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J II. BRVANT, M. D.
OFFICE: EIkIiHi iud Wiu-Uliitftou Avcr.nu.
RESIDENCE :-Coruir Nlnittcuth nnd Ynu
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surffeon.
Ofllr J) Ccmnierflnl nvenue. Kertdeneo corner
Fourteenth M. ar.it Vftutiu,lou avenue, C'utro, '
yf II. SMITH, M. D.
Office unit Rudilenrf :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STKEET. CA1H0. ILL.
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ornea No. l.'W Commerrlul Avenue, lift ween
Eolith iiinl Ninth Mruct-
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
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tual Aid Society.
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OFFICE No. Ill e'ommercial Avenue.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'ER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
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V. II. HAY.
Ker't Signal Corns, U. ! A.
Foit Sale. House and lot on N. E.
corner Fifth and Walnut street?. belonging
to estate of James Garland, deceased.
M. J. Howi.ky, Agent.
"DEW DROP IN"
Ami satisfy yourselves tlmt tl'.eonly real
ty first-class barber shop in Southern Illi
nois, is next door to ICorsnieyer's cigar
store on Otli street, near the Levee. It is
there where you will find elegant and com
fortable furnishings, ami skilled nnd court
eous workmen who confessedly stand at the
very head oi their profession. To morrow
(Monday ) morning the prices will be re
duced, us follows .
And all other work proportionately low.
ICK. IC'K WHOLKSALK AM) RF.TAU. i:i
.'large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to nil parts of tl.,e city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus-
' tonu rs may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial:
nl Sargeunts, on Eighth street, or addnss
me through the post-olMce.
F. M. Wakh.
Dr. Makkan, homeopathic physician, has
removed his office t the dental rooms over
A. Black's shoe store. No. M0 Commercial
nvrime, four doors above his old olllce. Ilis
office hour are H to 10 a. m.. ami I to 4
1. m. and 7 to s ia the evening.
Tlx Cents Wouth. It you want a neat
' smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2" cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
, go to is Henry f chick'tt. No. M2 Cnmnier
ATTENTION KVKR YliOD Y ! !
Prices for everything are down, nnd to
!jc up with the times, the undersigned lias
established the following prices nt his shop
on and after this date :
IlMU CUTTING -. 25c.
tttUMPOOINO .'. . .S.V.
By placing his prices tit n figure, propnr
iionato to the decline in other fields of
' labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that his
work will Ihi done in a prompt and effi
Shop No. 68 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, between Fourth mid
.Sixth streets. (Jeo. Wish.
, Fish ixo tai ki.k, Rods, lmt, etc., wire
cloth for Hcreens, Ice ercuru freezers, etc.,
& bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
Mirdwsre of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, ltcvolvers, Razors, Pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
rpoonx, lamps tad lar.ip fixtures and a
thousand of other articles nt (!. W. Hen-
1ersoni, Conuuercial avenue, corner
Mr. Alba moved into his new shop yes
terday. County court for criminal and law
busiuesj, convenes oa Monday next.
Rilly' Alba is now ensconced in his new
barber shop. It is a ncnt establishment.
Raird, the house -mover, is placing his
jack-scrrwa and rollers under the Mrs.
Fred Rose building.
R. W. Miller's commission house is
supplied with a new and powerful elevator
ofaa improved pattern.
Look in on Conrad Alba if you want
to see & well appointed barber shop. Read
his advertisement in another column.
We are told that one of our city
clergyman took occasion", during his Sun
day discourse, to visit the Cairo Jockey
club with very decided verbal severity.
Mr. Galigher, will not, nt the present,
at least, enlarge the grinding capacity of
his mills; but will add new machinery and
give Ids establishment quite a thorough
A stalk of green corn at the City Na
tional Bank, yesterday, attracted a great
deal of attention. It was brought from
Copt. Halliday's farm in Kentucky and
measures 14 feet 10 inches.
Workmen arc engaged at the work of
inserting a new frog at the crossing of the
C. & V. and III., Central crossing the old
one having become the worse o the wear
to which the past several years have sub
Deauman, the man who killed lawyer
Williamson, ia Cape Girardeau, about three
years ago, and furnished bail for his ap
pearance to answer, ia the sum of $ 10,000,
was in the city yesterday. He certaiuly
doesn't look like a man upon whose con
science rests the consciousness of a murder.
Collector Hodges is still selling prop
erty delinquent for taxes, and still finds
buyers for every lot or tract that is offered.
As the new revenue law took effect on the
1st instant, prudent men will, if possible,
keep out of its meshes, by paying up while
they may. The sale is rapidly drawing to
How shall we make some money is the
question thought over by many in those
times. Take our advice mid remit a small
amount to Alex Frothmgham & Co., bank
ers, 13 Wall Street, New York, who by
their judicious investments have relieved
many from pressing need. Send for their
Financial Report, sent free.
Near the corner of Third and Wash
ington an enterprising colored man has
erected a flying dutchman. The attraction
that drew a crowd yesterday, was a lot of
free barbecued meats, left over from the
4th of July a little tainted perhaps; but
the fact that it was '-barbecued meat,"
caused it to go on like hot cakes on a winter
Warden Irvin visited the city the ether
day, to obtain the record of the court ia
the case of the People vs J. W. Geary the
man who recently ocaped from the Ches
ter penitcnt:ary. Geary is in Iowa, and t;,e
record will accompany the requisition on
the Governor of that Str.te for the fugitive's
delivery to the custody of Illinois au
thority. The wretched rip S irah Wi'.lims w:ls
brought before Squire Robinson, yesterday
on a charge of drunkenness. As the S.juire
had tried heavy tines and imprisonment to
no good purple, he conc luded yesterduy,
that he would try the etf.racy of a light
fine, with the privilege to leave town. He
therefore fined her one dolh.r and gave her
a stay of execution.
' Ax'.cy nnd Wilson'. new billiard hail,
corner of Commtreial and Eighth, has sud
denly become the centre of attraction. It
is supplied with the famed Eru:wiek
tables; and it is the purpose of the proprie
tors to render it as complete an establish
ment of its kind as can be found anywhere.
(Sive the new hall a call, and the proprie
tors a friendlv recognition.
Tito . services at the Presbyterian
church. Sunday, were of a highly interest
ing character. After the celebration of the
Lord's supper an opportunity was given to
those who felt so inclined, to unite with the
church. To this invitation Mr. Will Rob
bins, Miss Oracle Arter ami Miss Anna
Perce responded Dr. Fisher nnd Mr.
Thompson of the Planter's house, his wife
and children, five in all, uniting with the
church by letter.
The replevin case of Carle aud others
vs. the city, will come up for hearing to
day. It will be remembered that the
Marshal impounded several horses found
running at large, and that the owners of
the animals replevlued them out of the
pound. The ground upon which the plain
tills base their case is that nt the time (if
impounding the animals the city had pro.
viiicd no regular or specifically designated
pound, etc., etc.
As Hon. Oscar Turner is the only
"Congressman" who could have "availed
himself of the excursion rates to reach
home," by taking the steamer Eekcrt on
the morning of the 4th; and as the'eouduct
we ascribed to the "Congressman" was not
iu harmony with the usual dignified and
gentlemanly bearing of Mr. Turner, wc feel
called upon to relieve that gentleman of
the reflections our paragraph of Sunday last
may have cast upon him. By substituting
tin? word "countryman," which we did
write, tor the word "congressman" which
we did not write, tin- reader will have the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
paragraph according to manuscript. This
correction iobs the item of its Bensational
feature we know; hut as Mr. T. is probably
averse to figuring heforc the public as the
linger of hot coffee pots nnd moveable fur
naces, we think it hetterto subordinate sen
sation to the unvarnished story the facts
The horse that laid iu the street near
the court house a day or more, because of
paralysis in its hiuder parts, was removed
on Saturday, to Johnny Smith's cattle pen,
on the corner ot Nineteenth and Washing
ton. There, iu the blazing sun, the poor
creature was permitted to lie, Without at
tention until yesterday, when happily, it
died. As its carcass has already become
very offensive, the owner should be com
pelled to remove it, at once.
The ordinance that permits hogs to
run at large, to lift one's gate from its
hinges and to root up his door yard that
causes the towu to be over-run with filthy
animals that forage upon everybody but
their owners this ordinance is supposed to
operate to the advantage of the poor man.
But let Captain Halliday and Mr. Galigher,
each, bring COO hogs into the city to eat up
the waste about their mills, and two
'months will not elapse before the repeal of
the ordinance will be demanded because it
fosters a nuisance that puts money in the
pockets of the rich man ! Of precisely that
kind of material is tho average citizen
Our police authorities are nonplussed.
They don't know what to do with Sarah
Williams. If the magistrates fine her nnd
give her a stay of execution, she disregards
her promise to leave the city. If the police
pick her up and confine her in the calaboose,
she serves out her time and is in the police
court again within 24 hours of the
time of her discharge. She is utterly in
corrigible has no pride cr sense of shame
to appeal to her better nature is blunted,
and it really seems but a waste of time,
effort and corporation food to enforce the
law against her. Hence, the question what
shall we do with Sarah Williams? is the
most perplexing (jUestion with which police
are called upon to deal.
Faslely crediting to The Bulletin a
paragraph that may have appeared in the
Cairo Sun, a number of our Republican ex
changes make us sav that Uarker having
defeated Crawford for the Circuit Judgeship,
it followed that any good Republican could
also beat Crawford in h race for Congress.
o: coursi' we never sum, intimated or
thought anything of the kind; but the
saucy IVliow of the Du Quoin . Tribune in
sist otherwise, und demands the republica
tion of the item referring to Crawford'
congressional chances. Well, here it U,
and except ia the resent connection, it
embodies the only reference we ever made
to Judge Crawford as a probable candidate
fer Congress: "Well, good can come out
of evil, after all. By defeating Judge
Crawford, the Republicans have pr. idecl
the Democrat' with the very man who will
b:;at Thomas in the congressional nice of
The crowd at the park yesterday even
ing ami last night, was a surprise to every
body, it being generally conceded that it
was larger than that ct the 4th. It was
simply a surging, perspiring mass of mixed
humanity. The races promised, came off
r.t the appointed time. In the first race
Glencoe, Go-Come-Fetch-It and Quickstep
were entered. Purse $20. These anir.ia's
with the addition of Keohler's Silver Tail,
formed the entries in foe work-horse race
or. the.4th. As ia the former race, Glen
coe wa? the winner, coininir in about three
lengths ahead of Go-Come -Fetch-It; and, as
h the former race. Quickstep fiew the
tr::ck and was distanced. Iu the mule race
that followed, Mr. William Elliott entered
his mule. Kit, against r. mule, the name of
whose owner wc could nt learn. The purse
for this race was $10. Elliott's mule was
much the fleeter of the
two, as it . came iu ahead
of its competitor 200 or COO feet. With
this contest the r.'.ces c'.os.'d, and the crowd
diverted itself as best it, could, until night
fill. At st o'clock there were not less than
U.OOO people on the ground. The fire
works were really beautiful, and kept the
crowd in a constant fever of enthusiasm.
In due time the string band arrived, and
hundreds of men and women thronged tho
dancing pavillion, while other hundreds
surrounded the refreshment booths, filled
the rlying-dutchmen, or amused themselves
otherwise, as inclination cr opportunity
suggested. When our reporter left the
ground, everything was passing off good
naturedly, and everybody seemed well
enough pleased with his or her share in the
The p;ople in and about Olive Rtanch
joined in a celebration of the 4t!i that was
engineered by Mr. Rem Wilburn. There
was a goodly crowd present, and the de
mand fur beer, pop, lemonade and refresh
ments, was tromeadous. Young Davis,
wdio had served as cashier during the day
and up to late hour in the evening, expressed
a desire to go home, to which desire Mr.
Willbum assented, without requiring, of
the young maa a disgorgement of the day's
receipts, which he had in his pockets. And
now, as report has it, that was the lust Wil
burn saw of Davis. Report further luw it
that the young man stopped at a stable oa
his way home, and nobody objecting to the
proceeding, he borrowed a horse, saddle and
brldlu, and speodily left that neighborhood.
The money carried off is reported at about
$-00, and as tho animal aud accoutrements
nre worth about 100 more, the whereabouts
TUESDAY MOKNlW JULY 8. 1879.
ot the young man becomes a' matter of
eager inquiry. Davis had
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us clerk to Wilburn, aud had won that gen
tleman's en tiro confidence, lty was be
lieved to bo honest and eminently trust
worthy, as well by the neighbor as by bin
employer, and his conduct Is, therefore, a
surprise t(j ecrybody.
On the 1st instant the brothers Atwcdl
surrendered a room they had rented from
Valentine Resell ; but continued to occupy
it until yesterday. To cover the extra rent
hill Resch purchased plunder from the At
wells to the amount of $4 or $5. On .set
tlement the Atwel's claimed that Resch
owed them CO cents. Resch didn't deny it,
Imt iusied that the rent of the day should
stand as a set off. The Atwell's demurred
and demanded the CO cents, and Resch
still refusing to pay, one of the brothers
caught him by the collar and g:c l.ini a
shaking. The. loud talking and vio
lent demonstrations that followed drew
quite a crowd of spectators, some ot whom
acted as peace-makers aud prevented
active hostilities. Released from Atwell's
grip Resch repaired to the office of Squire
Robinson, swore out a warrant, and caused
the arrest of the Atwells tor language and
conduct calculated to provoke a breach of
The negotiations of the Tax-payers'
Association with the manager of the Nar
row-gauge railroad, touching tho locution
of tho machine Htul repair shops of tliut
road, failed of the desired object. In a let
ter to Mr. M. J. Howley, chairman of the
Tax-payers' special committee, manager
Johnson, under date of St. Louis, July 5th,
says: "We regret not being h!!c to meet
your veiws as to the location of our shops,
which should be so made as to avoid haul
ing cars long distances for repairs. Cairo
would not. for this reason, be an economical
location. We cannot, therefore, make you
a satisfactory proposition." This, we sup
pose, disposes of that matter. We gave an
intimation of such a result last Friday,
when noticing the purchase by the com
pany ot a $41,000 tract of hind in E ist St.
Louis. To provide money for the erection
of the buildings, the V. S. Circuit Court
has authorized the company to issue certi
ficates to the amount of $30,000 the prop
erty to stand pledged for the tmymcnt of
.What we say we aiv worth, when the
Assessor asks the question, i indicated be
low. Personal property, especially moneys
and credits, being subject to ready con
cealment, escapes its due proportion o!'
taxation. The n turn of less tlian $'.'7.( ( 0
us the total of all the money, bonds ami
other taxable credits in the city of Cairn,
shows how apt the average American is iu
the art of concealment, and how unequal
ly our tax burdens are distributed. Next
year our citizens who have b'.nl: accounts
and money at interest, as well as those who
have not, will be put under oath. The re
sult will be a much better showing ot
moneys and credits, and the further result
will be the prosecution of the unscrupulous
who, to escape the payment of a few dol
lars taxes, swear to palpable falsehoods.
The new law has wry wisely imposed se
vere penalties, and it is made the duty of
the proper officers to rigorously infiiet
them. The details of the nssessim r.t of
Cairo persona! ptoperty f r the te.' levy of
IS, are as follows:
213 Horses at $:js i
225 Catt.e at $10
ICO Mules at $:.:!
102 Hogs at $
s ( b0
18 Steam Engines at $200
CI burglar Tiojf Safes at $i'1 .
10 Billiard and Pidgcon Tables.
207 Carriages ami wagons
527 Watches and Clo'eks
uJ! Sewing Machines .
122 Piano' Fortes :.. .
27 Melodeons and Organs . ......
Mo Boats and Vessels
Merchandise on Hand
Manufactured Articles, etc
Mauufacfrs Tools and M.ichiiury
Gold and Silver Piate
Diamonds and Jewelry
Moneys other than Banks, e-te
Credits ' " " "
Bonds and Stocks
Property of Saloons, etc
Household Furniture, etc
All ether Personal Property
City National Bank , . . .
Alexander C'our.tv Bank
Total of City $10.1 21)4
At a conference meeting of the Nation
al Board ef Health, and the Mississippi
Valley Sanitary Council, recently hcM in
Memphis, it was resolved that inspection
stations be established every summer, on
tho Mississippi river at Vicksburg, Mem
phis and Cairo. Rules and regulations
applicable to steamboats and railroad trains,
and for the government of the inspection
station", were adopted and will be printed.
The two boards, separately and jointly, are
manifestly determined to isolate the fever,
on its first appearance, and look more
to the lives of the people than to the peo
ple's business. This will prove very ex
asperating to the cormorants of New Or
leans, who will, of course, proceed, with
great earnestness and industry to denounce
the members ot tlie hoards as a iiouoie set
of nsses. An interference with the business
of New Orleans for the paltry purpose of
preventing 10,000 cases of yellow fever and
3 000 deaths among its citi.lns, is regard
cd by the average Cresont City business
man, ftn outrage or the
grossest character. Hence, as we
havo already intimated, the National Board
and the Sanitary Council may expect a red
hot rakms thnvu at the hands of at least
two-thirds of all the business men ot New
Orleans. Another step iu the right direc
tion is that just taken by the Board of
Health of the state of Tennessee. "Upon
satisfactory information of the approach of
infected persons or goods, it is made the
duty of the President of tho Board to
cause the same to bn stopped at the state
line; or, if found within the limits of the
state, to cause said persons or Roods to be
promptly removed from the cars, boats or
other lines of transit, and securely isola
ted." If this order be enforced, it will
grentlydessen both the labor end danger at
Cairo; and as the people of Tennessee were
henry sufferers last year, we may reasonably
look tor a rigid enforcement of the order,
should occauion create the proper necessity.
A colored individual named
Lewis Trimble engaged in con
versation with a sable-l.ued damsel
named Patsey Robinson, and but a
few words had been exediangeil before the
talk became spiced with evidences of unger.
And from warm to hot the confab grew,
until Lewis Trimble, permitting his tem
per to run away with his manliness, he gave
the dusky Patsey what Dr. Dillon described
as u "very briskful smacking." Fatsoy
straightway repaired to the office of Squire
Robinson, and caused Lewis' arrest for as
saulting and striking her. Because Patsey
sued before Robinson or for a like weighty
reason perhaps, Lewis asked a change of
venue to Squire Comings. Tiie change be
ing granteil, Lewis appeared lefore that
official, plead guilty to Patsey's charge, nnd
was fined five dollars and the usual inci
dentals. He threatened a retaliatory cross
fire, but as we have heard nothing further
ci nce rning the matter it is quite likely that
Lewis has concluded to call it "quits,"
leaving Patsey to the smarting ot her
smacking, while he, with cash or se rvice,
appease'? the affronted majesty of sectiein
so-and-so, (if chapter so-and-so of the
codified ordinances of the city of Cairo.
Tiik Finkst Siioi- in the West is the
ne w barbe r shop just opened by Wm. Alba,
opposite Paul Shahs' drug store. It must
be seen to be appreciated. Always clean
towels, keen razors, cool breezes and indite
workmen. A polite porter is always ready
to use t!:e brush and black your boots for
1 cents. n need to have them blacked in
the street. Prices of work ns follows:
Sl aving. 10 cents; haircut, 21 cents; chain
pooing, 21 cents; other work in proportion.
AT 'I'll K I'l.ANTKlis' Hl lsli.
Highland Flavors, Philadelphia: G. O.
I a-wis, New Madrid; F. M.Odena, Cinein
nati; Clary E. Moore, Metropolis; H. K.
Jan.es and wife. Gwer.sbe.ro, Ky.; J. T.
Frazer, I'- rf.ar.d. Maine; Rolt. Alexander,
Ile-t Springs; II. A. Calkins, iYoriu: S. T.
.kr.es, Abt i eh en. Mi.-s. : C. W. Lyons.
Cha'rlistoii: R. A. Rur....n. Evar.sville; Mrs.
W. W. Dinkan. Viva. Ind.; Gen. V.
Grooves. Grand Chair. ; Gin. I'. Winti r,
Cincinnati : T. II. Driggs. New Mv'.rid:
Mr. H. C. Smith. Galveston, Texas.
N TH'K On and after July lt, the prices
at i.:yshep will l ere dueeei to tlie fallowing
figures: Shaving, 10 e ids: hair euttino,
21 cents: shampc'ing. 21 cents.
Hair mid whiskerdjing in proportion.
Grateful to my old customers for the ir
past fave rs. I ask ;e continuance f f the
same, assuring tln-m us well as others who
may wish to call, that all work will be
done in first (!. style- and workmanlike
Shop on Eighth street, we-st of Alexan
der County Bank. .1. Gi:e. Si limku si.
A IiKe.i I.au 1Iak leave's the' St. Charles
Hotel daily, at s a. m and 1 nnd 0 p. m.,
fir the Court Ilnusc, running up Lowe to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue: Common ia! to Twentie th street:
up Twentieth to Court House.. Returning
elown Washington avi nue to Eighth: u;t
Eighth to Ohio h vee, and down the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. Fare each way. or
part of the way, 1 ce nts.
WIRE SCREENS, Kl'RXITt KE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured aud all kind of
n pairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds t.f cabinet making to
order. Mattresses Manufactured to order
ami kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
tdoth for screens, be made up iu the latest
ami best style. Prices very low.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
I am prepared to furnish ice wholesale
or retail all through the season. Office,
Eighth strict, between Conuuercial and
Washington avenues, next eloorto Bristol's
grocery store. Jacoh Klj;k.
Envf.loi's printed at the Dui.i.ktin office,
$1.00 perM. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices tor the next 130
DIXON SPRINGS, ILLS.
These springs will be opened June 10th
under the management of the new proprie
tors, who weuild respectfully announce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages nnd new, large nnd
capacious dining rooms have been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
beding, spring mattresses, etc' The springs
are situated in a high and healthy locality,
surrounded by magnificent scenery; nnd
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
arc too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with an abundnnco of
ice, refreshments aud nmusemuuts usually
found at summer resorts. The best of fare
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests U guranteed all for the small sum
of $8 per week. Special rates to families.
J. R. Buow.n & Co., Proprietors.
May 2.1th, 1870.
Notick. to all whom it mayconcebn:
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tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
satnc is made on a written ureler signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job werk are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
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The hest quality of paper at prices of
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5 pound statements all colors
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 1C pound Bill Heads all sizes.
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Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
ISl'CiOY AND HARNESS
Fur :ile. ulnu'lc net e.f hnruim ncil a ueariy new
fide lair open I .UK!,')'. Apply at tbe liulLtiL ellioc.
QAIRO Cm FERRY CO.
THREE fcglsQ STATES.
On aud after Monday. June I'i. the lout w ill iiiieko
tl.i- fuUouiutt trip:
LKAVK& LEAVE LEAVK4
Foot Fourth t. Mlfsotiri Lacd'c. Kentucky Ld'tf.
T a. m.
' a. o.
II a. m
i p. ia.
4 '!' p. m.
Tew h. ru.
u lo a. pi.
11 :10 tt. M.
f:tw p. m.
'.i::' a. in.
:J p- D.
S a. in
10 a. ii..
i p m.
5::',J p. in.
4 I' in.
'. a. ra.
a p. u
WHOLESALE YIXKS AND MOTORS
Wbe.leimli' and Retail Deiler iu
Foreign tuul Domestic Liquors
Winc-ss of. all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS SMYTH 4 CO. Line coti-sttly r. force
tuck of tlie U'M ti. ti.e ra.'.ria't ar.d Iva
efptcii.l uf.eLtfuu to Ite ttiiiiU-!e I r;tLiii i. ll.o
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Sliced,
F. r.IJOSS. Preside!.'
I'. NEFF. Vice Pndct.
II. VFLI. C iwUer
T. .1. KKKTII. Ac-ii-t.it.t IV' Ur.
F LriK". ('aire;
IMir Ne!f. Cairo;
C, M (Mt -riol.,
E. Darter. ( iiiro;
CU. U. Tatar,
Wil'aar.i Kla.-e. Cair.'i;
Wli:ii.r.i Wea. Cairo.
(. L Dllili..-.:, y. st. Loulii;
.J. Y. CIi-ium.i.. e'aleiii.a.a.
A (ENKI!AL DANKINe; I'.fSINEss DONE Ex-
V i'ln.i;(.-i-old n:.il I oe.'l.t. iM.Te"! paid -a the
Savieai" l'epuriuieat ('oiler Holm r.jd.- ulJ all
huoli.in. promptly uttended to.
JJNTEKPIHSE SAVINGS DANK,
CLui'lorei! Malill Ml, 1LI H.
OFKICfc IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
( 'an ii, Illinois.
INTEHESTp'iid on de-pe if Mar.-I. M and Sep.
teinlier lot. It ten t i.ot withdrawn l added itu
Kiiriiati ly t I he pru.rlpaiof tlie del oil. liii'rel.y
U'iviLi: Hit ni Collipiil.i.d IMeret.
('lille ii nml inuri lee! women my deposit
money tinel no one else can draw ft.
WALTER IIYSLOP. TutAcntwi.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
XT. V. HALLWAY, fri-Mdetit.
H. L. HALLIDAY. VIce-rreHldeut.
. KTAATH TAVUilt, r. . KAI.MDAT,
IIKMIV I,. tlAI.I.tlnr, II. II. CCNMNellAM,
u. ia tt'ii.i.iAMxcN, xmaiKN noil),
II. II. CANPKK.
Exchaiiffc, Coin and United States Bonds
llOCCJlIT AND BOLD.
Deposit p received nnd a goticral bunking lumliicus
KOEHLKR BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington Avenue nnd KIM Struct and
Corner hloveutli and Wushluton Ave.
CA1KO, . Illlnola.
A fnll and compluto mpply 0r tho best of til
kind meat !wy oa hiuef.