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Tn 9 former issue of Tub Ik'LLKTiN wc irave a full description of
tral railroad We are gratified to know that Messrs. Parker & Co. are highly pleased with the success of their new enterprise. Among the many hotel arrivals are men who have never heretofore visited our city
men representing almost every leading business and profession and are attracted to us now, as they themselves say, by our superior hotel accommodations.
There is no doubt at all but that "The llalliday" brought the Singer Manufacturing company which in its turn will attract other great manufacturing interests, y,o that it is not saying too much to repeat
what wc have said before the erection and success of "The Halliday" marks the dawn of a new era of prosperity in our city.
Crushed by the Cars.
Alton, III. Augugt 12. Tliis afternoon
stranger, named Miinara, attempted to
past between two disconnected cars of a
, freight train, when the engine backed up
and the uufortunata yonng man was caught
between the bumpers and so badly crushed
that hU life w diapaired of. He was brought
to this city, taken to the hospital, and was
alive at last accounts.
A Sudden Death.
St. JosBra, Mo., August 11. -About
o'clock to-night Charles M. Inniond was
taken suddenly ill ii M llc of busincsB,
with cramps in the stomach. Ho was ns
;ted to the rear room ot bis business
house, and in half an hour ho was dead. It
it said to be congestion of the stomach. Ho
was about 30, married and had two chil
dren. fatal Runaway Accident.
Bloo'mwoton, III., August S2.-John
Ilinea, a well-known farmer, residing near
Hudson, met with a terrible accident this
forenoon. He was engaged in hauling com,
when the team became tightened and run
.way, throwing him to the ground,
the wheels passing over bis body,
Md injuring him internally. Ho will die.
TJmwned While Bathing.
ALTON) August 12. Anson Thomp-
... drowned this morning whilo bath
" W,n . nd on the promisos of TrofesBor
Wymad. He was 16 years old and bore
an excellent reputation.
Two Buggy Accidents.
Shblbttillb, III., AugUBt 13.-Yestcr
Am at a Sunday-school celebration twenty
milos north of this place, Cal. Shridnr, a
farmer living in that locality, was instantly
killed by the upsetting of his wagnn, which
waa caused by driving over a stump. His
neck was broken.
On the sarno afternoon a carriage con
i '. talning Misses Mary md Jennie Trowor,
i Mrs.'Brewster and Mr. John Thorntou was
carelessly driven off a bndge, upsetting tho
carriage and severely injuring Miss Isry
Tiower. The rest escaped with but slight
"Jc dob ToriuiEE was said to be opposed
to thfl jublicatinn of bis second book,
"Bricks Without Straw," so soon after the
first. But his wife urged bun, and he
yielded. To punish her he gave her the
copyright of the book. Her first quarter's
dividend w as $12,000. With this sum she
bought a residence on Lake Chautauqua,
where the Judge says he is permitted to
board. Hhe has christened the place
Thovhiirn -"Fool's Home."
Whittikk, the poet who appeals so di
rectly to the sympathies is the author of tho
poem, "Tho Angel of Patience," beginning
"To weary hearts, to mourning homes,
G..i's meekest angel gently comes." It is
a free paraphrase of the Gorman and gives
a greater latitude to tho meaning than tho
"Authors on both sides of tho Atlantic
lave special reason for being thankful that
that President Garfiold is making rapid
progress towards recovery. The overtures
for the conclusion of an international copy
right treaty between his country and ours
which wore originated by bis predecessor,
ha"e been continued by Mr. Secretary
Blaine, at bis personal instigation and with
his warm sympathy for the objoct to be ob
taincd. Ho is onu of tho moHt cultivated
presidents who have Bat in tho seat of Wash
ington. His collection of works of Horace
is said to bo tho most Complete in his coun
try, and his appreciation of the great Ro
man classic is genuino and thorough
Should ho be spared to removo from the
United States tho stigma of alien authors
being treated with a groat disregard of
natural rights as negroes onco were, ho wil
acquire a fresh titlo to th admiration and
gratitude of posterity .London Athonnuia
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY
our palatial hotel. This morning we
otel. This morning we
"What do you want to see?" said a friend
to Dean Stanley when he landed in Boston;
"do you want to see people, or institutions,
or everyday life!" Stanley laughed and
I said, "The old historical madness has
broken out. I want to sec history. Show
me the Old Elm on Boston Common. I
know it is blown down; but I want to Bee
where it was. Show me anything which
carries a reminiscence ol Washington."
"Tell mc what was the cud of the Federal
party," he snid to a puzzled young fellow of
this generation who could only icpcat tho
question with a shudder. "Tell mo where
Roger Williams was buried," and so on.
The Pean, of course, couldn't compre
hend that nine-tenths of all the young
Americans are ignorant of the history of
their owu country. Every young English
man can natuo the rulers of Great Britain
forward, backward, and from the middle to
both ends; but comparatively how few
young Americans can name the Presidents
of the United states in order without, a slip,
though they extend only over 100 years,
whilo it is 800 years from William the Con
queror I J5.K. Hai.k,
In Christian Union,
In Whittier's, "Tent on tho Beach,"
James T. Fields, Bayard Taylor and Whit-
tier himself are tho
"Three frlcudu, the gunnti of iu minor tlniu,
rttrhud thulrwbllo leutwhcro sua wludi blow."
Of Whitticr tho poem says:
"One, with lilt tu'iM ocarce lilvercd, Imru
A n:ilj crt'donce tu nil luuks,
A lutturcd maunU lunllnu o'er
An rvcr widening rntlm of books."
Of Whittier's great regard for the feel
ings of others we find tho lines.
"Tondurly, Koully, by lilt own
no kuw and Judged mi sutlior'l busrt.
na DtrdR, wlioe nsnio In legion, It dotiled,
Bure off alike Intsct tbolr wi and their prldn.
Of tho lato James T. Fields it says:
"And on thero w, t drvamor born,
Hsd loft tha mtuon' at,,nt t0 turn
Thewankof an oi,mi..i, ,in
Bayard Taylor and hl oxtunBivo travels
aro thus spoken of
'And onu, who.. Ar.b rM mined,
MORNING, AUGUST H,
give a photographic view of "The
irivc a photographic view of "The
By tropic run and forcal frost,
Ho traveled thero wai urarcea land
Or people loft him to exlmuit,
In idling mood had fmrn him hurled
Tbe poor fqueecd orange of Iht- world.'
A Joke on ' Long John.'
"I.oti John" WVntworth, ex-Mayor
of ChieTigo, entirely bubl, excopt a
little tuft of hair behind the ears, and
on onu occasion, when riding in tha
cars, ho frequently took off bis hat and
scratched thn hack of bis ears, when
a waggish backwoodsman shouted:
"Strauger, drive m up into the clear
ing and you can caleh 'em all in livo
It. MAREAN, M. D.
Ilonipopat hie riiysic.iiin and Surgeon.
ofllmon I'ommoreial vrnun near tho rorncr of
Klghlli ftrect, over Taber llrotlier'n Jewelry toro.
Konldener- comer Kotirlacnlh street and Wanli
Thfl Olohrated Klcrtm Vapor and MeiHnated
Hal li whlnn are an imfalllnK rtire for IdieunmtlFin
NfliKaltln, l'l-ver Ague and many other allmenifl,
arimintmered daily during olheo hours.
Orflrn hours, from Sto Vi A. m., from 1 to S and
from 7 to H r. m,
Q EOUOE II. LEACH, M. I).
PhvHiciiin and Surgeon,
Hnerlal attention hnld to tho Homooimthlo treat-
meiit of aurgkal dlveaana, and dtaeaaea of women
Otllee : N o in Kigiuu mroot, near commureiai
avenue, Cairo, 111.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Stmt.
V. I1HOHH, I'renlder.t.
T.J. KKUTil, Aialatant Caahlvr.
V, nroM, Cairo; Wllllatu Klugn, Cairo;
l'eterrien. .airoi nnoam nun, vairu.
C M. OKterloh, Cairo; 0. 0. ruler, Cairo;
R. A. Under, Cairo; J.Y.Clemaon, Caledonia;
Peter NelT. .atro! wiinarn nou. airoi
AOKNKHAL HANKINO DUHINRH8 DONE.
XxrhinRfl aold and bonuht. lntereit paid tn
thr Paving Department, Collection made and
ill biteliivii promptly attendud to.
Hallklay" with the proposed new
Hallklay" with the proposed new passenger depot of the Illinois Cen
)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrun No. Commercial Avenue, between
Blghlh and Ninth Streets
K. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKlCK Klchth Street, near Corat-ercla! Avenne,
HEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest. Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt & CO.,
Or, Nineteenth itreot PflirA Til
Commercial Avenue I UU1U Allt
THE lOE KING.
Ueailynnw, to fumlihand deliver 1CK tn my
quantity both wholcialo and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM. PRICES.
I respectfully tollr.lt the pttronage of all mv old
rlend and a many nuw one, and KtiRftnthem
friend and u many now one, wid ituMtDtaatham
latUthctlon. JAt'OB BXKK,
NEW SERIES-NO. 332
passenger depot of
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w bio ga
rpHB CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALI.IDAT, PrMldMt.
11. L. HALMDA'r, Vlce-PrtdBU
XUOa. W. UAtt .DAT, Cublw.
I. TAAT TiTWR, W. r. BAlXrOAT,
anT t. BALuuit, M. a. otJma,
t. U. KILUAMIOH, ITlrilM tlBO,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bondl
BOUGHT AND BOLD,
Dopoilti received and nri buktol batwt
OT1CB TO CONTRACTORS.
ClTT CLIU'ltmel I
Ckinn. 111.. AnsTiatA. (Ml.
Boated tirotioeala will he raoelved at thlaa offlce,.
directed to the nnderUnd, antll I o'elookjp. (
Tuea day, AuRuat lrd, ihiU. for furolthint emfMW
inch lutcrual aiatnter, 4 pir ly
It onuthenod, and acaled end, Ire
hone, fitted with Caaweli' utomU J."
dorU here. Said bid to 1w weigh T o
per (ectloo and number of found Jl',jrr"f?
per ottare tiich,KOrnt4 to tandofw t
.1..?. .,,, km, am warraatM. TIM rM
I Jicct any and all bUU l .....m w
l,J'!"n, 4. FOUt,Cltya.