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THE DAILY BULLETIN
Offlc i Bulletin Buildtnf , Wasblagtot Arenne
ftNTKRKD AT TBS roiT OFNCI IN CAIRO, IL
. LIHOIB, AS SECOND-CLAM MATTBB.
OFW1AL PAPER 07 CITV AND OOtJSTT
SPIRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! tnthli column, clk'ht centa pr lino for
rotu(lvt cenii per lint each eubacquent Inser
tion. Korone monilJ, SOcenU perlmc.
The Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to tins city, lias just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverae,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call ot Mr. Herberts
and try the "XXX."
Buv. the Improved Howe Scales ac
knowledged the best made. Borden, Scl
leck & Co., General Agents, Chicago, 111.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to soil ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prorr pt
attentiou. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 82. F. M. Wakd.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer jb the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Don't Forget The Place
Where you can get a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well aa in the
day time, at Avinger's European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 72
Dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by using Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. ' (3)
A second-hand piano, in good order nnd
a first-class instrument Price $150. Ap
ply to Mrs. E. A. Burnett, No. 32 Tenth
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen.
Counter Scales for Sale
Three pairs of counter scales, in good
order. Apply to No. 76 Ohio Levee.
The Great Oil Stove.
Thn "Argand" is tho lx eonl oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all rive satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by O. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
A large flat-boat, suitable for building
purposes, 170x25. Apply to
In charge of Brown's coal fleet.
Notice Military Company.
Every member of the Cairo Military
company is requested to attend a meeting
of the company at Beimel's hall fur the
purpose of being mustered in on Friday
night. By order of the proper authority.
Two houses and lots, on south side of
Nineteenth street, near Commercial avenuo
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
For Keut. r
The "Blue" property west of tho Tark,
House is in first-class condition. Five
rooms and basement. Four lots.
M. J. How ley, Ileal Estato Asjent.
New Blacksmith Shop.
On the 1st instant I took possession of
the blacksmith shop, situated on the north
Bide of Thirteenth street, between Poplar
street and Commercial avenue, and having
supplied it with everything necessary in
the business of blacksmithing, I am able
now to do all manner of work in that line
in the most satisfactory manner. Give me
a call and I guarantee satisfaction.
W. 8. Harris,
Wood Workman WanU'd
A good wood worker that is ablo to do
both light and heavy work, can find em
ployment by applying at tho blacksmith
and wagon shop of W. 8. Harris, ou Thir
At All Hours.
People frequently fuel tho need of a
good hot meal at an unusual hour. . All
such can now be accommodated at Avinger
St Tharp's European Hotel and Restaurant
'late Herbert's) on Ohio levee, next to City
rVanal bank. First-rluss hot. mania t-
nhriv1 u,K"i "uu as n UHy lime.
J w Store, New Goods,
eusotwpu has ODcned lor the nrnapnt t
for tlll 'venue, where all in quest
ta-itulirable clothintr furntithinrr
U on n or ToCioou Bt low prices are re
... U WELU.uiCh.lot of ladies' notions,
sdc1iTWijiatbed!7P'ove, children's hosiery,
Corticelli SpocTSUl, etc., etc., having been
bought at a bankrupt sale will be offered
at half price. Call and be convinced.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
NotlcM In the columns, ten wet per line,
acb Insertion. Marked
-Smoke Schuh'i "Gilt Edge."
Th street railway has reached Eight
THE DAILY CAIRO liULLJallN: THURSDAY MUUJNINU, AUGUST
Half dozen men are at work chang
ing the telephone wires from the old poles
onto the new.
Mr. Christ. Osterloh is having his feed
store and residence on Commercial avenuo
Blank chattel mortgnges for sale
single or by the quire at Tn Bullet! it
Rev. Robert Stuart, formerly pastor ot
the Fresbytcrian church in this city, died
at Troy, III., a few days ago. ;
Mr. C. Koch is building a brick addi
tion to his shoe store on Commercial avenuo
below Sixth street.
The addition to tho rear of Messrs.
Burger Bro's clothing store, on Commercial
avenue, is nearly finished.
Mr. John Atchcr will open a saloon in
the building owned by Mrs. Burns, near to
St. Patrick's church.
Yesterday men were at work cutting
through Eighth street for the purposo of
laying the sewer along railroad strip.
Tho remains of Gregor Holler were ac
companied by a largo number of friends to
Villa Ridge yesterday afternoon at two
During July the public debt was dim
inished over $10,000,000. It is such little
exploits as this that excite the wonder and
envy of European people.
Although Conkling sceiiia dead, it
may truthfully bo said that his ghost is
marching on and causes the administration
ists no small amount of disquiet.
The Ohio river was fourteen and a half
feet above low water mark yesterday morn
ing at eight q'clock; in the evening, at six,
it had fallen three inches more.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done ou short notice at The
Bulletin ofiice. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
According to Vennor to-day will bo
'cool to cold." Yesterday's weather was
in strict accordance with the prophet's pre
diction. Mr. Robert Woodward denies that his
buggy turned over at Mound Junction on
Monday night. It was Ilisey Woodward,
Yesterday's real estato record: City
of Cairo to Eugene E.Ellis; deed, dated
July 8th, 1881, for lot seven, in block fif
teen, in railroad addition to the city of
The sidewalk on the north side of
Seventeenth street and also the crossings
where that street intersects Poplar street,
are in a very bad condition.
Large invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes aU colors, sizes 5, 6, tyi and 10
just received at The Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
The metal ic cornice of Mr. Geo. Lat-
ners new brick House on commercial
avenue below Sixth streot, is in position
and is as ornamental as any in the city.
The public dobt of the United . States
is f 3,053,883,0(fl, and less the cash in the
Treasury, $1,830,520,788. The reduction
effected during the month of July was f 10,
078,023. Owing to the lack of material, the
work on the Eighth street sidewalk has
ceased before it was near finished. More
brick and sand are needed for a stretch of
about one hundred feet.
Speaking after the manner of turfmen,
the comet is "sconnc" in tho morning sky,
but in a few days will get a good "send
off" and will go careering through tho con
stellations at & prodigious psce.
Lot three, in block twenty-six, city of
Cairo, was bought by Mrs. T.J. Kcrth
from Mr. Charles Gayer last week for
twenty-five hundred dollars. The house
standing upon tho lot also belongs to Mrs.
From thirty to forty car-loads of earth
are being brought into the city every day
by the Illinois Central railroad, and is be
ing used in widening Ohio leveo between
the two elevators. It is expected that this
work will continue for about two months.
Mr. Andrew Williams, who is employ
ed at the box factory, saved a little boy
lroin drowning in tho Ohio river on Tues
day morning. The boy in some way foil
from a raft of logs and went under. Mr.
Williams was just in time to save tho lad.
Messrs. Avinger & Tliarp inform t'uo
public through The Bulletin's special
local column that they arc now prepared to
furnish any one with a good hot meal at
any hour of the day or night. Read their
The building until a few days ngo oc
cupied by Mr. Jell Clark as a paint shop
has been torn down at tho instanco of Mr.
John Gates. When Mr. II. H. Ince finds
another building for his gun Bhop, he will
also move and then Mr. Gates will begin
the erection ot his brick house.
From special locals in this issuo of The
Bulletin it may be seen that Mr. Sadler
has returned from his visit to the cast and
has brought with him a largo assortment of
such goods in the dry goods lino, as are in
constant use by everybody. His place of
business is No. 144Comtnercial nvonue.
A day or two ago Mr. Peter Ronun
with two young ladies, drovo in a buggy to
Mound City and when ho roached the
bridge, just this sido ot the town, tho horse
became baulky nd turned tho vehicle
over; but beyond scratching tho driver a
little and Injuring the buggy to some ex
tent, no damage was done.
The archers met at the residence ot
Mr. E. A. Burnett last evening, with a
good attendance. Tbo interest in archery,
which has for some time been almost dead,
is being gradually revised. Out-door
tournaments would be highly entertaining,
both to tho participants and lookers-on,
during these long, cool evenings.
Parnell got indignant and into disgrace
again in the house of commons yesterday.
Parnell started out as a leader who could
control his temper and who had a judg
ment to be relied upon. He has lost pres
tige steadily sinco he began the fight on tho
land bill. It is necessary for even a popu
lar leader to exhibit occasionally a little
"Tho telephone works beautifully now,"
remarked a gentleman to us yesterday
evening. "A lady of my acquaintance," he
continued, "ordered, by telephone, two
pounds of lard from her grocer to-day, and
fifteen minutes later three different grocers
sent her three pounds of lard each." And
thus "tho good in things evil," after hav
ing been looked for long in vain, is some
times accidentally brought to light.
A fearful accidentia reported from Ma
zatlan, Mexico, in which over seventy per
sons lost their lives. Tho government
magazine at tnat point was mown .up
through the carelessness of the guard, an
ember from whose pipe caused the calamity.
Besides the magazine many houses in the
vicinity were destroyed. Over seventy dead
bodies have already been taken from tho
Some person or persons have made it a
habit of late to draw their supply of ink
and writing pens from police headquarters.
Marshal Myers has found it necessary to
replace them several times within the last
week or ten days and feels now that he is
being drawn upon too often. Furthermore
he is very particular in the practice ot
charity and would like to know something
about the individual that he is keeping
supplied with writing materials.
The maximum temperature for six
teen houre preceding three o'clock p. in.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 1)2; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 94; Davenport, Iowa, 05; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 94; Keokuk, Iowa, 90; LaCrossc,
Wis., 93; Leaveu worth, Kas., 95; Louis
ville, Ky., 97; Memphis, Tenn., 95; Nash'
villc, Tenn., 90;" Omaha, Neb., 95; Pitts
burg, Pa., 03; Shrevcport, La., 95; St.
Louis, Mo., 99; St. Paul, Minn., 90; Vicks
burg, Miss., 82; North Platte, Neb., 92;
Yankton, Dak., 92; Dodge City, Kan., ;
Bismarck, Dak., ; New Orleans, 88.
Attho'annual meetiug of the Widows'
and Orphans' Mutual Aid society held yester
day, the following persons were elected man
agcrs for the ensuing year: Wm. Stratton,
P. G. Schuh, W. P. Pitcher, H. B. Ellis,
Chcsley Hayncs, J. A. Goldstme, Dr. J.J.
Cordon, J. C. White, A. Lewis, F. Bross,
G. W. Hendricks, II. Leigltou, C. Close, J.
8. McGahcy, T. Lewis, L. S. Thomas, W.
F. Russell, J. H. Bethune, J. II. Moore, Dr.
J. S. Robcrt&on, Ike Anderson, Dr. D. Sin
gletary, Dr. J. W. Tarry, Rev. J. Spencer,
A. Steinhach, W. L. Walker, C. T. Rudd,
M. Phillips, n. A. Chumbley, T. A. Os
born and Wm. Ryan. The managers will
meet Saturday evening, eight o'clock, for
tho election of officers and general business.
Several days ago Mr. Okuui Murry,
who keeps a general store at Resell Ridge,
iu this county, came to Cairo oa business.
Durgiug his absence two men, negroes, en
tered the store by force and took thcrelrom
a quantity of merchandise. When Mr.
Murry returned and discovered the loss he
accused the negroes of burglary, but
they denied tho charge, claimed to have
bought the goods and refused to give them
up; and when Mr. Murry threatened
to swear out warrants for
their arrest, they became furious and a
few nights ago assaulted and beat him in a
very brutal manner. Sheriff Hodges was
notified of the occurrence and ho, together
with Deputy Sheriff Richard Fitzgerald,
went up yesterday and brought the negroes
down. They (the negroes) arc confined in
the county jail and will probably have a
preliminary examination to-day.
- Several of our uight policemen, living
on Tenth street, complain of having their
Bwcet slumbers interrupted every morning
by a music teacher. The Bulletin knows
how to sympathize with the watchmen ; for
its force 1ms been similarly tortured for
weeks past. The only difference is that The
Buxktin'n scourge, besides being ugh!
ever so ugly, touches and screeches from
nine o'clock a. m. until eleven
p. m. The voire of Mediae's
famous jack was like tho music
of angel's harp in comparison with tho
noisu made by The Bulletin' music
teacher and her organ. Should they go to
Hades together, as some of "The Bulletin
boys" have often wished, it would prove to
bo a great calamity to this world, for tho
inhabitants of that historic retreat would
surely abandon it iu a body and come hero
in search of peace and quiet.
Six dogs were yesterduy impounded
and four were supplied with tho necessary
tugs at two dollars each. A threat to send
an officer with a warrant for owners of dogs,
unless they pay tho taxes, is proving more
effectual in tho way of tho collection of
taxes and dogs (it police headquarters and
at tho dog pound than an army of boys
with wire nooses and i bull-dog determi
nation, and it seems to bo the only lawful,
certainly a much more decent.
wy than the latter. A
man, the owner of a mean, ugly, worthless
canino, is officially notified to surrender the
dog, or pay two dollars tor the privilege of
maintaining the brute. . Failing to do this
ho is informed that unless ho satisfies the
law within two hours a warrant and an of
ficer will smile upon him. With a flue of
five dollars, and costs of a law suit Btaring
him iu tho face, the man wilts immediately,
and tho dog is in the pound within tho
time specified. There are ,no juvenile,
roudies scouring the city; no ex
hibitions of brutality; there aro
no disgraceful rows between dog catches
and dog owners and no consequent lawsuits.
Another man owns a valuable animal a
good watch dog, a good hunter, a good
companion ; ho values the animal highly
and has become attached to it; but ho has
not thought of the law requiring that ho
must purchoso his pet's life every year, and
he has therefore failed to do bo. lie, also,
receives an official notice to provide his dog
with a tag; ho does so and all is well. Ho
is not compelled to sec his noblo animal, to
which ho has become attached, rudely
dragged through the streets by the neck
and bo will not have to suppress all tho
manhood that is in him in order to refrain
from clutching the young ruffian who sub
jected bis dog to such brutal treatment and
"wipe up the sidewalk with him.". Mar
shal Myers has undoubtedly adopted a very
commendable method in the enforcement
of the "dog law."
EMANCIPATION DAY TO-DAY.
The colored people in nearly all parts of
the country have been looking forward to
to-day with much interest and have gono
to some trouble and expense to celebrate it
iu a befitting mannor. The day deserves
to be honored by them because of tho
memories it brings with it, and it is gratify
ing to know that in this and
adjoining counties it will not be allowed to
pass without any demonstration. They
have in this city a number ot orators, all
of whom have been engaged to deliver ap
propriate orations at different places in
this part of the state, where gatherings aro
to be held. Hon. J. J. Bird has gono to
Quiucy to address a meeting; Mr. Samuel
Taylor is at Hodges Park, in this county,
ami JUr. A. u. Leonard will auircss a
gathering at Mound City. The Cairo
and St. Louis railroad will run a number of
special trains to Hodges' Park and tho
Cairo and Vincenncs railroad will do like
wise for Mound City. A glorious time will
be had at both places.
THE PARK RACES YESTERDAY.
Although no definite notice of the races
had been giveu in the newspapers of tho
city, the race between the mare belonging
to Messrs. Lippett and O'Hara, anil "Oct
aroon,"of Paducah,drew a very good crowd
of people to St. Mary's park yesterday aft
ernoon. The failure of "Flaxcy,"
the Jackson horse, to be on
hand as per agreement was somewhat of a
disappointment to the public, but as tho
horses present had a very good record, a
very interesting race was anticipated. But
in this expectation all who went were des
tined to bo sorely disappointed. At the
time agreed upon the horses were both on
the track and, at the signal, both started
beautifully amid the shouts of the specta
tors, but when the first round
had been made the mare cast one ot her
fore shoes and cut her legs in a manner that
will disable her for some time. But sho
continued to run, making the second round
in good time, considering the circum
stances, and camo in about a length be
hind, having thrown blood all over herself,
the vehicle and Mr. Lippett, who drove
her. The judges declared the heat a "dead"
one, but the owner of "Octaroon" claimed
KOUR MEN FALL FROM A IIUILUINO IN
COLUHEOP KUECTION ONE OF Til EM SE
About live o'clock, yesterday evening, a
loud crash in the vicinity of the post office
and a cry of despair caused people for sev
eral Bquarcs around to rush to tho spot
lroin whence tno noiso came. The causo
of the alarm was tho giving way of about
fifteen pairs of joists, which formed tho ceil
ing of the new African Methodist
Episcopal church, upon which four men
named W. E. Richards, Robert Hedges,
Wm. Htuttsmau and one Elliott worn at
work. All of them were precipitated to
the floor below, a distance of ubout twenty
five feet. In the fall Mr. Robert Hedges
fell on his head, but was not seriously hurt;
Mr. Elliott was struck in tho face by a
pieco of timber, which caused
a swelling and had ono of his
fingers badly crushed; Mr. Suttsman was
but slightly injured, but Mr. Richards wiib
seriously hurt, sustaining a grave injury of
the back and having three ribs broken on
his right side. Elliott and Hedges acted
as their own surgeons, but Richards was
removed to tho Waverly house, where Dr.
Parker gave him skillful treat
ment. Richards' homo is in
Mound City and it was the
intention to send him home last evening.
The cause of the catastropho was about
as follows: Owing the width of tho
church the joists which form
the ceiling must be put up in two sections,
which meet in the centre and aro to bo sup
ported there by iron rods connecting with
the rafters so as to aviod having pillars
in tho room below. Temporarily they
were supported by pieces ot timber,
which were propped under them. The
men were all on top of the ceiling joists at
tho rear end of the building, taking up
rafters, and it appears that when they had
taken up nearly all the rafters needed for the
large roof, and placed them iu a pile on
the joists, the weight became too much for
the supports,wh!ch broke.allowing the joists
to part in tho middle and prccipate the
rafters and men to the first floor together.
Messrs Elliott, Hedges and Stuttsman
will resume work again to-day. The ac
cident has thrown them back about a
month with the work.
Mrs. Samuel Myers has returned from
her visit to Cincinnati.
Mr. W. B. Potlis has for several days
been serioiu'y sick with bilious fever.
Mr. James Cannon was reported to bo
very low yesterday.
Mrs. J. B. Reed has gono to Beverly,
Mass. Mr. Reed will join her in a day or
Mr. James Elliott, United States internal
revenuo store keeper, is in the city since
Mr. T. C. Watkins, late of Smith Bros',
has gono to Charleston, Mo., to take charge
of a general store there.
Mr. John E. Long, nephew of Col. J. T.
Long, of Eddyvillc, Ky., has accepted a po
sition in the store of Mr. C. R. Stuart.
Misses Hattie and Emma, daughters of
Col. J. S. Rearden, left ou Monday morn
ing for Shawueetowu, to visit friends.
Mr. A. C. Morris30u, of Memphis, Ten
nessee, has accepted a position in tho pre
scription dmg store of Messrs. Barclay
Miss Lewellyn Eraser, who has been
away for about two weeks visiting friends
in Wisconsin and Michigan, returned yes
day. ltev. Knott, of the Presbyterian church
at Anna, Ills., came down on the Illinois
Central afternoon train yesterday. He will
remain a tew days to take a look at Cairo.
During his stay he will be a guest of Rev.
B. Y. George.
Mrs. W. H. Green is not worse in
health, as was stated in the Paducah Enter
prise of the 3d. She has left Normal, 111.,
and is now sojourning at Waukesha, Wis.,
and at last accounts was much improved in
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ot bkiu eruptions. 1 his salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For Bale by Geo. E. O'Haha
No Matter What Happtus
You may rest assured that you are safe in
being speedily cured by Thomas' Eclcctnc
Oil in all cases ot rheumatism, neuralgia,
toothache, etc. One trial only is necessary
to firove its efficacy. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
A Baptist Minister's Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, I
graduated in medicine, but left a lucrative
practice for my present profession. 40 years
ago. I was for many years a sufferer from
quinsy; "Thomas' Eclcctric Oil cured me."
I was also troubled with hoarseness, and
Thomas' Eclcctric Oil always relieved me.
My wifo and child had diptheria, and
"Thomas Eclectric Oil cured them," and if
taken in time it will cure seven times out ot
ten. I am confident it is a cure for the
most obstinate cold or cough, and if any
one will tako a small teahpoon and half fill
it with the Oil, and then place the end of
the spoon in one nostril and draw the Oil
out of the spoon into tho head by sniffing
as hard as they can until the Oil lulls over
into the throat, and practice that twice a
week, I don't care how offensive their head
may be, it will clean it out and cure their
catarrh. For deafness and earache it has
done wonders to my certain knowledge. It
is tho only medicine dubbed patent medi
cine that I have ever felt like recommend
ing, and I am very anxious to see it iu every
place, for I tell you that I would not bo
without it in my house for any considera
tion. I am now suffering with a pain like
rheumatism in my right limb, and nothing
relieves mo liko Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Crane, Corry, Ta.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to bo the best, as well as tho cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to tho
farmer. I sell a first class standard two
horse harrow that will easily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
Thcycuu be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and savo freight, and give
is just tho size and weight ho wants, I will
tell tho plan with instructions and right
to make one, and send it by mail tor ono
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
it to supply their customers, I will give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage gained by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to make. Send for circular and price
tlis, S. IIutchinHn, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
Used to says : "Boys, if your blood is out
of order try Burdock tea;" and then they
had to diir the Burdock and boil it down
in kettles, making a nasty, smelling decoc
tion ; now you get all the curative proper
ties put up in a palatable form in Burdock
Blood Bitters. Prico fl. 00, trial size 10
Ladikb who annreciata elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is the best article sold for restoring gray
hair to its original color and beauty.
A COOKING 8TO V for Mle. with two Iron pot
l. two bke Dsni end tw enddlcn will b void
fur tun dollar. Apply ttfimlntla office.
Morgan Park Military Accadciny.
Tbo bent Doti' Hoarding School lo the Wmt,
I'rupttron for C ollege. Hcleutlflc Hcbool or lluol
nesR. Location attractive aud elevated, Hetaion
begin Hon. l:, 1KHI. Hend for catalogue to (.'apt.
KO N. KIRK TALCOTT, irlu., Morgan Park,
Cook Co., III.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealex in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Speeialtv.
O F" F I O K i
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,"
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL SINUS OV JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TTIIO CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. FATIEH & CO., .
Cor. Nineteenth itreen Cflil'O. 111.
Commercial Avenue J lttllUf Hit
THE ICE KHSTGr.
lteadynnw, to furnltliand deliver ICE In any
quantity both wlioluialo and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I respectfully aollclt the patronaRO of all my old
frlenda and ai many new onee, and Kiartuteetliem
aatlafactlon. JAlOll KLKK.
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