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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTERED AT TDK FOOT OFFICE IS CAIRO, IL
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OFFICIAL PAPER OP C1TT AND COPNTT"
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LOCAL WKATI1KR KKPoUT.
Cairo, 111.. Jau. 1, ISsM
triends in this city will congratulate Lim day, or, to k,eep enlarging tho old ono. But
upon his new found happiness. it is with the telephone is it is with every
-Alex., son ot Mr. Joseph Able, has other great good. It is attended with some
been confined to his borne for several days ev''- It' usefullneas is being marred by
persons who enjoy practical jokes pro
vided somebody elan is the victim. As
instances of this kind we learned of the
following, which were practiced upon
several of our business men, who are sub
scribers to tho instrument: A few days
ago Mr. Ernest B. Pettit received, by telo-
Mr. I. J. Randell, yard master of the
Mississippi Central railroad in East Cairo,
was in the city yesterday.
The Ohio river is booming, having
risen several feet within the last few days
and, owing to the heavy flow ot ice, the
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ferryboat Three States makes only two Ji .,. 4 -.i . 4 - t
4 . , , ' o"ri sugar, etc., etc., with instruction to
deliver them at the residence of Mr. .
aUilmn-n Temperature. lo Minimum Ten
aaraliire n; Rainfall, 0.00 inch,
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Serg't Signal Corui, U. H. A-
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolirea In Uila cnlumn, Ave centa per line, each
Wednesday, 2Clli inst., at JO o'clock a.
m., ono car loud of apples, in lots to suit
buyers. No. 78 Ohio Levee.
O. M. Ai.dkn fc Co.
Th undersigned will trive a errand open
ing ball at the Delta House, corner Third
street and Commercial avenue on Friday
evening, January 28th. A good time is
aimranteed to all who attend. The best
of music and a fine supper will be provided
for the occasion. Gko. Wilson
Tho copartnership heretofore existing be
tween us is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. W. a. i kttis,
January 19,1881. A.J.Bikd.
A partnership has this day been formed
between us to do general groceries business.
W. B. Pettis,
Tho stylo of the new firm is Pettis &
Meredith. All parties indebted to the old
firm of Pettis & Bird will please come
forward and settle with tho new firm.
Pettis & Meredith.
liltiiM HjIIA Jj LUUAlJ llrjJio. and gentleman, as well as the older people, received. Seeing that his name was dis- early mortgages, but as ho had wit .10.000
were out in force and enjoyed themselves covered and tho juke turned upon tons of steel ruils paid for, besides a good
to the fullest extent, for which fact the him, vietim'zer number one call- deal of other work, his impression was, ho
management deserved and received due ed a cessation of hostilities, compromised stated, that there would bo something left
praise. 1 ho amount cleared is not known tho matter with victimicr number two for somebody at a pretty early day. In re
at the present writing, but is undoubtedly and it was agreed that each purchase his I gard to tho readjustment of tho Chiea
very presentable to Mr. Naughton's afllict- own goods in the future. A curious inci- go, St. Louis and Now Or
Thrco offenders chargod with disorder
ly conduct and several charged with
drunkenness wcro yesterday disposed of
by Judge Olmsted. The three first named
paid their fines.
The ball given at tho Hibernians hall
for the benefit of Mr,
was n decided success
Mr. Pettit tilled tho order uud sent the
goods to tho parties designated, who de
nied having ordered them, but, neverthe
less, received them. They afterwards dis-
Tide something more than 6 per cent, per
annum. As to tho southern extension) this
gentleman said that Mr. J. C. Clark, its
manager, was a trump in three years'
time he hud put it in such condition that
the road could hardly be recognized new
bridges, new trestler-works and new rails
that the time of running from Cairo to New
Orleans hail been reduced front thirty to
twenty-one hours, and that its through traf
fic is beginning to show Very satisfactory
results, and that the gross earnings of tho
road had gone up from $2,800,000 am
something, in yellow-fever time, to $3,300,.
000 the next year, and to over fl.TOO.OOO,
he believed, though he was not quite sure
last year. Tho most searching inquiry
made by the reporter failed to elicit any
exact figures for net earnings. All that
covered who had perpetrated tho joke
upon them, and returned the compliment, could be obtained from this individual was
Patrick Naughton in a similar manner, by ordering a lot of that Clarke had spent all the money he hac
i no young ladies groceries to his house, which wero also earned beyond tho interest paid on the
Notice In theae cnlnmna, ten CMita per line,
each insertion. Markm!
Prunes, Curants, Raisins, Preserves
and Jelly, cheap. Pettis & Meredith.
Mr. Thomas Sloo, tho efficient post-
100 bales oats straw, 5,000 pounds choice ofrice clerk js iappy 0Ter a ncw RrriVttl in ed family
II I. 1 R n.mto m.r luuinil 'Oft Mils I J I
roll butter, at 15 cents per pound; 200 bbls,
apples, at $1.00 per bbl., for sale by G. M.
Alden, 78 Ohio Levee.
Day School for Boys and Uirls.
Night school for persons engaged during
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 Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala lias taken possession
of tho building formerly occupied by Mr,
Pan'l Hartmaii, on the corner of Sixth
Btr;et and Commercial avenue, and has ing's genuine enjoyment at the Delta bouse,
established therein a hi i Hani saloon am! nclt Fri,iar ni,rlt gee notjC(j jn another
restaurant, lie has repaired the building I ,
- . - i riiiiMim
Tho job department of The Bi'ixetin
office has been moved into the main build
in? of tho office thero being a lack ot
room in the back building.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Dr. W. Dutr Green, brother of Judge
W. II. Green, is in the city, visiting his
Mr. Geo. Wilson proposes to give
young and old an opportunity for an even-
dent happened to another establishment, leans railroad debt, he said that
Our readers will probably remember An orJ,'r for a 1()t of goods was sent them the plan was to tempt the holders of
fti.000,000 or $8,000,000 of 8 per cent
bonds of different mortgages upon the old
Jackson railroad and the Mississippi Ccn
tral railroad, these two roads having been
uuueu tinner me present company, to
convert their bonds which fall due within
four or five years, into a long 5 per cent
Dond. 1 hat this conversion has been
agreed to by the Illinois Central for the
bonds it holds of longer date and by the
holders of nearly $2,500,000 of bonds out
side of those held by the Illinois Central.
As long investments are looked for hist
one Wm. Nugent, who was 6omo time ago
sent to the state's prison forburglarizingMrs.
Stites' residence on Seventh street and who
is now again here, having served his time
in the penitentiary. Yesterday morning he
forced an entrance into to tho saloon of Mr.
Zanone on Ohio levee, and was caught in
tho act by officer Schuckers, who arrested
him. Judge Olmsted bound him over in
the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars.
The butcher shops of Mr. Fred Koeh
ler the one up-town as well as the down
town shop arc acknowledged the leading
by telephone, which was entered and the
goods put up ready for delivery, when
lo! it was discovered that
no name accompanied tho order,
none hiving been given by the party send
ing it. Another joke, and a somewhat cruel
one, was practiced upon an innocent young
man by a number of his heartless chums.
He was called to the instrument in his
place of business and requested, in the
politest possible m inner, to stop into IVir-
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tiuy iros itrug store, on unto levee, lor a
few minutes. He answered in the affirma-
interniilly, making changes in the arrange
ruent to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could bo
wished for in a first class establishment,
be has spaircd no pains to make his place
cue of the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see hi in.
Oysters! Fish! (iaine!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk .oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lroin the
puckers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
Tho "lied Snapper," the king among fish
Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, Farina,
Dried Green Peas and Dried Corn, at re
duced prices. Pettis & Meredith.
The following are the latest additions
to the telephone:
Custom House, No. 1 ;
Wood Rittenhousc, No. 2;
W. M. Cundiff, No. 0;
Chas. Galighcr's (residence), No. 13.
We have still a few mounted and var
nished maps of Cairo, for sale, at The
A number ot handsome photographic
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meat markets in the city. They are kept um.i...UBt wmie no nesae., uPo .nvM.enn paying proprr-
leats "i'"g n'liuweu aim jeereu at oy mc wes, me proposition will undoubtedly be
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters views of Mr. Harry Walkers saloon and clearly
tor oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
lightli street. KoiiKKT lIi.wn'T, Agt.
cleanly and neat; only tho best of meats
are there sold, and all customers arc treat
ed with like courtesy and respect. Mr.
Koehler's many years' experience in the
business of buying stock for his counters,
and his well known carefulness, which he
exercises in this important branch, always
insures the public wholesome and tooth
A number of roughs created a disturb
ance in the saloon of Mr. Louis C. Herbert
yesterday morning. They had taken it
into their heads to carry tho counter and
bar fixtures into the street, against the
expressed wish of Mr. Her-
frieuds (?) who had sent
THE LAST WORD.
Although it may be a matter of but
little consequence, custom and common
courtesy demand that, upon severing our
connection with The Bulletin wo should
him upon the accepted. If carried out to the extent of
$15,000,000 the fixed charges on the
property would be reduced over $250,000
per annum and the shares would be worth
something by and by. The reporter
squeezed out this meagre information,
feeling that there was more behind.
at least say a few words to its readers. The Story of a Mythical Burglary at
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may Ik enjoyed at
tho elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat, Fitzgerald, at the comer of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a luiss down to a
sulky, all in a first class condition, as well
as saddles and ruling regalia, may he had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson '. Hisplaeeof
ausiness is m connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
1HIWN TIIKV (!0.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, 35 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
do zen, hundred, quart or gallon. Ueinem
ber tlm stand,
Wintku'k Oyster Dkpot,
On Eighth street.
the Theatre Comiquc building, neatly
framed, were yesterday distributed and
hung up in the various saloon sand other
public places of the city.
Check books, rceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at TnE Bulletin office.
--Among other things, Mr. Win. Q. Mc-
Gce, day before yesterday took passage on
tho steamer Morgan for a short trip.
Mrs, G. M. Alden and other ladies
entertained the visitors at the Reform hall
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer'B.
Our ncw two hundred-dollar paper
cutter arrived yesterday, uud was placed in
position for work.
One of the special agents of the inter
nal revenue department of this district
bert, and, persisting in their course,
had to be rather roughly treated by that
gentleman before they would desist. Dur
ing the day they had Mr. Herbert arrested
preferring a charge of assault and battery
against him, but the court upon hearing and
duly considering tho evidence, discharged
Everbody remembers '"Scotty," Carle's
During the year past it has maintained its
position as the leading journal of Southern
Illinois ana has ever sought the greatest
good of the greatest number by
the shortest and most direct road.
But if during all this time
we have mado no mistakes it
would be a miracle indee l, considering that
Chicaoo, Jan. 21. A very successful 6ale
robbery occurred between the hours of 7
and 9 o'clock Sunday evening at the Union
Iron and Steel company's work, at the cor
ner of Thirty-firststreet and Ashland avenue,
the amount taken being about ilO.OOO.
Tim linlirr. U'f.r., n. .t i in .1...
the oldest and most experienced journalists but ,, , ))t rm.B, Hny ft, , ts
an early hour this morning. Chas. Brooks.
are liable to err and that one who occupies
even an inferior position on a newspaper is
surrounded by a hundred advisers.
We leave Cairo for Bloomington with no
personal ill will towards anyone and with
the kindliest feelings for all esoeeinllv
favorite horse, and nearly everbody knows those whnse WW(,8 of appreciation havc
how ho was taken up by a Missouri farmer
and worked to death. Carle sued, and the
case has run through three courts in
Mississippi county. Yesterday Mr. Carle
received a check for one hundred dollars
from the court, in full for judgment ren
dered in bis favor. The costs assessed
against the farmer in this county amount
to $300. It is not known how much the
Mississippi county costs and lawyer's fees
urged us to extra exertion. Respectfully,
Ernest II. Tjiielecke.
ILLINOIS .CENTRAL AND EX
The movement in the Chicago, St. Louis
and New Orleans shares, according to the
New York World, is on account of the do
ings of the directors ot the Illinois Central
Wood and Coal,
A full supply oi Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at $1.00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received anil kept constantly on hand, of a shabby husband."
dropped in upon this community yesterday, up seven hundred dollars.
The best 5-cent Cigar in the city; also The Metropolis Democrat, after men
Smoking anil Chewing Tobacco. Try our tinning the fact that Mr. Ilurnett has pur
cigars. Pettis & Meredith. chased The Bulletin offico, says: "We
The Metropolis Democrat says: "Miss have always found Mr. Burnett, a gentle
Lulu Christnian has been employed as man, and we heartily wish he may make a
assistant cashier of the great wharf-boat with The Bulletin." Thanks for
firm Halliday &, Phillips of Cairo. Brace tn0 compliment and good wish, brother
up, gitls; better bo a cashier than the wife
are, but the whole bill will probably foot company. The former is an extension of
the latter from Cairo to New Orleans, 51U
miles. In 1877 the Chicago, St. Louis.
and New Orleans was reorganized after
foreclosure sales in that year. Of its $10,
000,000 of shares the Illinois Central owns
two-thirds, as well as quite one third of its
mortgage indebtedness. Of its bonded in
debtedness, about one-third is in second
Apply, at thcC.it V. R.R. yards,
F. M. Ward.
Trousdale. While The Bulletin retains ni0Snge '"''"l. coupons on which begin to
its present standard it will merit and re- 1,0 P"',lljl )'er and aro now selling at
-We make a speciality of fine Tea; so if ctiiv(1 tllB libml P'onago of tho public, Pr- Jhc newly tracked and
Closing Out, Boots and Shoes.
Haying a very largo stock of winter.
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Cbildrens' sewed mid pegged Boots and
bhoes, 1 have determined to close it out at
you want something really choice, give us
a trial; also guaranteed pure Ground
Spices. Pettis it Meredith.
The young men, who have been mak
ing several fruitless efforts to organize a
social club, will meet again to night and
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring endeavor to accomplish their purpose
goods which will begin to arrive Boon. If
in want ot anything in my line I Would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsew here, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to rail and see for
themselves, C. Kocu.
No. DO Commercial avenue between Fifth
mid Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Mrs. Wm Tiitett. (Hvasco, N, Y. sayg;
I have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad atwut three we cks, and have received
great relief from it for pain in tho back.
Bucklcn'M Arnica Salve,
The bust salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nlsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
jettcr, chapped hands, ehilhlaina, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, price, 25
cents per hox. For sale by Geo. K, O'Haiu
Cook Corned Beef, Lunch Tongue, 2-lb
canned Roast Beef, Pio Peaches, White
Heath Peaches, White Wax Cherries mid a
full lino of best brands of Canned Goods.
Pettis it Meredith.
-Our readers can loose nothing by bear-
but the idea of making a "barrel" with a
Cairo newspaper no; the departed spirit
of tho Daily News arises before us and
admonishes us not to even hope for such a
For thegcncial entertainment of the
public, Dr. Clark has erected a bulletin
board near the door of his house on Ohio
Levee, near Fourteenth street, upon which
may be seen posted, clippings from tho
popular periodicals of tho day
with the doctor's comment upon
them, written upon slips of white
paper and tacked underneath. At the
ing in mind hat ,n teres mg serv.ces aro hcwl of tll0 ,mr(, a ,mlf of
' 'hhii entire, pt.r bears the following inscription, written
every night, nor can they looso anything witlllnkiini ,)okl( 1)lllin lluml. s a(,
tho Light I Peace and Progress must go
by attending tho same.
Among those of this city who contem
plate a trip to St. Louis, and while thero
will hear and see tho great actress, Bern
hardt,' are Mrs. Chas. Galigher, Miss
Galighcr and the Misses Smith.
Boston Cod Fish, 5 cents per pound;
13-lb kits Family Mackerel, 75 cents; 15-lb
No. 1 kits Mackerel, $1.25; ft-lb tins, some
thing nice, 50 and 75 cents; Boston Cod
Fish balls, choice Mackerel (loose), CO
cents per dozen. Pettis & Meredith.
-Mr. II. Fisher, of St. Louis, inspector
of imports, who was in this city yesterday
and broko tho seal of the barge-load of
foreign merchandise which was hero trans
furred from tho barge to tho cars, returned
homo day before yesterday. Ho Is a
brother n-law of Mr. Win. Wolfe.
Cards for tho wedding of Mr. Norman
M. ItoxTord, son of Mr. F. D. Rexford,
formerly of this city, and Miss May Busby,
of Ccntralia, aro out, tho wedding
to take place at Ccntralia
on February 2d. Nornnm's many
ahead in this land with less wholesale
Usury and Swindling."
Last night Washington ball was the
resort of a large crowd of pleasure seekers,
who sought to while away a few hours in
"the dizzy whiH," accompanied by the
wild music of the violin, etc., whilo being
masked in the handsomest or most lantas
tic manner. A more picturesque grotipo of
happy human beings is Beldom seen
and it cannot bo possible that uny one
thero failed to find enjoyment. The
Cassino society has shown itself to be a
first-class instilutor and superintendent of
masquorado balls and, judging frm the
crowd they had last night, their efforts in
this direction are being nmply rewarded.
Tho usefulness of the telephone is quito
generally acknowledged and highly appro
elated by everybody. Tho number of its
subscribers is constantly increasing, bo
mat in order to keep a complete listot thu
subscribers, it Is necessary, either to issuo a
ncw"CairoTeh)phoue Exelmngo card" every
everything put in tho most complete or
der for the increasing traffic between Ncw
Orleans and Chicago and northern points.
It is understood that tho financial plans of
the Chicago, St. Louis and Ncw Orleans,
adopted at the meeting of the Illinois Ccn-'
tral board a few days ugo, will enable the
former to fund its entire debt at a rate
which will enable it to pay the interest
thereon, and also regular dividends on all
its shares. That payment will put the Illi
nois Central shareholders in a condition
like that of the Harlem shareholders, who
receive per cent, from the horse-cars, thus
making the Illinois Central a 0 to 10 per
Tho reason given by one of tho managers
of tho Illinois Central for the recent cliango
of the policy of tho company is in a lew
words. Three or four years ago, paid he,
when the New Orleans extension was pur
chased, there was a general stampede in
tho shares. Tho panic brought over a
committee from tho other side, who recom
mended small dividends and thorough
improvement. In pursuance of this policy,
tho Illinois Central company has purchased
in three years between eighty and niuty
tnousand tons of steel rails, of which forty
five thousand tons aro being laid on tho
New Orleans line, and tho balance of tho
rails on the road in Illinois. Tho extension,
as well as tho Illinois road.'wlll bo entirely
steel this summer in all about thirteen
hundred miles of stool rails. Tho income
of the Illinois Central last year seems to
havolcfta surplus, beyond tho interest
and dividends ami beyond $000,000 spent
on rails, etc.. of ''00.nnn r :tnnnnn
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Hence, as this gcntleninn said, as tho prop
erty baB had $2,000,000 or $1,000,000 spent
upon it within these few ycarB out of tho
income, it seemed to bo about timo to di-
an old man who had for som months been
employed at the mill as watchman, was the
only man about the premises at the time.
According to the story which he tells, the
door was broken open iv a bur v rnfhnn
who threw him to the It Kr, and after having
gagged him, stood guard over him while
two accomplices blew open the safe combi
nation. He claims that liaise made by the
explosion was very slight. The burglars
took the money, which was donr up in
small packages, and succeeded in making
good their escape. The police carefully
examined brooks, and caught him telling
contradictory and improbable stories, and
they finally concluded to arrest him. His son
was also suspected of complicity, and was ar
rested, but was subsequently released. A
bad ch.-iraeter, named Paddy (uv..naugli,
was also arrested, ami to day two others,
said to be John Hopkins and John Hardy.
were locked up. The vice president of the
company offers a reward of $1,500 for the
capture and conviction of the thieves and
the recovery of the money, or $1,000 for the
arrest and conviction alone. On Saturday
evening there was over $10,000 in tho sate,
and the company considers itself lucky
that the safe-blowing was not done at that
H;a ache farm fou halk on easy
1UV Tiirmn. Tb land U ultunM four mill
went of Huilica I'arlt, 45 acre in cultivation. Kur
parllcalara apply to W, 1IOLUEN.
THE CITY LIVEItY HTAHLK la eflVrid FOH
HALE, or will irailu for city or country prop
erty. TIih oulilt Invludi-e barn, hornes carrhieen,
waKoiin, IJaruma, etc., etc., nil conipltMc, Willi
clear tlllu to lliuorupertv. for Information aa to
turnn, otc, apply at the City Mverv hlaliht.
Tho K.iiltnlpki Life AnnurHiice Smlelv bavins
JIiT.lurwl Ha pollciuH, over tlireu yearn la forcn, to
e liieoiituatalilt), auuuuucua that:
On and artur January lat, 1SS1, all fucli Incou
tuKtableimllcloi will bu paid at maturity, without
rebate ol lolerent, immediately after the receipt at
tho Hoclety'a olllco In Tevv York of eatltliictory
proof of death, tog tber w th valid and autlnfuc.
try dla. lmrKe from thu partle In Jntereat, and
without requiring any delay, even for Hxty or
ninety daya, as haa been tho cuxlorn heretofore,
and la allll uaual wllu other compatilea.
JI. H. ilYllK, I'ri'Kldciit
. Js, rjno.no
CAIRO CITY FEUKY CO.
On and aftor Monday. June 7th. and until
notica thefurryboal will make trips aa foilowa:
Mlnriourl Land'a;. Kuriturky I.d'g.
Eot Fourth at.
8:m a. m.
2:00 p. ra.
i p. m.
H: a. m.
2: p. in.
' a. in.
11 a. in.
.1 p m.
S;iw p. m.
1 p. m
STOVES AND TINWAIiE.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AXD STYLUS,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIX, COPPER i SlIEET-IIJON WA1JE
ALL KINDS or JOI1 WOltK NONK TO OUDKB.
XO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo; - . Illinois
There are makers who seek to earn and
fix a reputation for first-class work which
Shall be for all tune. Among these may be
noted the .Mendelssohn Piano Company,
manufacturers of the popular Jubilee Or
gans, which are rapidly becoming known,
and which do not fail to hold every inch of
ground they once occupy.
So thorough is the inspection of tho vari
ous parts, and of tho whole, that when an
instrument goes out of the house a guaran
tee for five years long enough to break
down and wear out two common organs
is given (hi; purchaser. The Jubilee organ
is eminently an organ for thu people.
Louisville, Ky., Commercial.
Having had occasion to purchase organs
of this Company for our own personal
friends, and having found them lo be all
that was claimed for them after years, a
thorough trial, and having repeatedly visit-
d their factory in New York city, we are
prepared to assert, from our own knowledge
of tho manufacturers and their organs, that
their work is not excelled by any manu
facturer now intho market.
In short, the Mendelssohn fiano Com
pany's instruments aro eminently tho peo
ples organs, and aro worthy ot tho cnviaiuo
renutation thrv so certainly enjoy. Wo
cordially recommend them to the confidence
and patronage ot the public; wo adyiso
them to communicate with tho Company,
at its headquarters in New York, and look
over their circular and pric.o list. Tho In
Summer Wood and Kindling
At Seventy-fly cents per load.
Stavo Trimming w
At one dollar per load.
The 'lrlmmlni;a"ar coarc f havlnc and ma lie
thbitt annimi-r wood for cooking porporai
M the ch'-aprm ever fold in Cairo. Kor hlark
mlth a uc In ettlnif tlre. they arc nnrotial'rd.
Leave your ordera at tho Tenth atreet wood )ard
MtOCEUIES, IiOOTS AND SHOES.
THE BOSTON STOKE
STAPLE and FANCY
G HO C.1CI1I JSS
Provisions, Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits, Ciiecns, Glass Wood
IIOOTS and SHOES
The Host r.raiiil of Flour
always on baud .
TO! J ACCOS.CIQ A KS.Ete
N. n. Country
Produce tuken. All Orderi
Cor. Waphintfon Ave. and Tenth St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
BOOTS AM) Miuks
Tut Carter's Littlo Nervo rill" f"r "
caso of nervousness, sleeplessness, weaK
stomach, indigestion, dyspepsia, &c, reiiei
is sure. 25 cents.
Tumohs, erysipelas, nmrcurial clisonRos,
scrofula and general debility cured 1 by "I)r,
Lindsey'g Wood Dcnreii .
Atheneuiu liuilding Commercial Av.
tr-. nniv i lis very Heat Imported Stock and em
ploy tho uioal competent workmen,
1)RICKH HEASUNAliLK mid aatliTaclion
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Canh Price Paid for Wheat. .