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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN': SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 33, 187ft
It. SMITH, JR., M. D.
Office and Benldence i
KO. 81 TIIIKTKE5TH BTUKET. CAIRO, H.I
1 W. DUNNING, M.D.
Office and Residence :
OFFK'K-K. W. cot. KWIh at.. OTrOtlo p'
liKSlDKNCE-Coruer Walnut and Mntli utreeia.
J)R. . W. WIIITLOCK,
OmcE-No. 138 Commercial A-euuo, between
Elk-bib ajjd Ninth Street".
"JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Ebjliiu Street, m ar Commercial Avenu.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio I.cvoe, bet. Fourth and Sixth ata.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 1H Commercial Avenue.
HTWe are authorized to announce H. C LOH
LIX aa a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
ubject-to the decinion of the people at the election
in November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Ouly Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITf AND COINTY.
Caiw. III.. June il'l
Time. liar. Tber. Hum
Wind. Vel. Weather.
6:4fia.m29:K7 71 71
Jl:ll" 7d 4a
2 p.m. 2!i j 79
S:4rt 2W2. . 7i 43
"Maximum Th-rtnometeY Ms ; Minimum ther
monger. T i W-AflMES M WATSON.
Serg't Sljoal Service, L'. A.
(Oreanlzaliiin and Election of Offlceri of the Cairo
Social OcieiKc and Industrial School Anocia
tion.J In accordance with the call issued a few
days ago a large number of ladies met at
the librai room yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
L. R. Wardner was called to the chair, and
Mrs. II. H.. Candee chosen secretary pro
tempore. The object of the meeting w as
explained by the chairman and some in
teresting facts given concerning the work
'of the State Social Science Association and
the Girls' Industial School, at Evunston.
The ladies then firmed themselves into the
Cairo Social Science and Industrial School
Association, and elected the following offi
cers: President, Mrs. II. II. Candee -.Sect eta
ry, Madame Char lton-Edholm, Directors.
Mrs. C.G. Clark, Mrs. H. L. llalli.lay, Mrs.
L.'j. Rittenhousc, Mrs. S. D. Ayers, Mrs.
F. W. Sclmcktrs, Mad. Charlton-Edholro.
A committee consisting of Mrs. Win. Win
ter, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Wardner and Mrs.
Candee, was appointed to solicit advertise
ments from business men for the Social
Science Journal, issued in Chicago, having a
circulation throughout the State, and also
donations of clothing and material, to be
made up for the thirty girls, now in the
Industrial School, the work to be prepared
by the directors and given out at the
meetings which will occur on the fourth
Thursday of each month, the first meeting
to le held June STtli, at the residence of
Mrs. L.J. Rittenhou.se, to which a cordiul
'invitation is extended to all friends of the
Lose not thy own for want of asking it!
Iste not your infant lor want of Dr. Hull's
.Ruby Syrup, which any druggist will sell
.vou for 23 cents a lottlc.
Caiho and St. Lons Rail Road. Mon
day June 24th. This day only the through
mail and expresii will leave at 8:.'J0 a. m.,
to accommodate the M;iuic excursion.
R. J. Fink, Gen. Agt.
A IW IT TOWS.
IDhe of periiandThltiK
Mr. Ihrtzell w ill be at home on
The LadieV Missionary Society is con
templating a garden tea party.
Rev. Dillon-Lee upent u quiet afternoon
yesterday, anil is reported importing.
Reincmlx r the Mil fellow a exetirhion
to Vienna to-morrow. The iinltution in
tlud'A the general public.
Mr. Phillip (.'. ISarday arrived ycntcr
iiay lrom t iiesvr. m. lie will engage in
buniiii-hs in the linn of l!;iri lay lirotln-rs.
Attention in di-ei t,., ,, tlm notice of
propoaaln, on our third puge, fur renting
HtamU at St. Marv'a P.ok on the Fourth of
J"iy;. , !
The wHV-beiitrr vtjm v;.a 1 1 1 ' t ) 1 1 r ' 1 in
ycntcnluy's 111 i.i.KiiN has gone unwhipt of
justice. His wife relent. -I and refuceil to
Mrs, MiXainee, according to advice"
reccivi'l w nilil in, beyiptiil ilnnger, mid
her early recovery it predicted ,y .r u.
Dr. C. W. Dniiiiiiiglius been at Ciich
ter, Ills., iitteniling a a 'Ksinti of (lie South-
9 it' t f H it t i
ern Illinois .iieiiieui , isiK'nitiiin. lie wus
CXiected bolui! this iiioniing.
The school director did not have a
meeting on Thursday lust. It wim nahl they
would meet on thai day and complete the
li-t of their teachers fur the ensuing scholas
Thoa who are go'nj with the Musocs
to Joneitboro on St. Jolin'a day, Monday
next, are Informed thai aier lea "ng the de
pot of tlio Narrow Gauge road, the tia;:
will make three stopping within the limits
of the cUy, '.: at Tenth, Fifteenth and
Twentietli s..-ee:n. Ample accommodations
have been secured for all who want to go.
Mrs. Anna E. Safford took the five
o'clock tra'n on the Cairo and V'nccnnes rail
road th!s morning for Cincinnati. In that
city she will be joined by Miss Jessie Wilcox
and will go on with her to New York, from
whence they will take sail for Europe on
Saturday next. ' The many friends of Mrs.
Saffurd w'sh her a fair voyage, a pleasant Eu
ropean tour and a safe retu.u to her native
ODD FELLOWS' DEDICATION
OF VIE.VVA CEMETEHY, SIMMY, Jl.SE SliD.
A special train will leave Cairn, from
Cairo and Yincennes railroad depot, at 9 a.m.
reaching Yienna at 10:4-5 a.m.. returning at
3 :30 p. m.
ROl'ND TItIP TICKETS fl-OO.
For sale at Fourth street depot, and by L.
B. Church, passenger agent. Children un
der fourteen vears. half fare.
F. A. Miller.
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Weddinz Law and
Th Pink-Gaverick silver weeding, cele
brated at the residence of the parties
named, last night, was one of the late
notable events in the social life of Cairo.
Durng a term of ten yeais' reridence in
this city Mr. and Mrs. Pink have enjoyed
the respect and friendship
of its people.. Their many
friends here and there friends and relations
in other places rejoiced with them on the
arrival of the tw-.iity-lifth anniversary of
their marriage, and yesterday they received
many and sincere congratulations on the
health and prosperity which a quarter of a
century of wedded iife now sees them in
possession of. Mr. and Mrs. Pink nee
Gaverick were married twenty-five years ago
yesterday by R .-v. Ellas Ford at the Regis
ter office at Newton Abbott, near For
quay, South Devonshire, England.
A week ago they sent out two hundred in
vitations to their silver wedding, to be cel
brated last night in thc-ir new home, on the
corner of Ninth Mrrct and Washington
avenue. The house has been put in
thorough repair throughout and is now one
of the most comfortable homes in the city.
The well-lighted and handsomely furnished
rooms were beautifully decorated with
flowers and evergreens. Across the en
trance hall, -the - word Welcome,
in graceful letters of pink and sil
ver greeted the eyes of the guests as
they crossed the threshold. In the parlor,
over the mantel, was the motto: "May the
blessings of heaven rest upon this Pink
nnd silver wedding." Over the north w in
dow were the figures l-"):!, :tml over the
south one opposite the figures 173. On
the wall opposite tiic mantel were
the names 'J'ink'' and ''Gaverick."
At an curly hour the rooms were
thronged by the invited guests, and then
occurred the event of the evening. Messrs.
O'Lathron and Hambrick. of . the express
office, carried into the parlor an easel; Mr.
Mr. N. Darker and Willie Pink followed
bearing between them a burden, coveted
with drapery, and Mr. Coyle, third in the
procession, held in bis hand an exquisite
lxjuquet of many-hucd flowers. When all
was arranged, Mr.Oberly, in a brief speech,
made in behalf of the employes of the ex
press office here, presented what proved to
be an oil portrait of Mr. Pink, painted by
Prof. Saunders. Mr. Pink was taken en
tirely by surprise, and made a feeling re
sponse. Owing to the illness jiif Rev. Dillon-Lee,
the ceremony of the silver wedding was
not performed, much to the regret of Mr.
and Mrs. Pink and the assembled guests.
Elegant refreshments were then served,
ami dancing followed.
Letters of regret were received fnun
J. C. Warren, Jackson, Teiin.; ('. II. Al
bright and C. ('. Anderson, of St. Louis,
Mo.j A. II. and ('. M. Nunneinacher, of
Paducah, Ky.; Rector Dillon-Lee; Ja.s.
Johnson and others.
Among the piesents were a silver goblet
ami flowers from Mr, and Mrs, Win. 1J.
Gilltert; silver bouquet holder, Mr.und Mrs.
Henry llalliday; silver flower stand, Mrs.
Wood Rittenhouse; Col. S. S. and Mrs.
Taylor, silver and gold berry spoon : A. II.
and C. M. Nutineinacher, set of silver
knives; Mr. and Mrs, (laligher, elegant
card receiver; John Horn, syrup stand; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Marncll. butter dish and
knife; J. Ilisey Woodward, butter dirb;
Rob't Wo xl ward, fish knife; Mr. nnd Mrs.
(,'. T. Rudd, crumb knife; Mr. and Mrs.
John Jones, spoon holder; Messrs. and Mad
dams Tuber, set of silver filagree Jewelry;
( apt. and Mis. W. P. llalliday, beautiful
glass-lined fruit dish; Dr. and Mrs. II,
Wardner, pickle stand and fork; Mr. A.
M. Kufford, half doen lily-leaf individual
salts; Mr. ltosswell Miller, cake basket;
Mr, and Mrs, Henry H. Candee, pickle
stand and toie'M; Mr. Iouis lti"s, cake
basket; Mr, Walter Hyslop, napkin rings
mid indh'.dual salts attached.
I will sell on easy terms my farm sit
uated in l'ulnnkl county, containing One
Hundred nnd Sixty Ai re in cultivation,
good Improvement, In all respects; situated
three miles northeast of Caledonia.
For Information, apply to John Hngan.
find There Cme Down Faint the Mountain! of
lli-p-ldam Kill Auo.her M: u-the Father of the
Trim A I'hiln Man. wllh Plnlu Fac , Giveo ma
1'lain W ay in 1'luiu L.njuae-A Feat of Fun. J
In point of numbers the meet'nj at the
club room last niht was nn improvement
on the two preceding gather' tgs, and in
dicated that when the elements are not un
favorable there is no flagging in interest of
thiKe wbohave the temperance cause at heart.
Before the formal opening of the meet
ing, "nold the Fort" and hymns 14 and 8
were given, Mr. W. F. McKee conducting
the musical exercises, with Miss Emma
James at the organ.
The quartcite, "Save the ry," by Mrs.
Stansbury, Miss Hattie McKee, Mr. W. F.
McKee and Col. Wd followed, and its
rendition was applauded by the audience.
Vice-President Wright announced the
opening of the meeting, and called upon
Rev. Mr. Morrison to pray. That gentle
man responded in a brief effort.
Mr. Wright announced that there would
be a business meeting one week fnun next
Tuesday and that the members of the Cold
Water Army were expected to be at the
club-room this afternoon by half-past three
Secretary Hawkins then read a communi
cation from the Mystic Krew inviting the
Reform Club as a ldy to join with them
in celebrating the Fourth.
The matter gave rise to some discussioi ,
participated in by Messrs. P. W. Barclay,
Hawkins, llely and Roljerts. Finally Mr.
Hawk'ns made a motion that the receipt
of the communication Ie acknowledged,
and while tendering to the Krew the best
wishes of the Club for their success, it is
deemed inexpedient to accept the invitation.
This was adopted.
Mr. Wright then introduced Rev. Mr. Fly.
The card of the evenmg.
But unlike Brother Ferguson, the rever
end genth m in's reputation as an orator was
not heralded with any loud flourish of
trumpets; if it had been, and the truth told,
a twenty-acre field would not afford room
for his listeners. He was supposed to ad
dress himself to the subject of temperance,
but that was quickly subordinated and soon
entirely lost sight of in a contempla
tion of the plainness of Fly, of
Fly's virtues and Fly's failings. At
intervals he would suddenly jerk
himself back to the rock of temperance,
dwell ther"on a minute, und then fly to
Ilepsidam and to Fly. lie is unique. Ik
stands out a bold, solitary figure in the
realms of oratory; without intending it, he
is the soul of burlesque; his flights of elo-
quence would mve a cynic to mirth and
nn ordinary mortal to the laughter of tours.
His apostrophe to the "beautiful, tall flow
er, that stood where!" his delicate ref
erence to that kind of a lb-psidam animal
that required boring; the ancient and famil
iar character of his anecdotes; his visit to
our beautiful city, which he "was already
aware was surrounded by water," were all
gems in their way.
In opening his remarks he alluded to the
army of temperance orator.-:, t ha found
scattered in every village and hamlet in the
land: how highly favored we, of the
bcautiiV. city of Cairo, had b .-en in this re
spect: he did not propose to say yr.ything
new, and then entered into a disqtisition on
newness in general, bringing Solomon and
the sun in to res.-ue himself from an
awkward illustration; he apologized for in
dulging in a few ninaiks about Fly: he
next laid down the original pro
position that intemperance was productive
of ignorance and vice; passing from this,
In; asked his hearers if they knew what a
minature hell was, and proceeded to apolo
gize for being a plain man of plain talk;
for said the speaker, "I was rained in Mis
sissippi, and I reckon you know that those
people have a habit of talking plain ;" after
elucidating hell, he gave his experience on
a journey to a conference in Tennessee;
how he had fallen in with a lot
of fellows who loved the "critter;" how
the subject of the Beeelier scandal eain
Up: anl how those fellows had said that all
preachers should be hung by the neck; our
Fly attributed this expression of opinion to
the Use of bad whisky: from this he went
on to allude to the Ilepsidain orators, and
denied any intention of boring his auditors;
but there was a kind of an animal that
needed boring, he said; his flow of lan
guage and plainness seemed to fail hint
lure, for he evidently meant something else
and felt a delicacy about saying it:
he then conveyed th superfluous informa
tion that he was a Republican, He hoped
"the banner of liberty would wave over the
people of this country, and
"LM.H may it wave
i M-r tlie land or Inertia!
And tin: home of the bruvu."
This fairly thrilled the audience. He
then recited the venerable anecdote of the
farmers, the ditch, the lawyers and the two
fat geese. He was a plain man, he said,
and didn't want any laurels for speaking,
und both the audience and himself were
unanimous on this point; he next at
tempted to relate, the "Belling of the
Cat" falih' from .Ksop; he compared thecoii-
1 it i ii of llinklevllle now to what it wan
two years ago when "doggeries" were
permitted to run; The Bible oji drinking
came in for an analysis at the hands of the
gentleman, and he concluded his talk on
this point by saving that mons
ters who used winij were a
curse to any community. He iiil'iinncd 1 1 im
auditors that he had hcai'dof two Irishmen,
and he suppos e) that they had heard ol the
same, and repeated the ancient story of
Paul, Timothy and the stomach; he ndviVd
his hearers to look around them
to-day and notice tho, o who limped
that is those whom he had
made feel had by tho weight of his re
marks; the leautiful, tall flower on the
levee, in front of a saloon j the emblematic
character of g. een ; were gone over in his
peculiar s.le; he was not a politician lie
said ; he wanted no office ; ho was a pxr,
little, simple, Methodist preacher; he spoke
of that dark day when a Uo whisky-vender
came near tapping his precious head, and
dropped again on the peak of Ilepsidam,
where he alluded to the mourning of the
whang-doodle. This brought down the
house it was put so uptly nnd grace
fully. We have given enough of our
orator's tflbrt to enable the render to
form an idea of what kind of a treat the
people at the Club enjoyed last night. The
merrinieni throughout was unbounded, and
if the reverend gentleman did no harm to
the cause of temperance, he certainly did it
no good. It is time the Flys of
of temperance should be permitted to gnaw
their files in the quiet of their rural Hepsi
dams. Tle y are becoming monotonous.
Many of our citizens unite in proclaim
ing Dr. Bull's Blixxl Mixture the most won
derful invlgoiunt that ever sustained the
THE LORETTO ACADEMY.
Prosrammo of Exerclae YeMerdar. A I.aigt
oatnenu!; aim au imereguiiibuieriaiDmeui.j
The closing exercises of tho annual com
mencement of tho Loretto Academy took
place yesterday afternoon in the hull
of the convent, in the presence of a large
audience. For some time before the hour
announced for the opening, knots of the
pupils and fiiends of the school were scat
tered throughout the beautiful grounds, en
. . , . , .
joying the shade trees, grass plots ami
flower-beds. The exercises began at
two o'clock, and the programme as publish
ed below was carried out without impor
tant exceptions. All the scholars acquitted
themselves creditably in the tasks assigned
tnem; and there were some really excellent
i flbrts. notably the salutatory by Miss Hattie
Hearden humorous, well-written nnd well-
delivered tho reading of Miss Katie Hea-
ly and the matter of Mi.vs Flora Morford's
essay. I lie mak gues were all capital, ami
the children entered fully into the sport of
them. Those competent to judge speak
h'ghlyof the musical exercises, while the
dramatic features of the programme added
to the interest of the entertainment. Father
Zabel, near the close of the exercises, pre
sented the prize medal L'old, of verv
handsome design to Miss Katie Henley,
and that young lady delivered a touching
farewell address. The following was the
Entrance (ir.md Ynn ....Mie II. Kcurdeii and
.Salutatory .Mlm Itiutlc (eurd-n.
CKOWN's OF IlONOli.
AWjUJlKD TO MIK4 KATHC I1KALV ANU fUHi
yn UK' 111 I).
rorouiiilou C'horni Py Little Olrln.
Les Jeanej Virlilo" Tr'o Mle- ('. Bauheii.
-V. Smiili hi:iI M. Hawl.iiiH
Why do Summer Ko'c'Fuili Voeal..M!H K. Ilenly.
Noire Dame Walt;; !)uet. . , Miases A. I.nnurh'aii und
I lll.M.OrlUB I
M. ( oili-r. .1. I .ill '1 . K (.Ivan. M. Mornn. 11 YuWy,
1! Mj.IiIc-p. W. Vh:i.i.-II nad F. Wull..
Mn-ic and 1 1 -j r i -! . r Sun-j slolut Mi
lliii.ic ileurili ii.
Kurek I'eifunm-dliy M' F. Morford . . .C'liorun
by o M Clio'',
i-rle et Dciit'.-iiiM- lui.-t. ...MUm M. Hauler nul
A. Hun. ir.
Tlu rf' Sure to b; a Wav.... Suuu' by Yornl (.,lu',
aei oaiuii.i-u ay .Mi" A. Lnueriau.
i Tn e WiTtii or Ko-Ksnnci l
I.otlie Ml Kali' Ileal.
l'iuiite- of linv -lit i n Minn cinru Itmiulieii.
Ilnrilm MI'H May llnwklii..
(ireti li-n .Mi. Annie Hunter.
Mni'iime l'!uniM-r Ml' IMxie Hush,
Mi'i,iine .in ker Mi .Minnie U'Mirj.
.Murtiiiae Seiiimel Mim Tubpiie.'.
Ciimicn ort.'ioi.iiiiKS II. Tnnm r. S. Mi Munui". I-..
WuNh. .l iliuiilirii k. C i.p aney. .I.l lanc y, r.
(iuvir. N. Mc( iirlliv, .1. I.earv, K. (llvnu. II,
l rolinii, i', W'ooil". M. Klli-v. ,' Nuii'.'htoii. M.
( aln. K. II.e.'Hii. .1, Mm k, li. Mi Denaott, K. Liil-
Ion aud II. Foley.
Moektnit Ilird-Trlo Mi II. H.-nnl.-n.
A. Loiii raa uad A. Huuier.
TbeCIr i k ly Llllle (ilrlK.
Meilley i)uet AIlfN.-n lii-arili.ii iiml Loiieraii.
Sladumo' They iiy'-()rl','liiiil ...,MUf I". Morford.
(Cl lllocil NoTloNil.)
MUi-i f i:. Law. .1. O'Shon. M. Smith. M. I.enry,
Miiliiiliun, r.. iiiiruy.
Uonilo Trio Vl-." II. Jae. kel, M Mu-
p-u uml S. .Me Muiiux.
(iflli'.er'n Funeral (Vo'-nl Soioi. MIhh Flora Morford.
(iumie Waltz Mlce 11. lliiuu uad J. hmllli.
(Scikni'K AM) llia.i.Ki I.i:tti:i:.)
Vallifia:ilii-i. MifH llrlilu"-! I l.'iiiu'lilla.
I'iM-ln1 .Ml- Mollli' liiiiaiiin.
Ini.Viriiilinii .....Ml- I'liira Smitii.
Seleliee Mi- Mollle lluiili-r
An Mi I tilia O'SIk-ii.
Ki-i-li oi Mli- ill inn l.elil'-li.
'1'io-le M i -f F.miim lllrkev.
KeuMia Mi- Mliinlu U'Mien.
I'u-tie. Heel uad I'olHio -i' tie! YVeemd Trio
MieB ('. Siailli. 1-:. W'.il-h iihd T. SVnWi.
Old I'm le Hun -Snii, and I'lionn I'l-rfiiriiH'd hv
MIH A. Iliinlc-r.
Aufdeii lli-r-n b bl mini fmli Ina-i MUc..
Loin i.'iiii and II. .'.-:iiib a.
Itulnx of Tine'.... .-,,r;l M,,rr,,ri,
llillll'-liee of Woman Ml-- K :i t ll- ule.
Im llii-ru room unions the it - -Snl.i mid ( iin.
ril. . . . I'l'llnrilp il liy M. M:l;:i-e.
Piik Redouble. "Trbi Mir II. I)'l,iiiil,in iiinl
II. and K. Ib-M-dea,
KliaUllitf ol l!ie In ml - Solo nnd (hunt. . . . Hv ,J:i
Ulle S'ol-ll I III...
liuil.iiK.,..M!i--i-r R. i,,irv. II. Rninleaiuid F. j:r
MKDAI. OF Sfl'l-:i!(ilt I.ITKRAItV MKIMT.
A'-, oii'i.ii io Mi-m Kuii: IIk.u.).
l'nreiMill Ai,r,-rH V, Kut If ll".ilv.
S"H Were coni'luili'i
inir;iol,i;MS Sl.M NIiRV.
."Irs. J.ettie Coleman llts ieun'iieil lur
lallmliy on Fourth sheet, lietween Wash
iii;;ton ami O inMieici.il avenues, anil tal(es
lliis nn-t im. I of inl'iiniiin;,' her old iVieinls
iiinl iati'n:is that she is a;,'iiin at their hit
vies, anil solicits tla-ir patninaoe, r-he
hus rediifed prices to yuit i'lt. time.
milE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
mim DEDUCED TO S3 PElt DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, excepting Front Itoomi and Ituoma with Dath.
ItOOMS WITHOUT HOARD, 81 TO 82 Ij;u DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
gUKEKA! EUREKA ! !
A Substitute for life Insurance Companies.
Widows' aad OiiriiAxs' Mutual Aid Society
Organized July 4. 1;T. uudi r t!ie U of the Stntc cf Illiiail. foi'yrlj'hted Ju'r !(, 1-CT. uud.-r a:t ol
N. B. THISTLEWDOD, I'lthMDKNT.
MILS. P. A.TAYLOi:. u r. I'p.i.sidlnt. .1. A. GoI.DSTINK. TiiKAsntEit.
DH. J. J. GORDON, Mki.icw. Aiimk. THOMAS LEWIS, Skcuetahy.
liOAHD OF MANAGEHS.
MI!S. P. a. TAVl.on,
N. II. THISTI.LWOOI),
J. J. GOlttJON,
.1. A. GOI.TINF.,
MILS. S. A. AYIthS,
tSTFor pnrti( alum iiniilre ct the office, comer Seu
pry (ioobs. irrr.
Tho largest wholesale anil retail Dry
(iwxU anil Clothing House in this City ;
art' receiving new Goods daily and are
oll'e. ing great harirains in thciiiot liand
xoiiie lines of CAKI'KTS, OIL CLOTlls
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashnicres, Lou
rettes, and a arrcat many other new
styles of Dres Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their husi
ness, thoy cordially invite tlio public
u call and see their stock.
rHOI'UIETOIl OF SI'HOAT'S I'ATENT
ICE I1V THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car I.,oads n Specialty,
f ) j-' I c J1'. :
I'oi'.Twdi'tli Street and Levee,
CK! ICK! ICK!
J A C 0 15 K L K E
Ih now I'reuireil
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
'm ;: ami In; Hot sR at tiik Citv llintwrntv.
I cti! Ico! Jens!
yoCUM t SEK1MAX,
I CORN Kit LlOll'l II STR KIT, CAIRO. II.l.I.MMS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICK!
NOT HNO V !
At Hie rorll"!' of Kli'lil "Irei'l mid Ohio I.evee, tvn
in w m-rhrireil In Mil iirili-m fur tilll'ii Riilm le" III
iv.i.iniiibiM pro , nad In iiuiialle ol from ten
I ml" in i r loud Inii' ninl will uuiiiiinieu to curry
our eiiliiaii' thruilKh llu' seunoli. I.eutu iitderM at
the old iliuid. , v
M1IS. K. f. FOKD.
C I). AVI1KS.
- uth lr-'t t and Commercial avenuo. Wlnteni' blf .
(illOt KUS AMI :0JI MISSION MKR( HANTS.
STKATTOX Jc J5IKI),
Y 1 1 ( ) l i: s a l k G u o c e i; s
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AG ENTS AMERICAN POWDER COMI" Y
T. Hum. Ml.rouri
GRAIN, FLOUR AND RAY.
lliu-hest Caxh Price Paid for Wheat.
Fiinnei's' Tobacco Waivliou.se
General Commission Merchants,
Noh. li nnd IJT f'oininer. I
ciul Avenue, )
I1IIKRAI. AdvMiirenients mude on t'(inslnmimti
j id Tohiii-eu, l-'lour und (intln.
IVy tona Canncl
Orders for Coal hy the ear-load, ton or
in lioifsheads for shl)iiiieiit iiromiitly at
tended to. To lanje consumers and all
manufacturers we are ircinreif to sup
jdy any iitiinlity,hy the inimtlior year,
at tiuifoini rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
IlOlltee eiintlmi-niiiiit. foot nrNllsh ntreeti nfin-e rr
IlllllldllV lll'lllliel's. lllilloi. I'M. llllirli" lloelel:
Kl'eillll'lll MI1K Teiil1.Sreel('0'll II Hump, loot
of l'lilrljf-el Mrl ollldnnv tr Cost ullleo ilnntor !W.
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