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yjT II. MAIUSArJ, M. V.t
" Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
fimrn 10 Cotnmnrclal Kvifti tie. " Rosldenc corner
Fourteenth bU aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
jyn E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Osnci-No. 136 Commercial Avcnuo, bctwoon
Eighth and Ninth Street
JJR. TV. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-ElghtU 8troot, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpbans' Mu
tual AhJ Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avenue.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Sldewbocl Passongor Steamer
S CHAMPION eiai
A.J. BIRD .. Clerk.
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, for
Paducab. Metropolis aud way landing. For
freight or passage, apply to SOL. A. S1LLR,
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE 2bSl STATES.
On and after Monday, June 16, the boat will make
mo following trips:
LIAVEft LEAVES LEAVER
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
? a. m.
M a. m.
11 a. m.
2 p. m.
:30 p. m.
3 p. m.
7 ::0 a. tn.
.) a. m.
11:40 a. m.
o:90 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. ni.
T. LOUIS FAIR.
S3.ao HOUND TRIP!
On aud after Friday, October 3d, tut-
Will tuko passenger from Cairo to attend the
ureal St. Louis Fair, at one fore for round trip.
Tickets (rood nntll October lltU. The
CITY OF GREENVILLE
Will leave Cairo on Sunday evening and arrive In
St. Louis In time to enable her passengers to wit
ness the grand pageant of the Veiled Prophet.
J. T.WARREN & CO.
flUGGW. Second St,
Foreign aud Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
le, Sauces, Oils aud Condiments. Soup
stuffs, Baking Powders, ground aud
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jojllcs, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCEPvS' MANUEL."
UN THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDElt
Win remove to his commodious and handsome
new store, ou
KEX'f DOOR TO BCHUIl'8 NEW DRUG STORK
lie will Oitn with the finest stock of Jewelry
than In bis present quarters, he will keep on hand
. . . r nuu n n 1 1 uk mora rnon
targe nova ui iuv uiuvraui Krauusot
Mid other Musical In strum cuts and merchandise,
lie will alwans have In the store can.hln .n ...
liable tuner aud teacher, and will cater especially
to the ninslcal nubile. Those contemulutliiu nil r
bearing pianos or organs, would do well to wuit
no inspect ni iiock. l.i. a. uvunii,
Klginb streot ana Washington Ave,
TIID DAILY BUILETIK
ENTERED AT THE P06T OFFICE. IN CA1KO, II,
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDKB COITNTY,
Only Morning1 Daily in Southern Illinois,
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Caiho, 111., October 8, 18T. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Uum. 'Wind. Vt'l Weather.
1:4(1 .m :.2i
11:11 " ).8l '
8.-41) " 311.1.1
Temnerature. sno : Minimum jein
puraturu, 703; Rainfall, O.Oi inch. t
, . 11. Ilil 1 ,
Sore't Signal Corns, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Why don't tho Sim tisk "How wo like
this weather" any how?
Mr. And Mre. John Mackie reached tho
city, Thursday "evening, ami will make
Cairo their permanent home.
If you want to feel well and lively, use
Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills. All druggists
keep them. Price 25 cents.
At the court house yesterday afternoon
the public interest was not so well repre
sented as for the past 3 or 4 days.
Two interesting liquor cases will be
tiied to-morrow m the police courts.
Charge: violation of tho Sunday law.
Tho fine imposed by Justice , Comings,
we understand, upon our affable city attor
ney, will bo collected Wednesday next.
Judge Allen will commence his speech
in the Hogan case this morning. It prom
ises to bo one of tho Judge's great efforts.
A Bpccial meeting of the Taxpayers'
association will be held next Tuesday even-'
ing. It is desirable that at least a quorum
meet as early as 7 o'clock.
Less than twenty per cent, of our city
bonds have been funded, up to date; and
tho matter seems to have come to r
To day and to-morrow are the remain'
ing days in which to get the regular dis
count at tho Cairo City Gas Company's
office. Call often and early.
The Irvin property is on Seventh
sircet, and not on Seventeenth, as the com
Dositor made us sav vestcrdav. It will be
sold at private sale and on easy terms.
Smith & Bro., the well known and
popular Poplar street grocers, sport a
brand new spring delivery wagon one of
tho showiest vehicles of the kind in the
Tho editor was so seriously indisposed
yesterday that he could give but little at
tention tohis editorial duties. He expects
to bo all right, however, for the labors of
There was a moderately good crowd
out to hear Col. Lowery last night. His
speech was fully np to Lowery standard.
President Dunning being absent' vice presi
dent Barclay presided.
Police courts, yesterday, were unusual
ly quiet. There was no city business to dis
pose of and the civil cases were continued
in order to give the attorneys an opportuni
ty to attend the trial at the court house.
Hon. Jesse Ware and Capt. Orsamus
Greenlee came before tho court, yesterday
afternoon, and entered themselves as "bail,"
in the sum of $10,000 tor tho appearance
of Mr. Reynolds, who is indicted for
Who is ho and when will he receive
his commission tho 5th ward riatrollinnnf
We could suggest tho names of several
very worthy gentlemen, but then wo don't
want to play the role of police commissioner
and editor at the same time.
For want of a better friend, Cliii-f La
IIuo was compelled to extend his kindly
feeling to an unfortunate at the wharf at
4 :30 p. m. yesterday evening, and cast him
to the city jail. Ton much "boozo" was
The weather is warm and Sixth street,
like all the other streets in tho city, is very
dusty, but dust and heat has had no effect on
the -rui on the "Faultless"' cigar Bold by
Korsmeyer, because it is by far tho best
smoke in the market for 5 cents.
-rlf the adjacent villages along the
Narrow Guago contribute, proportionally,
with Ctii.to, in numbers and respectively to
tho attendance at tho St. Louis fair, our 1 1
tlo road will have such a train into St
Louis as never passed over that lino before.
There was a very interesting meeting
of tho Taxpayers' association lust
night. Tho spread of cold chicken,
sliced ham, chicken salad, relishes
and .lemonade was abundant and
good, itnd wo needn't add that full justice
was done to it.
An umbrella mender, in' the city yester
day, called attention to himself by blasts
from a bugle. Ho gives his horn Several
winds, and then tells the Astonished natives
why ho did it. It is nn ingenious device,
and seems to bring customers that tlio
ordinary groan or drawl would fail to reach.
Tho Illinois or Mississippi Central
railroad one or bth, nro erecting a shed
or cover over tho car hoist, abutting tho in
clinc. Tho shed is more for the protection
of tlio men, wo tako it, than for tho pro.
tcctiou or tlio machinery, Tho machinery
h not of the dolieato character that reqtiiroB
protection from moisture.
Marx is still biiBy receiving nnd open
ing now goods. His Btoro looks as thougl
he expected to clotho all creation, and he
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
does come about as near as anyone man
carl, to clothing all tho men" and ljoys of
this part ot creation. Go and look at his
stock, and the prlcos, and then shell out
and clotho yourself.
At the Taxpayers' meeting last night
tho chairman was directed to appoint, at hi
convenience, a committco of ten members
to look after tlio sanitary condition of tho
city, and to maturo, and report to tho asso
ciation such measures as may seem best
calculated to promote and preserve tho
During tho month of .September
ninety-eight persons were arrested and
brought beforo our justices, charged with
violations of our city criminal codo. This
indicates a very lively police business but
is no assurance that tho Justices were ena
bled thereby to "put money in their purses."
As a usual thing less than ten per cent ot
the fees imposed are collected
It is tho intention, wc believe ot Mike
McCool to locate in our midst. In answer
to tho many inquiries directed to us con
cerning tho gentleman; we will here say
that instead of meeting a man of boistrous
mein, when you meet Mike, you will rind
in him a- quiet, unassuming, gentlemanly
How, with tho big heart so cliarnutistio
ot his countrymen.
-The post-ofllce department has hung
conspicuously in its different oftices
throughout the United States, sample
cases of envelopes, with the prices per thou
sand marked upon each grade of envelope,
acting we presume upon the motive that
competion is the life of trade, A sample
case of this description may be seen at our
Remember the Excursion on the Cairo
and St. Louis Railroad to St.
Louis and return to-morrow. Fare
tor round trip $2.00,, Time of ticket ex
tended to October 13th, good on any regular
tntin on pavmeat of three do'.lars addi
tional. This road is in first class shape,
and runs through a beautiful farming
country. Persons going can rely on hav-
a pleasant trip.
At the Central Stork Yards yesterday
th following sales were perfected
U. Li. lltonl to
J. Walter. 1 bull
Jas. Carpenter td
Dan 1 Glade, 2 cows. . . .
A. C. Wyatt to
J. Walter, 4 cows
B. Thomas to
Jno. Glade, 2 cows
Louis Koohlcr, 1 heiler.
Louis Koehler, 2 heifers .
Gus. Williams, 10 sheep.
We have received from the -publishers
Dick & Fitzgerald, New York, specimen
copies of nesv books "Dick's Ethiopian
Scenes aud Stump Speeches," price cents.
"Dick's Irish Dialect Recitations," price- 30
cents, and Dick's Original Album Verses
and Acrostics," ICO pages, fine print, price
59 cents. Either of these books is worth
double the money. Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price. . Address Dick &
Fitzgerald, publishers, New York.
Messrs. Albright and Green made
speeches in the Hogancose, yesterday, both
of them for the defence. Mr. A. consumed
the morning session and a short interval
after dinner. He made a foicible, telling
speech. Judge Green followed in a four
hours speech of much power. In to
morrow's paper we shall present such an
epitome of J udges G. and A's speeches as
will enable the reader to view tile case as
it is viewed from their respective stand
Our evening cotcmporarics say that the
6. & V. railroad company isreceiving, upon
an nverage 20 car loads of cotton daily: that
a colored man living near the conur of
Eighth and Levee, returned home the other
night, and found another colored man occupy
ing his bed. Straightway the husband wwit
for that other nigger, mopped the llooi with
him; knocked him through the side ef the
house; picked him up, carried him up stairs,
threw him out of tho second story window,
jumped down on him, and then told him
he'd better keep' away from dar!
A widow woman living on the Twenty
first street, and charged with the care of two
or three young children, is in most indi
gent, we might snylestitute circumstances.
She was abroad yesterday asking help, but
in nine cases out of ten was referred to the
overseer of tho poor, upon whom she has
no legal claim, because she has resided in
the county but a short time. Her children
iorm an encumbrance that keeps her out of
employment as a house servant, and as she
is not supplied with washing implements,
sho can make nothing in that way. Her lot
is certainly both hafVand hopeless.
Au individual was abroad in the city,
yesterday, selling the recipe for a prepara
tion for killing rats, mice, fleas, bugs and
roaches. Ho is a man of intelligence, fine
address, and a good talker; but his appear
ance, (for which ho apologizes most pro
fusely) is that of the confirmed and chronic
tramp. On his way to Cairo he nto;iped
over in Jackson, Tennessee. Ho stepped in
one of the leading hotels, slept well, bit on
searching around for tho clothing ho tbffed
when ho went to bed, ho was unable t( find
a singlo garment.' His satchel, coat, pants,
vest and boots had been stolen and carried
ftway; and but for tho kiudiicss of tho
landlord who camo to his re?ciio with an
old suit tho dishwasher hail cast off, ho
would, ns ho alleges, been in a most dis
tressing strait. ' Ho is, wo believe, still in
the city. j . i
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1879.
-The trial of John Hogan for tliemur
derofC. D. Artor has excitod an interest
among nil classes of pooplo every scrap of
testimony, every new fact disclosed forming
a topic of discussion In every household in
tho city. Arterisdead, and tho thought
that tho hanging or imprisonment of Hogan
would sorvo no good purpose, In so far as ho
is concerned, has served to paralyzo efforts
looking to Hogan 's punishment,, and to cor
respondingly stimulate effort in behalf of
Hogan. Friends have worked for him in
season nnd out of season, and whatever the
result may bo, tho debt of gratitude ho will
owo his friends, can never bo paid. Tho
State's Attorney and Judgo Allen havo
fought the battle of tho people, faithfully
and well, and let the verdict of tho jury bo
what it may, no ouo can say that they havo
done less than their wholo duty. Less,
certainly, cannot bo said of the attorneys
for tho defence. Had each been working
for tho rescue of a brother ho couldn't havo
been more active in his client's cause.
FEMALE BEAUTY THEN AND NOW.
WEI1E OUR GRANDMOTHERS OR ARE THEIR
GRAND-DAUGHTERS THE MORE BEUATIFL'L.
Women's sphere, women's rights and
wrongs, and women now and women then
are subjects that aro receiving the attention
of our ablest pens, a well in the newspa
pers of tho country as in the more carefully
prepared magazines and periodicals.
The personal beauty of our grandmoth
ers, in their time, and the grand-daughters
of those grandmothers now, frms a topic
which Isaac H. Stoutmeyer, an able south
ern writer, discusses as follows : "Were the
American women, in the days of our grand
mothers, he inquires, any more beautiful than
are their grand-daughters to-day? A retired
and philosophic Boniface asserts that the
women of to-day are handsomer because
they are better fed than in old times. He
claims to have had unusual opportunities
for observation, and is sure that there has
be:n a vast improvement in American
female beauty in the short time measured
by two generations. He t'eclars that fifty
years agb all the young girls ot the richand
well-to-do classes were pale, slender, wan
faced, narrow-chested, stoop-shouldered,
weiring generally the appearance of deli
cate constitutions and feeble health. 'What
ever of beauty they had was spiritual rather
than physical; theirs was the fair pallor, or
the hectic bloom of disease, rather than the
glow and vigor and flush of health. This
at any rate is what our gastronomic philoso
pher says of our grandmothers.
Whether or not the facts are as they are
stated must be decided by those who knew
the women of three generations ago when
they were young ladies. This deponent
cannot speak from any actual experience on
the subject. Our personal recollection is,
ho-wnvcr. that the nramltwtlierswere stal
wart and substantial ladies, eminently able
to use the slipper or other engine of dis
cipline aud punishment with great vigor on
the young culprit. The philosopher, whose
theory we are recording, declares, however,
to the contrary, and insits that the young
women of fifty years or so ago
were imbued with the idea that it was ex
ceedingly vulgar for a lady to be given to
gastronomic indulgences. To cat heartily
was gross and unrefined, and to eat certain
sorts of food, such as eggs, oysters and the
like, was little short of positive impro
priety. Bread and butter and a little tea
were the staples of the fare allowed to the
truly refined young ladies, while a general
starvation policy was considered the right
thing for them. Add to this tight lacing
thee in vogue ami you have the primary
causes of a constitutional decay and estab
lished ill health which preyed upon and
steadily destroyed the beauty of American
In the present gCDcratioD this entire
policy has been changed. Tight lacing is
obsolete, and woman, so far from thinking
it gross and vulgar to eat. are emancipated
from all restints and eat aud drink what
they please. As a result a radical change
has taken place in the health an 1 physi
que of American women. They are well
nourished and hence they are full of blood
aud vigor. They grow in stature, they ex
pand in form, they gain in avoirdupois, and
the hues ot health glow on their faces.
Good feeding is thus declared to be the
panacea for every disease aud tho true
cosmetic for the restoration of beauty. The
high feeding school has taken the place of
the starvation system, and with it has de
veloped a tastj for embonpoint,
buxomness, redness and retttnd
ity. This is an Old World taste
and to it the New World is coming. The
Chinese, tho Hottentots, tho Turks and
other Eastern people admire fat beauties.
Tho houris of Mahomet's paradise are ro
tund, with faces like moons, while a lean
woman finds no favor in celestial eyes. The
masculine taste in Europe is conforming
itself to such an ideal, and this type of
beauty would seem to bo growing in de
mand in our own country. Wo havo not
got the national tasto up to this point yet
but doubtless it will grow to If in time ; and
there must bo severe courses of gormandiz
ing, and fearful risks of colics nud indiges
tion beforo wo get our girls into the fashion.
Fashion is imperious and imperial, and if
wo nro to havo fat fairies and adipose
angels as our types of beauty, then wo will
have them at any cost. The fertility of re
source that can cliaugo the brunette to tho
blonde at will, can surely Bud s.mio way to
develop o becoming corpulence m the most
deltcato and fragilo and willowy of our
A UST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN TUB POST-
OFFICE AT CAIRO, ILLS., ON THE 4Tn DAV
OF OCTOBER, 1870. '
Dilllnus'.y, Louisa Mm;
Ciiliuuau, IMdilio Mrs.;
Ellison, Ellmoru Mrs.;
Gill, Ella Miss:
Parry, Mnry Mrs.;
brooks, Ellle Miss;
Conn, Kvtle Mrs.;
Driver, Mary Mrs.;
Gardner, LUzlu Mrs. ;
lllllHMiriio, Llz.lo MIhs:
McCllmlck, Finds Mint:
ltli'H Hnlllu Mix?
Harris, I'eunl Ann Mrs.
Hluifes, Husan Min;
Martin, George Mrs. :
I'opp, Annie Mrs.:
rniltu. Mary E. Mrs.;
Hhordo, Hiielu'll Mrs
Williams, Henrietta Mrs. ;(S) Williams, NaucyMlss;
ain'.T, oarau miss
Rates, A. E.;
Uradlfv. C. D.; '
Champion, Pi ter;
Colly ,!r, Frank A.;
De Lin-aug. L. V, ;
Eiroy, J. H.;
Flee m uu. C. J.;
Freeman, H. ;
Huluer, E. J.;
Mailli-oii, Ja. H. ;
Nye, c iem C;
R!ns;o, Alvln L.
Sinioud. 11. G.;
VottLsr, Chris 0.
Fav, J. A. A Co.;
Fitzgerald, F. ;
Johnson. J. J.:
Montgomery. J. C. ;
Pratt, Geo. H.;
Royster, Jno. Henry
Snanldlng. E. O. ;
Welter. II . & Co.;
Wilson, T. J.;
5.PI'lcaso call for advertised letters when In
quiring for tie above. GEO. W, MeKE.UU,
Just received nnd kept constantly on hand
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' Hou.-.c
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
SPECIAL I5USIXKSS NOTICES.
lot,' miss it if you buv clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A
Murx, the favorite clothier. CI Ohio Levee
Geo. O'Hara has just received a new
invoice oi roroes rails, o. l isa sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
A. Marx, iu New York, purchase
the finest stock of men's, boys' an
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo
will j:iy you to await tne opening
entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. i" Stetson huts. etc. A
Jiarx, tne sueces-iul clothier, CI Ohio
ANTi-hELLUM Pine At the barber
fj'iop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, eay chairs, al
me ii.ie pajiers. clean tnwe.s. Keen razors
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isiuctory work. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Slitimpooin
25 cents. Giv him a call.
ine lusiiionaoie oot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to tr.e public generally, that lie
can still be found at his shop in the Athe
neum building, where he .is prepared to
make to order, boots or shot of the latest
style from the best material an! of the
rinest workmanship. As lie uses nothing
but A No. 1 stuck, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or uo sale.
The regular examinations will be held on
the first Saturday of each month in the
County Treasurer's office at the court house,
and on Friday and Saturday, the 3d am!
Itn ol October, an examination will beheld
at the high school building for the accom
modation of our city teacher, commencing
promptly at 0 o'clock a. ra.
County Superintendent Alexander County
Cairo, Sept. 03d,
STOVES' vi'u EM!
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argand am
ibirliimi : for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cork stoves, the lar'cst
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Hlndersun's.
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
i LI. ADVERTISEMENTS In tl.u o,unn. o
i. x I;-, c ,.iu- cm! or win ti.- f n : l7 1 -i-... t for j:
ti '.-v.-rv lii'-rdouil uni.::i. l.r-c ) moi.ths with
o",t ciiatisie. $'.'' I'cr ni"iith. Kadi additional
r.ue. rew, F:r.is!ioi war.t.ii tree.
P.oiiril In prlviie f.mlly for two c.ntitrii'-n on ci
bear Twentieth. Address to A. It. C. Cairo, Ills
A large solid walnut wnrbri'be. Price Sin (fi.
I.- i.. ..fx,-, f... .......
.-i.'l'ii;,- i.i .'irv oilmen, .o. i emu iin'i i.
HOfSE FOR SALE.
Cottii'e ound tlmliers, c.iv to innve
vi nut tlie U: Micatcd, Enquire at Tfis Pn.mix
A dwelling. llvoMom aid kitchen. Twentieth
":, t, ui'iir court house. Enqt'.Iru at 11. Mkvkk's
IW.Mt nTolEB .
Fon Sai.K .Separately or together, a set of single
hai in".-, u new. luiggy cushion and a huggv whip,
Apply nt UaliP-tlu hlnderv. Jm E, liniKK.
nEAmlRTEPs FOR FINE AuTilEPY GOODS
Ilrtwu. Arrows. Turg"t, Shooting Glum, etc. Tut
C. W. HENDERSON'S. Comaierclul aeL. e. cor
uer Twelfth utreet
Flno steel engravings, for sale. Cntinot he
'loe.glit of Uiu iml'llsher for less than tiri.iuftch.
Will he sold singly for m) each, orthu fottrfor
j;W on. Enquire at Tim Bi-u.ktin bindery,
Own biw and purchasers of Rent Etnto In Culm
shoulil he sure thev have a good title. I am now
prepared to furnish' abstracts at reaotmMe rates.
Office lu Court House.
A No. 1 bar-room aud slu'lvlng (or office furnl
tare) U for sale cheap. AIo tnanv other bar-room
fixtures. Enquire of Charles Nchoentueyer, corner
Tenth street and Washington avenue.
rvimnMoo Hotel. Cairo. Illinois
iu iv K"uu If l, ii m.
Att'ys. I uli Illi,
NEVER FAIL to
make i" ur
montu selling our
ah kel plated FAM
ILY SCALE. It
Is endorsed by the
pres nud public. Its neenrarv, convenience and
cheapness sells It at sight to every housekeeper, lly
Si'iMidng territory, which will be given free, you be
come your own proprietor of a pleasant and prollt
able business, Write for terms nnd territory,
OIIIOSCALE WORKS, lftH'cut. Ave., UticlimaU,
gTOVES! STOVES 1 1
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Also Manufacturer of and Dealer In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
fJTAU. KINDS Of JOn WORK BORIS TO ORDEKj
NO. 27, EICnTII STIIEET,
CAIRO, : : ; IIUXQIS.
JEAT MARKET. "
Corner WashliijMon Avenue and Eight fctrect.
CAIRO, : ' . -: ILLINOIS
A full and compete supply of tho best of all
kinds meat auvuys ou Lr.iiii.
E.- O. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Comer NiutU Street.
CMIUO, : ; ILL1XQI3
MRS. M. A. S WANDER,
Winter's Ploik.form rS. venth Street Mid Com
IVstres to Inform the lailli s of Cairo and Vlrlnlty
fiat she has on hand and receiving dally, direct
Irom l he Eastern e!ti,-. a very large aud complete
stofiC of Ladles and Mi--t s'.
TRIMMED AND I'NTRIMMED HATS.
Hosiery all sizes m;d colors-! ct. to one dollar
per pair Corp, t, Vict, to J.ai, and full aort
Ladies' FuniisliinGootl !
All the very ltet riesigt.s. Prices aslow aspts
sible and goods marked in plain figures. Will tot
be undersold. Call and examine No trouble to
show goods Ladles who do not see what they
VaLt will p'.caseask fori'.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O ' K ICE;
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
1 CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.'
02 Lake St.. 1)3 Seneca St.
m mm w UtJu
Economy in Fuel, Dura
bility, and Convenience.
Completeness of tlesijn, and
Perfeetness of Construction,
Simplicity of Jlnnaffcment, and
General Working: Qualitlrs.
THE BEST AXD HOST KELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
EVERY STOVE RELIABLE,
AND TROVES A SUCCESS
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED. '
Forialo by C.W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And ty First Class Doalcri Kvemrae.. i
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