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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMNlr, XOVEMBEU 10, 1878.
NEW ADVF.RTbEM FAIN.
Vurov.r.'iOrfir.SELLEira UVKR N US have
teen tho aundard remedy fr Liver t umtilalnt.
fwdlveneM. Mck Headache, l'ain In Mionldera r
Ba It. llIue. touted Tontrue. fever and Avne,
nod til diiaea arLtnif from a deranged itate onu
Uveror Momteh. Tnnmaji Adaiu. of Bijtbauajr,
Kv.. mivi: -heller't IMIlt have naved btiudreda of
itnllarVlo doctor.' bill Id thla country. H. h.
Keller & t o., l'ropriitora, l'llibur. I'a. Barclay
Brim . Aui'uu, Cairo.
HE CHEAT BLOOD TONIC
Vor the cure if all dlaeaaea arlin from Jmpnr
iMMid. and for Invlg.iraiiui: and iirenjjineu
iulorirau. Aruyou weak, tmiiut. debilitated,
ale and cutsctatcd? Have you loft your apatite r
ilavf you hiiim, palu In the bacic. icr If or
ljndev Blood Hearther will drive ont the dUean
ami brinu naek the Bloom of Health. Pluiplea.
Holla, Ervatpeln. Tetter. Salt Rhoum. Ac.. n bnt
hurface Indication of Blood Dii-eaae: and Ir. Mod-n-y
Blood Heai-cher. by purlfyln the ytem wift.
i n the i-k.li) and heantltlea the complexion. told
l-y ill ilruvrtti. $l .Ul per bottle. K E. tellcr.
Proprietor, I'iuaburg, Pa. Barclay Bro., Agenta
gELLEK'S COUGH SYKUP.
Over l.ftm.OOO bottles old. It l the mot pleasant
nn.J popular remedy for l ountm. tolda, troop,
Uoari-iiem- aud all throat and lunif diNUe. Haa
hemi In Uite for half a ceninrv. Doctor rwommeul
mid prrorrilw It. J- E- Youmau. Loos P. U.. lil..
mik: -It aaved my two children from the Brave.
A - L- Kiuimona. of Baltimore. -Md.. alo aayn: -It
will cure the woret couifh Immediately." Ak your
iliniwlrt or general Horekeeper for it and take no
inner. Prltw.tBc.. W.. and $l.tW per bottle. Send
tor r'reular. It. E. hellera t Co., Proprietor.
PitKburif, Pa. Barclay Bros.. Agent, Cairo.
i:. smith, m. d.
Ollli'c and Residence :
NO. J1 TIIIItTEENTll STKEET. CAIRO. ILL-
JjH. E. W. AVIIITLOCK,
()Pri( e No. VV Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth Streeu
V. C. JOCELYX,
i) i: NTIST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Aveuuc.
; P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth aud Slsth at.
J ISEGAlt &, LANSDEX,
PFIC'E No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
STEAM 110 ATS.
St. Louis, Cairo and Padueah Packet
HPLEXIUD SIDEWHEEL FREIGHT AD PAS
WHIN URl'NER Master.
JOUX LEAMEN Clerk.
Leave Cairo every Wednesday at 2p m. fcr Padu
eah. leaves Cairo every Thursday at 3 p.m. for St.
Por freight ar pai(ase apply on Hallidev 4 Philllpr"
wkarf bout, or to JAMES BiUGS, Agent.
!A, Ohio Levee.
Fr Col uinbui, Hickman and New Madrid
T. T. IIILLMAX,
JOSEPH AMBHOS Master.
LEAVES CAIIIO EVERY
Tl'ESDAYJHl'KSDAY and SATURDAY
For fn-it'ht or pjH'e apply on Halllday & Phil
lipii' W barf boat, or to
JAMES BIGGS, Atfent.
hti Ohio loree.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICI AL PAPER OF THE CITY AM) COl'NTY,
Only Horninj Daily inSoutliPrn Illinois
Siovai Orrt'-K. I
Cairo, 111.. Nov IS. 1T. (
Tb.T. Hum Wind. V-1. Weather.
fl 40 a in :I. Jt
' Sp.m. :'."9
" Mixlmum Thermoini-tT. W8 ; Minimum Ther
Bivioeler, 8b ; Ualufuil, 0 W Inch.
W. II. HAY.
Serj't Slsnal Corp, U. S. A.
Voni B TO whom IT MAT OUNl'kHM. Tlie Cairo
Itslli tlu Co., will pny no bill contracted by any of
if employi , or any one counrrted with The Bui.
i.tin, tinier the came I made on a wrlten order
Mxned by mywlf, andlho order DiUft bit attached to
tke bill when prem-nted.
John II. Onniai.
JIATTEIIS OK LOCAL IMl'OIIT.
Mrs. Jumrs, after an alismce of two
lunntlis or more, is aain iu the city.
Jud,"! M. C. Crawford was in Cairo
NuiiiLty, tn route; homo from Pope county.
Mr. Hiram YVilliunwm and family hav
taken up their rrsidimce in the State of
Dr. SullivMi was so much licttcr yon
tetday, that utron hopes went cnturtaincd
of apt-ody recovery.
County cour t, for thn traunaction of
prohate liusint!h Judge Yocum presiding,
The "Horuo Mansion," of wliich Mr.
P. Fitzgerald is owner and proprietor, pro-i-entH
tlrt-t:lHs facilities for lranitetiii any
miiount ot livery litihiness.
Jailer Malioney has a very small foric
if iHianlers two white men and one negro,
llclmsdoiie very aeccptuble work, huwev-
r, in the way of clcamng cross-walk, etc.
Mr. H. YV. NYheatley, (ifDuQuoin, At
torney of the Illinois Central railroad coin
jiany, was in the city yesterday, on liUHiness
connecteil with his portion.
I lot to uud Folium's new rebthurant is a
very complete estahlishment and will carce
ly fail to draw a liheral share of the public
It has becomo a fixed hahit with vlnl-
tors to our city, to gravitate, nitwit meal
time, to thn widely known uud popular res
taurant presided over by Louis Herbert. It
is one of tho oldest establishments of the
kind in the country, aud confessedly one of
A ncighlxir informs us that his wife
never knew a quiet night until tho doctor
prescribed Dr. Hull's Baity Syrup for her
Marshal Arter, who has Wen confined
to his bed from an attack of pleurisy, is said
to be convalescing. If he experiences no
set-backs, he will report for duty in n day
Under the intelligent and careful man
agement of Dr. Horace YVardner, the ttflairs
of the Southern Illinois Insane Asylum are
said to move forward with the precision of
Stuart, one of our enterprising dry
goods men, has erected a new lamp post in
front of his store, evidently bent-upon hav
ing "more light." His example is worthy
of the imitation of other business nun.
Mr. John II. Ohcrly left by the after
noon train, yesterday, for the State capital,
whither he was called to attend a meeting
of the Railroad and YVarehouse Commis
sioners, of which body he is n memlier.
It was reported to us yesterday that an
unknown man tumbled from the '"middle
wharihoar," into the river, about 2 o'clock
Sunday morning, and was drowned. Par
ticulars, if there are any, could not be as
certained. Mr. J. J. Stelzer, tho Cairo florieultur
alist, is located in Harrisburg, Saline county.
He has established himself in the watch
making and jewelry business, aud is said
to be doing well an assurance that will be
very gratifying to his many Cairo friends.
Koehler and Brother, and not Koehler
and company, is the style under which our
steamboat butchers do business. The firm
is the same it always has been, neither en
larged by the admission of new members,
nor diminished by the dismissal of old
The subject of Rev. Mr. George's lec
ture, Sunday night, was "John Howard,
the philantropist." Unable to present the
subject in a manner satisfactory to himself
in a single discourse, he gave notice of his
purpose to deal with the same topic again
next Sunday evening.
-As the fact will become known, any
how, we violate no confidences by publicly
stiting that a marriage between a well
known young Cairo couple, will le consum
mated on Thursday next. The affair has
lieen in contemplation for some time past,
which fact completely uisets the theory
that "youthful ardor cannot brook delay."
Hon. John W. Merritt, personally
known to many of our citizens, and at one
time editor of the Springfield Daily Regis
ter, died at his home in Salem, (arion
county, on Saturday last, at the hour of 4
p. m. Although his ailment was not specif
ically pronounced, it is believed that he
died of pneumonia. At the time of his
death, he was 72 years old. He was a man
of good ability, a sound Democrat and hon
Q lite a number of our colored people,
both male and female, are still engaged in
the Southern cotton-tields, Within the
week past as many as four or live hundred
have gone south from St. Loui3 and inter
mediate points, which argues tiiat there is
still considerable work to do. In Tennes
see, Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana,
the picking was greatly delayed because of
the prevalence of the yellow fever. But a
comparatively small per cent, of the home
pickers could be induced to go t work. A
great waste in the crops, is the consequence.
Tramps anil vagabonds infesting the
city, make an occasional attempt to break
into the loaded freight cars that are left
standing along the Ohio levee. At a late
hour Saturday night, watchman Dougherty
detected an attempt of this kind, anil steal
ing within range, opened lire upon the bur
glariously inclined villains, and put thein
to flight. There were three of them, and as
watchman D. sent three well-meant shots
among them, it is altogether probable that
one or more of them were "winged" by him.
It is to be hoped that such is the case, at all
The protean shapes in which reports
concerning Dr, Sullivan's sickness reached
us Saturday, were completely bewildering.
At two o'.'.lock tho report gained currency
in the lower part of tho city that he was
dead. At four o'clock wo heard he was
much better. At eight o'clock wo met a
friend just from his bedside who informed
us that "poor Doc. was very low, mid could
not nossibly survive until morning."
About half an hour later a lady volunteer
ed tho information that tho Doctor was
much better; that she had just heard from
him and ho was sitting up, reading a copy
of the morning Buu.ktin. Left thus, we
consulted headquarters and got the straight
A. and II. tnado a bet on the recent
election. B. lost, and not having the inon
ey in his pocket wherewith to pay tho loss,
he turned to Mr. K. and borrowed it. E. be
coming impatient for the return of the
money loanud, sued 11. On trial thn fact
came out that the money borrowed, had,
with K'.s knowledge, been applied to tho
payment of n bet, The court decided that
V,. had no cause of action that his knowl
edge of the manner In which the money
was used, debarred him of all right, cither
In law or equity, to recover. A case of this
nature was decided, in this city, only a few
days ago; and as a great many people be
sides ourselves have fallen Into the habit of
loaning money whenever thereunto inipor
tuned, wo give tho foregoing facta publicity
that everybody concerned may profit hy
Invitations to a Thanksgiving day wed
ding have been received in Cairo, the fairer
half of the expectant couple residing up the
A young mother must have vest. But
how is this to be accomplished, when the
baby is restless and cries constantly? Simp
ly by using Dr. Bulla Baby Syrup,
The alarm of fire about 0 o'clock last
night, was occasioned by the outbreak of a
Are in the roof of YV. T. Scott's kitchen, on
7th street. Tho damage inflicted was
slight; but tho clanging of the lire bells
All persons holding Invitations to the
dance to be given nt Schools' hall, on
Wednesday night, are notified that the
place of holding the ball has been changed
to Khige's hall, and requested to govern
Wall Street is where money is made
rapidly. You may realize hundreds of
dollars by investing $.50 in stock operations
through the reliable bouse of Alex. Froth
ingham & Co.,brokors, 12 Wall Street, Xew
York Their Weekly Financial Report gives
full information and is sent free.
One case constituted the entire police
business of yesterday. A certain Samuel
Sunvrwell was picked up Saturday night,
i:i a state of unmistakable intoxication,
lie was brought before Judge Bird yester
day afternoon, and fined two dollars and
the costs of the proceeding, lie had no
money, and will be compelled to substitute
live days labor.
We have been told that the Wabash
Valley Railroad Company, and not the C. &
V., became the purchaser of the Paris &
Danville Railroad, and that it may be put
down among the probabilities that the C. fc
V. will, through the construction of a link
reaching from Mount Citrincl to St. Fran
cisville, connect with the P. & D.. and thus
provide another (but shorter and more di
rect; route to Chicago.
After placing the "Alleged Poisoning
Case" into type we extended .further inquir
ies; and although we received assurance
that there had been foul play in the taking
off of Bowman, we are apprehensive that
what was at first a suspicion among some of
the colored folks, has since then resolved it
self into a conviction. We would, there
fore, have the reader tike the story as we
take it, w ith many grains of allowance.
Why suffer with a bad cold it one Itottlc
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure a cough
of the worst kind ? 1 r. Bull's Cough Syrup
ii sold for 25 cents per iKittle, or five tattles
fvr $1.00 in every respectable drug store in
tfie United States.
A few more Boy's Hats lor 30 cents,
slightly damaged, at O. Haythorn 6c Co.'s.
South Amekica and Solthkrx Uxitkd
States. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all dis
eases arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. Thev should ot course, at all
times keep fhe liver active, and to our read
ers wo would recommend Tahler's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten save money and much suffering. Price
r0 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
Foisi). on Kighth street, last week, a
cross und chain. The owner can have the
same by calling at Ed Theilicke's grocery satisfying bis customers than Nick Wil
store aud paying the expense of this notice. liauis, whose meat stand is on the corner of
! Washington avenue and Twentieth street.
TnE Finkst Stovks in the world. The
Westminster Base Burner, and tho Cham
pion Monitor cook stove, at A. Hiilley's.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will hold a meeting at the Teniier-
ance Heform hall this afternoon, (Tuesday)
at 2li o'clock, for tho purose of electing
ollicers for the ensuing year. All members
of the Union are urgently requested to at
tend. By order of the president,
Moi.lie E. Webb, Scc'y.
A REPORTED POISONING CASE.
THK AI.LK0KD VICTIM llKAI) A WOMAN IN
TIIK CASK, ETC.
We came into possession of information,
yesterday, which, if true, points to4he com
mission of a great crime which resulted as
it was manifestly intended it should, in tho
death of the victim of it. We give the in
formation as wo received it, vouching for
the correctness of none of it, although we
have no reason for disbelieving any of it.
Tho story runs thus : Up to a few days
ago a negro woman, named Brown, resided
with her unmarried daughter, wnnewhero
in tho neighborhood of Poplar and Twen
tieth street. An unmarried negro man,
named Bud Bowman, who lived on Twenty
secoad street, was on termB of familiarity
with the daughter, whom the mother was
determined should marry somebody else.
Bowman was the obstacle in the way, his
influenco over tho girl being so great
that she would do nothing con
trary to his wishes. Of course it
Wt'S his wish that hIio should not marry
the other fellow j and this wish tho girl ob
served despite the entreaties and importuni
ties of the mother. Thus matters rested
Until Wednesday or Thursday last, when, as
is alleged, the mother conceived the horrible
idea of putting Bowman out of the way.
In pursuance of this wicked resolve she by
some means (Missessed herself of some ar
senic or strychnine, which she mixed with
a quantity of gin. This poisoned gin, we
are told, was placed into tho hands of a
third party. As this party may have been
innocent of any purpose to do wrong, we
withhold hit name. He met Bowman some
where on Twcutieth street, and offered him
the fatal drink. Bowman nt first refused,
but being urged to drink, put tho bottle to
his lips and took a heurty swallow or two.
In a few minutes he was seized with a diz
ziness, which, continuing to increase, ho had
to have assistance In reaching home. Once
there ho was placed in bed, where ho re
mained until Sunday morning, when he
died. Meanwhile the woman left the city;
but it Ls thought that she may be found in
the neighborhood of Hodges' park. Bow
man's remains were interred in tho Seven
mile graveyard, on the afternoon of tho day
upon which he died.
These are all the particular at hand. We
met several colored persons w ho claimed to
have some knowledge of the affair; but as
they did not relish the idea of being brought
bi lore the court, we could get but little out
of them. Of a certainty, we can only say
this, that Bowman is dead, and that there is
a profound impression among certain color
ed people of the neighborhood, that he was
foully dealt with. Any additional informa
tion or any confirmation of that already
given, that we may receive to-day, will be
given to our readers to-morrow.
Chkw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. A rct.L line of ladies shoes at low prices
at O. Ilaythoru & Co.V.
Bcv your school Uboks ot A. W. Pyatt it
Co. Their stock is complete, and their
prices Mich as defy successful competition.
Lakoe line of Blankets and Quilts for
sale by O. Haythorn & Co., very cheap.
Foil a good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, goto Henry
Schick's barber shop, No. 142 Commercial
Men's Good Winter Bimts for sale by O.
Ilavthorn it Co., at $2.00.
Tkkkk Hcnuukd Cases Boots and Shoes
jiist received, and for sale, wholesale und
retail, by O. Haythorn & Co., at prices as
low as they can be bought in any city in
Smokf.hs, if yon wish n fine "Key West"
r "Imported'' cigar, call at Korsmeyer's
cigar store. It is the only place iu the city
almost daily in reeipt of fresh goods
Lost on Saturday evening, either on
Tenth, Washington or Eighth street, aOoM
Locket, Cameo faced, and containing pho
tograph. The finder will please leave it at
Bn.l.i.TiN ( tlice, and receive reward.
It' you would save money, buy your
school books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
att fc Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices urc
as low as the lowest.
TuE crowds of people to be seen at the
counters of O. Haythorn it (Jo.'s popular
Boot, Shoe and Dry (lood house, prove that
it is place to buy
Thk parents and guardians of school
children should bear in mind that A. W.
Pyatt it Co. keep every d'-soription of school
tanks used in the public school in Cairo,
and lf- r lh' lit at prices that should have a
controlling influence with economical buy
ers. NlCK WILLIAMS' Mkat
butcher iii the city is more
Uli lttklSj B?,.,.a car t provide himself
wilh choice meat", and to constantly have
on sale every kind that can be taught
else.w'nere. IJci;f, pork, veal, mutton, sau
sage, fresh and pickled tongues, etc. Put
him to the test, and see if we over-state
Skk our custom made shoes for children,
$1.23; for misses, ? 1. 40. 'I hey are Z per
cent, cheaper than goods of the same qual
ity can be had elsewhere.
O. Hatthorn d: Co.
TiiK Women's Christian Temperance
Union wili hold a meeting in the Temper
ance Heform Hall Tuesday, Nov. l'Jth,
187S at 2Ji o'clock for the purpose of
electtng officers for the ensuing year. All
members and friends of the cause of temper
ance, are urgently requested to attend.
By order of the President.
Mollif. E. W'F.nn, Sec't.
LETTIE COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrsf. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patrons that she is again at their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit the times.
Livku is Kino. Tho livens the imperial
organ of tho whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness ol
man. hen it is disturbed tn its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are thn natural
result. The digestion of lood, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and uervous system are all imine
diatcly connected with thu workings of the
liver. It has been successfully proved that
Oroen's August Flower is unequaled in cur
ing all jM.'rsous afflicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp.
tonis that result from an unhealthy condition
of tho liver and stomach. Santnlo tattlo to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in all towns
on tho western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
p i I a IN IX DR
CO H. COMMKHCJAT, AV.
GEO. E. O'HAIIA, Proprietor,
In mpplleil w ith a full to k of F10I1 1)iiij.
Al) Toilet Konp Perfumery, HriiflicK, etc., and a Full I.lue of all tUn popular 1'ateut ramllr l',i
tinea ol tho day. ' ' l
rfrKsnoflul Care and Atteutlu Rlveu to the
Qckiiy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
."Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
Tub PitiMAitv Caise ok a Disiant
Btmi'tom Nervousness is rarely a disease iu
itself inherent, but is the lineal offspring of
dyspepsia, in a majority of the cases. The
nervous disturbance is at first trifling, but
ultimately its parent so undermines the
general health, as to produce consequences
very threatening to that great nervous cen
tre, tho brain. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
is the most powerful medicinal opponent of
the ravages of indigestion, and protects the
nervous system from them. The tremors,
the unnatural anxiety, tho headaches, the
sleeplessness and loss of appetite which
characterize dig'stiva irregularity and
weakness and which are almost invariably
accompanied by an uncertain condition ol
the IkiwcIs and inactivity of the liver, are
all eradicated by this great matchless cor
rective, and when nervousness does not pro
ceed from the cause designated, it affords
most grateful relief.
! here'.iv irlveil to Nellie finlTiiev, Tln'iilliv tinifii'v.
Wiiie.m i.r.tlii. y and .Mury tiaffm-y. Ilifil lcl I Onrt
11. -y liu il' ii a p.-tilui!) au':iin-( tln-111 tor in ri Ufoii of
the preiniref lien -rilied 111 mid peiitinn. hlrh iiii
i now eiiiii in the Alexiiiirirr eirrtilt nitirl. and
that n.mm.'iii. hut h.-en i--m-d in r.iid nit a''iint
ynii. reinriiahle mi the ilr-t day of the next .iHiin.iry
term. Isp.!. of -Hid Alesatider riretiil ro.iri, In he he-'.-mi
add hnhli'ii al Oh1 ( nnrl huiipe in the rliv nf
( aim. Alejiihder rn'iuty, lliiimia, ou the Jtre t ilmi
dav of Jaiiunrv. ls.'.i.
J SO. A. liKKVK.
Clerk f aid court.
LKXANDLU COUNTY BANK,
Coiiiinci'cial Avenue aud Kigluli Street,
F. HHOSS. I're.hlent.
1' SKKK. Yire-I'reiodvut.
II. WH.LS. ( a-hler.
'1. ). KKKTH. AH.IfloM Cl-hi'T.
P. Ilro'. Cairo;
I'eier Ned. i 'airo;
C. M. onerhih.
K. Iluder. Cairo;
Chan. O I'aller,
William Klnse, Cairo;
William Wolf, ( airo;
It. I. Hlllin:ier. St. I.011U;
I. V. Cleuirou. Cuiedoiiia.
GF.NKHAL n.VNKINfi Bf SlNKsS I)ONK. Er
1 V hanife ioU and bought. Inlerenl Iiaitl in llm
saving, liepartiuent. Cnlleclioim maue and all
htiHiiem promptly attended to.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL. 8 100,000
W. J. II AI.I.IDAV. p-e.iden!.
Ii. I. M A I.I.J HA V. Viie I'n -id. I.t.
ALT hit in SLOP, Caidiii-r.
a UTAAH T4TLOK. W. f. II AU.IIIA V.
lltVKV I.. H.U.UI.AV, H. II. I I N S I Mill A K,
U. U. W1U.IAX-ON, 'TI I'IO.N blllll,
II. II CASUH.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BuL'CHT and sold.
I)eirit received and a eer.eral W.kinij !ulnen
JANTLIU'lUSE SAYINGS BANK,
Chartered March ill, lf!f,9.
OFlTICfc IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTKKEST paid on depotlta Marrh lt and Sep.
temher Int. Interest not withdrwn l added im-
medlutely tn thn principal of thu dcpuit. thcruhy
Klviuj( them compound intercut.
Children and married women muy deposit
money and no one else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP, Treasurer.
WHOLKSALE M INKS AND MytOItS
WlioleMulo and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind:,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MEHSItS. PMYTII 4 CO. havn e onnantly a larif!
Mock of the bent (toda In ihm market and viva
especial aUenUou to thn wuoleaali) branch f tho
AN 1 ) KIOIIT1 :i :NTJ I ST.
Medicine aud CheuilcuU of undoubted purity.
rompouudingof pliynlfluua' prenrrlnllon.
NEW YORK STOIIK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Variety Slock
IX TIIK CITY
(iOODSSOLI) VKItV CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth atreet and 1
l iiiniiiereial Ave., f
O. O. PATIKK iV CO.
MtV (loops. Kit ,
The largest wlioloule and retail Tiiy
fioods and Clothing Jlonc in tliN i il :
are receiving new floods daily and nr.
offering great bargains in tlicnio-t hand
some lines of CARPKTS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, CaO.nieifs. Lou
rcttes, and a great many other new
styles of Ihtss Ootid, Fans Etc.: in
fact in every department of their
ness, they cordially invite the i:b!ic
to rail arid see their stock.
The Cairo lox and Basket Co.
l'loox'inj?, Siding. L.:iih. Kt(
At the very lowed r0 .
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OI'.OKIi
On the hnrteHu otic.
SI'KCIAI.TY made of M T.'.Vtll'iAT I.VMIl--'
1 We alMj inaniila. Hire KUL'IT IU iX M AT Kill .. ,.-
I rui Iter. I'andv. I'ac kiiof llusi Suve, llead :,,
IKH.MAVS I.IVKIl PAHS.
Oliio Levee and