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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, l82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OKFICE: XO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
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1RAN8MI8SION TIIROUUU TOIt MAILS AT SIX
ONU CLASS HATES.
Q 'tlVikL PAPKROr CITY AND COUNTY
ANNOUNCE MB NTS.
W am anlliorUtd lo intiniliir.n tint It. A. I.
WILHtNKN, of JaHtiraoii comily, I cun 1 1.1-it
fur CltirH oftne dlalo Court In Ihn Kotirlfi
liirial ni of loin K "iihject to tho iiecialon of a
caiivonllon of He) Democratic party
Vfn ' nithorl.-i'l to aiinmiui'H tli iiamo nf
WALT8H WAK'JKIt a B caudtrimo for tlm uttlcu
of Couir.y J iiiimo of Ali.iihter Couuty.
W) nr antliorlned to announro .luatlca .10HN
II. UOHINSOS aa an tniliuiirlant candidate, for
Couuty JudiiO lit the Cuming Novum ner election.
We aro authorized to aiinnutr.o Mr. MILES V.',
I'AKKKK aa an Independent candidatu for t rtuf
nrer of Alexander county at tlw couiliij; November
SI'ECfAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlc tn thm eolumn. uIrM cenla per linn for
Brut and five com per lino uacb auhaeqiteut liinr
lion. Kor one vrwV. 30 cents por line. For one
month, no centK pur It no.
Coniuariy Order So. 4.
HEAD0.UAHTEK8 CO. U. 9 Til KBUT. l! N. (I.
Caiuo,Ii.l.,AuJ. 15th, 188:'.
The officer! an i members of Ilalliday
guards are hereby commanded to appear
at their armory every night between tho
date of this order and Aug. 29, for tfle
purpose of drill aud discipline preparatory
tocoinif into camp.
By order JonN E. English, (.'apt.
W. P. June, O. S.
Company Order No. J.
HKAIX-LAKTEKS CO. II., Ofll KEO'T I. N. 0.
Caiho, III., Aty. 15th, 1882.
In compliance with General Order No. 1
from Brigade Headquarters, the oflieers and
members of Co. II., Dili lt-g't (Iliillidny
Guards) are commanded to appear fully
uniformed and equipped at their armory on
Tuesday, Auti. 2Uth, 1882, thenco to pro
coed to Camp Cullom, Springfield, there to
continue for six dnys in camp.
By order John E. Enolinh, Capt.
W, P. June, Ord. Serg.
at DeBauns 5(1 Ohio Leveo.
Out of the (ire, cor. ol'8ih and Level', my
icehouse and office in at present s . tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and IHli streets. Orders will lie
filled some gg usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day,
at DjIIiuus 5G Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel ami Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to kuow that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the lire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beJs for tho tired, good
tare for the hungry, lino liquors lor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
in market at Delkuns 60 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
uuiuier resorts in Wiw.:om.iu, Ioa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Kates low.
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General P.issenger Agent.
t;o to DeBauus 50 Ohio kvee.
J. S. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair juices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any businenH, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
Hproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
lox on Eighth street in Cundilfs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
tlieir tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
An enricherof the blood and purifier of
me system; cures Isssitudo and lack of
energy: sucn is Brown's Iron Bitteis.
Use The Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
tnauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. Kor
laie, in uirce sizes, at the otlico. No. 2 and
8. five and terir.entH cneh In. tl., .;
- .-. v-w.. . ,j MU RlllllV "HI.
by the dozen. Special discount on grogs
lots 10 me irane.
TOM WINTEK i-c CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant!
No. 25 Eighth Street,
lktween Commercial and Washington Avs
Consign meuli Bol icited .
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In the.n commna, too centi pur lino,
iich Insertion. Marked
Wm. Alba has tho finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
-Circuit court is in session at Charleston,
Watermelons in great abundance- aro
going north every day by rail.
Dave Grifiin who has been sick for
some days Is able to be out at;ain.
-Bub Townseitd goes to congress again.
Ho was nominated on the third ballot.
Tho Mexican War Veterans tuoet this
year at Memphis September 13.
Bloomington is unfortunate. A sowing
machine agent took morphine, but was
unfortunately pumped out and will recover.
By The Buli.ktin wq learn that Frank
Petitt of the city was in Bloomington last
Saturday and Sunday.
Amongst tho delegates who gave us a
call was William Perce. Glad to renew
Bibb and Bird have obtained thepriv.
ilegesoftho no Gjeeufield ferry for one
year from Mississippi county Mo.
Guiteau's skeleton is on exhibition at
Washington. Thomas1 scalp will bo on
exhibition after November.
Five piifonei'B escaped from tho jail of,
Dunklin county, Mo. Tiny captured the
jailor's keys with a tish pole.
Sells Bro. has tho only wooly elephant
ever on exhibition in tho world, and they
will be at Cairo Sept. 11.
You cau Bee a largo double borued
white rhinoceros with Sells Bros, show at
Cairo Sept. 11th.
General f.waim the personal friend of
Garfield doubts the genuineness of Horsey 's
letter lately published.
Now for the circus, It behooves tho
boys to proctico so they can slip under the
canvas without trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Higgins, of Olmsted,
are in the city visiting the parents of Mrs.
E. N. Stevens, of tho Pax ton, Ills
Record, was sun Btruck in Salt Lake City
last week. Ho will probably recover.
Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, tthaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Tim excursion on tho St. L. & Cairo
11. It. leaves here at 5 a. m. Sunday, and
returning leaves lied Hud at 5 p. m. price
for round trip f'.J.OO
Would it not bo a good idea to form
an Old Settler Society here? The early
history of Cairo is being rapidly loot and
should be preserved.
From tho Illinois State Journal, of
Springfield, wo learn that the auditor reg
istered funding bonds of thocih of Cairo
amounting to $'.',-100.
-The rain yesterday whilst it was not
very extensive was sufficiently so to ex.
hibit the very dirty condition of our streets
Agnes Smith, a chronic disturber, was
yesterday fined fifty dollars and costs for
her habitual offense. Agnes will loiter 50
days in the jug to eko out her fino and
-Eil Coleman, a gentleman of color,
was fined fivo dollars and costs for disturb
ance and will render the city that much
service in eating its grub.
The Northern Pacific railroad has
added another 140 miles to their finished
road. It is gradually creeping toward the
It was a mistake about tbo court house
at Moberly, Mo., being burned. Tho dis
patch was from Moberly, but referred to
the court house tit HuntHville.
Thern will lie no living giraffe on ex
hibition with any show coming to Cairo
until tho animals of Sells Bros, big show
Monday Sept. 1 1 .
r-W. II. Curtis, a part of whoso letter ap
peared in yesterday's Billetin was elected
county constable at Carbondale not Mur
phy shoro as we stated.
A pair of Living Hippopotami, male
and female, aro among the many features
lo be witnessed with Sells Bros' show which
exhibits at Cairo September 11.
The Sisters have a number of men
employed in preparing their building prep
aratory to tho opening of their schools in
Messrs. Goldstine ic Kosetiwater are
receiving tlieir new goods already. Yes
terday they received one enso from New
York containing fifteen hundred dollars
worth of clothing. It.
William Burns, the negro, charged
with the burglary of B. F. Parker's paint
shop, had his examination before Judge
Coinings and was sent to jail in default of
"Wanted a situation by a rcspoctablo
uumiirricd woman as wut nurse" is one of
the advertisements in a city paper, we
should think so rare a character would
have no difficulty in finding animation.
At Princeton, III., Charlie Harris tried
to make up a quarrel ho had had with his
sweetheart. On her refusal ho went and
hanged hlmolf. Sensible man to take the
shortest way out of trouble.
The Courier ol Charleston has started
off us a daily, begining with tho first num
ber on the Hth hist. Wehopo it will bo
successful but if not, judging from the
size, the failure will not bo very big.
Our citizens will keep in mind that
a festival is to bo given tho last of this
mouth by the ladies, tho proceeds of which
will bo given the sisters to help them fin
ish their building.
A quilt will be railed off for the bene
fit of au orphan girl well known in this
city, at Mrs. Power's, coiner 10th and
Washington, Friday night between 7 and
9 o'clock, tickets only 25 ceuts. It.
The Sunday school convention lately
held here elected G. W. Strode, president;
N. Kasterday, secretary ;T. F. Ilargis.G.W.
Summons, .las, Glasgow, Isaac Gilbert and
Joseph Pitts, vice presidents, an I J)r. J,
S. Petrie, G. M.AIdeu and John Van Vac
tor, executive committee.
Tho utter selfishness of the sea side
hotel keeper was exhibited by Carey of
the Butlovuo at Long Branch, in demand
ing $2,500 each from two guests who were
attacked by typhoid fever to prevent their
being thrown out on the street.
Tho nomination of Murphy is well
received by both parties. A prominent
German, always a Republican, stated yes
terday that be could name fifty others, who
with himself would cast their votes against
Thomas in November.
Col. Sam Joseph is in tho city arrang
ing for tho coming of Sells Brotheis' Great
Circiu that will bo here in September. The
Colonel is not only tho liveliest agent on
the road, hut is a reliable gentleman, who
will advertise nothing they do not show
and say nothing that ho cannot back up.
Speaking of tho Alleghany saloon
keeper who was fined five dollars for at
tempted suicide, tho old English common
law mado it a felony, and it tho attempt
were successful, the Biiicido was buried at
night by torchlight in a cross road with
stake driven through his body.
Goor-;e Alfred Townseiid, better known
as "Oath," but whoso appropriate name
would be Gas, is doing England. Now
look out for a general smash up of accept
ed historical fact. Ho has written up Rog
er Williams and made the astonishing
discovery that Shakespeare was a mere
Capt. Shaw, chief of tho London, Eng.,
fire department is coming over to visit the
gencjal convention of chief engieers at
Cincinnati. Galileo was right, the world
does move, and Shaw will go back satis
tied that some of our American applian
cch aro at least equal to tho bucket sys
tem with which he is familiar.
As might havo been expected, the
nomination wss tho topic yesterday and
is generally well received. Barton's defec
tion from Thomas was a good deal comuien
ted on and whilst tho altra radicals would
not admit he had any influence, the more
moderate thought that it was rather a seri
ous matter and not merely a Btraw.
By a letter from A. H. Hausou, G
P. A. I. C. R. K-,ty R. B. Htinson
of Anna, we learn that round trip tickets
from Carbondale to Anna, and from Cairo
to Anna, will be issued from Aug. 20 th
to Sept. 1st and good to return till Sept. 2
to those desirous to visit the Southern Ills.
Before Justice Osborn several boys
wore charged with defacing tho walls of
the High School. They wero discharged
on their own recognizance to appear Friday
afternoon. One John Kennedy was fined
five dollars and costs. If tho boys are
guilty an example should bo made, us the
offense is a very mean one, which can have
no actuating motive but malice.
Capt. English, of the Hulliday
Guardsstatcs that tho officers and men who
attend the camp at Springfield, will have
all their expenses paid, rations aiid quarters
furnished and received one dollar per day
whilst in Springfield ami going to and
from the camp. He is busy with his com
Jinny every night, drilling and instructing
the members, and is pleased with their
efficiency in drill and discipline.
The signal service bulletin shows tho
thermometer for yesterday highest at
Shreveport, 0 1 ; lowest nt Lacrosse, 75 ; 80 at
Cairo, with an average throughout the
country of 80 and a fraction. Tho ba
rometer is lowest in the central region and
indicates some more rain. The rivers have
fallen except at Nashville anil Yankton.
The gauge hero bIiows 20.5, a cecrcase of
Wo learn, via Toronto,tbat a cavalry force
of ex-confederates is being organized to aid
Arabl Pasha. Wo heard of that before,
but meant to keep it a secret till they had
gone. We may as well stale that when
organizod, tho force will mouut their
horses in Mobile, Alabama, and ride over
to Egypt by tho route of the pons ssniii
orum, discovered by Euclid 2,200 years
A special to tho Pantagraph from Pou
tiac, says that the hoisting apparatus at
tho conl shaft caught flrO, and, with the
machinery was a total loss. Two men, as
cendiug ub tho lire broke out, burely es
caped. Three men woro in the mine,, but
wus saved from suffocation by opening the
furnace dojis.throuif'i which the sinoko es
caped. Several mule in tho shaft were
snffocated. Groat excitement provailed
for a long time, especially among the min
ing popol06' 0M I'iOOO; insurod in the
California for fl.OOO.
- By what right Dr. Hicks presents cu
riosity seckors with piocos of tho murderer
Guitoau'Hkull, to be worked up into orna
ments, wo do not know, but we do krvw
that tho spirit which would ask or receive
such a gift is lost to all that refinement of
feeling which is supposed to characterize
tho sgo, and to every principle of Chris
tianity or even humanity which elevates
the man of to day from the barbarism in
cmlral Africa or the isle of tho south Pa
The following books ordered for the Li
brary are expected next Saturday: "Mrs.
Solomon Smith Look On," P.msy; "Dick's
Wanderings," Julian Sturgis; "The Lamp
lighter"; "Mabel Vaughn"; "A Happy
Boy," lijorustjerno Bjornson; "Ascheu
bioedol,"No Namo Series; "Anne," Con
stance Woolson ; "An Echo of Passion,"
George Lath rop; "Only a Girl," "Hulda,"
"Servin," Mrs. Wister; "Boys of '01,'"
(.'has. Coffin, and "The Fisher Maiden,"
Tho Chautauqua Herald of the 10th
says: Mrs. Isabella Laning Candeo, of Cairo
1 II., who is at 7;i Sumnierliold avenue, is one
of tho C. L. S. (!. graduates of 1882. Mrs.
Caodee is a contributor to the Western Mag
azine, ti Vice President of the Illinois Social
Science Association, and President of the
Cairo Woman's Club and Library Associ
ation the stu ly class of which is a local
circle in tho Chautauqua C. L. S. C. She
is the only representative from "Egypt," but
brings tho enthusiasm of the other CVto
Chaulauquans with her. Mr. II. 11. Can-'
lee, a prominent business man of Cairo,
III., arrived on Saturday at Chautauqua to
join his wife, who is a graduate of the C. L.
S. C. Mr. Candeo is a member of the Board
of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Dio
cese of Illinois, and secretary of the Episco
pal Province of Illinois. He is accompanied
by his sister, Mrs. A. E. S ifford, of Cairo,
Dr. Benson, of the Marine Hospital
Service, informs us that ho found every
thing both inthe hospital and the office in
perfect or Icr. Dr. Carter has gone to Mem
phis. Three of tho victims of the Gold
Dust disaster arrived yesterday from Hick
man and were admitted to tho hospital
here. All the others who were already
here are doing well., Tho Dr. says that
the marine hospital service consists of
thirteen full surgeons, ten passed assistant
Burgeons, thirteen assistant surgeous and a
large number of acting assistant surgeons,
who do their work by contract, and are not
regularly attached to the service. Dr.
Jones, president of the Louisiana Board of
Health, telegraphed to the surgeon general
of the hospital marine service that he de
sired the inspection of the whole Missis
sippi valley should be transferred to the
hospital marine service, as he believed the
work would thereby bo materially im
proved. Tis now. Now the chowdei's initio
pot, and the days are getting hot, and we
all begin to fiwelter with a swelt, swelt,
swelt. While tho crimson lemonade
through a straw enchants the maid, who
displays a bunch of flowers at her belt,
belt, belt. Now our fancies, quaint and
queer, lightly turn to thoughts of beer and
the picnic's everlasting custard pie, pie, pie.
And we sit with pretty Nell, 'noath a ging
ham umbrell, gaily boouicrangcd and ship
wrecked by her sigh, sigh, sigh. Now the
cat begins to scoot from the well directed
boot, and the poodlo wears a kettle on his
tail, tail, tail. Now the Vassar maidens
mount every soda water fount, and they
drink venuillion rapture till they're pale,
pale, pale. Now the ice man with a smile
slings his haughty summer stylo, and the
plumber bows in solitude his head, head,
bead. Now tho steamer-whistle blows, and
tho bee deserts the rose long enough to
sting the small boy ou the head, head, head.
Now the cutis and collars melt, now the
monte man is -fell, and the circus inthe
coutitry does appear, 'pear, 'pear. No news
is this, by Jo. they aro facts all people
know, for they're written by thejoker every
year, year, year.
On Sunday last, sundry young men,
some of whom hailed from St. Louis, as
saulted tho Sedalia Mo. Sabbath with base
ball bats, and bo desecrated it as to get
themselves locked up. The truly good
people of Sedalia, after bleeding the young
heathens with a liberal fine, for his soul's
yood, held a mass meeting and expressed
tlieir indignation at this endeavor to do else
but pray and sigh on tho day of rest. A
benighted citizeu who, declaring his ad
vocacy of temperance and Christianity, con
fessed his inability to see crime in enjoy
ing a healthful fmm of recreation ou Sun
day, was frozen out with great promptness
and unanimity, Then there arose a Wil
kcrson, a lawyer, who is said to bo a lead
ing Republican, endowod with groat men
tal power, who stated that ho recognized in
this whacking of balls on Snuday a deep
laid scheme of deviltry. He was con
strained to believe, and he charged it
fiercely and openly, that ihe inauguration
of Sunday baseball in Sodalia was an out
eroping of Germanism "an attempt of
tho German element to foist into Ameri
can society the pernicious and dangerous
customs of continental Europe, in oppoBi
tiou to the time-honored customs of our fa
thers." This declaration appalled the meet
ing nud carried conviction with it. Baseball
has hitherto been claimed as a strictly
American institution, and Mr. Wilker
son's contribution to tho cyclopedia is none
tho less valuable becauso of tho amazement
with which it will paralyze our . teutonic
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11.
Not a Day Sooner.
Wait! Pou't Waste Your Money!
Wail! Dm't Waste Your Time!
Wail! Don't Encourage Fraud!
Wait! Don't Ho Deceived!
Wait for the Accept eil Time!
WAIT I.NTI I. MONDAY, SKl'TKMHEH 11,
for Sells Bros' Six Enormous R. H. Shows",
not until then can you sen a Big Show, not
until then can you see a Good Show,
NOT I'NTIL THEN CAN YOU SHE AN HONIiST
You will be swindled out .f your time, you
will be defrauded out of your money if you
pat ron ire the Coup Show this season.
It depends upon its reputation of last
year for patronage, and it is not the sainn
Coup Show of last season. Because last
year it ued 40 railroad cars to trampoit it;
it only us . 's 21 this year. For proof of this
ask the Transfer Co. or the officials of the
Wabash, Si. Louis and Pacific. It ha I a
complete Hippodrome last season ; it bus a
lli podiotne canvas nud a weak imitation
now. It hi'! three companies in lhte!
tings last seison; it has but a fractional
part of one company this year in one solitary
circus ring. It hid a herd of Elephants
last year; it has but three now. It had the
stai thug Calapult last year; it has a weak
burlesque on it now. It bad a baud of
Indians last season; it has none uo.v,ix-
cept on the pictoiial bills. It had a tribe
of Zulus last season; it has but two now.
It h id a thousand other features last season;
it h is none now. The features of last year
were sold. B.irnum & Co bought some,
and Nathans ifc Co., others-leaving Coup
with a miserly proportion of a once great
show. Ho is now depending on falsehoods,
proclaimed from show bills last year he
dep ;uded on features exhibited in his can
vas. No Big Show comes to Cairo until
Monday, Sept. 11, 1882.
The lush police force about whom so
much has been said lately, is a peculiar
organization. The men are enlisted for a
certain number of years, are divided into
Brigades, regimeuts, companies and njualls,
under command of a full corps of commis
sioned and mm commissioned officers, Htid
aro drilled and armed as soldiers. Thny
may be removed from any part of Ireland
to any other part, aud are generally kept as
far away from their native place as possible.
Only a certain number may marry and then
only by permission of the authorities. The
forco is thirty thousand and is said to bo
the finest organizized body of men in the
ST. JOSEPH'S LORETTO ACADEMY,
KOfNUEI), 1803. CH.VHTKHEI) 1801.
Tnis institution, under the directiou of
the Sisters of Loretto, is situated in the
most elevated and healthful locality in the
city; commanding a view of both the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The uew building
erected in place of the one lately destroyed
by lire is more commodious and comforta
ble than tho old one, and the grouuds are
mote extensive and beautifully shaded.
Parents and guardians may be assured that
tlieir children and wards w ill receive the
mott vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic training. 'I he facilities for the trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution tire unsurpassed; via
rivers; the Ohio and Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, Wa
bash railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow guago railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
the city of Cairo. The usual academic
course of studdies is taught at
this institution. The scholastic
year is divided into two sessions
of twenty weeks each; tho first opening on
the first Monday in September, the second
commencing with the first Monday in
February and terminating at the expira
tion of tho forty scholastic weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Bob rd and Tuition in common branches,
70. Board and tuition in higher branch
es, $75. Music extra. (Argus copy 2w.
Haui'Eii's Maoazine for September opens
with a beautiful frontispiece, entitled "A
Sunday Morning in Surrey," from apictuic
by Alfred Parsons. The same artist, with
equal charm, Illustrates Mrs. Lillie's pa
pers, "In Surrey," the tirutof which appears
in this number. English country scenery
has never been so attractively presetted as
in this delightful paper.
From the rural beauty of an English
county we turn to a quaint description of
one of our most characteristic coast towns
York, iu Maine, near Portsmouth beau
tifully illustrated by W.F. HalsnllandE.
Tho fifth ami last paper of Mr. Lathrop's
"Spanish Vistas" describes the coast towns
from Malaga to Barcelona a series of
"Mediterranean Ports and Gardens," full
of picturesque bits, of which tho .writer aud
the artist have made the most. Mr. Rein
hart's illustrations for this paper aB for
the entire series have never been sur
passed. "The Wcihertreno" (Faithful Wives) is
the title of a very interesting account of
Wi insberg, in Suabia. Tho writer, Elsio
Allen, paints two graphic historical pictures
of which Weinsberg is tho centre Kon
wl's Siege of the Castle aud tho Peasant's
War and gives an interesting sketch of
tho poet, Justinin Kerncr.
Tho third part of Colonel Higginson's
American Jlistory is devoted to tbo discov
eries made by the Northmen. His paper
is illustrated with eight engravings.
Barnet Phillips contributes a strong
short story, "A Doctor Spoiled." Another
excellent story, "Lovo will Find out the
Way," is contributed by Mrs. Elizabeth
D. B.Stoddard. Poems are contributed by
HjalniarlL Boyesen and Philip Bourke
William Black's now novel, "Shandon
Bolls," becomes moro interesting with every
uew part, and is finely illustrated by Will
WANTKI) bOAKIUNti -In a privutn family, hy
a gi'iitlutnan and wifu- Address "M " euro of tatr
National Dunk . ,
I huva a Inoil lot nf fin., t.nii.iin.. D,t ..I.... ..
hKh water tliNt I will deliver to any person In tliu
c.lly It in 1 1 a for nm dollar por rnrd. Order dikv Ihi
litft for mf with Hi'lianttan Itartli, rnriier Konr-tt'i-iitliauil
Kit 1 1 Z SEUIiIAN.
AN H r In horc poer n;rlr:iit engine, In i;oi,d
condition, and 12 foot hor'.oiitnl i Hue noller.
ullh all tli valvei, plpca. new heater, drive well,
waterlnnk. etc., new kmioIcm tie k nil complete,
pr'rc :!.Vl. Apply nt Tll llni.l kti.n. tf.
A FT Kit Til K KLOOIl T11K
KIKE, Ul.'T THK KI-A'i
STII.L K LIES.
CIIAKLKS T II ROCK
MORTON. ha opened iifsin In the Ilium building on Sixth
treei, Willi a full ioo(k of
Now Furniture of all kinds
and In prepared to do
t;PHOI,STKItl.a sml Jtcpu'i'iiig
at rvanonahla rate
SECONU HAND Kt ltM ri liE
Honclit and Hold. K A KH I.K ; -lake, a i ll hi. re In
tho tine.t book re In lli city, or a haiidnom In )
room art, or flue airta board. A 'Helen now on ex
liihitlou at hl palca rooms. Will be milt -d an Kami
a tickets aredlDp'ioedof. or niouey will he returned
dlVE HIM A t :LL.
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MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UJ OKA IN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wl eat.
IjHlE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
OI Culm. Illinois.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
OAIMTAL, ."', 1 0 0,000
A General Banking business
'i'HOH. W. HAIiUIDA V.
JjNTKHi'IilSK HAVINci HANK.
Of (.alio. .
EXCLISIYKLY A SAVINGS BANK.
THO. W. UAI.I.IUAV,
C O A J i
D Stoves I)
S Tinware. S
Commercial Avenue and Elffhth Street,
OA mo, ILLS.
V. HHOHS. Pmaldent. I P. NBI'l, Vlru I'reVnt
II. WKLLH, Caaliltir. T. J. Kerth, Am't ciiar,
T. Bro Cairo I William Kluto. .Cairo
I'etcrNoir William M'olL... '
C. M Oatcfloh " I 0,(1. l'ntler "
K.A.Uudor " I H. WbM....... ,
J. Y. Clomaon, CaludonU.
A GENERAL BANKING JJCSINttbS DONE.
Kxchanjte sold ind bouKht. Intnroit palil ti.
th8vlnitiDpartmmt. Cnllocitoua mail aud
all builavM promptly rttaudod to.