FIFTI1 and
HIXTI1 UTS., CA1UO, ILL.
TIORKK SIIOEISO a specialty. Repairing of ail
il kinds of vehicles done neatly aud on short no
tice, at the lowest possible Co-t.
CAIllO, II J.INOIM.
FLO I'll. GRAIN AND HAY
Hirhfht Cash rri( Paid for Wheat
A. G U S O F
I'ns'.ucts of Petroleum