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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1881.
TIfE DAILY BULLETIN.
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OFFICIAL rATKHOF CITY AM) COCNTY
R.VTKHF.D AT TUB rOHT OFFICII IN CA1UO, IL
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In llil" colli inn. Ave. rem I'r lino, each
lneNmn. Fur one. month, Ni rent per line.
Cairo Street Kailway Company.
This umlersijjned corporators t' said
company respectfully represent that they
have lontf appreciated the want if not the
necessity of a street railroad in this city.
Tlierelori-, tlmtnucli a road might he built,
we in conloi mity with the utate. law applied
for a chatter, not for the purpose of secur
ing a franchise to dispose of fur pecuniary
pain, hut that n mad may he constructed;
hence no charge for the franchise. It is
our desiro that the stock shall he solely
owned and controlled by our citizens.
Having complied with both statu and city
laws, and obtained the ri-jht of way by
unanimous yule, of the city council, we now
oiler the stock to citizens in any amount
from one share upwards. The capi
tal stock is .f '.M,0(IO, divided into
shares of $J."i.OO each; as the length of
road will mt cost $20,01)0 to build and
ennip it, we propose to dispose of no more
stuck at present than will be. necessary to
complete it, reserving the remainder of
stork until such time as it may bo needed
for extending the road. The undisposed
of stock cannot participate in dividends
until sold and paid up. We hope that
sufficient of the stock will soon betaken
to justify the letting of contracts, so as the
road may be completed and in operation
within a few month". For information or
stock apply to the secretary at office of
Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid Society,
corner Commercial avenue and Seventh
street. A.. Ooi.dstine,
(.'Mini, Feb. 10th. 1N81.
C.wuo, Feb. loth, 1SSSI .
This id to warn all saloon and grocery
keepers against selling my husband, 1'. II.
, Corcoran, any intoxicating liquors.
I will not be responsible for anv of his
acts or deeds, as he has forsakeu his family
' and given hiiusi ll up to drink.
Mm. 1 II. O
New liilliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stcagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartman, on the corner of Sixth
stnet and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a lirst class establishment,
be has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and sec him.
Oysters! F1M1! (tunc!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Jlaltimoro
oy.-ters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always Ircsli.
The "Knl Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send ymir orders to the hetulfpiarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Kohkkt Hkwitt, Ag't.
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may bo enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms uf
Mr. I'at, Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
licet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a lirst cla condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figures on a moment's
uotieu at his "Horse Malison". His placeof
uusiness is in connection with the telephone
bnd all orders received thereby will receive
Closing Out, limits and Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladi'-s'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Mines, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
rnako room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin ;o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to cull on tne before purchasing
elscwlojre. as I will assure ymi good bar
gains. 1 invite all to call and see for
themselves. (J. Kuril.
No. !iu CoiiiiiH irial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth stieets. Cairo Ills.
Ihn kl-n's Arnica Salve.
Ihc best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, son s, uls-rs, suit rheum, tcver sores,
etter, chupprd hands, chilllninn, corns, ami
all kinds olVhin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale dy Oko.K. O'IIaua
cm i. ii KYiar
Iniiurgatlon of Onpral Garfield.
The Cairo & Vincennes Railway Co, offers
reduced round trip rates to Washington and
Baltimore for the Inauguration, March 4th
giving an opportunity to see the National
Capital at its best and to witness the inau
guration ot President-elect Garfield.
Passengers leaving Cairo at ! a, ni., reach
Washington 1 :55 next afternoon. For
further information apply to L. B. Church,
passenger agent. F. A. Millkk,
(leneial Passenger Agent.
TIIK I'I.ASTKH'h IIOI'HK.
Having secured the Occidental Hotel,
Indianapolis, Ind., I now oiler for sale the
entire outfit of the Planter's houso in this
city. The house is turnished throughout with
the best quality of black walnut furniture,
everything complete and in best running
order; a great bargain to the right man.
Three years lease.
If not sold by next Wednesday I will
then sell tho entire stock at pub'lic unction,
the sale to contiuue from day to day until
all is sold. II. Thompson,
prop. Planter's House.
On 2,'ndof February, at Washington Hall.
J no. Sen was.
They have Come.
Tho first invoice of Spring Goods arrived
yesterday, and will be followed by the
largest stock of Boots and Shoes brought to
the city. Call and examine, and be con
vinced. ThkO iy Siiok Stoke.
110 Commercial avenue.
Tn houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
se.ncratclv. or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mns. Samcki. Fish ki:,
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tlii' column, ten coin per line,
cacb inertlon. Marked
The Bernhardt is now at Nashville.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBaun's, ofl
The ferryboat Three States will make
a trip to Fort Jefferson this aftcrnnon.
--Francis Whittaekcr's hams and break
fast bacon can he-had at Pettis it Mere
dith's. Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
The Ohio river marked exactly forty
feet on our gauge yesterday CTening.
Go to Pettis & Meredith's for the gen
uine Vermont maple syrup, either in cans
or in bulk.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
fur sale, at The Bulletin office.
The street crossing over Twelfth Btrcet
on tho west side of Washington avenue has
Fresh oysters nt A. T. DcBaun's, 5(1
Small patches of ice have again been
coming down the Ohio river during the
last few days.
Coburn's celebrated Fire Kindler, the
best in the world, can he had from Pettis &
The Illinois Central railroad is bedding
the ties of it's track along the Ohio levee
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Judge Baker will open court in Moiiud
City to-morrow instead of Judge Marker'
whose family is Bick.
All who would like pure, creamy cheese
and butter should call upon Pettis it Mer
Check books, nccipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tim Bulletin office.
Mr. Gormnu had a force of men at
work yesterday cleaning off street crossings,
which was certainly commendable.
The Turner society will give a grand
masquerade ball on MardiOras.
The regular services will be held in all
of our churches to-day, and it is desireablo
that ail will be well attended.
Poultry is unusually high in our
market this year. Chickens are worth four
and turkeys fifteen dollars per dozen.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBaun's Mi
We call the attention of the readers to
tho advertisements of the K. M. K. '..
which appear in this issue. The boys
mean what they say.
Signal service ofliccr, W. II. Bay,
promises good weather for tho next week
or ten days and gives us the pleasing assur
anco that winter's back is broken.
Mr. Charles Kdicker has leased the va
cant corner lots near the new union depot
for ten years and contemplates the erection
thcroonofa Iramu building, which ho will
occupy as a saloon and restaurant.
Tho ball of tho K. M. K. C, on March
1st, is attracting much attention from the
amusement loving portion of our citizens,
and promises to he tho largest and finest
ever given in the city.
ltev.Hossfelil, the assistant of Bev. E.
Knappo, the pastor of the Lutheran church,
will deliver his first sermon iu tho English
language to-night at tho church, on
Thirteenth street, between Washington ave
nue ami Walnut street.
Tho Lest of enmed beef in any quantity
desired can be hud .it Frc,ti. Keohler's sam
plo shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats or tho best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want pood meats.
The Loan exhibition of tho Presby
terian ladies, will bo in full blast this
John Beese is suffuring from rheuma
tism and not I'm in asthma as the local pa
pers erroneously stated.
Beservcd seats for K. M. K. 0. per
formance, to take place Feb, 28th, now on
sale at Hartnian's.
The demand for cars to run to Wash
ington for Garfield's iuauguration exceeds
anything ever known.
Property iu Chicago recently Bold for
fl,125 per improved front foot highest
figure ever reached.
A full line of wooden and willow ware
such as buckets, baskets, tubs, etc., at Pet
tis it Meredith's.
We stated yesterday that Mr, II.
Thompson was going to Vincennes, Ind.
It should have been Indianapolis, Ind.
The Library column In to-day's issue
of Tiik Bulletin is unusually interesting.
It will bo found on tho third page. .
Prof. Jack Emery, brother to William
Emery of this city, is about to be married
to a Miss Emma Hull, at Poughkecpsi,
The new song books for the Methodist
Sunday school have arrived and will be
used iu the Sunday school prayer meeting,
immediately after the Sunday school.
The editor's convention met at Spring
field, Illinois, on the lGth instant, and had
some very interesting exercises in the way
of speeches, essays, funeral orations, etc.
Gen. Walker's census of the municipal
indebtedness of the country foots up ti 14,
000,000 one-third of tho national debt, and
New York staggers under one-fifth of it.
Mr. Harry Warden, a business man in
North Cairo, buried one of his children this
week, and his friends will regret to learn
that the other members of his family are
Mrs. F. M. Stockfleth contemplates the
erection of a residence on the vacant lots
next to her present residence on Niuth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street. .
Dr. Clark has taken tho pains to find
out something about Billy Patterson and
the man that struck him, and he gives the
result ot his researches to the public on his
bulletin board, free gratis.
-The ball of the K. M. K. C. which
comes off on tho evening of March 1st,
promises to be by all odds tho grandest
event of the season. Costumes at Phil II.
We uotico in a late number of the
"Notre Dame Scholartic," published at
Notre Dame, Ind., an article entitled,
"Lessons Taught Us," which displays con
siderable scholarship and research.
In our list ol jurors in the Whitcamp
case, published yesterday morning, a mis
take occurred. Instead of "Win. San
dusky, Sandusky," it .should have been
Win. Holmes, Sandusky. With this ex
ception all was right.
Colonel Starkey Powell, who has ex
erted himself toward carrying through the
Illinois legislature a bill providing for the
erection of elevators, was presented with a
cane by a number ot his collegues at the
state capital the other day.
-By a decision of the state board of
agriculture, the state fair will be located at
Peoria for the years 18S1 and 1HS2. The
Springfieldites are naturally somewhat dis
appointed and the Pcorians are unduly
elated over the action of the board.
Ih the report of tho school exercises
yesterday morning, our reporter got a little
mixed in the names. When ho wrote
"Willie" Mi 'Galley, ho should have written
"Nellie." We are glad to set the young
-Messrs. Pettis it Meredith, tho grocers
on the corner of Eighthtrcet nnd Wash
ington avenue have something interesting
to say to the public in this morning's issue
of The Bulletin. Real their locals else
where. Pettis it Meredith have recently re
ceived a larger stock of sugars, molasses,
rico and coffee than they ever had before and
are able to supply their customers with any
of these articles at figures as low as the
Haitman's hall, the largest and finest
in Southern Illinois, lias been secured by
the K. M. K.C. for their ball March 1st.
The Crew will give no parade this year;
but propose to excel all their former efforts
In the way of a Masquerade Bull.
The Bough and Beady Firo Company
will celebrate Washington's birthday (next
Tuesday ) by giving one of their enjoyable
sociables at their hall in the evening, in
which all of their friends are invited to
participate. These sociables never fail to
furnish an evening of genuine enjoyment.
By reference to our advertising col
umns this morning, anyone in a mood to
speculate, or to engage in a good paying
business, or desirous of obtaining bargains
in furniture, will find something of interest
in the notico headed, "For sale, Planters
A day or two ago a little colored girl
was suddenly attacked with n fit while
crossing Washington avenue lrom tho court
house toward Mr. J. H.Metcalf's store, and
fell down in tho mud laying thern in a
helpless condition and crying, Her cries
were heard and she was taken humo and
Bhorlly after died. She was buried yesterday.
A real curiosity in tho shapo of an
elegant and comfortable nrm-chair, tho legs,
back and ni nis constructed out of tho horns
ot Texas cattle, can bo seen nt tho signal
office. It is the property ot Mr. Everly,
Mr. Bay's assistant, and was made in St.
Louis under his own direction. Two pairs
of horns lrom the legs nnd four pairs are
made to form the back and arms.
Mr. James Mallory, who has returned
from a trip south by river, reports the cot
ton crops of the south in a very bad con
dition. He says that the cotton planters of
the south report this to bo the worst
weather for their crops that they have ever
had; that, iu many cases, they will lose
their entire crop, partly because they could
not get pickers, but chiefly because, when
they had pickers, the rain and snow would
not let them work.
Mr. W. F. Pitcher is agent for a tin
tube attachment for the telephone which is
to facilitate the transmission of sound. It
seems ns though it might bo nn improve
ment but we have not yet had an opportu
nity of testing it thoroughly because of tho
disarrangement in the call wire. And, by
the way, a thought strikes us; we believe
we arc entitled to a lelmtc from the Tele
phone Company for the time that this dis
turbance in the system lasts.
The Baptist Sunday school will cele
brate the third anniversary of its organiza
tion this morning at the temperance hall,
commencing half past nine o'clock. This
school was organized February 10th, 187,
with about twenty members, since which
time it has been steadily increasing in in
terest and numbers until it now numbers
over a hundred, the attendance reaching as
h it'll as one hundred and fifty -four at one
meeting in January. The exercises to day
will consi-t of recitations by the scholars,
The call wire ot the telephone system
has been out of order since Friday evening
and up to late last night, the cause of the
disorder had not been discovered. Mr.
Easterday claims to be able to account fur
the di.-order, however. He, says that be
was told confidentially, and we repeat it
in the same way, that Mr. (!eo. S. Fisher
intended to kick us on Friday for some
thing we had said, and not having the time
to come down to our sanctum, he
undertook to do it by telephone, which
resulted in the total paralysis of the tele
Carlyle generally hit the nail on the
head. He once asked an Edinburgh student
who tells the story in the Milwaukee
Sentinel what he was studying for. The
youth replied that be had not quite made
up his mind. There was a sudden lightning
Hash of the old Scotchman's eye, a sudden
pulliug down of the shaggy eyebrows, and
the stem face grew sterner as he said:
"The man without a purpose is like a ship
witlmit aruilder;awaif,anothing,a no man.
Have a purpose in life, it it is only to kill
and divide and sell oxen well, but have a
purpose, and having it throw such strength
of mind and muscle into your work as God
has given you." And this is the best advice
that can be given to a young man.
The ladies of the Literary association
did not realize very much out ot the Stuart
Rogers entertainment, which is to be re
gretted. They have been unfortunate in
giving entertainments, the weather never
failed to take on its worst form, whenever
the Library association gave a
public cntcrtaimucut. Last Friday night
was certainly one in which most anybody
would have dreaded to be away from a
pleasant fireside and taking this into con
sideration the association has reason to
congratulate itself upon the attendence they
did have. The performance is pronounced
superior to any ot the kind ever given here
by all who witnessed it, and it is only to
be regretted that it was not repeated on
S ituiday night, when we are sure there
would have been a crowded house.
Tin Paducah Enterprise wants a pub
lic library started in that town and cslls
upon tie men the wealthy men of the
place, to fork over a few thousand dollars
and establish it. Tho Kutcrnri.sc man
makes a mistake in this -"he is barking
up the wrong tree," as it were; he must
call upon the public spirited ladies of his
town if ho would be heeded. Cairo is
blessed with a public library and, while the
men were not entirely inactive in its estab
lishment, yet the ladies must receive the
greater part ol the credit for it. They
were the first movers- in fact, they were
the founders of the institution and have
been almost exclusively responsible for its
continued prosperity. We would advise
the Enterprise to call upon the ladies of
Paducnli to jlako the initiatory movement
in the matter and we feel suro that it will
not be disappointed.
Some days ago Mrs. W. B. Pettis
missed a heavy gold finger ring, worth
about fifteen dollars, which a dilligent
search all over the house did not replace.
Suspicion wus aroused against a colored
girl who had been in Mrs.
Pettis' employ for sometime, but upon
being accused of the theft, the girl denied
evcflhaving seen it. She was threatened
with arrest nnd imprisonment it she did
not confess her guilt and return the stolen
property, but she remained firm iu her de
nial, supporting her protestations of inno-
cenco with oaths. Mr. Pettis was satis
fied of her guilt, however, and summoned
Officers Schiickcrs and Hhecliun, who took
tho girl under arrest and it was not
until then that she confessed to having
taken tho ring and begged to bo released
upon condition that alio return the ring.
The officers escorted her to her homo on
Thirty-fourth street, where she got tho ring
and took it back to its owners, and sho
mourns the loss of both character and a
THE WHITCAMP CASE.
KOHL WILL TKSTIFV.
Court opened yesterday morning
pursuant to adjournment, at nine o'clock
nnd all went well until tho prosecution
sought to place George Kohl on tho wit
ness stand to testify in behalf ol tho people
w hen the defense objected, chiefly upon tho
ground that bis religious belief was not
such as would make an oath binding upon
him. Witnesses were brought to testify
that he had said that "if a man dies he
dies like a dog," as much as to say that
there was no existence beyond this and,
therefore, no retribution for crimes or sins
committed in this life. But the prosecu
tion took the ground that he (Kohl) believ
ed in a supreme being and in retribution
in this life for sins committed in this
life and that, therefore, lie
would be punished here if he swore
falsely. Counter testimony was also offered
by the prosecution impeaching that of
the dulense and was sustained. In this
way nnd in lengthy arguments by different
lawyers on both sides tho entire day was
taken up and it was not until about U
o'clock thnt the court decided in , favor ot
the prosecution, so that the first thing in or
der at the opening of court to morrow
morning will probably be the taking of
George Kohl's testimony. It is likely that
when this case has been disposed of, which,
it is believed, will be about Wednesday, the
court will adjourn, as Judgn Browning was
to open court in another circuit to-morrow
COVERED WITH WATER.
Spec! dii-pnli'li to Hie lobn Di'iiuirrnt.
Caiho, 111., Feb. is.- A heavy rain has
been pelting all day and half
of last night, and the flat
lands are covered with water. Busi
ness is almost at a standstill on account of
continued wet weather. The prospects are
for a big rise in the river, although it is
now 40 feet above low-water mark.
The above appeared in yesterday's issue
of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. The
person that was guilty of sending that des
patch to that paper is one who is either
ignoiant of the true state of affairs, or he is
a malicious and nn infamous falnifyer, in
either case he is a burthen to this com
munity, which it can not afford to bear and
which it should get rid of nt the
earliest possible moment. The
truth is, that there is no water
in Cairo with the exception of what little
has run together in the low places from
the late rains, and that certainly would not
bear mention, much less justify the
sending of a dispatch to St.
Louis such as the above. Again, the
business (1f the city is and has been all this
winter better than at any previous time
Our merchants are all well pleased with
this winters business and our wharves and
railroads have hud more than they could
handle every day this year. The author of
the above gross misrepresentation should
be hunted down and made to suffer for this
GLEANINGS FROM THE NEIGHBOR
HOOD. A party ol men burglarized the railroad
depot at Marion, III., last week and took
therefrom a quantity ol bottled beer; they
then entered the school house, where they
drank the beer, scattered the empty bottles
and mutilated the pchool books and furni
ture. No clue was found to their identy.
The follow ing account of the Carbondale
fire is from the Observer of that city and
will be of some interest: "About one o'clock
Wedne.-day night the usual hour, a fire was
discovered in the old Hord building on the
cast side of the square. The first story was
occupied by John Toler as a grocery store,
and the second story by Mrs. Watson ns a
residence. Both were insured and lost
everything. Toler had $1,000 insurance
and Mrs. Watson ifsriO on her furniture.
On the north side, across the alley, were
two small buildings belonging to Jeremiah
Hughes, on leased ground owned by Lewis
Bristol. These wero occupied, one as n
meat shop, the other as a coffin shop. They
were also burned to the ground. There
was no insurance on either of the buildings,
nnd the entire loss by the fire is put nt
V00. This lire cleans out the last of the
old wooden rookeries on the cast side of
the square from Main to North street."
Tho linn ot Powell it Johnson, drug
gists, of Vienna, Illinois, has been dissolv
ed by mutual consent. Mr. Thomas O.
Johnson continues the business alone.
A Mrs. Marshall McCoy waa adjudged
inBunc at Albion, Illinois, about two days
ago, and will lie confined in the Anna in
sane asylum. It is rumored that her
mental condition is duo in part to the
brutal treatment from her husband.
('ol. Egleton Cannic.hael, nn old and
prominent citizen of Metropolis, Illinois,
died at his homo in that city during Inst
week. His death leaves a vacancy in the
county treasurer's offico to which ho was
elected last tall.
Fuki) Amos, Tyler Street, Boeliestor,
writes: Your Spring Blossom is wonder
ful, I never used anything that acted so
well on tho Bowels, and at tho same tinio
was so free from tho Drastic properties of
medicines usually sold tor the purpose.
Prices: $1., 50 cents, and trial bottles 10
yon IttNT-Roomii. furnlnlied uy unfurnished,
x wltli or without hnnril, tit resnonublo rutin.
Apply m lliillutii! building.
K'k ACHE FARM FOB BALK ON KASY
V Turin. Tho land In ltunt.-d four milm
wmt of llviltiei Park, 4ft acrei In cultlvittlon. For
particular apply to Wm. IIOI.JiKN.
ST I! BUT LUillT NOTICK.-Nollce In liirel.y
irlvi'ii ilmt tbit city will llelit only nu ll liinipn
are lnratwl under tbu dlre' lloti of th com.
nilMciu nn ulrecti. (Hi-c. '(muter !i, l(evlneit
Orilliinnri'M ) Application muni lm Med Willi tbu
city clerk. By oruer of tbu committee nn atrvi-ta.
.M, J, 1IOWLKV. cbKlriiiuu.
lOH SALK OH KXl IIANK 10 H CAIHO
iiroperty. A irood funn of UMi urn s, ino under
I'ultlviiildii, hiilame In timber : cituati-d nbout in
iiille! lrom hvannville. Iml , a wile, from New
biirif.oiiu nilli. from Olilo Klver. There are ibren
milihca nn t Ii j (arm, lliles, three orchard and
plenty of fiicd WHter. The Newburi; ciml velu
run hi iiemh thl rami. Kor term, eie.. apply to
Ml Alexander Co. Iliu.k.
CAIRO AMATEl'K MtAMATIC
Irish Minstrel Company
will appear on
Tuesday, February 22,1 ill! 1.
Iiitruiliii'lni; the in at Irleli llriiiiiu, of tint
Fenian Ilisiiiin Ireland
For tie' le netlt of Sln t .if Lori'tin A' ademy.
l(eerel now f..r nilu AT HAKTMA.N s.
Iloorn open at 7:Xio'i -lm k
I J -A. I j L
Tuesday Evening, Febr'y 22.
Furale it Ilurtman' and at the door. No Im
proper rb.aru.ier hi, I he admitted.
HOOTS AND r-HOKS
S II 0 E - M A K E K.
Atheiieimi Buildiii!,' CulLirii rcial Av.
I'e ni ;!v the ery UrM Imported Hoik a!.d em
p'ny the inuM coli.petel.t uorkD.cn.
1)HIl'i:s liKASUNAHI.K and fat;ract!ou
STAPLE am) FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CII iO . - ILLS
C ,HIKH. HOOTS ANDMIOES.
THE HOSTON STORE
Provisions 0 recti, Dried ami Ciinncd
Fruits, (.Ulceus, (;MSs Wood
HOOTS axj) SHOES
The Host Iiraiul of Flour
alwaya on bund.
TO I J A CCOS.C1G A J S.Etc
N. II. Country I'rodnce taken, All Order!
prom ft ly tilled,
Cor. U'ahlutfton Ave, midTcntu St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
(t W. WIIEKLKR,
Summer AVooil and Kindling
cotiflt AUtly on hana
At Seventy-live cents jier load.
At one dollar jut loud.
Thfl "trlmnilnK"nrii coar abavtni; and mnko
the beat antmner w nnd fur rooklnif purpimti well
the cliuapet ever old in Cal.-o. For black
pmlib'i line In setting tire, thoy are liuuqiiallud. '
Leavt) your orduri it tb! Tenth itruut vvoud yard.