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(JAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOUNING, JULY 3, 1884.
' ALL IN THE FAMILY.
!A Husband's Son aud a Wife'i
Daughter Eoeomo Mutually
They Remove the Daughter's Husband as
an Impediment to the Enjoymeut
of Their Illicit Love.
Discovery of the Murdered Man's Body
at the Bottom of an Aban
Ionia, Mich., July 'J. I n the township
of North Plains an elderly couple named
Scott are living. Scott had a son named
Oscar, by a former marriage, twenty
three years old. Mrs. Scott is possessed
of a daughter about the same age, also
by a former marriage. The daughter
wedded a man named Vanderbcrg, forty
four years of age. The young man and
woman were thrown much together and
became too Intimate to suit Vamlerburg.
Soon there was trouble.
On Monday, April 10, Oscar Scott
started for Edmore, thirty miles distant,
and induced Vanderbcrg to go with him.
On the following Thursday afternoon,
Mrs. Vanderbcrg appeared in Muir, four
or live miles from her home, and engaged
a team to go with her after her two small
children and trunk, saying she was going
to Edmore. Arriving at the house, the
curtains were drawn and Scott was seen
within, lie had been there since the
night before and had kept out
of sight for some cause all day. He,
with the woman, went to Muir and took
a night train for Edmore, exhibiting re
ceipts and securing goods shipped in
Vandcrberg's name. Scott and Mrs.
Vanderbcrg have been living together
since as man and wife. Certain actions
of the couple aroused the belief that the
sudden and mysterious disappearance
of Vanderbcrg was caused by foul
play, and on Saturday a deputy
Sheriff went to Edmore, took Scott into
custody and began a systematic search
for Vandcrberg's oody. Sunday was
wasted in a useless search of a piece of
woods in North l'lains. Monday and
yesterday were spent to better advantage.
At Edmore the ollicers struck a trail that
led to a farm house two miles cast of the
town, and there, in the bottom of a
well, tho body of Vanderbcrg was
found, with his head smashed
in with a club. Tho well had
been filled up with brush and rubbish,
and this fact led to the discovery of tin;
body. As soon as Scott saw the well
was to be examined, he shot and killed
himself. The two bodies are now await
ing the action of a coroner's jury. That
of the murdered man, having been cov
cred by water, is in a tolerable state of
HEX AVII.L HE XII EKE,
And So Will His Dear Five Hundred
Chicago, Ii.i.., July 2. The Louisiana
delegation to the Democratic Convention,
which was expected to arrivo last even
ing, did not put in an appearance. Word
was received that the delegation would
reach the city to-day. Mr. Apgar, chair
man of the New York State Central Com
mittee, was expected, but he also failed
to arrive. It is not known that any of
the delegations, except that of Louisiana,
will arrive to-day. Doubless a number
of scattering delegates will put In an ap
pearance. The California, Nevada and Utah dele
gates are expected to-morrow morning,
together with accompanying friends to
the number of 2oo. Senator Uaruiiiii
will also arrive to-morrow. S. Corning
Judd engaged quarters at the Sherman
House for Senator IJayard, conditional
upon the lattcr's coming to Chicago.
Mr. Judd telegraphed to know Mr. li.iy
ard's intention as to coming, but it is
not known if any reply has been received.
General Kosecrans and General Earns
worth will stop at the Sherman.
A committee from the labor organisa
tions of the city visited Colonel i'lyinp
ton, General l'utler's manager, last
evening at the Palmer House, to make
known their wishes regarding their
tendering the General a reception upon
his arrival in the city, which will be at
half past seven o'clock Saturday evening
bv the Lake Shore ltoad. The following
details were agreed upon:
The committee will meet him at the
depot and be introduced by Chas. II.
l.ichman, publisher of the Ewx
iS'(ii(fn)t'f)i, a labor publlca
tion at Marblchcad, Mass. They
will escort Uutlcr to the l'almer, aud will
then be joined by another committee,
who will present to Uutler a memorial
and resolutions expressing the sent!
meuts of the laboring men toward
him. The worklngmeii will form iu
procession and with bands, torches,
banners aud transparencies, ruarch
through the principal streets to the
l'almer House. Accompanying them
will be the Chicago Butler Club,
500 strong, composed largely
of veterans, who served under
Butler in the army. On their
arrival at the hotel it is expected that
General Lutler will appear and make
known his appreciation of the demonstra
tion In his behalf. Those In charge of
the demonstration claim that they are
trying to divest It of political significance,
and to make it simply a testimonial of the
esteem in which Jiutler Is regarded by
the worklngmeii. Word was received
that the Oil Producers' Association, with
Jicautjiiarters at Kichburg, N. Y., would
charter a train and come to Chicago to
work in the interest of Butler's nomina
tion. CUAEI) UV J.OV1
AEoJected Suitor Tries His Hand With
Eusmxd, L. L, juiy William
Johnson lives lu College Point, and for
months has been ptrslstent in his devo
tion to Miss Emma Anderson, who has
been as persistent in discouraging It.
iUicenuy mnb Anderson went to lirookly
iu '-"-ivt uu ijuim-ion maue extorts
una out where bUa was. nnd (! iiu
ceoded In obtaining an interview with
her. She sharply told him that his at
tentions were offensive, and sent him
away. His unrequited love so preyed
upon his mind that for a week
It has been thought that
he was becoming insane. Tho
extreme heat yesterday overcame John
son, and he was taken to his home and
restoratives applied. His strength
aeenied to return, but his mind wandered
badly. As night rame on ho began to
talk Incomprehensible gibberish. Soon
ho was seized with a tit of freuzy and
drove everyone out of his room. 11a
began to demolish the furniture, bolted
and barred himself In, and threatened to
kill anyone who disturbed him. The
village coitables eudeavored to burst
in tue door, but failing they pro
cured a ladder and ascended from
tho outside of tho house to Johnson's
room. Tho maniac had armed himself
with a club aud flung It about so wildly
that tho officers retreated. Hundreds of
people now cro.vdod tho street In front of
Johnson's window. A man volunteered
to force his way into tho room. lie took
a chair with hlui to ward off thc'blows of
tho club. A desperate light ensued be
tween him and Johnson, and finally tho
maniac knocked his foe off the ladder.
He fell twenty-live feet and sustained so
verc injuries. The crowd was then dis
persed and tho constables
watched during the night,
hoping that Johnson would go to sleep
but he rambled around tho room, shriek
ing and moaning until daylight. Then
attempts were made to enter the room
simultaneously from the inside of tho
house and from the ladder. Whilo John
sou was engaged at tho window madly
beating off the ollicers on the ladder, the
door was quietly being forced. After an
entry was thus effected a desperate strug
gle ensued between the intruders aud the
madman but finally he was secured. He
was taken to tho town hall and locked up
in a cell. Ho will be taken to the State
Asylum for tho insane.
COMMITTED WITHOUT HAIL,
Engineer Who "Disciplined" a
Fireman to Death.
Nkw Oki.Kans, La., July 2. Yesterday
morning John II. Vincent, second engi
neer ol the Morgan steamer Chahnette
was brought before United States Com
missioner Hunt on a charge of man
slaughter ou the high seas. Vincent was
charged with tho killtng of Charles West-
faul, a fireman on the steamer. Tho testi
mony of John Iloran, coal passer of the
Chalmette, who had made the ailidavit
again.it Vincent was taken, as was also
that of Charles Schuman, a llreruan, aud
laines Huckley, auother coal passer.
They all testified substantially that on
Sunday, June '12, the witnesses, with
the deceased, were all in the
lire-room of the steamer. Vincent,
tho second engineer, came down, and
Westfaul said to him that ho felt faint
and sick and he would go on deck to get
a mouthful of fresh air. Vincent order
ed him lu a violent manner not to go, but
Westfaul put his foot on the ladder as If
to mount, when Incent seized him by
the collar and jerked him down to the
lloor. Westfaul got on his feet, and Viu
cent told him ho could not go on deck
until four o'clock in the morn
lug, and ordered him to work.
wesuaiu complained ot being un
able to work, when the second
engineer knocked him down among the
chillers and kicked him violently about
tue breast atul sides and neck. Westfaul
was conveyeu on iicck, out uietl m an
hour from the time of the beating. Vin
cent, the accused, justified exercise of
discipline on his subordinates, and de
nied that there was any undue violence
in the discipline administered. Commis
sioner Hunt resolved to amend the aili
davit, charging murder oil the high seas
instead of manslaughter. Ho then com
mltted the accused to prison without
JASK HA EE J1KEVITIES.
Score of Games Played Tuesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, II; Haiti
Toledo, (. Toledos, 8; Allegheny's, 3.
Washington, D. C St. Louis Unions
C; Nationals, o.
Columbus, O. Columbus, 4: Metro
Cleveland, 0. Providences, 10; Clove-
Cincinnati, (). Cincinnati, K; Wash
Huffalo, N. Y. Eostons, L'; Uuffalos, 1.
Indlauapolls, Ind. Hrooklyns. ii; In
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvilles, HI; Ath
Chicago, 111. Chleagos, 11; Philadel
St. Paul, Minn. Stillwatcrs, 2; Min
Peoria, III. Quineys, 5: Peorlas, 3.
Detroit, Mich. New Yorks, 12; l.)e.
A OUEA T hl'Kl'ltlSE.
The Verdict of Murder in the First De
gree Against Botheras.
WiLKE.sn.Mini:, Pa., July Tho iurv
iu the case of Edwin Iiotheras, for the
murder of William Nichols at llazelton,
returned a verdict of murder in the first
degree yesterday morning. Botheras.
who is an Englishman, deliberately shot
down Nichols, also an Englishman, in the
streets of llazelton in February last.
Iiotheras, who claimed that Nicholas had
ruined his niece, wanted him to marry
her, which he refused to do, whereupon
he tired two fatal shots at Mm. The
niece sworo that Nichols was not ou
terms of Intimacy with her. At the
trial It was brought out that
Botheras was jealous of Nichols.
Friends in England raised a large sum
of money to defend Iiotheras, and the
ablest counsel were employed. The de
fense was that tho prisoner was insane
when ho committed the murder, and a
physician who was paid $100 for ids tes
timony swore that Iiotheras was of un
sound mind. The verdict Is a great sur
prise. A motion was at ouce made for a
Suw-Mill and Lumber Burned.
Portland, Ohk., July 2.-A large saw
mill owned by Uruber on the Coqullle
River lu Oregon was totally destroyed by
Ore yesterday. Tho fire caught from a
passing steamer. A largo w harf store
and other buildings were destroyed.
Also 500,000 feet of fine cedar lumber.
The total loss will eueh sro.OOO. on
which there Is no Insurance.
Fatally Wounded a Negro.
Coi.oitADO Cjtv, Tex., July 2. Tho
:Ity is excited over a Bhootlng affray
which occurred Monday night, In which
icneral J. M. McKcnzIc shot, and prob-
tbly fatally wounded Dick Checks, a
Killed by Lightning.
Li: l oma, O., July 2. Two boys named
Dempsey aud Wood, wero playing under
i large trco yesterday afternoon wheu a
:hundcr atoriu came up. The tree was
mattered by lightning and both boys
vera inmaniiy Kimni,
(JKXKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third u;je.
-Ur. II. W'.ii'lnir w is i!.)vn ye.ifiiday,
Seed Potat k- Northern Head Pota
toes at New Yo. k Store. ."it
Tables nnd fixture, hliuw cunts, etc.,
for sale at 101 LViiiiiii Trial Avn.U' , Mir
I). V. Frost nvvi'd his vegetable stand
from Eighth S'.rcjt to Wus'iingtun Avenue,
Wanted -A b y to le.un typ -setting;
must be over 10 jta t old. A .ply at The
A large par'y passed through U.ilom
da from Eviiusviilu la-t S .tarda-,', o: tluir
way to Dixon Spiin-s.
Mi-s Sallits McD u. tld ami Mrs. Win.
Davis, uf Coluuiliuj, Ky , arc gU'S'Sof Mrs.
G. .M. S'roie, mi S ynii S reet.
Teams an I men are ened in filling
Thirteenth Street from Wu jhi;i!on Avciue
out. Tenth S;re.:t Is ninny flui.-lied.
The bride I'ou'i lotion for o e of ill-
Government M.iriue ilosoitil wu.ls is
nearly finished, an 1 tuUi'oi ilu :o.,d is
Five Ike laC'.-hoists uirived !,it nl.t
from New M-iliid, M"., mi tin: .strum r
City ot Piovidei.ce, and will take pan in
St. Mary's Park to-morrow.
Mr. W. C. Muikey and tatnily lev,)
gunu to Metn jvilis on a visit and w,.l
probably ace inpauy the Judge's family to
DiX n Soiiogfl beUue ihey return.
About 10 :o0 o'clock Inst if'glit a in gress
named Alice Emeisoii cut negro
nniiied Gretiifield during a quwrel on
Fun i til Sin et. The i.egruswas arrested
aud j tile I.
Mi . G. M. Alden and lamiiy wu I s;,e ii
tlie summer mmitlis at Ashley. His busi
ness in C'.iro will be continued with ut in
terruption, under manageintut of bis s, r,
Mr. Lee Alden.
-Mi-s H.tii.j Hopkins, of Fuiton, Ky.,
is visiting M.sS Daisy Klbs, oil Eleventh j piuti"iis for n pr .ij-r u !.,t'',.c, s .wing
Street. Mis Hopkins was aucotuutiiui J .'ii!inuel hopefuin N t. . v. r t is
by Miss C'oliurn, of Paducab, whom siie --t. Farmers will soon lr u.'bc uh
had been visiting for some weeks pa?. j eii; g in their cr..ps ,t. I v.i I .-om-' t town
Prof. Will E nery will Ii ,v a nil: and I "dl "mi Ul bu ; "'; ' ,l'"l; c"l":l -C
glasssball thooting contest at St. M irv's lavs the signal for a. nc:i r'c c! l-!.,inss
IVrU t, ,,r., v. - ......1 1,.,. i :. c. ..
medal and a cup to be offend as first ami
second prizes to the best fchootistt.
A loose board rn one of the approach
es to the crossing over Commercial Av- -nue,
at Eighth Stree', caused a I nly to tall
yesterday afternoon and seriously hurt her
ankle. The defeat tdiould be nuii-died.
Tln riifinir tr.et: in Sit Mnrv'u I'arlr i- I
in excellent condition for the Fourth. Th
... . I O 1
i i" no1 1 " '"y
''. i'e8 cieur
twenty feet in width ,.11 amund is K--
-The Cairo Charity Association w ill j
hold their regular niontlily meeting in Tem I
n ...... .1... ,.:. j .. i. .. . i. .
perunce Hall Satnr.Uy, July 5.h, at 4 I
o'clock. The members are tarins'ly re
quested to be pr-seiii. Mr:. E. C. Foi l,
Even tin.' Si. Louis Chronicle admit ,
that "if called on unanimously by the Chi- !
PH'ii Co iVelithifi tlie:e i j u n vilelli,. il, t I
- o - - r " - "'""j i'i ii
Tilden,jnight accept." And there is
growing disposition to c d! him in the man
Rev. Scarritt united Mr. (ieor o: M. i
ili:uov;isiiii uiio .uis ueoe r.aiiil ill in ni il -riagi!
Tuesday night. The ceremony w s
performed at the residence of the bnde"s
parents on Twentieth Street, in th,; pres
ence of a sel.ct party of friends.
People r'nmld now be c ireful in their
diet and daily mode? of life. They should
not "iu-,li tho season" on their tables and
not dissipate in any manner, l,.st dangerous
Bickness befall them. At this season of the
year it isJahvBys well to I e tareful and
terupeiatj in all tilings.
There were about one thoiistnd three
hundred representative Dermrrats in the
convention ntl'.oria y.-stcrd.y, but we
venture to say that none of tin; one hun
dred and two counties in the State sent a
inoio intelligent ?et of men than Al, xinder
County did, or a delegation that was in
every way more cmlitable to the commun
ities they represented.
I5.)ginning with to-lay the RepubP
cansof Ioiva In pe to realize their heaven
on earth by the enforcement of their recent
ly enacted iron clad pnhibiti n bi.v-i. A''-terto-
Jsy uo liquor is to Im iinnu 'iieturud
or sold iu the Siale; nor ate railroads per
mitted to carry it into the State; nor is any
citizen permitted to Imve it in his house
for any bat unidiciiial purposes.
Mr. Geo-ee IV-ons' residence ou
Washington is now being placed
upon rollers preparatory to moving it back
near the centre of the squ ire sumum ling
it, which Mr. Parsons also bought hit I
Which lie (Mends to Inn tilled up to the
newly established grade of the avenue.
When finished as conlempli.ted Mr. Par
Sou's premises will be one of the moHt at
tractive in the city.
Mr. LI nigh, the artinf, ha, pneked up
bis materials and shipped thetn to Chica"o,
If I... ... I M : ! n t , . .
and lie will follow to-day, not to return
hore. During his biief stay here he gained
tho conftil'Tice and isteem of most of our
best people, who liked him both as a man
and an artist. Ho wag very succe sful with
his class ami coiild doubtless huvu main
tained a largo clnssalwajs had he no de
ired, as our people have a high apprecia
tion of tho finer arts. Some ofoiir young
IKMipbt Invn proven apt n hoUis nnd it is
po. bible t!i'tt ere long Mr H"iigh ,
h ive occ iMon t ) feel prmi I ol tom of his
I'apt.T. W. S'.iilla i "pushing" Ids
r. sidei ce to as early commotion s a large
force ol ' f-kiilul workmen ((,M d,, it. Hit
is a ciM.d build t himsell; lie MM.eriutended
the . oust ruction of flic Cniro Opera lliu.-e
and mi'de an excellent j ,', f it. H,. seiM
n.nriy eery piece ol" timbur ami every n,.il
that ,'oes into residence and knows that
it gu.-t, in just right er n'jt ft al . The
house is now ro -fed and entirely em U-e I,
mid the interior will now soon nciin the
attention " plasterers, pninN rs and p;,pei
liniire:s. -.Mr. M.t i.tw Clftrk died sudd-nlyat
his limne on Twcl'th Stn-e Tues lav tdgli',
at 1 1 o'i 1, ck. lie had been at work at the
stone depot till tboui ; o'eb ck iu the aftet
noo i, when I'e went homo complaining of
boiirj silk. He grew steadily U'.rse nnd
died nt the hour iismi d, in spite f all that
.-nine of the l;et im dii al talent in tlie city
foul I d. Mr. CImi k vwis one of our oliiiti
. ii',kiii u by i.enr'y everybody nnd es
tciinei is well, lie wis about f.Tt'
eight yeais old, a larH, liaV nii l hear y
limn, I'.ppaio.'itly good tor twenty five yi ars
yet, Ht least. He 1 mves a wife and live
ch.idiin, the la'.ti r c n prii;ig tw gr-j'.vn
bos, George E. Mi l Uiiiie, who i, re in
South li-ndaud Memphis ifi-peeliwly, nnd
I cue been telegraphed fir. I b' sis loss a
nepl.i k living in Chic o. IIi0 diath
is h.Ui.'Ii re-ri iti-d in the community The
Uln.T d v.'iil probably n.. occur till f -;nor-1
-T'ler- is probni ly im l iiy iu the ctiii
.'y when- the ".iuH times'' are takin mme
pi,) h -oplrrally than in Cairo. Husine-s
1'iis I. .en dull here during tnc winter and
lall km! fcprii'ig -is 'ii!l j erf a s at
ino-t other towns in the linn', I m theie
1. 1 b :i u n. i lou I ro'i p;:.i, ing li.nn Mir
I. ii rehaiits an I theie Irs b m u the MsukI n -I'll
til-hment of sii-i k: (' I n i- :.i'ii pre-
' ail its brinclo '-.
'I he I b pts and
inu.htriies of thw c''y are ') '!l busy
liniking real t state iffpr r.i v.: i. such as
ho:is(- building or 'ot m. I rliec; filling.
'Nothing indicalisi': u n:i ! iiiirk"dde
j gree the progress of a tr.'. n tli-ic. real c s
tih; improveuieiit.i. It i- r.r .tifj in-.j to
:n 'To the Urge nuinlur F .-:ic V 'inpiove-
ne utH being nude in f'.iir. . iJuritig tho
whole of the past Miring !:c 'i of bnild-
,L" 1 tiiir lias been iuO'Tc-.-mi" r .;ii llv a'.d st
! " n , r
continues. This is an uii.io'il.ti .1 imiiea-
tion of increased Imsir,, ss c-fvi.v and er:-
,t.r,rNc. Few towns in the S' i',',;, hW.v
greater activity in t'u w..y rf snb-tanfial
improvements of real e-'at : fh-n C'ai; ) does,
There is every reason tu beli. vj that next
(t.l will witness such a rush of buvness
here as has not b en seen hue for many
ycirs; and in this confident expectation
ever) body may rest with much satisfac
The German i're.ss.
'Our Repnldiein friends are rlaiming
th it "the Germans sre solid for Rluine,"
but tiiey are very slow in nil' ring any proof
of the (act. If the attitude of the German
pies is any indication and il doubtless is
German Republicans, as a rule, w ill not
suppoit the "tatooed man'' from Maine,
but will, if the Democratic party gives
them an acceptable candidate, throw their
votes in favor of the Democracy. That the
Register is not sneaking at random in re
gard to the purposes of the German Re
publicans of the coimtiy, the following
extracts from their ha ling and reprisentu
tive papers will he considered ample evi
The Germ. ns to a man ouht to vote
against the ticket. Cincinnati Volksbktt
The German Americans receive Mr.
Blaine's nt initiation wuh aversion. Mil
waiiked Freie Presse (rep.)
The inl pendent voters slmu'd bolt a
bad nomination. And tiny will. St.
L;.uis Webtbcht-Post (rep.)
The result, we are s irry to say, ;n no
wist! corresponds with our views or expi c
tations. St. Joseph Yolksblatt (rep.)
By 111 -line's nomination the conservative
element in the p ity will be ferc d to the
rear and speculating monopolies will march
at tho head of the ranks. N. Y. Slants
It is not often thnt a greit p.rty, without
tho least cause or reason, cuts its own
throat, but the Republic in party has done
this by nomina'ing Illaine. It has cut its
own throat from ear to ear. Si. Louis
Anzeigt r (ind.)
Tho malcontents are not pot-house poli
ticians, but belong to the best and most
liberal-minded sectinti ot the R 'publican
party. They will quietly await the action
of the Deinocra'ic pntty. If tho party pro
duces a man who possesses what Elaine
lacks, they will h ive the com aue to Come
out for him openly. -Helloville Z-itung
It is done. The most corrupt man ever
known to American, polities is put st the
head of the Republican ticket. Very well.
Wu wash our hands of the whole tiansnc-
Kxiunineor.r largo ;rock of Light Wear Underwear from
t lie l.Venit gauze Undershirt to the iinest $.5.00 Jlalhriggan.
Our st'-ck ol Summer Hosiery, is complete comprising Lisle
Thread, Ualhriggan and Silk Half-Hoe.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws ii specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits ami Single Pants ami Waists
TlH'M.'alaiM C 'lot lii.-r.
Japanned Horlin and -Ajgale Ware,
151 1 il Cages, Hath Tubs, Waier Coolers &. lee Cream Fm-zcrs.
.sreiit fur Atlains & U'othike Oil. asulitt an. I (ins town, Ih fruit
(Nile Co., H.iin'lton Meei I'Iowj. Cliilicl I'lows, WalKiny: CtiltiVatMw,
I oiti Miellei s. Planters. 1 te , Fie.
'i i :i.i :i'Jioxi; no ;jo.
CUNNINGHAM A- VOCU.M
OFFICE: Koom No
7i5 Ohio li;vei:,
c o . i pa x i i;s
I iverpn 1 atul I.t mlin uti'l (ilohe,
(icrinai'ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Sjirinylleltl V. A M. Ins. Co,
IloWiinl In. Co.,
l iirinor's tin' In-. Co ,
Niagara Ins. ('.,
tion an 1 turu V tiie I)cino r itie nrty fr a
ticket tint decent ii;tn Ht If .st tip)nrt as
t!ie cledre of two evii.-. - Chieityo St;t
Zeitung (rep i
Holdinif the Liues.
Tlu edit-irof the "I'nxt hii.1 Hood,"
The Spnit f the l ini' s. V. V., Mr. ('. K.
Walker, eri'ltiibts St. J:tcbt (Jil, the jjreat
p3;n-;'iite, 'or man nr. I beit.
At the I esideiice of Mr. D.J. linker,
Thursday evening, July ."Jrd, 18!1.
Pill IflKA MME.
1. Pinno I)ii':t "II mved" Kardyi
MitiM-a Birdie Orr an I Mary l'aki r
2. S'iiii -"D-iyii'lit is Waning"
Miss Annie Ii ley.
3. Vocal Itlet-"Sce the pale Moon-'
Mi'-s Mary Haknr and Mr. ISutler
4. I'iano Solo "SehusllCllt"
Miss Koria Goldstine
5. Solo "Slumber Sont;" Franz
C. I'iano Solo.
5! 183 Ven"er.
7. S(d i-"I amlitania" Mij-noD
Mi's Clara It djhins.
8. Son "Marguerite" Perrinj;
Mi-s Klla Gary.
t. I'.a-io Solo "Ol I IJIuck Joe"
Mis Lettie Gorli-u.
10. S m Ah! Sweet my Love"
Miss Kiiiina James.
11. Son-"Tli.. Owl."
Mr. W. N. Butler.
Miss Miini'n; Corli.-s.
13. Vocal Duyt From tin; "Hibernian
Miss Clan Ribbins and Mr. Metcalf.
Notices in this column mrce IIiiub or loss iacentt
one insertion or $1 .00 nr wec-k.
IVANri'D OIULS-Toadilrp ov;r two million
' envelopea at thi-ir own home. Work left nnrt
calleil Tor by ns S ntl addresied ud Htmnpeil
envelope lor further det .ils. ddress
.Mrs. Iliite'a Womun's Joun sl,
LOIl SALE Two de-lrnl)!"? lols on 2.'i h Street,
I- C'oiniiiKs l vi'iuu. Apply to J'.io. A I'oore.
WAS I'E!) MEN -To dUtrlliuto circulars in
' Cuiro and vicinity for $:n tier month. Seud
reference aud 0 ninp fur teplv Address
Mrs. Hutu's Wuman'N.lonrnal,
WANTED LOCAL AtJKSTS -To tell and deliver
on c immls'ion A no-id clianrt) f,ir a capable,
enerttjtic and trnstworiliv nmn.
S. C. l'ALMKK, IHoomlnt'ton, III.
FOK TIIE UKNhl'IT OK lllli
will hee'ver. at tho residence of Juduo
1). J. lticr, ou
THURSDAY EVE., JULY 3,
at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION, - 25o
iff' liep'ib'lc B'u Ihviled to intend.
-- Iiiihth Street,
00, CAT I JO 'II L
I, M. V 0. . I!, nuilding,
- - cjairo, ill.
k i ; i i i:s ion'L'i : i )
N'v York t'lulerwi itir's Asfeiicy.
(lerinan-Ainciican Ins Co ,
( ity of London,
Amazon Ins. Co,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern ilntna! Life Ins Co.
A N K STATKMENT.
I! K POUT OF TIIE C ONPIil'lN
Ol" Til B
CIT V NATION A 1j 1 JA N K
nt Cairo, lu tlie Stnte ol Illiuol, nt the ro-i' of
June 20th, llllif.
l.o:nm find (JiacutiiitN
L'. S. huielrt to ecuire cin u'a-
I', tv liomU on h and
Other to k, liomU and uiort
line Inim a'iiriv,-il rc, rvr
$1' J 3W er.
1 VI (17
i;t:inp ... t k 31,!.; j,;
Dm: rrom otlicr Sutmiml l,ahi: ) ,,
Ihu: rrom Mate l.auku nucl
tmuki r h , :; e
Hful i-Kinti!, furbituri: ii(J f,j.
turrii ' ,t
. urrunt tx;n ti-c, mi i tMXe9
I'ri tiiiii.'nii )s il
1,1 'i i
"iTKli mm otlUT rit-tl . .;,; (.w
liilin of uthi:r Hankn y, J .j hi
Fractinni pnp,r rutitui:),
rilckels m;il p'-nii,- ;t ;
,;olil .. JI--.IT id
"lvi7 ii.". mi -til, ii 1 1-(i
l.einil I .-inl.-r j.oti- :,.), i ,
Iti'ik'Hiiitlon liiml f. s.
1 ri'HKiir,T. ,,..p , , ..,
Due from t: S. Tr.as.ir'-r,
otber tl iii ,'i nT (cit re
dciu lull f.nnl
Capita! stork tutkl in Imi.itu ml
Surplus Fund l.-.u.oim no. -r,t rn ii
1. udlviileil I'niHtu i4 ls
National lunik notes outvtaml-
Individual deposits Milijeet to
check $ y,, hi
Demand certili(!iti;soliiepo-it v4 f-"1 47
Certified i le cks r, i in
Due to other National Imtiki.. 3 Siti Hi
Due to Stale banks ami blink
er" 51. MM )')-4:n.2!i 10
u T"'r' 7T,.WI 2S
State o Illlixiw rnunty of Alexander. s.
I, Thus. ,V. llHilidavl Cashier of the ahovrnaun'ii
bank, do soli umlv swear that the above statement
is true to tlie hest'of my knowledge ar.cl belief.
Tims. V. Hai.i.iiiay. Cashier.
SuJi-cri' .:t .n.,1 worn tj before me lils 1st day
of July, 11. L. . ISAYI.KY,
., , Notary f'tilillc.
It. II. I't'VNINIIII. JI, 1
c. D. Williamson, Dirt
H. II. C'A.S'UKI!, I
No. Hit Commercial Ave.,
iiole Agent foi tliu Cclcbiafed
Manufacturer anil Dealer lu
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Wort,
Iiuildtrs' Hardware and Ci-nnnters' Tools. Tnii'
and I'orket Cntliry, best in tho rnarkft. Hubert
Itros.' I'lBled Knlven. Forki aim Siiooiih, Urantto
iruu are. neriin r.Hnnenware, v h te Monntaiu
Freesors, Wuter Coolers, Kefrlrft-rators, t.'lothe
Wrlnecrs, Crown Fltiters. St .n La-lil-s. nrit,.n
Imulenieiitfi, tiolden Star Oil stoves, iw.i In ii,,.
world, Lamp of every descrl tion. Klain Oil,
Carpi t Sweetiers, F at her DnMers, Hnioins, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth. Full .llohl ol 'lulling
Tucklo. . ' ' n
The above t roca bottom price.
Corner l.'th and Connuercla. Avenue, Calm, III,
Teleplinne No, 'ii.