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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1881,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
RNTHHKD AT THE KMT OTVlCt IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, At aCOND-CLA88 MATTKK.
LOCAL WSATBBR KEl'jKT.
Camo. HI.. May 14, IHHI
1 1 " : ifl
1 p.m awwi
Wlud. Vel Waatber
Aaiimmn Temperature. 7 Minimum Tm
piraturu73:Knln 0 tucbca.
Uiver, . feet s Inchua. Kali 10 llicbw.
n lit KA I
Scrti't Hluul Conn. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nuticea In thla column. nv conu per line, each
i n-ertluu. For one mouth, 50 ceuta pur liuu.
Sliavlngr and Other Sunday Work of
Wu the undersigned, barbers of Cairo,
Illinois, agree to adopt the following prices
for Sunday work, commencing on Sunday,
May 211 881:
Shaving M cents
Hair Cutting accents
Children's Hair Cuttingon Sunday.. 35 cents
J. Geoiioe Steishovsu,
J. 11. DOEHIMt,
Con had Aliia,
Wm. T. Scott.
I offer my store ami residence, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
fixtures, at a bargain for cash. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given. This is the best
business stand in the city, especially for
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. Metcalf.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard & Bon
nie1" composed of John 0. Barnard and
John T. Ui iinie, 1ms been dissolved. All
persons concerned will please tajta notice of
the fact and govern themselves accordingly,
John T. Kennie.
Caiuo, III., April 20, 1881.
To Whom it may Concern.
No1 ice is hereby given that Jonn T. Hen
nie of the firm of Barnard fc Rennie, did on
the 2(!th of April and thereafter publish a
notice of the dissolution of said firm, with
out my knowledge or consent. I therefore
give notice to all persons, to pay no debts
duo to said firm, or to purchase any materi
al belonging to said lirm, or to contract any
debts, or to labor or have any transaction
with said firm until further notice.
J. 0. B.uiNAiin,
Firm of Burnard & Uennie,
Choice Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
em Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at G. M. Aldkn's,
78 Ohio Levee.
lee, Wholesale and Retail.
... I km now prepared to sell ice by the car
loud, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit
Orders for carload lots will receive prompt
iitteiilion. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. IVahw.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Spesce.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
llektogrnph use, for sale at The Bulletin
Having made extensive improvements in
tbc Planters House nnd being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, wu would respecttully
solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, we are ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
Botto & Ga.zola.
Use The Caiuo Bulletin scratch Isioks,
for sale at the office, 1200 No. :j book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Use the Pnntagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra chargi
over ordinary binding for the tablets
Furnished only by The Caiuo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads am
other printed stationery.
Buy the Improved Howe Scales nc
knowledged the best made. Borden, Sel
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, III.
Bucklen'u Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
ctter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, nnd
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIaha
(iENEItL LOCAL ITEMS.
Wotlcaa In IheiMi cninmna ..... ...... .... 11-.
each luMntun. Marked ' ' " fcvul" "uv
Nun Plus Utm llavamw, 10 cents
straight, at Sehuh's.
The authorities of Carml Imyo t.VmA
up ordinary places of merchandising m
F. M. Meeker, living southeast of Van
dalis, was killed by the kick of a horse a
few days ago.
Kemombcr tlio G. G. uext week. Bear
in mind that the Golden Grotto does not
open on Sundays, but on every week day.
patrons will receive polite attention
See our all Wool Bunting, at SO cents.
Morning and evening services will be
held in nearly all our churches to-day
During last week the firm of Hinkle
Moore & Hinkle sold about titty hogsheads
The body of Elmer Foster, the Beventh
of the victims of the Elgin ferryboat disas
ter, has been recovered.
Samuel Fry aged about sixty, was
dangerously gored by a bull, at Carrollton,
on Wednesday evening.
The little son of Prof. Stetson, of the
State Normal school, had a leg broken at
the Normal hay-press.
See our great bargain in Ladies' Low
Slippers, at f 1 .00 and $1.25. Stuart.
A practical movement is on foot to
string Minckley, Sycamore nnd Sanwich
all on one telephone line.
At the Golden Grotto fresh marshal-
lows; French confections nnd caramels of
all kinds just received.
Rock ford is to have a new hosiery
manufactory, with a capital of $100,000 and
a capacity of 200 hands
The amount expended at Decatur for
visible improvements already made this
year, or now in progress, foots up flflO,
Wednesday evening, a 9-ycar-oId
daughter of Jeff. Burko, of Bloomincton,
was bitten by a vicious dog, thought to be
The Chicago & Alton company has nc
ceded to the request of the switchmen at
Bloomington, and advanced their pay
about fifty cents a day.
22 doz. new Lace Ties and Fichus in
new and elegant novelties, at popular
Esquire O. A. Osborn is having his po
lice office newly papered and painted.
When finished his office will compare favor
ably with any in the city.
A young man named Short, aged six
teen, in attempting to get off a moving
train at Quincy, lost an arm and had his
collar-lone broken. He will probably die,
Yesterday evening the first through
passenger train arrived here from St. Louis
on the Narrow Gauge railroad
since the Mississippi went down.
A joint stock company, with Mayor
Warner, Dr. Murphy, John S. Stevens, and
others, at its head, has been organized at
Peoria, to furnish the city with a supply of
George Latner will soon commence the
erection of a two story brick building,
twenty-five by sixty feet, on the easterly
side of Commercial avenue, between Fifth
and sixth streets.
A mule attached to a gig standing on
Railroad Btrip, between Sixth nnd Eighth
streets, ran away yesterday morning early,
but was Btopped on Sixth street before any
damage was done.
As will be seen by his advertisement,
Mr. Schocmbs is kept very busy filling or
ders for wire screens. Those from his shop
arc extra satisfactory. Those in want of a
good article, Bhould send in their orders 1
Isaac Funk, of Funk's Grove, McLean
county, turned over to the county clerk,
Wednesday, six wolf scalps, on which he
received a bounty of $5 each, making f 130
paid for wolf scalps in that county since
the 1st of April.
John Zoffingcr, of Minier, a journey
man barber, on the night of July 5, 1880,
had an arm and a leg taken oft by a switch
ing train on the Lake Erie and Western
Railroad, in Bloomington. Wednesday,
the jury awarded him $12,500.
Officer John P. Hogan caught a run
away horse on Seventh street yesterday
morning. The horse was the property of
Mr. Mehner, the plasterer, who had him
hitched to a wagon which was entirely
demolished. Tlio horse rim from some
where on Second Btreet.
In our account of the running away of
Mr. Fitzgerald's team a few mornings ol-o
wu stated that Mr. Penn's horse was scared
by the passing team and was started after
it. Wo were misinformed. The other team
was the property of Mr. Valentine Resell;
Mr. 1'cMn'g horse does not run away
Rev. Chaplin again preached to a fair
audienco at Reform hall last evening. Ho
is making a success of his meetings here
as ho ulways does elsewhere. Ho will
preach at Reform hall this morning and
evening, and will address the Sunday
school children this afternoon, nt four
The rumor that, owing to the rapid
fall of tlio Ohio river, the ferryboat Three
States would not bo able to niuko the trip
to Fort Jefferson on next Saturday for the
Temperance picnicers, was yesterday nu-
thontively contradicted. The liver must
fall a number of feet yet t prevent the
Throe States from reaching the Fort.
By Invitation of Captain W. P. Halli-
day the scholars of three of the high school
rooms, with thulr teachers, Misses Chase.
nays, Lacrono and Prof. Alvord, took an
excursion to Fort Jefferson on the steamer
' iiroo States yesterday, and pictdcod among
green lull, 0f that delightful place. A
ui oincr young people occompa-
viiu imriv. aui.lU.. .I.- i
- --v.Mug will UUIIIDUT 10
They roamed In the
den with flowers and ferns and crowned
with wreathes of green. Tho trip was fraught
with pleasure to every one of tho larue
At the Goldeu Grotto fresh biiuaiias
11 n. 1 nt-Hiii'i-H but rir.ilvMil
n J - .
Commencing with to morrow the high
school will have hut one session, from 7:30
o'clock in the morning until 12:30 o'clock
But one case of a criminal character
came up in our police courts yesterday, this
was John Gibney, arrested by Officers
Myers and Hogan, for violating chapter
five, section fifteen of tho ordinances, by
being drunk. Tho prisoner plead guilty
to the charge and was fined 0110 dollar and
costs. Execution for collection of sanw was
issued to Officer John P. Hogan.
On Sunday, May 20, thcro will bo a
jubilee over the fifty-seventh anniversary of
the founding of Methodism in Blooming
ton. All tho presiding elders 01 the dis
trict in past years, and all tho former pas
tors of tho church, and as many of the
members who have moved away as can be
heard of, are being invited, and many of
them have stated that they would be
It is most indicative of tho seriousness
of the split in tho republican party that the
Conkl'iigites pre talk'ng about inpenching
the president foriolating the tenure-of-of-
fice act in tho matter of the New York np
pointmcn's. It v. . II probably end in talk,
but that such a tbmg should bo imagined
and spoken of is a significant sign that the
presidential pole 1ms stirred up the animals
"Owing to illness, Mr. Damron,
state's attorney of Alexander county, has
been unable to attend to the county's bus
iness in tho circuit court now in session at
Cairo, and Major Anderson, tho state's at
torney for this county, has been in Cairo for
the greater part of this week attending to
the business for him. The major is a keen
one and the interests of the people of Al
exander will be safe in his hands." Pu
We still have a few pieces of our Linen
Lawn, at 15 cents left. It is the greatest
bargain ever offered in these goods, and
would be cheap at 25 cents. Stuart.
of other young men in this city, who spend
most of their time in loafing, gambling and
carousing. Their relatives deserve pity
because they suffer deeply without guilt,
but the young culprits, who nro all old
enough to know and do better, deserve
only the severest condemnation and tho
lullest penalty of the law.
Latest from Washington is to the ef
fect that the president has so far prevailed
iu the controversy with Conkling that an
early vote will bo taken on the Robertson
case. To this extent this is a victory, for
Gen. Garfield's position has been that hav
ing mailo a nomination he is entitled to
have it acted upon, allowing, however, of
course, tho senate to exercise tho privilege
of rejection, should it think such action
proper. The situation has Inst none of its
seriousness and republican senators nro
making the most strennous attempts to
prevent a breach, and there nro many
rumors of a compromise. It is significant
that most of this sort of talk comes from
Cnnklingites; and it is regarded as a sign
that they foresee their ultimate defeat.
Another attempt was made a few days
ago to burn down the remainder of the
Anna insane asylum, but without resulting
in much damage. The fire was detected be
fore it had made much headway and im
mediately put out. The work of
an incendiary wast plainly recognizable
in mis attempt, ami nenco a
double force of watchmen has been placed
in ana around the inniding. It appears
and is believed by many people at Anna
and here,that the attempt was prompted by
jealousy, which exists among the attendants
of the institution. Many of them are dis
satisfied with their positions, aspire higher
positions and seek by every means to bring
.1: ir. a 1
mseretui upon nieir superiors. Jt this is
true the total destruction of the asylum is
only a question of time.
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him jour orders to get work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
OIVE HIM A O ALL.
out the state of Indiana, fraudulently
obtained, the Republican party would
not have succeeded nt the noils.
no honest republican should even think of
that success without blushing with shanir,
much less swell with pridu nt the minor
results of the dirty work. But, perhaps, J.
P. is not troubled with much of the article
aforesaid, and hence he can swell without
ify danger of blushing. But we are kind
ly disposed toward Robarts in spite of his
rank republicanism; there is another dan
ger that besets him; we advise him, there
lore, not to expand too much ; he can't stand
much more expansion. We are anxious
that he should take this advice
SO kinilly L'lVen. and rcstrnin Liu
lioyant nature his proud spirit; because if
he floes not there may come "a crash of
thunder sound, nnd Robarts will have gone
with the gentle breeze, that far arourx
strewed bits of flesh and bone."
A,ivtrtUttrU in mmMtti ( ,,,.1
0 Jvt liHtt or lat 1 tint talumn, 10 ,, ,,. ...
yuH KENT- lOM.iud. fi, ruli-In. I t,t nMuri.M.c.t
...V,h."J nl.',h"."l.,,:,,,"r,, Ut ""liHl.il! rsl.-p.
Apply st lliillttlu biillilliii.'.
flfANTED. A Knod Ikiv from fniirti-cn to cli-h-IT
toen yi-rmif bl', Mum bo wllllm' tovvmk
arid at)0 to write & fnlr baud. Ajiplyto
J. II. KEEI).
rj IKLSWANTKITo mnke nmulb i.lm fr
VJ ciHrltuM. Kucy li-arhi-U. Apply to.Uhn li, n.
Ion, KikIiIIi flret-t m ur Ohio evc, Momluv worn
about two hundred
woous ana over tho bill, and throngl,
turned about six o'clock, most of them la-
Tunis is looming up as the theatre of a
possible war that may lead to serious inter
national complications. The merits ol the
differences between France and Italy seem
of little concern to western world people.
Tunis is of interest, however, to us, be
cause we once found it necenssary to give it
a good thrashing; and for another reason,
also: it contains the grave of John Howard
Payne, the author of Home, Sweet Home,
who found in its Ravage soil that home
which, living, the world refused him.
By telephone we were told last night
that Mr. James Mulkey, of Commercial
Point, was in the city and that he reported
the freshet in the Mississippi river to have
been very distructivo at that point. Mr.
Mulkcy's wheat was for some time under
six feet of water ; the northeast corner of
the foundation of the custom-house was
washed out; the exchange building was
badly damaged and the entire track of the
street car line was washed into the river.
The Union depot was also moro or less
Tho Golden Grotto, the cheapest place
to buy fruits, confections and cigars.
It has been ascertained that tho four
murderous ruffians who fired upon the sher
iff's posse near New Madrid, Mo., the other
day and killed young LaForge, had pro
tected their breasts and backs with steel
plates made by themselves of crosscut
saws. The county court of New Madrid
county has made an additional offer of two
thousand dollars for the capture of the
gang. Ono thousand dollars for Meyers
and five hundred for each of the
others. This makes the reward for
Meyer's capture twelve hundred dollars
and for J. (). Hamilton nnd F. Brown,
seven hundred dollars each.
In reply to editorials, which appeared
in the Springfield papers, to the effect thnt
Hon. Geo. R. Wendling had purchased a
controlling interest in and would become
editor-in-chief ot the Bloomington Bulle
tin, that paper, in its issue of the 13th inst.,
says: "Mr. Wendling has not purchased
either a half or a controlling interest in tlio
the Bulletin, nnd he will not, on Monday
next, bochief-iu-editor ot this paper. In
June next Mr. Wending will remove his
family to this city. Within a few weeks ho
will determine what relations in a business
way he will have with the Bulletin."
Wo arc offering a lull line of the cele
brated (Quaker City (unlaiindered) Shirts,
at 11.00. Wo gunranteo it to be the best
madu nnd best fitting Shirt in the U. S.
Day before yesterday Officer
who held an execution
Mauiice Farnbakcr for
five dollars and costs,
against him for carrying concealed weapons,
which ho refused to pny or secure in any
way, took him Into custody, nnd placed him
in the city jail to servo out the
flno. Mayor Thistlcwood was yesterday
applied to for a relcnBO and, moved by tho
circumstances surrounding tho case,
which would indirectly cause tho in-
nm.u 4(ihM .1..
llU Urailtcd tllO rcOUUSt nml rnlnnand
the young man. It is b bo hoped that
young Farnbaker's experience will bo
"f profit to himself, as well as to a number
At last Mauley Matthaws hits been
confirmed as a member of the United
States supreme court, but he slips in by the
close shave of 21 to 23. We believe no man
who wps ever raised to this honorable
place enjoyed the distinction of being so
strenuously opposed by the strongest law
yersofthe country. Had he jwssesscd a
nice and constant sense of honor he might
have accepted the ndverse report of the
judiciary committee as a judgment of some
of his most intimate personal and profes
sional friends that he was unfit for the
place, and would have asked the president
to withdraw bis name. Irstead, be has
engaged in a st.uggle for the position, and
has exposed a greed to be confirmed. His
success is not a matter in wb'ch the coun
try can feel any great nmount of pride,
though he may make a good justice.
The Fourth of July celebration in this
city promises to be the grandest ever held
here. Never lefore has there been such a
concentration of effort in this city to ac
complish a purpose of this kind
the movement lias been put on foot
in time to make every necessary ar
angement lor the occasion, hence it
may be expected that nothing will be lack
nig to make it complete and to the highest
degree attractive. But to make it every
thing that it should be requires not money
alone, but also work and not a little of it.
It takes work to prepare the ground, by the
erection of capacious sheds and benches,
where the multitude may find protection
from the hot sun and rest for their weary
limbs; there must be a number of refresh
ment stands, so that people may be readily
accommodated with what they
may desire, nnd keepers of these stands
must be reliable men, who will not grossly
impose upon their customers, by selling to
them, at an outrageous price, n nauseous
pink decoction for lemonade nnd a cracker,
rubbed over a stuffed ham for a sandwitch.
This kind of outrages have occurred
not often, but yet too often, even if but
once. e have reason to believe that
those who have the affair in hand
will see to It that everybody
is fairly treated.' It takes work
also, to arrange for the grand street parade,
which should be the principal feature of
the celebration and it takes not a little
work to make all the preliminary arrange
ments. This work will all be done by
members ot the Mystic Krew nnd the fire
companies; the people arc expected only to
furnish a few hundred dollars in money to
meet the necessary preliminary expenses of
the celebration. This will doubtless Iki
forthcoming when once the committees get
Yesterday's Pulaski Patriot says
truthfully: "Indianapolis went republi
can by a very flattering majority hiEt week
and the city elections throughout the Btate
generally are very encouraging to repub
licans. These results would seem to indi
cate that by the election last fall, the repub
lican party in Indiana was placed on a very
substantial basis." All true; but draw
asido tho curtain and gazo upon tho clos
ing act of the great plot of 1880. Witness
what is being done with the men who
placed the republican purty of Indiana
upon a "substantial basis." Witness the
treachery of thoso who are reaping tho
benefits of the Dorsey-Bnuly rascalities;
how they stand upon tho "substantial basis"
made by tho people's money, dishonestly
obtained and, with a meaning wink
at their fellow beneficiaries, send their un
principled tools into lasting disgrace. In
diana, as a republican state, is the price of
corrupt republican bargains nnd of gold,
stolen from tho people of the United States
by republican thieves. And, sinco with-
Chief of Police Myers received the fol
lowing postal card yesterday, which may
be of special interest to some one ot The
'I)t Quoin, III., May 14.1S81.
"IJeah Sin I have under arrest four
men: having in their possession one buck
fine Navy blue cloth nluir tobacco, brand
ca'.vmy;' twenty prs. suspenders.
you know of any one missing such good
nouiy at once. j. Ciiahi.ton.
"A MODEL HOTKL OUTFIT."
Under thealKive head the Cincinnati En
quirer, ot the 12th instant, sjieaks thus of
the kitchen outfit purchased by Mr. L. I1
Parker for the Hallidny house of this city
"On the pavement in front of John Van
it Co's establishment, No. 0 East Fourth
street, yesterday afternoon, was an enor
mous wrought iron range of a new pattern,
and remarkably handsome and complete,
with carving-tables, boilers tea and coffee
urns and bake oven to match. Inouirv de
veloped the fact that this model outfit was
to be sent to the St. Charles hotel. Cairo.
Ill, whirh is being refitted and remodeled.
It is the finest hotel in Southern Illinois.
and will open about June 1st.
Mr. Tony Fogassi, of Bird's Point, Mo.,
was at the Planter House yesterday.
Mr. J. B. McClarance, of CarUmdale,
Ills., was a guest at the HoM de Wiuter
Judge J. H. Robinson's family have re
moved to Cairo from Elco, where they
lived for some time.
The family of Mr. E. C. Tuttle, of the
Illinois Central railroad, have gone to Iowa
on 11 few months' visit.
Mayor Thistlewood went to Chicago
yesterday afternoon on business. He will
probably return day after to-morrow.
Mr. John Reeve, chief clerk of the Illinois
lower house, arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon, and will remain until to-morrow.
Mr. Charles Akcrs, of Texas, route
agent of the Pacific Express Company, was
in the city yesterday on business with Mr.
Hall, agent of the Iron Mountain Railroad
Tho members of the medical professions
of the city of Cairo and Southern Illinois,
Southeastern Missouri and Western Tennes
see, are cordially nnd fraternally invited to
attend tne convention of the Southwestern
Kentucky Medical Association in this city,
on l uesday, way I i, 1S81, at 11 a. m.
A hearty welcome will be extended to
nil who favor us w ith their presenco on the
J. W. iMNOLETON, ITCB t.
Paduuaii, Ivy., May 0, 1881.
We havu lust received some copies ol
Sunday school library books, published by
Uavict C. Cook, ol Chicago, lor 0 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness
Schools may now have a library of 100
copies lor live dollars. Mr. Cook will Bend
full catalogue free.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Bloomer, Virgille, N. Y., writes:
"Thomas' Eclectuic Oil cured a badly
swollen neck and sore throat in forty-eight
hours. My wife was also cured of a lame
foot in twenty-four hours. Paul O. Schuh,
-All pi-rfoim tnltiiiir
V part In the ( riiliil or A
li'iid, will 11 1 at IUmiiiiui' Imll tomorrow (Mon
day) vi-nlnir Tor ui ncml rchcrnil.
U'OK MALE. t a htruiln, n pond lnit'V mid
I xadillv horru; hIho t kihiiI top nuuny with htir-iH-pj
and outfit rompl.tu. For further purl irnluM
iniuri at my ri-nlili-nn- on ( ron Htn-t-t, third door
uat of hlli hcIiooI tiirldintf
L'ult KENT Th Delia Ilotini-, corner of Third
'rt'i-t and Commi-rrlnl avi-niie IU l-.-n Ihor
oiiL'hly rvpaln d Int.-nially and i iti-ri.allv. In .It
nuti-d only one Murk from all th railroad .-p..t
and only two hlorka from tlio principal M nml.01,1
Undliii-a. Apply to M . M IIAI.K.
(JARNIVAL OF AUTHORS,
I tollman's If all.
Commcneiiiir Tumlay Evcnlnsr May 17,
KoiiMlrar.d Ev.-tiltia EnU-rtalnmiintu, III, dittcr
tut programme t-ach i-vcnlh".
.Macniflri-nt t'oliim-. KlncMnnlr. Vnoal and Or
rhinral. A Novel, 1 ttl'ine and Iimlnirtivc
Literary. Dittiiiatie.Artistio and Musical
Splendid Dinner aenred from to 8 oYlo. k on
Wediii'.dar. Thurila.and Krldar. for VirenK
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( hlldreti a ticket., ir centn.
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and l'i rent.
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FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Htehpst CftHh Price Paid for Wleat.
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A mnde t.y the moi eminent reliolara of Kneland
and Ainerlra. Half the Price of Corri-nooinlinL'
Ei L'llrh Edition. Larire tvne. line n lili!ier.ri.li-ii.
dered paper, eletfnnt Mnillne A a n-panile Tom
pn lieti'lve lllntory of the lUhle nnd ll Trmn-ln
tlohn," IniludinL' a full account if I he New Jtevin
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Heat chance for ai;enla ever offered. Hetid atamp
for particulars at once.
fhe Henry Itlil ruhilrhlnf! Company., Norwiili,
KKTOUT OK THE CONDITION
CITY N ATI ON A I, HA N K
al Ciilro, In the Hlnte ol llllnnl
HI the ( lime of
May 6th, 11IH1.
To nil who nro sulfering from tho errors
and indiscretions ofyoiith, nervous woaknef s,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I w"1
anrwl a rorinn flint will film vim. free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary In South America.
a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Inmiui, Station I), New York City.
Bad blood. always causes rouu . u
mnv bo a family iigui or uu,'7n' ; ,.V '
c,o . 1nt n mutter. "Lr. LilllU-
nun, luuur, ivv.( . .,
Sey's Blood Scnrcher" is tho curo-aii.
t n.rniuliml. and liapcr maps Of
Cairo for saloi at Tim Bulletin office. ;
$ W,07t '.'I
onna mill illncntinta
U. S. lunula to neeiire. t lniilii
lion V . 8. botidB on hand
Oilier KtockK, 1)011111" nnd inort
IjiiUea Dun from approved reaVrvi!
, Hen tHMUh.'
one irom other imtloiml Imnkn W.IH-,' wi
Due from Hlutu Imuka mid
Iwilo'rH sjfi.wj Iir-1H,7TS til
iiem cmme, iiiriniiirii unci fix-
Current oipontea and laxtt
('lurk and other each Itomt . , M) ftl
lllllii or older lliiuka ld.iili mi
l''rnctloniil paper currency,
nlckela nnd pt tnili- 'UK 42
(told r.M.aai 'd
Hilver VMS (m-:H,i7fl ihi
I.eiriilTcllder nolea :11,101,1m
Ketletnpltoll fund with 1 . H.
TTciiKin-er, (B per cent, of cir
culation)............ Duo from U. H. Irenaurvr,
oilier t linn ft per cent ru
(i.si i ii
('npllnl alock paid in ( liu.nm mi
Miiriilua Fund tun. mm 0,1
ruillvlileil Prollla u, aift , (
National hunk liolea uiilatiiiul-
loir Il.utj 00
Individual depoalta alllijoct to
check arn.HiiT at
Demand certlnYnlcii or depoidl, it'l.UH H:
Due to oilier tinllouiil liiinka, 'i.tvo k
Duo to Statu hanka ami
'"'Ul'ura 2;m fll-4'.D,iioft Ol
Totai $Wi,m 7
Btntn of Ullnola, county of Alexander, aa
I.TIioa. W. lliillldiiy,Caalileroflhuliova named
tank, do aoleiiinly jwenr tli.it tho ahovii atuletncnt
li trim to till) liuatof my knowleilRu nnd miller.
Nilliacrlned nnd aunm in 1,., 1..... ..... 0,1. 11.1
orMny, ItMI. M. J. Ilowi.nv,
. Nolnry 1'iil.lU
... (... 1 1,-r.i
It. II. CltNNINIlllAM.
ll. II. Canhkn,