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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1884.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Heal Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter'! Block,
nrtuwU th. following ,r,.lS,!l.,Bt?
Companies, via. iinwwn vmu
Capital over $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
Th. TJlo. of Phil.d.lnhla, orwslMd la Wsi
P ' 1 tl AAA AAA
ASSetS. OVer $1,500,000.
Th Lion lubtcribod
Han t . 8a.000.00U.
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Call for b otter and eaUndare. lni ior ia
Amertcao Line of Steamship.
tad from all part or aurop.
I tmx-nt.imn aurnl CUDU HW lln for
Irit and five cent per line eaeh attMequent lnaer-
lion. For on wk. SOeenW per line, ror one
month. 60 cent per Una
a run,! Concert will be given at the
Presbyterian Church, Friday evening, Jan. I
18th. Tickets 25cts.
All persons running billiard tables,
temiboat and railroad runners, porters and
hotel runners, hacks, wagons and drays aBd
all other business that a license is required,
are hereby notified that they roust Uke out
their license at once as required by tbe city
djonuces. L. H. Mtkrs,
lw City Mrsbal.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 15th, 1834.-
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBun 56 Ohio
I e I
.v.tic to Tax Payers.
1 !! ii ve iie 'tx b tiK nd a n redv
to n-ci ive tin- t r Hie yer A. D. 1883;
m J is every ime Ichiws that there is no
show to dodtfe their taxe, my advice is, to
C"nie to tne court house n I pv their taxes
at once and save costs. Y 'lira truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, I1U Jin. 11, 1884. "
Kestturant and Oyster H use, 50 Ohio
A eood heating stove in first-class condi
tion, new crate and buket, lined with fire
brick. Apply at the Bulletin office.
85 Cents I
fill buy a good meal cooked to order, at
DeBauu's. tf I
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted j
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost .
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(3)
oa uenu I
win duv a gooa meai cooaexi w oruer ai i
DeBaun's. tf I
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Wahtid We want men ana women
everywhere, to sell our Diamonds. No
previous experience necessary. For partic
Ulars address WEAKLEY & BURNETT,
237 Vice Street, Cincinnati. 1-15-lm
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Sotltei la tne eommn. tea can la per line;
each inaertlon and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any men' boaUee lnvereit are
al waj paid for.
Local on third page.
Judge C. N. Damron, of Vienna, wu
In tbe city yesterday.
Ice, wood aod kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tt
Mrs. E. C. Clark left yesterday morn
ing for her home in Jefieraou City, Mo.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for Bale at Thk Bulletin office. tf
Misses Kitie and Phyllis Howard have
been in J ickson, Term., for a week, visiting
Miss Dutfin. They are expected to return
Mi.-K I) iTin.ti, ' J tck-onvle, I IhhiU,
wiM hm n vis tin.: lieio at the roiidence
"I lr. A B. O- b-n, left fur h ime yeater
-TV lull. a oi the VV. C. T. U. will
k'e ar.u.nr s ij'p rtt the TerapertnC'!
hal in i Tu,ia. eve Aaj. Supp-r 25 Cent.
Mi n in.- nr.iiieo lonk out
u.r v.h: tnu.,.; (rum ., t), ,he noted Wiz-
lanlO.l concn -ouyea, wh,ch arrived in
tbe city Monday.
-Frnk O. Warner, sv, 0f our telephone
manager, who hi been at hoou during th
holidays, took his departure forFlerida
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., Just received at
The Bulletin job office, No 78 Ohio
Samuel Carleton, a book peddler, wu
yesterday fined $10 and coats for plying his
vocation in tne city without hiving pre
viously obtained a license.
Gentlemen engaged in tbe different
branches of business, or in occupation of
any kind, for the pursuit of which
license if required by the ordiosnces, wil
find t notice in special local! signed by
Chief Myers, which should be hMded by
Father Uogsn, formerly of St. Joseph's
Catholic chnrch here, died dey or two
so t Petersburg 111. He bed been eick
for t coniidertble time.
The W. O. T. U. eupper t Temperance
ball leit night proted irreaiitable to many
hungry people who sampled liberally the
t MW ,Pretd Mfore th9nl
"Mr W,F" ch" 11 ,ecr,UrJ ,or 1
printine; company recently organized
in Bpringfleld, Ills. He has been at bis post
er duty there for several weens.
-50,000 6W envelopes, full govern.
I 4 . ..;.. kniimti 1mh and tll h
i uioui, uobujubiiit, - -
IUIM IU VUS VUB wv v - -w - i
bargain for next ten days. E. A. Burnett,
Job Printer. tf
The Merchant' Protective association
held a meeting at Temperance hall Monday
night, for the purpose of elect'ng officers
for the ensuing a year. But as the attend
ance was small the meeting adjourned until
the first Monday in February, and the
election was postponed until then.
Mr. Jenner, adjuster for the Spring
Held, Mass., Jfire ana Jttsnne insurance
company represented her., by Mr. Charles
Cunningham, nas oeen in tne city ana aa-
jutted tbe loas sustained by Mr. John
Eoehler in the Uta fire. The amount
agreed upon was paid over to Mr. Eoehler
Those who witnessed the performance
of "Tbe Jolly Pathfinders" before will bear
us out Id the assertion that it is one of the
moat entertaining plays extant, aad will
not fail to attend it again next Satur
day night, when it will be produced at
the Opera House by a company of first-
The rivers are rlsio? at Chattanooga,
Cincinnati, Louisville, Ilashville and St.
Louis. At Cincinnati the rise repurted by
Wst eyening'a bulletin was thrse feet 'wo
inches; at Nashville, five feet four inches;
at Cincinnati, one foot two inches; at the
other points leas thtn a foot. Here tbe
river fell seven inches during the previous
Yesterday wu taken up by tbe crcuit
court in tbe trial of the Linsev-IUinois
Central railroad company damage suit. The
evidence was concluded, Mr. Leek made
tbe opening argument for the plaintiff and
Mr. W. B. Gilbert bad begun the opening
argument for the defense when court ad-
50Urnej until this morning. It is expected
,u. v. .... ,n , ; k
that the case will go to the jury by noon to
Sunday night some one burglarized
the corn meal mill of Messrs. Wood & Ben
net, and stole a barrel of flour. The officers
kept a sharp look out for evidence that
might point to the perpetrators, and last
night Bargeant Mahanny and Officers
Tyler and Taylor arrested and jailed four
..o - roM namd Jrr Cox. Jsaaia R.d. rir.
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'0? YIVkgt Wh!lt " ,flrml7 b"
I natau uj iu uuitoia, mim iua gumy (jatiiea,
tk. neoroea ware i ailed and will ba axam
At a meeting of the American Legion
of Honor, held Monday night, tbe follow
ing officers were elected for the year: J. S.
McQahey, commander; J. A. Poore, vice-
commander; H.F. Potter, put commander;
Fred 8. Smith, orator; E. E. Ellis, secre
tary; W. L. Winans, collector; Tbos. M.
Lovett, treasurer; Dr. J. 8. Petrie, chaplain
and medical examiner; W. L. Bristol, guide;
PUr Neff, jr., warden ; Cyrus Close, senti
nel; F. W. Cherry, Wm. Winter, jr., and 8.
H. Taber, trustees.
The art classes of the Woman's Club
and Library Associstion, for which prepara
tion has been made, will soon be in pros
perous working order. The class in oil
painting has been pursuing its work tor
some weeks under Mrs. Qeo. Fisher, one of
Cairo's most skillful artists. The class in
wood carving, repousse and hammered
brtsa, modeling, etc., will be conducted by
Mrs. Korsmeyer, who has lately visited the
Pitman School of Design, in Cincinnati,
and spent some time there at work. The
classes in free-hand drawing, cbarconl,
crayon and pastel work, will open this
week under Mr. Hough, of Chicago.
For some time past a large portion of
th" Uitholie, people of the State o! Illinois
ve felt the necessity of organizing
some society within their own territory
somewhat similar to the Catholic Knights
f America, only limited within its owo
territory. For this purpose several promi
nent Catholics issembled sometime ago in
the Siae cxpital and procured a charter for
the organizition of the "Catholic Knights
of Illinois." A meeting was subsequently
called at Belleville, which resulted in tbe
acceptance of a suitable constitution for the
state council and for subordinate branches.
A committee were appointed to draw up an
address setting forth tbe necessity for some
kind of an insurance organization that
shall be strictly Catholic in its principles.
Local branches of the stats society have
been organised in various parts of the
state already, and th matter is being also
talked up in this eity. Tbe first annual con
vention ot the stats council will be held
a lecturer haa worked the ladiea
ot his audience so near to tbe weeping
point that they have gotten out their hand
kerchiefs, and then suddenly chanire his
tone and speaks of the merits of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup he is bound to rouse a feeling
The atatl Trial.
Pittsbvro. P., Jan. 15. The Nuu
trial wu tbe prlnoipal toplo ot conversation
throughout tbe olty last evening. Tbe Jury
oleoted is considered superior to thoss
ctrif rally secured on such oooaslons, and Is
satisfactory to both proseoution and tie
fence. The defeno ws strengthened to
day by the addition of Senator Voorhees,
who arrived in the. olty on an early train.
To prosecution will be added Fayette coun
ty' new dUtrict attorney, Mr. Cochran.
Mr. Boyle will open the ease for tbe prose
cution and Mr. Piayford will cross-examine
for tbe defence. Eighty-four witnesses
will be examined tor tbe prosecution. Mrs.
Nutt and daughter will be in oourt until th
end of tbe trial.
l'u?eiUng the Slam of ex-nator Mar
too. Indiamapolis, Ind., Jan. 15. Small,
pox baa broken out In the Jail of this olty.
Tbe unveiling ot ex-Senator Morton's
statue took piaoe this afternoon. Tbe
parade by tbe Grand Army of tbe Repub
lic aod military. The Introductory ad
dress will o delivered at Kngliih's theatre
by Gov. Porter, also addresses by ex- Gov
ernor Baker, Presideut of tbe Monumen
tal Association, and Hon. Josepb McDon
ald; oration oy Hon. B. W. Thompson, ot
Terre Haute. Tbe unveiling concluded
tbe ceremonies. Tb statue cost thirteen
Grand Bapids, Mich., Jan. lo. Morris
H. Tresucb's wholesale tobacco establish
ment was burnt lut nUbt considerable
lock saved. Loss twenty thousand, fully
Solomon Citt, Km., Jan. 15. Tbe
Hall Home, tbe oldest hotel in central
Kansas, burut lat nigh;. Loi unknown.
Salt Lakk, Utah, Jan. 15 Tbe Are
lut night in tbe Germanla white lead
works caused a los of of several tbousaad
dollars. Tne entire works eonialn a stock
valued at a quarter of a million dollars aod
Heavy Loaaee Light Inenraaea.
Clinton, Id., Jan. 15. Last night
about 11 o'clock a disastrous fl e broke out
in Keoney , 111. , au 1 swept away a consid
eraole portion of tbe business end. It
originated from a detective flue, and con
sumed the banlwar-store of Mem nan A
Kooinson, a saiuon owned by D. W. Ducy,
Kobina' dry good establishment and sev
eral empty buildings before a cbeok could
be placed on its progress. Tbe heavy
losers are .nernman & Kobinsoo. Tbe
total loss wili exceed $30,000, covered by
only $400 insurance.
A Maulleet awluule.
CHICAGO. Jau. 15. In au interview thl.
mornlnic DeuniS O' Conner. Treaaurer of
of Chicago's O'Donnell Defease Fund,
say toat the total amount received by Pat
rick Ford was nearly tfO.OOO. wmla aa-
cording to Alexander Sdlivau's, tbe en
tire cost of tbe defense wm about $12,500.
O'Connor says: "Irishmen are waiting
to near irotu rota regarding tbe balance,
and the sooner thev hear thn hutfoi- H
suggesu that tbe surplus withheld go to
All. j .
v uuuaeirs wue ana oiner neirs.
Tbe Story ol Lost Call.
MaCON, Mo., Jan. 18. An interesting
case has been decided in tbe Circuit Court.
Three vears azo Jane Hover and M. C.
Stone each lost a white calf. Mrs. Hover
found a caif. put It ud. and Stone claimed
It. They went to law end tbe oase bu
been In court aver alnoa. Tr w. i. lnlHa1
In favor of Mrs. Rover, wbo was given tbe
foow) tow. Tbe noata In th naaa lmnnnl
to M17 aod the eow weighs 800 pounds,
wblob wouid make the animal cost over SO
earns a pound.
(too. Uren t ames I brief.
QciscT. Jan. 15. An imnorUnt arreat
bu been made in tbe case of Geo. Green,
one ot s gang which committed a cumber
of the worst crimes recorded lo criminal
anna s bere for years. He will be prose
cuted for deadly assault aod robbery of an
old German. Another of tbe gang, named
Avery, escaped. He Is one of tbe men ac
cused ot the murder of Dr. Plerson, some
years ago, to Augusts.
t aint's niaalaar Han
Cairo, III., Jan. 15. .James L. Davis,
one of tbe men employed In tbe Singer
factory here, and wbone borne is in Utica,
N. Y., has been missing since tbe 2nd of
January. His valise aod clothing are at his
boarding bouse bere, and tbere wu no
cause known wbr be should leave, so tnal
foul play Is expected. He wm off work and
on a little spree on tbe lit.
Qolaej'a NeeonU Bridge Project.
QuiscY, III., Jan. U.-Tbe Western
Illinois BriiJge Company has ordered a
canvass for subscriptions for the erectionjof
a waaon and railroad bridge, making the
second bridge at this point. It will be ot
tbe Cantilever tt le, probably, and Is to
eosl about $500,000. Home subscriptions
of $150,000 will be asked, and bonds issued
to secure tbe rest.
Burned Her Bed.
Staunton, LI., Jan. 16,-For being to
free with the charms of anotberHungarian's
wife. M. runlet was last night driven out
and the bed of his paramour burnt in ac
cordance with the Hungarian law. Pobiet
will Hereafter, It U supposed, be a sort of
Hall Carrier I'roaen.
Ri8i.su 8un, Ind., Jan. 19. James
Sullivan, a mall earlier between Versey
and Aberdeen, was found two miles from
town on tbe side of the road in an Ineeusl
bie condition and slmoi". frozen. He will
Freight Train Dliebed.
ClRCLicviLLE, O., Jan. 15. Eighteen
cars were ditched by a broken rail on the
Cincinnati and Muskengum Valley road on
tbe w est bound freight. James McNemard
a brakeman was fatally Injured.
Columbus, Jan. 15. Tbe vote for
United States Senator thle morning re
sulted! House Payne, 54 j Gov. Foster,
S; blank, 89. Senate Payne, 22; blank, 8.
Confldeaiof Ula Beeeverr
Ntw York, Jan. 16. The condition of
Mr. Klnsella, of tbe Brooklyn Eagle, Is
much improved, and his physlolans are
confident of bis reoovery.
SeatesMed aw Dddta.
Rtjssellvilli, Ky.f Jan. 15. Jacob
Johnson, tbe murderer ot George Richard
In September, 1881, bu been found srullty
aad sentenced tedeatb.
anatll-Pex mt sonUvUle.
Louisvillk. Ky. Jaa. 16. Tbere were
two deaths from small-pox for Monday and
five new cases. There are 47 patients at
MARRIED HER FATHER!
While the Expootant Groom Worried and
Wrestled With the Vestry Door,
A SJerlo-Cotnio Scene t lb Chaaeel of
Philadelphia, Jan. 15. Tot strsage
scene has been presented here ef a clergy
man in a fuhiona ble obureh Joining in mar
riage a father and daugb ter. Th details
have Just become known, and th story Is
bow tbe chief toplo of society gottip. Iavl
tatloos were (siuedl to a large numbsr of
Pblladelphls's most fashionable people,
to be present at tbs Church of Epiphany to
witness the msrriags of Wilson Mttohdl, a
young gentlemsn well-known in socle ty, to
Miss Fanny Ellsabetb Kessler, daughter of
John Kessler, Jr. At the hour
esmed the spacious church wsa
orowded to overflowing, aod tbe assem
blage was anxiously awaiting the arrival of
tbe bridal party, Presently tbere wu a
whisper, which ran from tbe door to tbe
ebanoel, that tbey bad arrived. Tbe Rector
stood upend advanoed to the altar railings.
The deep tones of tbe organ pealed forth
Mendelssohn's "Wedding Msroh," the
swinging doors at the foot of the central
aisle swung open, tbe six usbers started
slowly forward, and following them csme
tbe bride attired In traveling costume,
leaning on tbe arm of her father. Tbe
wedding bad been arranged on tbe usual
English style, aod the bride was to be met
at tbe chancel steps by tbe groom, attended
by bis best man. Eyes wblob had been
fixed on tbe bride turued towards tbe door
of the vestry-room, from whlsb ber pro
spective husband wm expeoted to emerge,
but tbe door wu slightly olosed and It gave
no signs of opening. Tbe organ bad ceased
FATHER AND DAUGHTEI
stood before tbe altar, with tbe usbers
ranged on either side, and yet no busbsnd
had come forwsrd to elalm bis bride. Tbe
clergyman evidently did not understand
tbe situation, though It wm
evident from the rustle of excitement
which stirred tbe Msembled guests that
tbey were only too well aware tbat some
thing wm wrong. Tbe bride turned pale
and elutcbed her father's band convulsive
ly, and tbe father's face grew scarlet in
the suppressed excitement of the moment.
The awkwardness of tbe situation was in
creased whe n, In solemn and deliberate
tones, Mr. Klnsalvlng began to read the
marriage service. He bad mistaken the
father for tbe groom and wm about to
marry him to bis own daughter. Tbe excite
mem wm Intense. On every eountensnoe
was uepioied a consciousness of tbe situa
tion, yet no one spoke, and the clergyman
proceeded with tbe service. Wben at
length be came to tbe words, "It any man
can show Just cause why they may net law
fully be Joined together, let him now speak,
or else hereafter forever bold bis peace. ' '
Tbere wm a noise outside, and the door at
the foot ot the nave wm thrown
violently open aod Mr. Mitchell, attended
by his best man, both nervous and excited,
and both uben pale, came rushing up the
aisle. A few words suffloed to explain
matters to tbe Mtonlsned clergyman. By
some means tbs
VESTRY DOOR HAD BEI2C LOCKED
end the two gentlemen were thus prevent
ed from making their entrance when tbe
orgsn gave tbem their clue. In vain tbey
tried to open It and bad lost valuable time
la the effort. When tbey abandoned tbe
attempt it took them several minutes to get
out of tbe vestry and around to tbe other
door. The ceremony wm again begun and
tbe wedding duly solemnised, but tbe
shock which tbe young lady's nervous sys
tem received wm severe, aod for a time it
wm feared it might be attended with seri
Statistic Trans Sapertateadent Cole
man's Aaaoal Beaerl.
JsrrzRSOJt City, Mo., Jan. 15. Super
intendent Coleman bu completed tbe 8Vb
annual report of tbe public ssboolt of
Missouri. It sbows that a marked Im
provement has been made. Tbe number
of school children In St. Louis, Including
tbe county, between the ages of 6 and 20 U
117,036. The total amount nowbeldtothe
credit of the school fund is J3, 600 131.65.
Tbe number of scbool children lo tbe Slate
Is as follows: White, 719,670; colored,
43,823; to: al, 762.993. White children at
tending school, 407.5091 colored, 23.820;
total, 611.829. Tbe number of teachers
employed in the State Is 12,077, and the
average salaries paid a month $46 61. Tbe
amount paid out tor teachers' wages, last
year, was 2,648,582 03. Scbool property
of tbe State is valued at $9, 289,409 95, and
tbe total smount of receipts paid Into tbe
scbool fund during the year were $4,272,
Charges of CraeJly.
Bloominoton, 111., Jan. 15. A sensa
tional divorce suit haa been commenced In
the Circuit Court ot this city, Mrs. Msry
Garthwuit, a prominent and popular mem
ber of B ooroington socle. y brlnglna suit
against ber buabsnd, Louis Oarthwsit, a
jewelry merchant of this olty, charging hlra
with having attempted to kill ber s few
day S'.'o by drawing a revolver and firing
one or two shots. The bill also alleees tbe
rnont extreme acts of cruelty. On one oc
cation be threw ber down and attempted to
cut ut ber tongue with a butcber-knlfe.
Garthwait bad been a prominent resident
of tl oomlneton for a number of years, and
lived in Cincinnati before be osme bere.
For tbe Wldaw Waebbarpe.
Vandalu, Jan. 16. The oliizens have
Jiift made up a handsome purse, besides
contributing numerous valuable articles,
for tbe widow Wathburne who lost nearly
everything she bad by tbe recent burning of
the old Thompson Hotel In this city, of
which she was proprietor.
Sunk by an lee Sorf.
Little Hock, Ark., Jan. 15. -The
breaking up ot tbe Ice gorge at Ft. Smith
resulted in the sinking ot tbe steamer Fort
Smith and a saw-mill boat owned bv Capt.
Why bark. Huff A Blakely owned th Fort
Smith. Damage to each estimated at $3,
Murder la the fire Decree.
Macow. Mo., Jan. . Wm. Reed,
wbo killed Mat. Holley, DeoemberH, has
been indicted (or murder In the first de
gree. The trial occurs next week, when
tbe prisoner will plead insanity.
Deatb af a feasale FMIaalhroplai.
Maldeh. Mms., Jan. IB. Mrs. Valeria
Stone bas died from tbe effeots of a (all
lour weeks ago. During tbe past few
year he bss given colleges snd tobools for
irls over 400.000.
Plympton has made a large fortune by
his inveotioo of the roller sktte.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and A.ate Ironware.
Roofiiifr, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th Si, Cairo.
TELFPHONK NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIR0 ILL
Telephone No 101
Engravings and Wall Papers.
REPORT OF TIIK CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, in the State ol Illinois, at tbe close of
reccraher 31st, 1883.
Loan and dlacount....
V. 8. bond to (ecarfl circula
tion Other tock. bonda and mort
Da from approved reserve
agent.... I TWW
Dne from other National bank 30,719
Due from Slate banks and
Real estate, furniture and Hi-
Checks and other cash Item. . 1.3-TS
Bill of other Banks 14,111
Fractional paper currency,
Nickel and pennies 350
Uold $16 WW no
Silver 8.055 70-S.hl
Legal Tender note 15.WJ0
Redemption fund with U. 8.
Treasurer, (S per cent, of
Du from V. 8. Treaeurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demotion fund 1
Total. $765,804 S6
Capital stock paid in.. .....$ liYi.000 00
Burplua Kund 160,000 00 ttO.000 00
Undivided Profit 1,100 08
National bank note outstand
ing " 45,000 00
Dividend unpaid. ................ 5,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
check $317,827 34
Demand certificates of deposit. 99
Certified checks 5-0 00
Due to other National bank.. 2,gji3 24
Due to State bank and bank
er 6J.710 03414.204 SO
Note and Bills re-discounted, 50,000 00
Total $7,304 66
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, s.
I. Thus. A', llalliday, Ca.hler of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
1 true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Thos. YV. HiixiDAT, Cashier.
Hubsertbed and sworn to before me this 1-lth dav
of Jasuary, ISM. L. D. BAYLET.
K. U. rrittfijioa'tM, 1
i. D. Williamson, yDlreetors.
H. a. Caidk, i
2 - 3
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Drder.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAIliO, - - - ILL.
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth (treat 1 Paitm Til
Commercial Arena ( VttlfU, 11J
CLAEK & LOVETT,
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
OINE NIGHT ONLf!
SATURDAY, January 19.
The r lined favorite and king fon mtk r of all
in their reconatracud and InlmUbl Ma ileal
Comedy Oddity of
" Fnn at the Pleasure Grounds. "
T PLAY IN EXISTENCE
The company is made up of artists of th very
highest Drumstie and Vocal excellence. Ibe en
tertainment is full of refined fun, spiced with bit
of fin acting and deltclons vocal effort.
"Best Show of the Season!"
They All Say So.
prRsrved seat nowon sale at E. A. Bider'. '
Secure them at once and avoid the rush.
8. O CONSTANT, Business Manager.
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leaisrr a. atura.
Grand Central Store.
DRY GOODS, U,
W. UTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STBATTON & MUD,
No. 67 Ohio Lev, Cairo, V.l.
W(4at Amerloaa Powder Co.
"CITY GUN STORE'1
Olllaat tn ltn aatahlioTiail tn lOeal
Cura'l Ave. , between 9th and 10th 6t. v i
MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER IN ALL KINDS
AmmnniUon of all descriptions alwar on hand J
nenflval Mntirlnirln kII klnH. nt mat.l. v- A
n an ueswipviuua uiauo 10 orunr, ana sstisractloK
warranted. Ulve me a call, and be convinced Ibl
roaneit, ai me go or in "ism uun."
JOHN A. KOEHLEU.
Mm Proprietor, Cairo, IU. fiA