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TUN DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: KM DAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 18H1.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Uit)i: Bulletin Bnlldlns, Washington Avenoit
gNTKUKU AT TIIK 1'OHT OKFU'lt IN CAIKO, 1L'
I.INOIS, AH SKOOM CI.AS8 MATTKK.
LOCAL WKATUKIl KEI'OKT.
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Cairo, Ill .K. h. '.', Issl, f
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nnlircii in lliif column. ftv rmita ier IIiih, each
tnncrliim. Kor oiic inniilh. 5" runts ur Hue,.
Ton h.u.u )( empty vinegar barrel
at tin; Slnrp Corner grocery, corner Popular
ami Eighteenth streets.
Swouoiu & Siiui.tzu.
Mr. Freil Knehier, succexssor to Kochler
Brothers, proprietor of Hie ret
Southern Illinois steam sausage factory is
now prepared to furnish any style of the
lus-t quality of sausages in any quantity
upon short notiee. The reputation i t Mr.
Keohler's manufacture in this line extends
for hundreds ol miles around us it having
taken the premium at a number ot fairs as
the best in every respect. Mr. Keohlcr is
nlso prepared to ilupheate nny figures, no
lnuttor from whence they may come.
A neat c.ill.igi', pleniintly situated; for
p;u (iciilars, iniiiin; of JJ. F. Dlakk.
Oysters! Fisli! (fame!
Fret.ii oyster, line ami fat, lor salt!, liy tlir.
can or liy the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fioin Mobile, ami Baltimore
oysters receiver! in cans, direct troiu the
packers, hy every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper,'' the kin among lih
and the ihjight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oyster) and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Koiikut Hkwitt, Ag't.
Two ilcsirahle lots on Commercial ave
nue iihove Fifteenth street, cheap. Title
perfect. M. J. Howi.kv,
Heal Estate Agent.
They liavo Coine.
The first invoice of Spring Goods arrived
yesterday, and will lie followed by the
largest stock of Hoots and Shoes brought to
the city. Call mid examine, and be con
vinced. Tin-: City Siior Stork.
14H Commercial avenue.
Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street and Jefferson avenue, will be sold
separately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
Mrs. Sam i-ei. Fisiiku,
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
New Milliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartnian, on the corner of Sixth
strict and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. Jle 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,
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.
the best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth sued, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want gxd meats.
A I 1'at Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may lu enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Fat. FitGerald, at the comer of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
fioin a buss down to a
milky, all in a first class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable tigureson a moment's
iMtiec nt his "Horse Manson". Mis plaeeof
nurdiices is in connection with the telephone
bod all orders received thereby will receive
( losing Onl, I 'iints iittd Shoos.
II lying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladi"s"
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an iiniuori.su stock of spring
L'oods which will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all l call find see for
tlminsclvei. ' (J. KlK'll.
No. tin Commercial avenue between Fifth
ind Sixth ftp eis, Cairo Ills.
IhirWh'ii's Arnica Salve.
'I he best HHlvt- i t. wmi, (,. (.S)
bruises, snvs,user, rl.nni( lever sores,
etter, chapped .,Hs, c.hilnlnins, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guarant I to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per box. For si!t! y ;K. y4i o'IIaiia
(II I, 11 KYKfl'
Kcdticcd Kates to Washington.
For Inauguration Ceremonies; the Illi
nois Central Kailroad will sell tickets,
Cairo to Washington and return, for $31.00.
Tickets good to return on until March
10th. This Lino runs two daily trains,
making direct connections, and ariiving in
Washington as quick as any other route.
I'ullnnn's Palace Sleeping Cars through
from Cairo to Cincinnati without change.
J. II. Jonkh, Jamks Johnson,
Ticket Agent, Cairo. Gen I Agent1
Desirable furnished rooms at reasonable
rates. Inquire of Mas. Stanjikuy,
Tenth, near Walnut.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntlct'H In them- minimi, ten rent prr lino,
onr.li Ineerllon. Markcil
The masons at Augusta, Oa., are going
to build it $.5,(I(I0 opera house.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock nt V. Korsmeyer's.
Three churches in Michigan City, Ind.,
too weak to run a revival separately, pooled
their forces and gathered in fifty sinners.
The chief attraction in the city en the
evening of the coming hst w'" ',u ,nu
Mystic Krew masquerade ball.
Messrs. (). II. Jackson & Co., the com
mission merchants, were yesterday supplied
with a telephone; their number is seventy
four. Mounted and vann.dn d maps of Cairo,
for sale, at TliK JJu.l.hTlN office.
--Mr. Kimbroiigli, of the Wavcrly
House, is having a new poich and awning
built across the front of Ins hotel near the
corner of Sixth street and Commercial
Hotmail's elegant hall will be thrown
open to the public by the Mystic Krew on
the lirst ol March.
Mr. W. C. Mulkey spoke for the prose
cution in the Whitcainp case, up to the
closing of the night session last night, and
this morning when court opens, Mr. S. P.
Wheeler will make the first argument for
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's. r
JohnT. Kaymoiiilauthoriy.es the papers
to say that he and Miss Courtney Karnes
(daughter of Kose Kytingei arc to he mar
ried in April.
The boys of the Mystic Krew are
actively engaged in perfecting preparations
for Mardi Gras flay.
Yesterday's police business in Cairo
consisted of one case before the court of
Judge Olmsted. It was a man charged
with carrying concealed weapons. He was
filled twenty-five dollars and costs and, in
default of payment, was sent to the lock-up
for twenty-nine days.
Cheek books, pceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Thk IJi i.i.KTiN ofliee.
At the mild celebration of Washing
ton's birthday at the national capitol the
stand on which the president and other
dignitaries were seated gave way ami fell to
The public should bear in mind that
the Mystic Crew will celebrate Mardi Gras
day by a grand masquerade ball at 1 1 art -man's
A fiull.MK) capital electric light com
pany has been organized at Detroit. It is
to furnish electricity for lighting, heating,
driving machinery, etc., and will woik
under Kdison's patents.
The masquerade ball of the K. M. K.
C. promises to be the most brilliant event
of the season. The best string band in the
city has been engaged lor the occasion.
-Harry Walker's uniformed Comiquc
band made our streets resound with
charming, music, yesterday afternoon imd
aroused many a phlegmatic
individval into a new appreciation of life.
Harry's company in l'aduc.ah is meeting
with unprecedented success.
If Miss Carson, the Kuglish lady who
is coming here to manage a cooking school
for a few weeks, can teach would-be candi
dates the art of cooking another fellow's
goose, she may depend upon the largest
kind of uttendanec from local politicians.
They are just yearning fur insinuation on
The number of democrats and republi
cans in the United States senate is so near
ly equal that the! serious illness of Senator
Carpenter, which promises to keep him out
of his seat when the body to which, ho be
longs reorganizes, is creating some anxiety
among republicans. Should Pennsylvania
fail to elect a senatoi in time und Carpen
ter remain ill, the democrats will have a
Mr. Krown, the house mover, will be
gin to move .Messrs. Swoboda & Sc.hultze's
store onto the vacant lots next to it, now
used as u wagon yard. This will he the
first moTC toward building the large, new,
two story, brick store, which the firm in
tends to erect upon the lots now occupied
by the old one.
Hannon & Co. Have supplied them
wives, with a telephone, which is numbered
"tie hundred and three. All persons want
ing st-wing machines, or any sewing ma
chine ixttiicbimmts, or having nny repairs to
make un their machines can have their
wants promptly W1,,,;p,, ,,y ,,Hlilg Ull)))
tolephone station No. io:t,
The Cairo Anmtcur Dramatic and
Irish Minstrel Company y, probiibly go
to Mound City on next Tuesday to repeat
their performance there. The company
comprises some of our best Irish talent, has
given two excellent entertainments hero
ami will, wo doubt not, meet with the
greatest success wherever they go.
Captain Wnldrcii, tho manager of the
cotton compress up town, is having that
institution handsomely painted and gotten
irt first class working order. It will prol
ably he some time, however, before activo
operations will be begun with any certainty
of continuing, as the bulk ot the last cotton
crop had already been disposed of before
the compress here was ryady and will go
north by other routes.
The sidewalk carpenters, under the
direction ot Mr. Gorman, have been doing
ifood work within the last tew days. Tho
plank walk on Levee street, from Sixth
street down, has been repaired in various
places; a new crossing has been made over
Kighth street on the west side of Washing'
ton avenue; the paving, with rock, of tin
Sixth street walk for a distance of twenty-
five feet, where it crosses Railroad Strip, has
progressed rapidly; preparations have been
made for laving the brick walk on the
south siile of Sixth street and the new
plank walk on Twellth s' et; between
Washington avenue and Walnut street, is
rapidly approaching completion.
There is a bill before the state legisla
ture: To tax itinerntdoctors,etc, a license
of $HM per month; allowing mileage V) wit
nesses before justices of the peace; rcqiiir
ing insurance companies to pay full face
value to policy when propeity is destroyed;
to prevent extortion by sleeping car compa
nies; limiting their charges to if l for a
berth; preventing the changing ol freight
rates by any freight or transportation com
pany .without (10 days' notice by posting
at all points where freights are received
under penalty of not less than $."0O nor
more than 1 1 0,000, which the railroad
commissioners are instructed to enforce.
It has been many years since the even
ing (or any other) sky presented a prettier
sight than tint now afforded any clear
night, an hour or two after sunset, by the
planets Jupiter, Venus and Saturn. Venus
is the biightest of the three and this spring
is unusually brilliant. To night the three
planets will lorm a perfect equilateral tri
angle with sides five degrees in length; anil
by March 1st, Venus will have moved east
ward and the triangle will have become
right angled, with Saturn at the right angle.
To add to the interest of the situation,
Mercury may be seen in the west, for a few
days setting at 7:20, 1, 1 j hours after the
sun; while farther up in the skies a good
glass will disclose Neptune who, so far as
is now known, stands gu ard on the out
posts of the sohr system.
Washington's birthday was celebrated
in various ways by our'dilferent citizens,
each of whom, no doubt, thought that they
were setting a g 1 example to all who did
not celebrate, and all of whom ought to
have credit for their remembrance of
one of our greatest characters upon the
world's stage; but they didn't conic up to
Mike O'Donnell. Mike got away with
them all. lie thought of Washington's
birthday long before they did, and, on last
Tuesday, the day upon which the great
truth teller and cherry tree destroyer was
born, there appeared in Mike's family a son.
We don't know whether ho was a bouncing
boy or not, (some boys don't bounce, you
know) but as to his name there cm he
no doubt it will be G. Washington
Tub tenacity with which a cold clincs
to the system 'frequently induces a nervous
cough that will remain after the cold de
parts. Dr. Hull's (lough Syrup will cure
all nervous coughs. Price 2.1 cents.
TIIK WIIITCAMP TItAUKDY.
TIIK DI'.l'KMiANT S 'I KSTIMONY.
Since the defence Ims been bringing
forward its witnesses the popular verdict as
to the probable result of the trial has been
somewhat modified in tin! defendant's
favor. Several breaches were made ill the
tentimoiiy of George Kohl and one or tuo
others, which hare had a weakening cll'ect
upon the-prosecution that is patent to all
who paid close attention to the progress
ol the trial, and that will
be felt by theiil to the end.
Yet they have a good case and their lawyers,
being young men ol talent and energy, will
not fail to present their side in the strongest
possible manner. The lawyers for the de
fense am satisfied that they have the
strongest side ol the esse and are just as
confident of uicecss as are their opponents,
Thi popular interest in the case is un
abated -in fact increasing as thn trial pro
gresses. The court room was again crowd
ed within a few minutes after court conven
ed yesterdily morning, a number of ladies
being preson'.. Mrs. Caroline Whitcainp,
tin.1 defendant in this case, who had been
on the witness stand a short tints at the
night session of court the evening before,
was again called upon the stand ns the first
witness for the defense yesterday morning.
Her testimony, including what was elicited
from her at Wednesday evening's session,
which did not appear in yesterday's issue of
Tun Kui.i.KTlN, was as follows:
I am forty-four years old; havtt lived
here twenty-eight years; have been mar
ried twenty-six years; was married in
Cairo; I have lived here nil tho lime until
we moved out on the lurm and raised two
crops; wo lived on Kighth street before wo
moved onto the farm; 1 remember when
Kohl came to my house, it was on the 11th
of October, 1878; my husband employed
him; I worked on the farm ut my work in
woods; I hoed corn, plowed, planted pota
toes, milked, etc.; 1 was not at homo on tho
eve. of my husband's death; I was at the
graveyard seven miles Iroin here; have three
children buried there; Caroline, my
daughter, persuaded mo to go; I would
not have gone had she not insisted upon
it; in the morning wanted to go with them
(Kohl and my husband) and got on raft
ami it sunk with im and my husband said
I couldn't go; I stayed at homo und work
cd; they came homo about noon; we ato
dinner and as I'washed dishes Caroline said
let us go to the graveyard, but I said no,
and after the dishes were washed she re
peated her wish to go to tho graveyard, and
I again refused ; she again insisted and I
finally went. Wo walked on the fence to
the slough, I shut my ryes in crossing the
slou'di because water makes me dizzy. We
went to the burying ground and stayed
there until three o'ciock ; we came back to
the railroad track and met a man named
llilhnan on the track. Wo then saw Mr.
and Mrs. KiL'ore below the crossing
place three hundred yards away; then, in
about fifteen minutes, we went to the llat
to cross and stopped a short time w hen
Mrs. Sihlamnier came along; we were
near the road seven or eight feet from the
road; I stood on tho side of tho road; we
had heard Schlamuiers; were not at home;
Kilgore ti Id us they were not at homi
Schlamuiers were coming from Cairo;
Mrs. Schlaininer said, I have been to your
house two or three limes, and now you
must come (iloiigwith me, but I said no, I
must go home; Mrs. Schlamnicr said it is
not late, come on, and so said Caroline,
and we wcirt and walked; the wagon in
w bich .Mrs. Schlamnicr rode was a single oik
horse, wagon and very small; Mr. Schlam
incr got there first, but not five minutes
before we clid; we stayed there one and n
half hours; we then went lomie down the
railroad; Caroline ran and I ran also;
I bad been to the graveyaid and thought of
my boy, and I was so fit, that is why my
heart was heavy. After we left
Schlaminer's we went limine at
four or live o'clock p. in; From the
llat to where, I got the rope is about fifteen
feet; We went to the house und saw Geo.
Kohl their and I asked him where Mr.
Whit ramp was and he didn't answer me;
I asked him again, and he said he was
drowned: I railed him and he didn't an -swer
im' as he usually did; I asked
again, and he said the same;
Gecrge said nothing more about my hus
band being drowned; I did nothing but
try to cross the slough Monday; I fell into
the water and got sick; George wouldn't
go over again ; I tried to yet him to go over;
I was not well the whole week; I came to
town Saturday; it was corn planting tune
when 1 went after George ut Sirkberu'erV;
hi! wouldn't g with me; my husband hent
me; I had no other business; George had
had my husband's horse a week; became as
far as Fitzgerald's saloon; the second tunc
my husband sent me; I also had butter and
eggs; George had been htre then one week;
Mr. Whitcainp said water was getting high
and he wanted George there to help take
care of the stock ; 1 never had any conver
sation with George Kohl about killing my
husband;! went to Henry Whitcainp's when
I came to town und told him of Whitcainp's
loath; I stayed in town until Monday;
Kohl said, "We were on the river and I
jumpe i oil, ami tin' bank cavdi in ami we
fell in and a stump saved me;'' hr said he
was wet and wanted to put on dry clothes;
he did not say at what dace Mr. Whitcainp
was drowned ; George said they both fell
in as th-y got off the boat; he never told
me any dilf nut story about my husband;
we never talked any more with him that
evening ; 1 lnlu t leel well ;
Ill .M t 1 1 1 'll'llll '' I I ' ' I I I I I I ,
wlo ii I went to the farm Henry Woitcamp
told mo it was better to pay Kohl off; I told
him I In I no money and he let me have
fifteen dollars; I don't know how much was
coining to Kohl; I gave Kohl no money
then or nt'lei wards; 1 never said anything
to hint about leaving, lor the reason he said
he was going to slay there and take care of
.....i i . i, .!,,' ,i ti,
the stock. I got then; Monday about ten
o'clock a. in., afoot ; I gave that fdo to Hen
ry Whitcainp; the cow had a young calf
and I milked le r; I h ft aboui ten o'clock
a. in.; went to Ann Harris' one hour, and
then went to Cairo; I went home about
three o'clock a. m.; nobody went with me;
Ann Harris wanted to go across with ine,
ami 1 didn't want her to; I went out next
morning; Caroline ami Kmnia Whitcainp
went with me; we. got out there at ten or
eleven o'clock a. in.; wo walked; we found
nobody there; George Kohl took me across
on Mon lay, mid back again Tuesday; wo
met Schlaininer on the other side of levee,
ho said Fred told him to Ml me to tele
graph fur George; the girls said, "Let's go
und see what clothes Im wore;" Fred said
on Sunday something was wrong; Tuesday
when we went out; somebody was
over on the other side,
and we waited until they came back; wo
came back same day ami went to Henry
Whitcainp's; I stayed here until Wednes
day and went back ; I don't remember who
went witli me that day; Thursday noon
got the meat at Williams; had no conversa
tion with bim at nil ; never was at. his shop
afterwards; he never put his hand in mine;
the barn is a double barn; I never heard or
knew of Kohl digging nny hole;
I saw Kohl pulling planks Mon
day morning; I did not know that
Kohl was going to leave; I did not tell him
nt liny time to leave; I Idt tho stock and
things in charge of Kohl; mo and my hus
band got along first rate, except when he
was drinking, he mistreated mo; ho got
drunk after tho divorce matter was settled;
w hen he was sober he was a mighty good
man; my husband proposed that the proper
ty be made over to me; he cams over to me;
1 lohl my huslmnd that when
ho gave two lots I would come back and it
he did not do it, 1 would not crime back; I
went back to him ; in about three weeks J
filed another bill for divorce; I know Adii
Harris, I hoard her statement yesterday; I
lian a conversation with Ann Harris about
my husband's death; I told her he had the
money on Sunday; I do not know when lie
got it; I told her my husband was drown
ed and told her he had money and I
shouldn't wonder if Kohl had killed him
for the money.' I told her my husband
aski'd ine for pocket book and I gave it to
him, I told her I tried to get Kohl to go and
report it and he would not go; I told her
about the drowning of my husband, as
Kohl had told it to me. I have known
Henry Hunker for some time; I visited bis
family some, not much; I was at his house
twice as he said ; I was speaking to him;
no one was present; I didn't Ml Dunker to
cimie over ami sec Kohl for any purpose
whatever; I was talking to him about my
husband's death. Dunker hail acted as my
friend; 1 hail no conversation with him at
any time slioiit coming over to see Kohl;
I dhi not offer him any money for doing
anything fur me; I went back to the farm
in, Thursday to stay; I was there on Satur
day when llodu'cs, Fitzgerald and Wil
liams came out; I told them that Kohl
told me he was drowned ; some one told lot
to conic ami show them my husband; I
asked them if they wanted to go out to the
Mississippi: they told me to
come behind the stable and
they wmild show me my husband;
I whs not out there when they took the
plank oil'; Caroline, George and myself
wore the slim s; I had the shoes on in the
looming, when the men came out there; I
never knew of Kohl's hiiving a pistol; I
never had h'iv agreement with Kohl alwnit
buy inn a pistol; we had a gun and pistol
about the house; I .-laid at the store on
Kighth street ; it v. as Christmas one yeiir
ago; I did all of the work in the store; we
bad a store-keeper; I was
imt at home during that time:
when Caroline pursuaded me I consented
to go to the graveyard; I have always been
alllicted w ith the heart disease; the reason I
run when I left Schlammer's was because
it was getting late; I did not see any large
amount of money on George when became
back the day of the killing; Mr. Dunker
Sllge-teil my atlonievs as hem'' the best
men to employ ; I did not pay Hendricks any
money lor property; I never had any con
versation w ith Kohl in reference to I r. Unity.
Court adjourned for dinner after Mrs.
Whili amp had finished her testimony.
Till. AM'KIINOON SKSSION
coinini nceii at 1 oil o clock ami the exami
nation of witnesses was aijuin resumed
by the prosecution. The first witness called
Miss KMM W 1UT( AMI',
who, being asked w in tin r Mrs. Whitcamp
or her daughter suggested going to the
graveyaid, replie I :
'Mi s Whitcainp asked Carolina, and not
Caroline Mis. While imp, to go to the
graveyard w itb In r."
Mr. Heath was next called and said: "I
am a shoeinaken : I w.t. a member of the
coroner's jury ; I remember ol hearing the
testimony of Caroline Whitcainp; she said
her mother insisted on ln-r going to the
ravevard; Kohl's foot measures six and a
ball inches, and a number eight-and-a-half
shoe would make him an easy fitting shoe."
Fred Whitcainp was then called up by
the prosecution, but the defense objected
and wi re sustained by the court, hence he
did not testily. Mr. Death was then re
called to the stand and asked what the
testimony before the coroner's jury was, as
to who suggested u visit to (he graveyard
und he replied that it was Mrs. Whitcainp
and not Caroline, her daughter.
Ten witnesses were then introduced with
the object id' impeaching Mrs Whitcamp's
character for truthfulness. These were
Charles Kdicker, Win. Alba, Mrs. Williams;
Mrs. Tell, Mrs. Hofheinz, Mrs. Walters,
Mrs. Resell, Henry lilock, Mrs. Shelly and
II. liloins. With the exception of Mrs
Shelly all testified that Mrs. Whitcamp's
reputation as to truthfulness was bad. Rut
wo do not deem it necessary to tire tho
reader by giving their testimony, more
especially since it was rendered null by
counter testimony introduced by the de
fense at the night session.
The exainiiialniii ol witnesses closed at
about eight o'clock yesterday evening and
the argument for the prosecution was begun
by Mr. W. C. Mulkey. This forenoon will
probably yet be taken up by the prosecution
und the defense will commence their argu
ment nt the afternoon session. It is likely
that the case will be 'given to the jury to
night or tortnorrow forenoon.
Mkssiim. Wanoi.kh linos., Druggists,
Waterloo, Iowti, wriles: Wo have been
the drug business for tll'teen years in tin
ferent parts of America, and never belore
have we sohl nny inedicino that gave ueH
general satisfaction as St. Jaeobs Oil, or
whose sales could even distantly oimipiirr,
with the extraordinary "run" which this
ineoniwarablo remedy enjoy"! '" I"-""'
.f it wonilorfol rtllcicy. tlif" r't.bl be no
trouble whatever for us to tMtun live hun
dred testimonials in favor St. .laeoiis Oil.
Wo renew our personal liulorsntnen of the
strong claims of tliisOreat Oerinan Remeily,
In recommending it to wilU'roni with rheu
matism and ull palno'l diseases.
PoK HEST-Itoouw, fiirninliBU c,,' uiiluniUljeil,
wllh or without Imurd, nt n.-uooimltlu rule.
Apply ut Bulletin bullillnij.
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JUV lrni. 1 he Und Ik ultunteri r.mr mil,.
winl of I lui! i;e il'iirk, 45acrs In i ultUiif inn. Ke.r
parrli ilium spply to W hoi.hkn
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J iirniiTly.-A K'ud farm of aio hi h h, Inn uinler
cultlvHllini, tiHlani H In timber; xliiiiitiil mI.i.iii k
julli lium Kvansvllle. Iml , : mil,., rrm N,.u
hiirif.oni! mlln from Ohio Jllver. Tl,, ri. nre il,r,.
tioio-ex oil (lio fiirni, mut.les, ll.rei- ori ln.nl i,,
plenty of uoc.l wiltnr. Tin- NfHlmri; coal v ,
riniH lii nuutU thin fnrin. For ternm. nr.. tt i . i . v i
ii wiai.y u
nt Ali xuiiiluf Co. Ilni.k.
YOCUM fc JlKODKIilUK,
Washington Avcnu Cor.
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H. JON KS.
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M UVKS AND TISWAIiK.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS AM) STYI.LS,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIX, COI'I'F.U k SIIEET-IKON WAKE
AM. KINKS OX JOJJ WOIU ISI.NK K) OKDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH hTKEET,
Cairn, . . Illinois
ATi;V YOKK S'I'f H? !'
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WIIOEI.SAI.E AND RETAIL.
JJic Li.iri'.st smHv Sfliclc
Tin; i Try.
(iOOI)SSOLl) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKR cc CO.,
Cor. Niin ti'i'Mh utrci't ) ..:.. ril
I'niiiiiuTcm; A vi ijiu- J
PKOPKIETOU OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
ICE UY THE ('Alt LOAD oh ton.well
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar .Load a Specialty
() i' I" i k :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
.Mill, AMi ( OMMISMON.
FLOW. GRAIN AND HAY
HigbeNt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
(3 W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coiiBiftiilly on fia i in
At Sovi'iity-live cents jier loud.
Stiivo T rimmintjs
Atone dollar iter loud.
Tim "lrlniinlii(.'n"H' conrxe nhuvlnnH ti) nuiko
tlnhi'iit iMimintT wood for cooking HiriMiBnBn well
Ihu clK'Hpi'iM ever unlit III Cairo. Kor blnck
mllh turn InmttliuttlP'. tlioy are luiuiiiiullud.
Lurvo your onlvra at the Tenth street wood yard.