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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAV MOUMNU, bEPl EMBER (5, 1878.
R. SMITH, M. I).
Ollloe und Rosldcnc !
XO. 41 THIIiTEEXTil 8TKEET, CAIKO, ILL'
1 W. DINNING, M.D.
Ofueo ami Resilience :
OFI'K'E-X. V. cor. Sixth M., near Ohio Lc-vee.
HKSIUEXUE Corner VVuliiut ami Niulli ulreota.
JJR. E. W. W1IITLOCK,
Opnri!-Xo. W. Commercial Avi'nue, between
Eljlith iu.& XliilU Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eltflith Street, near Commercial Avenno.
OITICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth t.
JINEUAR & LANSDEN,
At t on icy s-a t-Ia x
OFFICE-Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
St. Louis, Cairo ami railiK'uli Racket
SPLENDID SWEWIIKEL FREIUHT AND PAS
SEX); EU PACKET,
Hlii DE SMET, SHi
jonx nnrxEU Mater.
JulIX 1.EA.MEX Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Wednesday at 2 p.m. fur Padu
clUc. Leave. Cairo every Thursday nt 2 p.m. for St.
Fiirfrels:ht orpfiiisunpplvoii Hiillldcy.t Phillips
wharf bout, or to JAMES liKUiS, Afiit.
,71, Ohio Levee.
For Columbus, Hickman ami Now Madrid
JOSEPH AMRROS Master.
LEAVES CAIKO EVEUY
TUESDAYTHURSDAY unit SATURDAY
For freight or iit!te;c apply on llalllduy & Phil
Hps' Wharf huut, or to
JAMES BlliOS, Ajjent.
51 Ohio Levee.
f Kit m-no at.
1AIUO CITY FERRY CO.
I.RAVK4 I.KAVKS lEAVEs
F"t Foil rlli ft Missouri Land'K. Kentucky Lil'g.
s a. in.
lo a. in.
i p. in.
4 u. in
K;:M u. in.
l::tn a. in.
S::t p. in.
4 ::- p. in.
!i a. in.
11 u. Hi.
S p. in.
5 i. in.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moniiii Daily in Southern Illinois.
Ol'r'Ii IAL PAPKU OF THE CITY AND COt'XTY.
ShlX.M. OlTI' E,
Caiuo. HI., Sept. :), 'KS. 1
'J. ill '. It.tr. Tiler. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
II: to a in W ;i
11:11" 2ti w
J p iu. '.".I'll
4H N v
.Maximum Thermometer. kS; Minimum '1'hcr,
luoiueter, lii ; Kaiulall, U.tW inch.
W. II. ItAY,
Serai Signal Corps, I'. S. A.
RrKitvED Skats can now be had for K.
M. K. C. entertainment.
Il.vnuv Walkeu will run an oyster wagon,
delivering oysters in any part of the city.
Orders liy put;tl curd will receive prompt
Remlmiier the K. M. K. C, cntertalu
nieut ut the Atheiicuni to-night, and bo on
Notice to Siiiiteiis. The city of St.
Louis has quarantined against the delivery
of freights coming from the tttutes of Ten
liesseee, Mississippi and Louisiana, as well
as from Cairo proper. In order to insure
delivery at St. Louis, the shipper must fur
iiish a certilieitte that the freight is not from
any of the states named, nor from any in
fected district. Shippers will please gov
ern themselves nccordingly.
James Johnson, G. 8. A.
Cuito, Ills., Sept. 5, 1JST0.
Rkmkmiikk the K. M. K. C, entcrtair..
inent ut the Atheueum to-night, and bo ou
The Cairo City Coal company can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody for three
sound reasons: It mines itsowncoul from
its own mim s; it pays no royally; und it
can und does land it ut Cairo at bottom
transportation prices. Ti.ese facts enable
it to do just what it says it will do. parties
in Cairo, therefore, can purchase 10 bushels,
or one ton, or ten tons at the same figure
Hint 10 tons can be bought. And the
l.rudetit housekeeper knows that now Is the
time to prepare for the cold went her coming
und lay in a supply of cheap coal.
Wood ANuCoal.- Seasoned wood, Hick,
ory, Oak and Ash, at per cord during
Septetnler. Parad iso und llig M uddy Coal .
Orders taken for fall delivery ut, 15 fr 1
ton; fj 03 per ton for 2 tons; f) 50 por
ton for 3 or more.
Foil Iter Cottage on Tenth (struct,
iK'twCttn Hushmgton and Walnut.
A110UT T1IK CITY.
Pr. Stalker and family arc tit Jones
boro. Mr. Lehigh left the city on Wednes
Judge Green is nt home from a recent
visit to Jonesboro.
Greene Nenle, indicted for stabbing
Duffy, was acquitted in court yesterday.
At the last meeting of the Rough and
Readys $30 were voted to the Buffers of the
At the board of health yesterday even
ing it wus resolved to keep an officer on
duty at tho levee all the time.
The first response to the circulars sent
out by tho citizens' Executive Committee,
was received to-day from J. Y. Clemson nt
M. John Antrim, Jr., left for Metropo
lis last night, where he will make his fu
ture home. Ho has embarked there in the
merchant tailoring and clothing business.
Tho many friends of Mrs. Perkins in
this city, to whom she was best known us
Mrs. Stewart, will be shocked to learn of
her death, which occurred of yellow fever
nt New Orleans, a few days since.
Mr. John Home received a dispatch
from Columbus yesterday stating that 110
yellow fever had appeared there, but they
were naturally apprehensive, and had taken
every possible precautionary measure
against its introduction.
Tho Knights of Father Matthew
caused the billowing tellegram to be
sent t.) Memphis yesterday: "Cairo Ills.,
Sept. 5, 17S. Rev. Win. Walsli, pres
ident Catholic T. A. S., Memphis, Tenn:
Draw on liie for $:)".(i.,5 through the First
National bank for relief fund. D. J. Foley,
sec'y., Knights Father Matthew." This
donation represents the proceeds of Rev.
Father Murphy's lecture on Sunday night
Mr. E. R. Egnew, proprietor of the St.
Charles hotel and Planters house, has asso
ciated with him in the 'Planters'' his fath
er, Mr. George Egnew of Rutler, und whom,
we are informed, will take no active part in
the management of the business but act us
a silent partner. Mr. Egnew, Sr., is one of
the wealthiest and most highly esteemed
citizens of the place in which he lives, and
wo are glad to learn that helms become in
terested in business here. Mr, Egnew in
forms us that during the dull times the
Planters will undego thorough repairs, and
lie furnished throughout with new and el
egant furniture, making it one of the most
comfortable houses in the country.
Considerable excitement and indigna
tion was created yoterday by the running
of the blockade by the steamer Ratcsvillc,
a small packet, just up I'roiii.Meniphis. The
fault attaches to the quarantine officials,
but the board of health ut its meeting la.t
evening did not locate it on any one, al
though Mr. Wright was very anxious to do
so. The rumor about the boat being in
fected could be traced lo no reliable source,
but the captain did tell n gentleman of tliis
city that he had lost three of his crew be
tween here and Memphis, Captain
Randall aKo said, and tho evi
dence sustains him, that he gave the quar
antine signal live whistles and was an
swered by a tug, lmtiio one seemed to take
any interest in the matter, and he supposed,
oi course, that the quarantine had been
raised. The excuse given for neglecting
to prevent her lauding is that heretofore
Columbus had always reported the boats,
but iu this instance had failed. The boat
was in sight three-quarters of an hour be
fore she touched the wharf.
The readers of Tim IHi.i.f.tin will
bear testimony that in our differences with
the gay old gazelle on the levee, we invari
ably spoke of her more in sorrow than in
anger, reproving her every now and then,
it is true, but always iu that mixed sport of
affection and artfulness which is found to
bo most effective in dealing with simple
minds or intellects that huve given way
under extraordinary strains. We are led
into this train of thought by the knowledge
that she had departed from among us, and it
would grieve us to feel that we had in any
way wounded her feelings. She began
packing her' Saratoga on Tuesday Just sim
ultaneously, strange to say, with the receipt
of tho first news from Hickman and each
additional telegram received since served
to accelerate her departure until the thing
was consummated yesterday. She went
out on tho noon train, and Cairo,
liko Niobe, wiw for the time, all tears, and
like another historieaal female still refuses
to be comforted. The old girls' last words
spoken to ourselves from the moving train
were, "Tell everybody good-by, for me,
darling; I'll be hack when the troubles'
over." What could wo do. The response
stuck in our throat, but some how
tho famous song managed to cs-
cape from our lips, "Tn tat,
over tho river, Davie." and with that she
lost herself in her old bandana. The ven
erable lady's favorite son, Lewis, follows on
tho train this morning; He has had a
steady pull at hard work all summer, and
uceds n season of rest for both muscle and
brain. During tho vacation Mr. Walter
P. McKeo will huve charge of tho Sun, and
will glvo to tho people an evening paper
they will bo proud of. Wo wish Walter tho
greatest measure of success, for ho tlescrven
it In accepting an awful responsibility.
Rkmkmukh tho K. M. K. ('., entertain,
ment at tho Atliencum to-night, nm) be on
Advices from Hickman yesterday were
conflicting. A dispatch to Mr. Matt. Ful
ton dated about G o'clock a.m. put the
deaths at five and tho new cases at three
during the proceeding 21 hours. A dis
patch at the office of tho Iron Mountain
road early yesterday morning, put tho
deaths at three and tho new cases at two
during tho preceding 24 hours. Wo heard
that Dr. Dunning had received a dispatch
putting tho cases utOOand the deaths at 12.
It was also stated in the telegram, so wo are
informed, that the disease was yellow fever,
w ith black vomit. The (iO cases, we infer,
covers the whole number since tho out
break of tho disease, ten or twelve days
ago, and tho deaths cover tho samo period.
If the number of new cases occurring on
Wednesday is reported correctly in the two
first dispatches, the disease ut Hickman dif
fers from that which has been raging in
the smith, for even in tho smallest commu
nities the spread has been at the average
rate of 20 new cases each day from the
lime it gets a fair start, up to as high as 30
und (10. Another feature of the Hick
man disease unlike the southern fever is
the small per centage of mortality. Ihit
we are reminded that it makes no differ
ence what wo may call it It kills nil the
same. It makes a great ileal of difference
as to what it is called, if it. is called prop
erly. It makes the difference between a
plague that spreads and is fatal and n dis
ease that may be fatal, but is confined to
the community in which it originates. Doc
tors are not infallible and the Hickman
members of the profession constitute no
exception to this remark.
TIIFi MEKTIXlr LAST MIGHT
"TO TAKE STEPS TO OCAHAXTINK OI T. CITY
AOAINST YELLOW FEVEIt," ENDS IN A
FAUCIS MISEIIA ISLE .JANAOEMENT.
The following handbill was circulated on
the streets yesterday afternoon:
All citizens of Cairo are reiUeled to lie lit the
uiihIc stand on Tenth ct.. nt T:W this evening, to
takesteps to iiiunintlne our rity uualiirt yellow fe
vr. Let every one Interested In the health of our
city he pre-eni. MANY CITIZENS.
Ill response to this call about two hun
dred citizens assembled at the place indi
cated. The meeting doubtless had its
origin in dissatisfaction, not so much with
our quarantine laws themselves as with the
manner of their execution. The immediate
Cause was the negligence of officials
through which a boat from an infected dis
trict landed ut our wharf without let or
hindrance.' Rut as soon as the
speakers got fairly started it was
evident there would! no harmony as the
udvieeimd suggestions offered differed as
widely us the polls. In the tirt place the
meeting was without head or tail, and it is
intended as no rellectioii upon the gentle
man who managed it to say that they were
not exactly clear as to what was the red
object of the meeting. Then; can be no
doubt but that at the beginning the people
there were thoroughly iu earnest, but as
the meeting progressed und it became ap
parent that many of the sentiments Utter 'd
were unpopular and that there; was a
great divergence in the opinions
of the speakers as to what
should be done, all genuine in
terest was ot until the whole affair
dwindled into a broad burlesque. Mr. R. F.
IMake was made chairman of the first meet'
ing. and ('apt. Williams secretary.
After a little delay Mr. R. F. Livingston
appeared upon the stand and said all he
knew of the objects of the meeting he had
gathered from the posters which hud beei:
circulated, llerreviewed adversely the ac
tion of the board of health, giving the
members full credit for good motives, but
severely criticised the action of the officers
whose duty it was to execute the law. He
advocated a stringent quarantine, and was
in favor of volunteer patrols to effectually
guard the city against the importation of
yellow fever iu any shape, and announced
his intention of serving as ore
of those volunteers should the sug
gestion meet with the favor of tho meet
ing. The gentleman said much more that
was just barely relevant to tho subject of
quarantine, but this indicates the real jfist
of his remarks.
Mr. Linegar spoke, and we imagine, that
he wished he had not before ho got through.
His remarks In the main were suitable ami
just and met with the applause of his au
ditors, but when ho advised them to dis
perse and go to their homes ho was met with
jeers, ami several uncomplimentary remarks
and suggestions. Mr. Linegar said tho
alarm that had been created in the town
had done and was doing us incalculable
injury. He appealed to every man to take
courage, lie did not oelieve the disease
would come here, and If it did
it would only assume 11 local shape
ns it had done in 1ST:). There was tie
healthier city on the continent, he said,
than Cairo. There could be no purer nt
Unisphere. What was to bo dreaded most
was the spread of sensational stories, nod
the commission of sensational acts. lie
referred to the labeling ' of houses with
yellow fever as having In 0110 Instance pro
duced fright that resulted in sickness.
Ho rather complimented the personnel (if
the board of health, und thought they were
tlolng pretty well under the circumstances;
buthe whs frequently interrupted by tin
complimentary allusions to city officials
and finally forced to desist. He was told
ho was the wrong man for that meeting.
Mr. Wood was called for, and up to n
certain point his remarks wero well
received, He knew nothing, ho said, of
the object of the inert Ing, He had llrit
seen the call while at supper, and curiosity
impelled him to bo present. Ho referred
to the call as seeking to do something be
yond tho power of n popular meeting. He
defined tho way in which quarantino regit
lations could be made and enforced, and
urged upon his hearers coucert of action
with the board of health officials. The
best thing, ho thought, this meeting could
do, would be to answer the summons of the
mayor for volunteers to appear at his office,
which hnd been published for two days past.
The nitdiencc met this. suggestion with some
assertions to tho nuturo of reflections upon
his honor, but Mr.Wood proceeded until he
began defending tho board of health, or nt
least the motives of its members, when he
was frequently interrupted. In tho course
of his remarks he said the fault of the quar
antine was to be found in its laws, but in a
want of the the proper execution of them,
and for this he said tho city marshal was
answerable, and if ho were present ho de
sired to tell him so to his face. The Col
onel in conclusion moved that those pres
ent at the meeting adjourn to meet at the
Mayor's office at 9 o'clock this morning to
report for volunteer patrol duty. This
motion was adopted.
At this juncture Mr. Livingstone stepped
to the front and moved that a committee of
live be appointed to investigate the actions
of the Hord of Health, and report at a
meeting to be held Friday night at the
same place, tho result of their labors.
Col. Wood made the point of order that
the meeting had adjourned, but before it
was decided, Mr. Livingston moved that
the meeting re-organized with ('apt. Wil
liams us chairman und Mr. R. P. Ulake us
Mr. Livingstone repented his motion, and
it was seconded. Long before this the au
dience hud worked itself into excellent hu
mor, and S'.'emed to be bent more on fun
than business. It was apparent then that
nothing real would be done, and they voted
with great impartiality on both sides of
every question, leaving him in doubt as
how to decid;', and harassing him with sar
castic and impertinent interrogations. It
was in this spirit that an amendment was
offered raising the committee to fifteen, and
the amendment and original motion was
adopted amid jeers and laughter. The
chair appointed the following gentlemen as
the committee, and they are rcqiiste to
appear at the council chamber this morning
at 9 o'clock for organization and business:
Messrs. Mcllale. Livingstone, Roberts, Tan
ner, Hannon, Rlake, Tims. Sullivan, Good
year, E. W. Green, Alden, .las. Ro.ss,
McManns, Rird, Taylor and Lonergun.
Then there was a final adjournment. If
the proposition had been made at any time
to demand of the board of health a
rigid enforcement of tho quarantine laws as
they exist, promising all the aid as citizens
that would be needed, and hud this been
stipplinientcil by an additional demand that
the board of health trace to the proper of
ficer or officers the fault of the Ratesville
affair of yesterday, an 1 suspend or dismiss
the guilty parties, both demands would
have met with unqualified approval, because
it is what should have been done, and the
meeting would then have answered a good
purpose. It was simply farcical as it was,
and the appointment (lf u committee by 11
public meeting for the purposes indicated
in Mr. Livingstone's motion is too absurd
for serious comment.
Anothf.k Fat Man Rkiuted. II. A.
KiiI'iis, dealer in dry-goods, Woodhull, III.
writes l'otanic Medicine Co., Ruffalo, X. Y.,
June 22d, 178: "Gentlemen Please find
inclosed $5.00, for which send me by ex
press, Anti-Fat. 1 have taken one bottle
and lost five and one-quarter pounds.'1
Rlmemheu the K. M. K. C, entertain
ment at the Atheueum to-night, and bo on
Coal. Tho Cairo City Coal Company is
now delivering Coal at the following low
pnecs: Pittsburg Lump, 12o per bushel ;
Paradise Lump, $2 25 por ton, and Paradise
Nut, $2 00 per ton. Anthracite (all sizes),
und other Coals, very cheap.
Ovsteiis. Harry Walker receives in
good order daily by express tho best Select
Rultimoro Oysters, which ho is ready to
serve in any stylo day or night. He will
also dispose of them by the can at tho low
est prices, Do not fail to call at tho Crystal
Tickets can be had to-day for K. M. K.
C. entertainment, See notice.
Smokeuh, if you wish a fine "Key West"
or "Imported" cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is tho only placo In tho city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
Choice Huron, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and bides, Tierce,
Keg and Racket Lurd, Rrenkfast Huron,
etc,, etc, all in good stock and for sal 0 at
lowest market price. W. P. WmoitT,
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
Pesii Oyhteiis, just received ut M. W
Parker's, Winter's block, Commercial
Foil Rent. Tho Cuhl property, on
Holbrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SeiuioKDKtt, Agent.
Qi'Eitv. Why will men smoko common
tobacco when they run buy Marburg lint's
"Heal of North Carolina" at tho samo price?
Foil Rent. No. 0, Winter's Row, md
store room In Winter's block.
M. J. How ley, Agt.
1'NCI.AIMED llAOOAOE AT THE ST. CHARLES
AJD 1'I.ANTKIIS' HOTKlJi, ME1TEMIIKII
Consisting of tho following articles :
Ono valise, W. M. Stone; 1 valise, W. L.
Lock; 1 valiso and cout, G. Kay; 2 valises,
no name; 1 trunk, 8. Simons; 1 trunk, no
name at St. Charles hotel.
Two valises, A. Campbell, and 1 sample
case, E. McElroy ut Planters' house.
R. E. Eonkw,
Rememiieu the K. M. K. ('., entertain
ment at tho Atheueum to-night, and bo on
To Exchanoe The bar oounter nt the
Planters House, one of the finest counters
in the city for an office counter.
Henuy Shick has reopened the barber
shop adjoining his cigar store, No. 112
Commercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth Htreets. Recognizing the necessity
which exists in these hard times to cut
down expenses, ho hereby informs his old
patrons und the public that ho establishes a
new scale of prices, viz: Shaving, 10 cents,
Hair Cutting, 25 cents, all days of the
week, including Sundays.
Factoky Facts. Close confinement,
careful attention to. all factory work, give
the operatives pallid faces, poor appetite,
languid, miserable feelings, poor blood, in
active liver, kidneys and urinary troubles,
and all the physicians and medicine in the
world cannot help them unless they get out
doors or use Hop Hitlers, made of the pur
est und best remedies, and rsp-riully for
such eases, having abundance of health,
sunshine and rosy cheeks iu them. None
need stiller if they will use them freely.
They cost but a ttille. See anotlu rcoluinn.
Wanted. Two lo teams at Pug-Hid
saw in'll, West .loncshoto. Address J.
R.MtCLAV, box 117. Jonesboro, III.
p AYAIMlTAYI.oli tivi.: -I t-,1." tfn iit ph u-ire
I) III r, i'u:iitiir!ifl!n: t,, i-,r .in. tl;.' A ,'evnn ol Mr.
S. C. Siiortllcl.'e " Him, l nmiiilo Wi.iiiI, ii'p'itron.
miv: "I I'luvrCullv 'iiim-i:i in th.. ii... , mv mime
a reference." SWTI'HIX C. Mlull I I.IIM. V.. i Har
vard A. M.) Media. Pinna. Ilm Amd. iov,
Price TEX Cents.
ContalnlnL' a complete lit of nil the town In tho
I'liileil Sltiif-. tie. ' rrltori.-s mid Hie D..111I11I..1, n
( anaila. hioiiii:a population irn-ntiT than .
coniliitf to the in. 1 ichu. toother with the muni
of the newspaper 1 1 h s. 1 1 1 1 the ln!,"-t lo, al cireel i
lion In each of tne i!m-, imin-d. Al u cal.iloue
of nett.piiprri. uhicli are p-i oinnieuil. d to u.her
lifT" a- lU in LTejilrj-t v alii i- iii iroior!iuii to pn.-e-eh.irL'ed.
Al-o. l!ie lleiu'lnu nnd Arl'-ultnral
.lonnmls. very complete I1.1-. and runny talile of
raten. showing the cnt of advertl-li: in viii!uu
new. pnpi r., and mm !i oilier iiilunnaiioii whU h a
he'.'InioT in adM'rti-iie.' nutiM Co well to 1 1
.VMre..t.K. P. ItoWKl.1. ,v cu . Ne-papcr
A'Hertiiiiu llnreaii. lo prtn-c m., N. Y.
1 I.I. INCH'S STATE NoliMAI. I MS KIM I'V. r. r
the iipecUl preparation of Ti. i iikc.s. Tie- full
eotirse of study reouin-" lliree ,.-ar-. T11ili.u1 1 u :
to those Mho pledge them-, he to ten h In the
Slate; to others 'A) per Venr. Ili'.dl Sellc.,,1 liepurt
lllellt ull'.-ri" the lie-t llllvstrtOL" for pleli:rill.' I"r
I oll.-.'e or for hiislnei.).. 'i 'litiuii. f.vi p. r .-.,
lirammar School tiepiirtmeiit ('unii-lo ii -rci'lli nt
faeliii i.-c I'.ir olilaliilne a I practical 1 itu, tiion.
Tuition t.'.'i per year. I'rimnry In-earlmert. a
rliariiiiiii.' place for Hie little IO.L-." Term l.e-lii
Sept. ::. s;s. Kor leirlli ular-. mhlrem lelwln C.
Il'-rtett. Pre-idem, Normal. Illinois.
nrled hi jfiftt ptlm tt Ct&ttnmal KiMw.li'.n I-r
n timing iputfilKi Mi1 txftlimet trui l.u.i..', fh.f
u-ttr (jt twelthtnff Bwl Jtnwnnff, Til eil Ut
-rr mieli.. Ai our bin strip toute-mark 11 cllt
itietuli-'l "11 inferior fooilii. t ttiat J,i?Um'i IWtt
en fvrjr 1'Iur. Suldrjr Hdnliu. Scndfnr u..!e
li'D, IU l, A. UCUO 4 l)., 21I1I., l'lllU'i, t
"?A HAY to A.'cnti' caiivasint; fur the Kiuixok
,N YiMiToit. TerniKuiid outtlt fret). Addrci-s, P
V ' o. YICKEHY, Augusta, Maine.
PT K l Jlleautirul So (inmd Planon. price I.i
J i.V4M 'only :.',. Mie-idileeiii rtirk'ht Pint
price fl 'mo. olilv -.'T!j. Elegant I'prUit Pianos.
price sl. only 81, .1. Planor. " octave. MiV T 1-H
.:.Nch Style". htmi" Vl-V Organs. tli-iops. tj..'7.
Til. Church I p ' t V Hi i-tup. price jti'm, oniv
SI 1.1. Ele- "III IAA erunt .Jir.1 Mirror Tipi )r-
pun only ? ul. lleaiitllul Parlor iririin, price
only fH.'l. 'Fraud Exposed'' 'i reward. Head
"Traps lor the I nwary ' and Xcwspiipcri" ahout cut
of Piano and Oman. cnt Free. I'lea.e luldrc-e
Iuniki. E. Heatty. Washington. X.J.
O'.FASCY CAItDS. Snow fluke. Puinai-k. assorted
In 'i' styles, with nune. loct. Nassau Card
Cii.. Xassuu.'X. Y.
GRAIN, FLOUR AND HAY.
Highest Cash Price I'uld for Wheat.
I T 1 NK LK, THISTLE WOOD
ai Xr rnnijv.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission HciThunts,
Nok. 11 ntul 1vr7 Cotniner- I f . .vr) Tr t q
cUI Aviitmu f svAIUO, ILLS.
rlllEHAL Adviiiuemenlii made onConilgntnctitt
J ut Tolmcco, Flour and drain.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE RY THE CAR tOAP ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Obtained forirw Inventions, or for Improvement
on old one. ; lor iiumIIciI or oilier com pounds, trade
marks and luliels. ( avciils, Assignment, later
ferenccn. Appeals, Suit" for Inlrlnueincnts, and
all casi f arlsinij uudtr the Patent Lawn, prompt.
Iv attended to. Invcliliolis that have been
11V I VI 'TI,' II hv iic 0,m' miy "tin.
J i4; 1 ljll u mom nine, tie patented l,y
tic llctrix opposite, the f. S. Patent Department,
and enlaced in Patent Imsjnem exclusively, we can
Inaku closer senn hes. and secure Patent more
promptly, and with liroader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington.
1 Y V l' YTl 1 1 H"1"1 "" "l"d''1 or "ketch of
' ' 1 ' UIO u.iir device; we make ex
aminations and adtisc a- to patentability. Inn of
charge. All corn poiii!cnce strictly cotitldenilal .
Price? low. and no charge unless Patent U secured.
We refer In Wa-hliitMon. to lion. Pu-tiuater
Oi ncrul I). M. Key, llev. F. I). Power. The (iertnati
American Xiitlouiil P.ank, lo ellleiuls In the l . S.
Patent Office, ui d lo Senator und Hi pr :n lilatl 1 s
In Conirress; and especially to our ( Units In cu-ry
State In the I'ulur. and in l unaiu. Addri f a
C. A. SXOYV AtCO..
Opposite Patent or.:.-.-. U':i-Mutton. D. C.
QUE A P Ll'MliEI'.
The Cairo Ilox ami Iaket Co.
ii l ri fis tsii
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At the vi rv lowest rates.
Ravin? a Heavy Mock of Lo','s on Ilund,
We are prepared to
SAW OCT SPECIAL ORDER
On the shorteitm once.
SPECIALTY nia-V of e TV MLO T I rMP.EIl.
i V We ai-o ihu.i.l efire H(IHtllo..MA TKKIALS
t rack'-r. 1 aini;', VuKii'iU- PuXc. Su--, H.-ndinus
1I"!.MAVS I.iVLIi I'Aps.
Ohio Levee and
lOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP ANDi
l1 STEAM FORGE.
Yulcan Iron Works
93 OHIO LEVEE, CAIUO, ILLS. 1 '
John rJf. .Ronnie,
TTAVIN'O cstithllslied hlawnrku at tho nhovo men
I I t..,,,.il iil.ii,., 1. Iii.iIiip itn. iiur.nl ttiuit .iviip fur.
IliauilIllCIliriUK Pienin cukuiur iiiiu .illll mucuiuvi.i
. .. . ... - u L 1.... I Mil, k. ....I.I.....U I
llitvlntr Hteatn Ilamtner unit ample Tools, the
niaimlacttiru of all kind of Machinery, ltallroad,
Hteaiiihout and Hrld(e FurKltiK madu a apuclnlly.
E slice I ul attention lilren to n'tmlnor Enulue ami
Ilrusi C iiKllnfre of all kinds ntude to order. f ,
PIpeFlttliig In ill III brunches. jl