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T1IK- DAILY: 0AI11O BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 0, IR83.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE! NO. 71) OUIO LEV EG.
ENTERED AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFHICK FOR
TRANSMISSION TCIROUOUTHB MAILS AT BEC
OND CLASS RATES.
UFlUlAL PAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
Mr. R. FITZGERALD authorize ns to an
Bounce him aa candidate for re-election V the
office or Coroner of Alexander connty at the coin
lug Novum ber election,
We are authorised to announce that Mm. P. A
Taylor laan Independent candtdateior re-election
to tbeoftle.e of County Ninertntondont of nubile In
structions, subject to thu decision of the voters of
We Ira authorized to announce that Mra I.. C
GIBBS, of Thehes, l a candidate for the office of
county Superintendent of school at the ensuing
We are authorised to announce that Mr. SAMU
EL J. HUMM will ho an Independent candidate
for the office of County Cloik at the coming Novem
We are authorised to state that Mr. i. II. MUL
CAHKY, of Commercial Point, will he a candi
date for Couuty Comml'dlouer at tbo coming No
Wo arn antli'irl.eil to announce that K. A. D.
vl LB VNKS, of Jefl'orsnn county, t a candidate
for Clerk of the Aiipellatti tloiirt in the fourth
liivision of Illinois, subject to the decision of a
caovention of the Democratic party
We aro authorised to announce Mr. JOHN
HODGES as a candidate for Mioriff of Alexander
Ed. bulletin: I'lcasc announce mv namo as the
candidate of the people for the olhxe of Conmv
Judge t the November election. JUSTUS R.
We are authorised to announce tho name of
WALTER WARDiilt a a candidate for the office
of Uouuty Judge of Alexander Conuty.
We am authoriied toannounr.o Justice JOHN
II. KoniNSOM aa an independent candidate for
County J'idge at the coming Novemoer election.
Wo aro unthnmed to announce Mr. MILKS W.
PA RKKR a an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Aljxaudur county at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notirea Iu thin column, eignt cunta per line for
I ret and nve centa per line each subsequent inser
tion. For one wuek, 30 cents per line. For one
month, W cents per line.
A Fine liar ber Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most exteusive aud as Cue an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are m isters in the "trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
LI is establishment is lare enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Ins patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work
Give him a trial.
Wanted Gtty teana with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th iust. Apply
to Hobt. liuird, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Tuistlewood,
Cairo, III., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeHaun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Hennio's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl Joun T. Rknmk.
in market at DcBauu's CO Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & llrinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
Btreet, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign aud domestic goods of newest patents
tor uniting and are ready to receive orders
aud manfacture suita of the best qual
ity cloth and guarantied tit. Their prices
are as low its best goods can bo sold.'J-.'i-lm
Flour la cheaper aud my loaves are made
large that my customers may get the ben
efit. These lar'e loaves Bell at the bakery
8 for 10 cents. I do not pedllu bread.
My bread is, pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in tho city. Kmuember it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You gut the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0-2-lm. Frank Kiutky.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
ICE! 1 CIS II
I'll (KMX 1
Out of the fire, nor. of 8th ami Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and IKh streets. Orders will be
filled (tame as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at lteliaun's, 5(1 Ohio levee.
Knjniuer Kxcurslon Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBaun's, 5fi Ohio levee,
Bproat's Retail Ice Box.
Coasumcia of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundifTs store whore
ice in auv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same ai by drivers of wagons, tf.
Found Estray !
One horse with BfiJale, no bridle on.
Owner can have Biime by proving property
and paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. II. Hf.kciikh,
13th St., bet. Wash. Avo ami Walnut.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice) In these eoinmnt, ten cent a pr line,
aach insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward any man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Farson Phillip Crow, of Anna, was in
Mr. Mulcahey, candidate for county
commissioner, is in the city doing effective
work for himself.
Wanted Three boys to learn the dry
goods business, at J. Burger's dry goods
store. - tt
A colored boy pleaded guilty in Justice
Robinson's court yesterday, to playing
crnps, and was fined ton dollars and cost.
Mrs. Mehring, wife of Dr. Peter Meh
ring, of Portage Des Sioux, near St. Louis,
is in the city visiting the, families of Mr.
N. Feith and Wm. Klugo.
. Mr. A. Black received yesterday a
sowing machine for leather work, which is
the only one of its kind in the city, and is
a most ingenious piece of machinery.
In Magistrate Comings court yester
lay, M.Williams, Henry Hughes, Willis
Mack and Julia Harris were each fined
five dollars and cost for general disorderly
A day or two ago a Btray horse with
saddle was picked up, and is now in the
possession ol Mrs. J. II. Boecher who ad
vertises for their owner in special locals
A Mrs. Smith, living on Fourth street,
became very ill Wednesday after partaking
of some catinod fruit. Tho symptoms were
those of zinc poisoning. She was nearly
all right again yesterday.
Mr. Walter Whittaker is to leavo the
city to-day for New Madrid, Mo., to take
charge of the station of tho Texas & Cairo
railroad there. His permanent departure
will bo regretted by many.
Mr. John E. Henderson returnod from
Elco yesterday and brought back with him
a largo red beet, resembling very much in
form a dead goose dressed ready for the
pan, and weighing over seven pounds.
Will tho Bloomington Bulletin gently
nudge its mailing clerk and tell him that
TnK CAruo Bulletin doesn't receivo the
B. B. oftener than two or three times per
week? We can't get along without the
Twelve new passenger cars havo re
cently been placed upon the Illinois Cen
tral road between Cairo, Chicago and St.
Louis. They are all of similar stylo and
workmanship, and aro beauties, externally
Yesterday about noon at the Sherman
housp, Ly Magistrate Comings, Mr. Wm.
Stroud and Miss Emma Victor were
united in marriago. Mr. Stroud is watch
man at one of tho warehouses in tho lower
portion of tbo city.
It was Geo. Stedtler's wife, not his
child, that was buried Wednesday, and he
lives at East Cairo, not at "tho point." He
lost a little boy by drowning some time ago
and his family is reduced now to himself
and a grown son.
Hev. B. Y. Georgo delivered the funeral
oration over tho remains of Mr. W. S.
Edsou at Villa Ridge on Wednesday. Tho
remaius were iu charge of tho Villa Ridge
Masons, of which organization deceased
had been a member.
From tho last monthly report of the
city comptroller published with the council
proceedings elsewhere, it appears that out
of a revenue of 75,0:J3.88, divided into
different funds, 18,:11)3.07 has been ap
propriated, leaving a balance unexpended
Prof. Haunch, who represents the
piano houso of Baldwin & Co., Louisville,
Ky was in the city yesterday and making
inquiries regarding a site for a piano factory
which ho thinks of establishing here. Ho
has the knowledge of tho business aud tho
means to carry out bis plans at his com
mand. At a meeting ot the new board of di
rectors of tho Cairo street railway company
hell at tho office of tho company Wednes
day, tho following officers wero elected for
the enstieing year: J. A. Coldstino, presi
dent; AI. Lewis, vice president; II. C.
Schulze, secretary; Thomas Lewis, treasur
er and Calvin Neff, superintendent.
The Governor, appointed Harold W.
Moler, M. D., Cook county, a commissioner
to visit European hospitals and asylums for
thu insane and report upon their merits;
also, Oeorgo F. Kenower, of Belleville, as
trustee of the Industrial University at
Champaign, to fill tho vacancy caused by
the resignation of Hon. T. T. Fountain. '
A new transfer steamer is being built
at Jelfersonvillc, of unusually largo dimon
Bions, to be used at this point by tho Illinois
Central and Chicago, St. Louis & New Or
leans railroads, instead of thoMcComh.
Tho latter is capablo of carrying only
twelve cars at a time, the new ouo will
have a capacity for sixteen. The now boat
is now in course of building, but will not
be finished until about spring.
Mr. H. T. Gerould lias left the city for
good and gono into business at Mendota,
111. Messrs. Louis C. Herbert and James
Kolch have formed co partnership and will
carry on tho gas fitting and plumber
business, as successors to Mr. Gerould and
Mr. Chas. P. Newland. We take plosuro
in calling tho attention of tho reado of Tub
Bulletin to tho now firm's advertisement
clsewhcro in this issue.
Captain II. V. Thompson's new trans
fer boat, for tho Texas & Cairo railroad,
has not yet arrived. But the incline at
Bird's Point will bo about finished next
Monday, and then tho boat must bo on
hand before the company can transfer its
freight. It is likely, therefore, that tho
boat will bo ready and on hand hero tho
first days of next week. It is understood
now that tho boat will bo tho "Pacific,"
now in use at St. Louis.
Capt. Mark Colo who has a government
contract for building dikes on grand chain,
is in town and reports having fifty men at
wo rk on the dam on the chain, but the
rise in the Ohio may in a day or two inter
fere and stop all future operations. The
work upon tho chain, which began three
years ago, has been so frequently interrupted
by high water thatbut fourteen weeks actual
labor has been performed during that peri
od. Tho Wabash railroad officials have
been testing tho operations of their Mogul
engines, and tho service they perform com
pared with lighter engines. The Mattoon
Gazette says they aro divided iu opinion,
although a majority consider the Moguls
most economical in fuel and train hands.
Trackmen are unanimously of opinion
that the damage to road-bed byBUch heavy
engines and cars more than equals the sav
ings effected by discatding ligher engines
A lady named Mrs., Aberuathy walk
ing with her child in her arms, along Fifth
Btreet back of Washington avenue yester
day, foil and bruised herself and child con
siderably. She was in a hurry to board a
train, and thesido walk being very bad,
she made a misstep aud fell. Tho sidwalks
on both sides of tho street there are in very
bad condition. Ono side ought by all
moans to bo reconstructed as Alderman
McIIale proposed in tho council at its last
meeting. A hundred dollars spent for re
construction may prevent a suit for dama
ges to a much greater amount.
Tho old German named Floto, who
arrived on tho steamer Gus Fowler Wednes
day afternoon in a dangerously sick con
dition, died yesterday morning early at his
homo in Mrs. Eagan's house, on Commer
cial avenue, near Fourteenth street. He
was buried, at tho expense of the county, at
the Seven Mile graveyard. He was em
ployed of lato in perfecting a patent ex
tension table, with a model ot which ho
went to Cincinnati to enter it at tho ex
position there. Ho and his wifo (who
constitutes tho family) were in destitute
circumstances, as ho applied much of his
time in perfecting his patent and trying to
bring it to the notico of the proper depart
ment at Washington.
Alexander county has boon fortunate
in the selection of nearly all its officers do
ing several years back. With one or two
exceptions (who wero Republicans), all her
officers havo been scrupulously honest and
faithful; and these faithless ones had not
tho opportunity to do very much harm,
comparatively speaking. Other counties
iu this end of tho stato have not been so
fortunate Pope county had its extravagant
and dishonest Republican board of com
missioners and sheriff; Jefferson county had
its defaulting Republican collector; John
son county has its crooked Republican
county clerk, if the Republican Journal is
to bo bolieved, and Pulaski
county well, Pulaski county has
its Republican candidate for
tho stato legislatureDan Ilogan who was
once upon a time collector of that county,
but who is so no more "and has unto this
day refused to surrender the books of the
county which contain a record of his public
transactions with tho people's money.
Alexander county has iudeod been fortunate
in the selection of its county officers.
"Tho millinery of tho approaching
winter," says tho Bloomington Bulletin,
which is good authority, "so far as heard
from, will consist of two extremes, tho
small capotes and tho largo capotes and
tho large round hats in Reubens and Rem
brandt shapes. Thero will bo for qutot
tastes, a few medium sized pokes, but it is
between tho cIoho fitting capote, which is
almost a turban, and the wide hat that tho
principal contort for supromacy will be.
Abroad these small bonnets aro the one
idea for full dress. Tarisian women wear
largo hats only for driving and on tho
promenade. For fashionable calls andjbr
the theatre, etc., the small capote, which
is little more than a head dress, is tho cor
rect thing. For the opera it becomes, in
fact, merely a head dross, acrown of flowers,
edged with laco and hold tty jowellod pins.
In London, whero bonnets, as such, aro
tabooed at the theatre, theso pretty little
capotes aro expected, and tho wearers are
allowed to retain them on entering the
The Republicans of tho city had a
nice littlo meeting at the court houso last
night to hear Hon. Richard J. Oglesby
make the opening speech of the campaign.
There were sixty or seventy-five whito voters
and about again as many colored. Enthusi
asm was confined principally to the dark
side of the houso, and thore Jim Orange
was tho most demonstrative. Mr. Oglesby
spoke for about an hour and a half, touch
ing upon matters in goneral and growing
quite eloquent at times,' but scrupulously
avoiding several subjects which are of tho
greatest importance to tho poople of this
stato and of this congressional district. He
spoke of tho Republican party in general
eulogizing it to tho skies, giving it credit
for all tho good tho people enjoyed and the
deploring tho possibility of its defeat.
Ho spoko of the war, the results
thereof bo far as tho colorod pcoplo were
concerned, of tne nationnl banks, of tho
tariff, of t!ie internal revenue, of currency
of the uational debt, and of the soldiers
and their ponsions, and in every instance
sought to justify tho policy pursued with
reference thereto by the Republican
party. Ho spoke also of Mr. Oglesby un-
blushingly, eulogizing himself, both
as a soldier and as a trustoo of great public
interests, and as an experience statesman who
had devoted years of study to master the
great problems of government presen
tod to him in his high public position. And
ho expressed himself as being satisfied with
his present position "with its politi
cal opportunities" the sly old fellow.
Ho barely referred to Prohibition
in a singlo remark which, like Republi
cans everywhere, gave, no indication
of what his or bis party's position wns
upon the subject. And he said not a word
about Mississippi river improvement, didn't
mention the subject in which, above all
others, the people of tho west generally
and of this district particularly, aro deeply
interested. This fact is signifi
cant. Ho knows that the record of
the Republican candidate for con
gross, from this congressional district, will
not bear mention, much less examination.
He spoke of Captain Thomas' position upon
the national bank question, saying that ho
was sure the captain would voto to main
tain it intact as it was; he spoke of the cap
tain's stand upon the tariff question, feel
ing sure that ho would vote not to reduce
tho tariff; he was sure that Captain Thomas
would not vote to roduco internal revenue,
and thereby lighten the burden of tho peo
ple and prevent tho accumulation of over a
hundred millions more of revenuo than
was necessary to run tire government even
at its present extravagant rate, but he bad
not a word to Bay about Captain Thomas'
position upon tho Mississippi river
improvement question not ono word. But tho
ex-governor and would-be senator mado a
very nice little speech to which we shall
take pleasure to refer from time to time
WILL CAPTAIN THOMAS ANSWER?
Metropolis is a city ot mills and manu
facturers. Theso mills and manufacturers
are wholly dependent on the river for trans
portation. Unless the river is kept in good
condition for navigation our manufacturing
industries will certainly como to a dead
stand still. New York and New Hamp
shire havo somo mills for the manufacture
of knit goods knit jackets, hoods, hose
and half hose being a part of their pro
ductions. These goods ane bought and
worn by the laboring classes in Metropolis
who work at tho saw mills, the grist mills,
tho ship yards Btid factories of this town.
In the recent session of congress Capt.
Thomas'wo believed voted for an addition
tional bounty to these New York and New
Hampshire manufacturers of 50 percent.
In the shape of additional tariff protection
on their goods. And when he did this, ho
voted an additional burden on Metropolis
workingmen. When ho was asked to voto an
appropriation of the public's money's for the
improvement of the Ohio river and tributary
streams on which Wm. Tole tfc Co., Yost,
Bigelow & Co., Alfred Cutting and A. R.
Loud& Bro. depend for supplies of timber
and the floating to market of the boats they
build and tho products thoy manufacture.
Capt. Thomas either voted no, or else he
dodged every timo. Wo want to know how
Capt. Thomas can voto to help tho working
men and mill owners of Now York and
New Hampshire and vote against a measure
calculated to beggar tho laboring men of
his town ami injure if not destroy tho busi
ness of thu mill owners of Metropolis. Let
him and his organs answer if they can.
WHAT MUTINY IS.
Several months ago, as tho readers of
Tun Bulletin will remember, Leander
Huff, mate of tho towboat Lourey, refused
to obey his captain's orders when the tow
was some distance above Memphis on bor
upward trip. The captain told him ho was
no longer mate, and ordered him to come
up and get his money and leave tho boat.
This Huff refused to do, and aftor a verbal
passage with his superior officer and trying
to get tho crow to mutiny shot at him sev
eral times. Ho was arrested and brought
to trial before the United States court.
The jury found a special verdict on the
facts, as stilted, and loft the court to decide
whether or not Huff had been guilty of
mutiny or rovolt. The defense hold: 1.
That Huff was an officer, and, theroforo,
not one of tho crew, in tho purview of tho
statute ; and, 'i. That having beon discharged
by tho captain he was no longer under the
control of that ofTicor.
Judge Hammond decided: 1
1. Sections S3, 58 aud 00, United States
Revised Statutes, punishing revolt or en
deavor to make revolt, any one of the crew
of an American vessel embraces the mate
and all other officers inferior to the matter.
2. The fact that at tho inception of the
difficulty the maater discharged the mate
does not roleaso him while ho remains on
tho boat. Every one of tho crew while on
board is bound to obodienco and subordina
tion to all proper control an3 discipline.
3. Theso statutes do not include every
case of Bimplo disobedience, but do embraco
every case of resistance to tho freo and
lawful exerciso of tho master's authority,
when accompanied by force, violence,
threats or conspiracy.
4. An unlawful confinement under the
law extends to any prevention or restraint
of the master in tho freo use of every part
of the vossel in the performance of his
Huff has jumped his bond and is now at
When a lecturer has worked the ladies
of his audience so near to the weeping
point that they have gotten out their hand
kerchiefs, and then suddenly changes his
tone and speaks of the meritB of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, ho is bound to rouse a feel
ing of indignation.
Tho U. S. government aro using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Rolleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of tho
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, havo sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and denressed snirits. and in.nnrAllv
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once ami procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for tho trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test tho merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs aro requested to call at Harry
W. Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery fur Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Notirna In thla rnlnmn ihrm. llm.- wMAn.
onetnaertiou or f l.ou per week.
WANTED. -An aent in thla vicinity, to sell
Watcbea on Installment plan. Liberal terms
to the right party. Addresa Kecretary Merrlmac
Watch Compauy, Haverhill, Mans. et-c-o-d.
WANTED:-A house containing seven or eight
room. Anil nfirmaipv t.n, A. ............... I..-
Apply at ttfe Box Factorv. t. '
NO. ON B FERRYBOAT FOR HALK.-112
f"et lonL'. 2S feet henm! will i-.r.v air ..... ....
horse wagons. Price fourtaoiiKHnd dollars For
information addrens W. A i'nit
"191m Leavunworth Kan.aa.
FOR HALE. Blanks, Ctiattal Morgaees, Special
W arrantv and WnrrHntv V. u.iitAi-
Job office W I hio Levee .
T PRINTING OFFICKS-Wo h.v., . l.,on
atockof !Mx:i, No. 1 "M" nea that wo will sell to
Sinntora only, in lots of not leas than two reams, at
I'i.P'fwanicasli. Address E A.Burnett. Bui
AN 8 r 10 horac power norlffht cnirlnn. In onnA
condition, and U foot bor znnial 2 II
with all the valves, pipes, new beater, drive well I
watertaak. etc., new awoke stack all complete, I
pricn vw, Auureas r.. A nnrnett, Cairo, 111
WANTED.-Threa ladlea and two gentlemen of
pleasing address to travel In llrht, honorable
and profitable business Send hnirm dilr,.
(street and number) to TAYLOR CO., 61 Gris-
woiq street, uetroit, Mich., whose representative
will call and explain business. References re
quired. JAMES KELCH& CO.
H. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W LAND.
AND (US FITTERS,
DRIVES WKLLS, FORCK AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, CAS FIX
TURES or all kinds furnished to order, old fixtures re
bronzed; Jobbing promptly attendsd to. Otdurs
received at Daniel Uartinau's or at tho shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE 11KTWEEN
NINETII AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIRO .... 1 1,1V.
i BJHER i
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
Lato Kochler's, on Eighth Street.
CaMforn.a Wines, Cigars of ovorv choice brand
and Liquors of all alnds always on hand. Custom
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THK CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
, PACKED FOR SHIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
O JH' if i a K l
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1E 11 So CO..
Cor. Nlnoteonth street) Pair A Til
, Commercial Avenue VallU All
O O A. la
13 Stoves D
S Tinware. S
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .VdFk3 STATES.
On and after Monday. July 21. an 1 until fnrtbrr
notlc.tbe ferryboat Three Htatea will run aa near
as posatbleon the following time table:
MiVIl LIAVIB LMTII
Foot Fourth st. Missouri Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
- - "
8:Ma. m. 7:on. m. 7:30 a. m.
K:30 " B:0O o.-.jO "
' llnio " n::)
2:oOp.m. a:iup.m. 3:Wp. m.
Leavi Leave Leave
Foot Fourth St. Kentucky Ld'g. Missouri Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentucky 1 anding at 4 :Wo'clock
p. in., the boat will go to illrda Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. paa.onger train for Cairo.
Flrattrlp a' :. m. leaving Olro. Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
dials' hs in
FL0UP- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wleat.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee,
OVlItO, ILLINOIS ;
CHOKE HORINO A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMCNITION.
Safes Ko.ialted, All Kinds ol Keys Mado.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F, BROH8, Presldont. P. NEFF, Vice Pros'nt
II. WKLLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
F. Bro Catro I William Kluto. .Cairo
Peter NolT " William Vol?.... "
M OaterloU " C.O. l'atler "
E.A.Buder III. Wells.
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest' paid It
the Havings Department. Collections mad and
all business promptly attended to.