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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1.1, 187ft
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Ot&rt anil Resilience :
NO. 4! TIIIKTEKXT1I HTKKUT. CAIKohUV
fj W. DUNNING, M.D.
()IHi and Resilience :
limoK-X.W, for. SlMh t.. near Ohio
IllMDEXCK-Curner Walnut mil Ninth tmt.
R. E, W. WHITLOCK,
irri( -bVo. IV. ('(iniiniTiiul Avenue, between
Ellilitii nuii Ninth Strn tK.
tt. W. C. JoCELYN,
OFHICE-Elirhlh Street, nnir I'ninmerliil Avenue.
C P. WHEELER,
A 1 1 o I'll o y-a t La - v.
OFFICE Ohio r.evee. Iii't. Fourth und Sixth M.
J INEUAlt & LANSDEN,
A 1 1 ovney ra-a t I ji v.
OFFK E--Xa. im'ommerci.il Avenue.
lifW'a lire antlinrtzea m annimnre II. C. MK-
MS iii" a candidate fur Sle ritrof Alexander comity,
(nhjeet to the decision ufihs peoiu at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAI'KK OF THE CITY AND COUNTY,
Caiiui. 111., jt'inu H. l7S
Tiuir. Ilsr. TlnT. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
:V.a.tn 30:01 T
11:11" :i 04 71
3 p.m. :) ll M
3:W 0U T
li I.I. lUu'a.
Maximum Thermometer. lis1; M'lilnium Tber
mouider. i,i s Huinfuil. n.oj
JAMES M WATSON.
Stj'I Signal Service, I'. S. A.
Mayor Winter Kit fur .St. Louis lust
Tin1 circuit court is still engagrd 0:1
tin; civil lliK-k' t.
The, discovery has been made that
Cairo is a fish market. Fresh fish?
Tin; attention of our readers is directed
1 1 t'ic advertisement of the masonic excer
M'n 10 Joiieslmro on the 24th inst.
Tli" 'grateful showers of yesterday
allayed tin; du-.'., no'nd the atmosphere,
and gave us 11 delightful evening.
A man from .Johnson comity lost thir
teen dollars a few days since, at the den on
the corner of Tenth street and Commeocial
Here in Cairo it is thought in the Inst
informed IV.'publiean circles that I'jpt. J.
C. Wi"is will secure the Republican nomi
nation for codp.ss.
Mrs. Annake Goode, the colored
woman who d;ed fr"m fright at the Coons
fire, wai followed to her grave yesterday
by a lurg cowd of mourners.
Rev. T.J. Shores was arrested !y Officer
Siieehan yesterday on a wan ant sworu out
by Mr. Hirini Hill, whoclmrgcH him with i
a.-sau'ting h's son. The case wi" he I ' led !
lit f'irc Justice Rjbiusun this nior. big.
The Mound City Riversides came to
Cairo yesterday to meet with inglorious
defeat ut the hands of our Association club.
We are not sin prised at th's. fur our boys,
when at themselves, are not t ) be sneezed
at. They were at themselves yesterday.
It was d'stressi'igly quiet n tin. .1 yes
terday, but the receipt of about fm.y bar
rels of iti lontuin dew over one of tin.' roads
promis' S to enliven things, and in a few
days we may hope for a la rye and well as
soned stuck of itciit-i.iateria1 from wh'ch
to make selections.
We have the authority of a city officer
for the statement that Anderson's (in us
troupe did not create nny disturbance previ
ous to leaving the city yesterday tuornre, : on
the contrary they wvr , our informant s 'y-1 1 '
lerly and we!l-bc-hiivcd exceptional, y o
for show pei iple. lie was with tliem for
(wo hours previous to fheir departure on
the Three States.
The H'bernian tire company never 11 n
dcrtidic to do iin thing by halves. The
brick -work on their new engine house, no
far as it ha ngre.sse.l, is first class both in
the quid1!)- of the material used und the
manner of la big it, When completed the
Imildin will have a substantial and hand
Those who wish to arrive at a corr-ct
understanding of the bonded indebtedness
of the city, and of tho nature of flio pro
posed compromise, can do so in nu k-tter
way than by a perusal of the pamphlet
issued by the T-ix-payers' Assoeiation. It
is in pxiil ihape, atkl w ill b nndy for
. general .circalatioa to-morr.w.
Tin! fouHeca piieM rallied at t luiien'
Hall last tiijiht were won by the fulnwinjr
jerima: First choice, Thus. Hoyb, 4;J
ihrow n; ims'oikI choice, Thos. Hallidaj, Vi ;
third I'lioicc, l'at Eujfan, 41 ; fointli diiiee,
Walt- r Wright, M fifth cholee, John iel
M'ii, oixth choice, M. C. Wright, TJ;
Mejith choice, H. Edmonds, !U; eilth
choice. C. Haynes, Uo; ninth choice, Wn,
l'ort 1, 'M ; tenth choice, John Uariy.
rlcvenOi choice, 11. S. Williamson, 2;
I wlnli choice, M. Adams, :J1 ; thirtecith
1 hoW ,1.11. lieecher, DO; fourteenth chore,
Ik'! S. ,ith. 211.
Hie candidates for tho shrievalty aro a
little backward in coming forward, but
when they do step to the front, wo may look
torlive'y wo.k. Tun llcM.ETisistoo stupid
to know of the existeiico of nny cuudidato
until ufter it receives tho '"we are author
iod." etc., notice, scenmpanied by the csh.
Then we are i" atlent;on.
An exce; tional mtwicl pvoj, I'n.me
has been nrnmed by tho I. dies of tho
Episcopal church for tho enteita'n neut io
be tfiven at I'te residence of Mi. Join I).
Oberly, tonight. A reference to the pn -garutnme,
imM'ihed el-'wliere, 'p.1 'catj
what is in stou for those who may li. vc the
gool fortune to at: iid.
AVe nnnounee with some trepida.'on,
that nrranpemeiit" ?t be';! made for a
foot-race bitwi'"n two prominent levee
merchant". The date has not been re
nounced, but t! e d'si- li e 's t equal
that between Ik V, lder's corno" end i!io
stone cepot. Weiyl.t b;'':i''.' "t.lc un
equal, one of tlio tl.me.i ' t)be' ne
down 'o the proper cond!t!ivi by a bunch
of feathe.-J wn-pped i:i a coy of oil tw'
l.o;ht contetnjiori ry. The iitl'ar creates
considerble t 'l'v s; o;t'n c'rclcs.
Our envoy ix'.ranrdina who usually
furnishes us v .th the score of the shooting
clul), failed for some v -.recoi ntable reason,
to put in an appearance Tuesday night.
We sre unable to assign a cause for tl is.
The base insinuation that he i!M not shot
quite up to tho mark at Tuesday's meeting
is utterly without fo iiidat'on, because he is
not a member of tho club, is too timid to
have any;h:ng t ) do v'th a Teath l"..lh g
instrument, and would not know a runnd
from a cane brigade. The meeting was,
however, a notable one. Mr. Her.- L.
Halliday did not soore a miss out of his
twenty shou a good showing for en u:i
pret"ntious marksm: n.
We saw him vest rday, and he is ou.s
by right of iV.:r .very. He just stepped
fi 0111 the fei'ij bo it Three States, and our
first impressions were that it was O'Do::
ovan Rossa. or nn other in .vpid Fer'an
chTlain. But :a tl.'s ease li:t impressions
were at fm'.t. II was not a Feni .n
blood-thiisty or ot!i 1 .'. !se. His mis-ion
was one of love. He came from Krnti'd.y
and was hunting am mi-trate who would wed
him to his companion a woman. He
wore a green neck-tie about the sie of 1: 1
ambitious marshal's s.ish on a St. Pat
rick's day parade, of an uucomprlsing
shade of color, fastened at the neck with I
a gutta-percha ring and sprigs of what
looked to our unpractised eyes 113 dog-tVn.
nel. That tie may not have cocited
for much in Cairo, but we vetitur.1 to
assert that in the 'Purchas:;" it tilled
many a rural roister with envy, while it
thrilled with pride the souls 0.' his fair
admirers. His bride was a conquest of
the tie; she appeared devot ;d to it. as she
walked by h's side, fondling the beau.'
ful ornament with her dainty fingers.
Johnson Fisher thought it his duly to
keep a watchful eye tijxin the movements of
two colored tisters at the circus on 1 lesday
night last. His actions at last became to
intolerable that he was w ar.ied t ) desist,
but he refused to heed the warp'ng, and ex
pressed his indignation at what he conceiv
to be their reprehensible conduct in em
phatic language. This led to a war of
words. i:i wh'ch the women proved them
selves the equals of Dublin 'ishmoners
in the Us.,' of biii'i:-. gate. )i'
course Johnson was worsted in this
sort of wi.rt'ire, ' he became c x-
I'Sp'-iated, h)st I 's tempi !, !dd fe ' lo Mows.
The women d'd not ta! :t, or ."Team, ra'1
for tin: police or shout muiv'-r. Trey just
foiisjhf; and by t ie time the combat was
concluded Mr. Jol'"siiii wished he 1 : 1 1
Di ver lie '11 bo;.l. To a Id to h:s I. ollhles
lie was afte.'vanl arrest'.', .led before
Justice Rob' 'vii yesterday morn' vg on r.
charge of , ssau'.t, found gc'l am) lindl
lie dollars. Jolnson has s' ice evolved
from bis iii'ier consciousness some thoughts
coiicein'.'ig t!ie nuitabili y of things, which,
ifp'.a.'cdin pi "nt, would shock the seiiM
bil:tics of orr leaders ami impair the ue
fujness of The l!t i,',Ei:x as a great relig
THE FOURTH OF JULY.
A NATIONAL MOVEMENT Foil ITS II KIT EH Oll
SEU VANCE SHM.I. Ol Nl'OWDKll (II V K W.y
TO MOKE ItATIONAt. DEMONSTUATItlNS(
A friend encloses us u copy of tho Brook
lyn Union and Argus, conlaining an article
on the proper celebration of the Fourth of
July, from which we make tho following
Tho use of gunpowder in its multitudin
ous applications in the shape of cannon,
guns, pistols, rockets, etc., as a supposed
appropriate manner of eelcbratiing tho
birthdiiy of a great nation, is gradually
falling into disfavor in this country. The
scantily clad dwellers upon tho banks of the
Congo still attach great importance to noise,
as a method of manifesting great depth of
fooling, and tho Chinese, hemmed in by a
wall of bigotry and conservatism, still sees
in his gong and firecrackers the only fit
method of expressing his political exulta
tion or propiiiaiag duly. But the higher
up we get in the scalo of civilization tho
more tho intellect supersedes the physical
senses, and the greater is tho demand for
that in popular celebrations w hich shall ap
peal to tho best instincts and motives of the
human breast, ind set 011 foot intbieiices
that shall be permanent and fruitful In
their etl'eet. Especially do we find this
sentiment growing in this country, Theie
is a desire 111 every American heart to
make the celebration of Independence Day
of meaning to the people, of value in
strengthening the patriotism of the ndult
and sowing the s I of love of country in
the heart ,,f Hie youth. Just now there is
asp.vml ii 'cssily of educating th.' ris'i,
generation to feel that tho institutions
which our forefathers established must bo
protected and preserved at ull hazards if
wo would not have them tmnplod imder
foot by an element us foreign to true
liberty as French Communism is to the Re
pubic of America. Fourth of July is the
occ: sion bo: t adapt d to fnpn'ujc tl 0 Haine
of pairiotism so ll.at it shall g'ow Hlmi!1
t .ncoiisly in cv-iy ;..il 0 'thoL'u'l id yi. t"; .
HiJieito it h, 1. el 'm , 1". ; o!( ; .:reu
day o.'recrv.l'on io" e!d r. .ml of'oty
l'liit I'm juveniles. , ev , t wh .li'tslu, .Id
coinmenitv. le ,,n ot '"...e s:gt' icarco
as a f .it 11 re of .ite t ,'ebi .111 , or r .l.ici'
iioliilay, for tho ce'elir. 1' u io 'i has h'..ii t,t
drojiped out of sight. T e m' It ry pi'iailo
docs not rise ooove t .0 'eve! of a 11101 e street
p.. ',e, nl. Not so win li w.ieii toe ci.nl
veter.uis o."i7 and 'VI mniviieil in m-i i
column av, ken'ngme.iio.li sof toe p. stend
demons... I' 1 ; by il'e e Me.icc of lue'i' s c
i'l.'lce r io devotion to p 'I''p;:' ine piii o
p. id for I" " ty.
Uu. die et 'i; n in li's corked hat rnd
knee-hieei'''r;, go.ie, mid b'sto.y lllil
'c .ee ' .i'.i: ;i i' 'iid' wiilcii wo l.i
.'lo.'C t il ill.: mo y of tilC p. The (',.' . f
tun. c, o. w .1 U'.' jm.iile t:as dep...,:.
W.i. 1 slir'l 1. I e ils ;i'.'ce
One piopo i.ion is to observe the d 'V
1 I1' a .!,t.'iid celcbi.il'on by Sundi'y-sc'hi.o1.
c'ii'i'..T, not e.acJy n ce!el'ii';'on h.'.t
siiail be eh.'iae.ciized by nrt"
devotional cxelcise , but one whose
predom' tinting ii ea s ia'l be oai 'oi
ism, and wiiow? tendency sh.tll be .n .in, li
bit low; oi'coun; y. The suggestion is
re: dv asum' 1 ; i. n o'nc fonn tl'rouj : the
actilty of one 01' the ch'ei' jiiojecto . Mr.
Albeit WoodirtT, of ih's c':y, presio'ciit of
tho foreign Sunday- cliooi tesiK'ation, who
has the co.opi'ia.ion of Rev. 1). . R. S. Stoiis.
of th's ci.y; R v. !);. John Hid . of New
York: Mr." E. C. Wihler. president of tho
New York Si ulay--- hool :"iciie.'s As
socialion. and Mr. 13. II. Bay 'ss, IVes
ident of the l'nol..t Sc',nl..y-school
Union. Too ' nlicaiio, s : c that
an dibit w'b be made lo demon
siatethe fea-;lo'i;y and v.-1 tie of such a
celebritlo.i by gathe.ing Mnn' of the
schiNils of t'te Sunday-school Ui'ioii to
ge'her this Foir th of July i'in,oacl,hig ut
P.-i .-poet p.rk.
Tic slll;i"Ct We brood d M tic r cent
'nterna'.'i'ii.d Sindav- chool cooveii ion at
Atlanta, (ieoigia. and was rei'e. red i- the
S'.md.iV- ehi o a- 'i"uo':s of t'le s;. ut'
New Y"tk for con-ider.il 'on. At ih in "ei
li!'; of Xi-w York sl.'.c S'leday- -noo;
ci 'live!!', ion be iield :n .June, the Cj'.les
.'011 will be duly wel .h i. The p'o ou t
is hat it will re- ive t;i" li". y 'pp" . '
the delegat 's-
WlNItoW S HKl.Ns, Wire Ch tll, Door
Spring-, Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A. Halley's.
Smoki.i:, if you wi;i a tine "Key Wtt'
or "Imported' cigar, nil at lv'rsimyr's
cigar store. It is the only place in tiie city
u!iii"st daily in receipt of fresh good.-.
TlIK public has b"( :i LtllllliUggcl . oof.
: !! with woithb--- nii'dha! pre rations.
that o.'ly a few go 'd cm. now ii niein in
use. Dr. Bull's B'.o"d M iiire ! one of
The German Lutheran Nduwl. on Thir
teenth street, taught by Rev. Mi. Dur-chn-r.
will bi' open during the Sunnier months,
to give children who attend the public
schools an opportunity to lean the Ger
WitE.v you . c a baby, which you know
to have suifiTed for a hn time w'tji sun,,
urr com,)! ' tor dv 'Tit s'.i'ldi.'o'v 'm
pmve i. ) ', gr .w l'T i"id hctci.y. ja.u cen
rc-t ii.si'ivd that Dr. 15 l 's baby s ;, ),...
b e;, . S Ml.
I.miKCi.I.K.MAN S I.ALMU1Y.
Mi-. Letti.; Coleman lias reuj.iiieil ir
laimdryon Fourth street, between Wash
big!"!) and ('011:111 reial avenues, :md takes
thi-iiii'thod of informing her oi l friends
and pa'io:: that she is again ut tlrir ser
vices, add sniiriis their p.atriiiag. She
has reduced prices to suit the tin:H.
I wti.i. s -11 on easy terms my linn sit
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all rcpect: situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
For information, apply to John Hoin.
An AsTostsiiiNi; Fact. A large pjopor
tion of the American people mv to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or dis
orderciJ liver. The result of these diseases
U)ion the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is most alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a plesant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason fortius, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take tho
tidvice of druggists and your friends, and try
one bottle of Green's August Flower, your
speedy relief is certain. Millions of bottles
of this nieilieine liave been given away to
try its virtues, with satisfactory results in
every case. You can buy a sample bottle
for ten cents to try. Three doses will re
lieve the worst case. Positively mild by all
druggists on the Western Continent.
TllEUHIS Tltonil.U IS HTOHK for 1 1 10,0
who neglect to rectify irregularities of the
stomach, liver and bowels, which they fool
ishly itnagiiKj will "corno right of them
selves," Of this silly error such persons
nru usually disabused by the development
of soma serious chronic malady, traceable
to what they were pleasod to consider 11
trilling disorder of tho above named asso
ciate organs. Such a culmination is easily
avoided. A course of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters invariably has the effect of renew
ing tho aefcretivd action of a torpid liver,
restoring h-althy digestion mid nssimihi
tion, mid rendering the habit of body per
fectly regular. The activity of these all
important fimc'.ioiis being restored and the
ciilirosyst'iii t mcl and ,.,,,1,,, ,, ,y ,lis
incomparable invctivo mi, i,v:,,,,,!lllti
nodung'r to the general health is lobe up',
prcheii,,,,! V1)M1 , .,,, (
'at' d iii time, w'.!! i.ss'i.redly umlemiinu P..
What isBeaity. This cjestion has alike
puzzled the lover and the philosopher. The
sage analyze-', it Into perfection of feature
and coloring, 1 ml lover looking Into
the homely fa e of his adored mis
tress, declares that true beauty per
ttiTiH rather to the imperishable smtl
than to the cvcr-changlng body. But the
physician knows that the chief element of
beauty 's health, lleall'i is io beauty what
he sub.le nm .iielic re" rent ':) lo the bur of
pol'sh d steel by its pre. nice atirni'tlng
and re,, 'ningall itsdevot es. Benuly w 'r li
mit I " is 0 sh'Tie without an 01 ne'e.
Wotiui 1 eel lot posse. is this subtle tit! 1 tu live
lower of b.'.nity w' 'le sftf'ii "; fiom tho
claonii ..ilmeiit i,ul Wea' 'eves that coit
t'lti lly exhaust the sp'r- of v'ti'ity.
I)r. Tii ice's celebrat:'dsi( c!. r for 'his rla'x
of d; I'ses. the Favoi'to Pro rljlion le
'1 (!) lisi'i'i by thotlSetlds o," cse srlleiC'S,
r.".' )..!. t':em ti liea'lh, strength n id
1 1 iii.ini. mk. Os.turCo. K-. 'Veins'. 7 1 .is,,.
I),, li. V. i'lerce, : u!. alo, X. Y.:
li;r S r Fi.e ' 1 ( lesof you.' Favoiiie
!', ( ii;itio:i h ' clf t 1 my cut' e cure.
Mas. Bksik Pit k.
St. John's Da v June 21-th.
THE V iONS OFCAIIiO AX II VKTN IT Y VVII I.
CIVK AX EXIT lis lUX TU
Tin: FA1U GUOUNDs
t .IoiiosIiki'o, lllx.
OX 1 ho i"lh I'isi., t,i uhhh I'll Mnsin and tie
;uili.ic '.""m'nil'y are I'uril'jllv 1m l il.
THE Tli.VIX OX THE
C AIRO ninl ST. LniTS II. II.
W ill I ale Hie M. Cliai'leS Hotel
AT - O'CLOCK A. M.rsiIAUP.
Fa:v !or the le.iihd Tr::
A'1. ' e I mi M'KvJ.'-c
JT);e Iielln C'llv lljiel M! .n .ninii.m the ex-our-eiri
arid 'nnd line' mav lie nu i li,i,i il. J
Tii ke'.i eta be o'lt lined at lie irnia.
DAY OF Sl'ORT
OL1.VK BRACJ I,
IJarbocuo and Dam
J .W IXCi r.'irif,v,..l toy I'n r-i lug lial! f ern !i. fnrim r
11 -ile. to iui rnure "iiit'iMe. ami bnviui; "iilire-1-
reuiiideli'i. tae hall. I v. ill on the
loiu'tli of J ulv,
'ile 1111 old tine l..ir'innii' lllel llnlli". !u vliii III
"il'lillllv lini.e I'll '.II I ill e.-iii - n',1 uliu ; I I.-ntl a
i!.n of if.-ii ii ' in- ;di' -i' viol r i . a
It, Hie iif?i','tiiinii i-rai " ben i-.'ii In I i io. ni'ire
iierly mi ii.'d liv.latpi'. Kyna-t ia :i;el i.-sjuvi-r
n i. ire f, ,r li'Ue o.r il a I :i In,. il! I,., i mi
II1 Ir '.hini'U.- 'ii r ui'iii-ni e ' I Ii, ., i le- iI1-mi
il nf lliu e lei in 'iy .-.i . belli, ill Hie liio-l n' l-ini-
Ii. F. Wi I. BURN. Prcyi ietor.
JNaURANCE AGENCY OF
Wku-s tV: K Kirn i,
!5ritih AiiiPi'iciCA:. ",!
Millov illii Flreuinl M irlne i Mlii vllle. X. J.i
Ul lit. Villi., As-el.. SI.IW.1M7.M.
I'lllnll 1 'Of I'liilinli'lliblii; e.,il,,hed In Isnl.)
1 l "'11 1 Asset. J:.liw.im.
(iernian A.. Kr"::"::rl:.llVivi.s77.:ll.
HISKS Wltl lTEX AT FAIH HATES. "
OlHoe in Alexiirulfi' County Hunk.
w c x
SALOONS ANI ItrJSTAni.VNTl.
Saloon and lUbstauratit
TlIK II It sT or
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
C'on.nmlly on liuinl; also him coimtiiiilly on tininl t
Inryu hitindy of
AT Wlll,.l:,M.K AMI IIKT.MI.,
AllllliOlll I Ml lli'll llelrl. Illll III,, l.l'M'",
miTE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
' .; '"S - T. - .:. t
C -'.. J - -c i - " - . - -
" r , J J 1 IV
PJilCES JfEIlUCEll TO PER DA
Above Parlor Flour, exrcntlnu Kront Itunnis mid Kuonin with Iluth.
ROOMS WITHOUT JiOAIM). 81 TO S'2 PKIt
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS RoUSE
I.I FK ls KAM K.
JUHEKA ! KUKMKA ! !
A Subsiitute for Life Iiisunnice ( ompanios.
Widows' and-Oimmians' .Mi ti al Aid Socikty
. OF CAIRO.
Organized July I. !'.T. limler the 'a of llio Mute of H'omN. Cli,;,,-:!!;:, , ,h:.' I: iv.t, u ;,!- :e t nf
) I ' I'lc i;: i: s :
N. P.. TIIISTI.EVVooD. Pni.-ini.vT.
MRS. p. A. T.'.YI.' 11. Y:i i: Pi.i -ii.i.v-i . .1. A. GoLDTl.VE. Ti:t;.t mil.
JUL J. J. Goj;: uN. M i.i'M ai. Ai.v:-. i. 'llK'M.'.S LEWIS. .M'.-.iikt.uiv.
board of managers
MltS. I'. A. TAYI.OH.
X. II. THIsTl.l.WiNiI),
Miss KATK I.. IK I'M.
J. J. OuIIlMiN,
J. A. (HU. lis! IN K,
Mils. S. A. AVliKS,
iV l'"T I"1"1' '" iii'iiUre in the i,m' c. corner S, vi
MtY (loops, nr.
The largest wholesale ami retail Iiry
(okmIs ami Clothing Hotis In this City:
are receiving new GckmIs daily und are
o tiering great bargains in the most hand
some lilies of CARPI-ITS, GIL CLOTH
and MATTINGS; silks. Caslnncres. Lou
rottos, ami a iii-cat many other new
styles of Dies (lnods. Fans, Etc.: in
fact in every di p' : nt of their busi
ness, they coiili.iiiy unite the public
o call ami see their lock. 1
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Vliok's;iU Ooitlcf in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD oRTON. W E LL
J'ACKEI) FOR SlIIPl'lNt;.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O J'' PIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Stiret ami Levee,
(JK! ick! ici;:
J A COR IvLKE,
Ik now Prepared
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
Omi.1! AND IlK lIoCI" AT TaK C'lTT IlllWBIIT.
I co ! J co 1 Icq I
yOCUM it SERBIAN,
NOliTLIKRN" 1 (
t'OKXEU EIIIIITII STKEET. C.MIiu. II.l.lMHs.
KiE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
NOT S XO W !
At the miner or El .'lit sin el uul III, I . I.ev. . . v
lll'i' new li'einrei In lill nrdei'." Ii.r "n'e I 'Hie In' el
reiisnniibli' irlre mihI In iieiMi, n roini I. n
iniiid In cur I'.el Inn- mid i.iil i'nni'!-'" In i ,n
mil' eii-lnini . tiiieii Ji Mi" ji Usui. -imIi i- '
the ii'il slim I
hi ; M .1 s ;:,, .J v.
vim. i;. i . loin),
S. II. AVH1-,
THOMAS I fa :s.
nth mreet ami l"omm'T'!i' v. r,'i". Wii.t.T.-. I k.
GltQCKR-S AM COMMlssloX MKIM H.VNT-.
TRATTON ct RIRD,
Who ees a ee Grocers
.'7 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POW PER COMP'V
W STiuTTi.v i ilr" T Biicii. Mi.iurt.
( oRiiiiissioii Jlcrc'liaiits.
I'll AI.EH IS
GRAIN. FI.OIRANI) HAY.
I ' i'i ipi'ift irst
lliu hest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
II INKLE, THISTEEWOOD
Fanners' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
No. l'i" und 1-J7 ('niiiiiier- I itltllA T t r c
tlni Avenue, VAII.O, ILL.
I IBEHAI. Advunci mi'iitu in.ide niiC'oin'lijnmi.TilH
i J or T
Tubiicon, Eliiur ninl druln.
Orders for Coal hy the car-load, ton or
in liogslieails for Hlii;mient promptly at
tended to. To large consumers and all
manufacturers we are prepared to sup-
ply any quantity, by the month or year,
; ut uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
HOflli'f on wlmrPinnt. fuel nl' Sit vh sln'et; nllli'" ;il'
M;i!iiiv llrmlii i-. eiini- I'M. l'leirl" Hot "' :
E''i iiliiiii Mill-. T'vee i-i '..1 1 -i r.-.-tl ti.-il I: IHiinp. In 'i
nl Willi -el sir--! Dllidrnw crl'uiium,,! uriiA.ir iW.1.