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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. 7H OHIO LF.VKE.
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OND CLASS KATK8.
OFftuiAb PAPER Of CITV AND COUNTY
We ar mthorlisnrl to tnnnnnco that H. A. I).
WILBANKS, of Jefferson countv, Is a candidate
for Cleric oftho Aiipsllate Court In tho fourth
PcvUIn of IlllnoU. aubject to lha decUlou of
convention of the Democratic party
Wa are a'lthnriiii'd to announce the nanin of
WALTKU WAKOKIUvacanillila'afortlin office
of Uminly Juili! of Alexander County.
We ar authnrlxvd to announro Justice JUUN
It. HOB IN. SOS aa an Independent candidate for
County .luitijc nt tbu coming November election.
, ClinNTT THKAMUnRll.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES V,',
I'A UK Kit hh n Independent candidate for tivim-tin-r
of Alexander county ut the com mi; November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticet lu thin column. egnl cent per line for
flretanrlnve centa per line each auhacquent Inter
tl.m. For one week, .10 centa per lino. for one
M onth. " cent per line.
DeBnuns oO Ohio Levee.
0. I). Williamson, 70 Ohio level', lias
just recieved a lot of choice Wisconsin,
creamery Bnd dairy butler. tl.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse uud otfice is at present the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'ic
tween 8th and 8th streets. Orders will be
tilled samn as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DuB.iuns 5(5 Ohio Levee,
Fair and Festival.
A fair and festival for tho benefit of the
Lnrctto Academy will be held in Old Re
form Hall August 2'Jth 30th ami a 1st.
Those who have promised donations are re
juested to bear this in mind. Citizens gener
ally are solicited to take tickets and assist
in a good cause.
Southern Hotel and Ke.HUu rant
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 tiro. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for tho tired, good
tare for tho hungry, fine liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. (live him a call, tf
Choice Wisconsin, creamery and dairy
butter just received at O. 1). Williamsons',
70 Ohio levee. tf.
Best 0 stern
in market at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all tin1 priucipal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or Address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauus 56 Ohio levee.
J. S. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new outs
promptly ami at fair prices. Orders by
po-tai promptly attended to. No. 3 Win
ter's row. tf
"Fkmalic complaints" are tho result of
impure blood. Use "Dr. Lmdsey s IJlood
Bearcher." Sure cure.
An effective medicine for kidney (lis
eases, low fevers and nervous prostration,
ami well worthy of a trial, is Brown's Iron
The great vhIiio of Mrs. Lydi E. Pink
haiu'g Vegetable Compound lor all diseases
of women is demonstrated by every day
experience. The writer of this had oc
casion to step into the principal Pharmacy
of a city of 110,001) inhabitants, and on in quiry
as to which is the most popular
proprietary medicine of the time, was an
swered, that Mrs. I'iukhaiu's Vegetable
Compound occupies a most conspicuous
place in tho front rank of all the remedies
of (his class now before the public Jour
nal. Kresh Oyster
at Demons fill Ohio levee.
do to O. D. Williamson's, 70 Ohio
levee, for choice fresh Wisconsin, creamery,
or dairy butter. tf.
Receipt books, Cairo dateline, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sprout's Retail lee Box.
CoiiMiineis of ice are notified that for
their convenience 1 have built a large Ice
nx on Eighth Mreet in Cunditl"a store where
ice in anv ipmutity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list the Htme as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub Caiuo Bulletin perforated
Miaicn-uooK, ms'lu ol calendered jute
uuuiilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the olllee. No. 2 and
o five and ten cents oar h by the single one,
by tho dozen. Hpecial discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Thohk who prepare lloprt and Malt Hit
tent, make no secrets of its ingredients,
hut publish tliein on every bottle. Medi
cs) authorities say that therm remedies are
all tbst are claimed tor them for the cure
ofDyipepsIs, Dobility, indigestion, Con
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice to thee coinmni, ton cent per line,
lacb Ineertlon. Marked
Win. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Mrs. II. Wells, and family, have gono
to Anna," Ills., to attend tho fair, which
opens there on the 31st.
''Grand father's clock." they sing
about, can be scon at John A. Millar's
jewelry store. 2t.
The family of Mr. It. II. Cunningham,
with himself, are now in Denver, Colo
Misses Nannie ami Ilettio Thompson
have gono on a four week's visit to friends
in ymithland and Dycusburg.
General Pavey arrived in the city yes
terday and spent most of his time in posting
hiniBolf about matters in the internal reve
nue office, preparatory to taking formal
charge of the office n the 1st of September.
Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, Bhtives etc. Tim
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job oflico is closed
after seven j. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Commencing Sept. 1st, Fred Gerni
gou'u prices will be reduced to 10 cents for
shave, 23 cents for shampoo, and 25 cents
for hair cut. Shop on (1th. between Wash
ington and Commercial. Ut
Remember the Lander Manufacturing
Co's sale. At Hodges Park, Aug. 31, will
be sold: one saw mill; six houses ami lots;
six vacant lots; six hundred and forty acres
of land; livestock, ami household furnit
A Long Branch girl has caught a hus
band with her hair. It is likely that the
poor fellow will eventually find out catch
ing by the hair is a feminine accomplish
ment which is somewhat common.
No wonder Gen. Sherman likes to call
St. Louis his home. "A St. Louis girl
sixteen years old, pretty as a picture, and
having a voice as soft as currrent jelly, can
split the paunel of a common piue door
with one blow of her fist."
Mr. F. W. Steinhagen, of Golconda,
who formed the acquaintance of a number
of Canoites at Dixon Springs some time
ago, was at Tho Halliday yesterday. He
was on his way to Mound City to assume the
duties of a position in the business house of
To-morrow a barbecue is to be given
at "Pilgrim's Rest," a llttlo place about six
miles out from this city, iu this county.
"Flying horses and Refreshments" are to
be among the attractions, and among the
speakers aro mentioned Messrs. J. II. Rob
inson, Walter Warder, John Hodges, Miles
Parker, ami J. J. Bird.
About half a dozen couples of young
people gathered by invitation at the rooms
of Mr. Parson's Monday night and spent
hall the night in a very pleasant manner.
Mr. Parsons exerted himself to provide
means of entertainment in the way ot rare
refreshments, music etc.
The Halliday Guards left yesterday
for Springfield, Ills., to participate in the
eucampmeut of the state militia to bu held
there for the purpose of inspecting and or
ganizing it. There are ten regiments in
the state and it is expected that there will
be not less than ten thousand troups in at
tendance at tho encampment.
"Cool storage'ls to be one of the branch
es of the Cairo Ice Factory that is to be.
In large cities this is a very important busi
ness; dealers in all manner of perishable
ioods avail themselves of the cooling
rooms of enterprising ice dealers. Mr.
George O'Hara is now engaged daily in
perfecting arrangements preparatory to be
ginning work on the buildings of tho ice
works here. Ono hundred thousand brick
have been contracted for at Chester, III.,
and are already in part on tho ground here.
Mr. A. Black, of the city shoe store, is
soon to make an important addition to his
business in the form of a shoe shop. He
will set a room apart in the rear portion of
his large shoo store, supply it with all the
modern machinery and tools used by the
most accomplished artist of the last, and
procure the services of a force of skilled
workmen who will make foot gear to order
on short notice. Mr. Black will probably
givu due notice of tho perfection of his
Tim reporters are severe tin a certain
elderly person who has a large farm, am
who is alleged to have withhold support
from his needy daughter because she mar
ried in opposition to bis wishes. But iron-
hearted lathers in law have good reaBon to
bulnllixiblo. A young man is no more
justified in marrying a woman whom he is
notable to support than ho is in turning
burglar and plundering a house. If every
young jackanapsc and hisolfspring aro to bo
taken care of hy an industrious father-in-
law it is high time the birth of girl babies
J -Within a lew weeks back hundreds of
counterfeit ten dollar irreenbacks. of the
issue of 1875, havo been put In circulation,
and the point of difference between the
good and bad is a slight irregularity in tho
shiiMj ol letters in tlio lino on tho ton of
tho face of the counterfeit. "This note is
a legal tender for ten dollars." On tho
counterfeit there is no space between tho
words "for" and "ton." In tho word ' print
ing," just below the fiords "for ten" tho last
four letters, "ting," sro in italic. In tho
counterfeit the letters'ar every 'urogular, tho
latho work, particularly in tho uper right
hand corner being blurred.
Cholera has been regular in its appear
ance onco in 17 years, and next year should
on this estimate bo one on which to expect
the reappearance tit tho plague. There
may be law which lias caused the reoc
currence at exact intervals in the put but
it will do no harm if preparations are
mado for it.
Mount Vernon News: "Democratic
papers throughout southern Illinois, so f ir
as wo havo noticed, aro advocating the
nomination hy tho state convention f"r
superintendent of public instruction Hon.
L. Walker of McLeansboro. He has
served a term in tho legislature, has been
county school superintendent, and is now
state's attorney for Hamilton county. He
is an unflinching Democrat, a classic schol
ar, and not ouly well qualified but worthy
A letter received by the clerk of the
Planters House from a friend of Mrs. Lamb,
the lady whoso husband died at that house
some time ago, expresses the lady's thanks
to the management of the Planters for the
attention shown her husband before and
after his death. Mrs. Limb, says tho writer,
is now a poor widow, dependant entirely
upon herself for support. Her husband's
remains were taken charge of by the men
who were soldiers under him, he having
been a captain in the army, and interred in
the soldiers' cem e tery .
Roberts, of the Pulaski Patriot, knows
not whereof he speaks when he says:
"General Pavey will take charge oftho col
lector's office on the first of September.
Tho sooner tho better, general, our boys
are anxious to get things in Mich shape
that they can place a lull ticket in the
field in Alexander county with some hope
of electing it. There is no chance the way
things ate now. Move as soon as possible,
and move out some of the drawbacks as
soon as you get in." No possible arrange
ment could be made by which a Republi
can ticket could bo elected in this county
at the coming election. The party is hope
lessly split, hero as in all other parts of the
There are still several cases of small
pox in tho county. Dr. Stevens, of Com
mercial Point, who was in this city yester-
.lay, reports that since the 2Dth of July, when
there was no sign of the disease there, the
disease broko out in a family uamed Belford
who moved there recently from Paducah,
and now tho entire family of four persons is
down with it. The disease is not of a virulent
typo, but yet it may prove fatal iu the cases
of one or two of the patients. Dr. Stevens
believes that the germs of the diseaso were
brought to Commercial Point by some oue
from th's t 'h', who had boen afflicted with
it here and came there about the middle of
July on liii.iness. The proper stps have
been taken by the local authorities to con
fine tho disease to the Belford family and
the prospects are that they will succeed.
If the Republican press is wise it will
refrain from personalities in the campaign
now opening. It is true that Captain Mur
phy's record is so clear that nothing can
be said against him, which fact is exas
perating to tho average enthusiastic Repub
lican editor and excites him to the
use of epithets, as tho editor oftho Jackson
county Era, for instanco, who, without any
provocation whatever, and with perhaps
a gaeater insight iuto the
meaning of tho apparently meaningless
term, calls Captain Murphy "a miserable
Digger Squaw." The Era will find, per
haps too late, that epithets in a political
campaign always act as boomerangs they
are treacherous weapons, missing wide tho
nmrk at which they aro aimed and return
ing finally to wound him who hurled them.
Let the Era aud its confreres bewaro.
Yesterday the thermometer was out of
all proportion in this city to the temperature
as experienced hy the average citizen. The
air w.'is found to be generally cool all day,
yt the thermometer in various parts of the
city bad one to believe that it must be un
comfortably hot. But this state of things
may bo explained. Tho reason why the
thermometer does not always accord with
the comparative discomfort of hot weather
is owing to the variation of moistiiro in the
sir. While the human body is always giv
ing off perspiration, either sensible or in
sinsiblc,, this evaporation will go on more
rapidly when the air contains but little
moisture than when it contains a great
deal. Evaporation is coolling when it has
no obstruction; but when it is obstructed
by moist air the reverse effect is produced,
and a tempatureof 80 decrees is quite as
that of 00 when the air in dry.
Tho Jackson County Era is certainly
mintakenwlien it says that "the Cairo Dem
ocratic convention endorsed Thomas' course
relative to the rivor and harbor appropri
ation bill; it instructed its nominee to do
just what Thoiuas did -"faithfully labor
ami vote lor tho improvement of the two
great natural highways of the western
commerce," the Ohio and Mississippi riv
ers." The Cairo Democratic convention did
not endorse Captain Thomas in anything,
and Captain Thomas diii not "faithfully
labor and vote for appropriations for the
great natural highways in question." Cap
tain Thomas did not vote once for any of the
appropriation for river improvements consid
ered in the congresses of which ho was u
member, and we defy the Era to produce
proof to the contrary. The Era should be
better informed concerning Captain Thom
as' congressional record, and then it would
not make such egregious blunders.
To those of tho Republican papers in
southern Illinois, which seek to make a
point against Captain Murphy became he
is a man of moans (acquired by honest toil
by the way), arid which profess to doubt
that ho will, if elected, guard tho interest
of the masses against combined capitalists,
notably tho Jackson County Era and the
Sparta Ph.iudealer, wo commend the fol
lowing left handed reply ot Barton's Free
Press, called forth by the Plaindealer's
question: "If Hon. W. Iv. Murphy should
become a meinber'of congress, would ho
rise in his seat and denounce the bloated
monopolists?" The Free Press replies
characteristically: "A center shot. Good!
Now our fellows are getting in their work.
Let him have it, Brother Plaindoaler,
right between wind and water. And now
let no doggoncd Democrat ask when Mr.
Thomas rose In his seat and denounced the
bloated monopolists. When our fellows
shoot oir their mouths there must be no
back talk. Go ahead, Bro. PUindeahr,
we're at your back."
Yesterday afternoon's weather report
gave evidence of a prospective severe ele
mental)' commotion, which would affect the
entire northwest. The commotion is to
consist of heavy rains, strong winds, thun
der and lightning and a cold wave. The
cause of this expected commotion was a
rapid fall of the temperature in the extreme
northwest. The average stage of the tin r
tuoiueter at twenty points reported from was
75'degrees above zero. The highest was
87, atShreveport, and the lowest 57 at Yank
ton and Dodge City. The average fall du
ring tho twenty-four hours ending at 2:11
o'clock yesterday afternoon was 8 degrees,
the greatest falls were 34 degrees, at Yank
ton and Dodge City, 22 degreess atSt. Paul,
and 13 degrees at Omaha. The cold wave
indicated by the great fall of the thermom
eter at Yankton and Dodge City may be
felt in this section of the country at any
moment. Rain was reported from Chatta
nooga, Dodge City, Keokuk, Memphis,
Nashville, St. Louis, St. Paul and Yankton.
Yesterday evening Mr. Hirry Walker
had the young woman, Josie Reynolds,
who took an overdose of morphine Sunday
night, conveyed to St. Mary's I firmary
there to be under thy excellent care wf tho
Sister sof tho Holy Cross. The patient
was still uucoiicious and the prospects of
recovery were not flattering. Just after
her condition was discovered
and the attendants had labored
with her a while, she regained
consciousness and spoke rationally in an
swer to quesions asked her. Shu told Mr.
walker that sho did not take the morphine
with the intention of killing herself, but
"just to make her feel good." It appears
now that she was addicted to the use of the
drug and that, contrary to right and to com
mon Usage aui'mg druggists she had pro
cured a large bottle full of moiphiue with
out a physicians' prescription. Alter her
few moments of conciousness she relapsed
iutosemi-conciousiiess, being at times ap
parently able to hear and understand, but
unable to speak or move a muscle. Her
case is a critical one. She is su'id to have
a brother living in tho upper end of this
county, but up to last night nothing had
been heard from him.
Probably over two thousand p)p'c
gathered around the corner of Eighth
street ami Ohio levee yesterday evening to
witness the baloon ascension of Fnf.
IIeadley,or rather of Prof. Headley's "num."
Tho crowd waited patiently for several
hours, during which a collection w is taken
up and the balloon charged with hot air.
About a quarter after 5 o'clock the balloon,
which was about forty feet high and
thirty in diameter and looked considerably
used up, was cut loose, and amid shouts of
tho multitude and with the man, dressed
in a tight suit which seemed to have stif
furetL long and patiently for a good ihme
of soap and water, hanging to a trapeze
with hand, the balloon shot up into the
blue beyond like an arrow. The sky was
clear mid tho air quiet, and the balloon as
cended almost in a perfectly perpendicular
line to height of six or sevn hundred
feet, while tho man performed various an;
tics on the horizontal bar. At thJ flight
named the great muddy globe halted iu its
upward course, swayud to and fro a little,
arid then began to descend alowta at first
butgradually increasing in rapidity until
it seemed that the man, would strike the
ground with an unhealthy force. But ho
stood upright on tho trapeze watching to
see where ho would alight and to bo pre
pared to jump if necessary, lie alighted
about two aqaures from where ho started,
light on the roof of Mrs. S. Williamson's
millinery store, bounded from this onto thu
sidewalk in front of tho gate leading into
the yard of Mrs. Stiles' hoarding house,
and was entirely unharmed. Tho balloon
fell over into tho street, torn in several
places by thu branches of a treo near
which it fell. Tho time elapsing between
the balloon's departure and return to terra
firms was but little over ono minute.
Mr. L. Pino returned yesterday from
his trip ivrth and east. His arrival will
complete the joint citizens, and council
committee', appointed Toy tho mayor to con
sider thn advisability of accepting Mr.
Lock wood's proposition to put up waters
works in the city. Tho commute will doubt
less hold a meetingdiirlng this week and give
the important matter entrusted to it thor
ough consideration, There scums to bo an
inclination on thu pu t of some of the com
mittee to ignore Mr. Lockwood's propos
al entirely and to simply draw up specifi
cations for the erection of waterworks in
tho city, subject to certain condition, and
to adveitisu for bids accompanied by
bonds for a faithful performance of duty
under the agreement. Thccommitteo em
bodies some of the best material tho city has
and may be confidently ex ported to do that
which will bu the best for the city. They
aro all gentlemen of good judgment aud
considerable experience in the matters con
nected with lliesuliject under consideration.
While they will rocoguiz i the fact that the
cityjwants water works of the very best kind
and agree to nothing that may in any way
work to the city's disadvantage in after
years, they will doubtless also acknowledge
that the man who would come to this ci y
.and invest from one hundred thousand to
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars of
his own or other men's money in an impor
tant private enterprise for public use, de
serves all possible encouragement consis
tent with the public good ami should have
no unnecessary impediments placed in his
It is claimed by the eastern opp
nents ol the River and Harbor bill that
the bill is unconstitutional. The Evans
ville Courier sustains this claim in this way :
"That the river and harbor bill appropri
ating $18,0011,000 of the public money to
objects which have no more lawful claim
for a dollar's subsidy than the farms of the
western frontier settlers is unconstitutional,
has yet to be denied by any lawyer above
tho range of the petifogger. Opinions dif
f ,T, however, as to what courso the presi
dent can or should persue to defeat the rob
berry of the treasury by a palpably uncon
stitutional act of congress. But a prior
point is whether the act has really been
passed or not over the president's veto. The
constitutional provision is that when the
president disapproves a bill ho shall return
it to the house in which it originated, and
"two-thirds of that house" aro necessary to
pass it over tho veto; the same language
applies to the necessary vote over the other
house "two thirds of that house." Now
tho House of Representatives
is "composed of members chosen every
second year by the people of thu states"
as duly apportioned. The other house is
'composed of two senatois from each stao
chosen by the legislature thereof." To the
present house there wa.s 2!) 3 uuunbers cho
sen, and to the present senate 76 two
thirds of each respectively being lOtl aud
51. Thy hffirmitive vote of the house in
passing the liver and harbor bill over the
vote was only 123, and that of the seuat-i
only 41 much less than two-thirds of each
can-. The advocates of the steal under
take to count the '"pairs" of members that
were absent to fill out a two-thirds vote.
But tho constitution not only docs not rec
ognize "pairs'' in such connection or in any
other connection, but it expressly says
refference to the vote of the two houses in
passings bill over a veto: "But in all such
cases the votes ot both bouses shall bo de
termined by yeas ami nays, and tho names
of the persons voting for and against the
bill shall be inti red upon the journal of
each house renf ectivcly." Constructive
presence ot voting can not count or be rec
ognized. Actual presence, yea or nay re
sponse and record of name aro required.
I'lio river and har bor bill, having fallen
seventy-three short of a two-third vote in
tho senate, is a nullity by proof of the re
cord, and should he so treated by the exec
utive, as it certainly would if brought he
fore it by the judicial department of the
ABOUT YKLLOW FEVER.
Dali.ls. Tex., Aug. 2S. -County Judge
Bcrko visited the merchants on one small
street to-day and collected 200for tho yel
low fever at Brownsville, which wo for
warded to Mayor Carson of that city. Tho
regular citizens' relief commit too of Dallas
aro at work arid will raise several thou
sand dollars, to be distributed at the vari
ous places where tiie epidemic exists.
MovrooMEKY, Ala., Aug. 28. At a
meeting of the board of health to-night
tho proeident stated that ho had boen offi
cially Informed by a telegram from the
Pcnsacola board of health that two cases of
yollow fever had developed in that city, but
no denth is reported. Quarantining against
Petisacola will bo rigidly maintained and
all roads carefully guarded.
Biihwnsvii.lk, Tex., Aug. 28. Tlmre
weni 40 new cases of yellow fever yesterday
ami three deaths of Mexicans. Dr. Murray
arrived at Brazos. There wero five deaths
iu Matatnoras. 1
NEWS NOTH.S AND COMMENT.
Japan is preparing for war with Corea.
Robinson accepts the Greenback nomi
nation lor governor of Kansas.
The Democratic convention oftho Eigh
teenth congressional district of Illinois
takes place at Highland today.
Six desperadoes seized an excursion
train and robbed the passengers near Tole
Gun. Sherman will ask V bu retired In
November, 1883, and will reside in St.
i . MKW AUVICltriHEMKNTH, i,
T PIUNTJMJ OHKICKS-Wo havo a lar
stock of iMxiifl, No. 1 "M" newa that wo will ell V
) innler oiOy, in lota of not le.a than two rame
13. 40 per ream caati. AiIdrenaK A. lturnett. lii
ut In Olllee. ,
AN B ar 111 horn power tiprl!it eiiirlne, In bo ; i
condlt on. and I J fool horizontal lino nollei'iV
with all tho va.vua, plpee, new heater, drive we
wamriaua. en: . new etnOKe Hui lt all coinulel'
prtcel.'iU. AddreaM K. . Uuruett, Cairo, III, ji
QHAS. B. Fair & CO. J,
l'roirlotorn of 1 run Hint MhcIuii
Corner Nluettind Valilui;tim sveune,
Cairo, Illinois. : '
Alt, KINDS Op MACHINE
WORK. BOILKU WOKK ANIl
ATTKNUKIi TO AT UhASONBLK I ;
.W?.BJ"J1,hV .n,,m,",r '' HKCOM) HAN
KNOINKS AND llolLKK-, for rale, hoaa. ;
TOM WINTER &, CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant v,
No. 25 Eighth Street, !
Between Commercial and Washington Av;
ri : ... i . , '.
v-i'fiMgiimenis rviiicuen. f
PROPRIETOR OK SPHOAT'S PATEN
Wholesale Dor J or in lot?
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
P' KED FOR SHIPPING h
Oar Loads a Specialty.
OFFI () V) : ;)
Oor.Twel.th Street awl Ley4'
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. !
Y Stoves ll
S Tinware. S
Commission Merchants, j
n.OUV GRAIN AM) RAY
Egyptian Floiirin Mills;
Highest Cash PrJo Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE, f
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. !
The Largest Variety Stock
1 1ST THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU to CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth streotl fiiil'ft Til ;
Commercial Avenue I "
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. J1ROHH. 1'r.aident. I N R"vv,f ft0"'"1
IT. WKLlS, Cmhlur. T. J. Kerth, Aaa t cfmh
Peter Neff..... .' J "lf'"
CM Oatrloh ,' wi,.tl0r
v A. Hmlnr H. Wells.,.. 1
j, V. Clomnon, Ciledoula.
A UBNKRAl BANKING BU9INUHS DONE.
EichnnRe sold and bought. Intorott paid It
tha Nlun Popartmant. Golltotloni madt and
all buatnea promptly attended to.