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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL. U, 1881;
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KSTKRKD AT THE l'06T OFKIC IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS BRCOND-CLASS MATTErl.
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or.'iit iimnlior of clllaeua who have heretofore burn
fippoaed to me. 10 aitalii become a niudldato for
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Caiiio, March 17th, 1HS1.
To the voters of the city of Cairo:
At the requen of mauy cllliiena the iinUtTHl(?aed
ortera Itla acirvlo.. to the iii.lepeudant voter" of
alroaa a candidate fur thu otllc! of mayor. Hio
city requires a man of commurriiil experience,
JiiHt a' thi time. lieu we are ao fixed by union
a,id foreign Interference m our hindm-M manae!!
moot on this Rreat American continent, and in the
name or Wahlni;tn, Jeflemwii, and .litcksoii, and
in the name of Hie (ireal I nlou Uremibai k Lab ir
farty, for truth, liiNllee and equal rich!, will i
..and. Vox,, l'"-"tf''Jrl.iBit.LABKB.
it-- ..... ...it..rini1 t,t tinniinre N . It. TUTSI LK
WOOD aa a candidate for re election to the ollleo of
;0R CITY ATTORNEY.
'I'leaae announce me aa a candidate for re-i lection
to the office or Cuv Attorney at the eni-uing city
election. Mont respectfully, HENDRICKS, .
Mr Editor: . .
At the earnest olicltatlou of many citizen- irre
spective of color or politic, 1 bavo consented to
become a candidate lor the olllce of City Clerk,
and respectfully ask the active and willing support
of ali who are lavorable to my p andldacy
JNO. J. 1UKU.
Cairo, Ills.. March 10th, 1881.
Uavln? been solicited by a niimlior of my fric da
all over the city to become a candidate for city clerk
In the comitii;cltv election, 1 hereby, In compli
ance with the wit-hen thus expressed, announce
myself us candidate for tint olllce, and hopo that
.11 my friend, will ..and hv me.
We ari a' thnrlzed to announce Mr JOHN
WILKEUSON anacadidale for City Clerk in
the April election.
pOR CITY CLERK.
We are authorized to aunonce Mr. LEANDEU
AXLE Y a a candidate for City Clerk iu the elec
tion to be held next mouth.
Editor Bulletiu: , ,
FleaKe announce that I am a candidate for re
ection to the office of City Clerk at the ;n"ulu
city elcetion. D.J. FOLEY.
POR CITY CLERK.
We are Biilhorlzed to announco Mr. JOHN B.
PH1LL1S an a candidate for city clerk In the ap
proachluK municipal election.
?OR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
PIi'kho minnnnrit nin a candidate for re election
ti tho nfllcc of l'nllce Magistrate at the eiisulut
city election. Kenpeciiuiij,
CiEO. K. OLMSTED.
JOR I'OLICE MAGISTRATE.
We are authorized to annouoce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS an a candidate for the olllce ofl'ollco
M.Riatrate fur the city of Cairo at the coining city
7OR CITY TREASURER.
Rilltnr Hiiltntln Pli'iiae announce mv name a. BQ
Independent candidate for the olllce of City Treas
urer at Iho enauins city election .
THOMAS J. KERTII.
Wu am authorized to announce CHARLES Ct'K-
NINOIlAMaa an Independent candidate for elec
tion to the olllce of Treamirer at the enuiu city
JiOR CITY TREASURER.
At the earneat rollcltntlon of many frlenda I
hereby announce mycelf aa a candidate for City
Treasurer at theenmnug mnuicipal election.
poll ALDERMAN. THIRD WARD:
We aro authorized to announce Mr. EURKRT A
8M1TI1 a a caudldnte for re election for Alderman
from the Third ward,
ALDERMAN, THIRD WARD
Cairo. Iix April nth, 1881.
To n. McManna, Jamen Rearden, M. P. Fulton,
Henry Thornton and other;
Ukntm Your very tliitlerlnif petition In Tho Hul
letln of thlx mornlnit, reiiUfKiinit me to become a
caudidate for Alderman of the Third ward haa been
noted by me. and iu compliance with your wlnhe.
1 hereby announce uivmilfan a candidate for that
poKitlou. Pronilalntf, If elected, to rcprcacut my
ward and the city or Cairo to the heat ormv anility
Very MHnei tlully yours, JOHN WOOD.
Arena and isewa copy.
pOR ALDERMAX FIRST WARD.
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
Well ALE at a candidate for Alderman for the Flrxt
ward, at the enmilnu city election.
VOR ALDERMAN. FOURTH WARD
At the requent of tny many friend. I announco mv.
telf a candidate for ro election, Iu the approach.
lug uiunlcl. al campaign, to tha poaitlon of Alder
man from the Fo .rth ward. C. O. PATIKR.
JfOR ALDERMAN SECOND WARD.
We are authorized to announce Mr. H. HLOMS
a candidate for Alderman from the Second ward.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In IIiIk column, tlvii cent, per Hue, each
Insertion. For one monih, Wcent. per Hue.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred I iiu Ik oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, aud Baltimore
oysters received iu chiis, direct lrom tho
packurs, by every express. Fish of all
kind cciiiHtuntly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king anioiif? fish
and the delight of epicures, frush from tho
gult. Bend your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Kohkut Hkwitt, Ag't.
Bucklen'n Arnica Salve.
Tho best salvo in the world for cut.
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sorea,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 23
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. OTIara
Use The Cairo Bcm.ktin scratch books,
for sale it tho olllce, 1200 leaves to the
dozen books. ,10 cents cnchorfl.00 per
The Sociable of the Methodist Church
m roiiDrpL'fttiou will bo held tit N. B
riiistlewocd's. on 11th street, on Thursday
pvcnintr next. Rctveuhmonts. muHic nnd
recitations will bo provided to mnko an en
invable eveuinir. You Hie invited to conio
and brintf your triends.
Ico, Wholesalf ami Retail.
I am now prepared to h1 I ice by the car
load, or bv the pound at prices beyom
comtii'titiou. JIv wtitrons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ico to customing in qimnnues io sun.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. v m. ivaiid
liriek! Brick! Britk!
Plenty of Brick. Jacob Kline has 24
men at work in his brick yurt,auil is mak-
iit'' brick at the rate ol liOHIO a ilay. Will
be ready for delivery first of May. (Jon
tractors and others may rely upon getting
plenty of brick to till all their contracts
and orders thrombi the huiiiiner.
Ilaving made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations nre eiual
in cverv respect to those ol any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we aro ready to
cotnpeto with any one m the city.
Burro & Gazzola.
Madame and Prof. Ployd have iucreesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class Ht D, and night school at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably m advance.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for side at The Bulletin
The building of now and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin otfice.
The U. S. Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to liorden, Selleck &
Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
Bon.8, pimples, and all blood diseases arc
cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Sold by all druggists. .
J)r. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can bo had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred If
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In there column., ten cents per line,
each insertion. Marked
-Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge
The prayer meeting of tho Methodist
church was well attended last evening.
Sneak thieves at Tuscola stolo a gold
watch and $250 in money lrom William
Sherman, ot Lincoln, last week.
Order your election tickets early of E.
E. Ellis, $1.50 per thousand.
One of the old stages on the lower
wharf-boat was yesterday being newly
. We aro authorized to say that Mr. John
McNulty will not consent to run for alder
man from the First ward.
Send your orders for election tickets
to Tub Bulletin office, $1.50 per thous
and. Messrs. A. llally and C. Koch have
each built a new show window in the front
of their respective business houses,
-The ladies of the W. C.T. U. hold
their regular meeting at temperunco hall
this afternoon, at half-past three o'clock.
Tho sidewalk on the Ohio levee, in
front of tho Iron Mountain railroad offices,
was being treated to some very necessary
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notico
at The Bulletin office.
There are two hundred and sixty-fivo
appointments awaiting tho senate's action,
and five treaties for consideration.
Lost A gold horn scarf-pin, last Mon
day night. Tho finder will be rewarded
by returning it to W, E. Lonergan.
Another, being the third deatli from
small-pox in the Kemp lamily, in Gridley
township, McLean couuty, occurred Friday.
Three car loads of barley received at
Peoria, Illinois, a few days ago from Cali
fornia, wero taxod for freight to tho tune of
Dr. Richard C. Dawkins, a dentist of
Decatur, was found dead in his olllce Sat
urday afternoon. Apoplexy is assigned es
Carpenters aro at work building a now
wood shod In tho yard back of tho residence
of Leo Boieourt, on twelfth Btreet, between
Senator David Davis lias written a
Kansas gentleman to the effect that both of
the parties aro hopelessly controlled by
monoM)lists, aud tho only solution of the
difficulty is in a reorganization of both.
Tho New York Coutral runs one hun
dred nnd sixty trains a dayone every nine
minutes; and Vandcrbilt Rays this is all ho
On Saturday last James Maddocks, a
fifteen-year-old boy, ot Long Crock, Macon
county, had his neck broken by a fall from
a hay rack.
Tho jnckstaff on tho ferryboat Three
States has been replaced. The boat will
make a trip to Fort Jefferson again on
Tho Paxton Record mentions a con
signment of 2D car loads of coffee passing
through that place last week from New Or
leans for Chicago.
A project is being considered in
Blooinington, to erect a memorial building
to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of
tho founding of the city.
The Joliet Steel Works made a run of
1,137 steel rails in t-velvo hours last Friday
night, tho largest run ever uiado at those
mills in that length of time.
Tho number of hogs slaughtered and
salted by Chicago packers since March 1 to
date is 203,000, against 425,000 for the cor
responding period a year ago.
This is a line climate, but just now we
are having a trifle too much of "London
weather." It suits neither the retail busi
ness men nor their patrons.
There were one hundred ami twenty-three
failures in the United States ami Canada
during the past week, being cloven more
than there was the previous week.
Petroleum advanced 11 cents per gal
lon during the psst week. On Fuday and
Saturday the sales on the Pittsburg ex
change reached 1,000,000 barrels.
Day before yesterday the new iron
stage was put in position on the upper
wharf-boat. The old one is lying in the
river between the shore and the whart.
-The Chicago bank clearings for the
past week (live days) foot up a tontl of
$:J0,(iG0,115 30, being $4,231,074.23 more
than fur the corresponding week (six days)
It is said in Washington that Senator
Cotikling was heard to Eay that he found
himself in a position, w here he must com
mit either murder or suicide figuratively
speaking, of course, we suppose.
It is stated that while much of the
w heat in Bond county has suffered from the
effects of the winter, a much increased
acreage is likely to hold tho total produc
tion up close to the average of the late
Dr. C. R. Clark is still in the field-as
an "exponent" of the principles of tho
"Union Greenback" Labor Party, regard
less of consequences. His motto is "E
ruuKinus Unum. United we stand di
vided we fall."
There will be no services at the Meth
odist church next Sunday evening. The
pimtor, Rev. W. T. Whitaker, having ac
cepted an invitation trom tho W. C. T. U.,
of Jonesboro, to deliver a temperance ad
dress in their city at that time.
Mr. Doehring, the barber on Eighth
street, above Mr.CharlesPtifferling's saloon,
yesterday bought out the barber shop own
ed by Mr. B. F. Parker in the Vincent
block, and has consolidated his business
Mayor McCreery, of Springfield, Ills.,
has authorized the police of that city to
close the dance houses, and to notify the
keepers of such institutions that, it
they fail to obey the order, their licenses
will be revoked. Such action is not neces
sary in Cairo, from the fact that there are
no dance houses here.
Tho only deed, recorded in the circuit
clerk's office yesterday, was as
follows: Frank Schoembs and
wile to J. M. Stephens; spe
cial warranty deed, dated April 13th, 1881,
for lot numbered thirty-two, iu Mock num
bered seventy-six, in the city of Cairo.
Consideration two huudrcd dollars.
"Sono months ago a con
vention of the 'editors of
colored newspapers' was called in one of
tho northern states, and evervlwdy laughed
at the idea of 'colored newspapers.' Tho
idea is correct, however, for The Cairo
Bulletin comes to us printed on beautiful
pink paper, and tho editor of The Bulle
tin may now consider himself a delegate
to that convention." Paducah News.
We are requested by a lady to convey,
by means of The Bulletin's columns, to
Mr. Wm. M. Davidson her thanks for
samples ot several choice varieties ot plants
from his green house on Eighth street, and
also to say that Mr. Davidson has a large
stock ami complete assortment of house
and garden plants and shrubs, kept express
ly for the benefit of the ladies of Cairo and
sold at low prices.
Bcecher held a revival for several
weeks and gave it up a dead failure, but
Talmnge, of tho Tabcrnaclo, only two
weeks in tho business, claimed to have con
verted 3(100, 200 of whom joined tho church
on confession. Talmago also said that a
philanthropic and wealthy gentlemen, not
a member of any church, but a respecter of
everythiug sacred, offered him $40,000 if
hu would go through tho cities and lecture
for forty weeks on tho absurdities ami
monstrosities ol modern infidelity. The
oiler was generous and inspired by . the
highest motives, but it seemed to Talmago
that tho best way to overthrow infidelity is
by getting the hearts of men converted to
God in tho old fashioned way, So ho
sticks to his revival.
Dr. J. 8. Petrie has finally accepted
the presidency t.f the C. T. R. C. and wil
appoint tho several committees at the regu
lar meeting next Friday evening.
Mr. W. C. Patton.of Louisville, Ky,
the patentee of a new butter churn and ico
cream freezer combined is having good
success in tho organization ot a stock com
pany in this city to manufacture and sell
his invention. Some of our leading busi
ness men have taken stock.
To-night tho military company will be
organized at tho hall of tho Hibernian fire
company. A largo crowd of young and
middle-aged meii is expected to bo on
hand. Chief among tho exercises will be
tho election of officers and the adoption of
rules to govern the institution. It is
thought the number ot mcmberawill be in
creased to seventy-five.
Yesterday morning Mr. M. P, Fulton
received a telegram from St. Louis stating
that Mrs. J. B. Snyder was dead, but giving
no further particulars. No notico of Mrs
Snyder's illness had been given to her re
latives here and, therefore, tho news of her
death was the more painful to them. Mrs
Snyder was Hhout fifty-six years ot age, a
sister to Judgo D. J. Baker, an aunt to
W. B. aud M. F. Gilbert, and mother ot
Mrs. M. P. Fulton. Judge Baker and Mi s
Fulton left vesterdty for St. Louis to at
tend the funeral.
Judgo Baker yesterday awarded an in
junction against the tax collector of Pulas
ki county restraining tho collection of four
dollars and twenty-five cents on each one
hundred dollars valuation of properly in
that county. This is a part of tho "consol
idated tax,''which amounts to $0.20 ou each
ono hundred dollars valuation, leaving
$1.75 on the one hundred dollars valuation
to be paid. The bill upon which this in
junction was granted was presented on be
half of a uumber of tax payers, represented
by Mr. S. P. Wheeler, of this city.
A negro, named Billy Williams, about
nineteen years of age and a hard case, at
tempted to wreck a passenger train on tho
Paducah & Nushvillo railroad a day, or
two ago, near the fairgrounds, at Paducah.
The young fellow had laid a piece of rail
across the track, aud was in the act of driv
ing a number of fish plates between the
rail joints. A slight accident to the freight
train, which had just departed fiom the
depot, caused its conductor to return ami
lead to the discovery of the malicious young
rascal and the defeat of his diabolical
scheme. Williams tried to escape, but was
arrested and is cow iu jail.
A colored mun, named Lee Macken
a hard looking character was brought
before Esquire Osborn yesterday ou a war
rant sworn out by a colored woman, charg
ing him with using threatening language
It came out in the course of the trial that
the uegro had lived with the woman for
some time und quarrelled with her several
times. They had another set-to a few days
ago, when the woman ordered him out of
the house, which order ho refused to obey.
She persisted in her demand that he vacate
the premises, when he became angry, called
her bad names, and finally threatened to
kill her. The squire heard all the evidence
and concluded that the prisoner was a bad
man, and therefore fined him five dollars
On the evening of day before yester
day Rev. Olmsted, of Olmsted, Ills., father
of Judge Olmsted, determined to go to
Villa Ridge by rail. Accordingly he told
his hired man, George Pierson by name, to
hitch the horse to the buggy and prepare
to drive him to the depot. George obeyed
and the Reverend gentleman was safely
landed Ht the depot, and George started
back home with the horse and buggy. Be
fore reaching home he hud to pass through
a creek that had swollen considerably in
consequence of the late rains and, when he
had gotten about half way across, the horse
stumbled and fell, breaking tho shafts and
wrecking the buggy generally in his strug
gle to regain his feet, lie did not suc
ceed, howerevcr, and, together with tho
bugi'y, was carried down tho stream aud
drowned. Pierson saved himself by wad
ing, or swimming ashore. He is consid
ered to be an honest, faithful man, who
would not neglect to do anything in his
power to save tho rig. Tho horso and
buggy were valuable, both being of tho
The strange conduct of the woman,
Mrs. Harris, is accounted for by some in
the presumption that she is partially de
ranged. It is possible tint this supposition
is true. It is known that she
had in her possession a ten
dollar bill, and other money, ou the
day of her arrival hero so that she could
easily have paid her faro and have obtained
her trunk ; why she sought to do as sho did
is hard to explain in view of these facts.
On tho night after her arrival, after having
traveled all over the city in search of a
room to stay in, she entered nnd sat down
in tho waiting room of tho Illinois Central
railroad company and was locked in.
But she didn't enro to stay
there all night, and was seen to climb out
through the sido window with the remark :
"I'm not going to Btay in hero all night
. ." Yesterday she resumed her
search for a room, trying at nearly all tho
hotels and privato boarding houses and a
number of resiliences, but whether sho
succeeded In her object or not wo did not
learn. One instance Is worthy ot mention.
A gentleman saw her enter tho front door
of his neighbor's resideuco ami, Knowing
her, went to the neighbors to Inform them
PHdMX DRUG STORE,
GEO. IS. O'HAEA, Proprietor,
Cor, CoiniiHTciiil Avenue )
aud Ki'liU'cntli Street. (
NO. L5 EIGHTH STKEETV
"THE O 1114 A. PEST PLACE"
CALL TELETHON K N. 'J'i. & CLAHK, PlJOPKI KTOIt.
of tho woman's character, and to warn
them against her. As ho entered Mrs,
Harris came out, having been unsuccessful
in her attempt to engage a room. The gen
lemaii tuid his say and, taking his pack
ages, (he had been out marketing) pro
eroded to his home, where he was sur
prised to find Mrs. Harris in the net of
ringing his door bell. He told her she
must not ring that bell. "Why not," quer
ried Mrs. Harris. "Well, I don't want you
to. You can't get any room here." "How
do you know; what business have you to
interfere here!" "Well, I guess I live here,"
replied the gentleman. "Mm I saw
you at the other house and I thought you
were a package carrier," said Mrs.
Harris, as sho reached for tho bell and gave
it a vigorous pull. The gentleman struck
out for the kitchen with a smile, while his
wife informed Mrs. Harris that there was
no room for her.
In compliance with a call published
in yesterday morning's Bulletin, Col. John
W'hnI announces himself in this issue as a
candidate for alderman from the Third
ward. There arc not a great many men iu
the city who know as mdeh about its af
fairs us docs Col. Wood. lie lias been a
member of the council for a number ol
years and lias served tlie people
in various capacities with marked
credit to himselt aud benefit to
those he represented. He was enabled to
do his duties so well because he gave
much of his time and attention to matters
pertaining to his office. He is also a promi
nent merchant and property holder, whose
own interests are also the city's interests.
and therefore has tho strongest motive
that any man can have for doing that
which is for the general good. If
elected, Col. Wood will serve bis ward
honestly, energetically and effectually.
Some time in the forenoon, yesterday,
Mr. A. J. Carle, as he was coming into his
livery stable from the rear end, caught
sight of a man's bear head protruding
from the door of his office, w hich is in the
front end of the stable. He hurried to the
office und found a tolerably well dressed
but somewhat confused stranger who, upon
being asked his business, said that he
wished to hire a horre and buggy to go
out to the seveu iuile graveyard. After
::ross-questioning the man a while
Mr. Carle noticed that he was not us con
sistent in his answers as l.e miht be, I Ait
he told him the price for a rig was $2.50.
The stningrr objected that it was bo much
and went away. Mr. Carle thought nothing
more ol the man until afternoon, as
ho was returning from dinner, when
Deputy Sheriff L. II. Meyers met biiu, and
called his attention to a man who had just
come out of his (Curies') stable, aud had,
with many a turn of the head, as though
suspicious of being followed, made rapid
progress down asliiugton avenue and was
just about to turn down Eighth street. Mr.
Carlo recognized the man as the same who
had been in his office in tho forenoon.
Both men resolved to tblUw tho suspicious
stranger. Mr. Carlo went down inth
street and Deputy Meyers down Seventh,
with the intention of heading him offoh Wal
nut street; but the man had passed Walnut
when they got there, and was going down
toward the commons. Ho turned
suddeuly, however, and went boldly
through Mr. Sander's front gate,
just opposite Mr. Lohr's soda factory.
He entered the water closet, remained but
a few moments und, as he returned to the
gate, was met by Deputy Meyers and taken
under arrest. In the meantime it had
been discovered at Mr. Carle's stable that a
pistol was missing ami someone brought the
news of the loss to the captors before they
had proceeded very far. The prisoner pro
fessed to bo very indignant at his
arrest nnd the charge upon which it was
done, but offered no explanation of his
strange conduct. A search was instituted
in tho vault of tho closet and, though tho
pistol or something that was believed to bo
it, could bo felt with a rako thnt was used
in the search, it could not be gotten out.
But a small key, evidently belonging
to some office door, was fished up and
its brightness proved that it had
been iu the water but a very short time, as
tho man was seen to havo a pistol in his
land, when hu entered tho gato and passed
through tho yard, and camo back without
it, the circmnstancial evidence against him
s strong enough. He was taken to the
county jail and will have his trial in due
time, when ho will bo permitted to toll why
le acted so strnngely,
Latbh Siuco writing the above tho pis
tol has been found.
GEO. B. OTIARA,
Aiivrtiiimttilt in ncttfartil ImoI bu line it card)
of five Hurt or lut in tku lolumn, Hi emit rath in
itrtiim. I'OKltENT -Tho Delia IIouKr.rnruvr of Third
ftrcet and Comnii-rrlHl nvenue. lln been thor
(iiiu'liljr mptlri'd liitxrnslly nnd I'ltcrnully. In alt
ontt'd only one block from all the ml In. id rieputa
and only two hlitrku from Uie principal ti-araloat
landing. Apply to W.M . Mi HALE.
AL'OOKINO STOVE for ale.wlt!ilo Iron pota,
two lihke pan and two frlrldlci.; will lie cold
fur ten dollara. Apply at Iliilli tiiitflire.
LU'H liFNT-Itiu m. fi.iiilcliMl (,, urliiriilfhed
wlih or without Imi ril, at rriK i al.li. ratea
Apply at llullrtiu ImlWliin.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZKS A XI) STYLES,'
DAVID SO ISPS.
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-1 HON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKK DONE TO OHUKK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, . . Illinois
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN' THK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIEK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atrtet) PoJi.a Til
Commercial Arenue tiUIU, lilt
FLOCK. GRAIX AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cwh Price Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dy order of the circuit court of Cookciiimtv, 111 f -
UUIBI .U IIIIUU,-I,..VU, Vl'V. VI 1IU ClWI.'iy
DopoKit Llfj Iuaiiranee Co., of Cuirnim, hereby
t , - . n .1. l,Mlta, 1. 1,1.1.... A-" ' . ....
unit mr pnir iu mv uibnup, uiuurr lur cann, me
following deacrlltod property, tvwlt: Lot eleven
(11), In block fourteen (14), aud lot evonten(17), In
hlnrlr thru. I'M. in IllH eltv nf ll...un.l..
county, illlnola. '
l nave wen oiieron ror Mid lot eleven, aubject to
the taxea thureon the mm of one t hoimand dollar
cfth. and lor aald lot mviinteen, mbloct to the taxed
Oinrnnn. t lift flilm nfunviin l,n.l..j ..J rtrtw
...... , . ...vu ,,iiii,iii,u ,11,7 iiwiifun
eaxh. and iiiiUim within fourteen Uaya from tho
in" uj in niiru, inn., i miRii rumvu mnnor Dm
for either or both of until loin. Mill loll will ho Hold
upon tho bids no made for thorn ronpfictlvoly, lcr-
una nitalrttiir lit AA ...1.1 I. ltk.. ..a
""- pi "iu mi uniti vt sunn t uiriii
may addnma thu receiver at ht ofllce. 4K, Hoiitli
f ,1 ul B Hi. I n...... .1 ......
vim ov.i lllir.UKU, VIlAlllilvn V, IIWIjIUN.
Kecelvcr of the Safety Di'piialt Life liimirauce Co.