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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING,
AUGUST 27, 1880.
THE DAILY BULLETIK
IliTCHED AT THE POHT WICK IN CAIIIO, ft
LIKOfS, A (SECOJi'lWLAfiS MATTEH,
OFFICIAL PAPKUOF ALBIANDEH COITNTY.
Krrut II. ThtUx-k-, Cltv Kditor.
Only Mornina: Daily in Southern Illinois.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WEATHKH REPORT.
Siokai Omri, l
Cairo, 111.. Aazut'.'ti, 18.40. (
Time. Bar. Ther. num. Wind. Vel Weather.
am :.03 78 8i H 1 Fair
7 " OM.Oj 84 TS caim 0 Fair
10 30.(W (M f9 NW 8 Fair
a p. m., 39.97 HA 8 SW 5 Fair
Mailmum Temperature. !; Minimum Tern,
perature, 7SO : Kalnfall O.flO Inchon.
River 7 fuel W Inches Fall 1 inchei
W. H. RAT,
Scre't Siifnal Con. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticca la this column, flvo cent per Hue, each
The undersigned will, on and after
Slay 1st, be prepared to lurnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furuihed
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at 11.23 per gal Inn in quantities frum
one gallon upwards. Robeut Hewett,
IIow sad when lovely women show by
The death's dart wiulded, by the hand be
nign; How good when death relenting, sheaths
And when Springs Blosora's U9ed, at once
Paul G. Scmir, Agt.
TO THE SICK.
To the invalid public everywhere,' whose
means will admit of their securing treat
ment with the Electro Vapor and ucdicut
ed baths, we beg leave to bid them Impel
There is no timo to waste in despondency !
TTWllli a nirnin wit Inn vniir rmiph ' it' imrr
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treatment has failed to benefit you try
something else. Thousands have gone to
Hot Springs, Arkansas, with the most dis
tressing maladies and returned cured. Our
system of treatment is positively an im
provement upon those springs, because we
have all their medical advantages, with the
addition of electricity, which
every intelligent physician now
concedes to be a powerful curative
agent in the hands of Science, we here ad
ministered hundreds of theso baths in every
form of disease acute and chronic to all
ages and both sexes. And we unhesita
tingly affirm that there is no single or com
bined remedy that has come within the
range of our knowledge during an exten
sive practice of over twenty-five years stand
ing which carries such speedy and complete
relief to suffering humanity as do these
baths where judiciously administered.
Bathing hours from eight to eleven A. M.
from one to five, and from seven to eight P.
M. Office of Dr. Win. II. Marean, No. 140
Commercial avenue between Eighth and
lost received at The Bulletin office a
stock of paper especially for "Htktograph
Mr. Fred Koehler opened his meat
market on the corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar Saturday last and displayed an im
mense quantity of the choicest meals of all
kinds. Having furnished our citizens with
meats as far back as the memory of man
reaches, he is acquainted with the their
needs and wishes and has made a practice
of catering to their wants. He buys only
the best and healthiest stock in large num
bers and therefore his patrons are assured,
when purchasing trom him, that they re-
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able rates. The place, corner of Nine
leenth and Poplar, should not be forgotten.
THE BOSS PUMP
la the Itest cistern pump ever used. It
purifies the water, carrying several gallons
of air to the bottom of the cistern at every
turn of the crank, cannot get ut of order,
Is noiseless and cheap. Hundreds of them
are in use and in no case would the pur
chasers do without them. Send lor price
list or call and examine them, at our lum
office. Lancaster & Rice, Agents.
XI. Antrim has opened a tailoring and
general repainog establishment whero
scouring, cleaning and renovating clothing,
will be done on short notice. He wiil carry
full line of piece goods, and manufacture
suits to onier, guaranteeing satisfaction.
Shop in Alba's new building on Commer
It Is not extraordinary that the first
thing in a boot ' is the "last" ami
the first thing iu the world to
cure dyspepsia and bilious complaints is
8pring Blossom. IMul G. Scliuli, agent.
The War amonu Boot axd Shoe Deal
ers il raging, but it is generally conceded
that the best place to buy is at C. Koch's
shoe store, where always will be found the
largest and be.U stock of custom hand-made
boots and shoes tor tho lowe t prices. We
are dully receiving new goods, and doubt-
; leu carry tho largest stock of custom-made
goods in this city, of the host manufacturers.
For bargains call at C. Koch, No. 00 Com
mercial avenue, between 5th and 6th streets.
CAMP MEETING AT MURPHYSBORO
Sunday, Sf.pi. 3th.,
Continuing over two Sabbaths, led aud con
Maj. Gen. IIaskei.landLieut.Gen.Greer
Refreshmments and lodgings furnished
for a multitude. Four meetings daily, 7
a.m., 12 m., 4 and 7:30 p.m.
fcjfllalf fare rates all over the Narrow
Special trains for Sunday September 5th,
A. Mr P- M-
8:00 Sparta 10:53
8:16 Rosborough 10 -.'36
8:!J0 Percy 10:23
8:53 Campbell's Hill 10:00
9:07 Ava 0:40
0:20 Gillsburgh 9:24
9:44 Lewis Mine 9:10
9:47 Harrison June 9:07
9:53 Murphysboro 9:00
By order of L. M. Johnson,
Newspapers at each place will please
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these columns, ten centa per line,
each lncrtlon. Marked
Mr. John Brown is a father. The baby
is a healthy boy.
Mr. Sam'l Burger has gone east on a
Chief of Police RobiBSon was yester
day confined to his room by illness.
''Between the Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. John Reeve, left the city for a
short sojourn among his friends yesterday
The suits for the Hancock and English
Bantams and Cadets were expected to ar
rive yesterday evening.
Mr. Ed. Halliday, Jr. leaves to-day for
Peekskill, New York, to attend a military
school. He will be gone about a year.
Mr. A. II." Irvin, who has been out in
the country since Monday returned to the
city yesterday, looking bright and happy.
The "Roosters" martial band was out
practicing last night aud enlivened various
portions of the city with their music.
Sheriff Hodges went to Hodges park
yesterday where he will sell a number of
lands and lots on which the taxes have
not been paid.
Mr. Louis Bross, son of Judge Bross,
left tor Kansas City on the morning of day
before yesterday. May abundant success
crown his efforts in that new land.
Mrs. W. B. Pettis and children, who
are visiting relatives near Richmond, Vir
ginia, went to the mountains yesterday, and
will be home again about October first.
The Blandville Pres: "We learn that
Miss Minnie O'Shea, of Cairo, will teach
the public school this fall at Donnaldson's
school-house, three miles southeast of
On the 24th inst Hon. John II. Oberly
addressed a harvest home and railroad
celebration at Girard, given in honor of the
completion of the Jacksonville Southeast
Mr. C. Casson yesterday received a
largo stock ot staple and fancy groceries
from the east, and will open and have them
for sale in the Herbert building, at the cor
ner of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Success to him.
Quite a crowd of boys were yesterday
at work tearing down the brick walls of
what was formerly ths cjra meal mill of
A. Mackie. The bricks have been pur
chased by Halliday Bros.
A gentleman from Anna, who is the
agent for the life size portrait of General
Hancock, was in the city, taking orders,
yesterday. They are very handsome aud
aud natural and will probably meet with a
If you have symptoms of chills or jaun
dice, or bilious complaints of any kind, go
to Geo. O II ira and buy a Forbes' Liver
Pad, No. 1. It is a sure cure if worn accord
ing to directions. Ask for Forbes' Pad
Mr. Con Manley who thirty years airo
was one of the staunch citizens of this
place, is in the city paying a short visit to
his nephew, Mr. Pat Mahaney. He has, for
the past four years, been a resident of
Chicago and is now bound lor California.
Our correspondent T. II. C. struck the
nail on the head in . his remarks con
cerning the Republican's "tony" club and
has thoroughly riled the young editor of
the News who, by way ot reply, has suc
ceeded in saying nothing in all he has said.
A camp meeting will be held at Mur
physboro, Sunday, Sept. 5th, continuing
over two Sabbaths and conducted by men
of note, to which the narrow gauge rail
road will carry passengers for half fare.
Refreshments will be on hand in abundance.
Job work, all kinds, up stairs over
Taber's jewelry st .ire. Aldeu's j ib office.
Information received from New Grand
Chain yesterday evening was to the effect
that the Democratic demonstration there
yesterday, exceeded the expectations ot the
oldest "war horses." The crowd was large
and the enthusiasm such as has not been
seen for years.
Iu case nothing interferes, Rev. Whit
taker will deliver his lecture in the Reform
hall this evening, and since the lecture will
doubtless be both interesting and instructive
our temperance people should turn out in
force aud our anti-temperance people ditto.
Misses Gaits aud Howard went to
Chicago some days ago for pleasure and
whilo there met Miss Kate Howard who
had gone thero souie time before on a visit
to relatives, and who accompanied them
back to Cairo. The rarty arrived yester
day. Some days ago a man promised to
bring Smith & Bros, a load of watermel
ons on a certain day and at a fixed price.
Tho man brought the melons to town on
that day, but sold them to another party.
Smith Bros, thereupon sued him for
damage. The trial comes off in a day or
two unless a compromise is effected.
A despatch from Mr. S. Rosenwatcr,
received yesterday by the firm here, states
that ho arrived in New York City on his
way home from Europe yesterday morn
ing and that, after purchasing goods there
and in the other principle cities in the
east, he wilhnake a bee-line for home, ne
is expected to arrive in about a week.
The new residence of Mr. Aisthorpe.
on'the corner of seventh and Walnut streets
is assuming form and being pushed to
completion. The frame is already erected
and the lots are being filled up even with
the sidewalk. It promises, when finished,
to be an elegant building and a credita
ble addition to that part of the city.
One Robert Brown, a colored man, who
inhabits one of our numerous barracks, was
yesterday arrested on a warrant sworn out
by his mother-in-law, an aged and sensible
matron, and given a trial before Squire Os
born. He had used threatening language
to the old woman, and for this he was fined
five dollars and costs.
Bricklayers are quite scarce in this city
at the present time. Mr. Henry Stout and
others have been on the lookout for hand
lers of the burnt clay for several days, but
have not yet succeeded in finding the work
men sought for. A gentleman from Ken
tucky, whose name has slipped our mem
ory, was also in the city yesterday in search
of brick layers.
For Sale good counter well finish
ed. Apply at Alden's Job Office over
Taber's jewelry store.
The receipts of the ice cream sociable
given by the temperance association on the
evening of day before yesterday, amounted
to about twenty-nine dollars and the ex
penses about twelve dollars. Considering
that the sociable was given more for enjoy
ment than with the object of starting a
national bank, the amount cleared was
"Between tne Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
A horse attached to a buggy started
on a wild run from some point on Poplar
street yesterday forenoon at about eleven
o'clock. He ran up Poplar 6treet, strewing
the vehicle in numerous fragments along
the line of its wild career, and, running
down Twentieth street to Washington ave
nue, he dashed up against the sidewalk,
turned, and continued up the avenue with
the shaft and one wheel until he arrived a
the court house, where, exhausted and
6omewhat bruised, he was caught.
Mr. Will Smyth, having attempted to
secure the presence, in this city, of the
Hon. Chas. P. Johnson, of St. Louis, to ad
dress the Democrats of this city, received
a reply from that gentleman the other day
in which he regrets his inability to accept
the invitation at the present time, but
promises to pay Cairo a visit some time in
September. Mr. Johnson is one of the
most learned and eloquent lawyers of the
west; wa3 at one time lieutenant-governor
of Missouri and is a probable candidate
for Uniftd States senator.
Another complimentary fair ticket, re
ceived at this office, savs: "Admit the edi
tor of The Cairo Bulletin to the twenty
fifth annual fair of the Union County Agri
cultural board at Jonesljoro, etc," for
which we return thanks. The fair, we know,
will be one of the best held in the state of
Illinois, and whoever attends may depend
upon having any courtesy extended
which is in the power of the gentle
manly managers to render.
Mrs. II. Floyd has opened a school in
Turner hall, on Tenth street, and will teach
all the primary branches taught in our pub
lic schools as well as the higher branches ot
mathematics, algebra, geometry, etc. Be
ing master of the English, Latin and
French languages, she is able to impart a
thorough knowledge of these to all desiring
to acquire the accomplishment of writing
and speaking them correctly. She will also
teach music at reasonable rates.
The Argus of last night contains an
item which calls attention to tho prevailing
custom which our criminal class has gotten
into of taking a change of venue from one
court of justice to another. If it had gone
one 6tep further and attempted to ex
plain the cause of this and given the name
of the squire who is by this action proven
to be the favorite of the criminal classes,
we, and all other good people, would have
applauded Its item, but not so now. Go to
the bottom of tho matter, brother. You'r
on the right road for once.
The work ot lowering Eighth street
preparatory to placing a layer of gravel
thereon is steadily proceeding under tho
supervision of Street Superintendent Gor
man, and is about half completed. As
soon as the stage of the river admits' "the
third load of gravel will be brought hero
and the graveling of the street begin. As
is known Capt. Ncllis has tho contract for
furnishing the gravel but since hU tug,
which ho uses in towing tho barge up and
down the river, draws six feet of wuter, it
is now impossible to get tho barge to Me
tropolis unless another craft is employed
to do tho job.
Cairo's attraction and town talk now
is the celebrated Sal water beer which Chas.
Pfifferling has but lately introduced iu
our midst. It is meeting with a sale equalled
by none other, and has well maintained its
excellent reputation as a superior beverago
with tho hundreds who daily visit Char
ley's resort.' To the desponding it gives
new hopo and from his heart drives out
dull sorrow, and inspires new arts. Even
the oppressive grasp of poverty, it doth
enlarge and bid the soul be free. And 'tis it
that makes glowing fancies gild the soul
and life an endless treasure. Surely
'tis "hard to beat.".
The periodical mania which prompts
certain St. Louis men to terminate the
earthly existence of such female relative
as incur their displeasure by bringing their
craniums in contact with tho business cxd
of the murderer's ax, should be nniiser
ated, not condemned by tho inhabitants of
more enlightened and less unfortunate
cities. The ax is the inevitable and indis
pensable weapon of destruction up there.
Whenever a wife is to be killed, th St.
Louis man invariably disdains the use of
the more polite means of human annihila
tion such as the revolver and the razor.
Nothing short of a big awkward, unwieldy
ax will satisfy his sanguinary propensities.
The mind of the intelligent public has not
as yet been favored with any very lucid ex
planation of this little idiosyncrasy of the
murderously inclined male inhabitants of
the future great, and perhaps it never will
be. It may be in the air they breathe or
in the peculiar density of the St. Louis
woman's head. We give it up.
When Silas P. Lowmon, ot Clark
county, Indiana, committed self-destruction
a few days ago he didn't bungle the
job, but performed it in a manner which re
flects the highest credit upon himself and
which for true beauty of methodical in
genuity of arrangement has never been
equalled by any other self-murderer of this
or any previous age. For the benefit of
those who may at present be contemplat
ing suicide, we append a brief account of
Silas P. Lawman's operations. He first,
with remarkable forethought, for a man of
seventy-five, and with an unprecedented re
gard for the convenience of his relatives
and friends, went to Charleston, In
diana, and made all necessary
arrangements tor his funeral.
He had his measure taken and his coffin
made. Then he enlightened them a3 to
where, when and how he desired to be in
terred. Returning home, he loaded an oW
gun very heavily, went out into the road
alwut one hundred yards from his house,
stood squarely up before the gun, placed
his forehead upon the barrel and touched
the trigger with the ramrod. Then if a
man had been around there and had listened
very carefully, he might have heard some
thing that would have strorg'y reminded
him of a noise, in the midst ot which Silas
P. Lowman's soul went home to glory, and
what remained of Silas P. Lowman's body
that is to say remains remained. No
man can shoot his own head off more con
clusively than that man did. Somebody
ought to put a head stone on him.
We have called the attention of-our
generous citizens.upon several occasions, to
the sufferings of a family named Soet,
which has for some time, and does now, re
side in a building on the corner of Twen
tieth street and Commercial avenue. It
consists of a hi'sband, wife and one or two
children, we believe. They are deserving
of pecuniary assistance and stand greatly
in need of it. When in health they were
known to labor hard from early till late for
the necessaries of life and succeeded in
wrenching an honest existence from fate
and gained the respect and good will of
tho neighborhood in which they
lived. But Bxkncss entered their
home and laid the head of
the family upon the bed of extreme physi
cal suffering and probable death. He has
been afflicted with congestion of the
bowels for months now and has been at
the point ot death several times. . Dr.
Carter has attended him free of charge all
this time, and kind neighbors have fur
nished the means for medicine, tho food,
and other necessaries. That it has been
quite a task to them must be admitted, for
many of them are'not in a condition them
selves to contribute continually to the
maintainenco of others. We would there
fore repeat the call upon some person,
persons, institution or organization, to
take the case in hand and seek to relieve,
as much as possible, the condition of the
Soet family. Their caso being beyond the
reach of corporation benevolence, it de
volves upon private enterprise and gener
osity to do tho proper tiling.
OBSEQUIES OF THE LATE MRS.
A few days ago we mentioned the death
of Mr. Will Smyth's mother, which oc
curred in Ireland on the 30th ult., and,
although wo mentioned tho occurrence of
the funeral, could present no particulars.
The following is an extract from the
Freeman's Journal, published at Dublin,
in reference thereto:
"The obsequies of tho ubovo named csti-
mablo and lamented lady took place on
Friday, tho 30th ult., amid evidences of
deep and sincere sorrow for the loss of ono
who was loved aud respected by all win
had the pleasure of her acquaintance or the
happiness of enjoying her friendship. Mrs.
Smyth, whose loss is deplored by all, was
sister of the Rev. Win. Magauran, P. P.,
and of the lato very Rev. P. Magauran, P.P.
of Ahascrah and Caltra.and chancellor of tho
dioceso of Elphin, and was widely known
and esteemed, and enjoyed tho friendship
of many nay most of the priests, not only
of Elphin, but of Clonfert and Galway,
many of whom came at great inconvenience
and on vjry short noiice to be present at
her interment, while the absence ot many
others may be accounted for by their being
on vacation enjoying their holidays. As
wife and mother, bister aud friend, and as a
model of every virtue, Mrs. Smyth was
highly esteemed, as was made manifest by
the large funeral cortege on Friday, and
the number of the clergy and of the sur
rounding gentry who followed her hearse
or sent their carriages as a mark of their
condolence with the living and respect for
the dead. The following clergyman were
present at the solemn ma3 and office on
Friday, and at the interment which took
place in the ancient abbey of Kilroran,
where tho remains of this estimable lady
were laid in the family vault to await the
Archangel's trumpet and tho final resurrec
tion: Very Rev. Dr. Phillips, P. P., V. F.; Very
Rev. Dr. Derry, P. P., V. G, Clonfert; Rev.
C. Gal vin, P. P., Clonfert; Rev. B. O'Reilly,
P. P.,Crosswell; Rev. P. Kelly, V. P., St.
John's; Rev. M. Rush, P. P., Fuerty; Rev.
M. Davis, P. P., Dysart; Rev. P. Healy, P.
P, Ahascragh; Rev. W. Mugauran, P. P.,
Killian and Kilroran, the afflicted brother
of deceased; Rev. Father Burns, Clonfert;
Rev. J. Doheny, C. C, Kallygar; Rev. B.
Fceny, C. C, Killian ; Rev. T. Gordon, C.
C, St. John's; Rev. B. Coyne, C. C, Fuerty;
Rev. P. Mannion, C. C, Ballybay; Rev. J.
Neary, C. C, Glynsk; R-.-v. J. Murry, C. C,
Tisarra; Rev. B. Geraghty, C. C, Strokes-
town; Rev. P. Delaney, professor All-Hallows
College, Dublin; Rev. Mr. Corcoran,
'Maynooth; Rev. Mr. Kemmis, rector Bally-
Tho following lay gentleman were also
P. P. Daly, Esq., J. P., Dalysgrove; P. J.
Daly, Esq, do: T. K. L. Bagot. Esq., J. P.,
Aughrane Castle; J. J. Joyce, Esq., J. P,
Caltra Park ; J. J. Burke, Esq, J. P. Carra
roe; F. Legg, E?q, Castlefrench; G. Cairns,
Esq, Ahascragh; W. Madden, Esq, excise
officer; A. French, Esq, Ballyfuran; W.
Cornwall. Esq., M. D.; T. Cornwall, Esq.,
THE AMERICAN UNION TELEGRAPH
ITS lines to this citv completed tester
day an entekprise in OPPOSITION TO
THE WESTtn.N UNION COMPANY WHICH
WILL. PROBABLY, RESULT BENEFICIALLY
TO THE PEOPLE A TALK WITH MR.
FRED 8. SMITn, THE AENT AT THIS
"The American Union telegraph compi
ny" is the name of a corporation which late
ly stretched wires over many thousand
miles of ground in various portions of the
union in opposition to the Western Union
company and which has lately run wires to
this city from St. Louis. Learning that the
company had yesterday completed the job
of running their lines to this point aa'l that
Mr. Fred S. Smith had been appointed the
agent here, we yesterday called upon him
with a view of learning whatever might be
ot interest to the public concerning this
Upon inquiry as to Mr. Smith's wherea
bouts we learned that he hud just taken
possession of the front room in the second
story of Mr. R. W. Miller's commission
house, on Ohio levee, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, and there we found him
busily engaged in arranging the details of
his office. Upon apprising him of the ob
ject of our call he gave us the desired infor
mation very cheerfully.
It was the object of the American Union
company, he said, to run their wire to New
Orleans from this city, taking in all the
principal cities between that city and Cairo.
The company already had lines to all cities
of importance in the east, und had just
completed the job of running the third
wire to Cairo, and the fourth was already
coming. It was the intention of the com
pany to stretch five wires between Cairo
and St. Louis, and no time would be lost in
having them put up.
Repot ter. "How much lower will the
rates ot your company be than those of tho
Western Uuion company?"
M. Smith "Our rates will bo fifty per
cent, less than those of tho Western Union
company and we will send messages to
any portion in Illinois for twenty-five
R. "IIow many words coustituc a mes
sage?'' Mr. S "Ten words."
R. -"Tho stretching of your lines to
New Orleans from this city will necessi
tate the laying of cable across tho river? '
Mr. 8. "Yes; and we expect to
havo that task accomplished iu thir
ty days. Men are already at
work on tho Kentucky sido making
tho necessary preparations for tho
Job. It will be fastened to the Illinois
shore immediately below the Cairo and St.
Louis railroad's freight depot."
R. What route does your line take
from St. Louis to this city?
Mr. 8. Tho lines have been erected
along the narrow gauge road, but leave the
road at the foot of Sixth street como up
that street to Ohio levee; down the levee
to Fourth street, down Fourth street to
Commercial avenne aud down the avenue
to the cable.
R. "I presume tho competition resulting
from tho presence of your line will result
beneficially to our people, is a general re
duction of rates will bo likely to follow."
Mr. 8. "Undoubtedly. Monopolies, as a
rule, impose upon tho peoplo and use their
combined power to enrich themselves with
out any regard to tho means used, nor tho
effect produced upon their victims. Any
enterprise which would tend to reduce the
present high rates for dispatches is a bless
ing the people will appreciate, and receive
their hearty support. I have no doubt that
our company will receive ample encourage
ment, and our lines, all over the country,
be gladly and extensively patronized."
Mr. Smith is certainly the right man for
the position to which he has been appointed
being an accommodating and popular
gentleman, who has the good will tf our
community, ami his many friends hope
that through his efforts, the new enterprise
may prosper at this point.
GEN. JOHN McDONALD'S
Secrets of the Gn at Whiskey Ring.
Containing a complete cxponure of the Illicit
whiskey fraud culminating iu ks, nd the con
nectiou of (irant, Ilabcuck, llouiflax, (.'better H.
Krum add other administration officer. entaMmu
il hy positive aud unequivocal documentary
I roofs, comprising fac ilmliea of confidential let
t' rs and telegrams, emanating from the White
I ouc. directing the management of the King.
1'irtralttuf (eu. Grant, Uen. Ualicwk, (en. (iar-tl-ld,
Ex-Sec. Brictow, lieu. John B Oeudernon,
K.ul tbefamou "Sylph"; to which It added the
i!!tiloif liuka In the chain of evidence of Jatnei A.
irrtcld'e Implication with tho District of I'olunu
l.arinifand LteUnlyer bribery. By n. Johu Mc
1'onald, formerly Supervlnor f Internal Huvenue
: ir the district comprMust Ml.ouri. Arkaua,
Texas. Kanai, Imliau Territory. and New Mexico.
iimuc iri,:,p. yi riuiu. i. r or territory awpij
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TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
tiTiu. kind or ;ob woua do t to obdirP
NO. 27. EIGHTH STREET.
"AIRO, : . ILLINOIS
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOUREOX AXD RYE WHISKIES,
French IBrandv, Ktc.
No. 137 Ohio Ievto.
Open at all Uours, Day and Night,
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conatantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per loud.
Stave T r i m m i n s
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlnei"rc coare fhavlnt'S and make
the ln-ct nitnmHr wood for cooklnir purpoesa well
an the cheapeM ever fold in Cairo. For black
emitb'a u: In mMtinif tlre, they are tiueijmilled.
Leave vour order at the Tenth atreet wood yard
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOCR. GRAIX AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hitfhest Cash Priee Paid for Wleat.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK CITY
OODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEK & CO.
Cor. Nineteenth afreet and 1 Pflil'O- TIL
Commercll Av f VOUV, Uii