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H. MARKAN, M P.,
Homcopat hie Physician atnISuryeon
om,m 140 Commercial avenue. Rnsldanca corner
Foarteenth Ht. nd Washington avenue, Cairo,
"jyil E. W. WJIITLOCK, ;
Omul-No. 1S6 Commercial Areuno, betweco
S tli and 1Mb Streu
JJR. W, C. JOCELYN, 1
OFFICE Eighth Htreot, near Commercial Avemi
Xotary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICII: WltU Uj6 Widows' andOorpbaDi' Mil
tici Aid Society.
JJNEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. in Commercial Avenue.
jOU METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Jilcganttildewhecl Passenger Steamer
Leaves Cairo every anernoon at S o'clock. Tor
Fadueab. Metropolis and way landings. For
freight or lAssaxo apply to HOL. A. biLVtK,
QA1R0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE teEkQ. STATES
On aud after Monday. Juno 10, the boat will make
the following trips:
LIAVEh I.IAVRB I.EAVM
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g
7 a. m.
11 a. m.
2 p. m.
:30 p. m.
it a. m.
7. 'TO s. m.
::!0 a. m.
11 ::i0 a. in.
9-M a. m.
8 a. ni.
!) p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
JgSSK HlNKLB, N. B. TfllKTLBWOOIl, J. II Mooil.
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 129 and 107 Commercial Avenue.
. oa mo n-r..
liTLIberal Advancement made on Consign
ments of Tobaccc, Flour, and Grain.
MTAgtnia for Gear, Heott Co. threshing ma.
c h men, portable aaw mill and threshing engines.
Areutt for Champion harvesting machlues. mower
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
llntwoen Washington anil Com
mercial Av, nJiirun? Ilannysi.
L'EEPS for salelbe bent Uuef, Fork, Mutton, Veal,
AV Lamb, Sausage, Ac. and 1 prepared to serve
amines id an acceptable manner.
T?OUNI)UY, MACHINE SHOP AND
x STEAM rORCE.
Vulcan Irox Works
IM OHIO I.KVKK. CAIRO. M IX
John T. Hermie,
T.I AV7.VG established hm works at the above men
J A tloned plans Ik better prepared Itinn over for
BirjuiciiiriiiK moam nngines ana Mill Machinery.
Having a Hfusm Hammer and ample Tools, the
msiruiacture of all kind or Machinery, Jtullroad
citimuoiii ana linage rorginp maae a specialty.
Especial attention given to repair of i: Mnctand
Brs Casting of all kind made to orrtei
Pip Fitting in ail lti brauebua.
ON THK F1FTEBITII DAY OFOCTOBKR NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDER
to bin commodious and uanilrome
ucw more, on
NEXT DOOR TO PCI1U11B NEW DltUU HTOIIF.
He will open Willi thq flnct tUn of Jtwrlry
Hllverware, etc., in lhetat,iiiid Im
tban in bia present quartern, ho will keep on baud
large clock of tbe dlllerent gradtw of
and other Mualral InKtriimrnta and mercbamltlu.
Ho will alwayt bav In tlm (tore a cauable and r.
liable tnuer and toirhtr. and will rater ouprelally
loth mo "leal nubile. Tlnwe contemnlotlm nut-
rbanlng pi anon or oryana, would do well to wait
ana inapcoi pi aioeK. Jin. a. hi van,
Klghth atroet and Wablnnt'D Ava.
Kmablltkodtn WU. ,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:'
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morulnjr Daily in Southern Illinois,
Cairo, 111., September 17. IHTD.
Time. Bar. Ther. lluin Wind. Vel Weather.
: a m 30.24
11:00 " :W.W
H:U " H0.14
Maximum Temperature. 7ii! Minimum Tem
perature, Wti Kulnfall, 0 00 inch.
8erg't Signal Corns, U. 8. A.
IN AND AIlOUNIf TIIE CITY.
Squiro Thomns Martin was ia the city
yesterday, attending circuit court.
The grand jury having concluded its
work was disltcarafed at half-past 2 o'clock
Mr. Mann, of St. Louis, is in the city,
looking after certain property interests
he still has here.
Judge William J. Allen wa9 called
home ly professional demands, yesterday
evening. He will return to Cairo on Sun-
-The target of the Central Archery club
will be set ia locust grove, nt 5 o'clock,
this evening. The club will shoot before
supper these short evenings.
Among the many new brands ot line
cigars now before the smoking public, the
5 cent "Faultless" is taking front rank and
appears to bo the general favorite. Sold
only by Y. Korsmyer, Sixth street.
An individual named Louis Trimble
was lined $3 and costs by Squire Robinson,
yesterday for violating the ordinance tlu.t
forbids assaulting and lighting, Louis had
kicked up a small jamboree in the vicinity
of Commercial and Fifth street.
Judge James E. MtCntu was in the
city, yesterday nd called at The Bn.i.F.Tix
office. The Judge is one of the sound,
thorough old Democrats that have stood to
the Democratic rack all their lives. He is
there yet and expects to remain there.
James Holloway, John Drown and
Henry Montgomeiy were brought before
Squire Robinson, yesterday, to answcrfor
touching the bridge of their noses with the
rims of too many beer glasses. Unable to
make a good defence against the charge
they were fined $1 each and costs of suit.
We were informed yesterday, that Mr.
Nick Hunsacker, although much importuned
to run for the office of assessor and treas
urer, had made up his mind not to run.
The report that hn had indicated a purpose
to enter the field, was started without his
The case of the People vs. James Gray,
charged with an assault to kill, male upon
the person of Mr. Mehan, some time ago,
was argued yesterday forenoon, and given to
the jury. After n short retirement a verdict
ofvnot guilty" was returned, and the de
The Charleston fair is in progress, with
ii constantly increasing attendance. The
crowd present on Tuesday was not large,
but farmers were coming in from all quar
ters. Yesterday the turn-out was good.
The display is very fair, and the managers
expect to score a big success financially
The St. Louis papers soon to have
been mistaken in the character ot the con
victs that got away from Chester. They did
not escape, so we are assured by later in
formation, but were discharged because of
the expiration of the time for which they
We call attention to the small
advertisement in reference to ab
stracts. The title to a large
portion of Cairo property has become de
fective on account of prrties failing to have
their deeds recorded and t!nv would lo
well to' look after the matter brfore it is
. Mr. Majjti, of St. Louis, formerly ol the
lirmol Reed and Mann, of this city, has
sold two of his lots, adjoining the residence
property of Mr. J. 1). Rued, to Mr. Spiers, a
saw mill man, lrom Commerce, Mo. Mr.
Spiers will at once improve the lots by
erecting a dwelling house thereon for the
occupancy of his own family.
ah aitercutiMi luesilav evenum
between an old resident of the city, and
another, ijt quite so old, promised, tor a
time to have a bloody issue. There was an
ugly disposition on one side to use a pocket
knife, and on the other to use a skull-crack
ing 'bludgeon, but a separation wasefiected
before serious refills ensued.
The funeral services of Willie Kluge, in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kluge, will
be held at St. Joseph's Catholic church, in
this city, this afternoon, at 1 :!10 o'clock.
Remains will leave residence on Seventh
street, at 1 o'clock.' Train will leave foot
of Fourteenth street, nt a o'clock. Friends
nro respectfully invited to attend.
We should not havo ventured to make
the following statement, but for the fact
that wo havo authority for it in "black mid
white." We nro asked to "pkaso state In
Tub Bulletin local columns that Mrs. H.
T. Gerould, who has been spending the
summerln Minneapolis, Minn., presented her
husband with a nlne-pountl-l)oy,onthc 15i
lust. Mother and boy both doing well."
- Charles Leo and James Aden, under
indictment iu our circuit dourt, were
brought to thobar, yosterday.'o rospond
to inquiries. Led informed the court that
ho had no lawyer employed and was with
out money or 4iienns to secure o no, where
upon the court appointed Mr. Leek to de
fend him. Aden had employe Mr. Geo.
Prof. Bowman, of New York, who
answered Col. R. J. Ingersoll, from the
pulpit of one ot our colored churches, and
subsequently gave a synopsis of his "ans
wer" to tho readers of Tue Bulletin, is
now afswering the same distinguished In
fidel before Metropolis audiences. It 19 a
happy thing for Ingersoll that ho doesn't
know that Bowman is n tremendous "thorn
in his side."
The case of the People vs. McAuliif
for the murder of John Campbell was
called yesterday afternoon. Much, diffi
culty was encountered iu selecting a jury.
The regular pannel was soon exhausted, and
50 or 00 talesman examined, ami out of all
of them only 0 jurors were secured. The
court ordered the Sheriff to have 24 more
talesmen in attendance nt half-past 8 this
Marshal La Hue was made captain of
the guards about the court house, Tuesday.
and although Washington avenuo in front
and Twentieth street along side, exhibited
a compact mass of miscellaneous humanity
white and black, young and old. the res
pectable citizen and the bummer, there was
not a single difficulty or even o threatened
trouble during the day. The affair was
sensibly and judiciously policed through
out. John Hogan was arraigned in the cir
cuit court, yesterday, under the indictment
preferred (gainst him for the murder of
Charles D.' Artcr. He plead not guilty to
the charge, and his trial has been fixed tor
next Tuesday. The trial will consume sev
eral days. A large number of witnesses
will be examined on both sides, and a- six
or eight lawyers will tnkeart ia the nrgu
meitt, it will not surprise us if Saturday
night still liuds the case undetermined.
Dr Frank Metcalfwill leave the city,
to-day, for the Ann Arbor Medical Institute,
to enter upon his third term, at the end of
which he will graduate. He is receiving
what may be termed a "good send off'" in
the profession of medicine, and inhcritingthe
good, strong natural ability of his parents.
all our calculations will be at fault if
"Frank" doesn't do honor to his profession.
He will stop over a few days to visit
friends in Chicago.
Having discharged his disagreeable
duty of Tuesday, the Sheriff felt, disin
clined to go to sleep with the horrible re
minder of the day's work looming up in
his door-yard. He therefore put Mr. John
A. Poor at work, and instructed him to get
the ugly thing out of the way ns soon as
possible. At 7 o'clock we saw Mr. gnor,
and he informed us that gallows, platform,
enclosure and all, had been demolished
and constituted simply a shapely pile of
Neighbors k) the vicinity of Tenth and
Commercial say that between the hours of
one and two o'clock, yesterday morning.
two men engaged in a terrible and long con
tinued personal conflict, finally separating
ot their own accord, each leaving the
ground in his own way. Next morning
the drops of blood on the sidewalk and the
printsof hustling fett in the soft surface of
the ground, told of quite a desperate strug
gle. The men were probably frequenters of
one of the houses on the cast side of the
The sales of cattle at the Central Stock
yards indicate a healthy growth of business.
The demand for good beef cattle is strong
and prices rule high: The latest sales in
cluded (i sheep, to Lou Koehler,
1 stag, do
" mixed cat lie, do
:i steers, do
840 lbs. $3 00
1,000 lbs. 2 25
1 cow, N. Williams fi.'iOlbs.
20 mixed, B.Thisllewood 12,410 lbs.
4 cows, do 3,1 :13 lbs.
'J steer, J. Walter 1,943 lbs.
2 heilers.Gus Ludier 1,400 lbs.
1 cow. John Glade 1.05 lbs.
Mr. George W. Summons, of Thebes,
formally enters the field this morning, as a
candidate for county assessor and treasurer.
His announcement appears in its proper
place in this paper. Squire Sainmons is no
stranger to the people of Cairo or ot the
county. He has lived among them the
greater part of his life, and has won the rep
utation of a thoroughly honest and con
scientious mnn and good citizen. Ho re
cently filled the office of county commis
sioner, and' he tuny safely defy scrutiny into
nil his official acts. He did what he honest
ly thought it was his duty b do, nnd
should the people elect him to the office he
seeks, he will, we dare say, prove equally
conscientious and faithful. The people of
Cairo on two former occasions rallied to his
support with a cordiality for which he is
duly grateful, and with a confidence that
they will not desert him now, ho submits
his claims to their careful consideration.
Mr. Jacob Lindsey, who was killed
while on duty, as watchman of n grain train
on the so-called quarantine switch, died, as'
wc are told, In a penniless condition. Under
the circumstances we cannot conceive that
nny legal responsibility attaches to the rail
road company ; but, if ns is alleged, i10 m
been a laithful servant of the company, up
to the time ot his death, wo are persuaded
that the company will not remain wholly
uninindt'ul of the widow and fjttf children
THURSDAY MOUMNO, SEPTEMBER 18,
he lias left ia destitute circumstances." Tho
overage wages of laboring men, however
economically expended, furnish nothing
beyond a decent support of a tauiily of a
half dozen members, and it is no cvldenco
of indolence or improvidence, therefore,
tlmtht had nothing ahead, to extend
help in this case, therefore, would be a mag
nanimous act upon tho partof tho company;
and in keeping with its generosity in kin
Paducoh has a Howard's Association
in working order, and, although it expends
a comparatively small amount of money, it
U affording most grateful relief and assist
ance on every hand. The association in
cludes a largo number of contributing
members, nud is properly officered. A
medical director looks after the sanitary
condition of the city, treats penniless sick
persons, and has power to district the city
'and assign such physicians and nurses to
each district as the necessities of the situa
tion may demand. Every poor person
that falls sick within tho corporate limits
ofPaducnh, receives proper medicines and
nursing, through this association,' provided,
of course, the sick person is unable
to secure attention otherwise. In this way
death or absolute suffering from want of
attention, is guarded against, and begging
on the streets for money to buy medicines
and pay for prescriptions, is un infliction to
which the people of Paducah nre rarely
subjected.N The example set by our neigh-
Lbors. in this respect, is worthy of imitation,
and we should be pleased to see Cairo
The execution of a human lxiug is a
task from which Sheriff' Hodges' feelings
and instincts naturally recoil with' horror,
yet, controlled by the stronger sense of
duty, he approached and finished his work
of Tuesday, with a firmness aud decision
that seemed to rob the occasion of much of
its terrot. He humanly kept the exact
hour of execution from the knowledge ot
the doomed man, until he called him to
the scaffold. Then there was no tedious
waiting, except such as the ministers occa
sioned, There was a slight tremor in his
vcce while reading the death warrant, but
dealing directly with the prisoner, he dis
played a resoluteness of purpose that had
an assuring ctKTt upon everybody present
the prisoner not excepted. His arrange
ments were all complete the rope
purchased in M. Louis in-
the purpose, was one upon
which he could rely to sustain the terribic
strain to which it was to be subjected, and
the fall was rnercifullv arranged so a to
insure a broken neck. And in no particu
lar did the result disappoint expectation.
Had Glass been a cold corpse, when the
rope was 'put around hisueck. he could not
have exhibited less evidence ot pain and
suffering than he did afjer the trap was
sprung. There was not a movement, of
limb or muscle, nor even the semblance of
a gasp. llal a cannon ball taken the
wretched man's head from his shoulders
he could not have died quicker or with less
pain. This was intended- the length of
the fall over six feet, nnd the strength cf
the rope, were expected to accomplish pre
cisely what they did accomplish; and, al
though no man can think of
the infliction of the death pen
alty without an involuntary shudder,
we can but congratulate the Sheriff upon
the entire success of all his plans. We dare
say that a more successful execution one
s') nearly divested of the horrors that usual
ly attend or are associated wMth such occa
sionswas never effected in the state of
A DltKAM FItOM WHICH CIIA1II.KYI.LASS PI'.F.W
ASlIiAN(K THAT UK WofLD TltllWIPH
OVKit THK PF.DI.TTIOSS OFTIIF. PKVIL. '
On the morning of the day before his ex
ecution, Glass communicated to his fellow
prisoners in the adjoining cells, a dream he
had the night before, which gave him abso
lute assurance that although bis load to
Paradise was not unobstructed, be would
finally triumph over all the difficulties. We
adopt, as nearly ns may be, bis own lan
guage: "Gentlemens, taint much, but I can't hold
it in no longer. I had a dream las' night
and I want to tell ye. I dreamt I were trav
elin and cum to a big lattice-work. I tried
mighty hard to get over it twice,
but allers fell back ngin, but nt las' 1
got on top of it, and when I flopped over I
were on the benutiflest road that mortal
ever put eyes on. I was 'wildered, when a
man cum to me nnd sez he "cum on wi'
me." I went wid him, nnd we journeyed on
up dat dretlle purty road, which wound up
a most beautiful hill. Arter a little we
met a mighty hansum bit woman all
smiles nnd ribbons and furbelows tliat wtiz
mighty induciu'. And this lovely woman
said to me, mighty smilin: "Wharye
gwinc? I tolc her I were gwiue long up
do hill a piece wid dis spectable gen'elnian
here, and dat she'd please 'sense me for I
had to be pushin' along wid my company.
DensliCjSaid. lookin' dis'pinled, nnd said,
"don't you go wid him ; go wid me ; I'm on
do road to heben and it lies right down yon
der a bit." She den took my ban' nnd
started off' wid me; but somethiu'
8aid to me "Glass, shake
of dat woman!" nn I shook
Jicr off and wc had a monstrous fight, but I
whipped her and lef her pretty well banged
up by de road side, and den all tired nnd
Mowin' I waked up. Now dat man or dat
woman was do devil, and I spec' it were do
woman, case her good looks and hansum
furbelows dldnt 'tico mo to go wid her."
.The dream seemed to hnvQ all the clfoct
of reality to tho dreamer, nnd ho ncceptcd
it as nn assuranc that the wiles of the
devil, though very 'ticin, would Ml to be
guile him from tho road to Heaven. The
courage with which ho met ids doom wns,
in a great degrce,begotten of this convic
tion. For tho Cairo Bulletin.
A RIGHT TO BE INSISTED UPON'.
THE FIFTH WAKO C0NTIMK8 TO CLAMOn
FOl) A POLICE CONSTABLE.
Mn. Editou: We have to thank you for
impressing upon the minds of the public
and of the city council ns well, tho necessity
for a policeman tor the Fifth ward. The
ward contains a population of 1500or 1800
souls. It contaius tho finest residences in
the city; our wealthiest citizens make their
homo there, and there are a large number of
business houses, resiliences and manufac
turing establishments, that make up the
importaut part of the city. To say that nil
these people, this property and business
shall not have one policeman to look after
them, is to deny whut you properly term a
right. As a citizen nnd property owner of
the'wnrd I insist upon the right. ' No other
part of the city is denied such protection,
and if there were tiny reason for cr justice in
withholding the right, you would not have
heard a word from The Fifth Waiiu.
BRICK STORE HOUSE TO BE SOLD,
It should not be forgotten that on Fri
day, the 19th instant, at 3 o'clock p. m., the
lot nud commodious brick store lately occu
pied by C. Hanny, corner Eigth street and
Pommercial avenue, will be sold at auction
at the court house door. Title clear.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
$10 reward h r return or advice as to
exact whereabouts of the followirlfe
Une onm.lle mti'.y cow, marked: crop
and underblt one car. crop swallow fork
One red cow, long sharp horns, white
belly, white spot on Hank, clipped tail,
wears large bell.
One yellowish red cow, blazed face,
criiniply horn, one slightly bent, wears
large bell. Js. W. Stuom;.
Comer Commeicial avenue and Thirty
For the accommodation of those wishing
to attend the fair at Charleston, Sept. 10th,
17th, 18th and 19th, u special train will
leave Cairo each morning at 8 :''0. Return
ing leave Charleston at 5:45 t. m. Fare
for the round trip, one dollar.
The young ladies of the Presbyterian
church and Sunday School will giw a socia
ble nt the residence of Mr. John Sproat,
Thursday evening. September 18th.
Music and recitations will form an attrac
tive feature of the entertainment. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
To accommodate persons desiring to
visit the Charleston Fair, with their own
conveyances, the Ferry Imat Three States
will leave Missouri Landing at 0 o'clock
each Evening during fair.
Thos. W. Hm.i.idav,
Cairo. Sept. 15, 1879. Supt.
Opened Monday morning and
will continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop coi ner Eleventh
street nnd Washington avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends and -new customers
are invited to give us n call.
The fashionable lxot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that be
can still be found' at his shop in the Athe
netim building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material mil of te
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stuck, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL RAINESS NOTICES.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats, etc, A.
Marx, the successful clothier, 01 Ohio
' Anti-Bki.lcm Piuces At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steiiiliouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find n clean, cool shop, easy chairs, nil
the late papers. cleantowcls, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
crnts; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shnmpooing,
25 cents. Givo him a call.
Notice. to all whom it may conckiis :
The Cairo Bulletin will nay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the . Bulletin, unless the
same is made on w ritten order signed by
myself, and the order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are vnlid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. BimNKTT.
Yoc Miss it if you buy clothing, nnd
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, fl Ohio Levee.
A. Marx, in New York, purchased
tho finest stock of men's, boys' f.nd
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
We havo tho sole right to manufacture-,
sellprputup letter or note heads under
Hoddcr's patent. Any Infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
The Caiho Bulletin.
ALL ADVEHTI8EMENT8 In tula column, of
five line curb or Icxa will bo published for A
tenia every Insertion; motittiH without cbanpe,
$1.00 per mnutb. Kiicli additional line, 5 ciut.
moiuiHiiii wniiu'u uru.
A luriw aidid witlunt warbroho. Prlco S10 00.
Enquire of Mra. Ilnrm-tt, No. aq Tenth ulreot.
Situation n clerk or book-keeper, liy a competent
pernon . Adilresa for one week X, Cairo I'oitoftlec,
FL'KNIKIIEI) KOOM9 FOB UK NT.
Two furnished rooma for rent, with or wltbo'it
board. Apply nt Mr. Fitzgerald, corner of
Twelfth and Poplar.
Two atory brirk lioime, elulit rootrn, on Ninth
atn el. oppoalte Or. Dunuliiu'a. Apply to A. Murs,
til Ohio Levee.
Foh Sai.k Hepnrately or together, a act or lnir!e
liurnes. a new. buircy nuliluu and a huguv whip
Apply at ItulU'tiu bliulerv. JoK E. BciiKC
HEADQUAHTERS FOB FINK A KC HE'' Y HOOPS
How. Arrow . Tiu ji t, Miootiii;' lilovcii etc., at
C. W. HENUEIISU.VS, Commercial au'i .t. ror
Fine uted cncnivlnnii, for aalu. Cannot be
boUL'iit of the puhllahera for ler-a than $15.00 each.
Will be fold fingly f(vr 00 each, orthe fourfor
t oo. Eniiilre alTna Bi-u.r.TiN bindery.
Owner and purchaera of Ileal Estate in Cairo
fbonld be Hire they have a good title. I am now
prepared toliiriJIcbabMract at reasonable rate
Otllce Iu Court Hniio
A No. 1 bar room and shelving (or fUtlrr fiirnl
tnre) ia fur vale cheap. Aluomany otter bar room
nature. Kiinulreorciiarle .Vhotumever, corner
Tenth street and Washington avenue,
Pelmonlro Hotel, Cairo. Illinois Liberal terms
to a CiKrtl teuitiit. Apply to
OliEEN A (ilLREKT.
Att', Cairo, Ilia.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W. P. HALLIDAY. Pre.irtesi.
11. I. HALLIDAY. V'.te -President.
. STA AT TAYLOR.
IllCtlir I.. IIALLIOAT,
w. p. iiAi.nrAT,
r.. h c t ssiMiiua,
-.. i. WIM.IAoK,
Exchange, Coin ami United States Bonds
BoroilT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a general backing bu!ct sa
E. C. FORD.
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenne Corner Ninth Street.
CAIKO, : : : ILLINOIS
5 AM) Hi CENT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO TlikTIIADKi-Tliellvo business men of ll.e
day nre Marling these counter. Wc are the Origi
nator aud Headquarter! We have the oulv two
Kxei.ri.ivt 5 and lue .lobbln; Houes iu the "V S
J: Send lor Catalogue nnd particulars. iJ
SO0 AND S0i RANDOLPH STREET. CHICAdO.
Also J! and 'JH lianncy Street. Boston
FRUIT TREKS, ETC.
An Immense stock of Forest Tree and Ever
green Seeding. tSJirnt.it. Fruit Trees, and Sm l
Krult. that will be sold cheaper and packed better
than nt any other place on the Anierkan continent
Addrew, J. f. PIXNKY,
Sturgeon Hay. Wis
"Sl'PERIOIi NUTRITION THE LIFE."
j IMPERIAL (tRANU)I;
The Great Medicinal Food.
hu 8nl valor For Invalid and tho Aged. An In
comparable Aliment forthc Crowth and Protec
tion of Inl'untM and Children. A Superior
Nutritive Iu Coutlnuod Fever, nnd a
Reliable Remedial Agent in all Dlscnsca of tho
Stomm h and Intestine.
ri'IlIS Justly celebrated Diktbtii! I'jikpaiiatiom Is,
i- in composition, principally Ihe Ou-tkn derived
from the WniTK Wintkii Flint Whkat Ckiiial, a
solid extrart. tho IiivcmIhu nl' nn eminent Chenill,
1 1 bus not only been hljjhly recommended, hut cer
titled lo by a large number or Chemist and Phv.
eliiiis-represeiillng a very high degree of medical
elenco-H Ihe Nnlvsl, Most Acceptable and Roleil
bio Food for theOrowlh nnd Protection of Iniiint
and Children, nnd lor Mother liicklnji Sulllelent
Nourishment for their oll'sprliig.
Unlike Hume preparation tnado from nnlmal or
villous matter, which tiro liable to stimulate the
brain and Irrlltito Ihe dlgeatlvc orpins, It epibrnco
In It elementary composition -
That which make strong Hone nnd Muscle. That
which in tikes good Flesh and Wood. That which U
easy of Digest lon-nevur constipating. That which I
kind and friendly to (lie Drain, and that which actsa
a preventive of those lnlestiuul Disorders inciden
tal to Childhood.
And, whllu It would he dllllctllt to conceive of any
thing in Food or Desert mora creamy and delicious,
ormoro nourishing and strengthening ns nn ail
ment In Fevers, Pulmonary C'omiihilut, Dyspepsia
nnd llenernl Debility, it Raiik .Meiiicinal Exckl
i.knck Iu all Intkstinal Diskasks, especially In
Djscnterv, Chronic nianlici and Cholera Infiin
II a been Incoulestnbly Proven.
Hold Vholon!o mid
DltUGOlsTS AND I
PRINCIPAL CITIEH of tho UNITED STATES.
JOHN CAULK HONS. NEW YORK,