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NO. .1 THIIiTKEXTM KTHKKT. CAIRO. IM
(J W. DL'NNIXfl, M.D.
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It. K. V. Will i LOCK, . .
iimri: N'n. in; r.imm'T'-lnl Avenue, lictwccn
f-.iliiii mnl Mnlli Str-i-i.
li. W. C. JOCKLYX.
Kialitli Stp'.'t. in'iir Ciininu'rcinl Avonno.
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OF'r'li I' -Ohio 1,,-v.--. !'!. I'lint'lli and Sixth M.
lNi.OAB iSc lansdi.n.
A t tornoy.-at Law.
1 ;'! , No. II'! Cumin -tvinl Aveum-.
" -W- ar" tcillio-ixod t,j nnnotitii-e II. C. I.OF
1.1 n . .n:ntnat mr Mu-iiirur Alexander futility.
n'.i'J'i'i ; i tli" di'ciion ul'l'.i" iH'opU' nt tluvi'liTtiiin
in Nnvailirr next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FFI I T, PAI'KR OK THK CITY AM) COI XTY.
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liar. Tli.T. Hum. Wind. V7 Weather.
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M'l.V'Pvim Tln'rniiiin.'i -r. T"l ; .Miiiimuin Titer,
"moini-!"'; ii' ; lta'nt'Hll. il no
JAMKS M. WATSON.
S.-r't Signal Servile. I . S. A.
M'-s. Milli" Rillry will visit friend
it Fulton, Ky., shortly.
Tin Simons Opera Company were at the
Plant'". llmi'. Wednesday, en route to
Capo Oireard'-aii iiml St. Louis. It is
thought they will 'play in Cario in a short
An interesting game of base hull may
li" witn -s,l this tit'ti'rri'Xin w the ground
this sid-; of tin- Mississippi h-vce. The
Bankers niii" v,. Association niin'. S-nts
provided fir ladies.
T:i ; motion fur a now trial in the case
' Wm. Cartoltis. who was tried mi uml
I'mmd g lilty nt' th'.' chin;." ni' robbini; Cnjit.
Fields, if !ll(l, lets been overruled. Mini
('iirt iliH wiit tu Juliet Wednesday in the
.-titody .if Sheriff Saup.
Or iding on the railroad r-x t. -n -i m on
th" K'.itutky side of tliM -Ohio river is
ulnnit ( n:ipl't;-i I a ii I track-laying will be
rumiii' ii' i-il in c in-lit or ten ilnvs. A town
T", fully jirot 'ct-d by the h-vees nf-
forded by tin- railroad embankment, is one
iii"vit.nil ; things of tic near future, ami
we kni i of no reas 'ii why its growth
should not be rapid and its career prosper
ous. Mr. D ili' II inii!.i:i. of color, was un
More Justice Robinson vest.-rdav. charged I
'.villi using language ui, becoming her sex
vhile i:i a cfiiidition disgraceful to the
liuiuaii ;..nn, irn-pectiv" of gender, she
so:ro-.vi'i;iy uckaowl"ilgei her trespasses
and iip;va!"d to the court to consider her
lone, o!-;i condition, which it did by lining
her if i;'!!d costs and in default of payment
sending her to the wooden box owned bv the
ity, coiiimoiily called a jail,
Mr. S. I). Ayers, iii accordance with a
custom which has prevailed with him for
y -ai-s, .:t night gave an eiit'Ttainiiient to
til" oiwer scholars of the Presbyterian
Sunday 'liool, at his resideuee. Among
ihiis- !ei availed t!i"lns"ves of tlie gentle
liiiin's hospitality were Misses Fannie Un relay
I'.iiun,' Riley, Molle Hih-v, Anna (ioldstiue.
J ainie Wilson. Cora Stiatton, Ihuma Die
'rich. Erie Close. Nelli,. Antrim, and Misses
b-ir. Morgan. Ilinkle, Hngh-s While,
I'aell. Wiieelock. Lewis, Eilger. I'ciuivba
Tlie trustees of th- Cairo Property
C'iin)iaiiy coiiuni'iiced V,,rk yesienlay on
the lev -. which will be extensively re
paired :,n I improved. Tin first detachment of
stone has. irrived about four Imudr'-il cubic
yards-!" unishe.l by M-ssi-s. Howard and
Jenkins, from their quarries at R.,s. Chiir.
ni th (Ciio river in Il.tt. lilt coanly, this
at". Thi-y have agned to furnish two
llioiisiiu,! additional cubic yards bv th" mid-
lleof.lely. The same gen; lenien furnish the I
stone ll-e I ill tie- eolistiuctioli of the jellies !
near lie-moMtli of !,. Mis, ;..;,,; '
-r.ioi'. age,i inn,- year... daughter of Mr.
and MivT. C. (JiaVe.. l!..-l ;,. i,u .
, ,io i hi
ye.t--rd-y ai't.-nio.-m at two oYik:(, nf..r '.,
severe i.;.; of l,ie ilrtv . R-lirs v.,..
Vices We: -,,.,;,,;-! .., ,.,,,,!,.,,. ,-
the l.ll-'.s la.! i,"mht by R.y. li. Y.(ieooe.
and III v nia'iis taken to .-1ity for ini..-.
Iie'llt by tic- midaight ii-,,!,,. 'j, k
tinned as being Worthy of rem ! t'nat KUle
wasfli-taird of MisiMolli,- Itill.-y pupiU
who li c. -died within the past year. Mr.
- How ibtlerent things i,,,,,, litfere,,, j
persons ,s hut a phase of the .Nm t: in., of )
rcvclmioiuHiid we hav, neiiher the time 1
nor disposition to discuss that much argued j
siib.ie.-t. Hut that what Is sinfl to so,,,,-
minds ,"- harmlesH and inuocent to the 1
minds of others is a pretty well-established
fact, niiil when n colnrcil irl of our iloines
tic retinue poiihl "never tliink of lining so
foolish a thinir iw K"'"Jf to neeoratimi Day.
hecnusc she wished to nave her' money for
the cireils," she illustrated in Iter own
proper person how one culijii't may he
viewod from different standpoints and dif
ferent ooneliislons arrived at, without affect
ing one's moral or social standing.
Heputy Sheriff Undoes yesterday led
in n war upon the pigeons who have lieen
milking tlie roof and eaves of the Court
house liuilding mi nli'idinjf place. It is
said their drippings injure the water, and
in other ways make their presence undesir
alili'. As a .ueneral fact, this is dotiIitle-.s
true. How they can injure water at the
roiut-house, hnwe er, is more than we can
unde!taiid. for there is not an official
aliove tlie ground iloor w ho keeps a drop (if
water in his otllec: not hecaiie they do not
drink water themselves, perhaps hut hccaiwe
tin y are not funiishe.l w itli ice to keep it
cool, they do not proposi' to pay out of their
own pockets for what they lnjlieve is n puh
The Case of the people aain-t Alex
ander Wilson, charged with murder, now
Itfiiijr tried at Kliahcthtown, Hardin
County, is reinal kalile in some (if its legal
aspects. It was called for trial in the Har
din Circuit Ciijtrt on Moniiay a week ago,
and a jury was obtained only on last Tues
day morning. In the interval between
thes,' periods four hundred and sixty-nine
men were examined, and their knowledge
of the case and the opinions they had form
ed of it debarred them from serving as
jurors. The case is attracting much at
tention. Our Judge Green is leading
counsel for the prosecution.
Messrs. T. W. Ilailiday, George W.
Summons, of the County Hoard; Aldermen
Thistlcwood, C. Callahan, llittenhouse,
Yocum, City C'.erk Piiillis, ('apt. Y. P.
Ilailiday ami M 'srs. C. II. Woodward and
Dan Ilartnian, y.wt.'rday afternoon, aliout
threo o'cliKk, honrd.vl the tug Cache for
the purpose of making an inspection of the
location and the pmgr." made in the work
of the new Cache pv:t bridge. Upon nr
riving at their destination the gentlemen
made a tour of the surroundings, pro
nounced the location excellent, found that
the trestle-work to the approaches of the
bridge would be commenced to be placed
in position on Saturday next, and with a
sufficient decline in the stage of water to
permit the preparation of the pliing for
the abutments, it is thought the structure
can l? completed within six or ciuht weeks.
The party seemed well pleased with the
trip, found the ride interesting and the day
a remarkably pleasant one.
An "educational qualification with the
right of suffrage" is what the Excelsior
Social and Literary Society wants. Very
well: now tell us just the amount and char
acter of education which the citizen slioiilil
jKissesstoenablehim to exercise the franchise.
If competency in its exercise is what isaiin-
ed at, why not prescribe the brain power of
,llC v,,,,'r' '"depcnd.'iit of educational qual-
ilieationw. I lieeduc.iteil it lint is not a curio-i-ty
and the number of pcroiis,w it hunt educa
tion.capableof successfully conducting their
business ami ai ling in all the affairs of life
with prudence and good sens:- is by no
means limited. The line simply cannot be
,lmwn: s"lm' "'"I'1'' "" ""' r""
in num.- ill mis coiiinry, mier ilevolllig a
lifetime of study to th" subject, have arriv
ed at the belief that a republican govern
ment with a discriminating suffrage would
be a farce and the failure it would deserve
C. T. 11. (.'. The regular weekly meeting
of the Cairo Temperance Reform Club w ill
be held at the club rooms this Friday even
ing, 'file club will be addressed bv Hon.
J. 1). Furguson. of Kentucky. The public
are cordially in iled.
Wll.l. K. HAWKINS Sec.
. c .1. ! ... ,
Miliums il you wish a line "Key West'
or "Imported" cigar, call nt Korsnieyer's
cigaiVstore. I: is the only place in the city
almost daily in p-cc'ipt of freh goods.
It Is always the cheapest to buy the
b"s. (hi to Hartllian's where you will liml
the only genuine fruit jars and jelly gla-ses
sold in this eitv.
I!i:wai:k of imitation
sold in this market fur t
d common trash
D. II MIT MAN.
WisiMiw Siikkxs, Wire Cloth. Hour
Springs. I tin Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Siaiidsimd Trainers, at A. Hallcy's.
Tiik New (ilas, oil Cans Simmon's Re
fl'igatois Wafer Coolers aiel ba -( renin
al A. Hallcy's. V C n-l(
I il K Oerniaii
1'iaii School, on Thir-
j feenth street, lallght by Rev. Mr. Dllrsclilier,
will be open during the Summer months
to give children who nltelel the public
schools an opporlnrnity lo learn the Ger
; Stii.i, 'I'iikv Comk. ' Another huge and
i line assortment of baby carriages uml Img
! gi" just received and now on sale at D.
1 lliiiiinan's, corner Sixth street ami Com
. Ha Tcial tivemi".
Mr-. Ldiie Coleman has, penedher
laundry on Fourth street, between Was),.
ingt,,,, tlllll Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that nhe is again t their ser-
vices, and solicits their pali age. She
Ims r ..bleed prices o suit the tini, s.
A HLACK SCOUNDREL KILLS
011KKX KKAf.K IN AN AKKHVV WITH .1 A MI'S
lU'KKY, ALIAS DKANK, HTAI1M AND KII.I.
IHH VKIISIONS OK TIIK OIUOIN OK TIIK
The disreputable part of the city, lying
on the west side of Commercial nvenue, I'
tweeii Fourth and Sixth streets, was yesterday
the'sceneof an affray which has rid the curt h
ot the prc'ence ofn bad and dangerous char
acter, with a likelihood of his murderer
soon following on the same dark ' journey.
James Duffy, alias Deane. the murdered
man, was twenty-two years old, bora in
Pennsylvania, raised in Evansville, uml as he
expressed it shortly after receiving his
wound, without parents living or friends,
The last seven years of his life have been
spent along the river towns on the Mi-is-sippi
and Ohio, when' he was known fo the
authorities ns a professional thief. Green
Ncale, who did the stabbing, i n large,
well built, muscular negro, well known in
Cairo, of bad character "the worse nigger
in town," as an officer expressed it and
whom many of our readers will recollect a
the man who stabbed Hill Schultz in a
quarrel about two years ago, Schultz only
cseapingjdeiith by some fortuitous circum
stance. This is Duffy's account of the
origin of the affray of yesterday, taken
from his lips at the hospital of the Sisters,
between eight and nine o'clock 1-jst night:
Duffy went into Raggios' saloon, corner of
Fourth and Commercial nvenue, about six
oclock, to get a drink: he came out; saw
Neale sitting on a beer keg in front of the
saloon; Duffy said to hint: ''How do
you do." Neale replied by telling
him to "go to h 1;" Duffy asked, "What
kind of a man are you : I meant no offense.
and I don't propose to allow you to insult
me in that way!" "If you don't get away
from here," said Neale, "I'll break your
neck." Other words passed and it is said
that Neale drew his knife, whereupon Duffy
told him that it he would put up the knife
he could "lick" him. This enraged Neale
and he commenced the attack on Duffy, cut
ting him in the right side below the ribs
and penetrating the lung. Duffy then
lrew a large knife w hich he carried in the
picket of his coat (sack), and made at
Neale, inflicting two large gashes
one across tlie check troin above
the left eye to the ear , and
another on tie- left shoulder neither of
thelll dangerous. Neale then took to his
heels, and brought up at Dr. Parker's office.
where his wounds were dressed. Officer
Cain arn-sted him there and lodged him in
jail. Duffy was taken to Dr. Wardner's
office where his wounds were attended to
and subsequently removed 'to the Sister's
Hospital, where, news reached us at a late
hour, he died aliout midnight. Another
version of the affair is that Duffy was used
by the authorities to assist them in ferreting
out the author or authors of tie- recent at
tempted burglaries which have been mention
ed in Tiik Iiri.i.KTix.and Neale imd others
of his gang, having somehow gained infor
mation of this fact, it Was resolved to get
I..' .1 I ...! ... I ...
nun inn oi un- ia, ininy was iiiiiiiit nve
feet seven inches in height, of clear cut, reg
ular features, bright, penetrating gray eyc.
shabbily dressed, rcscmblingn appearance
:i tramp, was .voluble in conversation, and
when speaking of his "row with the nigger'
as lie termed it. Was extremely bitter, and
continually regretted that In- ln, nil
weapon iii his possession with which he
could have dispatched his enemy. The
locality where the crime Was i
committed is now brought
prominently to public notice, and some ef. j
forts should be made to regulate tin-crimi- j
mil classes, black and white, who con- '
gregate there. It is a well-known fact that I
respectable persons, the nearest Way to i
whose homes lie nlolig this route, are com. ;
pelled, as a measure of safety ami decency, j
to avoid it, thus putting themselves out of
their way a collple of blocks. Resides I
this, night then- is frequently made one I
long continued and loud brawl, disturbing
and alarming all wcbdispos:. people in
Wantko liy everyone who has an intel
ligent conception of its v.'iliu health.
Health depends upon the possession of pure
blood ; and pure blood is the sure possession
of those who use Dr. Hull's Ilium Mixture.
Tin fruit cans at A. Halley's.boih whole
sale ami retail, nt bottom prices.
Foil Rl'.NT The business rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohnia, as a bakery,
corner of llili sireet and Wiishingtoii ave
nue. Fof iaiticiilar apply to Henry
ii I :it v. Why will men smoke common I
tobacco when they can buy .Marburg liro's
"Se,,l of North Carolina" at the same price; I
I W ll.l. sell on easy terms my farm sit- !
Haled in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
g I Improvements in all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Cnledollia.
For Information, apply to John llogan.
C.M.l.at I lai (man's ('mi kery Store and see
the llnest fmit put up in the genuine IWyd
Topaud Mason Jar.
The ,lol Dili.
We Iiiivi- inn IihsimI thn I. .it,-1 Mvle. or T., '. h-ivc
iriKiir.'. Hie m-rvlce. nf K.p.-rl 1'iliilei'- uml hiv
now it'i';iiiii-, ,M ,M Khid. f li tnliiu U (Uf.
SAimATH SCHOOL CAMPAIGN
8' S. Worker la the uiU Dktrln:
Herewith is a programme of the coun
ty, place, and time, for the annual conven
tions to be held in each of the counties of
the Oth district. Each convention will
open at 0 o'clock a.m. und will continue
two days. It is not only Imped, but earn
estly expected, that many or all of the S. S.
workers will lie present in each coun
ty convention. We shall begin and
continue the work as follows, viz; Alexander
county, Cairo, June 2, and 20; Pulaski
county, Mound City. June a? and 2; Mas
sac county, Metropolis, June 2! ami .'10:
Johnson county, Vienna, July 2 and ;i;
Union county, Jonesboro, July .) and (i
Williamson county, Marion, July 22 and 2:(;
Franklin county, Uciiton. July 2" uml 2H.
Jefferson county. Spring Garden, July 2!'
and .'in; Washington county, Nashville.
July :il and August 1 ; Perry county, Du
(Juoin. August 2 and II; Randolph county,
Che-ter. August 111 and 20: Monroe county,
Waterloo. August 21 and 22: St. Clair
county, Lebanon, August '.':! and 24: Ii-Hid
comity; Greenville, August 2s! and 2!i; Clin
ton county. Collins Si itlmi. Augut "In and
I..T.I. l ,
.ii : aacusoij county. .MurpiiysOoro, eptein
ber .1 and (i; Madison county, Liberty
Prairi". October 2 and 2!.
E. Payson P..rfi-r. State statistical secre
tary, writes that he will be with us through,
out most or all of the district. Other noted
workers have promised their presenceand as
sistance. Fairbanks Co., of Chicago will
send a man with all necessary supplies.
Ilibles, helps, cards, papers, etc. which will
be on crliibitim and sale at each Conven
tion. The next District Convention will be held
at Belleville, Oct. 21 and 2". Let every
county be represented without fail.
S. S. workers of the iltli District, h t us
rally as never before. L 't us meet, get
acquainted, help each other by counsel,
words of cli-er. and gather new enthusiasm
and inspiration in the gmxl work.
TllS: PllKVKNTATh K OK aTkIIIIIIII K. DlS-
astkii. No disorders, excepting the most
deadly forms of lung disease, in
volve such a tremendous destruction of or
ganic tUsiies as those which fasten upn the
kidneys. Such maladies when they !
come chronic and none are so liable to as
sume that phase completely wreck tin
system. To prevent tins trrrible disaster,
recourse should be had, UMin the first man
ifestation of trouble, to Hotcttcr's Bitters
which experience has proved to be highly
effective as a means of imparting tone and
regularity m me oigans oi urination, as
well as to the liver, stomach and Ik.wi-Is.
Another iK-neticial result nf this medicine,
naturally consequent upm it diuretic ac
tion, is the diminution from th" blood of
impurities which beget rheumatism, gout,
dropsy, and other maladies. liy increasing
the activity of the kidneys, it augments the
depurative efficiency of these organs, which
are most iniMirt int outlets for the escupe
of sin-h imnurities.
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iK(tl((lK KIsiiKu. ..liili!-irrt..e
Tnk 'llilp until., laih im-i,r Apill. l;s. In- WU
Ham lliililen. :il Iii. lesiili'ini'. In tin- I nin inei lin 1.
Hie fiillnttiiii ilei rUn-il i'tr:iv. tit-wii : , il u! linv
llll-,-. Willi IllmU III llie Mill fill. , Willi,, .lint u
loli'lli'llll. tllel utll. Illlli. While -till! mi III- linse.
II' I IciiiiIi. hleli. el.'lil vear nl,. :ni'l npnr iU.-iI at
i-Uly dull it's. AMl Iii. .1. Ill MM.
HKA'ITY I'ltina. Orgtirt : li"-t. ff-Look (1
iitil'-tllll lli'W-. (l-:iB. l-i stop., I'lati,,".
mily fl vi. i'ii.t iivv, cina'ars I.-,'. 1 ).'. Ileal
ly. Waij;ujii)ii, N. J.
riMTE PALACI HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
J A jrrt4 "r---V. -r.'?TF':-
I'lilCES liEIH'I'EII TO x:l PER . DAY.
Alton- Parlor V.wr. or, ptin,- Kmlit limiins and Iior.mil Willi It:ilh.
ROOMS WITHOUT HOARD. 1 TO Jjjjy IKR DA V,
AN F.I.F.OANT HLSTAl'RANT CoNNKCTKD WITH THIS HOlSE
I. H I'.
gUUEKA ! Kl'liKKA ! !
xV Suhstitute for Life Insurance ( ,oin.ini(s.
WrDOWS' AM) Ojil'JIAN.s' .MlTl AL All) SoCIKTV
o T OA I R o.
Or.'inii-d J,i!- . Is?: a-i, t t'i,-In. .if Un- ,st it.. (,r Hiimi.. Cipy-i.-ht.-.l .la'j . M, under i-t ' f
N. 11. THlSTI.KWiMili. Piii.iiiknt.
MRS. P. A. TA'. ! ':;. Yi, ;, '.t..;n;.M, J. A. Oi H.D-TI N!'. Te.Ksri;Ki'..
DR. J. J. On;:: N. .( m Ami THOMAS I.KU I, ."mukiakv.
IMARD op MANAOKR
Mil. I'. A. TAVKHt.
N. II. T llisil KH-imn.
M Is k U K J . Vis ( M.
.i. .1. (.,ie:iN.
.1. A. (ii)l lls INK,
mi:, v . avi:ks,
l-f For Jjirtiiu; if- iti-ciir-' at tie- e-ln ... c.-i r , -
LRY (iodbs. Kit'.
Tlie large! wlioiesalc mid retail Dry
(iiKidsHiiil Clothing House in this ( ity;
are receiving new (. I daily am) are
offering great bargains in tin-most lunnl-
.some lines of CAIJPKTS. OIL ( LOTUS
and )I TTIN(i; Silks, ( ushineri-.. Iioii-
rettes. and ; gnat niaiiy other new
tles of Dla-ss IioihIs. Kail. F.te,; j,
fact in .-.cry department of tl.-ir bitsi-
iie.s, tlu-y cordially inite the public
o call AA see their stock.
1 1 K.
pr"prh:ti)i: of sproat's patknt
1 1 la iintr,ii.it'ii v. .v 1 1 . ,
W'holcsolc Dealer hi Ice.
HI! BY THK CAR I." AD OR To N . W KI.L
PACIvFD I'"i: SIIIPPINO.
C'tir Loads :i Specialty,
o !' I" i ' i::
('Ml'. Twi-K'tll SltM')t .'lllll I lU'im I
t AlltO. ILLINOIS.
JCK! WVA ICK!
I A CO Ii I r,K K.
To Fill Orders. Wlioii's.ili'of Iletail. at
Satisfai tm v Price..
lloi'sK AT TIC- ClTV ItltCWKIir.
lee! Ice ! n'o!
1 1 K A I Kits IN
('(iIM-:il KKUITII yi'lIHKT. fAIIH". ILLINOIS.
ICK! ICK! iCJLi! ICK! ICK!
N ( ) T S N O W !'
At I' rtcriir Klulil ti- -el Mini Ohio bevee, wn
ni" now ii'..i.iii., tu llll niili-rs lor inr.' I.nke Ice ill
nelson ilile pfh-en and In intiiiill,'. nf inim ten
ioiiii,. tu i"ir 1,1-ul Nils :in, win tmnvitit,.,. to currv
iinrciistgiiies tlirmiit'i lln- Hennin, .i-uve (Hdi'is u'l
l!i" o!'l sl.tti 1,
YOl'fM & SKHIIIAN.
I.VM HAM K.
Vtn. K. ( . KOKO,
S. I). AVISI.s
TlloM s w (s.
v. - ntj ttvl Jinl ( 'lenni.-n ini tit.-n-i-. W'in,-r'. I.t.j
(.RiM'K.Hs AVIt l OMMIssIijN' MKKi HAVTs
WlIOLKSA L K ( J IMK'KIiS
j ( 'olHHI iiol Mt'l'cllilllts,
j "HI") LKKK.
A i K X Ts A M FRKAN I'O W I) F, II ( " M I" V
1 Oair. I 1 1 i n i .-' .
; W .Mutm .. i nr.. TMJiri.. i..-tr.
jjAIJJDV IMIOTIIKIIS.'' '
i::n. ii i. isms
1 1 umiiiissioii .Mrrcliaiits,
i f'KMN. Fl.nri: AM) HAY.
1 't-i i.i'i,-t isi
Highest ( iisli Price Paid for Wheat.
' ! FiirniPis' ToIkkto WarcIioiH'
(ieneiiil Coiniiiissioii Jlert limits,
I!1K!I.M. Auv-i'ii i-iii -'its mini.- on Cutisi-'iiiii -ntn
j nl Toliaii o. ''linn und l.riiiu.
IVvlona Cm lino
Orilei'.s for Coal by the cur-loiiil, tmi or
ill hogsheads for sliipineiit promptly at
tended to. To large consumers uml till
liiiUiiifiicttii'i'is we are iirepiireil hi sup
ply any "iiiantity,by tlie month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY rOAM1,).
(Mill', nil wlinrl'lioiit, l'ot of Slvtli irint (till,',, nf
lulllihy lliiii ln-r. upposli!. mi. ( inir!... Ilni.n;
h.-npthiii Mills. l'-i.iii,.tii nti',.,.1: cii I in in p. ', mi,
el I lili-ly-i'i'lilli slr.-i't. nr ntl oilliv ilriwer