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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, hm.
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OFtOlAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTT
Y ir ithorixnil lo antmuiKa Ihtt K. A n.
WILHANKS, of JnftVirnciii eniiaty, U a candidate
for Clem oftH App illm Court in the Fourth
Hivinl in of lllluoK anhji'ct to (ho uvcimon of a
caavuntlurj of tha Di'Diocratic pun;
We ' anthorljiurt to antitiu rf-o th tiaruit of
WALTKK WAKOKK a a caniliiU-e for trie utHco
of Conuiy Jinto of Alexati'lur Uounty.
Wb ar ilhorlamt to announrn .Imtice .luIIN
H. KOBINSOX an liiili'l'tfurti'nt canlirtt' for
Counly Jailirc at the coming Novm'iiT i-li-ciUm.
We are authorized to annoutita Mr. MILES W.
PAItKKK at an Independent candidala fr treas
urer of Alexander ceuiity at thu Cuming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tola column, clht cents per lino for
tret aud five etinta pur luio each auiwqueni luaer
lion. For one week. 30 ceuta per lino. For ouo
hionth, HOconte pur lluo.
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8th find Levee, my
icehouse and office is ut present st tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled same, as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
A. T. DeBaun, 50 Ohio levee, will open
his oyster saloon Thursday, Aug. Urd,
where you can always find the best brands
the market affords. 2t
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires li is friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the fire. .Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, tine liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
The Fifth Auntial Sleeting1
of the Wio ws and Ohi-hasi Mutual Aid
Society, will be held at its ulliee on Tues-.
day the 1st day of August at 2 o'clock i
ni. A general attendance of the inembe r ia
earneHtly desired. Everybody is invited to
attend Thomas Lewis Sec
Three rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
Enquire ot Jno. Keesc, 20th street. Ot
Harry Schuh's residence, 4th St., bet.
Wash. ave. and Walnut. 5t
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan ; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Kails. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. H. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
Lave also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth sttect,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
In eat ii solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Geo. W. Si'k.nce.
J. S. Han kins is prepared t pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
poeta! promptly attended t , No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Koceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, ihuiu Pic
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Spruit' Retail lee Box.
CoUbumeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditl's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My oiHtomer will remember that
their tickets will be pum-hed at this stand
just the Hame as by drivers of waona. tf.
Use Tuk Caiho Buu.khn petfoiated
scratch -book, made of calendered iuto
imtnills, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three aiy.es, ut thu ulliee. No. 2 and
It. five and ten cents ouch bv the sunIn one.
by the. dozen. Special diwuitit on gro
khb to me ua'ie.
WANt KD-Agenta to know that " Thayer's
""'" "oummioui Ujintjinition" in tl,e !,(
ami lament selling article of tl)() ,j,t..
Alexander and a few adjoininu counties are
Still unoccupied. For particulars addict
. , , l't Pj.KAUxAt BaIUIKTT,
Lock !iox 'JO. rt Springtield, III.
' A t'ouirii. Com or Sore Tin-out
Should be Stopped. iNeglect. Irequcntl to
suits in au Incurable Lung dmi-am or oti-
umptiou. urown s lironehiul Tioches do
not disorder the ntotimrli lilt
and balsams, but act directly on thu infliun
d parts, allaying Irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Couiha, Catarrh, and
tho Thrut Troubles which HingetK and
j'uunc teBKers are sutitet t. to. por thirty
years Brown'a Bronchiai Tribes have Urn
recommended by phyaii ian. ntid always
irive perfect sat infliction. Havinc been
touted by wide and constant ue for nearly
an entire gpneratioi), they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
reined it or the age. Hold at i' cents
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notleaa In then eninmiu, ton cents per Una,
each Insertion. Marked
Col. J. W. Parainoro, of St. Louis was
a guest at The Ualliday yesterday.
The county board finished examining
assessor's books Saturday and adjourned to
meet again next Saturday.
This being the first Tuesday of this
month tho city council should meet to
night. Mr. Nicholas Williams will open a
bank in his new building, on Twentieth
A case of 50,000 XX O),', high cut
white envelopes were received yesterday at
The Uru.ETiN office and will be sold at
close figures to our customers.
John Broderick is still sojourning at
Eureka Springs, aud steadily improving
in health from the pure mountain air and
a free use of medicinal water.
Mrs. L. B. Church and daughter,
Annie, returned Saturday evening from a
pleasant visit to fiiends in Chicago and
other cities of the north.
The remains ot Mrs. LeHoy were con
veyed to Villa Ridge and interred Sunday
afternoon, quite a number of people ac
couipatiing on the special train.
Persons having cisterns to repair
should hare thu work done now. Mr. J.
S. Hawkins, whoso card appears elsewhere,
is the best hand at the business in the city.
-Lovers of fine fresh oysters iu any
form will be pleased to learn that Mr. A.
T. DeBaun will open his oyster saloon in
a day or two. See -pecial locals.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tl
--Three car loads of citi.ents went to St.
Louis.by way of the St. Louis & Cairo R. R.
yesterday morning, to be gone several days.
Mr. LV F. King, the enterprising uptown
businessman, had charge of the excursion.
II Attire and the street sprinkler has
rendered the present summer the pleasant
est for driving aud walking ever expe
rienced in C'iro. The ratio of dust com
pared with last year at this time is as one
to one thousand.
The city has done a little toward till
ing tho unsightly puddle opposite t'ie
brewery. It should now do a little more
and finish the job as each rain leaves bc
eral inches of standing water to be churned
into a mud hole.
A new butcher simp has beeu opened
by Mr. Charles Gilhofer in the stand former
ly occupied by Mr. Kynaston, on Commer
cial avenue, between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth streets. A full supply of all sea
sonable varieties of meats will be always
kept. Mr. John Higey will have charge
of the shop. tf
Fok sale OH it EM-: A cottage, nearly
new, containing five rooms and summer
kitchen, with large, brick basement. Also
a fifty foot stable, iu good condition; and
two lots, high ground and neatly fenced,
at corner of Seventeenth and Locust streets,
upon which the buildings stand. Apply at
once to E. W. Thielecke, Bulletin, of
To-day being the first of the month,
collectors will be on tin "war path," and a
general settling up of accounts is expected
and should be made. If you pay Tom,
Tom can pay Dick, Dick can then pay
Harry and times will b ma le easy for
everybody. Strain a point and rake in
The .Mayflower fishing club composed
of about twenty sporting citizens went down
to Lnkeville, a few miles above Columbus,
Ky , Sunday, and had a splendid time.
They found fishing good aud the fish ditto.
They have opened the sport Knd will fol
io it up with other excursions to other
to other plates soon. The Grafton club
should show some sit'tis of life before
Tenth street, west of Washington, has
loit iU marble shop and residents are re
joicing thereat. It is not pleasant nightly
aud daily to contemplate a variety ot tomb
stones aud other graveyard reminders.
No difference how artistic may be the
work. ('apt. Biughuun, who purchased
the property, bus changed its appearance
wonderfully, and contemplates still futllier
and greater impiovemetiU as time permits.
The small boys havo a uyw gunu. A
coupleof toy sulkies have been built aud
placed on a race track at SKh and Wash
ington; an active le:y is put between the
shafts of each; a light boy mounts thu
boxes and away they go "at the drop of
tho hat". Not so much money changes
hands but the excitement is just as intense
as any trolt iug race ever seen in the park,
and calls out as ht ''n a crowd as a baloon
aseeusiou. As a three footer expressed,
'Thcy.have a howling good time."
-To-morrow Mr. ami Mrs. Felix Malin
ski will have traveled tho road of life to
gether for twenty-five years, for to-morrow
is the 25th annlvenaiy of their wedding
day. Their union has been blessed with
nine healthy and happy boys and girls, all
ol whom, excepling the eldest, are blessed
with good health, and each ono is in
dividually an honor to his or her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Malinski will not celcbrato a
silver wedding, but that doet uot prevent
their hosts of friends congratulating them
and wishing them a long, pleasant aud
The report that a dog in tho shop of
Messrs. Iliuklo & Son severely bit a man
Stidny is not true. Tho man was not bitten
at all. He only received a slight scratch
ou the leg from tho dog's claw.
In giving the list of candidates for
the appellate clerkship Sunday we failed
to mention the names of Messrs. Robert
Ross, circuit clerk, at Vandalia; Richard
Burns, county clerk of Clay county, and
Henry Hall, of Madison county. Tho two
first named and Hon. R. A. I). Wilbanks
are the three most prominent and general
ly most popular candidates for the office in
Friday evening a white man named
Foster, at Thebes, in this county, accident
ally shot himself in the leg,' the ball enter
ing rear the middle of the thigh and
lodging in the knee. Dr. Gibbswas called
to attend, but at last accounts had been
unable to extract the ball. Foster had
been around Thebes for a few days, aud just
before the accident occurred, had been in a
quarrel. He held his pistol in his pants
pocket, preparatory to using it in case op.
portunity offered, and it was discharged
with the effect stated.
Persons interested in the working of a
beautiful piece of mechanism, are invited
to call at The Bulletin Job rooms and seo
our little Baxter engine run. It is really
worth seeing. It takes up no more room
than a base burner stove, and will runs all
day on less wood than it takes to run an
ordinary cooking stove, while in power it
is a little giant. We had been doing our
work with a ten hrso power engiuo using
eight to twelve tons of coal a month, and
the Baxter does the same work with fifty
pounds of steam, (its tull working power is
at 120 pounds), and an armful of wood a
day, making a9 little noise about it as a light
ruuniug Domestic sewing machine.
Mr. W. G. DaviB, manager ot the Cairo
Oil company, who has been traveling very
extensively through the cetton fields of
the south during the last week or two,
returned Sunday. He found the cotton
crop generally in good condition, and the
people very hopeful of a prosperous future.
Ho brought with him a cotton tree bearing
one hundred and fifty three boles of cotton
in various stages of developement. The
tree stood about six feet high aud its spread
was fully half again as much. It was a fair
sample, which proves that the cotton
growers will have a bonanza this year. It
is a curiosity here and ornaments The
Bulletin editorial room.
By the failure of E. A. 'Willard at
Jonesboio one hundred and fifty depositors
lost all they ha 1 in the bank. The smallest
deposit was three dollars, by Eva Schore;
the largest individual deposit was
392. lo, by Thos. Hileman; the next largest
was $G,30.73, by Joseph Rendleman; the
next, f 5,220.05, by Mrs. N. Mowery. The
total amount of deposits, including $14,
500.29 by Sheriff Heury Rendleman for the
county, was $10,141.61. The Jonesboro
Gazette published a full list of the) de
positors and says there are but few business
men among them. Up to last Sunday no
news as to the whereabou'.s of Willard had
The members of the State Democratic
Central committee, residing in this judicial
district, i. e. Hon. D.B. Gill ham, chairman
of the committee, and Hons. F. M. Young
blood, S. L. Dwight.T. F. Bouton and M.
M. Pool, will meet at East St. Louis on
Thursday, this week, August 4th, for the
purpose of fixing the time and place of
holding the Democratic judicial conven
tion to nominate a candidate for appellate
clerk. It is believed that the 19th day of
August will be the day agreed upon, at
any rate it is likely that an early day will
be fixed. The candidates have already
been very busy attending conventions and
buttonholing the delegates that have so far
been selected. All are good men fur the
place, each has his hangers-on, of course,
who believe him to be the best of tho lot
And where all are good no mistake can be
made. The convention will not fail to
select a man who will have the confidence
and good will of the entire party, and who
w ill teflect credit upon the party.
The sipe water committee will proba
bly m-iko a report to tho city council at
its next regular meeting. It has been very
active within the past few days ami has
learned enough to permit the formation of
an intelligent opinion with reference at
least to tho principal inlets of the sipo wa
ter proper. It h is found tint while sipo
water may percolate through even the bot
toms iu sotii'i few places, that thi high
ridges are without doubt tho principal in
lets, serving as si many constantly op n
natural sewers, through which tho water
comes into tho city when tho rivers are
high and runs out when tho riven aro low
This was conclusively proven by the many
little streaim of water which wore spring
ing from the sand strata outside of the levee
and coursing down toward tho river. It is
believed that tho committee will roc
omend puddling in several places,
to tho extent in all or about one
hundred and fifty feet, as an experi
ment. To do this will cost very little and
may do much good. If it does nothing
more it will bo an uMumpt to do something,
which will and should iufmu ntJW ronfl.
deuce into the people, anil which will,
whatever itt results may be, increase the
stock of natural knowlcge now extant con
earning tho accumulated water problem -
Marion Monitors "Walter Warder Is
a candidate for County Judge in Alexander
county, with a fair chance of election. We
know enough of Mr. Warder to safely say,
Alexander county will have a first, class
Judge if Walter i choBen. Ho is a
scholarly gentleman with legal ability suf
ficient to put him in hig'i estimation ot
those who might havo occasion to do busi
ness iu tho court over which ho may preside."
Early Sunday morning the remains of
young Henry Do LaMot, who committed
suicide tho night before, were taken to the
Seyen-Milo graveyard and interred. La
Mot was about twenty.one years old. An
examination of the phial out of which he
hail taken the poison revealed the fact that
he had taken thirty grains of strychnine
instead of fifteen or sixteen as tie had said
Ho took it as a solution and hail taken
large doses of morphine before. It seems
hardly possible, therefore, that any med
ical aid which could have been given
would have saved his life, lie was prompt
ly given very large doses ot emetics by
Messrs. Barclay, which had not the slightest
effect. The cause of bis rash act is not yet
positively known, ami some who knew him
best believe that he had uo cause, but that
ho whs mentally deranged. Yet it was
learned yesterday that ho admitted to soine
one that the cause of his departure from
Germany was a love affair of some kind
which was distasteful to his parents who
compelled him to leave. Ho wore a double
ring on one of his fingers, ou tho insido of
which tho name of the young girl was
To-day Jenkins it Ellis and Wiley &
Catolious, negroes who are keepers of
gambling dens up town, will bo tried for
this offense. Warrants were issued and
served yesterday. The first named firm
was tried, convicted and fined for the same
off nse once before. They were fined ten
dollars and costs theu, the lowest fine im
posed by the ordinances. They will have
shown, if they are proven guilty again, that
a ten dollar fine has no terror for them,
therefore a heavier fine should, and doubt
less, will be assessed this time. A warrant
has also been issued against a negro named
Webb McKinney, a gambler by profession,
for striking a young Italian named Jim
Kritchlow, also a gambler, a Bcvere blow
in tho face with a cigar box
used for depicting tho money
paid for tho games played. The
oflicers are confident that they have
good cases against all these fellows.
These negroes have become bold in their
infractions of ono of those most important
laws in the city; places of business, if they
deserve so dignified a name, are com
monly accepted to be gambling hells. If
they aro proven such to-day their keeper
should be fined in amounts that will at
least make them take in their horns a lit
The Argus thinks The Bulletin
"cheeky" because it suggested to tin St.
Louis and Cairo railroad company that
Cairo would be a suitable place for the
company's machine shops, and suggests that
the city withdraw its injunction against
the raiiroad before it is reasonable to ex
pect the road to even consider Cairo's
claims as a point for tho shops. The Ar-
gui looks at this matter from a decidedly
narrow-guage standpoint. It seems that
the city has wronged, and is under obliga
tions to, the railroad company andean there
fore not expect any favor from said com
pany. Thu Argus certainly expects that
its words shall bo understood in a purely
Pickwickian sense, for in no other way-
can they bo taken without reflecting seri
ously on the good sense of that paper. If
there has been any exhibition of "cheek"
it has come from tho railroad company,
and consists in a demand upon tho city for
perpetual protection against tho river, free
of charge, after having twindlod
tho city as nov-ijr a city was
swindled before. Tho city'B injunction
against tho company is but an attempt to
protect itself against a monstrous piece of
"cheek" burled at it by said company.
The Bulletin did not abuse the coaipany;
it told tho truth, and defended and justified
the city in its endeavors to protect itself.
But tho war is over now. Tho company
can atone for its past ill treatment of
the city by paying a fair price
for perpetual protection ngainst the river
and by bringing its machine shops to Cairo.
If it will do these things, although the city
would not thereby be indeminfiod for all
that it has lost by tho company's failure
to keep its contracts aiid by its "reorganiza
tion" scheme, it Is probable that all would
bo forgotten, and the city council anil
President Whltohouso mid Superintendent
Hamilton would "kiss and mako up." But,
seriously now, if, as tho Argus Itsolf admits,
purely selfish motives would dictate to t'ie
company tint Cairo is tho best point for
tho shops, can The Bulletin bo accused
of being "cheeky" when it advises thu com
pany to bo governed by those motives?
Can it now, Mother ArgilM?
The present attitude of Tub Bulletin
toward the Young Men's Democratic club,
of this city, is the matter of considerable
comment among the latter. Homo look
upon it as a muddle, others as flatly 0p.
posed to them, others still think it 'air and
'tlf, while a few flatter themselves that it
favors tho movement. The young men
have certainly sought to do what was
in the Interest of the party generally, and
of the younger portion of it particularly.
They aio not an insignificant body of
voters and their demands are very modest
and j ist. The Bulletin has urged them
on h i nl discouraged th"in by turns; on this
question it has hu ig like u pair of saddle
bags on a h, us--, h ill' ou either side, Al
though it really in itters but little which
way Tine Bulletin hangs, "for the sake oi
harmony" you might explain.
Thero is no ground for any doubt as to
The Bulletin's position upon this sub
ject. Both before and since they organ
ized The Bulletin has urged tho young
men on in their efforts to mako themselves
felt fn the councils of the party. Tho or
ganization has already, in its short life, in
fused new I ifo into the party ; it will cou
tinue to do so if it lives, and it should and
probably will live. But error is an inevi
table accompanient of inexperience. The
young Democracy of Cairo has had no ex
perience in conventions and campaigns, it
is therefore liable to mako mistakes, and
it has made mistakes though not serious
ones. If to urge and to advise, and to give
them due praise when they did well and to
chide then when they diilwrong is to "saddle-bag"
then The Bulletin ha saddle,
bagged and will continue to "saddle-bag."
A dispatch received here front Memphis
by Mr. Win. Lonergau Friday forenoon,
told him that his son William E.Lonergan,
who was in the employ of Messrs. Smith &
neuiuno as rasnier in a storo on a new
railroad being built from Kansas City to
Memphis, was very sick. Mr. Lonergsn
started at once for Memphis an I thence
for tho station on the road where tho store
is located, .and returned Sunday, to the
surprise of all, with tho remaius of his son
who had died before his father got to his
bedside. A special train Sunday afternoon
conveyed all that was left of young Will.
Lonorgan to Villa Ridge for interment.
The cause of death was malarial fever
which prevailed extensively in the country
where young Lonergan was, aud generally
results fatally to persons not accustomed
to the country. Will, had been in tho em
ploy of Messrs. Smith and liethune for
some time and had been compelled to come
home several times in order to recuperate.
This last time ho had been there but a
few weeks. He went to Memphis which it
about twenty five miles from where the
station is Ideated, on Wednesday, and came
back Tuesday, last week. Ho whs taken
down with the fever immediately after his
return, but word could not bo sent here
until last Friday. He died Friday night
about 12 o'clock and was itnmdiatelytake
Memphis, the wagon containing the re
mains passing unseen by Mr. Imergan
who was on his way on horseback to the
camp, beliiveiug that his son was still
alive but very nek. At a store on the way
wLere Mr. L inergau stopped for a gUss
of water, he was told, Upon inquiry, that his
sou's rem iins had p iated there but a short
time before, enroute for Memphis where
they would await him. Ho return
ed Vi Memphis aud accompanied the re
Will. Loiiergan was twenty two years
old. Ho had been raised in this city and
had many friend. His death is regreted
by all, and the atll.cte i parents have the
deep sympathy of the cutire community.
The Cemkai.iv Demim uat calls the
Republican convention recently held
here a "cireui which may bo properly
name 1 the Dammn, Yotiug, Smith, Foun
tain, altitudilum combination, J. Robert
Thomas, proprietor and manager, Rev.
Bill Wheatley, funny man, and Joseph
Roberts, ring director, under a black Re
publican cauvas, three performances
daily," The Democrat does not "give the
devil his due. It has named all the prom
inent characters of the convention correctly,
but one, the tunny man. Wheatly was not
the funny man. Inscore, the very long,
lank, dreamy eyed, shaggy-bearded, deep
voiced, cxageratelingly, yet under the
circumstances, refreshingly, deliberate In
seoro was tho funny man of the convention.
Win n tho turmoil was greatest, when del
egates raved, tho chair stood helpless, and
silent, the galleries hissed, when wild con
fusion reigned supremo, Inscoro would
proceed as it were to slowly unfold him
self. Slowly but suruly and steadily his
head would tuovu upward until ho Stood
erect. His cold half closed eyes would
wander over the howling surging mass of
humanity and not a muscle id' his face
would move except, perhaps, that
a sickly, ncver-go-back-on-thi-3
good old-Republican-party smile would
hover , round his mouth. His right hand,
with index linger slightly raised, would
slowly gravitate toward the chair until tho
arm stood at irregular angle of anywhere
between twenty and thirty two degrees,
and tho effect of it nil was a very noticea
ble bush beginning in thu audienco. All
eyes would gradually concentrate on
Inscore. His first word always acted like
a charm and his stentorian, "M m in
later chairman" never failed to produce a
culm in the convention and a general smile
in the audience. Tho smilo would lingor
and light up the dark faces of the delegates
as he would continue, "1 want to gay
this if I may be permit tod to do
so. -I don't Bee why this conven
veutlon tliotild -set hero a n d wait
upon tho -committee on rrndentials.
I Know a n d -every delegate hore
knows, that this convention knows
Just exactly how it it agoing to
voto ou now as it will know when
that committee has rennrtml JL
don't mako any difference what
thoHo nine men may report, wc all
have our minds made up, and wo
can just as well vote - upon tho
report or that committee now as
we can aiterwaras. l move -that wo
lay the-renort that is to..bnrr
tho committee on credential -on tho
table. We -have been in- session
al 1 day and night and --have waited
- four or five hours--for nine-men
to tell - us something that wo
don't caro anything -about -and -we
haven't done anything. I move -
that wo now proceed - to do some
thing." Inecoro was the humorist of the
convention, ins sallies were rrequent, always
happy always effectual. He shall not bo
peprived of the honor if The Bulletin can
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, BronchitiB, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection id the Throat and Lungs, aro re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Cotmiuiptiori, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Cull early. (3)
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's Huir Balsam. It restores
the youthful color to gray huir, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the ecalp.
OLMSTE AD & WINTER,
Auctioneers tnd Commission Merchant!
No. 2,i Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
v-AKIBTY HTORK "
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER CO..
or. Nineteenth atrt I ''.i ... Ill
J Commarclal ATiia I all U, 111
THE CITY .NATIONAL RANK.
Of Ciitro. IllinolM.
Tl OHIO LKVKK
A General Banking business
THOS. AV. 1IAI.I,I1JAY.
JNTEKI'KISK BAVIJiti HANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLl'SIVKLY A SAVINGS BANK.
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13 Stoves D
No 27 J) Mil St.
S Tinwa ro. S
Commercial Avenue and Eiffhtli Street,
V. 1IH08H, Prudent. I . NBKK, Vir.u Pres'nt
II. WKLLH, Caililnr. I T. J. lvertli, Ain't cusli
. I) irwv !:
V. Pro - t''ro I H'1'!! K'HKO. .Cslro
l'elerNi'lT " I William wolf..., '
(l.M OMirloU ' C-ai'atler "
K. A. fitidor " Uf . Wla
J. T. C'lemou, Caluitoiila.
A OBSBItAL BANKtNO BCHIKBHS DOSE.
Siohani oM and bought. Intaroit palil U
th totnuB Dopartmant t!nlluioiit made aud
nU baalnaas prompt)) attended to.