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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKN1NG, AUGUST 17, lSSO
AND OTHERS SEEKING
Strength and Energy,
WirnOl'TTHE VKE OF DRUGS. ARK RE
yl'ESTEr) TO BEND FCI1 "THE ELKfeTHIO
JlcvlhW," AN ILLUSTRATE!! JOUR
NAL, WHICH 18 PIMLIKUKD
JT TREATS upon TIEALTn, HVOIENE. and
Physical Culture, anil In a complete encyclope
dla of Information for Invalid aud thoae who Hitter
from Nervous, Exhausting and l'alnful Disease.
Every mbject that bear uuon health and human
happiness, receives attention In It page; and the
many question asked by sufiering invalid, who
nave dii-pared of a cure, are answered, and valuable
Information ti volunteered to all who are In need ol
The uhcct of Electric Kelt vcrsn Medicine, and
the hundred and one iUetlonj of vital Importance
lo iiifferlnii humanity, aredJycontldereu and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other who suffer from Nervousand physical
Debility. Ixiss of Manly Vigor. Premature Eibaus
tion aud the many gloomy consequences of early
Indiscretion, etc.. are especially benefited by con
sulting it contents.
The 'ELECTRIC REViEW expose the unmitl
gated fraud practiced by qusck and medical Im
postor who profea to "practice medicine," and
point out the only afe, !nple. and effective road
to Health, Vigor aud Bodily Energy.
Keud your addrss ou postal card fur a copy, and
mfiiMnatiou worih thousand will be lent yoa.
Address, the publisher.
PULVEKMACHER GALVANIC CO,.
Cor. Eighth Vine Streets, Cincinnati, 0.
A Snwlv ami Lflectnal Cure,
Perry Davis' Pain-Killer
Uai stood the tet of FORTY YEARS' trial.
Direction with each Bottle.
SOLD 1IY ALL DKUGGIsm
W WT f Til LOCAL AGENTS everywhere
Ifil'. to tell Tea. Coffee, Baking Fow
OcTunLLiinctf. e'e, by sample, to fami
Ilea. Profit good. Outfit fre. PEOPLE'S TEA
CO., Hoi 6wj. ft. Louis. Mo
If yoa are suffering from
leg on abed of sickness
If you aresimply ailing,
dispirited, without clear
poor health, or langaith
vrill fur Yon.
f vou ft-el weak and
y knowing why.
will keviv Yon.
lind have overtaxed your
ii you are a minister
ae.f with yourpastoral do
out with care and work.
'lea; or a mother, worn
Hop Rittm will
lfyouareamau of bus
atraln of your everyda
tera. tolling over your
uess. weakened by the
duties: a man of let-
Hop Bitt. ru w ill
lirou are young. D(.
-uttering from anyindli
crelioa.orare growing tn
fust, a 1 often tnecaae.
Hup flittr will
1 you are :n me wora
desk, anywhere, and fee
cleansing, toning or lUni
Hon Bittern l
If yon are old, and yooi
hop, on the farm, at the
Dat your svsietu neeos
bating without intexi
What 1 on Veeil .
Ipuise is feeble,
Bern unsteady. aud yonH
Hop tiitlera will
bivf von .New Life
Ilor Bi'ttrs Hnufnc rurite ConijaBj-,
1 i STOP ORGANS music, boxed and
shipped, only 15 New Piano, fl '3 to 1.H".
ryMidmrnnier offer lllnstrated free. Address
Daniel F. litiliy, W ashlngtou, N. J. ,
Agent Wanted for Smith's Biri.k Dktioiart and
huwan-ii piCTOKIAL BIBLES
Addres. or Circulars, A.J. Uolmax CO.. I'blia.
The New Food
Malt Bitter.? Company.
DO not confound this Matchle Renovator of
Feeble and Exhauted Constitution with vio
lent cathartic decoction of vile drug. and rilnon
ltitoxicante Innocently "labeled." MALT MTTKRs
appeal to popular ennridenco because prepared
liom Unfcrmented Malt, Hop and quinine, and
other precton Ingredieut. according to Lleblg,
or.il are richer In the element that n toro to per
manent health tl.e weak, convaleneut, coi.iun.p
t:ve. over worked, nervou. alvi-ple, dypi-pt.c,
biliou. and flrkle In appetite, than all other lornif
ol Malt or Medicine. The genuine are plainly ign-
il ,v Hie rnintiKLV. hold everywhere.
JilTTEUh COMPANY. HUSTON MASS.
Facts Worth Knowing
GINGER, Bl'CHU, MANDRAKE, 8TILLINOIA.
and many other of the belt medicine known are
o aklllfully combined iu PARKEK S UINtiEK
TO v IC a to make It the grcateat BLOOD PURI
The Bent Health and Strength Restorer
So perfect t the compoltion of PARKER'8 G IN
GE R TONIC that no dUease can long exlt where
it 1 ucd. If yoa have dypeplB, headache, rlicu
mutlxm. neuralgia, howel. kidney, or liver disorder
or If you n;ed a mild nimulant, or appetizer, the
Tonic U Jut the medicine for you. n it In highly
curative and Invigorating but never Intoxicating.
Try a fifty cent bottle. our druggist can aupply
BAND I5STRVKEKT CATALOOVS.
(iutivttilwl Hul n Jr(J(J
C.H, Hi'lta, Pnucbri, Pom
pom, firutn Uori' 8in.
Hid litii, ri'.ulfii. ('id-
I.ubm. Htuitll. And Out
fli. annr-Jn. Ma liUtl of
U.IM tW. lildr.il
LYON JJElLY, Ml SUM ... tblcio, 111
M4 II I CTDI.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Brand v, Etc.
No. 137 Ohio Levee.
Open at all Hours, Day and Xijrht,
TP DAILY BULLETIN.
Monday Eveni.no, Aug. 10th, 1860.
The daysaro hot and tho nighta are cool
and pleasant. This forenoon tho Bun was
extremely hot, presaging an approaching
Btorm, that after a sweltering, cloudy after
noon culminated late in a storm of thunder,
lightning and rain.
Busiucss shows some signs of awakening
from its mid-summer sleep and merchants
wear 'more hopeful countenances. It is
thought a change for the better will come
in with September.
FLOUR The market is 6teady and the
movement moderately heavy. Prices rule
about the same as Inst week.
HAY Steady and unchanged. The
local demand requires all receipts of choice
CORN Both mixed and white are scarce
and firm at quotations.
OATS We note a scarcity in the market
owing to light receipts of last few days.
The demand is only moderate.
MEAL The market is quoted dull for
country meal at $2 00, holders are firm at
that price but buyers are off. City meal is
steady at quotations.
BRAN Plenty and easy at all quota
tions.' BUTTER Choice is scarce and in
active request at out side quota
tions. EGGS Receipts of fresh are taken on
arrival and the market rules firm.
CHICKENS The market is lair and
supply and demand about equal.
POTATOES Dull and unchanged.
PEACHES Choice finds ready sale on
PEARS Choice ripe Bartlett's sell read
ily at 5060 ct. per box.
GRAPES Ileceipt3 find ready sale at
prices according to quality 2J to 5 cents.
The preference is given to choice Con
cord. Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The nr.eei nere jrivcn are lor talea from
firrt hatid In round lot. An advance la
charged for broken low in filling order.
W Wit VanoTia
1 Vi vanoue
Jin " choice ,
M) " country, choice M
uo " XXX
m " choice family
4 Onas 45
, 4 3&4 W
4 car Choice new Timothy.
1 car mixed
i car mixeoin balk.
Scar white in bulk....
3 car mixed In bulk
1 car mixed In ;tck.....
3 tar light in balk
i car new in aca....
carit choice in bulk
VV bbi . Country, K. D
1 car lr rk
I car in hulk
No 2. Red
1.1 pkg Choice Northern -5ft
Hit. cnoice .Norinern lKitlK
IS pac kage Southern Illlnon K"
Mi pound Illinoie )i
an) pouud southern llllnola. li."J
Live, per doz 1 OOftlO 50
Scoop chicken 2 75
In coop i-Iirilig 1 50Q.1 75
J cootia hena i '
3 coop choice largo rpring chlckena.... J 00
M boxea u
lflOboxc pcache 25
au Doit cnoice peat snM)
por bhl , 2 Oil
per buahel tO
New. perbbl 100
New per buhel i!i
Breakfat 10 on
Hhouldera 8 25
H. C. Ham,canvaed II OfVftll 50
Clear lde H 50
Clear Rib Bldca none
St. John.... 1 25
Ohio River none
II ounce burlap. 2'( buhela 0
Poach, halve and quarters WIJ
Choice naty , fl 25
Choice medium , 1 uu
Choice , 8
V ft Sft5U
Dry Halt 15
Green Salt "Vtilt
(ireen .....m......m.,..m.. ......... m.,.....m... . ... 7
Hheep Pelt ..... lf2.''.6
Common Lug $J no3 50
Good luga U 001 4 50
Low Leaf. i ntfob 50
(iood Leaf 7 (ft 9 Oft
ledtnm Leaf 5 &ik 7 00
RATES OF FREIGHT. '
Memphis New Orleans Way
Grain perCwt l2!4cte 15ct -JO a
HayperCwt 15 " 90" 25 eta
Flour per bhl 25" 30 ' 40 ct
Pork per bul 3.51" 45" bXicti
Gu Fowler Padncah
Ciiy of Alton M. Loui
hte Genevieve St. Loui
Grand Tower , Kt. Loni
City of Helena .....Yitkfburg
Jauie Howard ..New Orlean
Annie Kelly Ohio
Idlewild .... Evantvllle
Will Kyle Cinc.nnatl
Gu Fowler Padncah
City of Alton New Orleana
Will Kyle m.... New Orlean
City of Helena bt. Lou1
Jame Howard St. Loui
Annie Kelly St. Loui
Beaver St. Loui
Colorado St. Loui
Me Genevleva. Memphi
Grand Tower Ylckabarg
The Colorado ran through her larboard
engine, and passed up Sunday night on one
The John B. Maude will be here to
night for Memphis.
The Anchor line, ever ready to accom
modate their patrons, have concluded to
put in three boats per week to Memphis;
leaving here Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, consisting of the Colorado, Ste.
Genevieve and John B. Maude.
The Gus Fowler brought down a big
instalment of Knights Templar, Sunday,
destined for the great Chicago reunion.
She was well supplied with music.
The Ohio river packet Golden City
jfhould be out to-day from St. Louis in the
Anchor line, for New Orleans, followed by
the Chouteau, Guiding Star and W.P. Hal
The T. T. Ilillman leaves to-day for
Tiptonville, being the maiden trip in a
trade which Camp. Ambrose has decided to
try for the Benson. Frank Redman is the
The Will Kyle added about a thousand
The Gold Dust passed up late last
night for St. Louis.
The Alphabetical Kehlor will be found
at the wharf this evening. Capt. Kineber
is in command. She will fill out here.
The Grand Tower had all she could
tote on tho water, for Vicksburg.
The Ste. Genevieve did not arrive until
late Sunday morning. She made light ad;
ditions for Memphis. 1
The Marine Journal of last week,
devoted its editorial attention to the
wharfage system at Cairo, and demands the
Louisville has reduced its wharfage
tax to f 2 00 per 24 hours, and one dollar for
every additional day. Will S. Hayes and
the C.-J. is credited with forcing the reduc
tion. Stage of river 11 feet, 2 inches; a fall
of 4 inches in the past 24 hours.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Joseph L. Baker is prepared to receive
orders for all kinds ot carriages, buggies
wagons etc., and guarantees satisfaction in
all cases. Shop commercial avenue below
Just received at The Bulletin office a
stock of paper especially for "Uektograph
'Llt-KA D HEALTH.
A "Wonderful Itemedy.
The Groat Internal ami External Rem
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. MALARIA,
Diphtheria, Pnetimo la. Boro Throat, Inflam
mation of the Lung. Ac. Lame Back, Inflamma
tion of the Kidneys, Backuche, Tile, Ilunlona or
Bornnen of the I'eet from whatever cue. Burn
or Setld. and all Inflammatory I)leaea, Prickly
II oat. Humor and all dluace of tho klu. For
all female complaint aud weakuiw It has no
equal. Thnunaml have boon aaved from an un
timely death by It nae. Do not delay, but try It
It la bouchold ueccMtty. Full particular, In
our illuminated card and circuluri, aunt free,
upon application by malt,
A trial will benefit you. Wo guarantee aatlafhe
tlon or money refunded. 1'rlcp, 50c. and 1 per
bottle, TrlnlhottleiSoc, Sold by all drugirUls.
, Hanhm. Ginnt CoMraxr.
Proprietors. 237 Broadway, Now York
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TJie Daily Bulletin.
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COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
&10 Per Year, S10
If paid Y'early or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column 8 Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
In Advance SB 2. 00
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
11.50 per Y'ear.
BLANK BOOK WORK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.llKinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Fnll Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Testers and
Programmes, iu Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Headi, Statements, Bills Lading, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
jSW YORK SUN
For the Campaign.
The Weekly Sun will be found a ucful aulllarv
bv all who are earnestly working for the reform of
national oovemment. Hcllevin? tnat the evil
which have olonjrhect the country can be cured
only by a change of the party in power. The Sun
carneitly tupport for President and Viee-l'rcai-dent,
Hancock ahd Eugllph.
In order that all thoxe who rympathizo with our
purpoec may mott efficiently co-operate with u,
we will reudThe Weealy Sun tocluh, or lni;lo
nberlber.pot-paid.for TWENTY-FIVE CEN IS
fortbenext three month. Addre
THE 81N. New York Sun.
1 BARENTS tn earch of fcbool for their children
will find proepectueet of the beet in the country
Pincknej's School and College Direc
tory for 18C0.
At office FKEE; fy mail, SIX CEXTS. Special
CaHionie of the beet achool furuiched cntti. T.
COTESWOKTH PIXCKEY S Agency for schools
and teacher, Broadway auij 14th etreet., New York
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY.
CATHARTIC f ALTERATIYE
it rn ml TilTB. SMUT IP1CI71C FOB
Dyspeosia and Kidney Troubles
Send 11.00 for X do, pint bottle. Bold by Drumtlata.
Addrea XUQiBi ILMIUL 8rRUI CO., BimiA It. T. j
1.ADIES AND STOREKEErEK You can get
Choice (iood cheap, by wrlt'.ngon a pastal lor
our price KM, which cnahic you to order by mail
thebt way. and tee the mnuv kinds of merchan
dise wo keep for sale at suprislnaly low price. Wo
send samples of Hamburg, laces, ribbon, fringe,
etc.. If requested. We aell wholesale and retail
for cant) down A new combination svetem en
able u to quote very close prices. W e have ft,
and $.5 piicknire of notions which cunnot be
ooupbt for twice tho money elsewheru, alt wanted
in every family. Money returned If not satisfac
tory, Houghton &, Duttou, MTromunt, St. lloston
ST. LOTUS T.AAV SCHOOL, Law
Department ot Washington University. Four
teenth Annual term commence Wednesday,
October 13, 1Ho. Course of study twonnntial terms
seven months each. Student admitted to senior
class on examination, Tuition, per term. Ad
ores. UKKKX JI1TCUCUVK, IJeun ol racimv,
nt. i.ui in.
A Y EAR and exponse to
ircut. Outfit tree Address. P.
O. VICKLUf, Auuusta. Muiue
Vf wipnpr Advertising Bureau 10 Spruci-Kt.N.Y,
AK -4 t' s s TU8KHKI A YEAR, or $ to
111' 1 U I 11 a day In your own locality
X I il II I No risk Women do a well
fill I f I M faa men. Many make more
v v than the amonnt Uted
above. No ono can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. Yon
can make from OUc to $4 an hour by devoting your
evening and spare time to the hiislniia. It cost
nothing to try the bnslnei. Nothing like It for
money making ever offered before. Huslncsa plea
att and strictly honorable. Koador, If you want to
know all about the best paying business before the
Kibllc, send u your addre and we will tend you
11 particular and private term free;sample
worth Vi alsn freer von run then make UP vour
Slnd for yourself. Address GBORUE 8T1N80N
GrIlA.lSrD PIANO COMPANY
311 and 313 Plum Street Cincinnati, Ohio.
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT PIANOS
Which for beauty of finUb, evtcncf e of action, iweetnes, power and brilliancy of tono. and treat
durability are unexcelled. ' .
A Sr.t-cltiM piano at a very modcrato price Send for lllutratcd catalogue.
GRAND PIANO CO.
No. 311 and 313 Plum Street, Cin'tl, O.
Wltcrca. John P. Gamble and Eliza J. Ramble,
hi wife, did by their deed of trust bearing dato
April iTth.A. D.. 1KT4. and recorded In the record
er' office of Alexander county, Illinois. April th
A. D. 1K4. In book of deeds, pacu one. etc..
convey to the onilersU-ned trustee, the following
described real estate situate in tho City ol Cairo,
County of Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit:
Lots one (1) two (Si, three (3i, four (4i, live (,V, six
nil, seven (7). elk'ht M. nine (in, and ten (in). In
block numbered el(:ht(8i. in the first addition to the
City of Cairo.Illiuols. in trust to secure the Davment
of a certain promissory note In said deed of trust
nesennea; ana wnereas aeiauit 0as Deen made In
the payment of said noto. and said note, remains
lone since past due and nnpald;
Now, therefore, on application of tho legal holder
of said note, notice ishereby given that the under
signed trustee will, on Saturday the 4th day of Sep
tember. A. I),, lMi at tho door of the court house
in said county of Alexander and State of Illinois,
at the hour ofi o'clock p. m.,of said day offer for
sale and sell, at public anction. tothe behest bid
der, for cash, the above described real estate to pay
and satisfy the amount of principal and Interest
due upon said note. WALTER 1IV HLOP,
Cairo. Ills.. July 2$. ISM. Trustee.
Green & Gilbert, attorney.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. Public notice Is hereby given thatby virtuo of a
Judgment and order of tne county court of Alexan
der county, Illinois, made and entered at the Juty
term thereof, A. D. 1890, In a cause wherein Jacob
Rlggle, administrator of the estate of William M.
Atberton. deceated.itplaintitT, and Juda Atherton,
Francis D. Alherton, Thomas J. Craly. Jame M.
Craig, Elzada Finch, Emma Craig, Alice Craig,
Mary Craig, Maria J. Ricgle, Francea M. Atherton,
IlezekiahM. Atherton, Rebecca J. Atherton. Lulu
J. Atberton. William J. Atherton, Ellen Young,
Elizabeth Wicker. Eliza M. Peeler, John Godwin,
Joeeph Godwin, France Young, Smith Young,
James F. Hutson, Fordlce Ireland, Jamea P. Coil
and Daniel Lence, are defendante, lor the rale of
real estate to pay the debt of the said deceased
William i. Atherton, I, the undersigned adminis
trator. Jacob Higgle, will on Thursday, the 2titb day
of Angusu A. D. 18H at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m at the Depot of the Cairo and St. Loui rail
road company, at Hodge' Park in said county, pro
ceed to sel I at nubile tale to the highest, bidder the
following described real estate, namely:
Then w n w ofS ti, T Id, S K 1 west; n w w of
S i T 15, 8 R 3 west; n e n e of 8 as, T 15, S R
2 west; the nndivided H of the e n e. S 44, T 15,
S R2 west: aud the undivided one-fourth of the
following described tracts of land, e H n w 4 21,
T16, P R 2 west: n e s w of 8 21, T 11, 8 R 2 ':
nweeors 21,T 108 Rawest: ee of 8 , T
Id. MR 2 west; all In Alexander county, Ilhf)la,
and the following described lots In Hodge,yj'uarli
in raid Alexander county: Lot No. 2, .'' A in
blocks; lot 7 In block 4: lota No. 2, 4 ifflft in
blocks; lots No. 2.4 and Sin block 6; lot and 10
block T; lot No. 4 and 8 In block Si 1-n 8. block
14; lot No. 3. 5, 7 and S in block 15: lot tt block
16: lota No. 1,3 and 5 In block 17; lot 6 block 18;
lot 1 block 19: lot 1 block SO; lot No. 1, H. 5 and 7
in block 21 ; lots Nos. 4 anH 6 in block 22; lot No.
1 S, and Tin block 23; lot No 2, 4 and 6 in block
24: aud lot 10 in block 13, for the purpose orpav
lng the debts of the estate of said William H.Atb
The terms of sale will be one-tblrd cash down,
one ttiird In six month and one-third in one year,
with no'es, and also a mortgage on the the real
estate sold, to secure the deferred payments, and
the notes to draw interest at rate of six per cent.
per annum. All sale for ten dollar or less to t4
paid down. JACOB HIGGLE,
Cairo. 111., July 17, lt0. Administrator.
SALE OF REAL ES
Public notice I hereby given that by virtue of a
Judgment and order of the county court of Alex
ander county. Illinois, made and entered at the
June term thereof. A. D.. 1ffl. in a cause wherein
klizaJ. Twente, administratrix of the estate of
Alexunder Iwente, deceased, Jwa plalntln, and
Ida t'. i wi nte. Amos a. i wente. Asa u 'i wente.
Artnr II. Twente, Js.zra (. Twente, John II. Clark,
iranklln Illtt. and William lo bert. were defend
ant, for the ale of real of renl estate to pay the
debts of the said Alexander Twente. decenred. I,
the undersigned administratrix aa aforesaid, will,
on Wednesday, the 25th day of August. lt8 ', at
Eleven o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court
house In Cairo, in said Alexander county, proceed
to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, the
following described real estate, free and clear of
the dower of the undersigned a widow of the said
The undivided five sixths C-til of the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter, and of the south
west quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv five (2) In township fifteen, south range
No three (3 west of the third principal meridian
In said Alexander county for tb. nurtiose of nay-
ine the debts of said cetate.
The term of sale are, rne-half cash down, and
the balance tn one year with note, and also mort
caee on the real estate sold to secure the deferred
payment; said note to bear Interest at the rate ot
six per cent. ELIZA J. TWENTE.
Cairo, ill,, duly 17, m Administratrix.
State of Illinois Alexander County ss.
In the circuit court of Alexauder county, Sep
tember terra. ISSii.
City National Banaor Cairo vs. caronro e. si or
ris in her own right, and a executrix of v m. II.
Slorrls, deceased: Carrie W. Mom. rri'dencR s.
Aiorris, Charles H. Morris and Marguerite E. Mor
ris. Hill to foreclose mortgage.
Notice is hereby given of tho pendency or tne
above suit, and that the time and place ol i be return
ofsummon iu the case is on the first duy ol the next
term of said court, to be bolden at the court house
In the City of Cairo In said County, on the third
MoudavofSeptembernext. .IU11N A.HhfiYi;
uiern oi saiu loun.
Cairo, Ills.. August lMh. 18tH
Greeu Jt Gilbert, Solicitor forC'omplalnant.
NO PATENT, NO PAY.
obtained for mechanical device, medical or other
compound, ornamental design, trade-mark and
label. Caveats, Assignments, Interferences, in
fringement, and all matters relating to Patents,
promptly attended to. We mako prellmlnaiy ex-
.mtuatlon and ruruisn opininna a to paieniauui'
f , Tree or cnargo, anu al wno are lniercaicu in new
lventiou and l'atenla are Invited to (end fort
opyofour "Guide for obtaining patent," which
I sent free to any addriress, and contains complete
istructlons how to obtain Patent and other valu
hie matter. During the pas', five yoar wo have
obtained nearly three thousand Patents for Ameri
can and Foreign Inventor, and can give satisfactory
reference In almost every county In the Union . .
Addi-ess: I.UL lf rJAUunn A I.U.. noiiciior Ol
Patent and Attorney at Law, Le Droit Building
w asn'igtsin. u, v.
Morgan Park, Cook Co., Ilia ,
A Christian family school for boy. Location at
tractive. Edncatlonal facilities nusurpaased. Sea
slon begins Hepiember Tin, m, tut run luior
laatlon tend for catalogue.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat. '
C. W. WHEELER, ,
Summer Wood and Kindling:
constantly on hmd
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load. ,
The "trimming" are coarse shaving and make
the beat summer wood for cooking purpose a well
aa the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
smith's use in setting tire, they are unequalled..
Leave your order at the Tenth street wood yard.
ALL SOSi'rS,' SIZES AND STYLES, '
Mannlacturer of and Dealer InAlto
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
tVlIX KIND OF JOB WORK HON I TO OltDIRf
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET,
CAIRO. : . ILLINOIS
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
crOODS SOID VERY CLOSE
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