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OFFlUiAt PAPBR OF CITT AND OOTJKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notieea in thle column, elijht eeuta per Una for
".retendnve eente per line each eubeequent. inter
tlon. For one month, SO cent per Hoe.
The ParlorShoe 8tore
Will open on about the 1st of September,
with a full line of ladies', gents', misses' and
children's shoes; 103 Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventn streets.
at De Bairn's 56 Ohio Levee.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the finest , malt produc
tion ever brought to this city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"trippla X" is superior to any other beer in
the country! is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, , will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX." 4
A young man of experience wishes a posi
tion as clerk; good references given. Ad
dress "Z," Bulletin Office.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
loader by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My watjons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My Ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Waed.
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun'i 5fl Ohio Levee'
Headacbit is effectually cured by
W RIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE FILLS, which
cleanse the bowels and purify the blood. (1)
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A stationary saw-mill, with capacity of
20,000 feet per day, on, river and railroads,
in Southeast Missouri; also 180 acres fine
timber land. '-i.il. J. Howley,
Real Estate Agent.
at De Bonn's 56 Ohio Leyee.
Doors, for Sale.
I have bought a large lot of doors of all
sizes, which I offer cheap, in lots to suit the
H. A. Hanson.
To AH Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry betaeen Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J. B. Bibb.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Areand" is the boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, tho Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
The very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (0)
.; To All Whom it May Concern.
Don't forget on the J 5th day of August,
that the game season isopened.and all game
in thoir season will be found at Avingerand
Team's. 72 Ohio levee, next door to City
National Bank.' ' We have on ' band now
Fresh Oysters and a variety of gsme.includ
ing Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
- rish, etc. - , r - .- ; -
in cans at De Baun's. ,
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
ah tits stopped tree. Bend to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
r t ' Auction Sale
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
night, at John A. Reeve's auction bouse, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue,
"W assortment of Clothing, Boots and
Bboes, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
tion M' 6o."Ladief Ware sad No-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In these eolamna, ten m.,. L ' ..
each Insertion. Harked ' ewtl P .
-Hattio 8. an
cigar, at Schuh's.
elegant man IUUM
The Archery Club will meet on Tenth
street, at six o'clock sharp, this evening
Doors for sale by H.A.Hannon; see
notice In another column.
.', The wild wolf or panther continues fo
keep tho people of Pad ucah in a stats of
terror. . , , l
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The pleasure rug, "Ariadne," is on Hal
lid ay Bro's docks and is being entirely over
hauled. The sewer pipe lor a portion of Rail
road street, for which the street committee
has been waiting for somo time, has arrived,
and is, being haulel to where it is needed.
Fresh oysters at Harry Walkej's.
The Ohio river was again on the decline
yesterday. From seven and three quarter
foet in the morning it fell to seven and a
half feet by evening.
Anew gravel walk is being constructed
on the south side of Eighteenth street, be
ginning at Washington avenue and con
necting with that of Mr. Samuel Wilson,
The 26th of October lias been desig
nated as the date upon which the conven
tion to consider the subject of the improve
ment of the Missisiiippi and its tributaries
will meet. , . ,
Among the names of parties to whom
marriage licenses were issued in Charles
ton, Mo., during last week, appear those of
Louis Petrio and Molhe James, of Cairo,
Ilia. So says the Charleston Courier.
Go to Harry Walker's for fresh oysters."
A. M. Kinston, ol Galveston, Tex., has
discovered a comet in tho constellation
Ursa, Major, which is plainly discernible
through the telescope from 9 to 10 p. m.
. Judge Bird, is having worked up, un
der favorable prospects, a claim of his
mother's, to a large estate, in tho stato of
Virginia. We wish the judge success in
The St. Josoph's Lorrelto Academy will
not open thiss year on the first Monday in
Septembe, but, will open about the first of
October, as the builders will be unsble to
turn the new Academy over to them before
The Illinois Central railroad have
placed on the road a number of heavy loco
motivet for use on the fast train between
Cairo and Centralia. These engines will
make up three quarters to one hour of lost
time on the trip.
The one deed, recorded by Circuit Clerk
Iryin, yesterday, was this: Jacob Riggle,
administrator, to W. C. Maxey ; administra
tor's deed, dated August 26tb, 1880, for lot
numbered three, in block numbered fifteen,
jn Hodges Park, in the county of Alexander.
The biggest troupe of the season at the
Comique this week
The city marshal- of Charleston, Mo.;
is in reciept of a postal card announcing
tbeoffer of a reward of $650, for the arrest
aud delivery to the jailor of Lyon . county,
Ky.,tpf A. B. . Lewis, who shot and killed
Edward Riley, July 12tu, 1881. The gov
ernor offers 1150 reward and the relatives
of the deceased $509.
The first session of the Loretto Acade
my does not commence on the first of Sep
tember, as was stated some days ago in the
Bulletin. The Sisters find that the build
ings will not be far enough completed to
permit opening the institution on that day.
t will, therefore, not be opened until the
first of October.
Two barge loads of the brick for the
new opera bouse were brought down by the
steamer Fearless on Sunday and are lying
one at each wharf boat. The two barges are
said to contain about three hundredthousand
bricks, which Captain Kaiser has tho con
tract to unload and place upon railroad
street, nearthe site of tho opera house that
is to be.
The penny subscriptions in behalf of
Captain C. A. Cook, of Brownsville, O.,
who slapped a man for wishing the presi
dent would die, have reached $800.
Two-thirds of the Ohio men, who are
not in office, are now looking around try
ing to hire men to say something mean
about Garfiold, in order that they may slap
them over and get a chance to take up a
collection to pay the fine.
The Charleston Courier, in anticipa
tion of an energetic movement on the part
of the greonbackcrs in Mississippi county
says: "The greenback movement in Mis
ussippi county will have the effect of
straightening up tho backs of the true
democrats of tho county and putting the
old party square on its feet in good fight
ing trim in time for the next election. The
party is to be thoroughly organized an1 is
sure to win In spite of what assistance the
greenbackers may give their republican
: Twelve new and brilliant stars draw
crowded houses to tho Bomivue this
Every Saturday the people of Sen-
dusky in this county, amu.e thorn selves in a
hooting match. ' Last Saturday the usual
amusement was indulged in and a fine beef
was put up as the prize to the best shootist.
Not a small crowd was there to take part in
the fun and ampng them was Master Fitz-
garald, eldest son ' of Coroner Richard
Fitzgerald. He shot with the crowd and
turned out to be the best marksman there,
for.hs won the, beef, a fine quarter of which,
together with three or four dozen squirrels,
he brought home with him.
The crossing over Thirteenth street, on
the west aide of Washington avenue, is in a
aangerous condition. The cause of its de-
lapidated condition is that a house was
noved over it on Saturday. It appears that
om ot the planks was purposely torn up, in
oraortoprmUawoodenpln to be driven
H tot i block and pulley. The pin was
subsequently withdrawn, the earth Wi.
ly torn up and a hole left In the center ot the
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MQRNjNG, ' AUGUST 23, 1881.
crossing, which may cause an unsuspecting
pedestrian to sprain an ankle, or sustain a
awe serious Injury. . ' V, :
Col. A. W. Soper has resigned his po
sition as superintendent of the Iron Moun
tain railroad, it being the desire of the
owners to place it under one general man
agement with the International,' of which
Mr. Hoxio is superintendent. Col. Soper
has been for ten years the practical man
ager of the Iron Mountain road, and has In
that time given tho strongest evidence of
ability in his profession. ' He has seen the
road extend in length from (232 miles to
085 miles, and its earnings increase from
$1,636,003 in 1871, to $6,203.597 in 1880.
He has always been watchful t of the inter
ests of the great corporation under his con
trol. He expects very soon to be at the
head of an enterprise which is worthy of
his energy, enterprise and skill.
In speaking of the plans of Mr. C. P.
Huntington, president of the Chesapeake,
Ohio aud Southwestern railroad company,
the Louisville Courier-Journal says in' a re
cent issue: "From Paducah he will build a
road to Cairo, connecting therewith the Wa
bash system and with the Mobile and Ohio.
The gap between Covington and Trimble
will be built as rapidly as men and money
can do it, ami it is tho confident expecta
tion of Mr. Huntington that cars will be
running through to Memphis by June 1st,
1882. The cDtire road from Louisvillo to
Memphis is to be put in first-class order
and fully equipped. Nothing but sixty
pound rails will be used. The headquarters
ot the road from here to Memphis known
as the Memphis branch will be in Louis
Speaking of weather prophets in gen
eral and of Prof. II. G. Vennor in particular,
the Globe-Democrat says: "The weather
prophets are having a hard time of it this
summer. Their predictions have failed
about as often as they have been fulfilled;
and public opinion, always exacting and
impatient, has been much quicker to con
demn and ridicule them in the one case
than to give them proper acknowledgment
in the othrr. As a matter of fact, it can not
be denied that the prognostications of Ven
nor have been, upon the whole, so remark;
ably near to accuracy that we must concede
them to be something more than guess
work. The trouble is that we accredit these
well-abused gentlemen with claims and
pretensions they do not assume. They have
never asserted that they could forecast the
weather for every separate city or township
all over the continent. The most they un
dertake to do is to calculate general chang
es; and in this respect, it is but fair to say,
they have rarely been at fault."
At tho last meeting of the city council,
a bill of twelve dollars, for assistance to
paupers, presented bv Mayor Thistlewood,
was rejected by a vote of five for to four
against. The motion to allow it was lost,
because it did not receive a majority of the
votes of all the members ot the council,
which is six. The four Aldermen who voted
against the motion, have been spoken harsh,
ly of, because cf, what the speakers pleased
to term, their hard heartednesa. "It does
look somewhat niggardly ,(' they say, "in the
city council, to refuse to reimburse the
mayor for what he expended out ot his own
pocket in assisting half a dozen paupers,
who were begging in the streets of tho city,
to get to their respective homes, and thus
rid " the community of a very
troublesome burden. The mayor
is a gentleman of heart as well as brain ; ho
is easily touched by tho sight of human
Buffering. To him, though covered with
rags, unkempt and unclean, a man's a man
for a that. And if such a man, besides be
ing dirty, ragged and neglected, is also far
from home, hungry and sick then the
mayor as iniy good man would be, is filled
with compassion and sheds tears and
nickels simultaneously and copiously, and
helps the poor wrutch out of his dilcma
and out of town, also simultaneously. The
mayor finds a degree of pleasure in thus do
ing good, but the council does not appreci
ate the good that he did and therefore
turned his pleasure into regret, by refusing
to pay back to him the money be gave to
several non-descripts, and therefore the
council those of that body who voted
against the motion to reimburse the mayor,
are hard hearted men who ought to be re
buked by their constituents." , Thus speak
those who sympathize with the mayor and
with all the poor wretches who
knock at our door for l.ulp.
It is certainly true that the council did not
do exactly right by the mayor. It ought to
have allowed tho twelve dollars and fifteen
cents, which he paid out tor the benefit of
the poor suffering wanderes, who came bore
to stay if tbey must, but who were willing
to continuo on their way home if they could.
We believe in charity as the greatest of the
three virtues, and so do tho people of Cairo
generally, as they have shown upon occa
sions innumerable. But there are two sides
to every quostion, and thus far we have dis
cussed the sentimental side of this question.
Thero is anothorside which involves the ne
cessity of aolf-prescrvation, which tells as
that we are being imposed upon, that our
compassion, our goncrosity, is boing taken
advantago of by our scheming nolgbbors,
to saddlo upon us all their indigent, all
their sick, sore headed, sore legged,
dirty, , ragged, , lazy, impudent, immoral
characters. That . this is being done.
all who havo an y 1 knowledge ot
tho facts know. The samo arguments that
would commend Cairo to persons whose
residence hero would bo beneficial to Cairo
also commends it to those whoso presence
would be a burden. The fact that Cairo is
easy of approach . from all parts of the
country causes that class of humanity who
have no particular place they call home
and have no particular destination, or that
other class whoso covert aim is to live by
public charity, whose homo is everywhere
or anywhere, but ai ways some distance from
whore they happen to bo and who ' are al
ways on their way there, but move on only
when they must this undesirable class of
humanity is caused, by Cairo's many public
highways which are open all the year
round, to gravitate bore naturally. Jbii
would be so, even if there were no special
attraction. But there is already one great
attraction. When we say ono, we ignore'
the unbounded compassion, generosity, and
shall we say it? gullibility, for which the
people of Cairo have become so notorious
among the "bohemians" the suffering
tramps, of the country .V,Tho one attraction
referred to is the hospital, which, under the
management of Dr. Carter and the sisters of
Loretto, has become popular. It ia not an
uncommon thing that tho authorities of
river towns below and above Cairo, induce
a poor, sick wretch, who may have found
his way there, to come straight to Cairo, by
telling him that they have no place to keep
him, but that Cairo has, and they make up
a mcltle subscription and sena him nere
Such cases arc of a very common occurrence,
and form a large percentage of tho sick
poor who are assisted and cared for by Cai
ro1 nut let me couch act
upon a suggestion of - some
of our scnti mental citizens let it set aside
a fund for the "special benefit of poor and
sick straglers and let this fact once become
known to the authorities of the river towns
around us and the result can be enily
guessed. Tho community would be overrun
with the afflicted of other communities and
the fund would have to be increased and
would gradually and naturally grow until
it became a heavy tux upon the people of
Cairo, besides necessitating the increase of
tbe police force, etc., and lessening the so
cunty of our citizens.
Miss Lillie Phillips is at home again.
Mr. II. Wells and family who have been
in Cincinnati for some time, returned yes
Rev. B. Y. George is at Beaver Dam,
Captain W. L. Hamilton and daughter,
Miss Sallie, of Mound City, went to St
Louis Sunday via Cairo.
Captain John 8. Hacker returned from
his visit to Chicago a few days ago and is
again at his post on the steamer Three
Status. He is improved in health.
Sir Should there chance to be any per
son in this community that does not know
the want of veracity and low down,
contemptible, character of my assailant,
who penned the card that appeared in the
Sunday mornings uulletin, and cares
enough about it to trouble themselves, can
be satisfied of its utter falsity by calling at
my office. W. H. Markan, M. D.
August 23d' 1881.
MAGISTRATE COMINGS COURT.
Thomas Mack, drunk, arrested by Officer
Winn, fined one dollar and costs.
F. Mathews, disorderly, arrested by
Officer Wims, fined fivo dollars and costs.
Mary Dunccith, wandering about the
streets in the night time, arrested by Officers
Wims and Tyler, fined five dollars and
George and Puss Anderson, two old
"stand bys," disorderly, arrested by Officer
Tyler, fined five dollars and costs each.
Elliott Williams stolo a watch irom a
man living in Clarke's block, on Ohio levee,
and when arrested, dropped it under the
sidewalk. He was araested by Officers
Einnear, Tyler and Hogan, and was held in
bond of two hundred dollars.
JUSTICE HOBINSON'b COURT.
Narcessy Marquet and Charles Shields,
the former second cook, and the latter wait
eratthe Halhday, wero charged with (lis
orderly conduct. They had engaged in i
quarrel and drawn pistols ono upon the
other. Marquet was discharged, but Shields'
case was continued until to-day, and he was
jalkd in the meantime.
Private dispatches received here in the
afternoon yostorday about tour o'clock,, by
Mr. Pennington, of the Cairo and
Vincenncs railroad. statod ' that
the president ' . was delirious
and Ins temperature verv hiirb. But as
Drivato disDatches are most alwayi baaed
on rumor thoy are not reliable. Tho offi
cial dispatches which wero received here
yesterday were as follows : ,
Washington, August 23, 8:30 a. ra.
The president has not vomited since yester
day afternoon. This morning has twice
asked for and received a small quantity of
liquid , nourishment by the mouth. He
slept more quietly during . the night, and
this morning his gehoral condition ia more
encouraging than when last bulletin was
issued, Pulso 104, temperature 98 4-10,
' Washwoton, D. J, August 22nd, :8
A. M.-Tbo President continues to take li
quid nourishment in' small' quantities at
stated Intervals during the entire day, and
iks had no return of nausea or vomiting.
The nutritious enemau ar also retained.
The wound is looking well, and tho work of
repair is going on in all portions exposed to
view. The pus discharged is healthy. At
present his pulBe is 119, temperature 100 1
10; respiration 19. ' '
The British man-of-war Garnet sailed
suddonly from San Francisco for the Sand
wich islands, and it h rumored that tbe
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cause was information tnat me unuea
States intended to swallow the kingdom.
Soldiers unite with citizens in searching
for gold in the Wichita mountains, ton
miles west of Fort Sill. i
. Secretary Forster has analyzed the sub
scriptions to the Irish Land-league fund,
and reports that, out of 10,707, all but
243 was received from the United States.
Ex-Minister Noyes, who has arrived from
France, says there is but little talk about
the De Lesseps canal scheme, and that the
Btock was not placed among the largo bank
The effort of Little Brown Jug at tho
Utica meeting to beat 2:12J resulted in
There is still inteuse excitement in the
grain and provision markets of Chicago, and
no less , than $8,000,000 of margins have
been deposited with the banks. It was gen
erally believed last evening that the Cincin
nati clique bad stepped out with a profit of
nearly $2,000,000 to divide between six or
eight daring spirits. August wheat closed
at $1.34, and August corn at 03, '4 cents.
Pork mado a gain of 50 cents.
T!ie Government of France has lately
done an unusual thing. Through its Gen
eral Assembly it has granted an indemnity
of $0,000,000 francs alwut $1,200,000, to
the Republicans who were banished by the
coup d'etat of Napoleon III, in September,
1851. Many of these Republicans abandon
ed their homes and their property, and fled
toother landst some of them to the United
States. This money is not to reimburse them
tor their losses, or to enrich their descen
dants, but to make more comfortable dur
ing the balance ot their lives aoy of them
who Buffered so much for principles which
have at last triumphed in the redemption of
France. It is to be obtained in yearly in
italments of 400 to 1,200 francs, and appli
cation is to be made through French con
It is gravely asserted that Tilden is plan
ning to run tor governor of New York this
fall, preparatory to his entering the presi
dential contest in 1884. The aged Samuel
is thought to be renewing his youth.
TRANSPORTATION OF CORPSES.
RULEi TOR TIIE TRANSPORTATION OF CORPSES
UV RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT IN THE
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Illinois state board of health,
opnngneia, in., July 10, 1881
Rule 1. The transportation of the bodies
of persona who have died of Small Pox,
Asiatic unotera or enow 1 ever ia abso
Rule 8. From November 15th to March
12th all dead bodies may be transported
without restriction, excepting the bodies of
those who have died of Dipthena, Scarlet
Fever, Typhus or Typhoid Fever.
Rule 3. The bodies of those who have
died of diphtheria, scarlet fever, typhus or
typhiou rover, at all times, and all bodies
presented for transportation from March
15th to November 15th, must be closely
wrapped in a disinfected cerecloth, placed
in a metauc or wooden box.
Rule 4. Every dead body must be
either accompanied by a physician's certi
ficate of inquest from tho ooroner, or a per
mit for transportation from the clerk of
local board of heald if any. and a written
certificate from the shipping undertaker
that the corpse has been prepared for trans
portation in accordance with the rules of
the Illinois Statu Board of Health. By or
dor of the board.
John II. Raucr, M. D., Sec.
ordinance no 73.
An ordlnne to emend aectlnD W of cheMrr S
Kerlaed Ordtnence, filing the Are Unite within
Be It ordained by the city council of the city of
Sumo I.TIiet ecctlen SI of chapter SofRrrle
ed Ordinance (which Aim the fire llmlte within
tneciiyjne emennea o ai to Dcreaiwr read ae
haitioN 33. All that part of the city embraced
within the fo'lowln(ilil(ick, tIi Blocl one. two,
three, four, fiYe.alx, neven. eight, nine, ten, eleven,
twelve, thirteen, lonni'en, nftnei, alxleen aeven
titn, eighteen, ' nineteen, twenty, twenty-one
twenty-two, twenty-throe, twnty-fonr, twenty-live,
twentr-iti. twentv-ievnn. twentv-atirhL twenty-
nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-three,
th.rly-foiir, thirty Bve, thlrty elx, thlrty aeven,
thirty elfht, forty-eight forty-nine, fifty, nrty one,
afty-two, fifty three, fifty four, firty-flve, flfty-aii,
Sfty Mvcn.flru eight, in the e'ty of Cairo, and
block one, two, fifteen, alxteen, eeventeen,
eighteen, nineteen, twenty, forty eight, forty-nine,
fifty, arty-one, In Flrat addition tocttyiand all of
Railroad Htrlp addition, and all or tbe hotel addi
tion to the city of Cairo, ahall hereafter compoee
and ha known ae the Ore llmlte of (aid city.
Approved AoK.ffind, A. D. tfifll .
m w N B.TnimBWOOD, Mayor.
Attsbt-D. J. Foley, City Clerk.
STOVES AND TINWARK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KIND OV JOB WORE DOMB TO OBDEB.
NO. 37 EIGHTH STREET,
A COOKINO 8TOVE for anlo, with twotron pota
tV two bake Dane and twe irnddloe: will ha en Id
for ten dollart. Apply at Uulleiln onlce.
CAIRO AND MW MADRID PACKET-
REGULAR PACKET !
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. Tl'RSKK. Master
J. K. MUHB, Clerk.
T.pavl rairnfm "Kmw If mAwtA nnlttta
every Tuedy, Thnrada? and BaturiUy at S p, m.
net urn log leave. New Madrid Wedocedayi Friday,
4 Untltt at fa it
u emu Munj ri 1 m. iui
rut freight or paanaee apply to
JAMJtb UKIOH, Agent.
THE ICE, KING.
Keadynow, to fnrnlehand deliver ICE In any
quantity both wboleaale and ret&L and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully solicit the patronage or all my old
frlende and aa many new onea, and guarantee them
aaUeraction. JACOB till,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE frt3gn STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane?th, and nntll larther
notice tbe ferryboat will make tiipi aa folio wa:
Liivia lbavii LtAvze
Foet Fourth at. Mlnourt Land g; Kentucky Ldg.
1:00 a.m. B:)e.m. 9 am.
10:OOa.m. 10:30 a.m. 11a.m.
8:0Op.m. 2:90 p.m. . Sp.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;no p. m.
2 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Sp.m
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street, t
T. BROSS. President.
T.J. K.EKTII, Aittnt Caehlt-r.
P. Bro. Cairo; William Klnire, Cairo;
Peter Neff. Cairo: William Wolf. Cairo:
C. M. Oatrloh, Cairo; C. O. Patlur. Cairo:
K.A. Buder, Cairo: J.Y.Cltmaon, Caledonia:
H. ffella, Cairo.
A GENERAL BANKING BU8INEH8 DONE.
Exchange aold and bought. Interna paid in
the havinva Department. Collection! made and .
all bueincea promptly attended to.
C. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couatantly on band
At Serenty-fiTe cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmminira"are coarae lhavlnM and mei
. v. wM .ntnma wAnit fnr Anok1n0 nnrnnaii. aa wel
w wm dwh.m.v www - -p r r , '
r mith'a uee lnaettlnir Urea, they are unequalled,
a ika fl..fk aiusl mmtnA VAfrl
IIWTV fUUr ViWWl Mew iHui luvot wvvu r"f
OTIC! TO CONTRACTORS.
Citt CLiaK'a orrtci
Caibo. 111.. Auirnati. 1H81
BeaJcd Dronoftla will ba received at tbla offlco1
directed to the uuderalgeed, until 5 o'clock p.m.
Tueaday, Anguet Kirn, IW1. ror rarnianiDR ouv iei
atrensthened, and aeajed enda, (Ire angina rnbbi
hn. etti.fi mith f!.Mir antomatlo COUDllDf
tnr.n internal diameter. Div wuu o i.
dalhrored hare. Said bldaio give weight oT boa
nnr a.ntlnn .n.t nrimii.rof wound water troeaur
par aqoara Inch, guaranteed to.tand aleofor longtf
of time lucEhoeeero warranWd. ;Tbe right tj
rajaci nvudau bin- y"