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TJEE DAILY BULLETIK
mien: Bollntia Balldlnf, Vaanlnftot Avenw
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OJTlUiAL PAPKR OF CITT AND OOTJKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this eolumn.elUt cant per Una for
Ireland Ova eanu per line eacn suusequeunufer
tlno. Kor ouo month, BO centa par una.
To Stvliul, Minn., August 18th, 1881 via
tyipoi Central K.K. Only $10.25, for
round trip. Tickets good for 30 days. Sleep
ing car from Centralis to St. Paul witbouj
change. A. H. Hanson, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. Joiikson, Gen'l Agent, Cairo.
at De Baun's CO Ohio Levee.
. The Great Triple X.
"XXX. Bo; the; fineitt malt produc
tion ever brought to Una city, has just been
received in large quantities by Mr. Loui
G. llerbort. near the corner of Eighth
street . and ' Cbmmorcial avenue. The
"trippleX" is superior to any other beer in
The country, Is a cool and neaitny oeaverage,
which, once kuown, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert s
and try the "XXX."
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
. I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at, .price 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 prompt
attention. My toe is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Oo.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone So. 02. F. M. Ward.
wllllt t - -p- - r r
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 58 Ohio Levee.
iu cans at Do Baun's.
A stationary saw-mill, "with capacity of
20,000 feet per day, on ..r nd .railroads,
in Southexst Missouri; also 180 acres fine
timber land. , M..J. Howlkv,
- Ileal Estate Agent.
This U. 8. Government uses Howe Scales.
Hi'tid for catalogue to Borden, Sclluck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
To All Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexauder coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J. B. Bibb. '
Dr. Kline's Groat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Verve . Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arcn
street, Philadelphia., Penn.
' ; Scratch Books.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 pet dozen. ,
in cans at De Buon's. '
The Great Oil Stove.
Tliu "Atgand" is tho boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stove are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
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The , very best family medicine is
"Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver, (tf)
To All Whom It May , Concern.
Don't forget on the 15th day of August,
that the game season is opened, and all game
in their season will be found at Avingerand
Tbarp's, 72 Ohio levoe, next door to City
national uaoic. we nave on nana now
Fresh Oysters and a variety of game,includ
ing Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
r iHn, etc.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
oignt, at John A. JCeeve's suction bouse, cor
oer Tenth street and Washington avenue,
jareo assortment vtt uptuinc, uoots and
qhoes, Crockery ;and Glasawero, Furniture,
ntotfes, ' jJross Goods, Ladies', Ware and No
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
21.1? th co"lm. w caws per Una,
each 'ueertlon. Harked
-Hattio S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh's.
-The Illinois Central pay car is to be
in to-day. , , :
-The EngbM, parliament Is snagged on
the Irish Land bill.
, -T colored poople 0 d
hall on Twelfth street with appropriate
vices yesieruay evening.
The archery club will mert on Tenth
street this evening at 0 o'clock for target
practice. ' ,;. ; '
Tbe oyster and game season has opened
and Messrs. Avlnger 4 Tbarp are prepared
fully to supply the demand. . ,
The young pooplo'i lawn ' aoclablo at
tho residence of Mr. 8. F. Wheeler last
night was a well attended .and delightful
' affair. It was alto a inccet financially.
Mr. Louis Herbert is having a brick
walk laid in front of his residence on tho
corner of Twelfth and Poplar streets.
A country WnJ In 'somewhat drunk
en condition, fell from his wagon near Mr.
Ernest B. Pettit's store up town yesterday
ftftornoxk and leveroly hurt his -arm.! -pr,
Parker dressed the limb. ' ,! v
A new plank walk was yosterday laid
in front of the business places of Mecsre.
A.T. DeBaun and George Weia, on Ohio
leveo. Messrs. DeBaun and Wais assisted
in the work.
The alarm of firo early yesterday morn
ing was prompted by a small firo in the rear
of Mr, P. Zimmerman's tailorina phop. Not
much damage was done and the engines
were not brought into requisition.
The earnings of the St. Louis Iron
Mountain and Southern railway tor the
first week in August, 1881, were $167,947
87; same Week last year, $121,001 71; in
crease, $46,040 16.
Among profcsssonal cards will b"
found that of Dr. Marean, also a notice of
his celebrated electric baths. These baths
give the sufferer all of tho benefit with none
of the expense and inconvenience of the
celebrated Hot Springs of Arkansas.
The general weather of this part of the
country according to yesterday's observa
tions by Sergeant W. II. Bay in this city,
was still warmer and just as dry as the day
before. At Yankton the thermometer was
ninety-nine, at Leavenworth, ninety-six.
A telegram was received Tuesday from
Capt. Dugan, at Grand Tower, stating that
the hole in the hull of the Bedford is 140
in length, and it is impossible to raise her.
The work of taking out her machinery was
begun, and within tho week the Bedford
will be no more. "
The Washington avenue sprinkler has
ceased work for the want of &ter, Messrs.
Boicourt & Newlsnd being unable to sup
ply the great demand made upon them.
But water will be obtained elsewhere in a
few days and then the sprinkler will again
be in operation.
Some time ago an effort was made to
convert the late Mr. Spotted Tail to the
Christian faith. After the scheme of salva
tion had been fully unfolded to him, he re
marked: "Whito religion no good. God
come on arth, white man kill him. In
dian wouldn't do that.
Says the Springfield Monitor : "Ches
ter is the Arthur of his own fortunes."
Tbe phraseology of this pun is horrible
enough, but the sentiment is more so. It
strongly implies that Chester may be the
"Arthur" ot Garfield's assassination. The
Monitor is in duty bound to explain.
At a mass meeting of citizens, held
at the board of trade rooms in Dallas
Texas, on Saturday, to consider the propo
sition of subscribing $400,000 to the Texas
and St. Louis narrow gauge railroad, there
was much Interest, and between $23,000
and $30,000 was subscribed. Tbe indica
tions are in favor for the whole amount be
ing subscribed at an earley date.
A grand barbecue will be given to
morrow, by B. F. Wilburn at Hodges' Park
to which all are invited. A number of
Caireites who have attended Wilburns bar
becues have already expressed a determina
tion to not miss this one. Special rates
will probably be given over the "Narrow
Gauge" railroad. Music, dancing and eat
ing will be the order of the day.
Much excitement was created in the
lower portion of Paducah a day or two ago
by the appearance of a large black animal,
which attacked and destroyed fences, hen
coops, calves, etc., and scmed to entertain
no fear of men and pistols. No one who
saw it knowB what it was, but some suppose
from the description given and the tracks
it made in the dust that it was a large black
Jennings & IIowo, the marblo men,
have just received the largest and finest as
sortment of monuments ever received in
Cairo, at their shop, on Tenth Street, be
tween Washington Avonue and Walnut
streets, and iuvite those needing work of
this kind, to call aad see them. They guar
antee satisfaction and prices low. Specim
ens ot their work may be socn all over the
country and challenges comparison with
any other similar work.
Two gentlemen representing the Bon
ion paptist Banner ana a Tenpissee paper
respectively, were in the city yisterday
looking for suitable rooms in which to es
tablish a religious paper in this city. The
object is to consolidate the Banner and the
Tennessee paper's material and publish a
Baptist daily here. The gentlemen will
probably spend several days in their search
for suitable rooms in the business part oi
the city, but it is to be hoped they will suc
It, Is confidently, assorted (that Mr.
Henry Wells, of Villa Ridge, who has been
studing law for some time in the office of
Messrs. Linegar & Lansdon in this city,
will be a Candidate for states attorney In
rnlaski county, to fill the vacancy created
In that office there by the death of Major
James Anderson. Mr. Wells, being man
ot correct habits of life, intelligent and
tlldlnua I. - I .
""-""i a ycrnaps as cooa a man as
oottia feasibly be found to fill the position
Will the adn-. a .
i lPWttlnont Wt official.
-I think not," was tha answer -It was
CAIRO BULHBTIWV:; .WEDNESDAY i MORNING, I AUGUST 1 17, 1881.
gareed at that meeting to advance the tariff
to the figures on the, last printed, rate
schedule. The New York Ceurrsl wis' not
rcprcsonteu at the mooting, and to try to
fix this up without their say-so ' would ,, be
like playing Hamlet without a Hamlet.: It
can't be done."
It was officially announced on Tuesday
that George W. Lilley had been appointed
general freight agent of the Texas and St.
Louis railroad, with headquarters at Tvler,
TexaB. Mr. Lilley began his ' career with
W. Pitt Robinson, in tbe general freight
office ot the Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
He rose to tbe position of general freight
agent on that road, which position ho hold
until the consolidation. Since then he has
held two or fhree responsible positions, and
was, until Tuesday, general agent of the
Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio.
The people of Philadelphia eloctod a
democratic mayor a short time since, , and
in reorganizing the police ' he ' appointed
four colored policemen. An old officer by
tho name of Jordan, who has been on that
force nine years, and is a product of stal
wart radicalism, got disgusted at the fair
nesa with which tho mayor distributed his
favors, and one day this man handed in his
resignation. Jordan like many other rad
icles, has a hankering after "nigger" votes
but don't believe in giving them offices
The Dolice force in Philadelphia is better
off without Jordan.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. in.,
yosterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 89; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 83 ; Davenport, Iowa, 88 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 83; Keokuk, Iowa, 84; LaCrosso,
Wis., 84; Leavenworth, Kas., 97; Louis
ville, Ky., 87; Memphis, Tenn., 91; Nash
ville, Tenn., 90; Omaha, Neb., 94; Pitta
burg, Pa., 80; 8hrevcport, La., 101; St.
Louis, Mo., 03; St. Paul, Minn., 75; Vicks
burg, Miss., 94; North Platte, Neb., 94 ;
Yankton, Dak., 00; Dodge City, Kan., 90;
Bismarck, Dak., 80; Chicago, Ills., ;
Denver, Col., .
The house belonging to Mrs. S. Wil
liamson, which is being moved by Mr.
Robert Beard, has been blockading Com
mercial avenue for two days and nights.
thus compelling all trains on the Cairn and
Vincennes railroad to stop at he corner of
Eighth street. But it will be removed
down Seventh street to-day. Work on the
Cairo Opera House site, from whence
the building was removed, will
be begun immediately with a
view to preparing it for the foundation of
this grand structure, which is to be com
pleted in tbe course of three months.
The Cairo Military company meets at
Washington hall this evening for business
of importance. Several committees are to
report, among them the committee on uni
forms, which has been in correpondence
with manufacturers of articles of the kind
wanted in some of the larger cities. The
question of procuring a ball to meet and
exercise in, ana lor storing tne company
arms, will also bo passed upon. Washington
ball, like nearly every other hall in tho
citf-, is too small to permit the company to
perform some of the military maneuvers
and tactics and besides the state does
not permit the company to keep its arms in
any public hall.
Once again comes the news ot an at
tempted rape by a negro upon a young
white woman, this time from Graves coun
ty, Kentucky. This part of the country
has certainly had a surfeit of such devilish
crimes, nearly all committed by scoundrels
of African descent, and as the punishment
of several of them by the courts of law does
not seera to check the crime, one is farced
to boliuve that the punishments inflictod
are not sufficiently severe to intimidate
the internal wretches. Doubtless more
ropo and less law would have a salutory ef
fect, but that would be punishing one vio
lation of law by another. The better plan
would ie to so amend the law as to make
rapo punishable with death.
Surveyor Chas. Tbrupp has laid off tho
ground back of the store of Messrs. Strattou
& Bird for two horse and mule stables
which that firm intends to erect there. The
stables will lace railroad street, just as the
many other stables and outhouses on either
sido of the Btrect do, A name for tbe street
that would bo suggestive of its present and
prospective appearanco, would be some
thing entirely different from that given
111... ! . .....
ii oy our evening comiemporary. until a
radical change wore madu, by which the
bsr.k yards, with their smoke bouses,
kitchens, dog pounds, horse and mule sta
bles, slop barrels and privies, 'wcr placod
along Ohio Levee and Commercial avenue,
and tho business houses turned about front,
railroad street would hardly do honor to
anybody's name, much less to that of
Cairo's most prominent business mon.
A mysterious cattle disease has broken
out along tho line of tho Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad and in various other parts of
tho state from the effects of which cows die
numerously and rapidly whet) once taken
with it. In Petersburg, Menard county, one
gentleman lost twenty or more within tbe
last week, the disease showing itself first
by striking its victims with total blindness;
In Logan county also the tame disease pre
vails to , an alarming extent, at
tacking and killing even horses and iboep.
Further south another fatal disease prevails
which kiU within a' few hours from tbe
tlmo of .its first attack and the only symp
torn which the ylct(m shows. U' a drowsi
ness. Mr.I. F. Pharo.who is connecter5.
with the tqlograph wire system along the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad, and who re
sides in I If rrisburg, staled yes.erday that
within the , last ; tew ' days fifteen
cows had died In tho town of Harris1
burg of this mysterious disease.
Thero has been no evidence of any disease
among stock in this or adjoining counties,
but there is no telling what this confounded
weather and the comets will yot bring
There continues tu be much talk abou
the action of Secretary Blaine in refusing
to inform the attorney of the Nihilist Loo.
Hartmtnn what . the aotion of this
government would bo in case
the Russian government demand
ed Hartmanns' extradition. Those
who donounce tho secretary for his refusal
to give the desired information are mostly
men who would support Hartman in any
devilish act, no matter how 1 atrocious or
how ineffectual in the accomplishment of
its purpose, if only that purpose were tbe
destruction of the czar, However as there
are two sides to every other
question, so are there to this. At Hartman
admits his complicity in tbe attempted
murder of the czar in 1879, it is liard to see
how Secretary Blaine could refuse the ex
tradition if demanded on that ground alone.
But the caso has its difficulties, for Hart-
mann is also a political refugee, and it will
be bard to distinguish between Ilartmann,
the assassin, and Hartmann, the Nihilist.
The motbods of Nihilism are dotostablo,
and it is, perhaps, not the only shape in
which popular resistance to the worst des
potism the world ever saw, is allowed to
the subjects of the czar; but;wo are sure the
American people will never allow theirgov
erument to lend itself to the work of sup
pressing an honest insurrection, by the ar
rest of such of its agents as may have found
an asylum in this land. Mr. Blaine would
probably be justified in giving up the mur
derer, Hartmann, but he ought to improve
tho occasion t inform tho cz;ir, in a friend
ly way, that he must not expect us to cap
ture his political criminals, without first al
lowing his subjects some suitable oppor
tunity for reasonable political agitation.
Such an appeal might properly como from
this country, and the czar ought not to take
it unkindly, Such a communication might
easily be made one of the noblest "state pa
pers" that ever emanated from Washington.
Fourteenth street, Irom Washington
avenue on, is in a fearful condition. Be
veen the avenue and Walnut street, where
jc has been newly filled, it is all out of
shape, which fact may be attributed to sev
eral causes. First the earth used for tbe
filling is absolutely worthless for that pur
pose. It is not earth at all; it U a sort of
mongrell mixture of sand and some other
vicious substance, which has a chronic ha
bit of being always one of two mean things
-Either mud or dust. There is no inter- j
ndate state for this miserable stuff, hence
it is next to impossible to construct a firm
mad bed out of it, even with the latest im
proved appliances. The other reason why
it is in its present condition is, that soon
after it was completed, the street was ob
structed for days, and considerably defaced,
by men who moved a house over it. TeamB
going through the street were
compelled to run down one side,
in order to get by tho house and thus the
street was badly cut up and the loose earth
spread all over the gutters before it had a
chance to pack down, (although it is likely
that, unlike Garfield, it wouldu't have
taken that chance had such been given.)
On the whole it is not likely that the new
filling was in a good condition, even appar
ontly, for five days after it had been loft
for finished by tho contractors and if it has
not yet been accented by the street com
mitttco it ought not to le. rurtner on,
beyond Walnut, the street is even in a
worse coudition. There the reckless use of
the public pump by the colored children
of the neighborhood and the peculiar pro
pensity of hogs have played mischief with
the street. The Bulletin called attention
to this nuisance before, but tho attention
has not been forthcoming, and in the mean
time tho evil has . been constantly
growing, until the street is almost enliroly
impassable and the pump unapproachable
by more than one team at a time. A rut of
from one to three feet in depth, two or lour
fcot in width, filled with mud and water,
extends from the pump to a distance of not
less than forty or fifty yards diagonally
across the street and there is no liklyhood
that il will ever be permitted to
dry ; out, but remain ; an ; unsightly
bad smelling, disease breeding, wagon
wrecking, hog wallow, until the street com
mittee either politely but firmly forbids
anybody from pumping away half a barrel
of water, every time a little pint tin cup is
to be filled, or else arrange it so that the
water will take another course than the
middlo of the street. Will the street com
mittee cast an eye over Fourteenth street?
Council. CHAMHKK, (
Cairo, III., August 10th, 1881. f
Present his Hon.' Mayor Thistle wood
and Aldormon Hughes, v Suap, Swoboda
and Wood 4.
Absent-Blake, Ilalliday, Hinklo, Kim
brougb, Paher and Pettit 6.
A quorum not being present on motion
of Alderman Wood meeting anjourned un
til Friday evening next at 7 :30 o'clock.
D. J. Foley, City Clerk.
Mr. J, A. Goldstine and family left on
Monday afternoon for the east. Mn. Gold
stine and daughter, Miss Rosa, will remain
in Cleveland on a short visit to Mr. Gold
stme's mother. Mr. Goldstine and Miss
Annie go further east, the former to New
York City on business and the ' latter to
Vassar college to finish her education.
. Mr. Benjamin Rosenwatcr returned on
Monday from Poughkeepsie, where he at
tended school. He will remain during
Mr. A. R. Hall, of St, Louis, was in the
city yesterday in the interest of his firm.
Messrs. G. W. Tinkle.of Paducah ; G. W.
St. John, of South Bend, Ind.; II. V. An
gler, of Carbondale; C. C. Wilson and
Frank Wilson, ot Chester, wore guests at
The Ilalliday yesterday.
Mr. H. Wells, of tho Alexander County
Bank left yesterday afternoon for Cincin
nati to join his family who have been there
for several weeks.
Captain E. Close, 1 father-in-law of Mr.
Durrcll, loft for his home in Chicago on
Sunday. He was suffering from the effects
of overheat and left tor his health.
Mr. M. Easterday returned yesterday
morning from Nokomis, Ills., where he had
been visiting relatives tor a week or two.
Misses Hattie and Emma Rearden re
turned a few days agO from shawneetown.
.Miss Axley. left , yesterday for Villa
Ridge to be absent until next Saturday.
Mr P. C. Bush has accepted a situation
in i Vie grocery establishment of Messrs.
Swoboda & Schultz.
Mr. Marsh Warren, formerly of Cairo,
now of Et. Louis, is in the city.
Judge John H. Muikey writes to the
Bulletin from Metropolis, under date of
August 16th: "My family and I are tem
porarily located here, waiting for rain to
replenish our cistern at home. Just when
that will be God only knows. Even Ven
nor can not solve so nice a question. In the
meantime send me the Bulletin and oblige,
yours very truly, etc."
Mr. Geo. Corliss and Ifarrily returned
from Metropolis yesterday; the severe ill
ness of both Mr. and Mrs. Corliss prevented
them from naking their contemplated visit
to Dixon Springs.
TUESDAY A'JOCST 10th, 1881.
City ot Cairo to Mrs. E. E. Briston ; deed,
dated August 4t 1881, for lot numbered
seven, in block numbered four, in railroad
addition to the city of Cairo.
City of Cairo to J. A. A. Griswold ; deed,
data! August 4th, 1881, for numbered
fifteen, in block numbered six and lot
numbered fifteen and sixteen, in block
numbered eleven, in railroad addition to
the city of Cairo.
City ot Cairo to Theodore D. Rand; deed,
dated July 9th, 1881, for lots numbered
one and two, in block numbered two, In
railroad addition to the city ot Cairo.
You Enow How It Is.
What to him was love or hope ! What to
him was joy or care? He stepped on a plug
of slippery snap, the girl had left on the
top-most stair. His feet flew out like wild,
tierce tbings; and he struck each stair with
a sound like a drum; and the girl below
with the scrubbing things, laughed like a
flond to ace him come. Bat he gathered
himself with care and toil, and repaired the
damage witu Bt. Jacob's Oil like any sen
sible man would.
Good carpenters to work on Belmont
Elevator at Belmont, Mo. Apply at the of
fice at Belmont. H. H. Welch, Supt.
Let the poor sufferers from female com
plaints take couragoand rejoice that a pain
less remedy bos been found. We refer to
LydiaE. Pinkham'a Vegetable compound.
It is prepared at 233 Western Avenue,Lynn,
Mass. Send to Mrs. Pinkham for pamph
Hcnoueus of men, women and children
rescued from beds of pain, sickness and
almost death and made strong and hearty
by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the best evi
dences in the world of its sterling worth.
You can find these in every community.
Post.' Soo advertisement.
The only absolute specific we know of
for sneezing, snuffing and choking cat an n
or head colds is Sanford's Radical Cure,
which ' tor tho small sum of $1 affords in
stant relief and invariably cures. Medical
Mrs; A.1 N. Frank, 177 West Tupper
Street, Buffalo, N. Y., says she has Used
Thomas' Ecloctric Oil for severe toothache
and neuralgia, and considers it . the best
thing she knows of for relieving pain.
Paul Q. Schuh, Agent. ,
8 J.gl ,
1 , 5-3
, uuuiuau BTUVJC tor s, with tvrolrnn nnli
a two Ma pans and tw. mTS? Wm ba aold
r Wadollara.,;ApplyatfluluilBoffloa! .
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
, On and attar Xoedajr, Jaaanh. and ant!) tnrthai
pCttea the fen? boa twill maka trips at Cullowa:
i " ls a rit LtATii iJuvaa
roatfoarth at. Klatoarl Laud'g. KratackyLdg.
:00a.m. 8:80 a.m. a.m.
t0.-00a. m. 10:S0a.. lla.n. V
B:00p.m. ; ,!:aop.. p.m.
4:00p.m. 4:80 p.m. B;00p..
3 p.m. " 1:80 p.m. I p.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
' ' I;
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cub Price Paid for Wbeat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Car. Twelfth Street and Leree,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street '
Oaix'O, Illinois. ,
. , P, Ji8KK,Vlce Prldent;
'- ' H. WILL, Caihier.
;, T. 1 . K E KT1I, AMl.Unt Ca.hlcf .
F.firuM. Cairo; Wlllliux Kluge.Ctlioi
rotor Xtt. Cairo: William Wolf, Cairo;
C. M. Osterlob, Cairo; O. O. Patler, Cairo:
E. A. Bnder, Cairo: J.Y.Cleiuion, Caledonia:
H. Weill, Cairo.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Kirhango aold and bought. Interest paid in
the Savlnsa Department Collection! made and
all buslneu promptly attended to.
THE ICE KING.
Kcadynow, to fnrnlah and delivor ICS la any
quantity both wholeaalo and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I reaped fully aolloft the patronage of all my old
frlondt and ai many new onci, and fraartnteethem
aatiefaction. JACOB KLKK.
Q W. WHEELER,
SummerWood and Kindling
ooBitaatly oa hand
At Seventy-five cento per, load.
At one dollar per load. '
The "lrtmmlBi"are ooarta iharinn and maka
the teat atunmer wood tor eookiac narpoaea u wall
ai tho ehaapeit em aold in Cairo, for black
smith't nas insetttnglres!, they v naeqaallwl
Leave ynor order at the Tenth street wood rerd