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CAIRO, I I.I.I NCI1.
. umc IN CAIHO, IL
awrkuvn if vnm
., AS 8KCONIVCI.AM MATTRR.
')FKIjjaL PAPBUOP CITV AND COUNT?
SPECIAL LOCAIj ITEMS.
Hotic In thin culuiPti, ctKlit cunts per line for
ftrataud nv ctmta pur mm rt ul(juuiit Inaur
tlou. For iiiio wuuk. I'or.unta per liuo. for ouo
month, Wi cunt pur line.
A. Booth's Kxtra Sideds
at A. T. Doliaun's, SO Oliio ltvco.
Uuo Tiik Caiko lk'i.umN porfoiatud
scratch-book, mado of calendered jutu
rnanilla, equally jjood for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three Bizea, ut the office. No. 2 and
3. fivoand ten cents each ly the Kindle one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
The Prescription and retail business of
our Washington avenue Store is transferred
to No. 74 Ohio Levee for the present,
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo dale line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo- Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh lied Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. . Jacoij Ki.rk.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to close out
the above line of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock ol Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Hoy's and
Youth's fine boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A Popular Tonic
HOK WEAK I.UNI18 AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testitnonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing elfects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those whonie atllictcd or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be sertired by the use of Tolu, Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thou coiurnni, tec cmur pur line,
each loneUloD. Marked
Mrs. Ida James was a passenger for
St. Louis on the Annie P. Silver.
Dyas T. Parker, well known in Cairo,
now a resident of Fulton, Ky., was in the
The trial of Pat Lally for "assault
with intent to commit murder," is set for
to-morrow afternoon at two oclock, so wo
aro informed, before P.M. Comings.
The Cincinnati Commercial says that
"thfre is no trade-mark for Stalwartism in
politics comparable with a barrel of crook
The river is expected to fall to day and
we don't care if it outinues to fall and fall
until Cairo people can stand on tho &.wk
and look straight down into China.
Capt. Tom Tarr camo up from Tarr'i
landing on the Silvertlmrn yesterday. He
reports the river at its highest s'ince 1815.
Here it stands 51 feet 10 inches by the
The prescription drug store of Barclay
Bros., on Washington avenii'S was removed
to 74 Ohio leveo, in order to bo above higl
watermark. Notice of the removal will
le found in another column.
ThsIIalllday Guards wero ordered out
under arms yesterday and appeared in full
uniform to assist tho vigilance committee in
Voeplnjj tho riotous element under good
The boat taking the train around from
Cairo to the track outsldo tho inuundatcd
country, got her wheel entangled in sub
merzed telegraph wires and bo disable:
Iter as to compol U-r to signal for assistance
TllK DAILY CAIRO HULLKT1N:
A young man in DuWitt county made
a wager, as alleged, that ho could eat two
pounds of candy, two pounds of peaches,
drink a quart of water, and cat a lot of
other stuff all of which ho did, and was
taken violently sick aud died from the
effects of it.
on their way nor
i was lilll tn siranyeiB
from mardi gras. They
nao an excellent oppo. .ty fo
water privoleges as no trains arn. ., or j0
parted north bound. The Three States t... ,r
a load around aud across the county last
night to meet tho Illinois Cential train at
tho washout. No mail was received irom
the north since Friday.
Mr. Peter Walder informed us last
night that be is ready to help any person
in moving lree of charge. Ho has quit his
business and been doing all ho can in that
way for three or four days past and ex
pects to continue to do so as long as tho
necessity exists. This has been a dray
man's harvest which makes the credit duo
Peter all the greater.
Tiik Bulletin office is not in tho best
condition in tho world. Tho local is laid
up; tho "old man", is at homo sick; tho ma
terial is piled up in bad shapo on tho upper
porches, and tho pressman is editor, local,
business manager, and kkuitino editor of
tho concern, open to an interview with
roughs, rowdies and bullys, in any way,
and at any time. Firo in the rear, and
foul blows ruled out.
Tho new route to Grafton, Jerseyvillo
and Springfield is terribly demoralized.
Tho rains, floods, wasb-outB and overflows
lavo swept it entirely away in many places.
Laid in mud, in the hurry to fulfill con
tracts, upon tho fulfillment of which a
great deal depended, without ballast or
good road bed, it was in poor condition to
withstand such a tempest as has overtaken
it in its early infancy. It is estimated
that necessary reprirs cannot be made along
tho line for less than $100,000.
Fred Koehlcr desires his customers to
know that ho has a largo stock of the best
meats on hand and has no intention of clos
inup. Others may close their shops but no
citizen of Cairo will lack for a place to buy
good meat as long as there is a dry spot to
bo found in tho city . If the worst should
come, if he cau't use a wagon he can a boat,
and meat will bo sent to his customers in
n skiff. Remember his shop is on tho south
side of Eighth street near Washington
Tho signal report of yesterday bIiows
an even tempraturc over the country which
indicates light winds, if any. Tho weather
bureau to be of any special use to Cairo ut
present, should give an even temperature
of twenty degrees below zero and freeze
every thing up solid. Tho rivers according
to the report for the 21 hours ending at noon
yesterday rose at Cairo 3 inches, and fell
at Chattanoogo 1 ft 2 inches, at Cincin
nati 11 inches, at Louisville 1 ft 3 inches,
at Nashville 5 ft 2 inches, at Pittsburg
2 ft 4 inci es, and at St L'mis 1 ft 0
One incident in connection with the
water blockade of railroads is thus told in
tho Alton Democrat: "There is a Chicago
and Alton train which is lost, or which has
been. It is tho Chicago express duo here
at 0 :55 Monday morning. When it arrived
at Virden, it took tho road crossing there
which runs from Jacksonville to Litchfield.
It went to Lichfield in the hopo of going
from theru into St. Louis, either over tho I.
and St. L. or tho Wabash. Finding both
of these routes under an embargo it went
up to Pana, and from there down on tho
Illinois Central to Vandalia, only to find
that the Vandalia lino was also blockaded.
It is now perhaps out somewhere in the
woods of Eastern Illinois inquiring tho
road to St. Louis. The managers think of
advertising it as Most.' "
Paddy Hughes, the man who was shot
through theshoulder Friday riight.w as taken
before Inquire Comings, yesterday morning,
plead guilty of drunkeness and fined ono
dollar and Cost, lie exhonorates tho of
ficers of all blaice in tho matter, says
they did .just right and he is glad to be
alive. His partner in trouble, was shot in
the mouth, the ball coming out at tho back
of tho head. Ho is in the hospital in a
critical condition. Both aro river men,
strangers in tho city. There was a largo
crowd of excited river men gathered
around when tho arrest was attempted.
Tho man whipped out a knifo ami ap
proached Officer Martin in a threatening
manner. Thu officer ordered him to sto
or take tho consequences. The result was
as above Btu'tiu. '
With Wednesday canto in another
recurrence of tho Lenten season ho par
ticularly observed by faithful adherents to
the Catholic and Episcopal churches. It is
intended to commemorate the Savior's fast
in the Wilderness, and is tho chief fast
commanded by ecclesiastical authority.
While tho observance of this fast is en
joined upon all true members of tho
churches mentioned, yet the rules allow
such exceptions as aro consistent with duty,
so that the requirements of tho churches
may not interfere with the active affairs
of daily life. All are expected to fast
more or less during Lout, but for thosu who
labor liberal provision is made, and they
aro allowed to cat meat otico every day,
Friday excepted. Exception U also mado
in thu case of invalids and nursing moth
ers, and no miners arc required to obnervo
To all dealers in provisions, bakcrs,i8jliJ'
men aud others. J crfeP
Notice is hereby given that all trains,
over customary prices for neces official
life, hauling and other labor &c.luluJ(1 to
ly prohibited. Any violation without
will bo severely dealt with. Par) il miKllt
ing of vilolation of this rulo wilf,ftt8 onJ a
port such to Major Jesse IIInajnRW train
co warehouse. By order of tl went out
v..t .vnirp.yiped. The
I till Uf VrfU -
WORK FOR WOMHU0 flur(!j
following was circulate and legged
afternoo.. Tho ,a(,ics of CfS th(J CftUti(m8
requested to , a ,loIpJllim tWrja
noble band who aro u. , the lmnt 0f.
must bo fed. Go to W . . .
, , , . s structures with
meat, or any kind ol su ,.
, , ' ' , wht not to pass
food to Herman Meyers ..
leveo between 4th and 0th street
Don't- ilnlnv work till thu last, niinntn. lty.
B. F. Blake,
P. W. Barclay,
Cairo, Feb. 25th, 1882. Committee
JIM niOOS SHOT I)1C A I) 1JV MINK MAYKIKL1).
TIIK MUKUKKKIl AT I.AUOB WITH TIIK
LASTS ON II IS TllACK.
Between eight and nine o'clock last night,
people in tho neighborhood of tho Planter's
House were startled by half a dozen pistol
shots in rapid succession, and word was
immediately passed that Jim Biggs, pas
senger agent of tho Iron Mountain railroad,
was shot dead, in tho door of tho Planteia
Homo by Mink Mayfleld, bill clerk of the
Mississippi Central. A Bullktin represen
tative visited the scene of tho shooting and
from Mr. Mat Walsh, an eye witness of the
wholeaffiir, he learned tho following facts:
Jim Biggs, who was a good hearted, rough
spoken man, was standing at the counter
of the Pacific express in tho Iron Mountain
office, reading a dispatch, when Mayfleld
came in and asked the use of the telephone
which was granted him. While at the in
strument ho got into a quarrel with the
Central oflice, using loud words and pro
fane language. When he came out Biggs, in
a joke, but in a rough manner, asked why
ho raised such a disturbance in his oflice ?
This was not taken well by Mayfleld, who,
itiiniodhitely became angry and high words
followed. Biggs ordereil him out of
the office, which ho had a right
to do, but his blood was up and ho refused
to go. Biggs insisted that, he must go and
to assert bis authority in his own office,
drew his revolver, without however offering
or making ahy motion tit uso it, walked
with him to the door. Passing outside
Biggs stopped on the sidewalk and May
field started into tho Planters House, as he
entered the door ho turned and with tho
words, "d-n you, you shall hur'vo it;" drew
a self cocking revolver and fired five shots
with lightning rapidity, each bullet finding
lodgement in tho breast of his victim who
started convulsively forward and fell dead
in the door of tho house. The murderer
ran out through tho back door across the sipo
water to Commercial aventi", and up to this
hour had not been taken, although a hun-
lred men of the Vigilant committee wero
on bis track. Ho cannot escape and when
taken, Judge Lynch will, without a doubt,
pass his first sentence in Cairo, anil carry it
into immediate execution. Jim Biggs has
a host of warm friends in all classes; was a
resident of Cairo for the last twenty years;
was between forty and fifty years of age
and leaves a wife and daughtcr,ayoung lady,
both of them now in lVJucali where they
went last f'riday to bo away from tho
flood. Mink Mayfleld is a young man re
cently from St. Louis, where bis brother
resides. Both of them, at ono time
lived in Metropolis, where Mink
shot a young man at a picnic and barely,
through the influence of his brother, who
was a lawyer and banker, escaped tho
The Henry Lourey passed up to St. Louis
last night with a tow of empties from New
Tlio Mary Houston had a good trip from
Cincinnati for New Orleans. Sno did not
tarry long here.
Tho Golden City passed up to Cincinnati
from New Orleans with a big trip of pas
sengers. Tho City of Greenville will be hero to
day from St. Louis for Vieksbtirg. 8ho
ought to bo out about 0 o'clock.
The Safford disabled her wheel yesterday
on the way from Cairo to Mound City and
hal to botowod ashore by the Montauk.
Tho Three States took out between J100
or 400 hundred people up to tho I. (!. track
back of town by way of tlio Mississippi
river. They wero mostly people returning
from mardi gras.
Too Silverthorn camo up from tho bends.
She has been employed saving cattle aud
stock between here and Hickman,
The Jennio Campbell came up from New
Orleans with a tow of empties for Wheeling.
She has been employed since December in
towing up Rod river.
The Hollo Memphis had not arrived up
to 0 o'clock, for Viekshurtf.
Tho Annio P. Silver was past duo last
night from No'! Orleans for St. Louis.
rooms, rubs agaiust contaminating persons;
rides in contaminated cars; but ho will not
allow himself to bo vaccinated. No was
vaccinated long ago; ho is not afraid; he is
small-pox proof. Thus ho talks aud thus
he boasts. He comes home; is taken ill at
his hotel or house; his friends call on him;
shako hands with him; sit by his bedside;
it is nothing. But the doctors come; they
look grave; they shako their heads; they
pronounce his disease small pox I The
community is alarmed, aud tho small-pox
begins its work. In this way small-pox is
being slowly bet surely spread over all tho
land. Tho unvacciuatod tramp and the
uuvaccinated commercial traveler, cureless
of their own health, como into a healty
community, and aro takeu down with the
disease. The tramp is hustled off to tho
pest-house, after he has been in contact
with many people; and tho commercial
traveler industriously spreads thedisenso at
Cairo, nor increase tho n house,
coming out of the two .rreiI7ppj,j,
danger of an overflow is undoul).
but tho danger to tho city is still n jgyo,
will continue as long as tho water ci j(t.
ues to mark within several feet of its pre, a
ent stage. Tho Mi-sissippi is falling at al'.v
points above Cairo and would bo falling
hert! if tho back water from tho Ohio did
not prevent it. The fall at Capo Girardeau,
as told in a dispatch from Mr.
Steudtvant to T. W. Halliday, was six
inches up to yesterday morning, which is
a Urge fall at this stage of river and
shows that the accumulated waters are
running out fast. A despatch from Pa
duc th to Capt. G. I). Williamson dated at
noon yesterday brings tho cheering intel
ligence that the rise in tho river was be
coming very slow, only :i,'4 inches in 14
hours and was then rising only at tho rate
of g inch per hour. A five or six inch
rise at Paducah would make but about one
or two here, so that it is not surprising
that the river camo to a stand here at noon
and was declining a little, scarcely notice
able, last night. The same despatch says
that Shawnei'town is submerged, tho water
having reached the summit and overflowed
the leveo Friday afternoon. Our latest
news from below we obtain from the
Beacon, published at Columbus, twenty
miles below Cairo, as follows: 'The rivers
are in a booming condition, anil various
reports arc reaching hero hourly as to the
rise and fall at other places. It is higher
now than in 'G7, when the town was under
water, and, at this writing, is still rising,
at tho rate of an inch or half-inch an hour.
Every available man is at work on our
levee, and there is a strong hope that we
may escape a flood. Men were at work
yesterday and all night last night, throw
ing up higher levees, and the water is inJ
some places nearly over tho last thrown up.
Hope of saving our town is very faint with
some, though we believo by unceasing ex
ertion it mayjbe done. Sm water is coin
ing in pretty rapidly in several places, but
no danger is anticipated from this, if we
can hold tho levee.
Belmont is gone clean under, and her
people are all in Columbus. Devastation
and ruin, is the cry that comes from coun
try adjacent to the swollen rivers. The
recent heavy rains all over the land, caused
this second rise. Tho river has been rising
about an inch an hour hero since Monday
morning. No trains from St. Louis, and
late newspapers cannot be had for love or
Supeihiiinan efforts are being made ot
strengthen the levee on tho north side of
the town. A thousand men aro kept
constantly at work night ami day to stave
off any danger at weak spots paused by
softening of the soil from the waters that
have been standing against them for near
ly six weeks, making a bulging out or land
slide from pressure the greati st danger to
bo apprehended. That this can bu guarded
against is shown from the fact that the slide
that occurred Friday has been repaired and
is now the best part of tho levee.
Too much cr.nnot bo said in praiso of tho
conduct of the firm of Halliday Brpthers in
this emergency. They have not only fur
nished the "sinews of war" but also a largo
share of the muscle. Their entire busbies
has been stopped and their small army of
employes, with new gangs of men employed,
their teams, steam boats, barges, mills, mer
chandise ami money placed at tho cities dis
posal. The members of tho firm areotit in per
son night and day.directing and encouraging
citizens and laboring men and working with
their hands where work is needed, ('apt. W.
P.is indefatigable,loadingtho men in person
and like an experienced general, has never for
a moment faltered in his faith that tho bat
tle would bo won. 1 1' Cairn is saved, to him
more than all others will tho victory over
tho flood be duo.
Tho authorities have found soma trouble
with tho lawless part of tho floating col
ored and white population who seem to
havu formed a ring, determined not to work
except upon their own terms, and to steal
at every opportunity. Tho lorining of tho
Vigilance committe, in the present exposed
condition of property,, became a matter of
necessity, Its members aro all rcliablo
citizens, armed with shot guns, and re
solved to show no mercy to thieves, rioters
or incendiaries. Two attempts wero mado
Friday night by colored men to firoTnu
Bullktin Building In which n number of
families havo taken refugo. That tho men
are still ahvo is only because themselves
and their attempt wero discovered by wo
men, and they succeeded in making their
cacapooiTo assist tho Vigilant, Mayor
THE LEVEES STILL SAFE.
BULK HEADED ALL
Matters upon the river and around tho
levee remain about tlio saint at this writing
as Thursday; About two o'clock yesterday
afternoon tho engines whistled, firo bulls
rang and for half an hour tho people were
wild with excitement as men and boys
rushed along tho streets spreading the
alarm nd reporting a breaK in tho new
levee of Bomo thirty feet. This proved to
be a falsj alarm caused by a crack in the
leveo lengthwiso that for a short time
threatened dire consequences, but men of
mettle to direct, and men of musclo to work
were at hand aud tho danger was averted.
Half an hour after tho alarm, Chief My
ers arrived from the trout and from him we
received tho assurance that the water had
not come in, and barges were being towed
around that would strengthen and save the
leveo if they arrived in time.
" .This was done by sinking bags of sand and
tri -"owing in ro''k; a barge also was placed
wasjinst tho outsido of the levee. Mayor
Tho Plywood, McIIale, Capt. Shields and
If wergetic gentlemen who load in the
storm or a. h never for a moment lost eonfl
towns arouiV. ability of the citizens to keep
hourly expecu 0f the city,
have received atoned to rise un'.il noon but
staying qualities of C'.o, if any, was very
" cuajie is covered
Jin.', iiujicj.i rt.ii
KDITKI) IN THE INTKHKST OP TIIK CAIUO
The course of study in art, first begun by
tho study class of tho W. C. and L. A. will
bo extremely interesting and profitable.
The class meets on Tuesday tfternoon at
half past two, and thu afternoon is devoted
to reading and diocussing Miss DeForrets
short history of art. and biographies of the
great artists with sketches of their master
pieces. Some beautiful photographs of the
works of Titian, Michael Angelo, Raphael
and Pino Veronese, were used to illustrate
the readings at the last lesson,
A practical acquaintance with artists and
their works, is as desireable and delightful
as a knowledge of authors and other bookti
and nf as great value in expanding the
mind, and adoring the lifes.
Mrs. N. H. Adsir, lecturer on art in he
Milwaukee College, has w'ul'in tho past ten
months mado tho most remarkable pen and
ink sketches, etchings and engravings that
has ever been shown at anyone tune in this
country. Sho has at least one thousand
prints illustrative of everv school nf etching
and engraving, and these are so arranged as
to show the student every step in the pro
grosoftho art from its very inception.
Some of them aro rare and costly prints.
Many aro proof copies of such artists as
Raphael, Morgheti, Albert Durer, and
Raiinnndi. There aro eighteen original
Rembrandts, ot which it is said no dealer
in tho world can at present show so fine a
collection. Woman's Journal.
A dinner of seven courses for twenty one
cents has been achieved by the Dorchestei
girls in tho B iston cooking school. The
school gave thu dinner Monday evening to
a number of guests including Ed.vard Ev
erett Hale and wife, and although one big
table-spoon heaping full of Java was used
for each cup of coffee, the filet do boeuf
garnished with mushrooms, and the fish
served a la creme, the whole dinner, not
counting fuel and labor, costs only twenty
one cents per plate. Where is the Cairo
Miss Mary Hinckley, at the last meeting
of the Natural History Society, of Milton,
Mass,, road a very interesting paper on
"Some of tho Differences of our Native Tad
poles." Miss Hinkley is the first lady who
has road a communication before this so
ciety. It was received with hearty applause
and I'igh commendation. Sho has been de
voting herself for several years to tho study
of these, Batrachians, with usual facilitirs
for observation, and a raro intelligence and
enthusiasm. Sho has already mado hersel
a recognized authority on the subject. Miss
Hinckley is daughter of tho well known
artist, Thomas Hinckley, and is winning
success in ho field of science ns her father
has dono in that of art. Sho has illustrated
her studies with a series of correctly drawn
and beautifully colored pictures from life of
our native frogs, in every stage of growth.
Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, of Iowa, delivered
the second oj a course of lectures before
tho W. C, T. U. in Battle Creek, Michigan,
Jan. 3. Equal Suffrage was not directly
mentioned in her lecture, yet most of her
listeners wero convinced that tho vote of
women is tho levor noodod to carry tho to.n
poranco work to success. Sho held her
audience two hours, securing their close
attention. It was a masterly effort, woman
Mrs. Foster is not only a successful and
brilliant lawyer, but a model wifo and
Rebecca Foil, in the December number
of tho Western' Magazlno in an able article
upon "Two type, of women; tho women who
cau take caro of hciself, and the woman
who ought to bo cared for," has tho follow
ing: "Col. Robert Ingersoll says that
women has nil the rights men havo and ono
that no ono was in possession of tho prem
ises, and they were vacant and unoccupied,
was not sufficient to authorize publication
by notico to tho owner in a newspaper.
And further, that a notico of a purchase of
land for taxes, in stating tho time when tho
right of redemption will expire, must state
the sauio correctly, otherwise it will bo fa
Tho like principle extended and applied
to all tax deeds now existing, would leave
them shorn of an element of validity and
strength, which they were supposed by
their owners in general to possess, and nec
essary for tho purpose of passing any shadow
of title whatever.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syriip. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and iclief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best feinalo
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. cents a bottle..
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I'iiOPItlKTOKS OF JIKI'liKltrs
Hotel and Itestauranf,
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mikI Molillt! Oyrtcrs, nml Hi I klmln (if nune nnd fl!i
In their sea-oil. bkilleil cook and waiter em
jlnveil. Iliir Htockeil with the hciit liraulB of Kentucky
whinkii-H. ami all cither flri-t clji-x I linmm, ch'nr
etc. ISclllitE's Milwaukee lleer on ilraimlit. tf.
CAPTAIN H. k. rums
linn Hturted I. In
At JIodjii-H l'ltrk.
Capacity 20,000 Per Dav
And In prepared to fill all orilern promptly.
I A M KH CI I K X KY, A yon t-
Corner Eighteenth and Poplar .Streets.
riUIKCITY NATIONAL HANK.
Tl OHIO I.RVKK.
A (iencral lliinkin"; business
THUS. AV HAJd.llUY.
JNTKKPUISK KAV1NU HANK.
Of Culm, .
INCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS DANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAIjIjI day,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian FlouringM ills
HUrheat Cash Price Paid for Wheat.