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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25. 18
;v.iiru lii tm column. ini cni. per line for
Inland live cuw Pline eachauheequ entt u
Mm., r'nr ou woe. uoeunle per lino, tor onti
mouth, Mlecnu per line
I. 0. 0. F., 224.
All brother are invited to attend a spec
ial meeting for the purpose of conferring
degrees, ou Saturday evening, August 25th,
8 o'clock. Qko. J. Bkkchkk, N. G.
A Ur'o uumber of men wanted to make
staves. Steady employment given from
now until next sprint.'. Full wages paid.
a,.u. t.. t Mlv. H-etor. Ark., or to
Farubaker & Co., Ctiro, Ills.
lleid A Hue her.
John llegi and Kberliard Bucher have
forme! ft partnership in butchering and
will c xitinuu the business at the old stand
of J ohn H'i.'i on Commercial avenue, be
tween 19th and 20:h. Old and new custo
mer, are invited t call oa them and th.-y
will h';i la full assortment of the best ot
rut meat- at all times and all kinds of John
He -i's celebrated make of sausages during
Saddle Hock Oysters at Deliauu 50 Ohio
Proposals lor Filling.
denied proposals will be received up to and
intluding Thursday the 2J I ins:, for five
hundred yard of earth more or less, to be
placed upon the school property on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streets.
By order of the board.
X. B. TUISTLUWOOD,
J. A. GOUMTINE,
Cairo, Ills., August 15th, 18&1.
For a good ueal go to DeB iun's, 50 Ohio
New B )ardiug House.
Mrs. H. E. Norman has opened a first
clas boarding house in the Bribach house,
opposite Court House, where regular board
ers aud transient guests will find good ac
commodation. Board an I lodging 4 00
per week, rates to transients $1.00 per day.
Tble supplied with the best the market
Fresh oysters at DeBauu's, 50
TO C0XTIUCT0U3 A NO BCILDEBS-
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of H. H. Candee, Cain, Ills., any time be
fore nooD of August 3lt, 153, lot furnish
ing the materia. s aul erecting a building
at Cairo. Ills., to bf kuon as the A. B.
SutLrd Memorial Library Building, accord
ing 'o the plans au l specification 'printed
copies of the specifications can be furnished;
to be seta at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be submitted for any part or
parts of the work, or for the whole of it.
U wlaad su'ficie t I) ml will be re
quired. Any or all bi 1 nnv be rejected.
Adlress t) trie uak-rsignei marked
"Proposals for Sitlrd Memorial Library
Buiid. ng.'' Anna E. Saffokd.
Curo, IiU., Aug. 10.
F t a goxJ cjp of tea or c.ilfjo, p- to
New BLtokstuitu Shop.
A tw hore shying ifiop !is been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers oa Tenth street. All
uan'ier of b'.wkrin. thing and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. EitulioiT Furniture Rooms.
Dm'tbuyaii km I of furniture until
you h ve seen tue bvtatlt'ui stock at 101
Co nin-riitl avenue near Sixth street, up
stairs. All the late-t stvles at close prices.
Restaurant an 1 O.ster H 'Us;,
For Sdlrt ur Trade.
A tirit-clai property c HiMiting of 3 acre
gaMeti. etc., a good Iwelling house, & t-tore
house 70 f'i t deep, 2-story burn, ice house,
corn crib-, sinoiie-liou-ie, well, cistern, etc.,
at S t'Kiniul I Lul ling' can be bought for
casti or I will exchange for Cairo property
I me in business. Come and see inn.
UjiJtf Jons Tannkh.
Em iry'o Little Catli artic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vrge
table. 15 cents. (1)
HEN ERA li LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticuf In ttiey cimnai.n. "ti fntilf lir tint,
(i- iwHrtinri mid wliKllu r msrkeil ur not. if film
I .ted In f ia-il uv mill's liiidiiuiu lulrrunt are
Mrs. J. II. Hobinson returned yester
day from a long visit to friends in Spring
field and KmsasCity, Mo.
A meeting of the O 11 Fellows is call
ed for Saturday night, for the purpose of
conferring a degree. See special locals.
The proliibitiouists of Ohio have Bet
aside one day iu each month for prayer,
uutil the election comes oil' in that statu.
The census proves that the uumber of
purs ins in a family in the United Hiates is
a small fraction over five, In souiu fami
lies the husband is the small fraction over.
--No criminal binineaa in any ol the
police courts in the city yesterday. Per
haps the good use that is being made of the
chain gang of late has something to do
with the scarcity ol new iccriiiis,
Bunk checks made to order, bound in
books, f 4 00 per thousau l,'it Tint Bui.i.k
tin otlice. Performing 25 to 50c, number
ing f 1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or chi cks, if
The philosopher has at last entered
upon the discussion of a sub
ject with which hu is very
likely more famillir than he lias shown
himself to be with the subject of filling up
enters upon the mysteries of the game
of si ven-up in connection with the discus
siou of the street filling problem; acknowl
edges that we will have "high" and "low,"
but fails to see(whore"jack"acd the "game"
willcomuiu. Ileseems not to know tint
we have "turned jack" on him already, and
before this band is played we will convince
him that wo hold trumps enough to catch
whatever "game" may bo out.
The body ot a white man was picked
up out of the witer yesterday morning,
just below the Illinois Ceutral warehouse,
below Fourth street. The face was so far
decomposed and disfigured that the features
cmld not be distinguished and there was
nothing found cm tho body that indicated
its identity. Coroner Fitzgerald held an
inquest over it, and it wns iaterrod at the
Seven-mile grave yard.
Preparations for opening the Young
Men's Christian Association reading room
are nearly completed. The event will take
place next Thursday with suitable cere
mony. Mr. Crane has received a letter
from Mr. S. C. King, railroad secretary at
St. Louis, in which that gentleman signifies
his iutention to bo here and take pari in
tho exercises. Addresses, songs aud instru
mental music will bo the features of the
Mr. Lovelace, of L ivelacevi'le, Ky.,
cam.) over yesterday in search of a uero
name 1 Daniel S ims, whom he accused of
stealing a watch and a suit of clothes at
Lofelaceville some days ago. He described
tho negro to Constable Stieehan who search
ed through "Pinch" for him and found him
hi Iden in tho back room of tho ranch
kept by Mrs. Katherino Fisher, a colored
Amazon of police-court fame. Sams was
turned over to Mr. Lovelace who took him
across the river.
The street committee of the city coun
cil met yesterday afternoon, to consider the
question of beginning work on the sewer
outlets. It was decided to substitute au
outlet of not less thiu four feet in diameter,
for the twenty inch outlet at Tenth street;
to use this twenty inch outlet for a new
sewer through the levee at Twenty-eighth
street, and to make a thorough investiga
tion of the sewer outlet just above Gli
ghtr'a mill, to ascertain the reason of the
efong leak there during the late flood.
A match game of baseball, between a
New Madrid uiue aud a Tiptonville nine, at
the former place on Wednesday, resulted in
victory for the former by four tallies. Sev
eral of Cairo's best players were among the
deteatei nine, but tbey had'nt an opportun
ity to make tudr talent tell. Tho Eckfords
of Paducah ar: mious for ano'her c uteit
with the Cairo boys, they are impatiently
wailing for it, and will probably be accom
modated, of course, to their sorrow, whea
the Cairo boys return from the conquest
Coroner Fitzgerald h'.-ll an inquest
Thursday night over the mangle 1 tody of
Ned McGuire, kiliei oa the Illinois Central
track, and the verdict of the jury was that
death resulted from being run over by aa
engine. No fault attaches to those w ii i
had charge of the engine at the time. The
holy was turned over to th-i county au'h r-
ities for burial at the S-rven-mile grave
yard. McGuire has several children living
in Memphis, who are now orphans, the
mother having die 1 ia X'ili daring the pre
valence ot the yellow tever.
A brother aul two sons of the late
Henry Stoltenberg, better known as St ol
man, were in tho city Tnur lay to look af
ter deceased's estate. They came here tr.m
Davenport, Iowa, where they reside and
from whence Henry came here, assuming
the name of Sto'inan on account of bul
lies entanglements. What Henry left be
hind is personal property only, of which
ah .ut 310,000 brick is the principal. The
wl.ole personal effects are valued at about
fj,000. Alderman A. Swobola has been
A white man, "a sti anger in these
parts," thought he would "take in the town"
yesterday, as some men frequently do when
not encumbered w ith the restraints ot home,
lie had a littlu money, about fifty doiUrs,
he claims; he took aboard some "o' do gin
o' de cock-a-tail," aud then pai 1 a visit to a
negro dive in Pinch, where, he claims, tho
remainder ot tfie "pile, aoout f JO, was
"pinched" by a couple of the inmates. He
"squealed" to tho officers; but hu Could
prove nothing and was too tipsy anyhow to
know all he was talking about. But tho
matter is being investigated.
-The funeral of tho late Henry Breihan
took place yesterday afternoon. It was a
more than usually imposing one. The
It mgh and Hri ly lire company, of which
1 II t i I 1 t
ucccaHci na i iiecn a iiiemoer in goo i staini
ing, turned out to the number of an even,
lilly, in uniforms, and headed by the Cairo
City Band inarched to the residence of de-
coaM'd'a lainily where a Urge concourse of
citizens, friends ot deceased, had already
gathered, From tho residuum the proces
sion moved shortly after to thu special train
at tho foot of Eighth street. Four coaches
were tilled, and left shoitly after 2 o'clock
for Villa Kidgo wheto tho remains woro in
terred. The philosopher ot thu Argus senilis to
think that direct Jilting is to lie resorted
to such an extent, and that thu woik is to bo
o energetically pushed th it evoryb idy hi
the city will have to neglect his business
and, with shovel in livid, dig dirt for the
streets, llu sueis to think that our mills
will shut down and stop dhipplng flour, our
commlRslon merchants will close their
Mores aud stop shipping pro luce; our liter-
chants will stop shipping goodf, etc., etc.--that,
in short, there will bo no influx of
wealth whatever from any source, and that
all production will cease in tho city because
i virybody will be engaged in shovelling
dirt. Comment upon this crazy idea is
Tho proposition made and adhered to
by tho philosopher of the Argus,that the less
business there isdonu in this city the wealth
ier it will become, is, to our notion (foolish
notion, perhaps) so palpably contrary to
reason that no sensible, thinking business
men will entertain it or even consider it se
riously for a moment. Wo apprehend that
there is little dauger that any of the mer
chants in tho city will seek to put tho phil
osopher's notion to practice, by discourag
ing consumers to purchase their goods, in
order that they may not have to send money
to St. Louis. Chicago, New York, etc., for
new stocks. They will probably ccotintie
to keep their places of business open, dis
play their goods and try by all fair means
to soil them at a reasonable profit. But it
is probable that the only manner in which
the philosopher of tho Argus could be con
vinced of the unreasonableness of his idea
would be by a practical illustration, aud we
will here make a proposition: Let any
merchant or business man who deals iu
goods not manufactured in this city, close
his house for a term of mouths and .-quit
down in front of thu locked door, with a
shotgun in his hand, ready to pulverize any
of his cust miers who might insist upon re
ducing his stock by purchasing a small ar
ticle. If at the end of this term of mouths
this merchant can show at larger gain than
his ue.xt door neighbor who kept his store
open, sold his stock, bought a new stock
and sold halt' of that, then wo will cheer
fully admit that the philosopher is a good
philos ipher and all the rest are fools; that
his theory about business aud commerce,
and of municipal affairs generally, is the
correct theory and that the notions about
business entertained by our uiorchmts gen
erally are very foolish notions. But uutil
this matter shall havo been thus determln-
e 1 we for onj must hi permitted to very
humbly beg leave to differ with the philoso
pher. MARRIAGE BELLS.
Mirried, Wednesday evening, August 22,
15.2, at half-past tight o'clock, by Uev.
F. A. Davenport, Mr. Alex. Abel and
Mirs Nellie McGahey.
Long before the appointed hour a large
c mcourse of invited guests and relatives had
gatiierel at the residence of the bri le's
parents c ru-r 28:h and Poplar streets.
Promptly at tho appointed hour, the
pnpultr couple took their stand in tho
brll.iititly lighted parlor, the bride leauing
oa her father's arm, behind them wai a
1 v-iy wreath of evergreens and flowers aud
suspended frjui the hanging lamp before
fieni w )rke 1 from the samo materials were
I '.... U-ti.ti V V iE,-Lr. (.ill NY i.
T.i'? ceremony wn conducted in the
b-.-autiful an 1 impressive form of the Epis
cop.l clrirch an I the responses were uttered
pr uuptly land distinctly.
After the pr ifu-e an J hearty congratulation-,
refreshments were served in abundant.-,
and j i Iglng from the prompt manner
iu a hich tlo-y dis appeared, and lavish praises
they rec -ivc 1 "weie highly appreciated.
The rest ' the evening was given over
to, icial e-.j lyineiit; s'm-j repairing to the
cr .quet groiini, which was brilliantly
lighted with chines i lantern, others eugag-
in' in s cial c mve.-s ation. while a number
t'k charge of the piano and entertained
thems l.es an I others with playing aud
.... . 1 i ! I I
t. tig. rig. lli istiey were entertained un
a late ho U .
The happy c mpio were thu recipients of
a great many elegant mid costly presents.
B:lo-.v we hav: appun 1 :d a partial list.
Han Is line ti iy, sister Until.
Jap in.'S'i c. inii-i bra ckets, Cousins, Louie
and Lucy E it.
Elegant ph itograiih album, Miss Ella
Fancy picture album, Mrs. Charles Lan
ca.tet. Silver butter knife, Mrs. Winter, Du
Elegant toilet mats and splasher, sister
Silver and gla.-s pickle castor, Will Wil
liamson. Silver butter dish, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Sit silver knives, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Winters, Du Quoin.
Handsome bed spread, Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Kut, uncle and aunt.
Silver butter dish, Jessu Winters anil
J u no Palmer, DuQ loin.
Lovely chamber set, twelve pieces Mr.
nud Mis. Frank Spencer, c imins.
Han. 'some pi n qii ), cousin, Itnhhiu Eut.
Set glass sauce dishes, Miss Isah Floli,
Haiidsomu lacu liiiiikeichief, Mies Mutt io
Mr.G ihey, Murphysboro, aunt.
Pair silver napkin rings, Mr. and Mrs. P.
E. Powell, cousins.
Elegant lamp lint, Mrs. L..ie M. Wat
kiiis, Charleston, Mo.
Sot silver knives, Mr, and Mrs. A. C.
Brooking, Du Quoin.
Beautiful photograph album, U. A. Dur,
Jr., St.. Louis, cousin.
Handsome hand mirror, brother Mark.
Silver and glass pickle castor, Mr, and
Lovely table cloth and napkins, Mr. mid
Mrs. H. W. Dyer, Dongola, uncle and
Handsome Ret solid silver tcaHn mnH in
cue, uncle Samuel nud aunt Esther Abel,
Silver and glas enko basket, and jelly
dish, Miss Minnie Nash, St. Louis.
Lovely book and rocking chair, brides
Silver napkin ring on base with bird,
brothers Charley and Joe.
Handsome tidy, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Matthews, Junction, cousins.
Silver butter knife, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
MeOahey, Anna, uncle aud aunt.
Silver castor, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Auger.
Handsome table cloth nud Napkins, Dr.
and Mrs. Gennello, Du Quoin, uncle aud
Elegant toilet set, Mrs. Laura Winters,
Du Quoin, aunt.
Silver and glass card receiver, Mr. and
Mrs C.J. Ingrain, Dongola. cousins.
Handsome salt an J pepper set, Mr. Joseph
Solonion, Du Quoin.
Beautiful perfumery bottle with bouquet
holder, hand painted, Miss Mable Dietrich.
Hanging letter receiver, Miss Minnie
Silver napkin ring witli water lily ba-e,
brothers Eddie and Sun.
Magnificent silver cake basket, Max..C'
Elegant French clock with broiizo tatu'f
hand-owe hanging lump and silver mat' h
holder, Herman Scbuh, E. H. Jam-8 and
C. W. Fraii k.
Lovely decorated chin candle stand,
Cousins, Johnnie and Minnie G'tim lle.
Several hands'. me bouquets of cut tloweis,
lrictidj in Du Q loin.
Handsomely bouu I copy f Moore's
poems, ladies rcckei, and nuint rou other
articles from the bride's parents.
Last night may be considered tho open
ing of the entertainment season at the Op
era Il 'U-e. At any rate, the elite rtaiiuncnt
presented to the public that gathered there
was in t-veiy way worthy of this distinc
tion. It was the occasion ot ttie lcuetit
tenden-d to Prof. Storer, in recognition ol
his ability .as a musician and f Ins valua
ble services to the mu-ic-loving public at
various times. 1 he Opera House was visit
o I by a large audience of cur best people;
people of high mu-ical ta-t-, whose mere
presence there in such numbers w u a great
compliment, but whose repeated tirau testa
tions of opproval and pleasure m.ist have
been all that the iuot ambitious am ong the
performers could have wished for.
Tue programme observe 1 was as follow s :
1. Overture Hippodrome B-iyr.
Brass Ban J, Prof. S'.our, Conductor.
2. Baritone Solo Selection from Lucre
tia Borgia Donuizati.
It. M. Davis.
3. Soprano Solo Grand Vaise,
Mrs. J. M. Laub leu.
4. Carnival ot Venice with variations,
Clarion, tte acd Piano, Prof. St'.rer and
Mi-s Itida Corliss.
5. Contral; Sii i -Un B.cii mi h
(,'larionette Obligaloi Mario Colli.
Miss Annie Pitcher.
0. Piano S do -Higgoletto, Verdi--Liszt.
Mrs. George Parsons.
7. Contia!to-The Tear G. Stc'elli.
Mrs. Mane Hester,
tj. Trio Rest fir the Weary, Ch. G niti'd
Mrs. Laiis ien, Mrs. II :ster and Miss Pitcher
!t. Overture P. imar.tic Keler Bel a.
Orchestra, Pr if. Storer, Coo Inctor.
1. Moonlight Medley Weutzol.
. S ipratio Solo Siia low Song,
Miss M. A lella Gordon.
J. Plan ' Solo Lis.. 'a transcription of
Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream.
Miss ltida Corliss.
1. Soprano Solo Cuvitiiiia, from Opeza
Linda Di Chainoiiuix, (with Clarionette
Mi-s Mamie Corliss.
0. Baritone S ilo Tho Diver,
E. Y. Crowe II.
7. Piano Duo -Overture Jto William Tell,
Mrs. Parsonsian 1 Miss Gordon.
8. Male Quartette -The Tempcnt Culls
away, Howard M. Dow.
Messrs. Metcalf, Frank, D tvU au I Crowell.
0. Selections from Maritana,
It will hu observed that the names that
appear iu the programme are those of not
only the best sing :rs mid instrumental per
formers in this city, but comprise also sev
eral from elsewhere. They bavo been so
often le loie the public and their talents
aru so well known to the readers of Tun
Buu.utik, that it is entirely siiperlluous to
say that the execution of the piograuiiuu
was masterly in every particular mid that
tho audience was ono of the best enter
tained and most pleased that ever gathered
there or anywhere else.
Tho entertainment was a success for all
Over The UnU'iTi'.
In twulity-MX di Hi hi: lit counfrli'H of llin
kIoIic, lliu k'ii:t min-i:on(in'ror, St. Jucolm
Oil, ib pniitiiid in cvry Iuiikiiuho.
Tim iiiiiiti iiiioitniit of tlm ninny ti'n-
tioiH now litiiiif,' iiHkud it.1 to tho iniicndinf
reduction In tlm rutu of letter ioHtnu aru
nntioiinci'd in h circulnr on thu tulij'-ct
which tliu iohIo11ci diipiirtmunt h Holding
to pojtiiniBtcrH. Following ru tliu moru
iiiiortiuit iminraphi of the circular:
"At'li-r thu ruductiou mt Into clhict the
thrce-cuut dcnouilaution of pimtn'g-8taiup
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. We have a liu-m
.'PEHAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
MttWIO OH LOU ALUM, (illtOXDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also (iEXUIXE DALMATIAN
1 fi unil 1 x ''omriH'r )
ilul Av loi.'
DliV (iUOI)S and NOTIONS,
n futl liii'- of u:l ch'j lutein newest colors
tll'l iiuii.l'y. 'Oi l ' '''! uiHiiufncturo.
CAKl'KT DKI'AHTMKN V.
Hnrlv Ilt'l"-. 1-, T ipiflncK. l:i;uiil, (111
l",.tti. .. A.:.
Clothing and Gents Furnishing
Th. ! jj'tr: :n.-ti u'.miiuoj full flo-T ami
i i ouiiiV.-. in n 1 ri'ip'.-'.i. (tun-In nre
L' ll.-ul;t!U'l ut laU-t rylt and t-ft ma
terial Bottom h-ict-ii and First-class Goods!
XKW VOUK STOKK,
A'i;nr.KLK AND P.LTAlI..
Tlu1 Urj-riM Viiiiety Stork
in Tin-. r; v
a. o. i'ATii:if Ac cx..
an. I sumpc 1 t-iiv.-loii;s will bu but lit'.lti
Us'-d, mid ii it di lirilil-j to Imve &.h iu ill &
fetock "f tin-in "U'V'iii l;ti ; ut tint litue a
pn--i Ii!-'. All p".- in inters hp.: tlii-rtdoru in
at ru..t. 1 t - iiiuit iliLir ii' iiaitiort- for three
cent ft miiii -i un I i-iivi-lop' m to (lU'iDtit.ca
that upon lieu -111 e-tiiu i'.i: limy lie dfcm
e 1 hulficicm to l i-t until the )irt dityofOc-toln-r.
T)t!n- ft-mii- -ii I the depurtiin ut
will nh'-iR-va it i J- riii'-d proper curt iil
tin; r. (piiM ion tor tii it di.-iiora:iiHtioii or
substitut'1 ii r-u 1 1 ililc miiount'.f the one And
twu-ctiit d'-iiniiiiiiiit o;is. In citlu-r cu: t
will uniir.-e-,.-my lor p-.atinibtcis to a l-
dr.-i-itl.c di pirfii'-.n: uul'-s.i tin' hupply of
ot'iiujih 'T 'iivioop'--m ut ilicm is clrnrly in
hulliniciit !or id : ni'iid of their oflic .'S.
I'li-.tmi-ti-t-i will tiikc n 1 1 avmliihle ine-ans
without in-urri:jj uny t-xpciisu to the de
piii'tiiuriit of cm lino pn -In: -rti'iition to the
coining r dii.-.t;"ii of pnMin", so that jmr-chiii'-rs
in iy not accuiniil'it': an imnco.'B
Hary supply of thrcf-ci nt htiunps or stamp
ed crivi-lnpi -. No iiMiini'iii' iils li'ivu )ut
linen iiiadii for the reduction of three cent
BfHllip- find cnvi oni in thu liandn of post
lllilslets or for the eXrhmil,'': by pohtUl.lhteriJ
of such Munpi. an I envelopes iu the hands
of piiviitc hold, ri. I'ntil further notice,
therefore, poMnri-teH w ill not make ex
chiines for the public, nor will they return
the ilep'iitiueiit the stoc.lv remaining in their
own h inds mi mid after the fust of Octo
ber. iSt iinpi-1 envelopes spoiled in direct
ing will, however, continue to ho redeiued
nt posture value as provided by existing
r K'llations. The two find thiec-ccnt
htiunps and stamped cnvclopeH of the prtB
cut designs will continue to lie vulid after
the 1st of October, and inu.-t bo accepted
in payment of posture whenever offered in
appropriate amountc. The three-cent
btainps may be us.:d in combination with
other deiiominalions on letters requiring
more than one rule of pi utujjo and on par
cel of third mi 1 fourth clus matter. The
department will In; ready to isMirj two-cent
adhesive Mmnps on tlm lol'i of .September,
and HHiinpi'd rnvelocn on the 1st of Hep
teinber ill nnlii ip itMa of their uho on thu
lrtl of October. No three-cent adhcHivo
Htiunps will be issued after the 14lh of Sep
tember, unless the icqiiiHition is accompan
ied with a Hlatemcut I rout tho piMtinaaler
that tlm slumps are needed for iiuinediiiso
use, and that the full r.upply railed for will
becmni! exhausted by the 1st of October.
No three cent stamped envelopes, cither
plainorHpecl.il request, will be issued after
the Hist of August, unlem accoiiipanhrl
with a statement similar to thu foronln.
Tlm new two-cunt Htiunps ami htampud en
velo,ea must not bo placed on milu by post,
masters or used bcloio tho lat day of Octo
ber, 1W). Special rcqileat unvelopcM of
tho now design supplied before Oct. 1 will
bo charjpjd and accoimtod for under cxist
inyj roKuUtioim, but hucIi envoi open must
not bo u.ud prior to that dutu."
GOLDSTINE & F
74 oi l io lkvp;k
ami Cor. Ilth & Wash. Ave.
QEOUiiK II. LEACH, M.I).
PHYSICIAN 4fc SUIIGEOX.
Spm-lal attutitlmi pnlil to the II nieuMhlc fat
mcm of Mirniral dli:ii n, uil Uii-euH-s of wolneo
an 1 rlil'iln n.
OKHCE On 11:1j ftr. l, ojiJm ,le tie I'oit.
ufllii;, Cairo, HI
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
128 Ci.iiiiiun inl Ave, Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt, E LECTIO VAI'uK and MKDICATKD
A :Jr In atlculai.re.
t'ON'sl'L TA'l'lON FUEE.
J)U W. C. JOChLYN,
u i;n r ist.
'Jl- Kli K-K.:.'l. turret, in-ar t on-f rrl: Ano
)H. E W. WTIITLOCK,
orrin-So. W t'ominrrclat Avunue, btwa
inf.: i aii'l N'l.'.h ttr,'ta
ikt. a, tMITM.
KliBRUT k. "HITU.
Grand Central Store.
(J A. IKO. - - ILL.
OKI I LEU
ilmi en lUilnUy Avenue, tu-luin-u r'liirth &cd
hi I z tii htrretn. C'airo. llllliuia
JfT"All klii(U ol l!2ht tint liuavy liUckmlthln2,
i!un ii(t crrli;u work doiiu lu the rauM wort
in anl 1 k u manner . II iri--i-lio:liiu n niifjcially ini
IiI tl. IN
tlWH, fiEAIN AND HAV
Ilitrhi'Ht ChhIi Price Puid lor Wheat.
nt(rHlLTOI OY tii'KOAT'P PATENT
Whol?H.ik Dctiilcr in Ice.
ICK HY THK C!AU LOAD Oil TON, WELL
I'ACKI'.D KOK fllll'ITNO
f'nr Loml: a rtjxMJialtv.
o k ii i m :
Cor.TwelJ'lli Kind tuxl Levee,
MAT'tO. I II tNMlH
Cairo & H. I.oul.s Pafkct.
Tlio pulutlal Aurhor Lino Himniur
Will cavi! Cairo evury faluriliiv and fiunlay cyon
tuic itt n o'ciuck, kIvMik Cairo a dully tout (orMt.
Inula , .
H'nr imrllciiUr b mlcK, vtc, apply to Capt.
Ttioa. W. HIilul'tKiUouurtl Anotil.nr Sol A.Stlter,