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iDAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1882.
Mayor N, B. Thistlewood-
Trcui'ur"f T. J. Kerth.
Clfk-Jtnnls. J, Foley.
Count)lor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marli)-L. U. Meyers,
oahii or a.uhmi
first Wsrd Wm.MclIole. T. M. Klmbrongk.
riecond Ward- Jeese lliukle, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward B. K, Make, John Wood,
fourth Ward Charles O. Fatter, Adoiph Bwo-
Ktftb Ward-T. W. Halllday. Ernest B. Pattlt.
Circuit Judge U. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. U. Irvtn.
County Judge R. S Vocum.
County Clerk S. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M . Oamrrm.
Comity Treasurcr-Mtlee W. Parker,
ribctlrr lohu llodgos.
Coroner K. Klwgerald .
County Coramlmoucra T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Olbbs aud I'etur naup.
CVA1KO IHPTIsr. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
; street; preaching ttrst and ttitrd .Sundays lu
earn tnuutli, 11 a. m. and 7:W p. m. : prayoi meet
loi;TB'ir.Uy,7:p. ni ; Sunday achool. :J ism
Kuv. A. .1. 11 ESS Pastor.
tUCUCU OF THK KKDKEMKK (Kaltcopa')
L' Poiirfwiitb street; Hnuday 7:la tn.. Holy
E'l.uarUi; 9;l a. m., Sunday s'hool; U :0J a.m.,
Morulng Prayers; :) p. m.. Evening t Myers, r.
p. Diiveui orl, 3. T. B. Hector.
i-n::vr MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCa.
V 'r.-.-iliJK at n-.,3p. m., and 7:S0 p. tn.
'alitu-'i school at 7;So p. m Rev. r. J. Shores,
II TilKliAN -Thirteenth street; servlte Hab
j t,aiti 1 ;.i0 . ru ; Sunday achool 2 p.m. Rev.
MK I'lloDlST-Cur. Blrfhtb and Walnut streets,
1'recvrbtiiK Sabbath ll:no.. m. aud7:V) p.m.
r-euday b..noo!t a:(K) p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarretl,
I )hrBYTKRI AN Eighth street; preacnhut on
1 t-ahbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mwiine Wedneada at 7:Mp. m ; 8nody Scheol
ititp.ro. Rev B. V. Geore, paator.
SI .IHSRI'H S -iKoinan Catholic) Corner Croaa
aud Waiiiiit streets; service Sabbath 10:SOa.
jr.; Sunday School at a p. m.; Vesper 3 p. m. ; serried-
every day at 8 a. m. Key. O'llara, rrieat.
C-T PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner NJnU
O n'reet and Washington avenne; service Bab
oaib B and 10 a. m.; Vesper i p. m. ; Bonday School
p. m. tctvVsei swry day at a.m. Bet. Masterson
K. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TMtnrHT. than ARKrya.
Mail .. 8:05 a.m I tMall :,c-m
Acrnin'datlonJ 1:10 a.m Bnm! 11:10 a.m
7Eij,r' 8:60 p.m AccomdatUm..4:l5 pm
C. St. L.4 N. O. R. B. (Jaekeou Route).
'Mail 4:.myllan.l.-... ... 4 30p.ni
Kinross...... 10:K)a m tKxprei 10:80am
tAc'modallon S'tOp m
ST. L. C R. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Expres-.. 8:15 a.m I BxprvM 4:3 P-tn
Accom'datlun. 1 :00 p.ro I Accota'datlou 11 :40 a.m
ST. L . I.M. . K. R.
tExpress ll:30p.m tBxprcia. 2:0 P
WABASU, 8T. LOCIS A PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mnll A K .... 6:'0 vm Mall 4 Ex.... D'iO p m
tAccora'datlon i'A P-m 1 1 Accom'datlon 11:10 a.m
Ually except Sunday, j t IallJ '
MOBILE OHIOB. R!
Mail -..5:55 a, m. Mail.......9:10 p. m.
JLLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and 0iiioet
St. Louis and Clucago.
The Onlv JLine ltunainc;
0 DAILY TRAINS
O Prom Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Arriving In 81. Koula 1:46 a.m.; Chicago, 8 :30p.m.;
ConnectVng at Odin and Brongham for Cfncln
natl, Loulavllle, lndiaaapolia and polnlf Kaat.
ll:li K.m. Wt. IiOuia and "tt'eatern
Irrlvlngln St. Louii7:05p. m., aud connecting
(or all point Vet.
:i:RO p.m. Fiwat Kxproia
lor St. Louli and Chicago, axrivinir, atBt. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chlcago7;J0 a m.
I :DO p.m. Cincinnati Kxprwa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LouiavUle d:t
a.m.; Indlauapolla 4:0S a.m. Pamengera by
tli in train reach the above polnta lii to 3J
UoUKS in advance of au other route.
l"rTl! 9:!W) n. m.
Bl.KKPINO CAR Cal
in rinrlnnatl. without.
change, and through aleepen to 8t. Louli and
Fut Time Kant.
Il,iaaflnirnt.u hT tul lln8 (to'h'0,18n to Kail.
rAS9eilK6rS ern polnta without any delay
canned by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
morning at 10:5. Thirty U hour in advance of
y other route, , , ,
Mf-Por through ticket and further information,
apply at Illtuoi Central Railroad D pot, Cairo.
v J. H. JONKS, Ticket Agent.
A, II. HANSON, Geo. ram. Agont. Chicago
EOUQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Spoctal attention paid to the HomoopMhlc treat
mnt of (urglcal dlna, and dleie of women
Ofllcoi On Hth itretit, oppoilte thoPotOmcn,
U. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFflCK-BlgHtk Street, near Oomtr ercial Avenne
. jyt. K W. WDITLOCK,
Omoa-'No, 1M Commrcll Avnn, ttwo
kl'i and Ninth UtreeU
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruit, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hate gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, Otc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo..
almef L.pail T.Ht Dr. Prie'. frm Bakltf
ftmit, Or. PrlM1. (,'alqu farfura.
WE MAKE NO SECOND C Ft A DC COODSe
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1E11 6c CO..
3or. Nineteenth etreetl PairA Til
Conimerclal Avenue f JallV 111
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN A8 FOLLOWS.
OMANDAPTIB MOXOIT, OCTOBER tl,
Exnre.iand Mail leave Cairo. everv day except
Su'iriay, at8:l5 a m. Arrlv .a at East St. Louli at
8:20 p. to Arrive at Cairo at 4: p. m.
Accummoaation arrives at it :tu a. m. aou ua
part at l:u0 p. m.
EW HORE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened
on 9th meet. between Commercial and Washing
ton avee , naviuy gtTcu iui. dubiuo. uij uy,m,
Over Twentv Years
I fel condient I can give perfect satisfaction. I
have not only given my attentloa to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
hut have made the eon.trictlon of the fool and
limb a stnly also, which entb1 me to lit my
shoe properly and In o doing relievo tn horse
irom a great aeai ot injury iaai ue wuuiu vii.tr
wl be tubjoctto. ,
Hoping bv strict attention to baolness and fair
dealing to receive a liberal ha-e of the public pat
ronage. Your Kepect. JOHN MoCLKLLAN.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
(1. anil afrit) MnnHiltf. .Tnlv il. anil until further
n.d ii,. rurrvhniit rhmH Statu will runaa noar
a potslbleon tue following ttmo table:
MAVIS LIAVVS LIAVM
Foot Fourth t. Mistourl Land'g. Kentnckj Ld g.
6:30 a. m.
1:00 p, m,
7:00 a. m.
7:3" a. m.
3:00 p. in.
LOIVB urni. ..ww.w
Foot Fourth it. Keulnrky Ld'g. Mtourl Land g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 0:10 p.m.
On last trlpleavlng Konlnckv I ending at 4 :80o'clock
p. tn., the noat will go to Birds Point, making con
nection with T. k St, L. pasonger train for Cairo.
Flmtrlp at (1:30 a. m. leaving Oalro, Will connect
with T. A St. L. train loavlng Cairo.
O O A. Jj
D Stoves D
No. 27 D 8th St.
B Tinware. B
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNING
9:30 A. M. November 27, im.
November. December. Jannary.
Pork . 1R mi $ ie 11
Wheat 0 M H
Corn en ri M
Oats ' 37Vi 3:Si oi'A
Pork 1 116 80 )1 70 fin ""54
Wheat MM MV&H
Corn . BTJi fMsWt 68V,
Ofttl VA 14
U 80 P. M.
Pork Vis 8 V, mi n tin 87Vi
Wheat 94 D.'HU
Corn 7 t9 fSTi
Uats Si 35 AH
Wheat-21 9 carl.
Corn-638 cars. O0,"00 buihel Canal.
NEW YORK, NOV 84, 1881
Wheat No. Cntcaeo, $1 0811 " No 2 K. W.
Si 09)1 10)j. No. UUoruH0a$1.04
W. F. Lamrdin, river editor of I'm Hui.i.etim
and steambou paitsener aeut, Ordur for all
kind of ateamboat Job printing .llcituil. Otllcu
at Bower' European Hotol, No. 7i Ohio lovee.
STAGES OF THK H1VKR.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at this port, 10 feet and
11 inches and falling.
rittsburg, Nov. 266 p. m River 1 foat
10 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 266 p. in. River 8
feet 10 inches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 266 p. in. River 5
feet 7 inches and falling.
Nashville, Nov. 266 p.m. River 2 feet
11 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Nov. 25-6 p.m. River lOfeet
8 inches and stationery.
Sullivan the wonderful, shoulder-striker,
baa killed the giant blacksmith and LaH
The R. R. Springer from Cincinnati re
ceived liberally at Louisville and will-re-port
here Wednesday for New Orleans
The Clinton from Memphis arrived yes
terday evening at 4 o'clock. Had a good
trip and departed for St. Louis at i :30
The Andy Baum from Cincinnati is due
Wednesday for Memphis. See W. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent, and get your
The Jas. W, Gaff arrived here yesterday at
8 a. m. She received and discharged con
siderably freight and got 90 deckers for
Memphis. , Left at 11:30 a.m.
uo uoMen Kuie trom New Orleana
passed up veaterdav mnm; draw
ing 8 feet with a lighter in tow. She will
likely have some trouble getting through
The Mary Houston arrived here Saturday
night at 10 o'clock. She . had about 600
tons, but Capt. W. P. Wright her freiht
agent her managed to fill her out. She
left for New Orleans Bt 9 o'clock last
The handsome high-headed packet, Hen
ry A. Tyler, leaves this eveuing at 4 o'clock
for Osceola. Shippers, get your freight
ready and give the Tyler a lift. Capt. W.
J. Turner is in command and Lcm Hill at
" MY PARTNER.
Mempbl Appeal, Nov. 2Hb,
Last night Bartly Campbell's wull-kuown
play, My Partner, was produced at Leu
brie'a theatre before a very good audience.
It is true that Aldrich and Parsloe do not
appear with this company, but the piny
certainly docs not perceptibly lose any
thing from their absence. It is not neces
sary to repeat the story of the drama. Siuce
the retirement of tho Danites Dartloy
Campbell's play has been the only one that
has heldce own in popular favor. It cer
tainly contains strong and thrilling situa
tions, sad though it has a little of that un
savory element which marks all of Camp
bell's plays, it is, on the whole, a very
creditable production of an American
talent. The company at presout playing at
Leubrie's, while open to criticism in minor
details, give an excellent presentation of
My Partner. Mr. George W. Thompson in,
in many respects, superior to Mr. Aldiich
in the pait of "Joo Saunders." Ho plays it
with Ioes exaggeration, and with a some
what finer touch. "Sauudors," is a rugged,
hearty, western type, and his peculiarities
of pronounciation should not bo made un
duly prominopt. Mr. Thompsou gives an
almost faultless interpretation of tho char
actor. Distress After Eating,
the result of indigestion, will no longer be
experienced if a half tabloipoonful of Sim
mons Liver Regulator Is taken after each
meal. It. Issued a good digester, ami so
mild and pleasant in its effects, that it is
used by many after a hearty meal to ensuro
good digestion. Tho Regulator does not
nauseate or irritate tho stomach, is purely
vegetable, and can bo taken 'n any condi
tion of the system, and, unlik any other
unknown modicluo, whon its usn is discon
tinued, th lyitsm is not left constipated.
The Cairo Public Library will be open
houctiforth beginning with this evening
on Tuesday evening from 7 to 0 o'clock,
and on Thursday, and Saturday nfternoons
from 3 to 9 o'clock. The libraiy v 111 not be
open oa legal hollidays aud vi;l therefore
be closed on Thanksgiving Day. All
persons desiring tho privileges of tie library
will be required to secure a guarantor for
thoir responsibility printed blanks being
furnished at the library or to deposit the
sum of two dollars, as security tor the safe
return of books. No exceptions will be
made to this rule.
Mrs. II. II. Candee
Secretary of the Board of Directors.
-' Tr onfi for Farm Building
' Tlio London liviUUr &uys tiiul tho
German government has on several oe
i;.,i'iiini pointed out to farmers nml oth
ers interested in agriculture that too
"rent an expenditure of capital on
buildings is a mistake. With n view of
illustrating the application of this prin
ciple of economyto rooling, The f'ofojuc
HaziUc points out that the system of
u.ing tar for rooting purposes is at tho
same timo economical and suitable for
agricultural buildings. Tho framework
of the roof can bo of relatively slight
construction on account of the nature of
tho covering it is intended to support,
aud the porpoiidioular height of tho
roof can bo one-eighth to ouo-tentb of
the entire depth of the building. The
distance of tho rafters in arranged ac
cording to thu width of the covering
material, the scale being that from tho
niiddlo of one rafter to the middle of
another, the distance should be
inches less- than the width of tar rooting
Immediately upon the rafters come
boards, and upon these (exactly in the
center of the separate rafters) are placed
Ftrong; laths, about 2 inches wide and
inches thick, the upper edges being
taken oil". The rooting sheets are now
placed so as to cover the spaces between
the laths, and nailed. Over the laths
are placed strips of paper, 5 inches to 6
inches wide, fastened with nails at in
tervals of 2 inches.
In order to make thu sheets lie
smoothly upon the boarding it is sug
gested, in case they are too dry, to soft
eu them by immersion itj water. It is
recommended that the workman should
not wear heavy-nailed boots, and also
that if the rain comes on, the roof
should not be walked upon immediately
after. When the entire surface of the
roof is covered with sheets, the strips of
naper (or thus) Blreadv named. s-r;ll
as the joints, are painted overwn,) a
hot mixture of coal tar and pulverized
lime. Pure, dry sand is at once sprink
led over this coating, and particular
care must be taken that all the nail
heads are well coverod. When the paint
is dry the whole surface of tho rels
once more coated with the sn-0 njlx
hire, anl is sanded. , . . .
The object of thi- method of
overlaying the,,'-0' Wltb J,eV0,ra . 00!i.t
. ;ially-prepared solutions is
. Reserve in the tar those oleaginous
and fatty properties which it soon loses
if exposed to the air, and the retention
of which is an indispensable condition
of its resistance to water. Clay aud
sand do not afford sufficient protection,
and they are removed by violent winds.
Reference is made to various systems
of coating the tar roof with tirotoctive
substances, for the purpose indicated.
One of tho most successful method
consists of a mixture of cowdung and
thic, white, lime, which is spreao over
the entire surface of tho roof. If such a
coating is not applied the tar paint
must, during the first four years, be an
nually renewed, which enhances the
cost of the roof. If the last named pro
tective composition is used, and renew
ed every two years, the coating of tar
and lime can no dispensed with. Par
ticular mention is, however, made of a
coating of tar mixed with Portland ce
ment, the tar being well heated and
ii.M-d in the proportion of 111 pounds to
.'00 pound of cement. The mixture
ultoiild bo kept well stirred during tho
preparation, and should bo applied as
soon as mailt1. This particular method
has been tried in many eases in Ger
many, and, according to the journal
quoted from, its satisfactory results
have caused it adoption upon a scale
of progressive importance.
Dodfiuh Balls or Death,
There was a singular ease up for trial
in tho justice's emn t tho other day at
Sawtooth. Tho question to be decided
by the justice waswhethcr a restaurant
keeper is justiliod in shooting a man for
refusing to cat his codfish balls. Tho
judgo tif tho law and justice decided
yes. The case was as follows: Tho pro
prietor of a Sawtooth rostaurnnt placed
a plate of codlish-halls on tho table of a
voting man. find a regular boarder, who
liad seated himself for a grub. The
boarder was calmly nml peacefully stow
ing away the victuals, but didn't take in
nnv of tho codllsh balls.
The restaurunt-keeper approached
him, and said in a commanding tone of
voice: "You cat thum codfish balls."
"I don't like codfish balls," replied the
"You cat them codfish balls, I toll
"I toll you I won't; I don't like 'em."
"I tell you once more to eat them
codfish balm. If you don't I'll sIk ot
you;" and the rest aurant-kecper started
for his pistol. Tho boarder saw he had
to do one of thron things cat tho cod
fish balls, refuse again and bo tilled with
leaden bullets, or skip. He skipped.
Just as bis coat-tail was vanishing out
nt tho door tho lrato restaurant-keeper
blazed away, but missed him. The
boarder had him arrested. The justice,
in his dignity, decided thnt the propri
etor of ahnsh-houNO wm perfectly justl
flnbln In shooting at a boarder wltn In
tent to kill for refusing to eat his codfish
Daniel WebBter'i Only Poem.
Webster, It Is ald, during his whnlo lltorarjr
llfo, wrote lint ono poom. and thHt was upon
the dontb. of his infant son. This son WM born
on Bumnr street, in Ilomon, IH10. 81, 1HW, and
died In ItRootnber, 1W4. The poom has not ap
pnrod In print for aomo years. It boars thin
LINKS OK CHARLES' DEATH.
My son, thou wuot my hpart'i delight:
Thy mom of llfo wus gay and eboory;
That morn ha rushed to sudden night;
Tby father's hoiuo I sad and dreary.
I held thoo on my knee, my son,
And kisxofl thoo laughing, kissed thee
But, ah I thy little llfo Is done;
Tbou'rt with tby angel slater sleeping.
The staff on which my year should lean
Is broken ere those years came o'er me;
" My funeral rites tbou sbould'st have seen,
But tbou art In the grave before m.
Thnu ralsest to mo no flllni stone,
No parent's grave with tears boholdost;
Thou art my ancestor, my son,
Audstanat'St Inbuavoti s account the oldest
On earth my lot was soonest cant,
Thy (feneration after mtno:
Thou bunt tby predecessor' purt
EatlitM- ctemtty Is thine.
I should have sot before tblno eyes
The road to heaven, and suowod It clear;
Dut thou, untaught, spring'st to the skies,
And leav'st tby teacher learning horo.
Sweet seraph, I would learn of thee,
And hasten to jmrtnko thy bliss;
And, ah, to thy world welcome mo
As erst I welcomed tboe to this I
Tby fntbt-r. I beheld thee born,
And led thy tottering stens, wltb care;
Ili'fore me risnn to heBven s bright morn,
My sou, my lather, guide mo tnnrol
Fifty Thousand Dollar Checks as Wedding
Ono of tho old veterans of Wall street
was the other day giving some fatherly
advice to one of his clerks, about to be
married, and in closing his Rennon be
"Directly after tho ceremony thero
will bo a banquet, of course. When
your wifo turus her plate sho will find
a check for tifty thousand dollars under
"Do you really think so?"
"Oh, I know it. That's the prevailing
stylo now-a-days. The check will be
passed around and finally given to you
"And next day I will draw the money
"Oh, no, vou won't."
"Because there wou't bo any to draw.
Don't make a dolt of yourself by rush
ing to the bank."
"But I thought" ;
"No matter what you thought. Save
the check to frame and hang up. When
I was married thirty years ago my wife
found one under her plate. I've got it
yet. I thought too much of her father
to mortify his feelings and 1 know he
has always respected me for it. That's
ftil, 11 SOU. i. JVU IMU ......... Ufe. JVM.
bridal tour telegraph me."
Mh. Fritz Miller, of Columbia, Ills.,
sbj'8: "I havo been cured of a distressing
case of dyspepsia by the use ot Brown's
If bilious, or suffering frm impurity of
blond, or weak lungs and tear consumption
(scrofulous disease of the lungs), take Dr,
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" and
it will cure you. By druggists.
JifMake your old things look like new
by uVm r ' P-imond Dyes, and you will
be happy. Any of the fashionable colors
lor 10 cents.
Humanity's great hope for the future is
alone to bo realized in improved conditions
of matrimcay. What a profound obliga
tion does this fact involve f Thoto who
realize the responsibility can hardly do bet
ter than take advice from Mrs. Lydia Pink
ham wlmse wondorful remedies for the
cure of all diseases peculiar to women aro
so justly celebrated. Send for pamphlet.
V "Magnificent promises sometimes end
in paltry performances." A magnificient
exception to this is found iu Kidney-Wort
wnicli invariably performs even more cures
than it promises. Here is a singlo instance :
"Mother has recovered," wroto an Illinois
girl to her relatives. "She took bitters for
a long timo but without an good. Bo when
she heard of the virtures of Kidney-Wort
she got a box and it has completely cured
er liver complaint."
FLOUR GRAIN AND HAY
' ''' ' 1 " -
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HlghPHt Cuh Price Paid for Wheat.
rpilK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO UVKB.
A (ietieral Bunking business
T 1 r DM. V. 1 1 A IiI,I HAY,
JHTB Kl'KIHK 8AVINI1 BANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCM'SIVKLY A SAVINGS BASK.
mux. y. UAIil-tlJAY,
no longer from Dyspep
bla, Indigestion, want of
lafk of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never falls to cure
all these diseases.
Boston, November 6, iBSt.
Brown Ciiimical Co.
Gentlemen : Kor year I hav
- been ngTMUufferet from Dyspepsia,
and could get no relief (having tried
everything wliich was recommend
ed) until, acting on the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Bhowii'i Ikon Bitter, I tried a
bottle, with most surprising results.
Previous to taking Brown' I son
UiTTiKS, everything I ate distressed
me, and 1 suffered greatly from a
burning sensation in the stomach,
which was unbearable. Since tak
ing Brown's Ihon Bittsss, all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable re
sults. 1 am practically another
person. Mrs. W. J, Flvhm.
30 Maverick St., E. Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, etc. The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Drugglata.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that sit Iron Bitters are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATION&
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BROSS. President. P. NflFF, VlcePres'nt
H. WKLlS, Cuehlcr. I T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
F. Broia Cairo I William Kiute. .Cairo
Peer Ned" " William Wolf..,. '
CM Osterloh " O. O. Patler .
E.A. Buder II. Well '
J. Y.Clem'on, Caledonia.
AOE.NKRAI-BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Sxcbsnge sold and bought. Interest paid It
tho Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
: Refrigerator Oars,
.Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
. , ' (IKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
(tor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
JAMES KELC1I& CO.
ll. T. OEttOULD AND
0. P. N E W L A N D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DEIVK WlCLLS, FORCK iVD
lift pumps i'urmishkd and put
up in a workmanlike
MANNF.Tt, (IAS FIX
TURES Of all kind furnished to order, o'd Attn res re-
bronsud;ohlng promptly attended to. Orders
received at uauioi Mariman' or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETU AND TENTH 8TBEIT8,
OAIUO . . . - ILL).