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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1880.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THE FIILST AND GREATEST
PICNIC OF THE SEASON !
SUNDAY, MAY 23. 1880
Ud!r the nuu&ijomcnt of the Coiulquf liuud.
SpecU) (rtm leave Cairo t 8:00 a. m.. 10:) . m.,
!:S0 p. m. mm M ii:10 p. m. Kf.urti triiin
will li've the Orove it 8:4.1 p. m.
Hound Trip 2" Cent.
No Improper Characters will l)? Allowed
on the Ground.
DANCIN'O KKKK I'O AI.I..
The member" of the Baud plcdie tlii-mnclvc tn
prrncrve svd order unit will have county ulticcru
on the ground to a-sin 1 hem if um'K'nrv.
Cairo Temperance Reform
Wednesday May 20, 1880.
aV Fine String Band
AN I) THE NOTED
W'.il ccoinitaiiv the excursion.
Train will Icuvj Cairo au.l Vlnrinun dpot at
o'clock a. in . etoppia? at Tenth. Kniirti-eutti,
Twentieth and Thireroiid etreets.
Fare for Round Trip, Fifty Cents.
Cuildren iindr Eight years FKEE. No Lslr fare
ENTERED AT THB POST OFFICE IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, A3 SECOND-CLAPS MATTF.K.
OFFICIAL FA.'EK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
y.rnest II. Thielwko, City IMitor.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Caiko, HI.. May il. IsSil (
.Titu. Bar. Tlier. Uum. Wluil. ViJ Weather.
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2 p. m., v.K
11 I.t rain
I'. I.t rain
Maximum TeinperMuro. ki; Jlinltantn Turn
rerittiiru. M" ; Ki.iiiftil) til linhs.
KiKiver 10 feet liichrp. Fail '. inrtit-H .
. W. II. HAY.
Seru't Klfftial Cortia, U. Is. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In till column, five nana jut lint;, each
Counter, shelving and show cases. New.
Iuquire at P. 11. Soiiru.
TIIE TIMEVNI) PLACE.
The time is now, ami the place is ('. W.
Henderson's, corner Twellth uird Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all sizes and prices, just re
ceived; also u lull assortment of water
coolers, fishing taekle, w ire cloth for window
screens and a full stock of the celebrated
"White Mountain" ice-cream freezers.
Trice-, "rock Uttoni."
To my old customers and as many tew
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders tilled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
COAL OIL STOVE'S.
A full stock of Westlake non-explosive
Wire gauge coal oil stoves, the cheapest,
completi.st and quickest cooking stove in
the world. Also wire cloth lor screens and
ii full assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fjjihing, tackle, etc., at A. II alley's.
Commercial nve., oppo-ite Seventh st.
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st. be prepared to lurnish our citi
zens a lirst rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, mule fresh daily, und furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Order-!
left at ict, house, corner Eighth and Levee,
nll receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished nt $1.21 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roiu.itT Hkwktt,
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here uiid Phil. II.
5up has prepared for it. He has estab
lished hims'.'lt in l.is new quarteis next to
Die corner of Eighth sfivet und Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to fiirnMi the
liest of ice cream and anything in the con
fectionery line, in nay quantity, mi short
.notice. His mpi tor the accommodation
of parties wi'hii,;. t., nfosh themselves
with a plate of hi, delicious cream, are elc
Kit a:id complete h all their appoint
ments, ile e,ervc.. and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for the pains he ha taken in i'urnisliin-r
them with such an cxeellent establishment.
Give him o cull.
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the Held again
' this season, with his ico wagons, and will
bo prepared, af formerly, to furnish pure
.' lake- ice, In nay part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will givo the ousiuess his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat-
,; ron will be promptly, faithfully and satis-
. 'Vtorily served.
FOR PALE CHEAP.
Two show cases, one Gorman silver ami
nno walnut. Apply at the Chicago Cash
Store, coiner Tweuty-cighth util Commer
cial. SOMETHING NEW!
Look out for Bitk S.moE,
every Saturday, at Frank Klein's butcher
shop, Washington avenue, between Seventh
and Eighth streets.
HINGE WINDOW LOCKS,
Harvey 'a patent. The neatest, cheapest
and completest wiudow fasteners out. Costs
but 31 cts. per window; fastens either sash
wherever it is desired. Any person can put
them on. Sold only by Lancastek & Kick.
Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can be
changed so that no difference can be detect
ed between them and the new: an item of
economy for ladies to make a uote of. Or
ders left at the store will receive immediate
attention. The liquid is also kept by me in
bottles for sale with lull directions for its
use. J. Butt i En.
REFORM CLl'3 PICNIC.
Excursion tickets to Glcu Fern will be
placed for sale Friday morning at Fourth
street depot, Coleman's book store and
O'Hara's drug store. Full regular rates
will be charged on train to those having
no tickets. Stops will be made to take
passengers at Tenth, Fourteenth, Twentiei
and Twenty-eighth streets.
t . A..UILI.EK,
General Passenger Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these column, ten cent per line
Mr. Louis Herbert, has returned from
a visit to Cincinnati.
Mr. John Sackberger, who has been
quite ill, is recovering.
Miss Axley, from Villa Ridge, is In the
city visiting her uncle, Mr. W. 7. Axley.
-The first cherries, raised in this part of
the country, came in from Missouri yes
terday. A brother of Messrs. Barclay Bros.,
Mr. Hugh Barclay, of Russelville Ky., is in
Several new houses are in course of
Construction ou Twelfth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets.
Hon. Geo. R. Weudl'mg will deliver
his lecture, '"Problem ot the Ages" at Car
bondale, on Thursday the 27th iu-t.
The meeting night of the Sunday
School teachers of the MethodUt church
has been changed from Monday to Tuesday.
Call round and see the ladies' lap
boards, something new and useful to every
lady. For sale only at Hartman's crockery
store, Ninth and Commercial.
Mr. Geo. Fry, formerly of this city, but
now traveling, salesman for the ft. Louis
tobacco house of I. Newberger, is in town
selling cigars and tobacco to our dealers.
A gentleman, hailing from Baltimore,
is in the city decorating a number of our
business houses with very handsome signs
which advertises the "little joker" tobacco.
The Delta base ball club und the
Comique nine have agreed to play another
match game on next Tuesday afternoon.
They will contend tor a purse of twenty
The lir.-t entertainment to be given in
Dan Hartman's new hail, w ill be given on
next Thursday evening by the Cairo Social
and Literary society. The exercises will
The governor has oilVred a reward of
?i00 for the arrest of John Ru-sell, who
shot and killed Henry Stokt s. at Eight
Mile Prairie, Williamson county, mi Tues
day, May 11.
-The Illaulville Press says: "The
coroner of Cairo l.cid an inquest on the
body ot a tiead loan found on the ferry
boat. The verdict was that he was bit to
death by eallinippers at WicklitV--."'
Jim. 'Hart was yesterday arrested by
Ollicer Sehtickers for being under the inllu
ence of whisky. He was lined one dollar and
costs by Justice Olmsted, but being minus
the change be went to jail for three days.
It was not Mr. Louis C. Herbert who
took the appeal from the decision' in the
"theatre license cae," tried belore Justice
Olmsted day before yesterday, but the city
attorney was the "guilty party."
hy doesn't some enterprising man
start a lirst-class. commodious bath-estab
lishment in Cairo this summer; Such an
institution would be certain to pay in a city
containing so many Republicans as Cairo,
Many families in (.'aim have now fair
ly reached that happy time, which comes
in the life' of hou-a kecpcrs.when the family
is houseless, the altar overturned ami the
household gods thrown down -house denn
ing. The man who on u day like icrteiMav.
could have tilled this page with local mat
ter of general interest would have heeii re
garded 1 y us as even n greater genius than
Shakspeare. Will somebody please do
something to relieve the monotony;
Young Will llaythoiu, son id' Oscar
llaythom, has been in Cincinnati f.r some
time under the treatment of an eminent
oculist. It will be remembered that his
eyes were slightly defective, but a letter re
ceived from his fathd' yesterday evening
states that the defect has been remedied.
The Pad ucah News says that Paducah
is without seivant g:rls und that a large
number of house-work girls could
obtain good paying employment there itt
once. Some ente'rprisiug person could do
well by going to Massachusetts for: about
two hundred of the overplus of girls
iu that state.
Two colored women, taking advantage,
of the constitutional privilege to bear urms,
yesterday rolled up their sleeves and at tempt
ed to belabor one another vigorously. But
an ollicer who didn't seem to understand the
constitution that wuy, arrested them and
brought thum betore Squire Robinson, who
lined them live dollars and cost, each.
If there is one thing more than an
other that will make a Cairo young man iu
a big buttom-hole boquct, light gloves,
dainty clothes, and hair parted in the mid
dle come down to hard-pan und as near
common sense as he can get without previ
ous preparation or adaptability, it is to
have a woman tell him he ought to have
been born a girl.
Hon. F. E. Albright, who was in the
city a day or two ago, would, we under
stand, consent to run for congress. He is a
uiau of some prominence and good sense,
and judging from the manner in which
lie guarded the interests of his constitu
ents while in the state legislature, we be
lieve he would uot be a dead limb in the
Mrs. Grant is developing into very
much of a politician like ' Mrs. Logan,
Mts. Grant takes a most lively interest iu
everything political and is determined that
her husband shall be president. This is a
very proper thing for her to do,
but sooner than vote for her husband we
would vote for Logun for president and for
Ins wife for vice-president.
The yard, which Smith Bros, are hav
ing prepared for the accommodation of the
farmers who deal with them, extends from
Poplar t Washington, and will prove a true
blessing to the tillers of the soil who do
business with the firm. Some of our other
merchants, who have a large country trade,
would doubtless find it a paying investment
to provide like accommodations for their
The case of the city againstjJuo. Ilervy
for running a public conveyance without
license, came up before Justice Olmsted
yesterday. But John took an
appeal to Squire Robinson, who
found him guilty of running a hack with
out license and also for running one of his
vehicles without a number thereon. He was
fined for both of these offenses the fine
amounting to fifteen dollars.
The following resolution, favoring
General Grant, was adopted by tin: statu
convention, assembled at Springfield, by a
majority of scventv-nine votes, with tumul
tuous applause : 'Resolved, that Gen. L".
S. Grant, of Illinois is the choice of this
convention for president of the United
States." The general impression at Spring
field is that Cullom will receive the nomi
nation tor governor.
- Last Saturday afternoon the Carbon
dale Fair n-sociation took its first trite
money ami formally opened up on the ex
hibition of fast stock. This speaks well for
the enterprise of the Jackson county people
who commenced agitating the subject of
organizing an association ut about the same
time we did. They already have their fair
grounds, open while in this county even the
talk of organizing an a-sociation has died
Yesterday, while under the influence
ot liquor, an up town young man took pus
session of Mr. Jim Cheney's team, without
that gentleman's knowledge, and drove
down Commercial avenue at a very rapid
rite. He was apparently totally blind
or indifferent as to where' he drove
and ran his wagon against a horse which
was standing on the street, thereby rnjur
ing it more or less. The owner of the
animal believes that it has
been damaged to the extent
of thirty dollars and the young man who
caused the damage, not being wealthy
enough to pay it, Mr. Cheney will, we are
informed, be sued for that amount to-day.
From our exchanges, from various por
tions of different Western states,
we learn that the wheat crop
is growing beautifully and promises
an immense yield. It will ripen early,most
of it by the middle of June. There is no
indications that the price lor the new crop
is going to come down in the large wheat
markets of the country. The foreign jour
nals do not give encouragement of very
large yields at home, and are speculating
as to the extent of the crop, in America. It
is safe to say there will be no serious fall in
the price of wheat this year, compared with
that of last.
The city of Memphis, with no higher
purposo than to repudiate the o,i)iili,i)i)i) of
indebtedness her people had voluntarily
contracted, threw' oil' her co: porate identi
ty, abandoned her charter, and became
"ihe Taxing District of Memphis, Tenn."
Men who believe in the honest payment or
amicable adjustment of honest debts will
be glad to learn that the "Taxing District"
dodge didn't w in. The supreme court of
Tennessee has decided that tin; 'Distiict''
is the city's successor, ami, succeeding o
the taxable property of the city, is liable ,r
the city's debts. The decision is a right
eous one, und Will meet the appiob ition of
all honest man.
The last number of the Pope County
Democrat contains the following com a rniii'.'
our wide-awake steamboat agent,,' im Biggs:
"We are informed by Tin: Caiiio Daily
P.n.LETis, that Jim Biggs of Cairo, owns a
fist trotter. Jim thinks 'There's millions
iu it,' but Jim had better come up to Ool-
conda to spend the racing season and 6pcud
it catching small cat-fish with a pole and
lino, 'jist beyant' the sand bar in front of
town. Jim Biggs used, in the days of
'Auld lang Syne' while away many a happy
hour out there in the sun, catching cat-fish
and bass and white perch. Jim, bewar-r-r-r
re of horse flesh."
Owing to the dampness of the weather
the Reform club picnic has been postponed
until Wefidnesday, the 20th inst. Of course,
this is a disapointment to those of our peo
ple who had made arrangements to go
to-day, but we trust that their disappoint
ment will not prevent tliun from going
next Wednesday. If we remember lightly
it took not less than fourteen coaches to
accommodate the people, young and old,
who attended hn picnic f the club last
year and this time the attendance should
be fully as lurge or even larger and each
head of the family should not forget to
"tote along" a basket full of eatables and
after arriving there, no matter if he does
Put the pickle ic the nuejar,
Ot fcts tli! cuke where uuts ntound;
For uothiuj: mar the happy moment
Ou uch lovely picnic ground.
At a trial before Squire Robinson yes
terday, it came out that, at the ball given a
few days ago, by the Delta City Fire com
pany a lady, the wife of a certain gentle
man, had made repeated attempts to gsjn
admittance to the ball room and al
though she was several times told that she
was not wanted there, she finally managed
to get into the hall, when a member of
the company took her by the arms
and led her out of the house.
Shu sued this gentleman and the
case came up .before Squire Robin
son, Geo. Ileiidcricks appearing for the de
fense and the city attorney, Will Hen
dricks, for the prosecution. The case was
argued ut length and after weighing the
evidence and applying the law. the Squire
decided in favor of the gentleman afore
said. The meeting at the Reform hall last
night was a quite lively and interesting one
and the audience, which was by no means a
small one, was thoroughly entertained.
Mrs. Rittenhouse made the first talk,
which was as cheerful aud full of good
sense as her speeches invariably ure. She
was followed by several other ladies und
gentlemen, all of whom did their lull share
in contributing to the entertainment. A
general spirit was manifested to rigidly ex
clude all those from the club who were not
strictly temperate and of tolerating no
imposition in this regard. The club
agreed to the announcement previously
made, to postpone the picnic until next
Wednesday. Dr. Dunning, the president
of the club, presided. We found it impos
sible to be present at the meettng and are
indebted to a gentleman who was prcent,
for the above facts.
The Democratic county convention of
Williamson county, held at Marion on the
17th inst., was one of the most enthusiastic
and harmonious ever held in any county in
this congressional district. Me,rrs. James
M. Washburne, R.M. Hundley, W. 1!. Ren--on
and J. F. Council were chosen dele
gates to the stati; convention. To the con
gressional convention, Messrs. Win. E.
Wiley, L. A. Goddard, R. M. Allen, Allen
Scurloek, W. J. Pulley, Levy Fcrtvll und
John W. Burton were chosen. These dele
gates were instructed to vote, iu the coii
giif sional convention, for Hon. N. W, (ira
ham. On motion, the delegates to the state
convention were instructed to u-e their in
fluence for tin1, nomination of Samuel J.
Tilden an I Tims. A. H'-ndrick- for presi
dent an 1 vice-president.
- -We are in receipt of a "complimentary"
from the Chicago Jockey and Trotting club,
for which, in our most polite manner, we
tip our hat to that org aniz ition. For the
benefit ofthos ' of our readers who are in
terested in "horse flesh" we will ay that
tin' running meetings of tlu; club will be
held on June 1!), 21.2'J, 2:!. 21, 25 and 2i,
and June .'!d and July 1,2. : and ."i, and pro
mise to be the largest, best and most inter
esting racing meetings held during the pre
sent season. The value of the stakes and
purses oll'cred by the club amounts to over
Swo.uOO, mid includes forty-one nices, of
tin-most varied ami interesting character,
and provides for dash races, hurdle races
ami heat races, nt all distances. In the
stakes which dosed ou February :)d, four
hundred am! nine horses, from the best
stables in the country, are engaged, among
them such flyers as Fortuiia, Long Taw,
Fonso, Himyar, Voltunm. Irish King. Blue,
Eyes, Jack Hardy, Bueklie, Lottery, Kim
ball, Harkaway, One Dime, Gov. Neptune,
Jils Johnson, Camuiie F Krupp Gun, Bye-und-Byc,
Renown, Little Rullin, .Verdict,
Ella Rowett, Bowling Green, Victim, Beati
tude, Mark L., Lucy (ieoige. Frank Short,
und others equally us good. Three ami
four races will In; run i nch day, and are so
arranged that every dav has its special and
--The great day of all days in this
country, the Fourth of July, is near at hand
hardly six weeks o:l'--aud in view of this
fact it is not too early to a,k whether or
not Cairo, will commemorate the day or not.
For several yeais we have had opportuni
ties to cKi.EiiitA ti:, but it has ended in
smoke and the result has been that the
money which ought to be kept here has
bien diverted to other points. After the
day has passed the merchants and citizens
growl about pciiplo going elsewhere to
Hpeiul their money. How can we expect the
people to do otherwise w hen there is no at
traction here ( The fault is not with those
B URGE R BROS5
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE
SPBING STYLES, 188Q.
Our Stock of
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
For Men, Youths' and Boys' wear, is now Ready for Inspection, Examination and Sale.
We aim to be Surpassed by none. Equalled by few and Envied hyall, in our efforts
to Clothe suitably ami Economically, all who will favor us with their patronage.
During the Spring aud Summer we propose to offer a line of goods
SECOND TO NONE
In this part of the country, and we shall at all times endeavor to keep our pricei
WITHIN Till; REACH OF ALL.
Our working expenses are very light iu comparison with our business needs, theie
fore SMALL PROFITS und quick returus will pay u- better than to hold our goods
for fancy figures.
We respectfully solicit your patiouage and .
(luarantpe Satisfaction in evii'y Transaction.
IJILHG EII BROS.,
No. lO-5 Commercial Avenue.
who go eslcwhese to celebrate, but with
the lack of enterprise which makes it
necessary tor thctu to do so. The only way
to prevent it is to remove tin; cause by h iv
iug a grand celebration of our own. Nor
is this all we should go to work at or.ee.
The longer we delay the more difficult it
will be to secure attractions. If we wait
until all the outside towns are up and doing
until they have announced their pro
grammes, and then expect to get up a suc
cessful Fourth, we will fail. There certainly
ought to be a sutlicient number o'. enterpris
ing citizens willing to take charge of and
make the affair a success, an I no one will
dispute that the city would be benefitted.
The K. M. Iv. C and the Hibernian tire
company are spoken ci as nav:ng expres-p.i
a willingness to cdebrat? the day, but
whether or not either of these organizations
can be indujed to furnish entertainment f r
our people, without having first teceived a
pecuniary encouragement from our mer
chants, we are mt prepare.! to say.
(Juite a sensation was created,
last night. among the friends
and acquaintances of young Tie's. I
Spmat, by the report that be hi't met ,
with a very sjrious accident. We called at i
the r.-idenee of his f.thi-r. Mr. Jno. Sprout,
ami learn'M t.v rM.e.vi'ig patellar-:
It appear, that he wa, stj!.r.
intending the m mag' :iic::t ( some
of his father's ice cars on
the Mi-sis-ippi Central railroad and
was in the act of clim'.mig up the side !al
der of one ol the car, w ::i,c the train was
iimving at a raijid rite , ver a highembat.k-
luent w hen, it is si;p;i sed, one of the steps
gave way. precipitating i.im to - ground
i, .1 ...I , i i -.t
llllil ilOWil tile si le of tu foi l Oe i, w:i;i
coiisidi.'iable force. His fill w is not imme lb I
ktely noticed ,4;id be w is n u missed until af- !
ter the train had run about four miles 1'r :u j
wher.; he fell. One of the braked":: t ;
gave the alarm, and upon bat king the
train, Mr. Sprout was found lying j
upon the ground in an in-enible c n litioii. I
He was picked up, carrie I to Holly
Springs and pluc-d under medical
care. Every effort i'cis since been made to
restore him to conciousnes., lu:t without
succe-'s. This, it is believed, is owing t"
a c.oneuss'i ei of tic brain. No
limbs were broken an
have received a s-vcp'
seem to have so., tain
We hope that hi- Co!
Ci, Ills V.t I s
1 no injury,
lition is ti t as
precarious as is at j r
relatives and friends.
CYCLONE AT CARBoNDALE.
Till: -Oil lll.ll.N ILLINOIS MUtMAI. t ' N I .1 . U
Sll V MOISK (111 Ll.-S JHMAOl.D.
The following dispatch, dated Carbon
d lie, M ly 20th explains itself:
"This afternoon at about 'J o'clock a cy
clone, coming from the we,t, struck the
southern end ol the town of CurOondah'.
uprooting trees, blowing down fences, un
roofing houses and doing other damage, No
lives' are, up to the present, reported lo.t,
The State Normal university, a magnificent
four-story structure with mansard roof,
located on high ground, sustained the mo.t
serious injury, and for a while was the
scene of wild excitement. It was directly
in the track of tin' hurricane,
and ihi; slate shingles on the roof were
torn oil" like chaff ami sent like
so many cards spinning over the fields to
ward the hills to the east. One of the
large gothic double windows with its mas
sive frame was blown bodily into the main
school room and came crashing with its
ponderous weight down on tin; iron-framed
desks, demolishing nearly a doen beneath
il and slightly wounding several young la
dies with fragments of glass from the shal
tercd panes. The stulclits became excited
beyond control, and notwithstanding the
C.ool sell possession of Rruwulec, the
professor of education, V.ho did his
utmost to retain a panic, they
rushed pelbnitll through the difi'.'icut
doors of exit to the floor below. The
cadets, drilling at the time iu saber exer
cise in the large lecture hall on Ihe top
floor, were apparently the only ones amotitf
the students with whom discipline seemed
THE FitOXT !
to have the upper hand. Though not im
mediately ia tlnj school room they reilizf 1
the force of the storm. They were at th"
time iu charge ot one of their own num
ber. Cadet ('apt. James H. Beattie, of Spur
t a, the professor of military science being
confined to his hotel with rheuma
tism. On" of the heavy cais
'ns of the artillery p.rk
in the university grounds was taken up by
the fierce wind and rushed wildly in a di ag
onal direction nearly 100 yards to the cn
limbered gun on the the, right ot the ba'
tery, with which it collided, and then stop
ped. Tiie tine facilities for exit in case of
panic afforded in the construction of this
noble building fully demonstrated their a 1
vinges when the test came in the next d tr,
and no; a person that your crre-pon dnt can
learn was injured In the slightest by jam
ming or crashing. It is too early, as y.-t,
to learn of the results of the storm, or i f
its extent, in the adjacent countv."
hiuk th- ('.unique gang had b-'.
stay at Imm
st1-' be pi
to rviud iv b
J. L. Wiite me
through the ( 'aim P. ( i
Ian i lav,.
I'd! me l.ow th
Ad lu-ss VY
-Want'' i d iV boat-
motv. t i let to
nthunan jm 1
. XX. this ..f-
r two la lie-.
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Kill: l TU K I'OslvKKHT. AT CAIIto. ILL.
M VV 22. I"' I.
Bt.,0, Moliie; Byrl. Aunie; Burn-. M.
('.: Carroll. Li.'.ie: ('j.alhxk, Reckey;
Green, Elia: G-mes. M.: Hrer, Minnie;
Hayes, Jane: Hitchet. Miggic: Joae. Pu
thenia; Kin,'. Mr.. L"o: L-'iiimctts. K.,i;
Lee. S. A.; Morgan. Emma: Miliiken. B"e
ca; Rush, Alvlra: Riper. Mrs. Jane; Slier
ick, LizieA.: Stovall, Angeline: Walker,
Ida; White. Clara A.: Whitehead, Nancy
11 : Wal-h. Mrs. Mary.
A loan.. Richard; Adkius. M.T.; Adims,
Calvin; Il :g, Bine: Barrow. C. S.; Bed
f.rd, .John: liowets. S. D.: Campion,
Michael: Duncan. C. C; Dean. Ja. li;
iray. S .nipson : Harrison, Jno. 31.: Hacker,
Peter: Hamilton, J.tbe: Hofhinre, Fred.:
Johnson. ('. IL; King, Chas.: Letg,
Clurley. Lee, J. M.: Mar
tin. Ralph: McMann, John;
Mi'Auiiil'e, Joim: Montgomery. Emmet;
Newton. H.J. : Pope. Burl: Reno, A. T.;
I'.'tt. r, II. T,: Pharr. W. ('.: Robinson. 11 ;
Rogers. '.. 15.: Slmckcncy. .b,n; Sturgi,
C. J.: Smiiler. II. A.: Sharp. John; Steph
en.. Maek: Smith. S.: Vacar.a. A.: Waller,
French: Wood. George W.: Ward, II. 11.;
l'er-ons calling '.'or any of the above
name I letters will please sav advertised.
G. W. Mi Kii.wu, P. M.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS.
Farmers and ail others in making invest
ments or purchases are always glad to know
w here and le w they can do the best. If a
line buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best material.or
good saddle for cither man or woman, or in
fait saddh ry or harwe.s of any description,
tin- targes'-, newest and most complete stock
will always be found at W.M. Luwio &
Co.'s 121 Commercial avenue; alo a full
stock of curry combs, brushes, bridles, hal
ters, harness oils, whips, collars, hames,
strap-', iiin s. buggy cushions, '
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
gi iicrally, 1 have removed from the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, to No. 101 Commercial
avenue, where I ajn better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of household,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatness and price cannot be sur
passed, ('AMI' C1IAIUS AMI UlILDUKN's lll'UlilK
A specialty. Every bodv is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan Hartmanu'.s
old stand. Respectfully,
Just received at Tun Bi'U.ktin olllce a
stock of paper especially for "Hectograph"