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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1878
T It. SMITH, J K, M.I).
Offlot and IMdi nre :
NO. 91 TI11HTKKNTU 8THKKT, CAIKO. 11,1,
Q W. DUN NINO, M.I.
Ofllr and Resilience :
OFFICE N. W. for. Sixth t.. war Ohio Levee,
UESUtKNcK Corner Wnlniit and Minn hwii,
R. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Omrr-Xo. IV, Commerdal Avenue, between
Eighth ud Miith Wrl.
11. W. C. JOCEI.YN,
OKFK E-Einhlh Street, near Commercial Avenue
P. W 1IEE LER,
OFFU'E-Ohio I.ev-e. bi t Fourth anil Slvth Ms.
JMNEGAR & LANSDEN,
A t torney.-a t-Lia v.
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
A X S 1' NT KM KX TS.
fWt are authorized lo annyunee H. C. LOF
LIN a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
uhjecl to the dei Uiwn of the people at the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Only Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Sir. sal OrnrE. (
CAIBf). III.. June 4!. iHT I
Time. liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
11:11" itJ '.is
8 p.m. ;i
3:4i" mm !
fiS NW 1 Clear.
77 4 9 Clear.
7 3'.i NW 10 Clear.
T"i NW 10 Clear.
Maximum Thermometer, e ; Minimum Ther
mometer, bl 3 ; lUiiifall. 0 0
JAMES M WATSON.
Serj't Signal Service, V. S. A.
Lose not thy own fr want of asking it!
Lose not your infant for want of Dr. Bull's
Raliy Syrup, which any druggist will sill
you for 25 cents a bottle.
C'aiho and St. Louis Rail Road. Mon
day June 24th. This 'lay only the through
mail ami expres will leave at 8:110 a. in.,
to accommodate the Masonic excursion.
R. J. Fine. Gen. Airt.
Pkkeil up In a Pay' Round Fact and Rumor'.
Mrs. Rees Dugan has gone to St. 1e.uis.
Corn, cucumbers and watermelons are
flourishing on both sides of the Narrow
Gauge in this county.
The largest train that ever passed
over the Narrow Gauge road came in yes
terday. It consisted of 20 cars.
Mr. Win. II. Morris lias so far recov
ered from his attack of rheumatism as to
he able to get out on the streets again.
Mr. Jake Ruth, who goes to Arkansas,
retires from the book-keeping department
of Goldstine Sc Rosonwuter, and Mr. W.
R. Hawkins takes his place.
There was n enthusiastic t mpcrancc
meeting at Olive Branch last Friday night.
Eleven persons signed the pledge, making
140 iii all. The dub is well organized, und
Prof. Towne, who led the music at the
State Sunday-school convention at Decatur,
lias .assured the association of Alexander
County of his intention to be present on
next Tuesday and Wednesday, to take
charge of the singing during the session of
the convention. He will probably use his
own book "Good Will."
Col. John (i. Ryan, brother of the gen
eral of that name butchered with others of
the Virginius crew by the brutal Burriol.
passed North Friday, en route to Chicago,
The prevalence of yellow fever on the
Southeastern coa-t of Cuba compelled lnin
to put oil" until fall the recovery of hi.;
The Pulaski County Republican ('(in
vention, held yesterday at Mound City, in
structed for il. H. Spencer for representa
tive. Thus. Ridgwuy for state treasurer, and
Ren Ukn for clerk of the appellate court.
The congressional delegation goes unin
Structed, though it is believed to be strong
Mr. Harmon Black lost a hat at the
meeting of the Odd Fellows Thursday
night, lie profited by the exchange, how
ever, at least so far as the j u : a 1 t y of the
hat is concerned, but nni'urtunatclv it is
two sizes too small. This information w ill
be advantageous to any gentleman who has
a hat twj si'-s too large for him.
The city election on the bonded in
debtedness (iii .stion :ik s p',!M.,. on Thurs
day next. In the I,,,.,,,,!;,,,,, it ,, ,M.
..tlggest' d by many who w.,u;, 1 lik,,,,, M,.
tne matter iiisi'Uss. .1 t!i ,t
be held Tuesday or Widn ,v ,,',
suggestion is a Sell-ihle
with general favor, Who
in 'i ts
Mr. L. N. Duffy who, for
years, has had charge of th
p'tst five 1
tue Minstis i ity Journal of Conmieree
J' ohm iimnim:.' .tun
, , ' -ne llllieii'lll llll-lll'ssi 1101, .is
take a sui.ila.' position in the 1;, ,N ,lf. ,ll,,1:i,.llflt , T, xWwi
lieo. An ncpiainlance extending over all ' place i u. Il(.w ..'i,,,. house. July LIh,
this penod would ju-tily 11. in sa;i,,g tlli;t . ,! will be (1!l, t. ditc t supervidon of
he has . superior and, outdde of Chi, ,,. , M,.,.r.. T. W. Haliidav, K. II. Cunning
t:. no e.,ual iu the Wi st n, a job printer. ', ham and So!, , silver." Tickets l
but we will let his work speak for itself.
Personally, ho is a clever, reliable young
gentleman, who will make hosts of friends
in his new home.
Mrs. MeNatnecdied at Tamaroa Friday
morning at ten o'clock. For some time be
fore her death her return to consciousness
and apparent jfreatly improved condition
seelned to indicate her ultimate recovery.
Indeed, so far had this belief gone, that an
hour before her death preparations
were in progress for her removal
to Anna by that day's train. A gentleman
of Anna, acquainted with the McNamoe
family and conversant with the details of
the tragic scandal, informs us that had Mrs.
McNamce lived, she would have enlight
ened the public as to all its details. She
was restrained, so no says, by the fear that
by so doing she might have involved her
husband, while he was still alive, in further
The follow ing is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the postotliee at Cairo,
on Saturday evening, June 22. 178:
Anderson Mary; Rams Carrie; Boothby M. j
J.; Frost Marv; Filsun Jennie; Hays Mary; !
James Winnie; I.vnch Lizie: Lawrence
Katie; Molton Ella: O'Dounell Maggie:
Riley Fannie; Roberts Helen ;SuhkttO. L.;
Sams Lucy; Sullivan Lucy; Summer A.:
Baumgartcn J.; Burger J. W.; Barrett T.O.;
Burke Tobias; Bruckner S. S.: Clan Jno.;
Creighton M.; Davis J. H.;Erthouse J. P.:
Edwards R. C; Fowler S. N.; Fallahee
Thomas; Gregg A. F.; Callahan Patrick:
Grillin James; Harris William:
Isaacs Nick; Johnson H. F.; Jackson Jas.;
King R. M.: Kuight S.: Lewis Jas.; Mc
Conib A. S.; Mason ('has. A.: MaverG. F.:
McCarty Harry: Murphy I.: Mix John;
Mahar, J.C.; MeCandl.ss. Win.; Maxwell
W. W.; Owens Tims. R.; Pern- Nelson;
Powers Mike; Riiev D.ivR.tenbaugh J.H.;
Rales J. G.: Roger-G. M.: Reynolds R.-c-
tor; Ham! to . M : stapclton Dennis:
Senlield W. 0.: Th'.u.strop Wm.; Willard
C. R.; Worrell G.W.: Winlield John; Wil
liamson Win. M.
The most r - r.-ible position in a
family is that of t'i nurse, and a good
nurse never fails to recommend Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup to the parents of fretful or
sick! v children. Pi ice 25 cents.
Tue grandest thing out is the St. Louis
excursion, next Thutvl iv. June 27.
- Wantf.h A good cook, and also a nurse
girl. Apply to Mrs. R. W. Miller. Seventh
Go and see the large arrival of new-
goods at the lowest prices ever seen at
Stuart's popular Dry Goods Jlmse,
Attention Rot,, us: Tlere will lie a
special meeting of the Rough and Ready
rire Company on to-morrow (Mondavi
evening, June 24th. A full attendance
the members is requested.
ClI.Utl.KS CUNNINOH M. S eietarv.
Monday morning, June 21th, I will offer
full lines of .Muslins, Shootings Towlings,
Tickings, Table Linens and Napkins, which
I have ju.t received from the recent large
peremptory Dry Goods sales in New York.
We are determined that the people in Cairo
will receive all the li-intit-, which the
market for Dry Goods offers. A visit of in
spettion is solicited.
Stc.mit. Eighth Street.
A Ju-tidiilifu Comtiialiil Cood -Nutiiredlv S"t Kerili
The I.aieiiei of the Aiiearnei; of Tiil li' i.. j
We have received the following:
Ma. liiit:iu.v:-". word to th s" j. .,(ilr,iit."
Tan Ihtitn h. not -any ,.,l2 thi. ,,ek - j
liiiule It niieamiieii on Seventh n -, i t-f.,re 7 I
o'eloi k In the nuiriiliu'. My e.i.e . ;y ,. f
mini)' my "illy lime tu r eel It I ) -t w n ix and
NeVen. II it I' lint ell till!'' I It III I !lle le ,,
'til noon or eveiiliiund Unit l 11 1 l.-,i-t a.'.'r.n.iiin-.
I rise at 11 o'eliK k fur no other imri iii.m to p
the tiiornliu; ;ilier liefure hreukl tst. iiiel I Inw. i,r
late, lieen sev.T"lv e-ril''M'il III M.llijliJ. W.lit.li.'.
waiting fortliecurrler. No won't va id. -i.e lo r, v
It up a little Iii fiiiure and you will nut on;,' merit j
and reel Ive tlie tiles. In's ol in iliv s!lp 1 ri'e r lint '
will cuve any pii"ilie r duetlun In iiiin,',,-!.
Mm lily Thine. (1. (
SevETll STiir.t.T, June 'jot i.
N. II.--Don I let me have Inrile r 1. in-" f. .r m-
sin' if you din prevent It-ltl t Injary my
physii iil sy-ti in-fur I ion etio. to ii.e ,,
Chri"llun man leMilil. Iml ym r.-'ti-m!e-r "He '
n pnliil tievniid will, a virtue ( . 01 l,e u 1
Ity, etc," Will -nil the r ! nt ;i r,il :re time.
We acknowledge the justice and lon e ,,f
itir correspondent's complaint; but plead
in extenuation that since Tin, IJi i.i.i iin re
verted to us we have be ' l:ifo tlt.it ill
our preRma!i. Negotiations have hern
pending with 11 gentleman who do's not
skate or play base ball to fake charge of
our presses, and we look for him 0:1 Tic s.
.lay or Wednesday next. Until that time
we must throw ourselves on the indulg 'le e
of our subscribers,
Gltl'.AT bargains in While Pii.uos, Vic
toria Lawns, Jaconets, Hamburg Edging.,
etc., just received from the recent great
sales iu New York. Siu.ucr.r.ight street.
Mil, D. I'. KlNo, the great I'Xclll Mollis),
has rrangi'd a nip to St. I.ntii- and return
for ijU.5'1. For inform, ,ti ii.juir, at R.
F. I'.ll'kel'.- Hook Mol'e,
OlIVND l(M , -Tickets for til" rallle of
le Hile i'i:ian engine house and Iwo lots
ipropi ity worth overlive hundred dollatsi 1
ne. . . . . I '..r ,.,,, ,,,,,1 , I , , , I ,,('
llic III ' i fs n ( he cclinialiv. rickets lire 11 .11
,'.,i. ... .Kit'. t I...' 1...,
THE DOOMED MAN.-
HARRISON BIRKLOW MAKES
A HEVIEW OK II IS FHESF.NT CONDITION' AND
(IK THE CIKti'MSTANC'ES CAHUYINO HIM
TO THE 0 ALLOWS HOW HE LOOKS AND
A Bulletin reporter paid another visit
to Burklow iu his cell yesterday. He was
found lying in his bunk, attempting to
read by the imperfect light that entered his
cell through an opening aUmt afoot square,
down which ran heavy circular iron bars.
Re wore spectacles, and his only apparel
were trow sers and a shirt of cotton print.
Since the news of his fate wa
broken to him, he has undergone
a remarkable change. Then he appeared
strong and healthy; now his flesh hangs
loose itiii him. aud his attenuated frame
aud dull, sunken eyes attest the lo-s of
sleep and appetite. His wife and child,
whom he expected last week, have not yet
arrived, and this adds to the misery of hjs
feeling. He believes himself to be utterly
i deserted without a friend upon earth, and
I has abandoned all hope. By a letter re
ceived from the sheriff of Johnson county,
he is informed that he will not lie taken to
Vienna until a couple of days previous to his
execution. When asked if any of the clergy
had as yet called upon him. he replied in
the negative, coupling it with an expression
of some surprise for, said he, they at least
console us to the last. He was anxious
to have the information conveyed to them
that ho would be happy to rec ive their
visits, and knew they would give him con
solation. The following communication
was sent us on Friday, but our space did
not permit of it publication yesterday:
CAino. Iu.'., June SI. 1ST8.
i To the Editor of The Cairo Bulletin:
With your leave I w ill try and explain
my situation and my feeling iu my trouble.
As I have but a short thin.' to live, only
two weeks from this day, I wish to solicit
the sympathy that is due my wife, and my
I little girl who is oi.lv in her
.sixth year. I hope the people
of Southern Illinois will not look
upon it as a stain upon my wife and child
Wans-.' of my fate. My wife is of a good
family :tf Jackson county, Illinois. In re
gard to myself, I have always had a very
hard time to m ike a living, my father hav
ing died when I was only seven years old,
leaving my mother with a family of five
children, all girls but myself. We wire
in destitute c ireiiinstances. I have always
worked hard to make an hom-st living, and
I am very cot. tidi nt ,there is not a man liv
ing who will say he ever knew me to try to
defraud or sw indle anybody out of their
just dues. I never got anything only what
1 worked hard for, for that is the only way
1 had to make a living. In regard to the
trouble for which I havn todi". I jiade a
statement a week ago. winch is my dying
decimation, for it is the truth. But there
are some few who have sought to take my
life, and tlut from the commencement, lin,
they have accomplished their ends. If
I had been such a dcpi-udu, it
seems I Would have tried to make my cs
cape, for any man who commits a cold
blooded murder certainly would try to get
away. I had plenty of time to go, but I
I went home ami changed my eh. 'lies an d
staneii iiown town aim met i ii' ii, wlo w:is
an acting officer, and Wi!li..in Morgan;
they a-ked Hie if I would give up. I said I
had started to tie-Ju.stiee for that purpose,
Now, I don't sav I was altogether right, but
ni, .., . ;,.,.,.. ,,. W()u(1 ,l;,v,.
T .. . , ." ., , , ,
'M- " ""1 1 h .V,' Icon le t-
t-T for me to have li lt the pl.ic, But it is
.., .',,,. ;l ,,, t,, ,.. V(, ,. .,.,,.,. wl,,.n.
I his home is without ji-t cause, because
1 another maii demands it. When I die I
j shall die wiiii a clear conscience, but had I
1 killed him in coid b! I, ii is charged. 1
le'Ver con:. nave IH-'I .-a: i-ued. ,ii'l 1
n:.i sati-t'ed t!,at had 1 Hot kill"d him he'
11 1 i.ro 1.1:, C....1 .. :r ''
,moi u.i,' ri. o lie , niei iiim le.i i ui
come to light sifter I am dead, for it is sure j
to coiiie i ut aiVr nu hile,
people who knew how' III
Tlcre are some
laluilv and IllV- 1
self were treated, I, ut they withheld what
1 1 1 v did know in in v favor. I have no
hard feeling- i.g.iin-t any jiefsoii, for they
will have to account to a higher court
then the one I was tried by. I don t
blallie the judge or jury for convict-
i;i:,' me. bm the verdict was unjust, I say
v Icn my lit i-taken it will be murder 111
tie- 'nt d -gr (. Now, I hope the people
will endeavor to lind out after I am gone
all about tlie loader, -o as to L'ive .ymimthv
und conit'oit to my wife and child, for it i
hard enough to have i clie wrongfully,
w ithout know ing that my faiiiily afier me
willaillf-T. Ha! a a dying declaration the
s)aei,et i,i id" a week ago i true. I
was! urn in Graves coiiiity, Ivy., November
'.', 1 ;!'.'; emigi it' d to John-oii cotinly, Illi
nois, in D.i'lioMi. IsCI, iid have lived
ever sine in . I 'hii-oii, Pulaski nnd Alexaii-
der eouioie., v.iih the 1 i "iti'ni of one
year iii Jack -uii. 'win re I w. is married. I
have been kliiOMl by some of tl 1 1 st set-
tiers nf .I-il.ii-' 111 c.unly for thirty odd year,
for instance F.J. ( hapmau. S. Ife-s, J.
It. Chapman, A. .1. Kink' i.'
Pierc", and nuin toii-oihe, cie
oeltli I' toe'.' 1, :,r el,v neill will -'H tliee i
knew lie to s or li'olto l.ik ' lie' lite ol
any man, or Men Ihrealen to kill any one.
i .My liiolto wi.s o setiie my ddlo'iilties
ill sotne 11I li-r way than by tie' faking
of li!'.), Nov,, in conclusion, 1 nm
at ieffec icace with all mankind, Mid I
j hope no pels ',! h:, nay had fe' liag tow itrd
me. We have all to die sooner or later, and
we must bear it as best wo can. I think my
death, under the circumstances, to bo one of
the most unjust things that could happen,
but I have learnt to try and put up with
what fate, has alloted to me. When a man
is dead, it is all over, and I put my trust in
God for my peace hereafter. I give my
good wishes to the citizens of Cairo; also
to Mr. Miller, the jailor, and his family, for
they have treated mo with a kindness a
prisoner has no right to expect. I wish
them peace and happiness.
A. II. Bi'kki.ow, Doomed Man.
Coi ntuy life, fresh air, ami bathing are
very well, but if you want to cleanse your
system thoroughly use a few bottles of
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
Exci itsn in Train for Vienna this morn
ing, w ill leave Cairo at ! a.m., stopping for
passengers at 18th and 28th streets.
ODD FELLOWS' DEDICATION
OK VIENNA CEMETEIIV, SUNDAY, JUNK 2.'!l.
A special train will leave Cairo, from
Cairo and Vineennes railroad depot, at '.ta.ui.
reaching Vienna at 10:4 j a.m., returning at
:j :M p. in.
hound TKir tickets $1.00.
For sale at Fourth street depot, and by L.
B. Church, passenger agent. Children un
der fourteen years, half fare.
F. A. Mil. i. Kit,
Gell'l Passenger Agent.
Parasols, Paiiasols. Seethe following
reduction in Parasols at Stuart's Popular
Dry Goods House:
fD 00 Parasols reduced to 0 50
7 50 Parasols reduced to 5 00
5 00 Parasols reduced to tl 50
4 00 Parasols reduced to 8 00
:) 00 Parasols reduced to 2 00
2 00 Parasols reduced to 1 50
These are genuine reductions made with
a view of closing the season.
C. R. Stuaiit. Eighth Street.
AN UNFORTUNATE AFFAIR AT
MOUND CITY, FRIDAY NIGHT.
SENSATIONAL SToIUES OF the difficulty
liETWKEN THAT (iENTI.EMAN AND Mil. .1. II.
ZANONI THE AFFAIK LIKELY TO OO INTO
THE COI KTS AT ONCE.
The friends of Dr. N. R. Casey, of Mound
City, were shocked yesterday by the news
that he had been seriously wounded by a
pistol shot fired by J. B. Zammi. Many
sensational stories of the cause of the alter
cation wen; given stories that could not
be traced to any reliable suture. A re
porter of The Bulletin visited Mound
City yesterday aftenvton to ascertain the
truth of the affair, but returned with no
more definite information than he laid
before he left Cairo. From Dr. Casey's
friends he learned that tfie doctor was the
victim of a combination of circumstances
leading Mr. Zaiionie into a belief that
angered him and induced him to make the
attack that resulted in the serious injuries
the doctor is now suffering from; but from
all parties of any information con
cerning the matter, it appears
that Mr. Zanonic's pistol was
discharged bv accident while Doctor
Casey was attempting to get it from hit:
liy giving tin: floating rumors we might do
injustice to both parties, und would be sure
to greatly injure one or the other. This
we do not wish to do; and as tne affair is
to be investigated at once by a court, we
refrain from a detailed statement of the
reports about the serious diflietilty in which
these gentlemen have become involved.
When tiie evidence is given in due form it
shall all find a place in our columns. Mr.
Zanonic's pistol a single-barreled one
was loaded with shot, and the charge was
lodged iu the doctor's right leg above the
knee. The wound is serious but it is Imped
not fatal. Dr. Wardner dre-sed it and made
u 'r''r ,H 'omtortaiile as po-siltle 1111-
.1. . .1 . . : -vr.. . 1 .
' '" 'onsouiccs. .-us. i iisry, who
is very ill, was much alfected by the news
of the accident, and it is feared that, if she
should h arn how serious it is, the iuforma-
tion might break her down completely and
have a fatal result.
I will sell on easy terms my farm sit-
; nateu in imiiiski county, containing une
1 llundreil ami Sixty Acres in cultivation,
j g'""l improvement,, in all respects; situated
! three miles northeast of Caledonia.
For infoniiatlon, apply to John Hogan.
'I'n ki.'is for the Si, Louis excursion for
- i!e at R. F. Parker's 1! 10k Store for $1.50
Doos, Duos. I will cominence on July
1st. mid continue until January )'., to
! imponml and destroy nil dogs within the
j city limits that are not properly tagged,
j Owners of does for information can read
chapter 1 I, s ( lions 1 1, 15, Hi, 1 7 aud X, of
1 the city ordinances, -also sections ,'(! and '..'7
I of chapter M. Checks will be fiii'iiMu-d by
! npplv ing nt Police heiidijuai'tets, from lids
, date. (', D.,Airi i.ii. City Marshal.
June vl, b71
s.i"KEiis if yon wish a flic ''Key Wot'
or "Import"'!' cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
eigur store, It is the only place in the city
alim-.t daily in rcceijit of fresh goods.
Tin fruit cans at A. Hal iey's. both whole
lie and retail, id bottom prices.
rjniLE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
TREMO NT HOUSE
' ,1 ' ' 1 VI
.-7-.. . J ! ...I L?i;?jA.i
A ? ; "'-"sips mix ?r&wsi&
PJtlCES IIEDUCEI) TO 3 PER DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, exeeitlna Front Uooma and Itoomi with Balh.
ROOMS WITHOUT JiOAUD, 81 TO 82 WM DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
jUKEKA ! i:UHEKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' and Orphans' Mutual Aid Society
OrjanUed July . under the law of the State
OFI'MCK Its :
N. B. THI'LEWOUD, Piiemi.knt.
MRS. P.A.TAYLOR. Vice President. J. A. (JOLDSTIXE, TheasUiieii.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Medical AiAisoit. THOMAS LEWIS, Seciietauy.
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
MISS. I'. A. TAYI.nll,
N. II. THISTLEWlKU),
MISS KATE L. YlX l M.
J. J. GOLHON.
J. A. OOI.HSTINE,
MKS. S. A. AYKES,
ti!For part lull urc imiuire at the omce, nirtxr Seventh ctreet and Cummereial avenne. Winter'' lilo, W.
DHY 00" IDS. ETC.
The Lirsrest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clolliing II011.se in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily ami are
oflcriiig ymit bargains in t he most hand
some lines of CA I! PETS, OIL CLOTHS
ami MATTINGS: silks. Cashmeres, Loti-
lettes, and a trreat many oilier new
styles of Dros Goods Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their hui-
ness, they cordially invite the public
0 call and see their stock.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Ui;n. iterator Cars,
Wholesale Dealer iu Ice
ICE BY THE CA R LOA I) oil TON. WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o J-' 1 ( ' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
J a con K LEK
Is now Prepared
To Fill Orders Wholesale or Retail, at
'O'll' i: AMI IlB llot'SK AT TUB UlTV lillKWCIIV.
I co I I co I let; 1
NO! ITI I LRN" ICl,
C'ldtMClt I'UdlTII STIIEET, CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
N OT ISXOW !
At the curlier or Kl'.'lil el rent and Ohio Lev we
lire nee. piepru'eil tu till ih'iIiTh for pure Lake lee nt
leiisiiiialile pi le. and In iiteuilie ot rutin ten
piiumi- to ear load lois ami will KUiininlee to furry
ear 11; 'toine through tlie neamin, Leave orders lit
the old rland,
YOCfM J. SF.imiAN.
. . 7 1
of llliiml. Ci'liyrfhled July ft. Is", underact of
JtllS. E. C. FOIIU,
8. It. AYKES,
I.KOCF.US AND '0MMISIOX MEKCII.VXK
Sl'IiATTON fc V,UU),
WlIOLESA LE dnOCEKS
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN I'OWDERCOMP'Y
'A ST"ATri:: T. iinu.. Mi..ur
j A J j j DA Y HIlOTJl KKS
(iRAIN, I'LOl'R AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price Paid for V heat.
1 1 INKLE, TIIISTEEWOOI)
Farmers' Toliurco Warelioiise
(reiieral Coniinissioii Merchants,
Nets, l'.'.'i nnd I'.T Comnier- I I , , ,,, . T r r
ciml Avenue. 1 VAII.O, JLL.
I I II K HAL Advancements made on ConiUMinietit.
J of Tohaecii, lliniriMid '.ruin.
Onli'M for Coal by (ho ei'.r-lo.nl, ton or
in hogsheads lor shipment prompfly at
tended to. To largo eoiisiiineis and all
iiiaiitifiii'tiirei's wo are pi'cjiui'iMl to sup
ply any quant ity, by the month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
llOltlee on wlinrfliiuit. ft ml nf Silh street; efl'.i'e ef
llillliliiv IliiillierH, oppna est. Onirics llmiel:
I'lUVptliltl Mill-, TVeloh"tl ll'iinl tl I MI III 1. toot
of Tlili'iY-cl MM oltHlniw ur Tost ollice ilmw.tr :0.