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(IKI'ICK: NO. 711 OHIO I.KVr.K.
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SPECIAL LOIUL ITEMS.
N.M'.C '! lS- 'o..ltUU
Dl ciiiln per lino for
Mint rr ' hj!t:i;ieiitii'f-
wk. JCiii veiiiuo. Vi one
n oMh, uucuu'j : one.
r.:M Street Rv. Co. will receive bids,
during thin week, on 500 yards dirt to w
delivered on Poplar, north of 81st bt. For
particulars call at ofheo on 28th st.
C. V. Neff, Supt.
Planters House IbrSiile.
This fine hotel is now offered for sale
Terms cash. Address communications
Ct Caiko Bulletin, Cairo, 111.
at DeBailus 50 Ohio Levee.
ICE! ICE II
Out of ihu fire, cor. of 8lh and Levee, my
ice house aud office ia at present untie
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'ie
tween 8th and Jth streets."' Orders will lie
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply reyulaily every day.
,1 At i Hi Lv i . i: tc .
at DoBauus 50 Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel ami Kesttuituit
Leo lCleb desires liis friends and the pu!
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the fire. Meals at
reasonable rates aio I'urui-hed at all hours.
(1 hi I rooms and beds for the. tired, good
tare b.r the liuugry, line liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. Givohim a call, tf
in market at DeBauns Mi Ohio levee
Three room, furnished r unfurnished
Emiuire ut J no. Reese, 2t)th street.
Harrv Schuh's residence, l;h st., bet.
Wash. ave. and Walnut.
Smniner Excursion Ticket.
The Illinois Ceutral railroad has now ou
Bale excurskm tickets to all the pnncipa
Buuuiier resorts in Wisconsiu, Iowa, Mm
ne.m.ta and Michi'-an; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Torouto and Niagara Kalis. Kites low.
Call or address .. II. Jones, Ticket A ;'ent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, (Jeneral P.isM'iiy.'r A'ent.
o to DeUauus .VI Ohio levee.
J. S. HavNkina in prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended t . .No. J Win
ter's row. tf
Kcceipt books, Cairo dato line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-id for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at lMlauns Vi Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
Coiihuincis of ke aio noiitied that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box ou Eighth street in Cundilf s store where
ice in anv iiuaiitity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember thai
x .e.r ickois wu m luucueo w.is am.
1 lut the H;.iili. uii liu ilriv.it-u iA U'lkimna II
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I UII N Pl'ltOA'l'
IsoIuuCmuo Bvi.l.KTiN neil'otated
oau:u hook, maoe ol calendered pile
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ii.Hiiilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
nale, in tlireu sizes, at the ollice. No. J and
11. tivo and ten cents oac.h by tho sini'ln one.
by the doze.u. Hpociul discount ou gns
jots to tin) trade.
I'licklen's Arnica Salve
The Iteut Salve in the worht for tints,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Rheum, Fever
Horos. Tetter, ('banned llroidu. ('lolliluiim
(Jorus, and all Skin Kniptions, and positively
cures i nes, u is guaianieoii to give per
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I iici naumnt mm, 01 money reimioeil. I rice
y5 ceulsjor box. For sale by Gi.o. E
Personal! To MeuOuly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will mcuiI Dr. Dye's Celebialed Electro.
Voltaic Bdts and Electric Atmliraiice. on
trial for thirty days to men (young ur old)
who are afflicted wuh Nervous Debility,
U Vitality, arm iuaun oo .u.
lestoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dre'.lK)ve, N. B No risk Is ine.ur
jcduaa tjiity day trial i alloweU.
HRNRItAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In hfl eo,nmDi, tea CM yr Hi',
Kb lunrllon. Maraad '
-IV!. S. S. Taylor able to be up and
aliut the Vi.-viso hf;Hin sm.'C yesterday.
- Mrs. Pied M. Sla.k. ft Anna, is visit
u,g lrieiids in this ity.
There is an uneontirined report liom
Vurope tt.ht Cairo in 1a' !" buriiiii).'.
The yellow tivei Hi 'Mitao'rai.
Jti liiiiric. but Hil I. in the neighbor
h.i.i.l avt loiaraiitined atrhinst
W. weo Lesi'li, while m Car)omUe,
p.irc'.liasc.'l H I ii'ih a h w il l - from that
p.u;-e in. illiHiii1 ii c ui;tv
- F..1 a week oi in e P"Ht tbe u 'i,c,n'
l.ut b( 'ecn tl.U c ty ui.d Oxt l:
ajkls !!'( ri ir. C'.d wxk.::Z -" ''
-11. 11. Car. .lef v.
umai-r c Hi
tjOw rioting h:s
is nt in New
-Seivltvs will be hel l at the BnptUt
church this m 'ruin,' and niht at the
usual hours. SibHiith scho d at IJ'.j a. m.
-llcnco Downing was tine.l five dollars
and costs by MaisUato C Minnas yesterday
for a-wiultiiifj Mr. Chumbley. He pleaded
guilty to the charge.
Coup's bill posters were at work in the
citv yesterday and placarded all tho yreat
bill -boards with showey p ibtcrs represenun
the piincipal features of tho show.
Mrs. Daueinhe'iin, and two children also
Miss Annie Freshler, aio in the city visiting
n,n tulie of Mr. John Ilees. Their home
is iu St. Louis.
"Mr. Harry Mendel takes the placo of
director of amusement of the Theatre Com
inne. The former director, Billy Gray, noes
home to Baltimore on a six weeks' visit.
The street railway company lias
uotice in sitecial locals of interest to team
sters. It wants bids for deliverini? five
fin till 1 UmcU of dirt to its track between
Twenty dlrsl and Twenty-eighth streets.
-TlouMitrance to Tun Bullktin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street
The front entrance to job ollice is closed
il'ii.r ui.veii n in. Visitors will alwavs find
vi - i
tho Railroad street entrance open. tl
Stuart's Popular and Keliablu Dry
Goods House will show ou Monday morn
in" anew lot of Satin prints. The Goods
are eipial in style and color to foreiur"
Arabi Pulu hn isU) 1 a pioclama
ti.iiL accusin;; tho English of cowardice
and darin them to attack him. This
proclamation will probably make funny
readme; a month from now.
The Illinois Central railroad company
is b: ill engaged in havint: rock put on Ohio
1 1. L-io. lietweeu the tracks, opposite the
company's paseDer -tepot, where mucl
driving is L'oin on and the street is al
most constantly bad
Foil sALE-an 8 or 10 horse power up
riyht eDg'me, in x- Condition, and li
f.sjt horizontal li Hue boileis, with all the
valves, pipes, new heater, drjvo well, water
tank, etc, new smokestack all complete,
price f ro. Apply at Tiik Bulletin, tf.
A call issued from this city requests al
the young Republicans of this congression
al district to meet at C irhotidale on the 10th
instaut, for V purpose of "ru'aniziu for
the campaign. The youiij; R 'publicans
are following the tx imple of their youni;
The patrons of Professor Floyd will re
gret to learn that ha contemplates accept
ing a situation in Alabam i, and if so will
remove from our city. Tho professor has,
while in Cairo, conquered adverse circum
stances, and built up a private school that
pays him not only a ood salary but also a
hih coiipliinent to his executive ability as
- A little white boy came near Inini;
severely injured by a rapidly ruunin' team
near the corner of Twelfth and Walnut
stnets yesterday afternoon. He attempted
to cross the street before the approaching
team, but full and one of tho wheels passed
over one ol his legs. Tho earth was soft,
and the boy's limb was pressed down in
the mud without injurinj,' it much.
Th" young temperance people met at
Reform hall on Eighth street Friday night
, , th(J tl,m-lM.
I. 1 II -ll I...1 Tl... i.v.r
I noil, 'i'l aa wju mo' '
cises cous'uted of a vocal duet by Misses
t,.nd IioiihiIuuwii mid Annie Uilev. and a
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recitation by Mrs. Fred K. Slack, of Anna,
both of which were excellent aud highly
The ( '(unique boys stmt up a big baloon
from the comer of Sixth street and commer
cial avenue last evening. The balloon was
made o Htnmg tissue paper and measured
about ti n feet in diameter and fifteen feet
It was let go proiiuiturely, but
nevertheless rose beautifully, to the enter
tainineiit of soveial hundred people who
were gathered in the streets.
Ou tho 3d instant, at Csnui, the Dem
ocratic senatorial convention for tho Forty
sixth district was held. Lowery Hay, of
(.'nrinl, was nominated mi the six ballot,
and Flemiu W. Cox, of Lawrence county,
n Ui ihirJ. On the suno day tho Dem
ten f F( , . , iJ; . ft(tg(jlIlbe(i
- al Wnctowu and nominated W. 0
Bowmati, of Gallatin, and J. M. Grigg, of
rtaliuc, us candidates for the legislature.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNIWl, AUGUST
We will offer thi week ill tho Odds
and Pn.U of our Summer Stock ut prices
to close. XcU Friday will be Remnant
day. We will then offer all the remnants
in "our St.xk at hilf the original valuo.
-A match tame of baseball will be
!(lllV(,l ,, ,own at two o'clock this after
n,vm, Tllt (v,tes:inff club will bo tho
'IhownStoekineV' ,.f ih' "
puk.d nioc from Nfw Madrid and Mai-t-n
In Mvsouri, the Utter club arrived
,;,. ,eht. Mr. Van loosen, the
piU-her, is witn tnom.
. .a In L!a
U'e all but two fiwi"3 '
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; ,l.stn."t have neia
i.oi vi.iinin and si
delegates to the
rontio-js tJ bs held
m-ve'iil ii.iio.iOit.riC lN
on' .iiC tt.i ari l Pf,t
w T hrt two
stt.-r he'd primary
:owi.:a.2van.l will hold its convention
;tl.sv. The other has not yet fixed
.JU a'dAy for holding its convention.
The countv Alexander convention
which selected delegates to the judicial con
vention which is to be held at Du Quoin the
til th of September guessed right in taking
the ratio of representation established for
the state convention as a guide in selecting
the delegates to the judicial convention.
There will therefore be no necessity tor
the three delegates to this convention to
increase their number as provided by the
Tuesday, day after to-morrow, a fair
, .. i ...mi i uf lT,-,.lire Park
and tesuviu win " "
under the auspices of a number ot ladies
and gentlemen from this city. It is to be
given for the benefit of the Union Sabt.atli
School of Hodges Park, which is in needy
circumstances. The hand bills which are
out in this city invite everybody, but "par
ticularly the candidates for county olheers,
to be therj aud enjoy themselves,
Hon. F. E. Albright was in the city
yesterday at The llalliday. He ha I been
to Mound City to attend the primary
meetings which were being held
there. He has been traveling
thro.Hi the district almost continuously
testing the feeling of the Democracy with
reference to his candidacy for congress,
and he feels satisfied that his chances foi
nomination are good. He is assured of
Jackson, Union and, if Washburn is with
drawn, of Williamson, counties, which
would give him thirty one votes, or eight
lens thin will be necessary to a nomination.
A j tint resolution was Thursday of
fered in the house by Mr. Davis, of Illinois,
and referred to tho judiciary committee,
which contemplates an amendment to the
constitution authorizing the president to
veto any item in an appropriation bill. A
similar provision in the laws of Illinois has
been found of incalculable advantage of
enabling tho mayors of cities to exercise a
check upon extravagant or improper ap
uropriations. The Davis resolution comes
too late to beaded upon at the present ses
sion, but should bo adopted at the winter
From an advertisement elsewhere it
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appears mat mo new omoetsui mu m
& Orphans Mutual Aid S iciety, elected at
the last annual meeting, areas follows:
James S. McGihey, president; J. li. ivon-
inson, first vice president; M.Phillips, sec-
nd vie; president; J. A. Goldstine, treas
urer; Tins. Lewis, secretary; hd H lute.
assistant scretary, and Drs. W. II. Marean
and J. S. IMrie, medical advisers. The
executive committee is composed ot .Messrs.
V. F. Pitcher, W. C. Joculyn, L. S. Thom
as, F. Vincent and Will T. Redburn. The
new board of managers is composed of a
number of reliable gentlemen of this and
-In a communication to the Johnson
County Journal, "a Kepuwlcan fia9:
"One of the leaders of tho bolt which de
feated Judge Damron at Cairo, F. M.
Jone, is a candidate on tho Republican
ticket of Johnson county for county clerk.
Ho expects to ho elected by Republican
votes, and we now as a citizen and Repub
lican ot Johnson county, expressing the
wish of hundreds of other Republicans,
call up'.n and ask Mr. Jones for what
reason and by what lights he expects tho
votes ol the Republicans of the convention
whoso instructions and wishes he so gross
lv violated at the Cairo convention? Wo
pause for a reply." Are we badly off in
suspecting that "a Republican" and tho
gentleiinn who, with a lavish hand,
distributed Mnin" am nig thn c, ilorod Re
publicans of this city and county during
the late Republican I ve feast, are identi
At a joint meeting of the celebration
committee and the officers of tho different
lire companies held at tho Rough am
Ready engine ball Friday night, 1). J
Foley, president of the Hibernian Fire
company, submitted a plan whiuh is in
tended to make the lire department of our
city more t lfectivn in battling with tho
flames. Tho following is the plan: That
on all the cross streets leading to tho river
or such streets as may bo considered tho
most advantageously, a double line of
2 j inch water-pipe be laid, with suitable
valves and fire plugs, from tho water's edg
to Commercial or Washington avenues, so
that the harbor boats having fire pumps
can assist and greatly aid tho firomen in
their work. The advantage alTordod by
the harbor boats at many of tho fires should
encourage somo plan by which they could
better assist, and if tlu persons to bo ap
nninled by the different companies to con-
alder the foasability of this plan should re-
port favorably, tho city shuuld, as soon as
convenient, construct tho water pipe lines
and thereby assist our volunteer firemen
nnd lessen their labor.
Keguiar services win o "-
tho German Lutheran church on Thirteenth
street to-day. A now paster has been em
ployed in the porson of Kev. Hchncardt,
nho will officiate at tho service this morn
ing and at the Sabbath school this after
noon. Rev. Schucardt coum hero
from Culohn, Ills., where he
gained and held to tho last the esteem of
the people generally. He has been hero
two weeks, has made a very favorable im
pression aud hasbteu permanently engaged.
- Because of the threatening we ither I
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the special excursion train 10 .uounn
to enable those in this city who might de-
sire to iv
.so to witness the mitcli g.iuie
ot fiaseball to bo played at that place yei-
terday afternoon, did not leave. But the
'amo went on all the same and quite a
number of CViroites were there too to wit- I
ness it. The game was played between the
Mound Citv. and I
II, 111.1. Hi".., v. -
the Eckfor dsof Paducab: The st..Ko
was ouo hundred dollars. It wss not an in-
terestin" game tor tne siouuu unyui-s
f.... ,mi...i,l(d. It ended with twen- I
11 niW i,ve. ".' -
ty five tallies for the Eckfords and nine
for the Hambletons and the former took in
the cash, also the glory. It is said that
tho Eckfords, by a plausable excuse in
duced tho Hanibletons to consent intro
ductions into the former of two new
afterwards turned out to he
professional players. If this be truo the
Mound City boys are exceedingly child
-The citizens who held a meeting at the
Hibernian engine house last Sunday for
the purpose ot aiding the Sisters in emu
plcting their convent, appointed the fol
lowing gentlemen tn solicit subscriptions in
the different wards of the city: Firt ward,
Edward Dez.inia and H. Walker; Second
ward, W. C. Mulkey an I Geo. E. Clark;
Third ward, R. Marnell and P. Oreany;
Fourth ward, R. Fitzgerald and George
O'Harfi, and Fifth ward, .las. Carroll mid
Jno. Madden. The above nameo genue-
l.,.Mn out snlieitimr tiiis I'H-t
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week among our citizens and have sin.
ceeded with their collections far beyond
their expectations. We are not surprised
at this, however, as our enterprising citi
zens are ever ready to respond lib-r illy to a
good cause, nnd especially when the educa
tion of their children is involve I. A meet
ing will be held this evening at the Hi
l.erninn eneino house at half past seven
o'clock, for the purpose of receiving a ie
poit from the above collector, an I fr the
purpose of makiii" further arrangements
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purpose aiiout the hi or .-cpiem.eT.
Tl... .oereli'inu of St. Louis are becoiii-
alarmed at the prospects of a repetition of
f the. frebdit blockade of lad year. The
Jlobe D.ni x-rt his the following concern
ing this matter: inquiries aie puumij;
in on the Bridge & Tunnel company a-k-
ing what preparation th"y have made to
meet tho demand upon them. The East
ern roads whose terms expued on July
1 are telegraphing daily for replies. They
say that on account of tue ISSt blockade,
they were compelled to pay shippers large
sums tor damages, and 111 the event ot no
better ficilities being offered in St. L mis
for unloiding freight they profess the in-
ention of accepting no more St. Louis bu-d-
ii'.ss for prompt dispatch or time delivery.
1 hey are not anxious to occur th" same
xpensM, nnd will consequently receive
freight for St. L mis in the rush of the fill
trade with no responsibility aitiched to
thi in for the delivery. Eastern corespond
ids hsvi; written to them about the situa
tion and called up in the St. L.ilis wh
ale trade to take some action. A oelcga
tion recently visited Dr. Tausing, the man
ager of the Bridge & Tunnel company, and
after stating their complaint were asmued
by the manager that he had done all in
his power to provide additional freight de
pots, but he had been hampered by a de
lay in p issing the ordinance in the assem
bly, giving them a right to lay tracks across
Tayon avenue. The company had ex
pended f '20,000, iu tho purchase of land,
was ready to erect freight depots tho in
stant they secured the privilege of laying
tracks. "If permission is granted at the
next meeting," Dr. Tnuson continued, "it
will require our whole energy and tho em
ployment of men day and night to make
the needed improvement by tho first of Oc
tober." The delegation, after hearing the
statement, retired and prepared a po
tion for circulation on 'Chango, asking the
assembly for the dosiroil privilege.
Yesterday afternoon, in accordance
with a judgement rendered by Magistrate
Comings, Annio Bizzoll paid States At
torney Damron twenty-five dollars, for be
ing the miitress of a lions? of bad reputa
tion, to which charge she pleaded guilty.
In tho prosecution of these cases Mr. Dam
ron and Mr. Geo. W. Hen
driclH have apparently formed
a temporary partnership, both sharing in
the profits. It is understood to bo the
intention 'of the firm to go still deeper into
tho dirty work, to begin on the subordi
nates in these sinks of wickedness during
this week, yank them all out of their dntis,
march them through tho streets to the police
court, hold their filthy records up for tho
edification of the public generally,
extort from each a twenty -fivo
dollar line, "wh e up," nnd lot the victim
go on mi l sin somo im.ru preparatory to
being bled again wiien, to quote from
Egypt's great niuii:o.l lawyer, ''tho law is
"U 1'iu'is ''ov. caso similar
to those atleuiited lo be made out by this
new law ll rni ng on d the women in (pies-
was trie I
nil' 1 He rn ileeoieo ag'ilnsi hid people. I lie
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county had been put to a heavy expense
lor nothiiiir. In the caes so far tried last
week one or two have taken an appeal, of
those to be tried this week
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eevenu in nv eioouuiy o. '
likewise. The county, with its already
lei.leted treasury, will he PUt to the
expense of trying them, and t iey will either
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no uripimi-o, 1.1,1.1-1.1 .ouiei koi.i, "
appeal, and be acqiuted by the next higher
court. If this programme bo carried out
an ex iuded county trea-urery may be the
only result in tho end, but then the public
will have enjoyed a 'rich rare and racy'' ex-
dilution, the officers will be compelled
to uurn their salaries by redoubled efforts to
restore Mm former comparatively inoffensive
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Order l things and the prosecuimg at-
torneys, - wel', they will at least have had
uie satiiaciion 01 neing ine nenry men
m the unclean drama and, of bav-
'a raise" r two.
INTERESTING TO LADIES,
Our lady reader ran hardly fail to have
their attention called this week to Iho la
test combination of improvements in that
Illot-I US' iniot an ooin-Mie impieuieiiin, ine
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As we understand it, a in icnoie tor tam-
ilv ih-j shoul I no'et hrst of all these re-
onin.ment.s: It should be simnle in its me
chanism; it should run casilyjit should do
a w oe range w. . . -
liirht, handsome, durable and as cheap as
... w ,
is consistent with excellence through
The- conditions the ''Light Running
New Home" certainly meets. It ban also
several very important and useftjl attach
ments sind "notions" ,of its own, which
"O far to make good its claims to popular
Now a 'Teat many tanuhes have been
and are still meing the old machines -
waitim? for the times to improve; waiting
fiir tt)(, intent improvements in designs and
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Rut why delay longer! .insinenrig m?
low nrict! at which mechanics are now
I. and th luunoveinents that tiavebrfn
made, now is a good time to buy, and the
New Home"specially ri-couimends itself
p. purchasers on account of its superior
in'o hanicnl construction, case 01 uiana;p-
ITfeni and res'onai'ie pric. .irriy imu n
million hsve been sold in the last three
-11 ,.r ,.l,;.0. nrn nivinrr iiniverdal al.
wfn.-ilnn TdU unrivaled machine is man
Wll-, mi ji ...iiv. .i-j k K '
ufactured bv the NEW HDME SKWING
icilivr I'll "A I'nion Sriiianv New
York, who wish u to say that all who will
send f..r th"ir new illustrated catolagun and
.n auiiei. . - - -
,.,.!,,. ti,eir advertisement Cprinted on
.!i(,r pVei. will receive a set of fancy
IvrtisiriL' noiclti. ? ef value to those
collecting cards. Ac
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
The m-mheti ot the state Democratic
ceutral rommiti'-p who reside in this judi
cial district and who met at east St. Louis '
Thursday for the purpose of taking the pre
liminary sff ps toward holding a Democratic
convention, to leii'maie a candidate for the
iiPnelUte clerk-hip. decided that the ratio
l representation in this convention of the
several counties in the judicial district,
should b- the Min as that decided upon by
the state D on ocnti'- central convnittee for
the state convention, namely, one delegate
for every loir hundred, and one
,-,. ,.my fr,,(..i,m f two hundred
r mP1, 0f v,(t C(lt fr Hancock and
English iu 10. This will give each of
the thirty four counties composing this ju
dicial district representation in the conven
tion as follows ;
Vole No. of delegates
Madison 1077 12
Bond 127:1 .1
Fayette UiiM 7
Jasper . 17iil tl
KH'inghiun 24.V2 4
Crawford 1!M7 5
St. Clair M77. 15
Clinton 2212 0
Marion '2507 0
Clay IOTiO 4
Lawrence 1 lil7
Wabash 11-12 ll
Monroe 1712 4
Randolph 2511 7
Perry 1521 l
Franklin ;..lfil0 4
Hamilton 170!) 4
White 2501 0
Jackson 2100 5
Williamson 1S25 ! 5
Saline 10O4- 4
Galatin 1571 4
I Johnson WOU
Massac. 778. .
Tlio total number of delegates
in thn convention, if all attend, will be
10H, and it will take 82 to nominate.
lLirrt Lumps in Brcnst.
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.: Hear
Sir I wrote you smiio tune ngo that I
thought I dad a cancer. There was a lump
in my breast as largo as a walnut, and nan
linen there four months. I coiiniionccd tak
ing vour "Golden Medical Discovery,"
"Favorite- Prescription" and "Pellets" in
June, and tho lump is gone.
Yours gratefully, Mrs. It. R. Clabk,
OLMSTEAD A WINTER,
AuctioneerH and Commission Merchant i
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial nnd Washington Avg.
JOTIt'K iu CONTUACTOHS.
City Clerk'" offlre. Ciru, ID., AllR. 3, IK.
HsIimI lOdliflHuU will l)H ruelviil Nt this nfllcil
'llr.'dert li. tlio cltv roiini'll. of tlm city of Cairn
until tiiwtliii. uf Hie r 1 1 v c-iiiok II Mmnliiv cvnilruf
Am" tioi, iss fur rnriiMiinu Hie msii-rlal mul
rloliiK tb work or itnliiit tin1 work iH(i HiHry fur
the n-rotiatructlon ut Die folluH Inn Nidewiilks, lolio
rmmtrnrteit of onil, . I n llm mt side of
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hl,I nniKt siTotnrmny l.lil. Tin- w i.rk (i In; it.mc 1.
I hf MHl I r I f-. Will III fill! f'ltltlftilll.tj' l. li .Irm.l. 'fl...
ri(M to r. jert any or nil iiiiu r. rvi i y u,o riiy.
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NEW YOUK STOltE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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1 ur niiif.ii, luiivi) oincrk
IN THK citv
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIIOK Ac. CO..
Or. Nineteenth Hrt
Connnorclal Aenn 1
MILL AM) COMMI-MOV
tTALLIDAY BROTH KRS
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
HhrbeHt Tah Price Paid for Wfceat.
fllUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
()'il,-i 111 iiiof m
' OHIO t.KVKK
CAPITAL, 81 00,000
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f: Anral linL tn l.iwn.i.wJ
TIIOs. W. HAI.I.IDAV.
STKKrHlSli SAYING HANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
1'IIOH. V. HAI.I.IDAV,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,!
OA I HO. Il,IiS.
v nitons, rnxi.tent. I p. nkit. vice rwni!
II. WKI.LH, Ciodder. I T. .1. K.irlh, A't ciis.li.
F. Bross -
Cn'ro will lm Km lo. .Cain
wiliiiim Wolf.... .
Osterlidl " I O.O I'litler...,
Barter " I H. Wells
J. Y. Clcuimn, Ciilodcmlii.
A UEflRMAti BAN KINO I1USINBS3 DONE
XxctisnKO void and lioueht. Iiilnrert paid It,
tnavoin iHipanmani. cniieriiom muilo an
all buitnois prumitlj atundini to.