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rjmK CITY NATION A L'flANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
7i OIIIO LEVKE.
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A Geueral Banking: Easiness
Til 08. W. II ,VMJ1) v
JNTERPRiSE SAVING RANK.
(EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINUS RAM..
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Strot t
P. BHOSd. Preauient.
U. WBLl.8, Catblor.
r. NFf. Vlcef'rea'ni
T. J. Kerch. Aaa't eaat
Broaa.... Ca'ro I William Kluie. .CMri
reierixeir ..... William Wolf..
v, M ueurlob. " C. O. Patter.
K. A. Under 1 1). Well
J, Y. Clemaon. Caledoula .
AUKJiKHAI.BANKI.SO liUSlXKnB OONK.
Kicbango tto'A and bought. Interest ti U
a niiuK rpurirneui. ioueci lor n mart D
11 nuaiDe.a promptly attended tc.
jjR. J. E. 8TR0N0,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAfOU, ELECTRO-VAPOR 40 MEDICATE
A .ady la attendance.
Jl M: HARWELL, M. D.
OPFICE-Eatt fldjCnin uereial. below 8:h St.
Cairo. Ill riois.
urrua An. iss Commirria;
BI'Jiil S't.'.f Htru
0. PARSONS, M. 0.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
0mC3-City Drjjr S:ore. Carbondala, LI.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
. , , , . , .
Organized Dauber, ,1883, Under the
Soccenaur to Widowa and Orpbana MuiohI Aid So
civly, o Kaiilsef duly 4th, 1877, DU't'
th lawa of I87ii.
JOHN H. ltoniNSON Hroaidott
wai, b ha i i .i ,. vice rnKiuuni
J. A. OOLuSTINB Tteaauni
0. W. DUN NINO Medical Advlaer
THOMAS LBVTLi Sccretat)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS roit 1st YEAR.
U7m Uf-altntl HftaiinH AHl. Ala... ft'.-.a til
iv aaa, unaivuut vi"tlUU f UITU ' IU iUI P( vn.llli 1 lit
J. A. Goidatlnn, ofuolriatlne A R'laefiwnUir, whole-
mi ami mn ur? gioa;u. V, UhhllltU, n . ".I
Prm. Bd. Mud hx , for F naUins; Aihctl l.uwla.
Corainlilon. merchant! J. II Holilnaou, ruling
lodae an notary pnhllcj Wro. K. I'llchur, r.mi.
oroaer ana inaaraur.a ajoni: k. II Hard
street saperviKor; M t'h nn a, carp, titer am
r; Thomas LowK attorniiv and mcretarv
P:erce.att(irnov j.t.AW. DuOnoln III k. il
eaahler of ntnnnlal Ban , Aahluv, III t Alport
iijuen, caantr oi ueorve t;onne ly a to., " urlnit
uciu, i i i d. n unn. anornny-av-'aw, n
dolph street, Chlrairni Hon. Robt A. Hatcror
torney-at law, Obarleaton. Mo I U l.elubtor.
AAablAa VI... W..I .. .- . . . . ' .
want mi national raua, Dioarv, lowa
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
ITnrirvnres. rirnruhirU.f 'rnnn. Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cident Consumntion and for the re
lief of cor ', mptive persons in advan
ced fctares cl the Disease, i or ha e
by all Druggists l'ricc, 25 Cents.
DO YOU KNOW
Wltn Red Tin ag la the be.tr It ibe pare t; ll
....-. 1 bivii nun ('i.urt naijrv.'V. uiu iirr.,
or any deleterious tiiyrtidlttjn, la tbe caae wl'b
many o'ber tobacoa
LORlLLAItD'S HOSE LEAF FINE CUT
la alio mail a ofthflnet atork, and for aromatic
coeiriug quamy id eecona to Done.
LORILLAUDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
take flrat tank aa aao'M do'alile .aokluu tobacco
wnureTer 11 tr iaoc a.
LORILLAUD S fAMOUS SNUFFS
Dave been uard fur over 124 rear, and are auld 10 a
irKT in.inm aar oinura
who are tired of Ct'lro a that fade In iarjablne or
wa b.ii will dad tne
P U R P L E 8, "0 R A Y S, " AND
p.Tfecll fat and e lab'e It tou want ar bona t
lrlnt. try them 3d arte in vreat variety.
I have poiitivar ii1j I riii above 1 ! ;bMtf
utdioir he iu tu t'd. J ..iji't'ii. iite-uriffiaruTfti h
iu ll.tftV ry.ln il v. I T0 rWTTl.KS HifcB.
t-rrihar wit 1 a V t X ll . I HKATI.-K on thuditviM
v. 1. m. OLgiu, in rtanat., mw iqts.
The Sconce of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Mlltv l''mntut.- DveMm- lo Man. krmr. 01
Yotuh. and unt ill nnacriu renultitiu Irnm Im!'
fret on ur ciufti A ok lor cvrv mii. routiit.
Oiluilt'..mit np1 .ill, .'trim fllni. iirHMrritiM.in
(r lla-iitu and ctir..iiic d . . -ii hih.iI
jich ibia uihir. o lo nd y tbe AaMir.
wnoup espcrt!i,ci' for ) er ncb u nroliHlii
ver oeroro tor to the lot or anv nhntc no
DakfU. liOtll!ll II tll'B tl 1 1 til I ft nfh tnii.m. .imli,i
ed coTtra, Til fa. ,'nara' te d to h-a fliier w..r
to ev ry f.iiii iBvcbniiic i, literary nd proli't-
total thai, ii't uthei wo k inld in ttita counir
ior4 so. oi trentxuy 1I. lie relunUed In ever
lnurc J'll'-o oily fi.uii bv n -tl. iiosl i aid".
I llltfirttflv. Mmm lu K .i.Mi ..r,A .......
meuul awiru-d tbt author tit the Natio al Mediia1
f&npt:cinnuu. in inu n rer m wnirn ttm r. lem
Th wrf. ni. I If .kn A k. A k . 1.
f r Itiftrn t on, ai d hy the afflicted for lelliif. it
win ueueui ai . ionoon i.bi cel.
Tbert ! nn mAmhi.v nt firn.tL fi, i&hm tli ik.l.
ence of Life will not he upeful, whether youth,
pmTi Khardiau, tnatmctcr or lerit mau Arfo-
AdilroM the P.lv.it Meillr.l linl.tnfn m li.
W. il PtrUcr, No. Bultli.c St i et. U ton
Maa., who may be cnan!ied on all dta aea re
llll tni akllt unit iHtmriniirii f'h finff. .nil ..K.i.
oat- dlaea r that ha haltleil IIP a I ih
aalhel all o her ,.hv:cthii-a LlVjixL. re.
cialty. hacb treated auc- I I f I.' I
ce-full without an Inat 1 II I LlTjlir
ancet. I failure Mention tbia payer.
There wag considerable cxcitcnicut on
C Humercial avenue yesterday miming,
about two-thirds of the inhabitants of
iuv,ii mixing ri inn virlUt. ACHiOreU
siren aimed Mat. Dtlrbin, beini; in an io
toxicatud condition, proceeded to chasiise
two sisters of unsavory character. Armed
with a knife she was about to carve them,
when Officer Malianny came upon the
tiP.noi.'i .!; . :.. .1... . i . i
scene. Taking in the situation at a glance,
ho grabbed Mrs. Durbin'a arms and twk
the knilit away. Then t fun ban. Slie
retused to g.. with the olficer and btid down
on the sidewalk, swearing such fearful
oaths as to astocith even the residents of
that benighted locality. She kicked off
her shoes and ev. ti thr itencd t i disrobe,
but the oflluer gave her aim oue of those
peculiar twists knuwn only to minions of
the law, and she quxkly arose. It was
only after a colored sister had volunteered
to go with Mrs. D. that slice unseated to ac
company t tie olficer without making a
further spectacle of herself, thouuh he
would have taken her if a (hay had been
requireu. n.iung mo street sue created
much ftwtioili but WU4 flmllly 8,lfi,,y
required. Along the street she created
lauded in the city refrigerator, where she
At au earlier hour she had a difficulty
witli a man at Everett's pltrc, in which a
pistol and ax were flourished, l,ut no se
rious damage occurred.
The cases of thee throe women w'll be
tried this morning at 9 o'clock, before Jus
tice Robinson, when a regular, highly
colored malinuo i promised.
Ho died of rheumatism, and the raised a
monument for Ins sake. St. Jacobs Oil
would havH cured his ache.
ir von Doi
If)ou want to sell anything,
i ' you want tu ouy anvtluiig,
If you want to imtieaHc your business,
If you w .nt to hire anyone,
It you want a siiu ition,
If yon have a homo to rent,
If vim want tu rent a liniisn.
Advoriiee In Tub Cairo BuLuaiw,
AGreat Madical Work on Manhood
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1884.
Gkn. Grant pouitlvely refuses to accept
peuiioo from tliu govcrDineut.
Tub next cession of the lc(,'inUlure of Il
linois corjveut'i At Sjiriti'flulJ on the 7th of
Januitry, belny oo tliu first WeduesJay hf
ter (bo flrHt Moudity.
It in unlil tbnt Ilayoes, elected as an in
(lipcmlt n', lit a announcud hit inieutioa of
vutiriir with the utiiuocrttg. It lie (Joes go,
Louno will not bo his owb succesmir.
Tdk Louisville kcIiooI board resolved to
adj ium tbu fclioolg from Duccmber 23 un
til January 0, io order that such teachers si
(Haired to do sn would have leisure to viait
the world's fair at New Orleans,
Tub president baa notified the managers
of ibe New Orleans exposition that it will
be iniposs hie for him to levo Washington
to attend the opening of the exposition nn
the 15th, but be hopes to be able to visit
the exposition duriog January.
A sot u En illustration of the beauticx of
our present turiflVyidera is seen in the re
cent action of the Britich Siena er Craa
brook's captain: "lie bad 400 tons of coal
an board as ballast from Shields to Balti
more. But he dumped it into the bay off
Annapolis to avoid the payment of the 75
cents per ton duty. While this was being
done thousands of discharged operatives in
Baltimore, Philadelphia and oiber cities
were sufferng from cold and the want of
the means of cooking their scanty supplies.
Tue captain in the mean time has made
himself liab.e to a fine, not for not giving
away this coal to the suffering poor people
but becauso be violated a custom house
law io thus ridding himself of the coal."
Tub following quaint and curious in
dorsement was found on the back of a
Cleveland and Hendricks ticket voted at
Barnwell, South Carolina:
"Oiover Cleveland, btmd up! A jury of
your countrymen bave found jou guilty of
iieaiuiu and couopirin with Uiver dem
lira's to become president of thi United
States, to the reat birm aud personal in
j iry nt over one htitiured thousand loyal oi-nct-holdcrs
ol the republic. Ai.d more;
)ou live cius.-d aner, haired, ill-will,
cur-ra and maledictions to spiiujf up and
live among iIhj hitherto united republican
lamily of tins couutiv. Y'nr aovoca'es
have delendel you wnh zeiil nnl ability.
Indeed such z-al and aluliiy huve never
btfre been known in the history of presi
dential cunptiuii in ihese United States.
As the j'iry h..wcver Imve recommended
you tu tneic), I ra ike your sentence h-nient
a Hie law allow. It is: I hat you, Urover
CitveUnil, he confined at hard Ulmr within
ttie wnHs of tbu white h iuni-, in the city of
Waliiiigtun. D. C, tor four long yenrn from
ibe 4th of March nt-xt tntiuing.r And may
the Li iru iiav,' meicy on your foul. Brmg
in lorn iii-naricki! '
-A very light ruin viaited this locality
-Circuit CiUit adjourneJ yesterday
The Street Railroad Co. bave issued a
printed time card.
Coat maker wanted immediately; A,
Ray nor, Carbnndalc, III. . 3t
J. M. Shick and wife, of Anns, III.,
were doing Cairo yesterday.
Mi-s EIU Kent, of Chicago, is the
guest of MifS Addie Antrim, of this city.
The Pa lucah. Standard his a good
word to say for the Cairo Polemic society.
Felt 72 Inches wide, in all colors, for
table and piano covers. W. E. Gholson.lf
Tbrupp & Fitzgerald want all the men
and teams they can get on their narrow
J. Duke Murrav, agent of the Milton
Nobb-s company, favored us with a pleas
ant call yesterday.
Seveial chicken roosts wero robbed
early yesterday morning in tho southwest
ern part of the city.
Anyone desiring ono or two hand
somely luruiidied rooms on Commercial av
enue apply at this oflko. tf
E. O. Conn, the famous band hs'ru-
meut manufacturer, of Elkhart, Ind., is
reKis'cted at The Ilnlliday.
John Cruce, the coloied man who kill
ed anoiher nero in Eist Cairo a shoit time
uiuee, is on trial st WIcKlllIe.
It is altogether probable that the work
on the dump of iho Louis & Cairo road
will be completed by January i.
Baseball bats aro to bo flat next sea
son, something like tho shape of a good
many fellows' he.ds who wield them.
-Mr. Schwartno will personate the king
and Mist Molliu Riit.y thu queen in' tho
court scene to-night, at Mr. OaligherV.
There is a mai nHtned Bucher in Cairo
who sells meat for a living. Th 'ro Is some
thing in a fume itlur all. ruducuh Stand
ard. Nicholas Ilunsacker, a prominent
fanner residing near Commercial Point,
was in tho city yesterday circulating among
Conductor Patton, for 80 years past
connected with the Central, will celebrato
his 70th birthday in March next by retiring
from the road.
In our report of offlcon elected by thu
C. K. of A. the name of our genial citv
eh rk, 1). J. Foley, was omitted. JJo was
elected one ot tho trustees.
We visited tho marine hospital yester
day and found tho workmen busily engag-
ed io putting on tho flul-dnng touches. It
expected that everything will be la read- J
iness for opening the Institution by the first
oi January, when The BCLI.KTIS will kWo
full and complotu description of the af
There was another lively "scrap" oter
Id "Pinch" yesterday afternoon, but the
participants fled when an officer put In his
December 8 Sarah 8. Metcalf transfer.
rd to WillUm B. Fudd n of nw and sw
H of w U section 20, town 10, range 2.
1 here is sufficient water in the Ohio at
Pi tabu rg to allow the coal fleet to Btart
outh, The shipments Tuesday for Cincin
nati and Louisville aggregated 8,570,000
A fsw days since a white boy oaraed
Willi, ni B.ird escaped from the deputy
jailor at Wirkliffe. He has light hair, cut
short. Tht re is a reward of 50 for his
Notwitlistanding the lateness of the
season, the painters are busily eogaged in
adorning numerous residences and business
bouses. With the latter the prevailing
color is red.
Charlie Gayer yesterday bought the
"boss" fat cow. He will feed her un for
Christmas and then gladden tho hearts of
the hungry people up town with prime
John Mitchell was brought before
Justice Robinson on a charge of disorderly
conduct, yesterday, and was fined $3 and
costs for his infraction of the city laws. lie
promised to settle at an early date.
A crazy man has been roaming about
the city the past two days, but is supposed
to be pertectly harmless. However, as a
sane notion might strike him and ho do
something bad, it would be well to look
out for the individual.
-Capt. Billy Sandusky, an old Cairoite
and now proprietor of two eating-houses on
the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, between
Paducah an.1 Evansville, wns in town two
or three days this this week, looking after
bis property interests here.
Alter heiring the evidence in the cae
of Cypcrt, who shot a friend while fooling
with a revolver some time since in ibis
city, Judgu Browning decided thut he
should go free. Cvnert was mora than
pleased with the decision.
Bill Johnson, the vagrant, who was
fined tl by Magistrate Cominga, and who
win. allowed to depart on condition that he
would leave the city in un hour, came back
and reported that he could not gel acri'ss
the tiver. Mr. C.g&vohim a dime to en
able him to reach auothet state.
John Hammonds, who aoveral years
since was murshal of WitklilTc, Ky , was
arrested at Pa lucah, charged with highway
robbery, he baviug compelled negro men to
stand and deliver after night at the muzz'e
of a revolver. The arrest whs made tinon a
dispatch from R. L. Bdliugton, j tiler of
-Josiah P. Hodge is the editor of the
Golcnda Herald. One of his subscribers
being in arrears, be sent him a statement of
account, and received the following In re
ply: "inrjohh hodge ynu pleas send noe
moir of thoes hierls to nice for I git them
soe on regular it dont pay rre to bye them
I dont whant them noe longer eny way,"
E. A. Smith swore out a warrant
against Kate J. Wright, charging her with
using abusivo and profane language toward
him on the evening of November 28. Tho
case was tried beforo Magistrate Comings
yesterday, and, after hearing the testimony
of a vast array of witnesses and the srgu
nientof a'torneys, bis honor assessed Mrs
Wright $5 and costs.
TIih Illinois Central railroad company
has tendered Gov. Hamilton a special Pud
man for the use of himself and friends to
New Orleans and return. It is expected
that the governor will invite a part of his
staff and tho stato officers to accompany
him. He will leave next Saturdav nltrh' at
II o'clock, and arrive in New Orleans
Monday morning early.
Tho ladies of the Episcopal church
will this evening give a parlor entertain
ment and oyster supper at tho residence of
Charles -Oaligher, Eq. An interesting
programme will bo presented, the leading
features of which will bo a court scene, thu
stately minuet of ye olden time, aud se
lections of choico music. A general invi
tation is extended and a joyous time is an
-The Chicago Current utters this word
of encouragement : "The Currout can stato
on the authority of manv r.r th., . i,t..a
bankers of thu country that a general busi
ness revival of tho safest nnd most con
servative character is already in progress.
It is idle lor any partisan to claim ' that
such a revival is duo this to or that. It la
Into that Is enough. All good men are
glad of it."
--Mrs. Captain MeBrldo very pleasantly
entertaiued an impromptu gathering of a
score or sour licrfi lends at her residutico
on 10th street Tuesday evonlng. The parly
was to some extent a surprise, but tho omia
blu hostess was taual to the occasion: tho
evening pwfed with music and mirth not
forget tint; tho rcfrestiinciitH and th?gU"sU
deputed at a late hour, jVelintr that ft do-
ightful evening had l een spent.
-Sometime during Tuesday night sev
eral punes of glass wero removed trout the
front window nfflna. A. flvenlioiUV tfrnnnrv
I'ore, enrntr of Commercial avenue and
Twenty-eighth utreet, and goods abstracted
GIFTS FOE THE HOLIDAY
Wlmt can be nrre appreciated than a beautiful as well as
asubstantia! 1:1ft? What is more to be admired for a Christ
IMS 1 resent than an elegant pair of Shoes or Slippers?
We know not what. Our ;tockof
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so complete. We b of the
good people not to confound ns a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
havebeenamonyouallof our lives and know just what
you want, and we have the goods suited to the location.
We invite an early inspection
HO Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
eiy oi m-iincs for the
all call and examine my large
to the value of $13 or t20, consisting of a
box or plug tobacco, several boxes ot ci
gars, smoking tobacco, etc. There wero no
shutters to the window, so the thief or
thieves had but little trouble in doing tho
job. While our police forco is composed
of first-class men, who do their duty well,
yet the number of officers is not as large as
mo bizo ot tne city demands. Oivo us
There is a dispute between Bob Baird
aud Jim Summerwell as to who raised tho
first brick house in Cairo. The difference
grows out of the item given by Baird to
Tiik Bulletin that the brick kitchen of
II. H. Candou was the first raised by a
Cairo man. SuniTcrwell claims (and can
prove it) that ho lifted Judge Comings
house 0 feet, years and years ago. The
Bulletin accepts all apologies.
The holiday season ia chno at hand- -a
sriion when thu cures tf life are mellow
ed or forgotten, and when happiness rules,
especially in tho domain of childhood.
How their eyes sparkle with hone and
gladness as they survey the toys that adorn
thu windows all gay with a wealth of holi
day goods. With what rapturo they anti
cipate thfl Christmas morning I Huppy
children I Good parents and friends will
minister to their joy, that mty bo a plcua-
aiit memory through long years to come.
But who will care for thu child ot poverty
and want? That poir little girl or boy
with sad and longing eyes can only look
through thu window at what seems to
them a fniiy land, created mid adorned for
the enjoyment of others. They feel them
solved shut out from the delight it affords.
It is pleasant to reflect, however, that here
as olsewhoro there aro kind and generous
ones who will multiply their own happiness
an hundred fold by searching out these
waifs and showing thorn that holiday Joys
are not ali a dnrnm.
0, Cib eaa now begin,
And vacli mom bur lo 'dly china,
And Is prod tint wltn his gcatiou atlons
tie la i turn and dignified,
With a ilaali of pumpooa pride,
Ai If oa him dupeh'lod fata of nation.
Jlu'i a patriot lo bo sure.
And bit motives may h pur ,
liut hit eye Is fliod on big appropriations.
American direct-feed Student
Lamps, nickle-plrtted. All danger
of accidents removed. The capa
city of the oil reservoir is one
third more than any other lamp.
Tnese lamps h ive been thorough
ly tested and have given uni
versal satisfaction. No one can
ifford' o do without one. as I
have put the price down to 84.00
within the reach of all. These
lamps are to be had at Santa
Clius' headquarters, where also
can bo found the largest assort
ment of Toys. Uoliday Presents,
American and Bohemian Glass
ware, Nilver-plrtfed Vases and a
handsome assortment of Ivory
and Celluloid Handle Carvers,
beautifully decorated Library
Lamps, decorated Tea, Dinner and
ChiinihrM' Set niul nn pixITouq rani.
Holidays. Would be pleased to have
148 & 150 Com'lAve.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
One Nijrht Only.
TUESDAY, DEP. 16.
An Old Favorite! ,A New Play!
Tbu Eminent Comedian and Dramatist,
saalatvd by tho Youns and Gifted Vocallat aad
and itipporti d b a VowerftULetrltlraata Companvl
TI'ESD.VY KVI.N'M), Don. 1, will preae nt for
in" 11 i t ui' in ti'le cttj bia Ideal New
Yo'k Siii'C aa, entltlud
LOVE AND LAW!
A Comcdy Dr ma h F nir Acta, by Milton Noblae.
Now mid Original Characters! Thrill
ing i)r un.itie liiuax' ti! startling'
ticciiic Lilccts! Oi iglnal Music I
a Superb Caste!
Ki'llx O'Mair Attorner-at Uw, . Milton Nobles '
Ullta, au ltullan blraet bltiRor, JJollle Noblei
Otlll'r Iplriinff rhurtfltA K ttapnAntt.
f,, J..K' Jlu'r. TU Ih Harnum, Krank K.
A I Unn M w t'nh.H...... . n. t. ....... t...t.
Inf, Chtrin K. Warren, K. L. Horiliner, h. W
'vn uiaift v w VWt
SynopsLs of Scenrry ami Incidents.
APT I. Love. Tip Intima Iko, Mfiune Baf
Vln tttai "lati'ti Ialand, with a view af Ktw
Vi r Hi' ami lU'hiir,
CI' II Ltivii. I'm' Imp ratlin. Krn The Den
of li'uvimnl Ceinl, Cm-bv Mtr nt. New Yor City. .
Al"l" III. Li'Vp Tun R.-a laailnn, rneT&"
lleiuli 1. 1)1 ilnleu M.mUirfiH', How York City.
A T IV. law i he ( onaummation. Horn 1
I. aw ' lMc of Hawrer and O'l'alT. Heene SA
Mlrevt arijn oiiiit tho r aldeuceof H den Moaane.
8auc a-l'hg Ouu i f (llotannl ConU.
rr-Aatnlaalon, 60 ttttrt T5 tettl. OaUerr. tt
Oeutt. Beat mured at Buder's. ;