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THE DAILY BULLETIN
KNTKliRD AT THIS POST 0FKIC IN CAIBO,
LHJOI8, A8 8KCOND-CLAB8 MATTER.
omOIAL l'APBK OF CITY AND COUNTY
Lrgaat Circulation of any Daily In
LOCAL WKATUBH REPORT.
Caiho. III.. Jan. !M, IHbt. I
flT uir. Ther. Uuin. Wind. Vel Weather
(am 30 !W
Maiimtmi Temperature, auo
r.ertur S3t; Rainfall, melted anow, too small to
River. 30 fret 00 iuchua, Mxo 23 ',-RAY
Sore'tSlenal Corp, U. 8.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thle column, five conn per lino, each
Wednesday, 2Jlh iiist., at 10 o'clock a.
m., ono cur lowl of tipples, in lots to suit
buyer. No. 78 Ohio Levee.
G. M. Ai.dkn &Co.
Tho regular meeting of the Cairo Social
Science Association will take place this
evening, at the resilience of Mrs. Wm. Win
ter, on Sixth street. A selection will be
read by Mrs. I. A. Taylor, and the question
of school riiITi are will be discussed.
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at 13 cents per pobml; 200 bbls.
apples, at $1. OH per bid., for sale by O. M.
A Men, 78 Ohio Levee.
Day School for Boys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged durint;
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book keeping and penn
manship, by prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New Milliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala lias taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartnmn, on the corner of Sixth
Rtr.-et and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internal ly, making changci iu tli arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with fv ry comfort that could te
wished for iu a first class establinhment.
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
0ters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat. for sale, by tho
can or by the hundred! Ihilk oysters re
ceived daily from Mihiie, and lialtimore
oysters received in cans, direct troin the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kindx constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "'lied Snapper, " the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your order to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Lvee and
Eighth street, lloni.itr Hkwitt, Ag't.
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest impoited brandies,
porter and other wines may enjoyed at
tin; eli-gant hitmple and billiard rooms, of
Mr. Pat, Fitzgerald, at the comer of Four
teenth and Uommerrial; ami horses fat and
fleet, with every vmiety of vehicles
from it tiii s down to u
sulky, all in a lir.it e':i.v condition, ns well
as saddles and riding regalia, may he had
at the most reasonable ligtnvson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Mwison''. llisplueeof
Misiues is in connection with the telephone,
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOW N TIII.Y IIO.
Winter's old reliable oyster d.'pot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, JJ5 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
do .en, hundred, quart or gallon. Hemein
her tlw stand,
WlSTKIt's Ovstkii Dl'.l'OT,
On Eighth street.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply ol Indiana coal, ns good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mini's and
for sale at sf 1. MI per ton delivered. I will
alwuys have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on baud,
for sale. A pply, at the C. k V. It. K. yards,
Closing Out, Hunts mill Shoes,
Haying it very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of dents', Ladies'
and Children.-. s weil and pegged J loots ami
Shoes,'. I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make loom lor an immense slock o spring
goods winch will begin to arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will usMire you good bar
pains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. O. Kuril.
No. (10 Commercial avenue between Fifth
nd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Em-klcii's Ainirii Salve.
The. best salve in tun world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt, rheum, lever sores,
jctter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
ail KimiM oi SKin eruptions, i ins salvo is
guaranteed to Kive perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
txmts per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Haiia
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! tn them column, ten cuti per line.
each Insertion, lumen
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo stock at P. Korsmeyer'a
Capt. Mallory'a flatboat still hugs the
Kentucky shore afraid to battle with the
We have still a few mounted and var
nished maps of Cairo, for sale, at The
Tho much looked tor and long looked
lor pay-car of the Illinois Central road ar
rived yesterday evening.
The Cassino's masquerade ball, at
Washington hall, is the attraction to-night.
Don't forget it. Tho fun will be bound
Hon. Wm. R. Morrison has remcnv
bored us with the latest copies of tho Con
gressional Record, for which he has our
-This is Winter's bust week in the
photograph gallery, and his friends will
never forgive themselves if they fail to give
lain a call.
-The counters of our book stores will
soon again be covered with sweet-scented
delicately woven extravagancies, termed
-Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
-A notice in our special advertising col
umn informs the public that Messrs. G. M.
Aldcn & Co. will, to-morrow forenoon, at
ten o'clock, dispose of a car load of apples
at auction, in lots to suit buyers.
-The grand masquerade ball, at Wash
ington hall, to-night, is the first masquerade
of the year; ami will outshine all subse
Sunday last, Dr. Dunning, while in the
act of passing the Planters' house, received
a very heavy fall caused by the walk be
ing covered with ice. His left shoulder
and arm were badly bruised.
Obtain your masquerade suits early to-
lay and attend the Cassino's ball. It will
be a strictly first-class affair and deserving
of your support. Co!
A Northern divine is soon
on the ''Bible as it was." One wuld judge
that the bible as it is oughtVto be good
enough for the present gcixtfation.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Koi-smeyer's.
Besides the two cases mentioned else
where, our police courts yesterday disposed
of Mike Herman, arrested by officers,
Schuckers ar.d Dunker, and charged with
vagrancy as well as three drunks.
The Carbondale Free Press is authority
for the statement that Scott Singleton, a
young man for some tune employed in Tiik
Bt'i.LETiN ' office, will shortly take
charge ot Joe Hobart's paper the Pulaski
Prof. Will Emery favored us, by tele
phone, with a few choice selections on the
piano yestcday afternoon that were quite
grand, for which we return our thanks
He is an accomplished musician, who can
get as much music out of a piano us the
best of 'em.
John Burke, a rather notorious charac
ter, was yerterday arrested by officers
Hogan and Hunker and, being regarded as
a vagrant by the court, was fined ten dol
lars and costs. He is un ex penitentiary con
vict, sent up a year ago, by the efforts of
officer Schuckers, on a chaige of assault
Mike Green, a young white man, who
but lately arrived here from St. Iiuis, was
yesterday arrested for passing counterfeit
money at the saloon of Mr. Joe Stegla. lie
was examined by United States Commis
sioner Candec yesterday evening, and, be
ing found guilty, was confined to the county
jail, lie will betaken to Springfield to-
A bill just introduced in the Ncr York
state senate, provides that "it shall be un
lawful lor any telegraph company, organ
ized under the laws of the state (New-
York) to lease, sell or convey its property,
rights, privileges, or any part thereof, to
any other telegraph company except where
the lines ot such company run wholly to
cities, towns or villages, not reached by
such other company. "
The latest subscribers to the telephone,
whoso instruments have been put in work
ing order, arc the following:
Win. Kluge, No. 71
Eugene Ellis (residence,) No. 70.
A. llalley, No. 75.
C.T.Uudd (residence,) No. 51.
We learn from the Benton Standard
that tho calaboose of Benton has
recently been "handsomely furn
lulled." The irimlnal characters of
Cairo should make a note of this
fact and pay it a visi. Itisqiiito an at
tractive residence, hii'idsomely furnished
with solas and stuffed chairs and tho floor
is covered with Brussels carpet. Hot and
cold baths nro also supplied frco of chargo
tor the comfort of thosu who deign to favor
it with their presence.
Tim Young Folks Temperance Assoc
ation met in tho Tenth street hall last night,
a good crowd being present. Miss Fan
ny Barclay, tho president, being absent
Mr. Will Williamson occupied the chair
Tho president's resignation Wll ICad, but
not accepted. Among tho exercises of tho
evening was an interesting debate between
Misseg Maud llittenlmu.se and
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1381.
Nellie McGahey, upon the question "Which
is tho More Injurious, Intemperauco
or Fashion," and a select reading by Miss
Edith Martin. Tho executive committee
for the next six months was appointed, it
being composed of Miss Musa Green, chair
man, and Messrs. Charles Baughman and
Elmer Comings. Tho next meeting will
bo held two weeks from last night.
-At 1 1 :30 o'clock Sunday night, a man
on a small flatboat gorged in tho ico, passed
by here, about twenty feet from the shore.
Owing to the darkness ho could not be
identified. His coming was telegraphed
from tho stone depot down to the wharf-
boats and a tug was summoned to his aid;
but, although he had previously been heard
lustily yelling for assistance, mthing
could bo found of him. The flat upon
which he was Is supposed to have been his
own and to have broken loose near Padu
Tho Missouri medical faculty is taking
stens to rid the state of quacks. With this
end in view three bills have been prepared
for the state legislature. The first provides
for the establishment of a state board of
health ; the second for regulating the prac
tice ot medicine, and the third foi the reg'
istration of births, deaths and marriages.
Owing to the enactment of stringent laws
regulating medical practice in Illinois and
Kansas, Missouri has been cursed with
an immigration of irregulars which she now
finds it expedient to get rid of.
-ThcAmatucr Irish Minstrel company
performed at the athencum last night, to a
very large audience of citizens, who had
braved the difficulties of walking over
uneven, slippery sidewalks, in order to at
tend. The performance was excellent and,
when it is remembered that every feature
of it was original, and every actor and ac
tress an amatuer, the success which at
tended it from beginning to end, is certain
ly flattering. The programme for the
evening was long, but interesting through
out. To judge from the si.e of the audi
ence, the proceeds must have been large.
Last Sunday a darkey deposited three
dollars with Mr. Nat Prouty, proprietor of
a saloon below Sixth street, and went away.
Shortly after a negro came to Mr. Prouty
presenting himself as the depositor,
ask'C for the money, received it, and left.
Later the recipient of the money was
proven to have been an miposter by the
appearance of the real depositor. Mr.
Prouty put Chief Robinson on the tr.rck of
the negro, wh arrested him and took
him before Squire Olmsted. He was plac
ed under a bond of two hundred dollars, to
aw ait the action of the grand jury.
A feminine writer recently broke
bread with the Garfields, and found the
fare "plain, substantial, and well cooked,
the host and hostess helping every one;"
no wine at dessert, but pleasant post-pran
dial talk in the parlor. When forced to
tear herself away, she was "accompanied to
the door by both the host and hostess; the
general ran ahead, and catching up a broom
lying on the pizz i, brushed aside the snow
flakes with the abandon of a boy. She
could not but remark laughmglv: "I
never expected a president of the United
States to sweep the steps for me, so I fancy
some politicians will feel the turee of your
broom, sir.' He waved the broom slightly
as he replied, 'possibly,' and good bye.'"
Notwithstanding the occasional reports
to the contrary, Dan Bice's show boat is
prospering the dreams of those who ex
pected most having been lully realized.
The average receipts, during tho dullest
times, have not (alien below four hundred
lollars per day and the accidents which,
according to rumor, had befallen the boat
are, we learn 1 n mi the nest
authority, all ficticious. Mr. Andrew
Bird is now sole proprietor and mannger
of the concern, he having purchased the
interest held by Col. liice, for a very re
spectable consideration. The Colonel has
purchased an interest in a circus, now
ering at New Orleans.
Gov. Mathews, of West Virginia, in his
recent message, came up like a man to the
support ot Mississippi and Ohio rivers im
provement. He says: "At the request of
the commission appointed by the governors
of the several Ktates and territories of the
Mississippi valley upon the commerce and
improvement of the Mississipps river and
its navigable tributaries, 1 present to you
its address. Its subject is not only a mat
ter of concern to the federal government,
but one of great interest to our state, whose
western border lies for many miles along
the Ohio river over which her jurisdiction
extends. I Biiggest the adoption of suita
ble resolutions inviting the attention of
congress to the improvement of these
rivers, and urging the appropriation neces
sary to accomplish this great work as des
cribed in this nddress. The state should
now provide a fund sufficient at least to pay
the expenses of her members of this com
mission." In another place in this morning's issuo
uppearB a notice of the dissolution of the
firm of Pettis & Bird and tho establish
ment, in its stead, of tho new linn ol Pettis
& Meredith, who will continue the grocery
business in the old stand, on the corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue.
The new firm is a strong one, nnd will not
fail to enjoy the success for which they
hope. Mr. Meredith is not a stranger
to tho peoplo of Cairo, ho linving
had business relations with ninny of our
merchants for many years past. Ho is an
agreeable gentleman and an active business
man who will make friends of all who
may know him. Mr. Pettis is too well
known hero to require any compliments
from us. Ho has shown himself to be en
terprising, capable, honorable and attentive
to tho wants of his many customers in years
past. We bespeak for Messrs. Pettis &
Meredith an eminently successful career.
J. Milton Turner, late minister to
Liberia, made a speech at St. Louis not
long ago, in which he complained bitterly
of tho neglect with which his race is treat
ed by the republican office distributors in
Missouri. He said that out of two thousand
federal positions in that state there were no
negro postmasters, collectors ot customs,
surveyors of ports, etc, and that out of two
hundred places within tho gift of the St.
Louis post office, no negro had been appoint
ed chief of any iniportaut department.
J. Milton Turner is lcaruing to very
poor advantago if, after so many
years, ho has failed to learn
thut tho republican party has no use for
negroes except as torch bearers and voters
in election times. From the closo of tho
war and the enfranchisement of the negroes
to the present, the colored people have been
used as political tools by the dominant
party, and they ought to see it. Politically
they are as much the slaves of the repub
lican bosses as ever they were to their
southern task-masters. The sooner they
free themselves from such shackles and
assert the independence that ought to go
with enfranchisement, the sooner they will
reach the true standard of manhood.
Miss Nettie Schutter is in St. Louis.
Mrs. John B. Phillis is confined to her
bed by illness.
Sir. C. R. Woodward is home again
from St. Louis.
Mr. Robt. Woodward, who has been
absent in tho far west during the past two
years, is home again.
Alderman Blake has been ill since
Saturday last. His ailment is a severe cold,
which confines him to his bed.
Mr. Gee. S. Fisher, who has been con
fined to his homo with the mumps tor the
past two weeks, was again able to be cut
Mr. R. F. Jones, clerk of the Illinois
Central wharf-boat, is ill with the measles,
at the residence of Mr. A. J. Bird, on
A GRATEFUL COLORED MAN.
At ubout midnight, Saturday, w hile Sher
iff Hodges' head was quietly resting on his
pillow, undisturbed by unpleasant dreams,
he was aroused from his sleep by a knock
at his door. Opening it he was confronted
by Mr. Jas. Allen, the colored democrat,
who presented him with a box of fine
cigars, in doing so iiir. Allen
said that three years ago, on that night and
at that hour, Mr. Hodges had induced him
to quit drinking intoxicating liquors and
wear the blue ribbon. At that time he was
rapidly going down the hill without seeing
his danger. He had already lost his peace
of mind and the comforts of home, and want
was staring him in the face; but
blinded by liquor he was indifferent to
th,;se until aroused to a realizing sense by
the efforts (if Mr. Hodges. Since that
time for three years he had not swal
lowed a drop of liquor and now, finding his
prosperity even greater than ho hail antici
pated it would be, he desired to present
Mr. Hodges with the cigars as an
evidence that he remembered and appreciat
ed his disinterested efforts. Mr Hodges
was, of course, not a little surprised and
pleased by this unexpected remembrance
and, heatily thanking Mr. Allen, exposed
the hope that he would for his own in
terestbe as true to his pledge in the
future as he had been in the past.
A SALOON KEEPER'S PRAYER.
At Atchison, Kan., the women crusaders
visited a liquor saloon and tried, by pray
ing, to induce the proprietor of the saloon
to close his place. Tho proprietor invited
the ladies to seats, and asked them to pray,
and then offered, himself, the billowing
Almighty Creator iu heaven! Thou who
hast made the heaven and earth and who
hast created man In Thine own imago as
ruler of this earth! Whilst animals arc
liviugon grass and water Thou didst teach
thy servant Noah to make wine, and Thou
didst not punish him for making intemper
ate use of it. At the wedding of Cana,
Thine only Son, Jesus Christ, transformed
water into wine, when tho juice of grapo
was exhausted, that the enjoyment of tho
guests might not bo disturbed. Tho great
reformer, Martin Luther, said, "Ho who
does not lovu wine, women nnd song, re
mains a fool his life long." And all the great
men upon this earth have been drinking of
the wine Thou hast given Thy children
upon this earth. O Lord! wo pray Thee,
have pity upon these, poor women who
are not grateful for Thy gifts, who want
to make Thy children like tho beats of
the Held and conipell them to drink water
like an ox, while they dress extravagant
ly and lead their husbands to other ex
travagances not tending to their well
being, to bankruptcy, depriving
them of all tho pleasures of tho
world, yea, even driving them to
Biiicido. O Lord, havo mercy upon
these ladies, look upon them; they wear not
even tho color of tho fneo which Thou hast
given them; but they aro sinning against
Thee, and not content with nature, paint
their faces. 0 Lord I Thou caust uIbo per
ceive their figure is not as thou inndest it,
but they wear humps on their backa like
camels. Thou seest, O Lord! that their
head-dress consists of false hair, and when
they open their mouths Thou seest their
talse teeth! O Lord! these women want
men who will patiently accept all this
without using the power Thou hast given
to man that all women shall be subject to
man. They will not bear these burdens of
married life, and obey Thy commandments
to multiply and replenish the earth, but are
too lazy to raise theirchildrenjandO Lord!
Thou knowest the crimes they commit. O
Lord! have mercy on them and take them
back into Thy bosom, take folly out ot
their hearts, give them common sense, that
they may see their own foolishness, and
prant that they may become good and
worthy citizens of our beloved city of
Atchison. O Lord we thank Thee for all
these blessings bestowed upon us, and ask
Theo to deliver us from all evils, especially
hypocritical women, and Thino shall be tho
praise forever and ever. Amen.
CAPTAIN EAI)S SHIP RAILWAY
Capt. Ends is pushing his Tehuautepcc
ship railway scheme with remarkable vigor
in Washington. His purpose now is to
convinco congress that his scliemo is prac
ticable. Unless he can do this the govern
ment will hardly comply with his request to
guaranteo thn interest on $50,000,000 of
his ship railway bonds. Even if the scheme
is shown to be feasible it is by no means
certain that congress will aid him in the
way he desires. He is confident of his
ability, however, to convinco anybody that
if he has the opportunity he will make
the ship railway n success.
His plans, he says, have
been endorsed by Hon. E. J. Reed, chief
constructor of the British navy, who is,
perhaps, the highest authority in the
world on matters pertaininc to engineering.
Jus, now Captain Eads is very modest
about his ship railway. Ho pays there is
nothing new or novel alxutt it, and does not
claim to have originated the idea of convey
ing ships by rail from one Imdy of water
to another. Forty years ngo before the
Pennsylvania railroad was in operation,
canal lioats, he says, were carried over the
Allegheny mountains from Hollidaysburg
to Johnston, a distance or forty-five
miles, in the same way that lie proposes
to transort ships across the Isthmus of
Tehuantepec. Captain Eads says that
the engineers of to-day are much better
able to handle his ship railway scheme
than the engineers of forty years ago were
to bring lor.ded canal boat over the Al
leggheny mountains. He will, perhaps,
have less trouble to convince congress that
his scheme ts practicable than to persuade
that body to render him the assistance
which he needs to enable him to undertake
Hon. Thomas B. Piui'K, U.S. Treasury
Dept., Washington I). ('., recommend, the
St. Jacobs Oil as the most wonderful pain
relieving and healing remedy in the world.
Ilis testimonial is endorsed by some of the
head officials of the Treasury Department,
who have been cured of Rheumatism and
other painful complaints.
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween us is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. W. 15. Pkttis,
January 10, 1SS1. A.. I. Bmn.
A partnership has this day been formed
between us to do general irroeeries business.
W. B. Pettis,
The style of (he new firm is Pettis &
Meredith. All parties indebted to the old
firm of Pettis A; Bird will please come
forward and settle with tl e new firm.
Pettis it Mkk edith.
Ti'moks, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Mndsey's Blood Searcher." Sold by
A Lucky .Minister,
Rev. A. J. Mallory, of Wyoming, N. Y.,
writes: Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil rured
me of bronchitis in one week. Our dealers
all say they never sold a medicine that has
given such complete satisfaction, for coughs,
colds, asthma am rheumatism. Paul (I.
To all who are sull'ering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervoiis weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, freo ot
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Inniiin, Station D, New York City.
PROPRIETOR OF STUOAT'fl PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Load a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
1fiACKK EAHM F0B ALK ON EASY
lUUTerma. The land la Hltuatud four ml lea
wi'Bi of Hodirea I'ark, 45 acroi In I'liltlvntlnn. for
particular apply to w. HOI.IiEN. t
TUB C ITT LIVEKY STABLE la eftVml FOll
SALE, or will trartt) for city or cotiutry prop
erty. Tim out lit Include Lam. worsen, carrlwH,
waitoiin, Ilarni'M, etc., etc., all complete, mIiU
clear tlllo to tliuiin.pxrtv. For Inrormntlou at to
tiTiin, etc., apply at the City Livery Ktalile..
Tlio Kcoiltntil Lifu Aaanrancn Nuclcty having
declared 111 pollclen, over thrut) years Iu force, iu
be liicoiituatable, aunomici-H that:
On and after January 1t, 1SS1, all men Incon
teatalile pollclei will be paid at maturity, vithout
rebate ol Interest, Immediately aflur the receipt at
the Society' office In Mew York of Hiitlernetory
prooft of death, together w th valid and nallKfuc.
tory dlmharne from the purlieu In Inlerol, and
without requiring any delay, even for clxty or
ninety dayn, ait ha been the ciiKtom heretofore,
and In still UHual with other companies.
II. I). UYDli, I'recliUnt.
ASSETS, over ...
(jAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until further
notice the ferryboat will make tr1pn an follows:
LEAVES LEAVE LEAVES
Koat Fourth at. Miaaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
S:iifla. m. S.rm a. m. 9 a. m.
!H:iKia. m. JiirWa. in. II a. in.
U:eo p. m. 2::i p. m. H p m.
4:00 p.m. 4:: p.m. 5;uu p.m.
j P. m. S:Wp.tn 3 p. ni
STOVES AM) TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOH WOKK DONE TO OUDEB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
, WOOD YAltn.
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stave T r i m m i n jj: h
At one dollar per load.
The "tr!mmlnira"are coar.e l.avii:p aul make
thebe.t nunimer wood for cooking parpo.enaf well
m the chvapert ever fold In l airu. For black
mllh'a ue In neltlnir tire, they arc unequalled.
Leave your ordem at the Tenth turret wood isrc!
(i HOC E HIES. BOOTS ANDS1IOES.
THE KOSTON STORE
Provisions, Green, Dried ami Ciuineil
Fruits, Ononis, Glass Wood
HOOTS and SHOES
The Best Brand of Flour
alway on band.
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Cor. Warhington Atrc. andTenth St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
HOOTS AND SHOES
H. -J ONES.
Atlieneum BuiIiUff Commercial Av.
1Ue only tlio very Dent Imported Stock and em
ploy the mom competent workmen.
DHK'BS REASONABLE und jatli-factioa
Jl I Lb AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HitfhcHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.