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TT1B DAILY CAJKO RUUKT1N: TUSEIMY , MORNING , MARCH ,-Tr 188a:
.THE DAILY BULLETIX
OAm! Bulletin Bollrtlnj, WuUlnfloa ivano
UTBBKO AT TBI P06T OFFICII Uf CAIRO, Ih
tUCOIB, IB OONrCLAS KATTXH.
OrritiiAJi PAPER OP CITT ANUOODNTI
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thin column, etUt cents per tin for
trst ami five muU por Hue uch subsequent lueur
ion. Koc ou wuek, 3U cauls par lino, tor uu
month, weenie per lino.
A. Booth's Extra Select
at A. T. Delkun's, CO Ohio levee.
TJso Thu Caiiw Bulletin perforated
scratch book, made of calendered jute
roanilla, equally good 'or inli oT pencil. For
Bale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no vuria
tion in prices.
-. City. Marshal's Notice.
All parties having shovels, wheelbarrows
Unterns, picks, or any kind of tools or ma
terial belonging to the city, are hereby re
quested and demanded to leave the same at
the city marshal's office, on Sixth ntreet. on
or I etore Tuesday, March 7th, 1882. After
that dto strict search will be nude and
any party found in possession of any prop
erty beltroginsj to .the city, will b prose
cuted to the full extent of, the law.
, Lovi II. Meyers, City Marshal.
Extra Select Oysters - ,
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date hue, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
ured and for sale at the Cairo Bullefiu
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
will be beld at the old Reform hall, on
Tenth street, ou Monday evening, March
6tf), for the purpose of considering the Ihjm
plan to build our city above high water
and sipe-water. We request all tax -payers
and those interested in our city's welfare to
C. R. Woodward, President.
Wood Ritten house, Treasurer.
M. J. Howlev, SecretaYy.
Cairo, 111., March 8d, 1883.
A. Booth's Kxtra Selects
i at A. T. DelJaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Two cars choice Mew York early seed pn
tatoes. Guaranteed strait Rose potatoes
and for sulo low, by
New York Store.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
.in bulk, tor sale, by the dozen or nuuurea.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
' -ceipts of fresh Red Snapper and othtr gull
. and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. ' Jacob Klek.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. pelkun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Mies und Chil
dren's shoes; I hivo decided to close out
the above lino of goods at est, 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 bo s ld to make
room for spring goods iti Men's Boy's and
Youth's fine boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tfotleee la tVm columns, ten wdu or lint.
acn insertion, jaanotn
' , "i( The finest stock of liquors and cigars
' -in tho city is at ''This Opera Exchange,"
V on bixtu street. ,
Last Friday was a great day for sul
cides almost every section of th country
furnishing a case of self-murder. D -press
ing weather rather than real trouble makes
Gens. Sherman and Hancock, arcom
panled by nearly at many colonel as com
pote the "Union Reform party of Seotucky,
are on an. inspection tour through Trias,
California and the Yosemit valley that will
occupy thein for tun weeks.
The finest s'ock of lignum and cigars
in the; city i at VTue Opera xchange,"
The finest stock of liquors and citfars
In tho city is at "Tim Opera Exchange," on
Sixth street, )
.The,, accumulated wator'in the lower
portions of tho city was . about six Inches
higher yesterday than it ever was before.
The highest wajer of thU kind knowu be
fore this year was h 1803.
Anew barber shop complete in all its
appointments, and presided over by ton
soi ial artist of well known skill, has been
opened by Mr. A. Frohma in his buil'iing
at tho corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue. It
Mr. Louis Herbert Is making extensive
improvements in Ins saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street and Washington avenue.
He is having the ante room enlarged and
the walls of the entire establishment ncwlj
Under the direction of Chief M er
twenty-six men were employed all day
Friday in gathering u.i the lumber us-d in
bulkheading'tho Ohio levee, and piling
it up at the font of Eighth street. It will
lt used in raising and repairing the side
walks in some portions of the city and
will therefore be no loss.
' Greagory, tho supposed Mount Ver
non, Indiana, wife murderer, who was cap
tured in Ballard count), Ky., a few dav
ago, was not released at Paducach as wa
expected he would be. He will be return
ed to the scene of his crime and properly
Two steamboat men, named respective
lv McCave and Pat Hu.'hea, were brought
I). f ro Justice J. H. R ibinson yosttrd iv,
charged with having asstilted young Mau
rice Clancey. Tho evidence proved that the
charges against them were not truoand
they were both discharged.
'i'i-Captain W. M. Williams, agent hereof
the Cairo and St.Luis railroad, will layin
to receive freight for his road at this point
to-J iy and the road will again start it
trains to-night, al! of which will be g"-d
nows to the people in general. It 9eems
that the water h is gone down sufficiently to
permit trains to enter the city as u u il.
Tho far ten patriotic American ciiz n
who defneed the monument to the unfor
tunate M j r Andre, lately erected atTaD
pan, near New York, haa been captured
and it is hoped will be imprisoned. It re
quires a good deal .of solitary rohVetioii .
convince such a nun that hn is an ass. ami
the term awarded this particular crank
should be a long one.
At an informal meeting of congresa
men representing tho slates moat n filleted
by the late fliods, a most deplorable con
dition was shown to exist. A relief bill ap
propriating $100,000 for food to be dis
tributed will probably be introduced im
mediately and another bill to appropriate
$1,000,000 for the immediate repair of
levees to protect the crops lor this season is
Street Commissioner Gorman has of
lato been almoit constantly kept busy,
looking up aud repairing or raising side
walks, en I tho success and eneryy with
which he has prosecuted the work is cer
tainly commendable, lie is engaged day
after day in utilizing tho lumber used y
bulkheadiog the levees, by uting it for con
t ructing double or raised walks in places
where tho original sidewalk is submerged.
Among tho latest western arrivals at
Washington are ex-G v. E O. Stanard, J.
Drummond ami Sylvester II. Latin of
St. Louis. Gov. Stanard, Capt. W. P. Hal
liday, of Cuiro, and other members of the
committee appointed by the St. Louis con
vention will appear before tho homo com
merce committee day after " to morrow to
present arguments in behalf of tho Missis
Tim proprietor of he Paducah Enter
prise desires to sell sijino competent and
worthy man a share in tho paper. Galnea,
tho proprietor, contemplates starting a pa
per in Louisvillo and therefore wishei
to leavo his concern in good hands. The
Enterprise is perhaps one of tho bent little
papers iu this part of tho country and
would be a good investment for a mvi of
ordinary good sense and energy.
Country newspapers iu general and
tho Vienna Times in particular: "Cairo
li'is been considerably damaged by the late
floodtt." Thk Bulletin begs leave to iu
form tho countiy preBS in general and the
Times in particular that Cairo was not
touched by ''tho late floods," but was saved
from thuru by her great levees aud the well
directed, tneigetio wo k of her citize n.
An incident worthy of men ion in con
noction with the late little ' tussle of the
Cairo people with the Mississippi floods, is
that Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald furnished
horres free of charge, to carry Mr. George
L"Otz and Col. James S. Rcarden, who had
charge of the works on the levee at certain
times, to and from the levee every day. It
Is well that all these little Incidents should
bo tol l, that it may lie known who con
tributod, and in what way, to the genera
good in time of need. 1
The corn meal mill of Mr. W, It. flalli
day, on Ohio levee, below Sixth etreot, is
now running at its full capacity every day
It is ono (if the new, important ud per
man nt institutions of tho city and will ad
to the genenl hum ot business r.nd to tho
wealth of the pi ice. Its cap-iclty now is
about four hundr d and rTty parrels pe
uay, oroneinrrei aooutevery loll.' Ili'tiu ea,
and adit turns out is now iu iuiuudiute
duuiaud. ' ' " ' . .
f,Thejo hni beep very littl lawlessness
in the city within the last few weeks. -The
police dockets show a less number of cases
than at some periods nf , fimof when there
was lew reason to expect violations of law.
There have' been no cases of'fetty larceny
as might have been expected, which fact is
duo. in a great measure, tf) tho yatchfui
tiess of tho police foice and to the energetic
action of the gentlemen; compoaiotr the
vigilance committee. HThocw chronic ciim
inals who sought Cairo In the hope uf
having an opportunity to plunder were
sorely disappointed.' ' , ; ", "' '';; , '
Sunday morning, alnrnt fouf v'clock,
the remains of Frank Toll, to whoso d
.death mention was made in Sunday'
Bulletin, arrived here in care of his
brother Charley. They were .taken home,
but were too near the point of dvcomposi
ion to permit keeping oyer until yesterdy
and were conveyed to .-Beech.. Grove . aud
buried Sun 'ay afternoon. The cause of
death was a severe crushing . of the groin
by the bumpers of two cars wh'c deceased
vas in act of coupling. Tho wounds, were
'rightful and necessarily fatal from the star".
Tho tracks of both the Mobile and
he Clrcago, St. "Louis and News Orleans
rilroads nearly from Ea-t Cairo to Wick
I ffe, are under water and a Mat wreck.
The embankment Is washed away and in
many places the track Jias heeu completely
urned over. Asa result all transfers of
freight and passengers to or from Calm on
these roads tuut be made at Wickliffo. A
etnporary incline has d-en built there and
the transfer steamers Morgan and MeComb
make regular trips there. It wi!t be sev
eral weeks, perhaps months, before the
tracks will be sufficiently 'restored to j er
init the us1) of the former incline.
Ab'Utone hundred and twenty-five
people, ladies and gentlemen nearly i qtial
ly proportioned, formed the excursion party
M the MissU-ippi levre and to Wuskliffe
Ky., on the steamer Three States last Sun
day afternoon. The boat went to, and
landed at, the new levee, giving all alxiard
a good view of th-j em!) mkxent which
was the subject ot so much th ught aud
acion within the lat two weeks. From
here th.s boat went to Wicklitfe, where the
ejcourhionists got ashore, climbed the h'.ils
and went tnrough tho iivo little town, ad
miring its situation and the evident enter
prise of its citizens. The b wt returned to
Ciiro ab ut five o'clock and while the rain
came down in torr-nt the excurs;ouit
wended their several ways home.
-The St. L'iu'is R-jpglilican say: "It is
scarcely whimpered around the ii ner offi.es
of the navy department, but the Republi
can is justified in giving it confidentially to
the people of this city, that there U a fair
chance that the United States man of-war
Kearsarge will drop anchor in the neigh
horhood of tho St. Louis bridge s me time
between this and summer. Secretary Hunt
has made no puolic announcement of this
program me, but tho rumor that ho is going
t order tho Kuarsage on a voyage up the
Misnissippi prevail-) in navy circles. The
Kjarsargit wintered at New4 Orleans and
the unusual high water of this season
seems to If r it a better chance for a trip
to tho heart of the continent than the
Wa haett had." It is more probable that
the Kearsarge will come to Cain and stop,
because- of her inability to reach St. L mis
for too low water.
Tho five men who were induced by the
young scoundrel Jack Lally tonsbist in di:
iMudiug Ihe city out of money by present
ing fil.se orders for work on the. levee, were
brought nut for a preliminary hearing be
fore Magistrate Coinings yesterday after
noon. E l. Haunon, John Reynolds, Steph
en Beech and Charles Myers woro found
guilty and weio held to bail in tho -u n of
two hundred dollars cncli to nnswer tho
charge of "conspiring to defraud t he city,"
before the circuit coutt at its next term
They were unable to give . tho bail and
were therefore taken back to the county
jail fvr safe keeping. James 8'ier
, also ono of tho Bami
gang nt men, was touna to
be innocent of the charges preferred
against him and was clisehtrgert. There
are two others of the same lot still to lm
tried, who will prob ibly be brought, out to
day or to morrow. '
Cranks have ordinarily very littlejudg
tuent and lees tact, but thu crank who fired
a shit at the harmless old queen of England
seema to have been especially weak-minded
and foolish. , To a'tempt uch a deed by
tiring a shot from s crowd and with a h and
so unsteady that ho did uut even hit the car
riage In which tho quoeu was riding, and
an exploit indicating about as much idiocy
as wickedness, atid'ihe idea will certainly
obtain that the man who shot at her majos
y, of E igland, did not intend to hit her,'
but was impelled by a luoibid desire for
notoriety and perhaps, alhoj as hfl alleges,
by a wish to get something tu eat. He has
succeeded in both thee objects, and En
gland, where so munli fault was found with
tbe methods ot Guiteau, will have' an' op
portunity to show us how such 'a trial
should bn conducted, Ihe comparison
vyll not smount to much though, since tho
Guiteau Jrial followed a traedy, whife thn
trial orMacLeaa w.ll'comu after ri
Vienna Times i "Our Immigration
Society should not bo lost sight of, nor
permitted to snk b ninth thu we-tera 'sky
to rlaiMii) more, heai. them - will very
ptob Itly ti,' mole seilvtV) In" the InuYifgra
tiuu tuorcmuut than tor m my years. f Bleu
and- women in sher la wis j aro preparing" ;
iu tvnvu uicir country lor our snores, coming
hither siieking luburand. to improve their
conditions., as free people, leniod thein
by their own govern monls "These people
will bring snmo money with', thehi,
bitt their -greattfHt'.valuo is In their labor
qualities. It isVtiown that they add every
year a vast productive forco to Ihe country,
which is not at once tioticahle, becauso wo
have1 such large undeveloped territory in
which to distribute them. They have made
themselves felt" already in the grand total
of our industrial achievements. .Qur crops
are enormous, nd constantly increadng;
and if the natural condltiona are as good
thia year n they were two years ago? tho
yields of all kinds of staples wi 1 be much
larger than then, bocauso of to acreage bo
iug larger. On coming to our shores these
people have to bo cured for and pnpcrly
distributed over our States and Territories;
and their labor and capital being needed
to open up the hiddeu wealth and resources
of Southern Iilinois, a united effort should
be m ule by our citizens to secure ' the class
o immigrants which would m st likel..
hubs rvo our purposes." , "
Tho steamer Jimes D. 1 arkcr from
Cincinnati for Memphis was sunk in the
channel under tbo railroad bridge shortly
after noon, at Louisville, Ky., Sunday.
Capt. Varble, who had charge of the b -at,
says: Wo passed the dam all right, ste'r
ing nicely until we entered tho shoal water
at tho head of tho chute, at which jwdnt
tho bow inclined a little to tho le t ide. I
immediately gave her the wheel, so aa to
give her a sheer to tho starboard, hut she
would n t answer tho helm, ; u k- pt sheer
ing over to tho porr aid. I then saw she
w.s bound to strike on the left side of the
C ute. I s;o;Ded the engiues and waited a
nnnuta until I saw she was not answe.ing
the .helm. I had the engine reversed mid
succeeded in backing her, but lo no g aci
The bost kept moving until she s'ruck the
left han.l reel. Several times in the. move
raent the boat sheered again, and by the
time we got to tho bridge she was br-wd-side
across the channel. Ab-ut ibis lim
ine mate informed mo the Iwat was filling
with water and sinkinr rapidly, and nhe
sink before I could tret her to shoal water.
As the Prker was at the wlmrf only a
short time, very little is known about her
cargo, which CJmisted of merchandise
from Cincinnati for re u hern points. The"
bo-kt was valued at about $35,C(iO, und in
sured for half in Cincinnati. She was the
property of the Cincinnati and Memphis
Mr. James Morris and daughter, of V
lie, are in the city since yesterday af'ernoon.
Mr. M.'Q dioy's family is at tlm Ilrmi"
Hotel, Dongnla, not Caledonia as previous
Old Rjform hall was crowded last night
with about three hundred representative
citizens from every wrd in the city, fur the
purpose of considering matters arising oil
of he late hiob water excitement. It wti
a meeting of tho t,x puvers asso
ciation, in whiih all citi -z
'OS tax payers wh. ther iiiL-mler8 of
the association or not, bad h um invited to
participate. The meeting was called
to order by Mr. C. R V.od vanl, pr sideiit
of ihu tux-payers ,is'Ci;tion, and Mr. M. J.
How ley acted ,as secretary. Mr. Wood
ward s'atcd tho inject of the meeting to be
to discuss a number of questions afl'-cting
Cairo s security fioiu overflow and herowti-
ership an.l control uf the levees surround
ing her. He submitted, aud the secretary
read, the following series of propos'nlous
and quevtious :
1st. Toe tiiliagof Twelfth street or Twen
tieth street, or both, Twentieth utrcvt from
Ohio Leve.e to NVushiogtou avcauu to
Twelfth street, thoin-e t .Misssippi levee,
abovo high water whereby we csn have a
place of refuge in dangerous tunes md
easier defended against high water, all im
piovciueui with a now of tiding tlu wholo
city soon as practicable.
2d. Should the money p lid by tho citj
for tho bui ding of thx new levee (while in
distress) be refunded by those who prom
ised protection? .
3 I. Who should bear Mio expense of re
pairs just made on the new I. vee, t i - city
or those who guaranteed good levee? :
4' h. Shall our levees bo raised three or
Iivo fovt or more, w hen the Iron Mountain
builds a levee for their track, that will not
(weak the water uow running ov. r fen
miles of country will bo confined to one or
two milohl '
5lh, Can tlnfi-o who promised us good
levees avoid their guarant'Tn ' by transfer
mg their promises to others? There are
parts of the Mississippi lev. e needing erf
tire now levees to-day. " The June t se may
cut certain exposed parts of tho leve.e aa
much as any time in the past.
0th. What security must wo have to ini
sure a compliance with guarantees given
us, so wo can feel safo in improving our
7th. Who is to extend the wharf up to
tho Illinois Central Stone Depot, as no one
dare build a good house on the levee be
tween Terth street and Fourteenth street
. hecauso of 'ho many washen there.
8ili. Shall the wharf bo open to com pet i
:ion for wharl'-bonta and shall the
city.declde the on"unt of wharfage to be
paid or individual' !' , . .
9 h. Are wo to pay any more taxea.on.
sand, etc., which the . rivers wash to our
shores for, tiding streets and lo's bova
hlyii' water,' lpo waer and mud?
10 h. Whether tho revet ua , from ' our
wharf should be lixriend'd to repair all the
old levi'i'sjto pay, for new, repair pn new
levm, afKl the bui lding of any w letoe,
we mav w In the future or not. i ,,. .
v yThe queVli u wro made the BU'ijit- uf
several nioUous. Mr. George W. lion-
dri5tt'iho'o4 thaf fhVybe considered sep--aratelyt
which motion was 1 seconded nd
carried.' ' Mr. Walls' moved that only mem
Wrs uf.'tho tax-payers' association be al
lowed to vote upon the questions, which
modou was lost. , The first question was
again read by the secretary and a motion was
made. to lay it on the table, which was
lost amid confusion. A motiou was then
made by Captain Williams to fefer tho
question to a committee of fivo from each
ward, which- whs seconded. Pending this
motion remarks were made by Col. Thomas
Lewis, Hon. J.- M. Lansden, Col. John
Wood and ntlwr. Tho motion was then
put to tho house and lost.
Alderman B. F. Blake then rose to a
point ot order, sayiug that Ihe hand
bills calling the .meeting stated
that the objects should be a consideration
of the questions : "What Bho.lt wo do and
how shall wo do it?" , He would therefore
move that a committee of live substantial
citizeus from eu-h of the five wards be Hp
pointed, with instructions to consider this
compound question: "what shall wu do and
how shall wo do it?" The motion was
seconded. Capt. Williams offered toatnond
tba motion jby. including iu the tua.ter
to bo considered and reported upon by th -committee
also the series of questions first
read to the meeting bj tho secretary, whii n
amendment wasuccepted by Mr. lllake ami
tho motion as amended beini! then put to
tho house was carried almost unanimously.
Mr. Wood Ritteuuouso then .dlWud this
IV so.veJ. That the diy council be rc
quisled to grant the, C it it. L R R- C :
riu'ltt of wayou the lollowing couuiio?ir,
That they build th' ir embankment on
the outside of the new levee an ad litem !
.vi l li of '(ID) te i feet and a:i addition r
height ot two (3i tie', willi a a! ! e of (U
oee fisit to (7) si vim, on tho tiv. r smu-,
cr sslng i' when necessary to make tin if
curves. Tii;s to lie in settlement of th"
wn.ile coiitrov rsy r' guding light of way.
Mr. Ritteiihoust niovcJ thai said resmu
lion be rel'i.Tied to tli'-r.oniiuitiee of twenty
five, provided for by Mr. lilake's motion, and
fiat it consider and report on sun" in con
nection w.th the other ina'ters r-fcrred to
it. Mr. It ttenboiHo's m ni-m w.h sconded
Mr. O. llaythirn offered to amend Hut res
olution by requiring th it the Cairo &, S
L-iuis railroad company be required
to riprap w'nh nuk thn ouier slop-
otsaid levee, which amendment w is ie-
coived w tli apjlause, was seconded, and
accepted by Mr, Rittenhouso.
A iernau C. O. IVier suggecled that
the committee ber.lso rfqu'stel to consider
the connection with this nutter, tho plan of
giving Isith the Cairo and St. Lmis and
tliH W.ii.ash. S:. Louis and PunHj roads a
right iif w.iy around the Mi-sissippI M o
thecity, on condition that they butl J sulli
cient embauknients to protect the city fn in
the Missis-ippi riv'.-r. Mr. Puller's suges
tion was well received, but not be'n.g inadis
in tho form of an amen liuent to tlio motion
before tho homo, it was not toted upon.
A vote was then tik"n upon tho motion
offered by Mr. Wood Rittenhousc and
ainmenileJ bv Mr. O. HaVtll HP. Slid both
The chair appointed aa the committee of
twenty five provided for by Mr. Blake'i
motion, th following gentlemen: i
1st Ward-P. G. Schuh, R W. Miller, M
J. ILuvlcy, P. W. Barclay, II. Winter.
21 Ward F. Bi'ws, W. Rlltenlions-, II.
Meyers, A. Coming, p. S ,up.
31 Ward B. F. Blake, Jno. W.s,d
S-ni'li. O.M. Ald'ii. I. L Harrell.
4ih Ward-C. O. Patiei, S. Walters, P
Neff. J. Y. Turner, R. Fitzgerald
5th Ward-C. Galiigher, lv . Petlif, C.
Lancaster, T. W. II tbiday, Jas. Carroll.
On motion, of Col. Thorn is Lews the
meeting then dj mrned until m xi M"tid 'y
Excepting sevenl little manii'estations f
dissatisfiction tho tivitiiig was a very
pleasant one throughout and was produc
tive of as much good aa was anticipated bv
the prime iii -vcm in too matter. Next
Monday's meeting promises to be still
Fees of Doctors.
The fee of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in just ut
present. We believe the aehedulo lor visits
is $:j.00, wIdcIi wounl b.x 11 limn eon
fine I to his bud for a year, ana in net d
of a daily visit, over $1.(100 a year for
modioli Htieiiilsiico alone 1 And one single
bottle of Hop Bitters taken 11 tjmo would
save the $1,0110 and all tbo yo.tr's sie'.ni:.
PUOrUIEToH OF rlpKOAT'tS PATENT
(CK BY THK CAR LOAD OR TON,WRM
- 1 !i:hF.Tr FOR flHTlTINt.
"mi Lfa.dfl a Hjoinltv.
li'i iinii Street and Lcvci
' CAliio, ILLINOIS.
' ron SALE BY
(JAlROOrERA HOUSE. .
GR.VND DUAMATIC EVENT,
i on n li rriumos.
The Cvlebrited Cemineiliiuf,
MR. ANI UBS.
Iuth;r an'.iiij snl uaxeptloaal eatartaln
-" mentof -
And a Company ef Solsct . .
A Mouiun -t.lo Kun, an Vlrth proToktnir t'A
Muralljr la.tr-ici'v hi-uisi Ibe kii"1 verd;ct:
"I thnn'il l ke o sec Ihtiu aatu
Th i U-auiifiil I) .nie.tlo Ursa., otitied
staMM moimii - s
II. rtir'l Ktvsria.'h AVm olion
tuvlit i' iiini'ir . ......... . I'till Pfier.
II. II Ha loa ci John O.hoTus
fint -id t'aas. lUmlltrQ
Ki'bim n Tioniir ...Mr lNn-y bomi
Mii.n Oitrnib KnviBUb t'.r'lf Ntonrwtll
Kitty Aouie M K h. l
latnvHdns IU2-.c I.llis, Mnrr'. MnMli-s tnd
s vml tainiteir Irub Alr, "Th Dhrl-nioia
lhuii'i." - Tlie (isrdi"! wher Ihs Pratlas llfnw,"
"'h Whoii' -cle Kb .ri-." '-Onit.kpon Lswa,'
"Hi D-oj-Ms pir. " Tbo Hard of rmau,"
l-fnni-l' Mo't." ,-CMwie'i Ltnicul,"
"Iil. ifErln.",Hnrl:B, Ilejirlsre."
ImaiCnf Hiitj's nf tho m'l UncSble of Cjmlc
Sit-iclii, Tilt ONLY OSIIOKNKS
O D D I T I K S
JOHN MKAt:itR. .i,i.t. IIAKKY OSBORNE
Ll't'KKTIA I'liV riFr X.
siTiiasBoDuiTT FANNT OOBOKNS
Tr re.of Arlrnlf'lon, SJf.Sf and TV.
Ili-srred cut fur n'v at uul placet.
rpiKCITY NATIONAL IliSK. '
Ol Cnlro. UllnoiB.
;i OHIO LIVES.
A General naiiMiij; lutliicijS
Til OS. V
NTItPKISS SAUG DANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TIIOsJ. SV. IIAbLlDAY,
HTOVES AN It TIMWAKK.
gTOVKS! STOVES!! '
LL S0STM. KIZKS AND RTYLKi
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, GOITER & SHEET-IRON WARS
AM. KINDS OV JOII WOTIS DOttK TO OROSH.
NO. 87 EIOnTn STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinoia
CO Ali, WOOD ICE.
P M. WAItl),
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Too or Car Load. Anllverud la any part of tho
WOOD OP ALL KINDS.
if U 'ia o' I im at my Wood and Coal Office.
I1,L AND COMMISHION.
FI.0VR. GRAIN AND BAT
' ProTrttrr 4
Bjryptian FlouringMUls '
UUhetit Ctwh Price Paid for Wheat.
r, . Yan I l- m it ' a. i 't