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mm Krcrjr Pa
at. OSZKLY, Sditor.
OTcr 10.000 liorscs arc sick In w
York with n Means rcscmMJi'jr. i
cbarnctci, Hie terrible cplooUc.
war to Port nil 1 nn
" Mr. j;ss.c. colored man.
i: riw cxMt, and notlJiiB short
MVt mntl-of-'TOr WOtlld BCttlc tllClll.
LIRF.R4I. REPi ni.I-
flic New York Liberal Republicans
arc now In the Democratic fold. Uiey
tailed to put a ticket In the Held, but
Anril Governor Tllden. and m.ulo n
declaration flint the nims nnd purpo'O of
the Democrntlc anil Liberal jMnicsuiu
Identical. Then they wound up tlielr
council by bitterly denouncing the ml-ministration.
William Taylor, ono of the principals
In the Sutton-Taylor vendetta of Western
ttm. who sentenced to the peni
tentiary from Imlhnob, made his ewipe
durln the rorvnt storm, ue as
of prIon to sare him from ilroinilnjr,
and took- adwntafre of his liberty, as any
olher kiiio roan would Jiaro done, and Is
now back among his crowd of lighting
men In De Witt county, ready to kill an
other Sutton. The last crime he commit-
ted mu killing n Sutton on a steamship
while the vessel was about to leave the
pier at Indianola.
Cl'BVft XEtT PBKftlB-EMT.
The new prenldent of Cuba, patriotic
to exev-oj, will make things lively on the
island this winter. Klght cannon, 2,000
rifles, 3,000 swords, 600,000 cartridges,
three tons of gunpowder, and medical
stores, recently received from the United
States, have had a tendency to raise tho
Id veteran's spirits. In October he and
all food patriot will celebrate tho eighth
anniversary of Cuban iiideM.iideiice in a
manner becoming the Importance, ot th
occasion. Yahnaseda Is said to bo ner
vous and constantly keeps men of war in
readiness in the harbor of Havana for
any emergency that may arise. Aid
trom the lovers of republican liberty on
our soil is what is needed. One thousand
well armed Americans thrown on the
Island ouw, would perhaps be the means
of giving to the struggling Cubans the
liberty they have (ought for during eight
HPEED OP THE WIMD.
It is teported that the wind that swept
over the bleak sand shores where Indian
ola stood, traveled at a f peed of eighty
eight miles per hour. No wonder that a
current ot air so swift, beating against
the hujih salt waves of the gulf, caused
the waters to 6well to such a monster
bight as to tumble the frame houses of
the com town one upon the other. That
wind sent to a watery grave many poor
Mloirs who had furled their sails with
seamanship exactitude to meet the storm
that showed iteelf along the water zone
in the dhtance ; it tore sand Inlands from
their treacherous fastenings nnd forced
them to new foundations ; and when
port registers are consulted, in the future,
we may learu that many of the innumer
able little coast Arabs, with their pretty
and suggestive names, and human
freights, have been driven under the
waves by the pqwer oL. the .speeding
Philadelphia nro sticklers after justice,
and always have a public opinion to fol
low up and crush a victim whose friends
arc few, moral statu low, nnd purso thin.
jut)C Doollttlc'a election reform
scheme, developed by him In a tpecch in
M'uiicbago county, Is attracting atten
tion all over the United States. Reforms
arc neetieu so ns to positively guapt
nirnints the. frauds that arc yearly perpe
trated. Examine, lor cxnrhhlo, the his
tory of elections hi tho South, rirtd tho
endless appeals to courts lor n thud set
tlement, ami it win lie ecen wni some
kind of reform would ho bcncllclnl. The
nnncxeil Is tho remedy offered by the
learned Judge : (1.) The MtbillvMon ot
electoral preelnts until not ttinre than
7.V) votes hall be In nny one. n legal re
quirement that cery citizen who cannot
given good excuse shall attend mid vote
at all election', nnd nil minority represen
tation in elections (popular) of election
Judges and clerks ; (2) In cities of more
than 1)0,000 inhabitants, the name and
residence of each voter to be publicly
rend before his ballot is debited, nnd
public proof ofhis Identity and qualifica
tion to be given on the spot nnd tinder
oath, if challenged ; nnd (3) that -heads of
lamillcs shall bo allowed two votes, one
for themselves nnd the other as repre
sentative of their fund lice.
The sunken steamer Florence Lrc
can be raWcu. biie lies in tnc Ten
Vice President Wilson, it I? said, will
preside over the Massachusetts Kcpubll
can Suite Convention. .
The Courier-Journal says: "Beecher
will commence his pulpit gymnastics at
Plymouth church October 3."
It Is said tlmt.WesterwU will be par
doned, provided lie tells where Charlie
Itoss is concealed. II he is so unfortu
nate ns not to know, the doors ot n prison
will close behind him.
At the session o'f the State Board ol
Equalization, on the 22nd, the secretary
wa instructed to equalize the per cents,
on the different classes of property in the
eighteenth and nineteenth districts, with
tlm exception of Alexander county.
The Democrats have fifty speakers In
Latest Gulf News.
Boston Sends $5,000 to Texas.
U.U.vnsrux, Sept. 2.1. Tho eltlzens
hero who were npnolntcd nt the meet
ing for relief for indianola and other
towns west of us succeeded In raising
$.1,378 in money yesterday, besides large
contributions of provisions of nil kinds
The schooner Agnes left (or Indianola
nt live o'clock yesterday with a number
of citizens mid carrying sufllrlent money
nnd provisions to aid those people. The
schooner will arrive there to-day.
At Austin. Texas, and other cities In
the interior of the state, we hear of citi
zens actively engaged In aiding the peo
ple in the submerged districts west. Ono
of the .Morgan steamers it Is expected
will leave for Indianola Friday or Satur
day with additional supplies lor the des
titute. Contributions lrom the interior
will be sent here for shipment to them.
Parties loll yesterday In search of Jcv.
Dr. Alexander and family, who were liv
ing on an Nland near Lynchburg, nnd
have bten miffing since the storm.
The pilot boat Eclipse, which was
driven nshorc nt the east end. is bclnir
hauled o nnd will be alloat to-day. Tho
body of n little boy was found six miles
down the Island, and the bodies of two
men between Shoal point nnd Campbell
The captain of tbu bark Edward
McDowell icports the vessel lying hi
nine feet ot water, and expects no illill
cillty In getting afloat as soon as the
cargo is lighted. At Boliver point no
lives wen; lost. All the small boats were
The orphan nsyluni. six miles down
the island, suffered considerably. It was
wnihed off Its foundation and dam
aged in the lower storv, and the out
houses washed away. On Friday even
ing the mother superior of the nylutn
was in the city, and went down on horse
back at the risk of her life with what pro
visions she could carry. The orphans
had been without supplies two davn.
Money and provisions have becH sent
them in abundance.
William Collin, at indianola. reported
lot is saved, though his family perMied.
Information from Mucybrouos county,
of the 17th says : A strom Is raging in
thl section and it Is still blowing. J,o
of life and damage not yet ascertained.
The body ol Dr. Geo. X. Peete, lost
from quarantine, was found tills morn
ing near the shore, hi the bay, four miles
above the city. The funeral this after
noon wa very largely attended. and the
I.onla Herbert Imi I'lUsERKH.
tuTl'llsflncr b-er at Oconto l.aitticrV
Saloon, mi Coii merclal uvenue, between
Firth and Sixth streets.
5Qf There is quite a revolution in both
dry goods nnd clothing slnco Ilellbron A
Weil camo to tho city.
1ST Dr. Shel man, tho great Special
ist, CO!) North Sixth street, has gained nn
enviable reputation In tho speedymanner
In which he treats all chronic tllscnscs.
See advertisement for his great Syphilitic
Eradlealor, Indor-cd by tho incdlcnl fa
culty everywhere. IMP-lyr.
Ilellbron A Well make n specialty
of ladles & children's suits. 0-21-lm.
Ulilo JtVguIur snorting campaigners; "" .uium n.mm iuc
and the Radicals have n larger number.,, . EfijSfttftfa
TUE CHEROKEE XATIO.V.
Roes, chief of the Cherokee Indians,
over whose recent election a bitter con-t-st
took place, dellvensfn address at
the recent InteriiatRR' Indian fair nt
Ocmulgee. He said that the Indian Ter
ritory has an area of 44,000,000 acres and
a population ot 70,000, divided into thirty-six
nations and tribes. The Indians
harvested last year more than six million
bmbcls of wheat ; property valuation Is
$1,000,000, and one-llAh of the interest
accruing each year Is devoted to public
Instruction. The Cherokees do not bate
the white men, but they have read his
tory, and know the aggressive spirit of
the whites, and their Indomitable pluck,
and fear that, the white element once es
tablished among them, they would soon
lose their Identity as a people. The ne
cessities of the rich West, nnd the splen
did harbors ol the Pacific, will soon open
avenues of trade through the Nation
Whether the copper-colored tiller of the
soil likes It or not. It is becoming a ne
ccbUty, and before many years tin enter
prising Yankee will be connected by ties
ol blood to the best families among tho
WtsUrveU has been convicted of com
plicity In the abduction of Utile. Charlie
Ross, and will be sent to the penitentiary
tor a terms of years. Was It nvldenco or
public opinion that condemned Westcr
velt, and caused him. when the verdict
was made known, to fall down in tho
prisoners' dock and bob llku a child ? In
cither event It docs not bring back to the
nean-sicK parents their little Charlie. It
was no naru matter to convict Wester-
veltbya Quaker Jury, becauso ctrcuin
siauues poinieu to mm as the man who
roDDea Uie jaunty group of a priceless
jewel, suppose, niter tue man who sob
bed fa the aomc ana exhibited such pal
pable stent of mental anguish, has served
the time allotted by law, and Charlie
Hots cotnes back from the
mysterious place that now htues
Dim, and It u discovered that Wes
icrvelt was Innocent, then, what wJU bo
u norm tor u punUhamt Inflicted
on mm tnrougu circumstantial evidence
and public oplnlout will he rccel re reo
ompenw for tho years uf his me uken
from him, and the terribly torture of
tBlndV He may be guilty of compllcltj
la the Mfeducuoa of Charlie llou ; ),ul lou
BIHCh circumstantial evidence, and too
public opinion, have condemn d
poor fellow to tieatn or to
I ) Md &0M liralgut-Ucod people ol
active service. Recently the latter dug
up Ohio's most ancient fossil, Ben Wade,
who spoke his piece and sunk back Into
a comatose state.
Cornelius Austin, of New York, Is In
search of his sou CSeorge, who Is about
forty years ot age. When last heard
lrom he moved from Jersey county with
a span of mules. Cornelius Austin's post
ofllcc address Is Carlinville, Illinois.
The Austin (Texas) Statesman says :
"As regards the fortunes of Democratic
newspapers Illinois Ls turned upside
down, and the Cairo Bulletin now occu
pies the position formerly held, In the
fore-front of Democracy, by the Clyeago
General Warren, major general ot
the Mississippi militia will 1111 his ranks
with Republicans, then, to use hi own
language "If the White League want
war I will be ready to give them all they
want." Wnrren is truly a partizan com
mander, and may be the means of precip
itating a war of races in the disturbed
The loyal people of Cuba arc becom
ing tired of the useless struggle In Cuba.
Seven years of war have not advanced
the Interests of Spain, and much of tbu
island Is hi ruins. It is said the coming
of more troops is looked upon with evil
forebodings by the cople, as the money
lor the support of Spain's soldiers will be
taken from tho citizens' pockets.
Advices from St. Petersburg nn
nouuee that the Russian General Knull
man occupied Khokand on the 10th of the
present month, without resistance. The
greater portion of the Russian troops re
mained in fortified camps outside. All
Russlau prisoners have been delivered
over to General Kauffman, and tho Kahn
lias accepted all the cot. dltions of peace.
The Memphis Appeal says : "Mem
phis has the pluckiest merchants, the
most commodious cotton sheuJ, tno lar
gest compresses, and the most talented
drummera of any city in the Union."
We would suggebt that a "b" bo substi
tuted for the "ilr" In drummers. After
the above, It Is said : "The young man
who climbed a gas-post last night to see
the wick, is the same Individual who yes
terday ate dinner nt n restaurant and wns
puzzled because he fulled to find an oys
The Shnwnee Xewi asks the following
iiuestlon : "Wliois A. D. .Tones, book
seller, Shawneetown, III. A number of
our exchanges are complaining that they
carry his nd, and that so iar hu refuses to
pay." And Is immediately answered by
the Carml Courier : " e couldn't possl
bly tell who A. D. Jones Is, hut we can
tell who T. S. Gay, bookseller, etc.,
Shawneetown, III., U. Ue a gentleman
that owes the CowWtr $2.t0 for n local
notice ordered In tho paper by Mr. Wise-
heart, and also a gentleman who Is tire
nroot against duns, reminders, etc. We
have written him several times, and ellc
lied no reply, but hone lie will answer
tills complaint. S2.50 will paclly us
active and worthy member
Additional lists of contributions made
to-day for Indianola will be forwarded by
the steamer leaving to-morrow. The
following was received from the city of
Boston. Mass., Sept. 22.
Hon. .7. P. Davles. netlnc Mayor of
Galveston : The citizens of Boston oiler
their heartfelt sympathy to the citizens
of Galveston and Indianola ami towns on
the coasts of Texas w hich have been rav
aged by the recent terrible storms. You
are hereby authorized to draw on me at
sight for $3,000 for their immediate re
lief. Supplies of clothing will be for
warded as soon as recleved,
Signed S. C. Conn. Mayor.
The following has been received from
To S. 11. Kr.Mii.tu. : Send to Indianola
by first steamer. $150 to C. Barthol Beau
mont or Tom. Clements, to be used for
thi-lr families and the pqor.
Signed J. BuLCKiMiiDoi:.
President National Bank.
Other contributions are coming forward
from Autln and other cities in Texas.
I'lrlurf -.que Amrrlcn.
At the Bullktin bindery ihers.
bound In two volumes, full gilt wr-
rocco; covt $H ; for sale nt 10.
Conceit,! IMlI.vliyK.3f 5tiarns, commission
lncrcnam, sccittiiry oi mo L.uro Jiouni ci
Flour, according to f-rate
Corn, tnlxut, purkol
Corn, white, bficLM
Ilran, r ton
Mral, elt-nm ilrlal
Iluttrr, choice Jortliern
Iiutter.cnulru .-ouilnin III
Kkk, r dozen
Chickens, per dozen $2
Apple, choice, pcrturTei
Apple, common, per I alto!
fotntoet, -r barrel -
Union tier haml
if Hi in
The Western Teimcs?eo Agricultural
nnd Mechanical As-eri.illon, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 20th to 30th of October,
inclusive, IS".", nlnhlch time there will
be dally sale' of stock, agricultural Im
plcmcnto, etc., making It one of the iuit
Important meetings ever held In the State.
Bring your stock and implements.
,I.o. ". Ivr.ii ii, President.
Tnos. Claiik, Secretary.
SST Have you en the good calico dres
you can get by rolling t Ilellbron ,v
Well's, 1 12 & If I Commercial avenue.
J. tieiilt-Nliiirpr, Pliofogi-itpljrr.
on Eighth Street, between Commercial
mid Washington nveutte. U now pre
pared to in&ke those beautiful new pic
and respectfully Invites the citizens ol"
Cairo and the public in general to exam
ine and price his work. They will llud
these pletiues equal to the Ifcst ot Eastern
work, and, what is still better, n great
ileal cheapo- than what they are made
for anywhere in the United States. They
nro within the reach ol nil. Call, look at
and price Ihem before you go nny where
eNe. It will pay you to do so. tMO-tl.
UnV-XX Amber and White rag ftoek
envelope. at thu Buli.i:tin olllce, printed,
j3 Miami $1 00 per M.
Open nuil for Nulc. ,
Seventy-live casus of boot, and shoos.
Boots $2 75 to $5 00 ; shoes $1 00 to
S2 7."i, at the Xew York Store at whole
sale and retail. tl-2.1-10t.
The onlv place to llud a full lino of In
dies, misses' mid children's cloaks is at
Ilellbron & Weil's, 112 and III Commer
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out nnd repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices it suit the times,
by calling on .1. S. Hawkins. Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. fMG-tf.
BIG IXD 17CEM K.VTS O FFE RED
IX CIGARS AXD TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTII WAIT & PHILLIPS'.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TM1E UULLLl'lN Is published every niornlnj!
(except Monday) ii. Uio llullctin Ilullillng, cor
ner WnshiDKtou avenue Bd Tvtinij atrut
The 1IdllkiI! Is serTcil to city Eubtcribera hy
faithful rirricrn at Twcntyl'Ivo Cents a Week,
payable weekly, fly Mull, (In ti'lvnncc), 910 tier
annum) six months, 0 'hrce moMhs, S3) one
tnontl, $1 25.
Wholesale and Retail
Tor a complete line of inllllnerj-.
go lo Ilellbron & Weil's, 112 and 111
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy re'ief for young m-n from tho e(
feet ofl.Vors and hues In early life.
Manhood restored. Impciliini'tus to Mar
riago removed Xew method of treat
in nt. New and reinnrkihle remtdier.
Books ami Clrciil r sent free, In te:ilo i en
velopes. Address Howard Association.
410 X. Ninth et., I'lillndetula, I'a. an lu-ti-ttulon
hating a high rcputalon f.r honor
able conduct and profoMonul -kill.
la Chancery Xaittr's Etle.
State of Illinois, Alexander County J .
Iu the Alexander County Circuit Court,
Wlllinm St. Atherton nnd John Uodcex vs. John
Holdennd Margaret allHce rartillon.
Pt'llMC notice is hereby Riren that in pur
munccofn decree p-ndered Inthcaoorc
entltlfl ciiu;( in ld OiUrt ut Ihe Slay lenn
thereol. A. I) li&. I. .InhnO. IIarmn matter
4n chancery of ald count), trill n Thurvlay
ine uruuay oi sepiciuMT, A. v. wi. nithe
hour of o'clock p in. of fuid day. ell at pub
lic vendue, ut the court house door In Ihe city of
uairo, inaai'i county, tr.e lolloiTinv escrlu.l
real estate. to-Tlt' ll.c south hair of the north.
out riuirter of ectlon twenty-seven it!) , town-
nin mieen soum ranKe. nuiuocr two to
lveii oi mr inim principal nieri'iinn in the
county of Alexander and atatcof Illinois, lo-
petner im me tenement ana hireutariienti
thereunto oeioiiKlnK or thereto appertaining.
Term of ule ne-hulf eh in haml bal.
onre in one and tw vtun eriual invrntnli.
with fix tier cent. Interest tier annum thereon.
iltferril ayineut4 to l iecuret by horlfc'a;;e
on me pioiterir fcom
Liuro, Illinois, .uini.i 2 in, n;.i
JOHN Q IIAliMA.V,
Manter in (. ImneerY
I.lneirar A Lnnvlcn, Complainant' nolicitort .
This Is a new &tylc of picture now be
Ing produced by Wni. Winter, the artist,
ot this city. These pictures are creating
much Interest In all tho principal Eastern
and Wcitcru cltlea, being altogether new.
They ure unlike photographs, being
ruieu aim beautifully enameled over the
entire eurlace, soft in tone, but distinct In
the lights and Mimics. Xo one who sees
them fails to admire them, or to give the
urtist an order. Wo have been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladies
and gentlemen of tho city, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advise all
who take Interest hi Mich matters or dc
ulru pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
lis gallery and examine his work in this
nw branch of tho sliadow-capturiiiir art
'fhl nreporalloti Is now acknowledged in 1
euicnor iouii knonu rimcMiea lor the trcut
Hyphillis in all its Stages, Scrofu
ioub AiicciioHB, unromo ui
corn, Enlnrgomont of tbo
keiMCialiv III Si phi tic diseases, in nhli'h Ii
hu, aMi. nmiiy, wheu Klvea up past lioiie by
eminent physicians It Is enllnlv veiretalile
.ucnangeoi uii is reijiinci and can lai taken
n all eonditlobs ot Ihe system with safety, and
In connection with other medlciues, If the pa
..t u. m,y part or the Un tel Stntea by ex
press, In lrom oUervallou.
,, .--luile'paekBMi sent to any pat! or thu
United States, on itulptol , Vic. AcMrtsa
.v . . " HhltMA.V,
rho Pooplo's Ecmedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aakfqr Pond'a Eztrnrt.
Take no other.
"licnr: for I will speak of excellent lhlnK.'
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'nMhl.cd (rcry Thttriidny morning ot SI 5.1
lie niiniim, invariably In mlvnnre. i he poMngc
on tlm Wttlly will be prepnlil at IhU otllcc, no
Ihnt otibsrrlherj will obtain for a subscription
rice of n year.
noimisiDi: of r.iaimi stueei
Betwoeu Waibtncton and Commercial
,InJ ii Hen to Man or limits,
SlruiiK, Bpralns, Contu-
I riietiirei,, i utn, Ijiccni
tcl or Incised W oliud-i
Illeeilhia; I.uimx, or
Okc lllt-ell. and lllccd-
li:ir (iiuns or Teeth
Pile lllwlilie I'llej,
I llllndl'llea, (llilullll.le )
t im, ...raUlu, Swelled Kar.
PYTR irT '"Ik iiiuhiii.111. Itheiima
UAXlllVyl i tic.iwellinKorSoienwa,
NlilTii or (?oicne,H,
i l.uinluiK, tuna llurL.
More Tsirom orOuiimy,
, liilbtrued Tonsils,
1 (In, .milium,
ISoreor fnllunibil Uyeu or
re Minili'M, Iniluuitd
ll'nltiriil or too I'roriue
MUlt 1.4'tr. Ovarlmi His.
eas and Tiiium-h.
univel and stratiirury.
t'tisiUiiaTM and K.xciiria-
lions or iniiints, or
VstrlroNo Vein. i;n.
larked or lutlaineil Velm.
Vlcvns, Old Horci, Inter
Bella, (irbunclen, Tu
mors, Hot Hwelllmts.
Cart and llunlnns, dial
ed, or bore feet.
ClMSBr,IIurncos or had-
felon or Whitlow, frost'
ed l.lmbs or I'arls,
MotisMo HltPM. In.icl
bllUKS, Chapiei Hands.
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Ilmhirpi Cnrd, per iiiimim,...
One square, :.ne nv.rtion
line "quare, two insertions,..,
One nrimip, one ncek,
line square, two uetVs
One equme, three wmIm,.
One squie, ona month,
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One s(ju.are, one Insertion,..
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PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILSH3 OF
QOn Inch Is a Mpiare.
JQ'l'u ieMiliirderll rs wc offer superior in
tlipniiients, lioth a to late ol charitt a and man
ner of dpbri'iK their f:nori.
Conununlcutions upon nubjvota of gen
eral interest to the public solicited.
0AUIIil!liic IHe1ehollldt)e.1dllrel to
t'nirii Itiillt'lin ('(iiiipniiy.
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUQOISTS' FANCY GOODS, COIiIjIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS. COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, Dtfjtf 8TUFFS,
VARNISIIES. ETC., ETC,
WK solicit cormimndence nnd order lrom DriiKirl't'i I'hVstciinx and General Store, In wan
of Kiwis In our line .StiatnlKiat, Plantation .md I miy Medicine Cusen Ttrnlshrd or .
flllnt with reliable DruK at renoufthl" mi'.
WHOLESALE 8l RETAIL, r. fi TV O I -l r AIT. PRESCRTPTIO
74 Oblo Levee. ' I ihlnirtoc A v., Co'. 8th P
POXII'S EXTIIAOT Is forsalebynll Flral.
f'lnam UriiKKlalw.and recomiiiiMiled lit
all DrJKKlsta, 1'hyslciaus, and !.
liiiily who hH vrr useil it,
i'iiiitil,. contalnlinc lllslnry and Uses mull.
"1 1 neon applicutlon, if not found utyom
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
. w Vork Mini LuhiIuii,
R. SliYTH & CO.,
Wholealc ant I'n! Dejlers In
Foroign and Domostio
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MlMf SMYTH & CO luve conitstitly
a Unre 6tck of the Unt rool l Ihe mar
ket, nd giTcenpeclal nttentlon tollie "holtisale
ranch of Ihu builne-ns
Tho Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Conipo.ro Fav
orably with any Dealer. He
will now Devoto his rt ton
tion Entirely to his
COMMERCIAL A VENUE j
Ooruor Uielitlx Stvoot,
WK, WETZEL, Provriator.
ATIty.vry wulch liejit uiftlit ud day for
trains nnd sleumboaU.
The beat of accommodations
Kuesta at two Dollura perriav
lor Irani lint
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofln g and Guttorins n e pceialty.
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn Illinois,
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobblug Promptly Douo,
Wood ! Wood ! Woe d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo fc St. Louis Trnnnfer & Conl Companvis ow propnrcd to
fill orders lor Woof' and Coal. Dclivorcd to nny par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Pr.co. . OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo 6c St.
Louis Narrow Gaut o Depot.
LIST OF XXTIC33J3.
Wcod, 4 foot, por cord
Wood, Oiiwed. per conl
Wood, aji wed ami apllt, por cord
Cnl,ca load, per lou ... .
Conl, cur loud, atnuljton ......
Coal, car load, ono-halfton
- a oo
Lenvo ortlcrn nt P M. Stccltn- th'n.02 Ohio I.evco. nt th- Cntal Saloon, corner
Sixth (itreutnint Commercial Avenue- und nl the Company' Of!lc.
Ordum Sollcitnil and Promptly Filled.
2P M. WARD, Supt.
JAS K.LAITJS, Ssc'y & Treas.
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer in
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full at ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND QIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Offered for Sale at
Croat Reduction in Fricss ;
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGJbl STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japaneso Silks, Silk Poplins,
I.arare 'lock of Whltn Oooda, ViotorU Lawnn, Swiss KaraallBa, nnd n l-irso Stock ol
Rlbbona. TliU entile stock will lie sold iirtictiul cnt. uiid cuiiiliuie iliitil it Is cloil out. Cnl.
lid Ije convinced oriireiit lUrKiilii I TKItMi s'lltl TI.V U Vsll.
Corner Eighth. Stand Coraraorcial Av
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