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rjimuiTY national bank.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
Til W. IIALL1DAV
JJNTEnPRiSE SAYING BANK.
INCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS UANR.
foinnereial Avenue and Eiglitli Street
P. E'.OSS. I'rixtirnt.
il. rJLl.S, Canliii.T.
P. X&FP, VifelViViit
T. J. Kvrtli, A pe 'I caufi
F. Br ) H Cairo I William Kliuo.
Fiite;Nelf ' tt illiiim Wolf.... "
C.M onti-rloa " I C. O. 1'htier "
JB.A.Budcr " II. Welle '
J. Y. Clem'on, Caledonia.;
ACESEKAl BANKING IlUSIXKbS JuNU.
Unhsnso fold und bon Ljht . Interot puM 11
thuii.vtum Dopartmeut. Collodions mmlo und
all bi tinea pruiupny attended lo.
1'UOFiiSSIUNAL CA 1(1)9.
Q.I0RGE IIAUUISON LEACII, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Spfcial attention paid to tlio llorneopntlilc treat
ment of mrifjcul dise.in.s. und diseases uf women
and c ltlilren.
OKl'IC'li-On lith street, oppemto tlio Post
Cftce, Cairo, 111.
i J. E. STUONU,
329 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPUt, ELBCTKO-VAPOK and MEDICATED
. , , administered dully.
All dyin attendance.
J)R E W. WUITLOCK,
?!rc,":Il?- 136 Cor.m.!rcll Avcunc. b-jtwen
Bntl. ind Muh 8treet
J G. TA1W0NS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
CIFK'E- Ity Drug Store. Curbondale, 111.
t . BBi.lI. CUBKUTA. RM1TH
Grand Cwitral Stove.
C- 1HO. - - LIJLj.
CA1HO, 11 MNOIS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND MAI
HllflsiCagb Pri" pij for WI tat.
Mrs. Emily Bowers
Mrf . AMANDA CLARKSON. Agent.
Kaxt Alxandf r Co. IJank, MthBt.
tfSd block and Prices Kesionnl.le jg.i
CmcAfio, I ix., July , l:o0 p. m. The
following current rumors aro creating
great cxeitciuent: It haa been ascer
tained from a gentleman occupying
confidential relations with many
members of the New York delegation
that communications aro now beln" in
terchanged between Cleveland's follow ers
in tho New York delegation and his
friends at Albany and New York City
with a view of all factions uniting unoii
the name of some New York man and the
withdrawal of Cleveland.
At one o'clock this afternoon Mr. John
Kelly received a telegram from a gentle
man in New York occiiDvlnz a hlirh non inn
of political trust in New York city politics,
inquiring whether tho name of Abram
Hewitt would prove satisfactory to Mr.
Kelly. No reply lias vet honn m....
This innulry, comma from snch
conildoutial source, indit-afp hat
Cleveland's own friends have su'
gested Hewitt's name. Mr v.. if..
is represented as b.'in.r nnt un
friendly to Hewitt. It is said the Cleve-
nuu organizers sought half an hour's
talk with Uutler this morning, nnri ten
dered him the position of Secretary of
tho Treasury under Cleveland if he came
vo Lievciauu's support on the llrst bal
General Vutler nromntlv rnniio,i thnt
ho could not consent to hold a rablnct
omco under a man so unskilled In politics
M i-iuuu. in inaKing ins reply to tho
overtures General Butler's language was
more vigorous than decant, but it con.
veyed the contemptuous Idea above men
UASE BALL BIIEVIT1KS.
Score of Games Played on Tuesday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis. 7-
Cincinnati, 0. Cinclnnatls. 10: Broot.
Louisville, Ky. Loulsvillcs. 4: Balti-
Quiucy, III. Qulncys, 13; Ft. Waynes,
Chicago, 111. New Yorks, 11: Chica-
Indianapolis, Ind. IudianaDolis. S:
Buffalo, N. Y. Providences, C; Buffa
Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, o;
Toledo, 0. Toledos, 5; Metropoli
.Stillwater, Minn. Saginaws, 10; Still
St. Tan!, Minn. Biy Citv, 2; St.
Cleveland, (.). Bostons, 10; Cleve
Detroit, Mich.-rhlladelphias, 11; De
Peoria, Ill.-I'eorlas, 0; Grand Kap
ids, 0. 1
Columbus, O. Columbus, 8; Athlet
Nm. L. McClelland, a prominent
young Pittsburgh mau, attempted to
commit suicide, tirst bv jumping Into the
river, then with a knile, and tried to
shoot oJliccrs who rescued him.
A. Dyett & Co., the firm with whom
I-no transacted his stock operations,
failed. The failure had no effect on
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, Jfl.Y P. 18SI.
f'OTTOX Ptendyj mMdlintr.
Fi.ont-Steady: XXX to clioieu. f;t.i:,4.33:
WH1.AT-Holier; No. ' 2 Hed, Hiaw jc;
No. 3 lt'd. Mr
CoKN-Hijrhcr: No. 2 mixed, 44T;,4t'ic: No.2
white inixiMi. tti'tftiMc.
(MT8 Higher: No. 2. StlOo.
HVK Nominul: No. 2. 5ilo.
'JVhiaoco Firm: luirt common to choipo,
ri.",.Vilu.0O; k'Hf; common rod loaf, $.uui
lU.Wi: mod i n m to (rood 12.fiKij17.5(J.
iiav i-raino ti.wuu.i.m for prime to
choice: clover mixcil, f:,,r,() lor common lo
prime: uiiiumv, tu.uuii.,.uu lor primo to "gilt
l('i,r.i(;: dairy, elioico to luncy. nanio: low
K(i(,s Firm, at 10c for strictly fresh.
Potatoks Memly nt '.U.Vjc I'er liusliel.
Pokk Nominal: Htundurd mess. K:.'!ii.I7.0U.
I.ahd Nominnl; prime steam. 'idi'c.
llACOX I.OI1U-8. b'l&tl'C: EllOl'ti Ul.n-
Clear ribs, U'tc.
Wool Tnli-wnshoil. chAinn siin.
Sfl'ifcHic; (llmry and low siY-JH. 'Unwashed
uioico lnednim, suej trood average medium
M.-ierivu IlKM 11110 JiiillDo: irood nv-
rave, ,C: heuvv llktHrx;: cnmlilinr u
Diood, 2CK(t,'lc: comblntr, low trradej, l.jihc
HiDES-uuiet: dry Uint. liic: dainnired
13c: nuns or rtairg, lue: drv miii.,i
-e: dry salted, daniairod. 10e: ' kin nii.1
cuir. salted. b',o; damiited, '4C; buns and
stairs, 6?ic; urcc.il, uncurod, 7'tc; damaifed
biir.EP pfxts Steady; jrreon, TOp- dry
do, 4U'i,70c, as to amount and (jiialityof wool'
trreen Blu-urUn., lie; dry do, luUi;; laiult
Whkat Lower: .lulv. a..
81 'c: Scpteinl.iT, K(.".rjCP,,. OctotMT KlC
i-niiN-iiwer: July. 4x0: Aiiifint M'ie
May4''"l'r' W''L': ihlol'' r' ilt:' W.42-te;
u ATS-il in Her; July, 2ic; August "iu-
Soli!on,l.,.r Kl.e- v..,7r - J . u"sl.
Pdiik Steudv: .lulv. ie a
.); Sei.tember, "UKU,l
lMm.-i,ow. r; July, 7.(KI; Autrust. tTOo
Sei)teinr.t7.2U;(ctol)er. 7.:i2 4 '
Wmkat-U.w.t; No. 2 Hed Ju.
AllVUr't. M'.e: S,..,,..,,,!.,.. JlV .
J" c; November, lis. ;o
Liihn I,oer; Julv, r,',H
i'-. AuL'unt, 57 e:
!H'ileml.cr, We; (iciober,
UAis -Lower; July, ai'.c; Aui?ust 3'ke
elU.mber, ;tpcj October, We. '
Live Stock Markets.
CATTbK-Heeelpts. 7.4'JO : liest, slow; com
mon iii pe lower, evnor s. .iik i:7 iko u-....,i
tochoico, ti.Wiiil.5u; coin:i;on to lair, i.m.iit
Mikkp Iturcjpts, l,tK); slow; common to
lair, z;jmu.w, kooh lo elioico, H.UoWi.UO.
HiMiri Keoidpt, ,lJ; nctivo nml Ul)
cimncd lor uirnt; uu; mi.icc lower tor
neavy; unt, 4. ittifcj.ro; nuiKti paeklnjr, I.U0
('Arn.K-Miii'ket dull, weak and lO&l.lc iow
er ttian ye-iteniay.
BitKt p ami Lamiis Market dull; pr oe P'c
lower tlmn yesicrdiiy; M) caft remain unsold.
Interior to fair hecp $i.H0iii.2f: medium to
irood. ::a(4-I: ItimmI to choice, (ft.O, 2f,;
ifoM to c hoice lumbH, 4.60ti.ttU.
II,,(is-No market owlnjr to want of stock:
CATTl.r.-Ile:o(r.ts 2,V); weak nnd lowort
i J uo l,M pound nveraifc, tt,.ruw, do.
uu, I nil ih.uii.Im avenuro? trt&ik 2T?
Urtew,fl.5(Hl4 2.-.J cow. M.fatta.75j "KrMi
H.-Heedpts. Ut.M,; weak wid 15o
lfiwr; lots ut I!4 Ui av, iKjundi nvJ?
ofiSr5TNo ri'L"tI,,": ",urku' n,mil""Uy tin.
OAlttO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOUNING, JULY lo, I8S4.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
- Harry Walker ha? closed up liis theatre
at Memphis, till September, when he will
Tho late E. H. Pet tit wi.b a member f
the Knights of Honor, in which ho held a
policy on his life, for $2,000. He was also
a trustee of St. Joseph's Church.
Wanted -A boy to learn type-setting;
must be over 10 years old. Apply at Tin.
The shooting match that wns to have
come off at St. Mary's Park on the Fourth,
is now billed forSaturJay, in the commons
outside of the Mississippi Levee, near the
Pere Hyacinthe is a believer in Henub
lies, but he hss not been, able to convince
that lemon-blond'j dtple who calls Mine.
Hyacinthe mere that an effete monarchy is
not the perleetiou of human government
The fils appears to bo something of a lice.
A negro woman named White, living
uu -Liineiceiti oireei near 1'opiar, complain
tn l,IClHril.l Ill.1,nin,. . .... A I. . 1 , ,
w.. jvo.v.uuj luwiu.uK luni boo uaa ucen
poisoned by beer that had been brought to
her last Sunday. But the fact that t,he
drank the beer Sunday and did not feel any
evil ellects till yesterday seenig to indicate
that she Ubor under a delusion.
The shooting case of Bill Scott wss to
have beeu tried in Justice Hobiuson's court
yesterday, but the Justice was absent and
the case was continued by Magistrate Com
ings till next Monday. The man whom
Scott shot is still Una'de to bo out. IJis le
is very sore and the ball has not yet been
extracted, though it has been found and
may work its own way out.
Superintendent Steven?, of the Wabash
road, and a party of other clignataries of
the company came dowu on a special car
Tuesday night, to inspect some work that
is in progress here. As they came down
they gave orders to those having charge of
the tracks to at once procure steel rails for
all this division of the road, and be ready
to begin the reconstruction of the track by
the 1st of August.
The collections in this internal revenue
district during last month were as follows:
Fines and pinalties, G1.C3; beer, etc.,
820.G4; liquors, $31,122.10; cigars, $1,983.-
48; tobacco, $733.00; special tax as dealers
in liquors and tobacco, $1,002.09; total,
$34,714 .)!). The collections during the
fiscal year ending June 30;h were as fol
lows : Fines and penalties, $3,014.94 ; beer,
86,704.18; liquors, $221,424.30; cigars,
$20,191.53; tobacco, $02.173 94; special
tax, $33,017.14; grand total, $433,491 03.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett left yesterday
evening via Iron Montaiu road for St.
Louis on a business trip. From there they
will visit Chicsgo, 3Iilwaukee, St. Paul
and Minneapolis and go some two hun
dred milts north of St. Paul on the North
ern Pacific H. It. on a viait to relatives. The
trip will last several weeks. In the mean
time the several departments of Tub Bul
letin establishment are left in experience 1
hands and patrons will fin ! their favors
will receive as good if not better attention
than when the "Old Man" is at home, while j
the local colums of the paper will be bet- !
tor than ever before.
The new models of the carnage and
pontoons of the Eads Ship Hallway have
started for London. Nearly all the capital
for the enterprise is being subscribed in
that city. Chief Engineer Corthcll Says
one hundred men are at work and that the
first half-mile of track has been completed.
This, with the river course, which admits
three of the largest ships abreast, com
pletes twenty-five and and a half miles of
the Tehuautepec route. The new pontoon
system ot raising vessels from the water
upon the railway carriage is to be sub
stituted for the hydraulic system first con
templated. It was conceived by Ljudon
engineers and adopted by Eads, and will
raise a ship out of the wa'er nnd upon the
carriage in twenty minutes.
Mr. M. B Ilsrrellin Chicago Sun: ' Is
it worth your while to harbor resentment
and to nurse and cherish hatred? Suppose
a fellow man has wronged you or some
woman has played you false. What if a
cherished friend has forsaken you, or the
idol of your heart liai resolved it were wise
to forget you, aud in the future that you
mutually be only B9 strangers. What dif
ference will il make to you a score or more
years hence? Human life is but short and
transitory -an evanescent breath. Only a
few short years-only a few more smiles, a
few more tears; a few in-.re moments of
pleasure, or hours of giiefand agony- A
littlo more pain and heartache a little
longer rushing madly in tho hurry and
whirl of life a few more hearty greetings
and sad larewells-and all will bo even
We shall have een the last of earth. It is
worth our while to waste the few, precious
years allotted to us, iu bitterness, an-erand
A fhinily of mother and five children
was discovered by the night officer Tuesday
night about 11 o'clock, wandering about
the streets. They were in a deplorable
state as to clothing, and had neither money
nor food, nor a home. Tho woman said
.they had travelled on foot over a hundred
miles from tlio south and were bound for
PopUr Bluff, Mo. The officer Bent them
to a lieuso on Twelfth Street to remain
during the night, but tho woman came
away from there aftnr a little while rel'i B-
ing to stay, for a good reason. Tho officers
then gave them as comfortable quarters
as possible in tho Arab engine-house. Al
dirman McIIale, on his way homo from the
Council meeting, heard of the family and
he had food sent to them lroin Undo Joo
Steagalu, who filled up a basket with libi
vl supply of all manner of substantial
things. The officers also made up a little
purse for the woman so that yesterday the
family wus able to newod vigor.
vwicn wgan s secession and pro
slavery record is mentioned the Republican
deprecate any allusion to it, btcause they
say a man has a right to change his opin
ions. That may be true; but whit is to bo
thought of a man who "changes his opin
ions" and violates his ideas of right becauso
by so doing he thinks he can furnish his
election? Logan opposed consistently and
earnestly all anti-Chinese legislation until
after his nomination for tho Vice-Presieen
cy, when, at the very first opportunity, he
turned fare and voted the other way. Less
than two years ago ho made a bitter speed
against an aim u-lnnesu bill. His action
is reversing his courso on this question is
clearly a matter of policy, lather than prin
ciple. If he was capable of that in this in
stance, he was capable of changing his
course on secession and slavery from sim
The Argus' "reliable special correspon
dent at Chicago" seems to bo cither e
blundering fool, a bold, bad liar, or a ficti
cious imposition. The errors in the alleged
special published iu last evening's paper
are so gross and 60 inexcusable iu one who
was present when what lie professes to re
port transpired, that no other conclusion
than one which admitted either of tho
foregoing tlternatives can be arrived at. The
fact is, however, that tho "special by tele
graph to the Cairo Daily Argus" is grossly
inaccurate. Ben Butler was not placed in
nomination tt all. Massachusetts, when
called, nsponded that she had no name to
present, and Mr. Butler has declared him
self ready to support the nominee of the
convention. Mr. Carlvsle, ot Kentucky.
was one i f the gentlemen w hose names w ere
placed before the convention, which imrsrt
ant fact the "Argus special" overlooked en
tirely. The nominations were not conc'.u i
ed at 3:13 p. m. as stood in the Argus spe
cial. If the associated press specials re
ceived here told the truth, the nominations
hail not been concluded when the conven
tion adjourned at 5 o'clock. New York
was the last state called, and at the time
between the pieseutation of Governor
Clevelani'6 name and adjournment was
taken up by the spetchmaking by Kelly's
men who oppose J Cleveland in acnm'.'nious
harrangnts which acted ss boomerangs
against themselves ly making Cleveland
P"s;tive friends among the southern and
western delegations who would have been
but passively for him. The contention ad
journed till 10:30 this morning so tha the
Argus will have ample time to give its
".-pedal" a thorough undying an 1 wake
Farmers are principally entagt-tl in lay
by their cirn crops since hut vest.
'''f"'.3 8 ",,t'f,u l""U v,;r' m
e bear considerable complaint among
the farmers of their wheat being damaged
in the shock.
Tie: ftiterprisiny machine men. M-nrra.
W. W. White and C. Brady, will soon be
out with their machine, threshingthe wheat
of this pi.rt of the county.
Deputy Sheriff Coleman is very busily
engaged collecting tax. s in this and other
Mir-s Eva M. Woriey, formerly of this
place but now residing in Mt. Morris, Ills.,
has recently spent a lew days viuiting
friends and relatives and around Elco.
E. HiiZlewood, Jesse E. Miller and M.
F. Goodman spent the Fourth in S Louis
and Miss Maggie Smithey, Mi-s Flora A.
Putnam and Miss Gust i Smithey in Anna.
We understand that Mrs. H.-nry Planert
will teach the lower Elco school nnd Miss
Single the upper school of the sime dis
trict. We wish tlii.ni both succiss.
Messrs. Miller Bros, our enterprising and
well-known millers of this place, declare
themselves ready to dike iu the new wheat
crop at the best nuiket prices.
Mrs. II. Planert, of this place, is visiting
friends and relatives at Thebe, 111.
Miss K..sa S. Saekett's selec t school at
Hnlevvood school hi.use will close next
Friday. Miss Rosa has made tcachin"
quite a success.
The Democratic element of this place
seem to well leased with the Slate ticket
nominated at Peoria, Ills.
Our saloon-keepers license for selling in
toxicating liquors by the drink expired a
few days ago, he (the sulooi.-lieeper) says
ho can't stand the high license law.
We invite the attention of all to come to
Elco to mill, come to Elco tor blacksmith
ing, come to Elco for to buy dry goods and
groceries, come to Elco and you can get
almost anything needed by farmers. M.
You Would Lt) Very Foolish To
Order or Buy any
Solid Silveii and Silvkh Plated Wakk,
Music I'oxks, Cuti.kky,
Jkwklhv, ok Lamps,
Without first sending six cicnts for postsge
and receiving the magnificently illustra
te 1 catcloL'iie of the
MKU.MOI) &, JACCARI) J KWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. Louis.
When in St. Louis call on them. (2)
Examine our I.ire stock of Liht Wear Uiulei wcar from
tlio .15-cent L'iiuze Uiidersliiit to "tlio finest $5.00 I!;ilbri?"ai.
Our stock of Summer Hosiery is complete com nrisiip'TisIp
Thread, Rallrio-a and Silk Hal Mlcfse. 1
o rn i)
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
CUXimGHAM & Y0CILM.
OFFICE: lloom No.
78 Oi l IO LKVKK,
Liverpool ami London and (i b.be.
(it'nniu.'iii Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield F. A, M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co..
Farmer's ire 1 ns. Co .
Niagara Ins. Co.,
1 I m I
i I V I I
a jl. v a.
UKA.M0K 1 1ST
STOVKS, -:-RAM! liS,-:-TIN,
Binl Cairts. Hath Tubs. Water
A cent for Adams A West lake
Safe Co.. Hamilton Sioel Flows.
Coin Miellers, Flantors. Ftc. Kto.
I'Kl.KPItOXK NO. -JO.
The Late Krnot B. IVttit's
The fun. ml of the Ute Kraest B. Pettit
tx-k r'see ye-Terdy afternoon. The cor
tege lel't ti.e residence on Twenty-eighth
Street at 3:30 o'clock nnd services were I
held in S J .eph's Church hy Rev. Father '
Sween?y who delivered an eloquent sermo:i j
over the beautifully dec orated coffin. j
Ftu in the church the procesoion wended
itfwayd ;wn Washington Avenue and up
Sixth Street to the ttemner Fowler lying
at the wharfhoat. The Citholic Kniyhti
f America, Branch 'SH, and the Anchor
Fire Company attended the funeral.
The feliowing touunittees from the two
organizations mentioned accompanied the
inning, to Faducuh : Catholic Knights,
W. C. Muikey, R. Snell, 15. McMmu and
B. I). Stiipletoii. Anchor Fire Co., (j. F.
Orth, Jvs. Carr.dl, A. IJ. Sleeie and Tho.
I'.iytoti. Mrs. GU;il"r, of I'aducah, tif ther
of Mrs. I'ettif, and her two hroth'-rn, and
Miss C. Ilavis, of M. tropoli", nl,o attended
li censed was horn in the city of lebtc
March :n-t, lv.VJ.
In the North aud Northwest the sky wns
reported clear yesterday. In the South
and Kant it wis cloudy in spot. The bar
ometer was still In low at all points re
ported from, ex'vp'ing Yankton, Omaha
North Finite nnd Do.lge City. The thenn
ometer fell at the points named but rose at
every other p .int, tatifjing between 101 at
Shreveport and 7. at D.ilge City. South
and Fast the wind blew from the South
west an I West; North and Northwest it
blew fio.n the North, Norh.vest and
jiik Mui.LKTiN inclinometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
I f V
bH- -7 A.M.
1)0- 12 M.
91 6 P.M.
Tho Fimro of Pari with a solemn
that "twelvo Ameneau iiinlioua res
have united and .. bs "JJ
iu Jerusalem a templo d at ha
exactly correspond to that wnicn
was destroyed by tho Romans in A. V.
70 " It adds tho intormation that two
of' these "millionairea" have already
(runo to Palestine to select the timo and
means of operation.
Tho "Palace-' Oloihior.
1 liT M
1, 31. & 0. 1!. If. liiiiMiiir.
- - (J-A I KO, ILL.
Jew oik riulorwii't r' Agcnry.
Oerinaii-Aiiiei iean Ins (V,
City of Loudon,
Ainaon Ins. Co,
Continental Ins. fnf
North wotei ii Alutual Life Jus. Co.
and Aalc Ware,
Coolers k Ice Cream Freezers.
Oil. tiAsoline and (,'as sinves. 1), tmit
Chilled Hows. Walking Cnltivaioi
"I can't see why they call it cord
wood," tsaid L aura, who w-as W'atchin
Tom getting up his musido on tho saw"
buck gymnasium; "there is some rea
son for it, I suppose, but I can't seo
"You mean," said Tom, setting a
big hickory slick in place, "that you
can knot saw iL Iirnco cord wood."
"Oil, Tom,', said tho dear one re
proachfully, "what horrid grammar."
And the awful glare with which Tom
regarded her unsmiling countenance as
he sawed clear throiign the stick and
the knee of his pantaloons was enough
to melt the knotty heart of n century,
old oak. liurUt,ij''m iav'y
Notice, la thU rot n tun mree IIik. or :rt iicen,!
oi.eliirtlijn or 1 no per week.
IVAN THO OIU' h-Toad.lrvs. ovrtwu million
M eiiv. loii: at Un-ir own lioiiii.'. Wurk left aud
rll.l fur r n h S lid ddre.'d and .tamiied
eiivi'lon- for fur' tier dVt .l!. dilre
Mr. Ilatu'n Wonun'n Joarral.
Two dvlral' lot. on CT. h Siireet,
oinlL,k'i' H il-ioij
A)il)r to Jno. A I'oore.
VANrEI) MKN-To dl.trllmte clrcularii In
' Cairo and vicinity for $l'i ..-r mouth. Send
refiTftice and atanip for reply AddrciM
.Mrs. Utu' Woman n.loumal.
cut - u 2-
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The Kegnltir Cairo . raducah Baily
ail GUS FOWLER
IIRNRY E. TAYLOH, Master.
OKOUUE JOIIEa, Clerk.
J.ivea l'tducah forCiIro dally (Sundays exflnpt.
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1p.m. Uoluru
ln, loave Cairo at 4 p.m.; Moand City at B p.m.