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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1881."
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
Olttce: Bulletin Building, WiuhlngUtn Avenue
BNTKBKI) AT TUB POST OWICI IN CAIRO, IL
L1NOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
CAimo. III., June 3(1, 1881
Time. Bur. Ther. Bam. Wind. Vel Weather.
. a.m 89.M
10 " S W
Minimum Temperature. Vlo: Minimum Tem
perature ?!-; Kaln U.ltttnchei.
River, lift feet I inches. Fall, 7 Inches.
W. 12. RAY
Sorc't Signal Cor'pa. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticet In thl column, cljht cenU pur lino fur
flrnt and five cent per Hue each tmbni'ouetit liner
llou. Fur one month, 50 cent per Hue.
FOURTH OF JULY PROGRAMME.
LINE OF MARCH, ETC.
The several companies taking part in (ho
demonstration on the 4th of July will form
in their respective halls and march to the
different positions assigned to them below:
The Arabs on cast side of Washington
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
the right resting on Eighth street.
The Rough and Ready on the east side
Washington avenue, botwecn Seventh and
Eighth, right resting on Eighth street.
The Hibernians on the east side Wash
ington avenue, between Ninth and Tenth,
right resting on Ninth street.
The Deltas on west side Washington ave
nue, between Eighth and Tenth, right rest
ing Eighth street.
The Anchors on tho west side Washing
ton avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets, right resting on Ninth street.
The Mystic Krew on the west side Wash
ington avenue between Seventh and Eighth,
right resting on Eighth street.
Visiting companies will form on south
side to Eighth street between Washington
avenue and Commercial, right resting on
ORDER OF MARCH.
1 Grand Marshal and Assistants.
2 Mayflower Band Will Emery, Direc
3 Mayor and City Council and Speak
ers, in carriages.
4 Arab Fire Company No. 2.
5 Rough and Ready Fire Company
C Hibernian Fire Company No. 4.
7. Harry Walker's Comiquo Baud Al
8 Delta Fire Company No. C.
9 Anchor Fire Company No. 7.
10 Knights Mystic Krew ot Comus.
11 CitizenB in carriages and on horse
LINE OF MARCH.
Start from corner of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, up Eighth street to
Commercial avenue, up Commercial avenue
to Tenth street, up Tenth street to Levee,
down Levee to Sixth street, down
Diiiii street to Washington avenue, up
Washington avenuo to park-.
Citizens living along the line of march
are respectfully requested to decorate their
All companies are ordered to be in posi
tion at 10 a. m.; the column will move at
The following gentlemen have been ap
pointed assistant marshals, and will be
olwyed accordingly : Wm. E. Lippctt, W.
M. Williams, Chas. Cunningham and N. E.
The assistant marshals will report at
headquarters, corner Sevenfh'and Commer
cial at 10 o'clock sharp.
Tnos. W. Shields,
Being compelled to change my location,
in a short tune I will offer to the public
for the next thirty days and as long after
as l am permitted to stay in my old loca
tion Trimmed Hats and Untrimmed Hats
at less than cost, and notions of every des
cription, reganiioss ot cost. A lull line ot
Ladies' Uuderwear.also ready made dresses
and lawn suits, and will close out my stock
ot jowely at cost. Mrs. H. Williamson.
Proposals for tho purchase of the Athe
ncutn building and the house, now occupied
by Mrs. Williamson, adjoining; also the
stable in the roar of said house, will be re
ceived until Saturday, July 9th, 4 p. m., by
the building committee of the Opera-house
The purchaser will bo required to remove
said buildings within thirty days from day
oz purchase. o. . Taylor, .
Tuos. W. SniELDs,
Cairo, June 28. Com.
All the scenery belonging to the Atheneum,
consisting of one parlor, one library, one
kitchen, one landscape, ono dark wood,
one prison, one sh!p Bcene, ono winter
Bcene, one horizon, ono bridge set, one set
waters, two set rocks, one chamber scene,
one set mantles, two set cottages, one set
wmdow, one cut word and arches, one drop
curtuin aud full set wings, tormenters and
flies to match. Also all the benches and
furniture, will be sold at a bargain by ap
plying to Dan UxnTMAN.
Cairo, Juno 28, 1881.
IIowe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to bo tho bout made. Borden,
Hellcck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
aaaa a w a , -
Worms, that universal disease iu child.
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the uhq
or Dr. Perry i Dead Shot Verraituge. E
Ferret, Agt., 872 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (4)
Backtab's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapmtd hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cent per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
Mm. niUA.Dorr will offer Iierlurnituio
ml liDUHolwild Goods at private sale from
now uutil the 0th proximo. Call at hor
rfxiclrnrn nn tho south side of Fifth street.
between Washington avenue- and Walnut
July 4-th, 181.
The Illinoia Central It. H. will sell ex
from Cairo to all stations at
one and one-third fare for tho round trip
Tickets will bo sold July 2nd, 8rd and 4th
and good to return on until 5th inclusive
A. 11. UAKHON,
Gen'l Pass. Agent
For Rknt A large front room, furnish
cd. Annlv to Mrs. M. Boyle, between
Washington and Walnut, on Eighth street
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John II. Lane,
Cairo, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quire at 0. M. Alden's commission store
M. U. KNIGHT.
Notice of Partnership.
A partnership has been this day formcc
hi'.twflnn Henrv Stout and W. B. Green gen
end contractors in brick work. Job work
a sni'cialrv. The business at present will
bo carried on by W. B. Green. Address
post ofhco box 08,5, Cairo, ill.
Stout & Green.
Ice, Wholesale ami Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by tho car
load, or by tho pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts ot the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in Quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee lec Uo.,KanKakec, in. lei
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcei In theie column, ton cents per line,
each insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
See notice of private sale in special
Yesterday Marshal Myers received
taxes for one dog and received the bodies
For Sale' a Good Piano Immediately,
cheap. Apply at The Bulletin office for
Mr. Daniel Hartman is having the
metalic roof of his queensware store paint
ed in order to render it more durable.
Another pile of gravel is lying on Ohio
levee near tho river's edge, just below the
stone depot, for use on the 6trects of the
The principles of the greenback party
will be advocated at tho conclave to bo
held at Jacksonville by Cairo representa
tives. Not a single case of lawlessness was re
ported to the police yesterday and the
night before. All the police dockets in the
city were clean.
Within the last ten or twelve days five
divorce suits have been commenced in Fa
ducah ; in three out of tho five, the wives
are the plaintirls.
Washington avenue is to bo sprinkled
as soon as Mr. Lee Boicourt's water tanks,
at the corner of Tenth street and Ohio
levee, are in position and operation.
Harry Walker's Comique band has
been missed from the streets of the city this
week. The reason is, it is rumored, that
Al Goss, the able leader, is not well.
The Ohio river yesterday morning, at
eight o'clock, was twenty-five and three
quarter feet above low water mark ; in tho
evening, at six o'clock, it had fallen half a
A colored man named Wm. Hoffman,
who was hauling coal for the gas company,
was overcome by the heat Wednesday cveu
ing; but at last accounts was doing very
Veunor predicted abundant harvests
fur 1881. Speculators have tried to make
it appear differently, but the indications
arc that tho weather prophet will como out
Anna will celebrate the coming Fourth
by a number of races in which some ot the
best stock in Southern Illinois will take
part. Five hundred dollars ore offered in
As may be seen from an advertise
ment in special local column, tho Illinois
Central railroad company will carry passen
gers from Cairo to all stations at ono and
one-third fare from the 3d, to the 5th of
Enough to make a horse laugh to
think of Conkling looming up as an anti
monopolist senator. He never has been
anything but a monopolist sena
tor, and has in numberless
instances appeared in court as their paid
Mrs. II. Burke, not "Mr. Patrick
Burke," as was stated in yosterday's Bul
letin, owned the property on the corner of
Fourth street and Washington avenue, sold
tho house to Mr. Louis Herbert, will build
a brick house on the now vacant lots and
iU occupy It with hor store and family.
In view of tho fact that tho building
committee of tho Cairo Opera Houso com
pany has dccldod to erect tho house on tho
site of the old Atheneum and the frame
building occupied by Mrs. S. Williamson,
has already caused far-seeing men of means
to purchase tho adjoining lota, with tho in.
tention of removing tho framo buildings
now upon Ihoin and . erecting
substantial brick business houses.
It is uot only probable but
ouito certain that within a year that block
will be ono of the best and grandest in tho
Tho last touches are now being put
upon tho Union depot. The paintors fin
ished their work yesterday, and tho carpen
ters, too. aro through with their work
Tho offices aro already occupied by tho
railroad officials and the depot presents
quite a business like appearance.
-Good streets is what Cairo needs above
all things on next Monday and every means
should bo used to bring about this result,
All that the scavenger can do should bo
done, and all that the sprinkler can do
should be done. What these cannot accom
plish must be accomplished by a kind provi
One of tho employes of the new elo
vator, named W. J. Lyons, had his hand
badly mangled by tho wheels of a car that
is being used on top of tho building for
transporting lumber from , place to place
Three fingers wero badly mashed. The
necessary surgical attention was given tho
We received yesterday 20 reams West
lock bill heads, 20 ream statements, a large
lot of 0 nnd 6 cuvelopes, best In market
full government, 2 reams note and letter
heads, 30,000 cards, all of which wo are
ready to print and deliver to our merchants
in first-class order at prices as low as good
stock can be furnished.
State Senator Sessions, of New York
implicated in tho bribery of certain mem
bers of the legislature of that state, has
been indicted by the grand jury at Albany
He came into court, pleaded not guilty,and
gave bail in the sum of $3,000 mr his ap
pcarance for trial. The chances for his
conviction are not enough to give him
Tho new belts and swords of tho boys
of the Mystic Krew havo arrived. The
former are red leather, with a silver buckle
in front bearing tho stamp of the order, the
skull and cross-bones, with the letters, "K
M. K. C." surrounding it, one at each cor
ner of the buckle. The swords are silver-
plated and of elegant workmanship. Cres
cents, stars and other ornaments are still to
Boys should not be permitted to fly
kites, where they are liable to become en
tanglci with the telegraph wires in the
city. In a walk through the Btrects one's
attention is every now and then attracted
by a shapeless raas9 of sticks, paper, string
and rags suspended from the wires. The
bare, rough poles and, in some places, the
crooked wires, irregularly put up, look bad
enough without such decorations.
Griscom has entered upon We thirty-
third day of his fast in excellent trim, and
as yet expresses no doubt of his ability to
complete his self-imposed task. When
weighed at noon yesterday he turned the
scales at 1G0J pounds,which is two pounds
ess than the day before and 30' pounds
ess than when he began. He spent most
of yesterday reclining in an easy chair and
dozing the hours away. He look 9 much
worse than at any tune hitherto since the
fast was bezun.
- Old settlers' rouuions and picnicks are
becoming very general and popular in dif
ferent parts of this and other states. Why
can not Cairo and Alexander county have
one? There are in Cairo and vicinity many
persons who could tell strange and start
ing tales of life hero forty or more years
ago which would be of the greatest interest
to tho average citizen at present. A re
union of this kind held at some historic
place in tho city, would afford great pleas
ure and delightful entertainment both to
tho old settlers and others.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding tlireo o'clock p. in.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Ten n., 90; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 88; Davenport, Iowa, 78; Dubuque,
Iowa,; Keokuk, Iowa, 82; LaCrossc,
Wis., 80; Leavenworth, Kas., 85; bonis
ville, Ky., 88; Memphis, Tenn., 07; Nash
ville, Tenn., 04; Omaha, Neb., 85; Pitts
burg, Ph., 8U; Shreveport, La., 08; St.
Louis, Mo., 80; St. Paul, Minn., 82; Vicks
burg, Miss., 08; North Platte, Neb., 85;
Bismarck, Dak., U7; Dodgo City, Kan,, 08.
Tho floor in the office of County Clerk
Ilumm is receiving the attention of the
workman. Tho old floor is being
covered with on inch thick layer
of mortar, composed of cement
and sand. On top of this a pine floor is to
belaid. The object in constructing tho
floor thus is to prevent tho bad odor from
tho cells below from coming through tho
floor into tho clerk's office. This odor, it is
said was almost unbearable, especially dur
ing tho winter, when the ofllco had to bo
kept closed and warm. One other remedy
for this evil, and perhaps
a better one, would bo to
remove tho causo of the odor.
Yesterday evening about five o'clock
Mr. John A. Reeve, with a number of
friends, was playing pin pool and boding
in Fred Teichman's billiard hall, and was
handling a roll of money rather carelessly.
Ho took it out of his vest
pocket, displayed it, and rut it
back again Bovcrul times, while
conversing in a somewhat excited manner.
Tho lust time ho sought for It was for tho
purpose of putting up twenty dollars on a
bet that ho offered to make, whon ho dis
covered to his consternation that the money
was not in his vest-pocket. A diligent
search through his clothing and over tho
floor of tho room failed to discover it, and ot
last accounts it had not been tound
lie nau iccn in the hull over an
hour and it in believed, as is very
likely, that ho accidentally dropped tho
money on tho floor and some stranger pick'
cd it up and carried it away with him
There were one hundred and thirty dollars
in the roll.
It seems that tho telephone company
has not acted fairly with tho peoplo of Cairo
in the stylo of its poles. If wo recollect
rightly it was understood by thoso
who subscribed to tho system
and other citizens who allowed tho com
pany to erect its poles in front of their
premises, that tho poles were all to be
painted, so as to give them a more rcspecta
able appearance. This the company has
not done. In Paducah it has painted all
its poles black to about eight feet and tho
upper portion white, making them quite a
decoration to tho streets instead of defacin
them as is the case here.
Speaking of the death of the wife of
Rev. Fred L. Thompson, the Bloomington
Bulletin says: "Wo regret to learn of tho
death of MollieL. Thompson, wife of Rev,
Fred L. Thompson, chaplain ot tho South
ern Illinois penitentiary, on Wednesday,
Juno 22, aged 34 years. Sho was buried
from tho M. E. church, at Metropolis, on
the 20th. Mrs. Thompson was a noble
woman, and was indeed a helpmeet to our
friend, Rev. Mr. Thompson, who in this
woman's untimely death suffers an irrepara
ble loss. Wo oiler to him our sympathy
in his misfortune, and know that so good a
man as he is can practice the resignation
he has so often preached to the broken
hearted and the desolate."
The race horses so far entered for the
Fourth of July races Ht the park m this
city are as follows : For the citizens' purse
of one hundred dollars, free for all, are
"Flaxy" and "Black Cloud" of Jackson,
Tennessee; "Octoroon," of Paducah, Ky.,
"Romeo," of Blandvillc, Ky., aud Mr. Rob
ort Smyth's "Hurry" and Mr. W.D. Lip
pett's "J tile," of this city. For the ruir
ning race tho entries are: "Metropolis,"
of .Metropolis; "Jim White," of
Blaudville; "Brown Birdie," of Henderson,
Ky.; "May Flower," of Blandville, Ky., and
"Fannie T.", of Cairo. The entries for t lie
Halliday house stakes are not quite rilled,
but it is tolerably certain that the home
horses above mentioned will enter the con
test for this stake.
Our celestial visitor, the comet, now
shines all night, and it is a beautiful feature
of the northwestern heavens, from 9 o'clock
in the evening to as late as ono may choose
to observe It. Astronomers generally agree
that the stranger is leaving these regions
and will not long be conspicuous to the un
aided eye. They do not quite agree whether
it is the comet of 1807, but think the
chances are against that hypothesis. They,
however, concur that it is not the comet of
1812. We advise our readers to make the
most of this comet, for many years may
elapse before another s bright appears,
and none ot equal brilliancy and size is i x
pecteJ until February, 1911, when the
famous Halley's comet revisits the pale
glimpse of this moon of ours.
Paducah is to have a twenty thousand
dollar city jail that will hold forty prison
ers and is to be constructed almost exclu
sively of sheet iron on the order of a turn
table,revolving upon a hollow, iron cylinder
which is to serve at the same time as a ven
tilator. The jailer stands by the entrance
with a grated door between himself and the
prisoner. He may turnacruuk and bring
any cell he desires to tho door; ho may
then, so says tho Enterprise, order the
prisoner out of his cell into tho small hall,
turn the table until another cell appears,
order the prisoner into it, then turn back
the empty cell tor cleansing, repairing, etc.,
all without giving tho prisoner any chance
to escape. This the Enterprise claims as one
of tho most important points in favor of
this jail, but it does not tell how the jailer
is to proceed when the prisoner refuses to
do tho bidding of tho jailer. It would
seem that the peoplo of Paducah are going
to pay a large price fur a plaything for the
On tho Fourth of July next Monday,
Cairo will see tho largest crowd of strang
ers that Ima ever visited the city. This
proposition is self-evident to everyone who
knows how thoroughly the committee of
the firo companies anil Krew, has done its
work, especially that ot advertising. Every
'.own for a hundred or two hundred
miles around us will send a delega
tion of her citizens, Borne
large, some smaller, all satisfied
that Cairo will offer them tho best means
for a grand good time. Cairo's celebra
tions, or more than ordinary attractions of
any kind in years gono-by, havo alwoys
drawn good crowds aud satisfied them, too;
but tho mnss of humanity that will gather
hero next Monday was never equaled be
fore. A serious objection, however, that
could bo made to tho former colebra
bratlons is that there was Usually
a lack of food of good hatn, biiscuits,
bread, etc. Many peoplo wore compelled to
carry an empty stomach about tho park for
hours or, perhaps, half a day and go homo
hungry. This evil should, by all means,
bo guarded against by thoso who havo the
eating stands in charge. Let there be an
ample supply of good, substantial food and
Is a very pleasant pass timo to keep up courage, especially when you are going through
a graveyard ; but whistling through the columns of a public journal will uot do.
Will do over the counter. It is human natnro to cry down opposition whon it hurts.
But we intend to sell froods bought at the late declino at prices accordingly.
We don't blamo somo merchants lor tolling their customers that our
goods aro "seconds, or trash," our
PRICES ARE SO EXTREMELY LOW
If our quotations can be duplicated by any country store, we know of somo would bo
"city" institutions that have not done so.
Remember, We give Names and Brands
CI,. ll,l I... i ii 1
do wiui uuyera cannnoi go astray, we uon
to give a wide field lor deception. Pass by our store
ISVEKY 13A.Y THIS WEEK
AND YOO WILL SEE US OPENING
ISTow .Arrivals of Goods
Bought at tho late decline. We repeat tho bargains in Wednesday' paper with additions :
New lino of Cinghams at 8 cents, worth 12
A full line of 200 pieces ot best brands
Calico, 5 cents.
A complete line, all colors and' shades, of
Dress Silks, 90 cents, worth $1.25.
50 rolls Black Bunting, all wool, guaran
teed, 12 cents per yard, worth 20 cents.
Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, 9) cents.
Plum Lelce Hill, 8 cens.
Fruit of tho Loom, 10 cents.
300 Japanese Parasols at 25 cents, worth 40c
As last as the bargains arrive we shall add to the list. The sale will continue until
further notice. Call and examine our troods and prices. Goods, according to the croakers-those
who want to get "tho same old prices" are rising. W advise you to buy
NOW, from ono who says they are declining at the headquarters of the country
124 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
drink, so thkt none need suffer hunger and
thirst. Past occasions of this kind should
teach then) how much bread and meat
is needed tor a crowd of men, women and
children six or eight thousand strong,
and tliey should govern themselves accord
ingly; but recollect at the same time that it
is safu to calculate upon having to supply
altogether about ten thousand persons with
food and drink. To do this will require
many a barrel of beer and water, and many
a ham and several tons of bread. Keepers
of eating and refreshment stands should
govern themselves accordingly.
Within the last few days the dispatch
es from Berlin have given a noto of fore
boding that Bismarck, the man of "blood
and iron," appears to be near his end. His
periods of sullering have been many for
some tune past, forcing him to retire at in
tervals from active pursuits. At last, it
seems, the archer has drawn the latal bolt,
and all Europe will feel the effects. The
last half century has had its prominent
statesmen, the wisdom of Cuvour, the blun
dering of Louis Bonaparte, and the cun
ning of Disraeli, but none of them, in fore
sight, in astuteness, in vigor of will, in
power of resource, and in unwavering self
reliance, have equaled Bismarck. His policy
has left lasting effects on the history and
constitution of his country, fie made Ger
many a nation, but lie has left it to the na
tion to secure a larger freedom than was
consistent with his oligarchin ideas. A
greut man is leaving the world, but Ger
many will full buck in nothing that par
takes of justice true greatness and genuine
liberty because her ablest leader is leaving
the work in younger hands.
As a partial remedy fur the continued
serious disorder in the telephone system
here sonic one has suggested a metallic
circle, w hich consists of one call wire, com
mencing at the central office, taking in all
the stations, and then returning to the cen
tral office where it is grounded. This
would be equal to giving each subscriber
two cull wiresone around each
way, and if he could not
reach the central otlice around miiio way
then perhaps his voice would travel all right
around thu other wny. Disorders could
then also be more easily located; for if it
were lotind that one of tho subscribers
could mako himself heard only over the left
section of the call wire then tho disorder
must exist to the right of him and bo, by
following it up, it could ,bo traced
to its very seat. While this would
probably bo an improvement upon
the present arrangement and simplify the
detection of disorder which may result
from neglect on the part of subscribers or
A disarrangement of the call wire, it is very
doubtful whether it would correct the evil
that has given tho peoplo and tho company
so much trouble with tho present system.
There is no doubt but that the chief
causo of all tho trouble is chargeable
to tho poles and the manner in which tho
wires havo been put up, and it is safo to
say that no system known will work well
unless these aro changed. The polos are
too short and tho wires ore too closo to
gether, and it tho metallic circle call wlro
were placed in as closo proximity to tho
other wires as tho present call wire is, tho
evil would bo just as serious as it now is.
Nothing less than larger poles and a gen
eral reconstruction of tho system of wires
will give Cairo a reliublo telephone ex
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograpli use, far salo at Tim Bulletin
(a -a ...
i give prices oi goods without brands, so as
Mosquito Bars, all colors, 25 cents per bar;
full eight yards in each bar guaranteed,
or money refunded. Some of them run
over 9 yards, but we guarantee only 8.
1000 dozen Balbrigcn Hose, clock on side
with Silk at 15 cents per pair, worth 30c.
5000 yards Embroidery at 1 cent, werth 5c.
5000 yards Red Embroidery at 3 cents,
worth ri cents.
1000 dozen Hose at 10 cents, worth 15 cts.
Lace bunting, all colors and Black, fur 17
cents, worth 30 cents. .
A COOKING BTuVE for tale, with two Iron pjia
two bake pane and twe gnddk-: will be tuid
fur Urn dollar. Apply at Uulleilu ofllee.
LL perxioi who have o far failed to pay atu-n-Uon
to the notlcei (fivtn them to pay thvr
Hre-t taxea, are rcijiifntcd to do no Immediately or
l"??al ftepi will be tiiken airant them
TRaBEK ART ER, Collector.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
All pToi) holding hnlMiue certllUaka of the
Cairo Torn tii-mi-inde are ht-rthy rrm-ti'd to pre
sent the tame to . hchwanlta, (City lin wrrv). for
payment, from June Ulh, 1-H. toJnne l,;th.'.yj.
JOHN A. hOKHLER,
tO. A. BIDBR.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL BINDS OK JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Tn-aident.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlcol'nldent.
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Caehier.
- eTAATI TATXOR, W. f. IIAIXIDAT,
BIXBY L. BAlXTPAT, B. H. t'PNKIKOHAK,
a. i. mixiAaaoN, utipuin biho,
h. a. OANDCI.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Romls
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Deponlta received and a general tanking, harlneaf
OPENED JUNE FIRST.
It It aituated tn Pope County, Illtnoli. In a Pr
of tho Oaarlc Mountains, half way between leuua
and Golcond. It
Surroundings aro Delightful
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
TCK IN ABUNDANCE. Tho table Is spread
I .t.iata all ilia fill) !! ft rt aaaantt That
water are mineral, appetizing and health fflviufr,
and tholr beneficial effect are felt Immediately.
J. it. UKUWN, rroprietor.
PUBLIC SALE OP LOTS IN RAILROAD AD
Pnhllo notice la hereby given, that, an Saturday,
July llth, 1HK1, at 111 o'clock a m . at court houco In
tho city of Cairo and itate of Illinoia. tho lot In
Rallmad addition to the city of Cairo remaining
nnanld up to aatd day. will be aold at auction to the ,
hluhflat lilddorfor canh. Provided bid muat bo
not Iom than tho price placed on Mid loin by thu'
coinmiMlonnr heretofore appointed under ordi
nance No, i . D.J. FOLK Y, City Clerk . .
Cairo, 111., Jno B7tb,ltjHl.