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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 187ft
"y R. SMITH, JR., M. 1).
Offlro and RMidwt:
SO. at THIRTEESTH STREET. CAIRO. II I.
Q W. DUNNING, M.D.
Office anil Residence:
tFTK'F.-S. W. for. SUth t.. near Ohio pvre.
KESUlEM'E Corner Vlut and Mnlh streets.
U. E. W. WH1TLOCK,
Omcr-Xo. 1W Commenial Avenue. Iietwecn
Eighth and N hub Street-.
J)R. W. ('. JOCELYN.
OFFICE Elrlith Street, mr Commercial Avenue
O P. WHEELER,
A t toi-nc y-a t - Law.
OFFIi E-OI.I Lew. l. l. F.mrth and S!ih t.
J IJfEGAR & LANS PEN,
A t 1 onioyss-at -Lum'.
OFFH'E-No. 111 Commerm! Aveiiue.
S NfUN (' KM KNTS.
JSWe are autluirUtrt to announce 11. C. l-OF-LIN
af a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
nhject to the decision ol the people at the election
in November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
The Only Deily iu Southern Illinois.
SlliVjll. OlTIl F. I
CAino. 111.. .lime IS. I"
i p.m. :V(.
Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. V .o,ir
Minimum Thermometer. 75 ; Minimum Ther
Bumieter. fjs j Kalnfail.O'fl
JAMES M. WATSON.
Scrg't Signal Serh.e, I'. S. A.
Cupt. J. C. YViSlia is in the city.
Alexander County jail now holds three
Judge Green hm returned from liar
din county. He was at the sociable last
The E. S. and I.. S. meets on Tuesday
evening next tit the residence of the Mi es
Gen. Logan came down the Illinois
Central yesterday, and stopped off at Car
bondalc. lie may, during 1 is sojourn in
Egypt, visit its capital.
Miss Fanny Hinkle, daughter of Maj.
Iliukle left for LouisCk; this morn" g by
the ('aim and Vitircnnrs railroad, t spend
the summer among relatives.
Mr. II. M. Mm. now of .St. Loi'"e,
formerly a resident of tin's place, is ' town,
uid will p-main wPh n tl - flour davs.
The condition of tl'' -gs in Ci ' o impresses
The Episcopal snrluhle at the residence
of Mr.John II. Oberly last r'ght was a
pleasant affa'-, and the ladies engaged in
it realized for V clu-rh a hr-u'somc sum
The Union Sunday School picnic
promises to 1 one of tin pleaantcst affairs
of the season. Those who derive a pleasure
from seeing the little ones enjoy a day
of teal rcrvea'.ion end sport should not fail
to join the exci"sionists.
Public sent'ment lY-gurd'ng the pro
posed compromise appears to I somewhat
mixed. We have met none who t,pe op
po.ed to the proposition outright, but the
iiumkr who are l, op'.,g j,, the ,lTk ,, i
crying I'm- lilit is h-giun.
Ahraham, the youthful Ethiopian who
stokes for Tiik 1!l.,i.kt'n, was the Causu of
the lateness of its delivery yesterday morii-
Abraham has promise) I to he dclin-
qticnt no tnore; if Id- should be, he will go
to his vnietated namesake's bosom to
When will the tkgital!" t the custom
house yard'be repaired.' ('airoSun. Whin
the hurly-burly'., done, when the old girl of
the Sun, all lnr wicked ways shall slum;
when a Radical slmll sit. within reach of
public teat, and that teat neglect to pull till
his stomach's over full, then shall the tlag
ntuff in the cutom-home yard lie repaired.
The cas" of R-v. T. J. Shores was
changed limn kforc Justice Rob' -son
yesterday to Justice ( eiii'ig's and a her-,
ingset for twelve o'eh.k. At that hour
Mr. Slion-s was not on hmid and i n adjourn
ment wus Ik-iI until f, t,,- i,-yltk, wheu
it was found that Mr. Litu -gir. one of the.
counsel !n t!i. case, (vu , ,( k prtnt,
It was set fi-r hi-niin to d.ty at twelve
Col. S. S.Tay!oriece'e I yeste:day the
following t.tlegiaiii: "Wiishinyton. JunchJ.
Col. S.S. Taylor: Rivi-rand harbor bill pnssi-il
the Senate. Ca'm iipproiriat'on nil right.
Win. Ilnrfi ll." This ; ifiMiil news, and
coninns the belief slcip-d iu by all imthohs
who have- paid any atleiitioii to the subject,
that our appropriation would go through as
it rnme fudii the hands of the house com
mittee. l'Th'.' negative bide ! a mis ruble side
to uny qu- stimi," says our highly esteenieil
i i.'.nti tnrovmv, the Sun, and in saying so it
gives in'.. ra::ce to an im'Spi. table iruth,
far ns that truth can k made applicable to
itself. If any one should so far forget the
proprieties of '"e and languago as to dub
our esteemed contemporary an ass, and sonic
one else should have the moral heroism to
deny it, the ir'scry of the "negative side of
the question" becomes at once apparent.
We might cite example of tins Vid with
out numkr, but hope this one will suffice
to illustrate the "n 'serahle side" of the
negative. We cheerfully concede to our
esteemed contemiwrary rare moral courage;
indeed, it is nothing if it is not affirmative
in all its positions, and ns a general thing it
is nothing nothing kited down ami sun
Our cherished friend and neighbor
over the way is cxtremelv anxious to en
thuse on the coming Fourth of July. She
wants to go on a regular old-fashioned
spree, klieving that '-there is a time for
even-thing." Just so; but we appeal to our
friend, in the name of modes and reform,
to keep shady and remain in his ordinary
out-of-door apparel on that occasion. Fire
crackers, roman candles, torpedoes, zig-zags,
snakes, g'-iger pop and ice cream, will do
well enough for the youth of Cairo, but
when n dame, whom we trust, it is no of
fense to call just a little blase, apes the
manners of noisy childhood, it is time to
call a halt. Upon sober reflection, we feel
certain that our Brother will agree with us.
What does the old girl, or tho wild waves.
If babies could talk, they would often
express their thanks to the1'- nurses, for re
lieving them of pain and suffering, by the
use of Dr. Bull's Baby S; .up.
For S; e. I have two lots, numlered
9 and 10, on Twentieth street, one lot from
the corner of Washington avenue, lying lc
side Mr. J. B. Reed's residence lots, which
I want to sell, and will give to parties want
ing to buy the easiest ami lcst terms. I
can be found for a few days at J. B. Reed's
iron store. II. M. Mann.
For Rent The I aisines rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohma. as a bakery,
corucrof 14th strict and Washington ave
nue. For particulars apply to Henry
Qi kjy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when thev can buv Marburg Bro's
Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
.Window Screens, Wire Cloth, Door
Spring, Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets,
Flower Stands and Trainers, at A. Halley's.
Thf. German Lutherai School, on Thir
teenth street, taught by Rev. Mr. Durschner,
will be open during the Summer months,
to give children who attend the public
schools an opportunity to learn the Ger
LETHE CO I.EM AX'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie C'olcuian has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
imrton ami Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friemls
and nitrons that she is again at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the timfs.
GitAND Raffle. Tickets for the raffle of
the Hik-mian engine house and two lots
(property worth over five hundred dollars)
are now ready for sale and may be had of
members of the compuny. Tickets are also
for sale at different business houses
throughout the city. The drawing will take
place iu the new engine house, July 4. 1s7h,
and will be under the direct supervision of
Mesrs, T. W. Halliday. R. II. Cunning
ham nnd Sol. A. Silver, Tickets, $1.
I will sell on easy terms my farm sit
uated in Pulaski county, containing One
Hundred and Sixty Acres in cultivation,
good improvements, in all respects; situuted
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
Matiikw I'oa( it.
For information, apply to John II!ian.
NO PLACE FOR A GIRL.
Stall.- Itegl-t.'-r. Jane li.J
Attorney-General Edsuii yesterday re
ceived a letter from George W. Rrockliau.
state's attorm-y of St. ('in-' county, whii h
states that at the last term of the St. Clair
circuit court Liny V. Parker, a girl over
fourteen and under s'Mirn years of ag-.
was convicted of l. and larceny and -ci-tenc)'d
to the reform school r poniiuc for
fifteen months, lint after the milium was
made out. and n'terthe sheriff had . aveli-d
up to Pontiai: with the document, the su
perintendent of tlicsehool n fu. ed to rceiv)
the girl. lb' allowed that it was ro place
to uiiilertuk)' to reform a girl among one
hundred and fifty rough lmy. and he aid
he had no ilace to keej, her. and lie would
not let the girl pas, his duir. So the sher
iff had to totter all the way bu-k to Belle
ville, with what the lawyer call hi- mil
tilllU.s. in his hand, mid Illlike the best ex
cuse he coilld to his wife for his long ab
sence with the interesting and susceptible
convict. It appears that bv the revis.-i
statutes grand liirceny i not punishable by
confinement in tin-county jail, while a per -
. ' V . . ,
son f -iler sixteen ears ot age is not to be
contined ill the pen'it.-nt'mry. and the stale s
attorney write in gn-ut perplexity to I now
what is to In-done. 1 1 1 - attotni-v general.
reliielnbi-iing wh;it he w;is when a Ik -v.
oiiu-tded in the dieision of the super
intendent of the reform si I I, tlit it was
not a good place for n girl, ami , ",er eon
sultiny with a Register n poller who i, em-
iloyed on the Moiiety side of the uiier.
concliidcil to advise that then- whs a detect
iu th)-statute, and that the uirl be dis
charged. All of which stands of record.
Ekfix is entirely d'oprnportional to caus
es are frequently iniluccilby the siinplest
circumstances. A little pimple, indieutive
of the beginr'ng of det -riorat'ou of the
bliMid, will, by neglei t of preventive means,
develop into the ieithnmc Ulcer imd sap
health, or probably destroy life. Dr. Hull's
n lllood Mixtr.ro pivv-nts such ca'atrop!i
A DOOMED MAX.
H. IOKL0W TO HAN'G OX FRI
DAY, JULY th.
AN INTF.nVIEW WITH THE riUSONEIt IHH
VEUSIOS F TIIE K'l.L'NO OK IMV J
WAOONF.i; I'OINTS ' I HIS PF1SONAL
Upon the receipt of the St, Lor'g papers
conta'Tig the news of the action of the
supreme court in the case of Burklow vs. the
People, a lU'i.LF.Ti.f reporter, in company
Sheriff Sanp ami another gentleman, called
on the doomed man, now imprisoned in the
county jail. The prison keys having been
handed over to the sheriff, he led the way
to Burklow's eel1, and ! v 'ted the prisoner
into the corridor of the jail.
Introductions followed, and ' ie reporter
opened the interview by asking Burklow i''
he had heard of the action of the supreme
court in his case. He replied that he had
not. The first ponion of the following
special telegram to the St. Louis Globe
Democrat was then read to him:
Mocnt Vsrnkn. June Iiurklow v. the peo
pie etc.; error luJuluiKon. The cour. tlh d the Col
liming opinion : Thi writ of error lir'.ii'.- hrfore t
the record of the con '.ctlon of the plaintiff In error
for the crime ol murder. No u on tract or lref
have beeu filed, and no argument ha heeii mad'- l.i
tipporl of the error assigned. Wit have, not
wllli. tHinHiii llieKu ouili lom, examined carefully
I tie en tiru record, and we fail lo discover therein
any error. The Judgment of the Court below It af
firmed, and the tenteoce of death will he executed
in conformity with that judjient. on Friday, the
5th day of July neM. Affirmed. From the records
it appears that on July 5, 1S77, Harrison Burklow
killed one D nlel Wa .otier. at Foreman, Jobnon
county. It teem that llurklow and deceased were
working at the same nell. of Chapman 4 He;
that a few moment before the k.llln; Durklnw cume
into the tuill and told the foreman that he and de
ceased had quarreled tuenl;ht before, and damn
him. he would ettlc It now. The foreman advised
him tn be carvfiil and not rul e auy disoirhanee.
I) -ceaed w is at orl!. CurUlow went up to him
and without a word, so far as the record snows. pat
him dow n, the ball eut.-ruir Just above the left
nipple. Deceased walked a few tep and fe'.l down
dead. Burklow came out and stated that damn
him he had fixed him and he ithe deceased) would
bother him no more. Ehibltini a revolver, he said,
damu him. I done It w.th that. The record show
one of the most cold blooded murder that ha evur
found It way into the curt. The case La been
warmly contested from the bejinning, the Ho l. .1.
R. Thomas defending It was tried by Hun. John
Dougherty, judge of that circuit lie was one of
the newly elected judm-s under the Appellate Court
bill, pa'-ed at the lat .essiou of the Ieii'.-lature,
and the constitutionality of that act wa raised, but
the ability and eui r. of his council could not pre
vail to rescue the defendant from the jut sentence
of the law, which will be carried Into effect Just one
year from the time of the comm'.sslou of the mur-
Bering its reading he was visibly affect
ed, ins deep oreattiing could nave oeen
distinctly heard twenty feet nway. but his
already bleached features gave no indica
tion of the struggle going on within him.
.ien asked '' he had cij 'ng to say, he
replied t'mt he had not a great deal. He
was without friends and almost without
hope. He c"d not tlrnk he had had a fair
trial. The only person whose testimony
would have tended to justify him in tak'ng
Wagoner's lite was his wife, and she was,
by the operation of the law, dela;.ed from
beim.' heard 'n court. His version of the
affair had never been given to the public,
and ut the reporter': su rges. 'on he made
the following statement. We may add,
however, that at the conclusion of his state
ment, upon being being (jues. ioned by one
of the gentlemen pre :-nt. he said the cause
of i"-teeling k-. .'ceil Wagoner and him
self was a quarrel which their wives
hail bail akiU trilling things chickens, he
thought. The quarrel ktwecn Cie women
finally involved 'ie men. He sai 1 :
"The first of ,ie qu; rel betww a Wago
ner i "id myself began on Sr uLy icght,
July 1st. 177; I had been dowj town at
the drug store, and wln n I came home, be
Lagoner. was standing ,j.s:ti-lay door.
alms' ig my V c. call 'g h'-r s. vr.l ugly
!,.. . ... .... .1.. l.t
iiiiiii.-s. .nisi us m. .... m., luimm
that she would tell me if . he did
not go away u.vl k-lmve hims-'lf.
I came up. 'That is j'lst what I wt Voll to
do. said Wagoner. I ar.t to g-i ciiunce
tocutiii.-thr.at.ur.yhow." he was .Unking.
I pas.,1 :-do the Lou.- akut tlfe f'-'t llhllA , j,: .,ir,i. ,.j.,htv -live por
from him. told my wife to sy lathing J ,,., jr.. Va. ,, f, ),y ( ,i;,t. J. R.
more to him. and if k had anytidng l. Tu,,.ti:i. Mr. A. G. Damron. the latt r
say to let him
ay it when h w sok r.
Walke-I off. go;'ig to hi
house. Jlkllt ten feet littaV. ti t'l: fob
low'ng .M'l.'id ty, f igotle- came to the 'irii?
store where I was, and kga.n abusing nv,
when I w .Ikeil uw iy. I mentioned t,
s-veral ni'-n that I wanted nxditficulty with
him. and would leave. ;-nl did leave.
Nothing mop- hap;-n'"l ti.itii 'he it'oing
of the th. ,shi.i h'- returti'd to F'.P in'in
fioin ('air'., whi p- In- kid ri
on .in ei '.r-ion. He v..is u .-. i-r the i
ii;)!neii)-e i.f lioiinr. :"ld waii ) i.r-,!.M' sdid 1
I 'i.-imning m
iv. i,.:t lin-i.i :.:i,i m,
iiaiio-s at that tilii". IliMWa-at to' l''it
t j.',ireii, ,n. II- w-ut on hone- tin-n: I
1 , ,, ,, , , . ,-, n
i aii w -!. ooue- s'V.rt.V al'i rward. II"
i , -
! ('-""' '" ,h" ' ' ''' fr'"'t '"'
iind i-onune'ii i-d -irv'.ng ne- and damning mi-
..nt.i.li-: lie i-.i! m ii tlm t. a ..f'a.
land applied o'er epithets to III'-: he "hired
me outside tie ihnir. and I told hiln ' ' noth
ing e!e wi lliddo km, 1 would come out
and tight km a fail light; I start'd lo get
over my own fein;e, and Id- approai hed a
Woodpile illtsiile of the feni l', ill.Mieililltely
in front of w here I was getting over, mid
grabbed n -iik of hickory about
two and ii halt inches jiiare
and thirty 1 -ehes long. My wile has
th)-billet ; I jumped back on the inside;
went '-ito 'he house, and got a pistol; start
id out of do'ds. my w''c called to ine, and
he went away, nyi'ig he would get a pis
tol, too, I went back to the house, nnd
put my pi -lot away. This occurred about
half-pnst live o'chx-k ubout six o'clock he
came back, and said he was ready to shoot
w'th mo then; thut"hu cotth' '"t get to l-'ll
me then, he would do it if it took him
twenty ye .rs; ho said ho wou'd c.t-h me
going to work (I hadt) pass by his door
through a narrow allty, about . ,-o feet
wide,) orcatclj me at work the m!'l;
that I should uever woik there any
more; then lie kept wall-'ng back
ward and fo. vuid in froit of my door;
cursing me pretty much all the time, uinll
about eleven o'clock. Ih'-'ig a" vs t'me
I never spoke to him. After he left and
went to his house, l's w"'e spoke to hint
and urged him to goto l'ol nnd he said he
would not, but would stay up and watch
the remainder of th- night. I w -nt to bed
client one o'clock, t'lid got up ! 1 'lie morn
ing and went on' to wash. He said,
Damn you I will nv you when you come
down to work." I went dow.i work
about six o'clock, and I thought I wou'd
go and see h'ni, and 4nd out what he was
going to do aboutit u-I was afraid he might
slip up on me. I went to where he was at
work on he pla.-orm end asked I 'm ' ' lie
was going to do wUrt he had said he
would the night bct'dr; if he was going to
kill me or not. He had some of the same
sort of t'mber (alreaiy liicik'.oncdi about
five sihks ' i his hands e-id t' cv them
all away except one; that ono he rasied as
if to sltike me, and said hat he would kill
me; aud I shot him. I diditbicaus. I lie
lieved he wouh: have killed me."
He said nil this 't a calm, s ai-;lit-forward
way, lusitat' ,rj now i id hen as
to recall "iu '-icidents hat led to he
tragedy, lit spoke w'th some bini-rners of
feeling altoutthe law 'iat prohibited his
wife from giv'tg testimony in the case, as
slu j ilone heard the threats Wagoner iad
made on 'ie r';ht prccniing the kiUing.
If he were alhwed to irovt- this, he said, it
would be imjssilie to convict him of pre
meditated kil.lng. No sane man could be
lieve that he lid shot Wagoner without some
proviK-ation. The fact of the killing itself
was proved, stlppcd of any of the causes
leading to it, :od he was made to appear as
a cold-blixide' mur It rer. Everybody 1. iew
that Wagomrreturn.d from the excursion
to Cairo underthe influence of liquor on
the evening of lie 4th. but no one but him
self ami wife hurd the threats of Wagoner
to take his life. If he could have got this
fact before thejiry. lie would not be where
he was to-day. ,
Burklow was Wty-riye years old last No
vember. He waborti iu Graves county,
Kentucky, and hu lived ' Alexander and
Pulaski counties thirty-two years. He is
akut five f'-et sevn ' ches ' hei'jht.aUrjt.
we judge. 1'id lbs n weight, dark, unkempt
hair, chia beard arJ moustache, cold gray
eyes, nose promicnt and of a Unman
cast, a small mouth tiriu. 1 eavy jaws, with
grave and thought.'u expression of counte
nance. There is iKbing repuMve in the
looks of the loan. He has been 'm our
coun. jail, with the exception of a brief
period while at his trial in Vii ma, since
the oth of July hist, iad 'he confinement
has told upon i:s t'ram- and featve. He
says that al'hoiigh Ie lias bei-n in .several
tights ! t his ''v, he wits never Known to
draw a weapon !n u personal quarrel. He
was a soldier duriii,' the war in Logan's
Union command; las been married twice
and has one chili liv'ng by his Inst wife;
wus divorced iron 1 tirst ' c, who i 'Vr
ward married D;ve Waters of Cairo. She
is now in 'he iisnc asylum at ' u innati.
His jin-seut wit'i is at Percy, Randolph coun
ty. He said a pc.lt ion. pra)' g for
a comtiiuta'. "'ii of I 's mlrucc. had
ken sent to Gov. Cu'.lom in
lea I iv the
,-iri. w,i(lla h,,v. j,., tli(. ut,rm.v f t1(.
,., :,. wl, ,,.,,.,,, hi,,,, ju. si.ri:r and
' . ...
iVU . i-.lv,. i ,. ot 'lie jurors, and!)1-
V; x 7.n i m.-vHi, hundred citicr. of
I ns,iJ v jUt hud lici.ril nothing
,,,.,, ,:.,(X ',. :iW i ,,. Glok-J), mo-
n lt un ,-,. ;i!t, rv.ard that a
J .,riMV... iu,:i;v, k,;l, for.va;.h d si
gi r,t! :;i n hi attorney at Vn-nn i. In n
o!v to ii i'-s.;,;- K- to what h' would like
' tJ ),,..
hire f r him. or if tie-r- wi re anv
J rr t !.i- vorld line to si-e. he Siii-1 I;--I
ili I f.'t Y'SiV what to do. nr. I apart fr .-n
:ii'i c. ' w In- bop- hiiiis)-;'
r. ' g w ii.it h' hail to -ay in
'. u.e.'ii'ii.rr .---'I iv, entireiy
,:y:.'' ' tin-- of i itii. r
oil !!.' w :
iil'.- a ;,
afi 'i '-..'..'
or f .
Tiii.ii. is 'Jiio i;i . r s(o-:i. for t!i
'-:) iiii fc ol . Miii-
-o,i,-u h, iiv t arid ImjWi-I'. which they fmi..
i-l.lv iln.igint -iipine right of tiii-ln-
iiiv error -t i: :i iii-i-o:i ,
j ,ire M.iiaby -l-abil-eil bv til- i"U-lop:neiit
of .one- s'-rioi chronic malady, tr-iei
' i wh it tlii vii' p- I ! -II - I to ( o.'.sld
tri:!ioo di-orda of the aimce iii.lio-il
( iate oig in-. Sui Ii n i-u'iiiiriiition i-'.,i.iy
itvoid' -l A Mir-eof I b-st'-tlei 's .;. :,ii h
P.i'ti-rt iiiMiriliiy bit i, it -it ol r-'ji.s-
ing tie -ii ret re action of a torpid k.'-r,
restoring h-a:(iy digestion and a-..';!. illa
tion, arid p-liiny the habit of body p'-r-f-ctly
n gnlur. The activity of th. ..- nil
important In ii Ions being restored and too
entire sy.lein tdifl and regulated by this
incomparable cTcetivo and lnvlgoraut.
no danger to the general health is to ',, ap
prehended fp'in iiiiifi i which, if no) eradi
cated in time, wll assuredly undermine ii.
Tin fruit cans ai A. Halley's, both whole
sale and retail, ntbltMi, pl ies,
milE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
.r:" - l0"-' ") afca yMK-ft -..- v
tmwkW warn nvm ummmh
PMCES DEDUCED TO 83 PER DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, excepting Front Itooms and Koomn with Hutu.
HOOMS WITHOUT UOAKl). 81 TO &2 PEH DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED-WITH THIS HOUSE
"glTREKA ! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Orphans' Mutual Aid Society
Organized July 4, 1.-377. under the law of the siiaie of Illinois. Copyright d July It. 177
N. 15. Til ISTLE Wool). Pukmui-.m.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Y:ck Pi;i.si;,knt. J. A. GoLOSTINE. Tkkasi ufii.
DR. J. J. GORI'.oN, M::i a;. At-vis.,u. THOMAS LEWIS. SrXLLT.wtv.
BOARD jF MANAGER.-
MtlS. P. A. TAYI.OIt,
N. K. TIII-Tt.LW()(),
VtsS KATK L. VOCl M.
J. .1. O'lUDilN,
.1. A. (iOl.LllNE,
Mil. 9. A. AVltLS,
?For partieulars !r. ;uire at the elf ce. comer Si-vt
puy i.oops. irrc
The largest wholesale ami retail I'ry
GtMJtls and Clothing Hotiie in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily ami arc
offering great bargains in the most liand
sonie lines of CARI'KTS. dlL ( LOTUS
u n J 5I.T'n.NGS; Silks, Cashinei-es, Lou
rcttcs, and a great many other new
styles of Dress (loods. Fans. Etc.; iu
fact in every department of their hui
ness, they cordially invite the public
cull and see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OE SPROAT'S PATENT
1 ) -;ilT
It 'E BY THE CAR LoADORToN, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Sf -cialty.
( ) )' I-' 1 j-: :
Coi'.Twcirtli Street and Lovee,
' -1 i!0- ILLINOIS.
. A CO Ii K LEE,
. row l'r- ar -i!
To Kill Orders. Wholesale or Retail, at
'Nl It lle.l B AT TIIK (. II V IlkltWKIlV.
VOCUM .t SEKUIAN,
cornku ;:n.inii stukkt.caiiio. Illinois.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
XOTSNO W !
At t'" eiiriinror "treet nnd Ohio l.rvto, we
;n o mm t.ie.eir -d to lei orders lor tut rn l.uke Ice ut
I'r.i'.nvitile pfli'i's ami III rimintles of from ten
n. ni'S to ear o,i, Iu'. iitid will uimriilitee lo curry
ei.ri letunii . tlirei:- : i!k-se:i,)ii, Leave orders at
II": oM st'iiai.
VUCLM & sKIttilAN.
IM Il.( E.
under u't i f
MIlS. K. ' . FOItJ),
S. I). AVKt.
nth nr. et and Commercial avenue. Wji.u-m' l.iiKk.
(;R0 KIW AM) COMMISSION MKKci! ANK
TKATTOX tt niKD,
AVlIO LESALK GlJOCEILS
AG KNTS AMI'.iaCA.N I'OWjjKR t'OJlp'Y
Oa i ro.
Stwtton. i Mini.
1 1 1 i n c i s .
T. Hir.ii. Mi
t Ali.o, I I.I. I NO!
GRAIN. FLOUR AND HAY.
I'r ii'riot' r.-
Egyptian Flouring 3Iills
Highest Cash Prii-p Paid for Wheat.
I INKLE, TIIISTLEWOOD
Farmers" Tolmcco Waitlwue
General Coimnission 5Iercliants,
N.... Wand Wl'-nir.-M. (,i(t lr l
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IIIKI.'.M. Aiiv.i!.rei:e-i,ts iiiiiLe on CoiisiiiiimeiitH
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QO A I
C O A. L .
Orders lor Coal by the car-load, ton or
iu hogsheads jbr shipment promptly at
tended to. To large consumers and all
luaniifactiiri'rs we arc prepared to sup
ply uny quantity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Hdfrli-e oi, v hiirP nut, hot of s!f:ll "tf 'et ; ofl.ee r
llalll.l.i-' IirednT.. ,,ppo. eSt. Ciiiiocs lloiel:
fiu-v; teill ?-!:.!. T,.-,:!. t',t.-eelCotil t : I'limp. foot
ol i'liii-ly-el strst uili Ir.i-.v i r j'c"to:'.l-n ilrun.ir aun.