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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY CORNING, AUGUST 22, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OMuiAL PAPKR OP CITY AND COUNTY
W r-i ail ImrUml to enneunce lint It. A I).
W'll, HANKS, nf J(rermiu ciiunly, 1. a rnmiiilHto
ftt-Ctartjiifttie Appillale Court In thii Fourth
Ihvml mi Hi llliii'HK. nulijert t flio rtucintou of e
lenvnntlon of tin Democratic psrly
W rn iinliorl,tvi to auniiiinr.n thu nim of
WAbTKll WARDKItaaeanilUl'efortiii otllcc
ol Ctiumy.Iii'liio of Alexsndor County.
Wear anthiirUed to announce .lintlro JOHN
H. UOBINSOS hi to independent caudidatu for
County .1m1' l th coming Novum iter election.
Wo lire authorized to tnnonuro Mr. MILKS V,
l'AUK KHu an Independent caiidldulu for lien
urer of Alexander comity at thu loining November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in trim column, eight ent per lino fur
Brut and live cent per line etch mliaouuont tneer
lion, Kor ono vtuk. 80couti per lino. For ouo
month. riOceuta pur line.
DeBauns 00 Ohio Levee.
Out of tlio fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice liouso aud office is at present st the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, V
tween 8th and 0th streets. Orders will bo
filled samp as usual, both wholesale and
.retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeUtiuns 5d Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, fine liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give hint a call, tf
in market at DeHauns 5(1 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t' all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Ageut,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent,
H to DeHauns 5(1 Ohio levee.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
jmstal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at thu Cairo Bulletin
at DcBwins .Vi Ohio levee.
Hproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundirTs store where
ice In anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list the same as by drivers nf wagons, tf.
Use Tun Cairo Bm.i.ktin tnforated
scratch book, made of calendered jute
insuilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen.. Upocial discount ou gross
lots to the trade.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enterpriseing man
in Tun Ht'iXKTiN Building, which is now
tillered for sulu on easy terms, long time
and low rate f interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollar per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, aud two
brick buildings -a three story 40x01) and a
two story 10 x 45. Has a fmntnge of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &,c, in the 'I story buildinr
will iw sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this nfl'ii e, or John II Oherly, Blount
A trck assistant to uature in restoring
the system to perfect health, thus enabling
it t resist disease, is Brown's Iron Hit
Tuk old need them; the young want
them ; the sick crave them; the well take
them; dyspeptics need them ; epicures like
them; men will have them; children try
for them; ladies must have them. Hops and
How'tt the Bahy.
"How's the baby?" "His croup in better
this morning, thank you. We gvu him
one of Thomas' Electric Oil as yon ad
vised, doctor, and shall give him souin
more in n hour or so." Next day the doctor
prooouDced the youngster cured.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theee commni, ten cents per Hue,
nch Insertion. Marked '
Wm. Alba has the fiuest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
The family of Mr. S. P. Bennett are
Bojourning at Dixon Springs.
Mr. It. B.IIall, representing the firm
of llecht, Ezoll& Bryan, of Paducith, was in
the city yesterday.
The excursion to, and thu picnic nt
Red Bud, of the employs of the St. Louis
Sz Cairo railroad, Sunday, was a sucess in
Mr. J. W. Dusk was still in the city
yesterday circulating among his ninny
friends in the city. Ho favored the Bui.
lktin with a call.
Mr. CM. Howe has so far recovered
from his recent severe illness as to be out on
the streets again, looking much lees like a
shadow of himself.
With the party that left Cairo for
Dixon Springs yesterday morning were
MissRida Corliss, ('apt. W. P. Wright aud
Mr. Will. Lemeii, of Bund county.
Mr. Eli (j recti and several members of
his family are among the guests at Dixon
Springs this week. They are having tho
most pleasaut weather of the season.
Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. Tho
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The entrance to Tub Bulletin news
and editorial rooirs is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job oflice is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Because of tho change in the time of
departure of the Illinois Central train the
through mail will hereafter closo at 3 :00
instead of 3:45, p. in. Business men will
please take notice and be governed accor
dingly. Mr. A. D. Perry, passenger agent of
the Chicago and Alton railroad, was in the
city yesterday for the purpose of complet
ing arrangements for Mr. D F. King's ex
cursion to Chicago on September tho
Mrs. N. B. Thistlowood is not sick.
The Argus i in error. Mrs. B. F. Thistle
wood has been very sick for over two weeks
past and for thelast two or three days her
life has been despaired of. Siho was no
better last evening.
Mr, John Koehler, having sold out
his saloon on Eighth street, contemplates
embarking in another business soon. But
beford doing so bo will spend a few
weeks in the north for bis health
which has not been of the best of late. Ho
Misses Mollia and Jennie Marshall,
handsomo aud sprightly young ladies of
Woodville, Ky., are iu the city, guests of
Tho Ilalliday. They will remain several
days and will be pleased to meet acquaint
ances and exchange Courtises with their
friends in Cairo.
Ceutralia Demotrat: "Hon. W. K.
Murphy, of Pinckneyville, received the
lioinination for congress iu the 20th dis
trict at the Democratic convention. Wo
regard this as a wise selection, and hope
Mr. Murphy will lay Mr. Thomas -whose
lint s are badly demoralized -in the shade
of a Democratic majority.
A Washington special says: .The sn
lef t committee of the house of representa
tives appointed to examine tho work in tho
improvement of the Mississippi river intend
to charter a suit able vessel and proceed
down the river from Cairo to New Orleans
theuce to the jetties at South pass, stopping
at such places as will aid the members in
prosecuting tho work to which they aro
assigned. The work of tho committee
will begin about tho middle of Novem
ber. The fancy car of Soils Broscircus was
on tho Illinois Central track in front of Tho
Ilalliday nearly all day yesterday. Larger
than any ordinary passenger coach, divided
into compartments fo suit the purpose,
furnished with every couveniance, and dec
orated externally with groups of wild
beasts in attitudes of oll'enco and defence,
down with remarkable faithfullness to na
ture, tho whole is a magnificent piece of
workmanship and was admired by many
citizens who went there especially to see it.
It will bo followed by another soon.
-On tho ild of September, the thorough
bred stallion, "Loon," belonging to Messrs.
C C Coulter & Co., of Maylluld, Ky., will
bu at the livery stable of Mr. A. J. Carle,
iu this city, to make a stand ol about three
weeks. Owners of mares who may desire
to raise fine stock should mako a note of
this fact. Charges will bo f.VVOO, and a
foal insurable. Leon's pedigree is recorded
in Bruee's steed book, vol. 3, page 304, in
winch none but stood of well established
pedigree aro recorded. He was sired by
F. B. Harper's Lonfellnw," of Woodford
county, Ky. "Longfellow was sired by
imp. "Leamington," the sire of parole"
and "Iioquoisp,' which horses doleated the
English horse on their own soil recently.
"Lm-n" hiinsrlf has a good recoid as a racer,
-About 4 o'clock Sunday morning
W. C. Coup's circiu trains nut with an
accident oear Tunnel Hill, jn which threo
men wero Instantly killed and met)
wounded, two of them fatally. The trains,
two iu number, left after the performance
here, about 12 o'clock at night, tho ono be
ing out about five minutes ahead of the oth
er. Near Tunnel Hill tho foremost train was
ascending an incline and was stalled
the caboose- and one of the
car s were wrecked, but the engine was
but slightly injured. Of tho animals only
ono horse was injured. Tho men wore all
canvass-mou ; nono of tho performers wero
hurt. Of tho two fatally wounded, one
died during Sunday, and the other has also
probably died before this. 'The circus was
not much delayed iu its course. Tho dead
and wounded wero properly disposed of,
coffins for the former, and physicians for
the latter in tho persons of Drs. Parkers,
being procured from this city. Tho wreck
was speedily cleared away and the trains
went on their way as though uothing had
occurred. It kept its appointment at Del
phi, Indiaua, ou Monday, and will to day
be in Detroit, Michigan, from whence it
goes into Canada.
The negro Alex. James who was with
some difficulty arrested by officer McTigne
and Alderman Mcllale, on Washington
avenue Saturday, for robbing a couutryman
of a watch and chain, was examined before
Justice Robinson yesterday. The negro
pleaded guilty to taking tho watch but says
that he was told by another negro 'named
Jack Neely, to go aud get ij
and he would receive half a
dollar for the service. The countryman
hail bought the watch from a negro for two
dollars end it is believed it was Neely who
sold it to him. The watch is the same ouo
stolen fiom Mr. R. English some days ago.
It is supposed that Neely stole it and
sought to regain possession of it by send
ing James to claim it as his own and take
possesion of it on the ground that it had
been stolen from hira. Neely was arrested
yesterday and will be examined to-day.
James was held to bail in the sum of two
hundred dollars to answer the charge of
A man named Johu Thomas came into
the city Saturday with a horso and mule
and put up nt Mr. Boicourt'i stock yards.
After a little while he offerod to sell Mr.
Bolcourt tho mule and the httor bought
the animal, paying thirty-five dallars for
him. But Fred Koehler who stood by sug
gested to Mr. Boicnurt that all seemed not,
right with the seller and that an investiga
tion bad better be made. Mr. Boicourt
called Constable John Hogan who asked
Thomas to trive some references, but hard
ly had the officer' made this request
when Thomas jumped back two
steps and smght to draw a weapon
Hogan jumped forward with equal quick
ness and caught the fellow by one arm
while Mr. Fred Koehler caught him by
the other and took a pistol away from him,
a search of Thomas' person brought to light
another pistol and a quantity of ammuni
tion. Thomas was taken to jail ; but as the
man's actions aro the only evidence that
he did not come honestly by the horse and
mule, it is likely that a charge of carry
ing concealed weapons is all that can be
proven ngainst him. He will probably be
AMERICAN WAR VETERANS.
All Mexicau War Veterans, Soldiers of
1812 and Black Hawk Wars are requested
to meet in reunion at Mt. Vernon Ills., on
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 13th and
14th, 1882. It will bo 35 years since the
American forces marched into tho City of
Mexico and planted tho emblem of Liber
ty on the large cathedral of the Republic
of Mexico on tho 14th day of September,
1 is 17. Old comrades lot us celebrate the
lltn aud 15th in a lovefoast in a fitting
manner becoming old soldiers, and have
our old flint locks in good order, and her
ald tho watchword throughout tho length
and'hredth of this land, A little more
grape for our enemies.
Old Vets, come on, como all, bring your
wives and daughters, knapsacks, haversacks
and march to the old tune, "The Oirl I
Left Behind Me."
Coi Fkuris Foreman,
Prcs't State Association Mex. War V.
J. W. HwtTi.KY, Sec. State A. M. W. V.
A B IT CAIRO GENERALLY.
The city is iiow in a cleaner condition,
than ever. There is not a stagnant pool,
not an unclean spot; the streets are dry
(except whore sprinkled) and are splendid
highways for pleasure drive in tho cool
breeze of tho evening, and many citizens
avail themselves of this conditiou of things
every evening. Chief Myors han made a
thorough search of every prumisn and has
abated every nuisance aud distributed dis
infectants very liberally. There Is not the
slightest alarm en account of thu exist
tanco of yellow fever in Texas anil there
is no reason for nny. There has not been
a death in two weeks; them is not a case
of serious illness in tho city and but very
lew cases of a light character. No city
of cniro's size can equal this showing.
II KK NEW INDUSTRIES.
Thu Cairo Ice company has selected the
piece of ground below Tho Ilalliday, be
tween tho Wabash and Illinois Central
railroads, for its throe large buildings for
the manufacture and storing of ice. The
contracts for furnishing tho brick lor the
buildings has already bcou made with par'
ties in paducah. The brick is expected to
arrive every day and some of the othur ma
terial is already on tho ground. Work on
tho buildings will begin about the mid-
din of September.
Mr. Charles Fairs machine shops recently
established in the Brewery building on
Ninth street, is rapidly assuming larger
proportions. It has been in full blast ever
since its establishment and Mr. Fairs has
had more work than ho could possibly do.
Ho has some of the most ponderous machi
nery this sido of Chicago; a punch weigh
ing over four tons aud a roller over seven
feet long, has all tho machlnory necessary
fortloing iron work of every description.
He has uow in use a portable engine
w hich hu wa competed to put up iu order to
meet the demand for work made upon him
from the very beginning. But ho has ou
hand and will soon place in position u hand
some stationary engine aud two largo
boilers to furnish the power for additional
machinery which bo will procure. In
addition to tho machine shop
ho has a blacksmith shop and boiler shop
in full operation, aud will soon begin the
erection of a building about forty by fifty
feet, back of tho brewery building, which
will be used as a foundry. Mr. Fair's shops
are an important addition to Cairo's indus
tries. The large new saw mill of Capt W. P.
Ilalliday is now nearly ready for work. It
is the best appointed institution of its kind
in the state, and will when finished as in
tended, give employment to several dozen
heads of families. Captain Ilalliday in
tends also to erect a box and basket factory
in connection with his saw mills, which
shall bo more perfect in every way if pos
sible thau was the ono which burned down
and have an iucreased capacity.
The new brick manufactory of Messrs.
McClure & Co., is daily in full bias,
I MI'OHTANT ri'HLIC IMPROVEMENTS.
At a meeting of the street committee
held yesterday afternoon it was decided to
have new sewers laid immediately from
Third to Fifth streets, on Commercial av
enue, also from Seventh to Eighth streets,
on Cedar street, and from Pine to Walnut
Btreetsou Twenty-second street. The con tract
for tho latter stretch has been let out
to Mr. Ferter.
At the last meeting of the city council
the street committee reported that it had
received a proposition from the Mobile &
Ohio railroad by which said company pro
posed the paving of Eighth street, from
Washington avenue to Cedar stieet. the
company to furnish the gravel, aud tho city
to have it spread to the depth of ono foot
Tho city council accepted the proposition
and work is to begin within the next two
THE ARTESIAN WELL.
Saturday at noon tne wrk on tho artesian
well in Air. Kline's brick yard stopped and
the well was then two hundred four feet
and four inches deep. The work had been
resumed during the fore part of last week
after the obstructions which stopped the
work about a week before had been removed
The work will again be resumed to day and
the well will bo driven at the rate of about
two feet per day until a depth of about two
hundred and thirty feet is reached when,
Mr. Gnroiild thinks a good flow of water
will bo obtained. Samples of the sand
through whichjthe pipe went at a depth of
95, 200, 203 and 20 1 feet aro exhibited in
the show window of Messrs Taber Bros.
The Mobile & Ohio railroad company
has its plans prepared and will begin to
erect immediately, a large freight depot nt
the head of Eighth etreet, oa Cedar Btreet.
The building is to bo in three sections.
Tho center or main portion will be about
fifty by seventy-five feet, two story and of
brick, and is to be occupied by some of the
clerks ami officers of the road. On the
northerly and southerly side of this build
ing are to be erected two long frame build
ings, each about seventy-five feet long by
forty or fifty wide and one story, which will
be used for storing and handling incoming
and outgoing freight. The general oflice
of the company will bo established in the
brick building, on the Ohio levee, in the
Springfield block, now occupied on tho first
floor by Mr. IX. C. Hopkins' news store.
Tho building was bought by tho com
pany, will bo vacated soon aud will be
A promoted architect of Chicago, has
been engaged by several Jot owners iu the
business portion of the city to perfect plans
for buildings, the aggregate cost of which ,
it is said, will reach sevouty-fivo thousand
dollars. The plans are nearly comple
ted. The Singlor company is pushiug with
much vigor, the cxtousiva additions to its
great sowing machino works here. There
lias boon no alterations in the plans of the
company, on account of the "late unpleas
antness. "Tho buildings will all hoof a sub
stantial character as it was originally an
nounced they would be. In the meantime
tho machinery in tho completed buildings
is kept in motion every day.
UF.R NEW RAILROADS.
Ono of tho vice presidents ami tho gen
eral superintendent of the Chesapeake and
Ohio railroad were at Tho Ilalliday last
week and in conversation with several of
our capitalists expressed tho doterminatiou
that their road would be extended to Cairo
at tho carlieBl possible day.
Yesterday tho work of laying tho nar
row guago trucks - within the standard
gusge tracks of the Illinois central railroad
yards in this city, which is to enable this
company to handle on this sido of
the rivor tho cars of tho Texas and Cairo
narrow guage road, was completed down
to I ho passenger's depot. Work on tho in
cline of the Inter road at Bird's Point is also
being vigorously pushed. The road is nearly
completed so far as biying the track is con
cerned, and will without fail bo in full op
eration by the 1st ol October, when our
merchants may give the grand contem
plated free excursion to Cairo, and of tho
merchants living along the road between
here and Jonesburo, Ark.
Work on thu newly begun Cairo and
Charleston ( Ills.,) narrow guago road con
tinues without interruption. Up to last
accounts tho road had reached a point
about twenty-five miles south of Charleston
and surveyors are rapidly approaching this
Pfetmrations are nearly completed to be
gin the grading of the new standard guage
Cairo ami Vau Buren (Ark.,) railroad for
which the survey has been completed.
Work will bo pushed from both ends and
in the middle. The company is a stony
one and will be able to carry out its treat
project with dispatch.
These tour new railroads will make tho
number of Cairo's ten, luuiuug in every di
rection through some of the richest country
in the world.
Story of a Silver Jtfino.
An old Colorado miner navs: "While
I was yet at Li-udville it tniin ennie up
there from Denver mimed Dexter Jim
Dexter they called him-rind ho was
full of life nnd hope and had some mon
ey. Dexter looked about for a whilo
and finally bought a claim on Carbonate
Hill, which had at that time not been
prospected very well. He paid, I think,
about f lo.ooo i'nr it and set to work put
ting in maehiriei v and sinking the shaft,
which was already down some hundred
feet or more. Ho worked away on the
mine, people laughing at him a good
deal, but he never once. lost heart. Tho
mine bad not shown tip a single thing
in the way of mineral, and tho shaft had
been sunk by that time several hundred
feet. Dexter did not know what to do.
He had now spent nearly all the money
he had and nothing was coming in.
One day in the early part of the year
179 a party came to him and a.-.kodhim
what ho would take for hi mine. Dex
ter told him, and a bargain was made
between them. The pr'no paid was, I
think, .30,ihmi, some . h) more than
Dexter had spent on it nltogether. Ho
was mighty glad to get. the .iu.ooo, nnd
thought him.-elf vx ell out of n bad bar
gain, tie rushed out onto Carbonate
Hill and ordered the miners to drop
their tools and quit work. This was
about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. He
said: 'Boys, I have fold this l d hole,
ami I don't want you to work another
uiinuto iu it for me. I will pay you otT
right now, and you can quit.' Well,
the miners had just lini-hed a drill and
were going to place a blast and uncover
some rocks, and they asked to be al
lowed to finish it before they quit work.
'No,' Baid Dexter, 'come out; I don't
want, you to work any more; there's
nothing in the d d old hole.' Tho
men reluetantlf quit, and departed.
Dexter got his money nnd was happy.
Well, the mine had been bought by a
Mock company, and in a short timetliey
began work on it. Now, yoimg man,
what I am going' to tell you is the sol
emn truth," said the miner. "Thos
fellows went up there to that mine and
laid a fuse to the blast left by Dexter's
men and touched it oft." After the
smoke cleared away they went in to see
how much rock had been loosened, when
what do you think? There before their
eyes they saw the richest body of silver
ore which has ever been seen since the
world begun. At that time hundreds
of thousands of dollars met the gaze of
tho delighted owners of tho richest kind
of ore. Well, young fellow," continued
Mr. Knowles, "that, mine was the cele
brated Robert E. Lee, which has made
everybody rich who has had anythingto
do with it since Jimmy Dexter sold it.
Millions of dollars have been turned out
of it, and it is the greatest silver mine
in the world." The reporter nsked the
miner how Dexter took the misfortune.
"Well," he replied, "they say Dexter
would cry for a long time after whenev
er he would hear the name of the mine
mentioned, but I don't know how that
is. lie got hold of other miuing proper
ty with the money received, and is now
ti rich man, living in Denver in tine
style. He has the reputation of having
the most elegantly furnished bouse in
Denver, and it surely is a beautiful
Cultivate ,i Sweet Voice.
There is no power of love so hard to
get and keep as a kind voice. A kind
hand is deaf and dumb. It may bo
rough in flesh nnd blood, yet do tho
work of n soft, heart, and do it with a
soft touch. But there is no ono thing
that love so much nerds us a sweet voice
to tell what, it means and feels, nnd it is
hard to get it, nnd keep it in the right
tone. One must start in youth, and be
tin the watch night and day, at, work
nnd play, to get ami keep a voice that
shall speak at nil times the thought of a
kind heart. But this is the time when
a sharp voice is most npt to be got.
You often hear boys and girls say words
tit play with it quick, sharp tone, as if it
were the sv of a whip, When one of
them gets vexed you will hear n voice
that sounds as if it were made up of a
snarl, rt whine and a bark. Such a
voice often wpenks worso than the heart
feels. It shows mom ill-will lit the
tono than in the words, It is often in
mirth that one gets a voice or a tono
that is sharp, nnd sticks tohini through
lite, nnd stirs up ill-will and grief, nnd
falls like a drop of gallon the sweet
joys nl, home. Such ns those get a sharp
home voice for use and keep their best
voice for those they meet, clsewhercjust
riM they would serve their best cakes aud
pies for guests nnd nil their sour food
for their own board. I would say to all
boys nnd girls. "Use your guests voice
nt, home.'" Watch If by the day as a
pearl of great price, for it will bo worth
more to you in ho days to como thau
the best pearl hid In the sea. A kind
voice is a lark's song to a hearth nnd
homo. It Is to the heart whaUight it
tho eyo. Jewish Messenger,
FOR PKINTBIH-Wo have far iile io,ne three
or four hundred pouodi of Huntll Pic only uKbt
ly used, tbnt we will mil for 'J5 cunts per tiuuud,
taken ti H liy In cam.
WANTKOWOAHDINO-Ini private family, by
a gnntluinan and wife- Addrcia "At" care of M
National IJauk. T
AN 8 er lOhor-e power uprlKlit otinlnu, In itood
condition, aud Vi font horiKONtal 2 flue boilers
with all the valves, pi pen, uow heater, drive wolf
walortank. etc., new mnokn Hark all complete!
price SMW). Apply at Till Hum ei-iN. tf
U. Fair & CO.
I'l-opritttom of Iron und Ma hina
Corner Nlueth and Waililiiton avenue,
ALL K I M)H OK MA I'll INK
WORK. HOII.KU WORK AND
HLACKSM I I HINO l'HM I'TI-Y
ATTENOKP TO AT KhASUN M.K
VeaUohavaniimlir of HECOM) rjAXDKD
i.ui.i9i.iu nuiLKits, for fa!e client.
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant i
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
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MILL AND COM MISSION.
FLO UK- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrheHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
HI K CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illhioin.
:t OlIIO LKVKK .
A General Banking business
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No. 27 J) llth St.
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Commercial Avenue and Kijrlith Stroe t,
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F. Brow C'a'ro I William KniLO. .Cairo
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J. V. Clonwou, Caledoula,
; A GINIRAL BANKING BU3INEH8 DONK. ..
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thflvtBfft Department, Collection! made and
til buslueis promptly attended to.