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y nyor N. B. ThietlHWisMl.
Traiiror-T J . Kerth.
Clork Ij-firim. J, Koley.
inlor--Win. 11. Gilbert.
MnMUttl-L. H. Meyers,
Utorney William liendrlck".
MOAHD or ALDIKMIN.
rV"t Wrd Wm.McHale, T. M. Klinbrough.
second Ward Jts.e lliukle, C. N. Unities.
Tlilrd Ward B. F, Blake, Johu Wood.
Fourth Ward-Churltta 0. Pitlcr, Adoipb 8wo
od a . "
mth Ward-T. W. Hallldav, Krntit B. Pettlt.
I'liriill .Turliri f. Hjiki r.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvin.
County Judge It. H Yocuin.
County Cura-H.J. llutnm.
Cotiiily Attorney 4. M. Damron.
County Treaurcr-Mtlu W. I'arker.
hlierllr John Hodges.
Coroner -It. Kllr.gerald
County Coiomlrelonera T. w
Oil. be and VvUit Saup.
Halllduy, J. A
1AIIH) BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and l'oplar
Iv streets; preaching flrt aud Umd Suudaye In
,ad montn, 11 a m. and 7 ::. m .: prayer meet
Thursday, 7 p. Af J?
MllltfH OF TUB KKDUKMIK-(Kplicopal
L fourteenth street; buudfcy 7:00a m . Holy
Ku.-berl.t; it:) a. m., ttun.Uy 'houl: I Ola.m..
Morning Wayer"; s:onp. m KveulnR frayeri. r
V. Ouvenport, S T. B. Hector.
K!-T Vli-tSlUNAKV BAIT18T CUUKCU.
I I leaching at :. a. n... 8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
ill i.a'h school at 7:30 p. rn Key. T. J. Shore",
I I, TIIL'KAN-Thirteenth atrwt; service" Hab
4 ba'h I : a. m ; Sunday school 4 p- m. IU.
Kimppc, past ir.
METHODIST-Cor. KtgMr nd Walnut streets,
1'reachtiig Sabbath ll:i)a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
.-nnday School at AM p. m. ttev. J. A. bcsrrell,
I)llKSBYTKKIAN -Klghtb "Oeet; preachlug on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. ; Pr7c'
meeting Wednesday at 7:) p.m.; Strnday 8cnol
at J p.m. Key 11. V. ioore, pastor.
CT. JOKEI'U H iKoinao Catholic) Corner Cros"
O and Waluut "treett; service" Sabbaln 10:80.
Sunday School at t p. in-; Vespers a P ta x ier
rice, every day at Ham. HeV.U'Uara. 1 rlest.
DT, H AT KICK'S (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenne; services 8ab
oaiL 8 and 10 a. m.; Vesper" 3 p. m.; Sunday School
t p. m. service" every day at ft a.m. Key. M.isU.rsoti
R. li. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
TIUINS HSPAIIT. THIN AlllllVa.
Mail 3:ljara I tMall 4:cfta.m
t WotiwUtWD.il :! "i Kt!irK 11:10 a. ui
tKiprer. 4:3 m A'cninriatloii..4:05 p.m
MISS CENTRAL It. K.
fMnll 4:.r a 111 M.Mali .. 5:p.m
tl'.ijircM 10:1 it m I tKspriMM II :ia oi
ST. L, A It. K (Narniw (iaiie )
ExprcM l'':2Aa.m I 'Rxptur 4:'Wp.m
Accom'datlon. tjip.m I Accora'dntoln 18:05 p.m
ST. L . I M H. It. It
tRxir,' ll:ip.in I vKipri'M S:fy p m
lArcom nation. tM p.m I tAr.com' datlon 11 :4.a.Dl
WABASH, ST LOCH PACIFIC lt'Y CO
Mll A Ki .... 4 4 vm Mail 4 Kx.... ;3lp tii
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE A OHlOH It;
Mail .B:ii5. m. I Mil R:Vi p. m.
Expref. n:0 a. m. Bxprc.a cip. ni.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
THAINS HL'N AS KULLOWS.
Bxpn'M anil Mull lt-awa Cairo. every day ex-cpt
Suii'lav, at ltl:'.'." a m. Arriv.a 4: !5 p. ra.
Acrommodatlon at rivia at Vi'M p. m. and de
parte at 1:4) p. in.
Walnut St. .near 152th.
SUUIKUTKRH, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TKRM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'ITlON Folt TKRM
Common School, Academic mil Commercial
II ION KV n.OVD.Tcmihcr.
QEOKGE II. LE.VCII, M. I).
Phvician and Surgeon.
Special iitlentloti pnld to the Hoincoi itlilc. trunt
mi nt of nurtflcul dl.canci, and dieniu of women
Olllc: un lllh "trout, oppoHlto the Pout Oillce,
JU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NT1S T .
OFFICB-KUtht)! Street. nr t'nmv erclal Anne
jyi K W. WIIITLOCK,
Urrnm-No. I KB Cfimmnrc.lal Avenue, between
Ki'hili and Ninth Strouu
PROPRIETOR OP BPHOAT'8 PATENT
VVholcsalo D?ialer in Ice.
ICE BY Til It CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
'CKED FOH 8UIPPIN0
Oar Loada a Specialty,
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
'PUB KEUULAR CAIRO AND I'ADUCAH
1 DAILY PACKET.
HENRY K. TAYLOH
OKO. JOBES clerk
Leaves I'aducah for Cairo daily (Sundayi except
ed) at 8 a.m. anil M'tind City at I p m. Itutnru
iUK, L. ave. Cairo at t p. in. Mound. City at &p. in.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE faVH STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7th, and nntl Inrther
notice thtfenyboat will raak trip" an folloire:
MAT I" LI1VI" LliVIl
Foot Fourth it Mlatonrl Land'. Kentucky Ld g.
H:f a. m.
10:00 a. m.
9 :00 p. m
2 p. ra.
8:80 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
2 SO p. m.
4 :S0 p. m.
11 a. m.
8 p. m.
5;0t) p. m.
TUB A. Ii. SAFFORD.
Dallv Darki't h.'turAn Pair., .ml lnn.jfi,l.n
tain Au tin Owen
Leant Cairo :S0 A. M.
Mound Cltv .::)
1" Cairo . U :.
" Moun.1 City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo 4:;K) ' "
" Mound Cltv fl " "
n Sundays until further notice th HulTiird w ill
make two round trip between Calm ud Mound
l liv. leavinu Cairo at a. m. and l:'tn p. m and
leaving Mouudcity at 11 o'clock a, m. and p. m.
HEI'OUT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL. HANK
OK1 CAN tO.
at Cairo, lu llic Slate ot Illluol", at tuc clone of
July lat, 18112,
Loans and discount $ 337,ffi 95
Overdraft jjjy ,;
I'. S. bondt) to aoctirc tirt iiU-
Hun - ),rio no
Other atockj, bouds aud uiurt-
. ('''" 70,111 2S
Due from approved renerve
Rents f 110,138 lit
Due from other National bunks 15, Wl till
Duo from Statu bank and
bankers .11,175 4!- lWl,!f,5 3S
Keal estate, furnlluro and lis-
lures 2.V1HS 71
Current exp"iie and tales
litd 18 !i'J
Checks and other cash Items. .$ H.W.'i a
Kills of other Bunks JO.UT'.I 00
rnutiotiiil paper ctirreucv,
nickels aud pennies 37(1 00
tiold $!,! mi
Mlver ,(i:ll 80-:l,H'.KJ ti
l.til Tender notes 15,UU! OU 75.WI OH
Hedeminlon fnuil w liU ('. S.
Treasurer, (5 perconl. of cir-
Due frontal!. S. Treasurer,
other th"aii ft per cent, re-
dumpltou fund 'j.Oin
Cuplinl stock paid in lim.min no
Mirnliis Kiind li'i.niio no
rniliviili'd Profits 5,imi 07
N Htiouul lunik notes oiltstnnd-
illk' 45,000 00
Dividend. uiimid 1,111100
Iniliviitiial deposits subject to
check $100,710 OH
Demainlcertillentes of deposit, 15.41 ut
Due to other Niitlonnl bunks, 2,:M7 30
Due to iStulo hunks and
bunkers M,l0 7ti 4M,RUl IKl
ToTAt f 7'iT,7tX l;i
Stale of Illinois, county of Alexander, sh.
I, Thus. W, llnllldiiy, Ciishler of the, hove named
Imnk.dn solemnly swenr Ihut the abovo statement
Is true to thv best of my knowledge and belief.
Titos. W. Hai.i.iiiav, Cashier.
Subscrllu'd udiiwyri) to before mo this loth dny
of July, IBS!. At J.llowi.HV,
It II. CltNNINUIIAM, )
11. II. Candic. 'Directors
II. L. Hali.idat.
QUA RT E R L YJl E PORT
OK Til K CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiuo, III., Monday, July 3rd, 1884.
Loans and Discounts 8.'.oi7 12:1
Due from other bauku t H.YIUI w
Cash, on band Sn,ti77 'ii
Itvnl Itstato and fitrulttiru I.'l,fl7 (5
Capital slock paid In f 15,500 no
rMirpiusanapioilM l,tir4 2t
Doposll 114,101 711
Lille other banks Vi el
Wo, F. Dross, president, nd ITnnry Wells
cashier, do snleninlv swoar that the above slato-
ment la true to tin host of our knowledge and bo-
llur, V. BHOSS, rriialaeul
II. WELLS, Cathlor.
Subscrlhnd aud iworn to before me tills Srrl day
Of July, 1882. ALFKBD COMINtiH.
lr NoUry Tubllu.
The Beantv of Jennie Oramef.
When the body of JtmnioCrrunrrwas
diHcnrt'rod by Undo Asa Curtlss, tlm
clam dijrjror, rnrly on the movninn; of
August li last, in the waters of Lonjr
Island Soimd t.haL Kkirt Suvin Rock. H
was attired in clothi's qiite clianictor
isllo of tho pirl. Tho drt'.s wim of jmro
whilo, Iitsii'l'iiDy Irinimod and cut low
at tho nnck. Jlur hat was of th (iuinv
borough stylo, tnnii'd back from tho
forehead, and ciiiliellislied with fmitliers
ami llowi?rs to add to it utliactivfiicf.s.
Her stockings were of fashionablft hue,
and her shoes new und of tho best make.
Around lier neck was n double row of
silver beads, and on her liii;-(i.s wen'
several rinx, one of them having a fjold
dollar )i'iid:inl, on which were engraved
Iter initials. As seen a few days befoni
her death in this eosturim Jennie looked
very attractive, but did not give one the
impression that she was posesied of an
over-abundance of modesty. It could
be seen at a glance that she was fond of
admiration and an acfiuuintunee could
easily be formed. The girl was of a
striking type of beauty. Her eyes were
black, large and lustrous, with droop
ing, dark eyelashes. Hot features were
regular, the mouth particularly pretty,
with bright red lips and just a trilling
inclination to pout, llur teeth wer
regular and white, and her skin of a re.
niarkable whiteness and purity. This
Kave credence to the report that shc was
an habitual arsenic vater, but tnosowho
knew her in early childhood say that
her skin was always white and clear.
Her form was well' rounded and her car
Total length of fencing in the Uuited
States is upward of fi0ou.0O0 milps, and
the cnt over .? -',01)0,000,01);). Cost of
fencing lim ing the last census year was
near! 7.V oo,0i m,
The Lick h'ni-e property, Sail Fran
cisco, is now valued at ? I,'J,Am)(J.
Any woman found on the street on
Confers, nfii'f'J o'clock at night
without, tin oicoil, will be arretted.
The Domestic Cabinet litis decided to
abolish postage on all newspapers mail
ed to regular subscribers in Canada.
A landlord expects 2 per cent, more
rent where the street is called an ave
nue. A bee flying into the open mouth of
h Colorado man Mima: him in the throat.
The swelling choked him to death.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, of I'.oston, is
said to have learned (ireck alter she
was 50 years old.
The United States Fish Commision
has shipjied over 4,)Ki,ooO voting shad
and herring for the rivers of .Virginia,
South Carolina and Texas.
The pri'"etion of domcstie wool has
increased PX) per cent, since the year
1' the total production in the year
1M having been i'.H'.OtJO.tjOO pounds.
Tim Syracuse Jlrrahl nsjerts that
frogs, toads, and rats are among the in
gredients which help to mako tho wa
ter in that city palatable.
The new (iermati test for petroleum
is equivalent to 115 degrees burning
test. Refined petroleum for tho Ger
mr.ri market has hitherto been tested at
110 degrees burning point.
The seaside sanitarium at Eldert'a
grove, Rockawny, L. I., has begun iu
work of caring for poor sick women and
children, of the metropolis, free of
Rev. John Jasper, the distinguished
upholder of tin theory that "de Min do
mow," thinks that hi- seientilic critics
would beticr remove the "mokes" from
their own eyes bcf.,r" trying to "blow
the beans out of Ins'n."
A Chesapeake lishcrniati, while fish
ing in the Norlh lvisi river with his gill
in t, c:tu:;!it 7M shad in one drift, and
but for linn ly ail amv the boat would
haw sunk by the great number of fish
A member of the Pacraniento (C'al.)
board of education has succeeded in ef
fecting the passage of a resolution, to
pay to the young lady graduado
wlio appears at the high school com
mencement excrci'cs in the least expen
It is said that the city of Huston has
received a proposiiioii lroni private par
ties guaiaulei ing I lie expenses of a
noiseless pavement on Devonshire st.,
it tho city government will rescind tho
order to p.io the stivet Willi gramito
An expert examination nf the New
ark (N. J.), H'ticiluct board of finances
shows thai in lorly year, though vast
sums were liiiinlied. nol 11 cent went
wrong, in fact the account show that
the board somehow lias more
than is called for.
It Is now fashionable for ladles to ha
8iuure-shiuihlercd. Of course very few
ladies are suarc-shouldered imw-a-days,
but the art of the divsMnuker here
shows up to good advantage. All u
dressmaker needs is something that can
walk; the rest may be artificial.
The private coachmen of New York
nre about to organize for mutual pro
tection, and to devise a way of securing
wages w hen due. It appears that the
most stylish people are generally back
ward iu settling lilt 1 0 bills. They think
Borvaiits can wait.
Hohart college, Oeneva, N. Y.,at the
beginning of this year, had ifMH.OOO In
vested, and its expenses were nioreUjaa
paid by lis 1 elpts last year, by JJWO.
An ell'ort will be made to erect an
nluiiiiil hull lo cost .i(),000, whoro the
library contitinicg in.ooo volumes etui
M mugo freiikfof vandalism were por
formed in HniThburg, hi., a, few nlghti
since by soino mischievous scampi.
They coiisi.stod of removing mid carry
lug away the plates from nil tho water
mid gits stops on thn pavements along
MWji'.d streets, chipping wooden door
steps with knives and pilmijloosa briokl
iu the gullcis.'
MOBNING, JULY 15. 1882.
A Swiss experimenter Is reported to
have manufactured artificial mother-of-pearl
which cannot be distinguished
from the genuine. It is not stated
what name he will pive to the new article-
mother-in-law of pearl, perhaps.
A bride, who was married at her fa
ther's farni-hou.-o in Hartford county,
Md., last week, wore wild flowers at
the throat and in the hair. Tho parlor
where the ceremony was performed was
decorated with wild flowers ouly ar
butus, violets, dog-tooth violets, and
At a Ilussian Jewish colony in Louisi
ana the other day were noticed a yoke
of oxen hitched to a plow, a Russian
lading each ox, one at each plow-handle,
and one with a whip driving, mak
ing five men to each team. They don't
M'eni to understand farming intuitively.
One hundred and-forty-night thous
and four hundred und eighty-one Ger
mans came over here during the nine
mouths preceding the 1st of April,
against loi'.O'.l.'t during the mime period
of the year previous. A large propor
tion of them have gone directly to tho
Christian F. Sehafer, an eccentric
German traveller, has just died in Aus
tralia. The largest portions of his jour
neys were performed on foot, and ho
boasted thr.t he had walked nearly 160.
000 miles. Traveling without money,
ho rciied for assistance upon charitable
persons he met on tho way. lie fre
quently maintained a merry tramp on
bread mid water, but Free-masons. Odd
Fellows and members of oilier friendly
societies lent him aid generally, and
railway and steamboat companies often
gave him a free pass to help him along.
A grain of entree, like a snow flake
or a grasshopper, counts for little iu the
world's affairs when considered sinHy,
Hut many snowllakes blockade the Rest
organized railways, and many grass
hoppers lay a whole country under trib
ute. So many collee-berries have a
power of their om u. The Facific mail
steamship Salvador, loaded with coffee,
sprang a leak in a Costa Kiea port last
week. The cotfee in the hold swelled,
forced up the deck, broke stanchions,
beams, braces and knees, and effectual
ly completed tho wreck of the ship.
The first use we hear that was made
of cotton was for oandlewicks in 3i)0.
Now it is stated that houses can fie built
of cotton and straw, which, under a
chemical treatment, arc converted into
paste, compressed into slats, and be
come hard and firm as stone. The ma
terial neither warps nor cracks, and is
both lire and damp proof. Kefuso cot
ton and thp sweepings of factories are
used. The inventor,' a Canadian, is m.
trodiieing ilin the dominion, hud it may
not bo m.'iny years ere a "cotton house
will be no novelty in New York.
The highest railroad bridge in tho
world is now being built across Kinzua
creek, McKeau county, Fa., four miles
from tho town of Alioona. on a railroad
which is to connect F.ttlValo, N. Y., and
Pittsburgh, Fa. The bridge is at an al
titude of 2, 1 '0 feet above the sea level,
md p:tns a chasm 2,oV)I feet from tho
abutment, ;uid is ;ioi feet from the bot
tom of the creek to the bottom of the
rail. It is -I.") feel higher than any oth
er bridge iu America, and is CO feet
higher than the suspension bridge at
Niagara Falls. Four million pounds of
iron will be consumed in its construc
tion, and 7,iXio yards of masonry will bo
required. It is to be completed next
A wung French peographor named
Gorloif recently toaile sn interesting re
port of hisexploivtionsiii theSahara. His
only companions were two Arabs. Ho
described the s'uing-rooni of tho Town
Council of Metiiil as a subterranean
gallery, ornamented with pillars, run
ning around 11 deep well, llv that con
trivance the Council was kept cool even
in hot days. The men of IhoTotiareg
tribe were not allowed to have more
ihitn one wife each, und she possessed
tlie greatest influence, not only in do
mestic but in political nlfairs. The
Totuireg women were far more highly
educated than the m mi. They read and
write well, I hoy po.,c--ed some musical
talent, :tol their poems were celebrated
in th" dc-tvl.
A Chinese rurrichlo.
A horrible storv is told in a recent
number of the l'ekin (!u:ilie. There
was a young ni.in of so bad a disposition
that his father compelled him to set up
a separate establishment. One day the
old man went to his sou's house intend
ing lo pawn one of the young man's
coats, in order to gamble. The son re
fused, objecting also to give him a pair
of stockings he had risked for. On this
the father threatened to complain lothe
authorities of the sou's uulilial conduct,
ami marched oil for that purpose; tho
son followed him, armed with a jar,
with which ho hit his parent over the
head. The old man retaliated with a
bill-hook, but was somi overpowered
and killed. The son then stripped the
corpse, ami rolling the blood-slalned
clolhes up into a bundle, took them
home and hid them under Hie Hour
of his room. The corpse being found,
it was supposed thai the old man had
been murdered, and Ihe all'nir passed
oil'; but one day the murderer got drunk
ami told his wife the whole story. Tho
woman, fearing that discovery might
lead to her being implicated, accused
her husband to I he authorities, and ho
is now sentenced to undergo tho "slow
and ignominious" process of being grad
ually cut to pieces,
A Troy, N. Y., yoinc; man, after din
ing nt a rcsiaiii'iiut, lighletl his cigar,
und iu so thiing set lire to the cord at
tached to his eye-glasses. The Ibinio
darted up, and In 11 moment the frame
of the glasses was all ablaze. lie dashed
them to the Hunt' quickly and saved his
fycslght from Injury. The secret of the
ruyslory Is that tho 'franiu of Ihe glasses
was made of celluloid, a preparation of
gun-cotton, and very inlltiiiimablo,
A statistician computes that ono hun
dred and fifty tout of human hair annu
ally change ownora In Franco.
Liver, Kidney and Bl ight's Disease.
A medicine that destroys the germ or
cause of Hright's disease, diabetes, kidney
and liver complaints, and has power to root
them out of the system, is above all price
Such a medicine is Hop Hitters, and post
tive proof of this can be found by one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, who have
been cured ly it.
I ETTEU LIST.
LIST OK LKTTKKS KKMAININO I'NCAM.I'.l)
KOU IN TIIK rOSTOKKICK AT CAIItO, ILL.,
SATUUDA V, JULY 15, 1882.
LA DIlCs' LIST.
Boyde, Caroline Hurtou Sallic A
linker, Vinie hell, Huldy
Bound, Ssnih ChiiicI, Muttie
Graham, Mclin Hamilton, Mat
Hsrdison, Lou Houston, Marietta
Kuhn, Mary Robinson, Hoey
Ratlin, Millie Rosa, Lucretia
Stevenson, Cathrine Smith, Mollie
Scott, Jlsgie Thomas, Sarah
Walter, Clara Watkens, L
Bell, Tommy Burnett, Sum
Basil, HA Bntdy, F A
Berkley, E Crossley, John
Crabtree, Johu Donahue, J Capt
Daiscnberger, Otto Dosn, Stephen
Edwards, Walter Everett, Win
Fenchse, R Uilligan, T W
Garner. Green P Hicks, J Dd
Hoard, Henry Hunt, Froney
Jackson, Thos Jones, G W
Kintr, Felix Lovt joy, A J
Miller, Frank Morrison, A C
Mennger, Ed O'Brien, Will
Owen. LD Olen, JssT
Otic, Harry Owen, Austin
O'Neill, Andrew Funey, Wm
Pool, Miles Perkins, Jerry
Robertson, Joseph Toles, F N
Walker, Jim Webb, John 2
Zunger, L E Zouone, Louis
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. postmaster.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick heaiache, fever
and ngue, and miliaria, are cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
rjUIK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LRVEU
A General Banking business
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY.
JNTKlil'RISE SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
'01 ICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ofllce of Ctty Clerk. Cairo, Ills., July 3rd, ISHi.
Sealed liroftiisitls will h ... .iv.t.t , il.u m....
, , ' I . ni. linn .III1L.V,
directed to the Cl'.y Clerk of tue city of Cairo, un
til Tuesday evunluir luly Huh ucxt, for keeping nil
public drive wells in the city in (rood working or
ilur fur the roiiialulmt portion of the llcal veur
f April h, ISS.'i). Also for the laying of sewer
tilue on Commerciitl avenini Iw.iw...... ti.i.i u..i
Kilth streets, and between Nluetli aud Tenth
sireeis, ami on 1 wontyseconrt street, between
Walnut and I'lne streets. Work to bo done "litis
factory to ho cummitteo on streets. A good and
Stllllci 'lit bnn.l fur twteA tlin .Tiw, tint nf Kill ........
- ,r - ---- - 1.1 ui,, uiiifli
accompany all iiroposll.ons. Tho rltfut to reject
uny biiu ai imm r-scrveu iv tno en v.
u. ,1 riiuB 1 , city Clerk.
ChiCagO ! !
Tuesday Julv 18, 1882
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
will mi ft special excursion train leavlnn; Cairo
l lt:;io a. in. arriving in Chicago aln:o n. in . same
lav. Kiiru t" Chicago and return only 47,50. The
MOM MICK TIMlTI'lll MITUTIVIl ..llf.H
Chicago Driving Park.
Will bo held July IS to 21 lucluslro.
tfW.OOO IN PUHSES
Tl,-kitts are a od to return on any throuith
train leaving Chlc.go np to and Including the ev
menu train of Monday. July 81. attention being
culled toths fact that I he evening train from Chi
c.Ngo stops only ttosrtata point" south of K lung
ton nd that no other "ton" will u made, fur par
ties holdluy Itcurslon Ticket
J. V. Tt'CKRIt,Trafflo Manager.
J. F. MKRKY.Kiourslou Agant.
A. 11- UAJSSON, Uu. 1'iM. Agant.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Aways uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
ak.nl,tiinll. Y...I fl.n., nr. IMr.' Cr B.kl.g
r.wlr, ud Ur. Trie.1, t.lqu. Irfime.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD8.
t3 s e-
NEW YORK iSTORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
a O. PAT1EU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 PoJ, Til
Commercial Avonnef 1(1110. lilt
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
Q ALL. DAY BUOTIIERS
FLOUR. GRAIN AND flAY
Egyptiau Flouring Mills
Hisrhest Caj-b Price Fnid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
F. HltOSS, Tresident. . M. N RVF, Vice Prca'nt
II. WKLoS, Cishler. i T J. Kerth, Ass't cash
V. Itross Ca'ro I William Kiitte. .Cairo
reierNell' William Wolf,... "
C, M Oslerloh " I C. O. 1'iitler "
K. A. Under " I H.Wells
3. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
AOBN-KUAMIANKINU lIUSINHsti DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid In
tho Savings Department. Collodions made aud
11 business promptly attunded to.
13 Stoves D
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