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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
1CA1K0, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MOBNING,, FEBRUARY 9, im.
Vtnyiir N. B. Thietlewood.
Truiiirr T J. Keith.
CI.rklKnnta. J, l'oley.
Couusetor--Wu. B. Gilbert.
lumbal 11. .
BOA HI) Of iLDIhUi
Klrtl Ward-Wot. Mc Hal. T. M. Klmbrouch.
aowtid Ward-Jereu Hiukle.C. N. HngUee.
Third Ward B. P, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charlee O. Ptler, Adoipn bwo-
10r-d.ri't. Ward- T. W. HalUdey. Brnret B. Petttt.
C 1 t.u it JnrtuB U. J. Bute r.
( wail (.'If rk A. li. Irvm.
Couuiy Judije K. b ocuin.
County t'lr-!. J. Humm.
i:unty Atiorney J. M.
Couuty Treaeurer-SMee W. l'ark-r.
kIkhIii loUu HodiW.
iJornuer-K. FIUirald u.111.1.. j a
County Onraml-eionere-T. W. Uallldr., 4. A
Ulnt.. and Paler Haup- .
CAIUD BAl'THT. -Corner Talh ."'l Z0"1'
. ,Uut priaeMiig Ireland Wti urt.y. I
, iuur.d.y. t : p. m. ; -ud m "Wt
pucm u Of TOE SD"EKEUXly
L Fourteenth atwet; Sunday 7f "., '
Ku.-barl:; : . 8uud.y i-.hool ; '1 .OJ A.m..
H. .v.;opurt. . T. B. Kef fi.
.MUST MISStO.NARV BAPTIST CHUKCa.
V I'r. AThli.it t Ml:) A. n... I P- J '
l.r.ti, school t 7UKJ p. b h. T. J. hnre,
a w ,
a I IIIKKAN-Tbirwentb .trt; Jf
hbxhl ::vj a. m . ; 8nndy eohool a p m. Rev .
ent.'l". V"' "
Preaching fi.bb.th A:W A. a. WP''
Minda. ftcooui l P. m. K J-
IihR-llVTERUS -UlKntb itreet; pw-aentng on
,.-.mi WeJiimdAT t 70 p.m.; Sunday School
t 3 p. la. v v
f JuSKPII S -,R..men Catholic) rornei Uoea
JVd Walnut street: eervlc m 0 W .
n.; buuda fccbool Alip. m.; W-pers P m.. ear
1r) d.yAtA.in. ltev. O'UBrA. ITlenU
PATttK'K'H BotuAO t'Atboltc) Corner NJntb
.imoi u.d rt'AiiitiiKtoo Ateooe; rrtc Sao
oi t fndM A.m.; VnpenEp. m.; Sio4y Bchool
m. "rrtce. eery diy .1 S A.m. Bet. MMtrou
It. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS cKSniAL K. R.
;.u H.ojt.mltMtil .-f.f-S
tAc)m dtton.tl:li A.m ExoreM
(EiprtM J:50p m I AccnmdAtlo..4.l5 p.m
C. ST. L. A N. 0. R. B. (Jkoo Rjiite).
MaM 4:4-1 .m I Mall .. .. 4:lp ro
Kipr'eM 10:m0 a m I taiprert 10:DW A o
tAc'modatloa J Wp.m I
bT. L. 4 C. R. R. (Narrow Oanje )
Erpr. S:15a.m MBipr.M.. 4: p.m
Accom datlon. I 0 p.m I Aom dattun 11 .40 m
T.L . IM H. R aM
Kxpren 10:30p.tn tKiprem... S:tf o m
WABASH. 8T. LOl!IS PALlPIC R'T CO.
VaII Ki.... 5:iO vtn I Mall Ki. ... p.m
a.Mom'datloa 4:0 p.m ccoai,datlon loiwla m
Fribt ..7:44 a m. Fr"lttbt P-M-
lily eicepl Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO R. B.
Mail J:iS a. m. I MaI1....:10 p. m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Hunnint?
O DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
ArrMnalD .LouU9:45t.m.s ChleR0.8:Mp.m.
Connect ft At Odtn And KiWbAm for Cfnclif
Bail, b livllle, IndlAnapohi and polnti Kaat.
11:1 i .m. St. Louis n4 Witrn
Ar.i.ininBt.LonIa7:05p. m., and eoouectlot
for AlFpotnta Weat.
or8t. Loula and ChlcAKp, Arriving At 8t. Louli
i)M p.m., Ana wdiciku
i ,n finntnnivti ExDriM.
Arrivins at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lounfllle A:.'
Am.; IndlanApolll 4:()o A.m. Paienira by
tbia train reach the above point 1U to Jti
UuURS lu advance of auy other route.
- ... h.. Pirt t uak
bLEKPIMO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati witho it
chaiiKea, ana mrouga .mnj.ct. ....
Fast Time East.
I., ihl. linn snthrouirb to Kant
rdSSCllSjerS n polnta without ny dlay
noon train from Cairo arrive! In new Yo-k Monday
nnrnl n at 10 :SJ. Thl rty ilx hour In advance of
f ether route. . . , . ..
alf-Kor through, ticket and further Information,
Mily Atll moll auirai nniir.-,
11 T J. a. JON BS, Tlr.Mt Agent.
A. H. IIAN90N, Oen. Pam, Aent. CUlcatro
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. H.
TRAINS RUN A8 FOLLOWU
0!ti0rTR MOHDiT, OOfOBItA 21.
Rmrnf .nil Mull Cairo. everv day rxrept
Hiioday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv, at Kasl Ht. Loula at
8:Mp.m Arrlrwaat Cairo at 4:p. m.
Accommodation irrlvua at 11:40 A. ra. and do
part, at Imki p. m.
JKV YORK 8T0RE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
G00P9 SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EH tte CO..
o'J!lAir Cairo 111
Natural Fruit flavors.
Prepared from thi choicest Fruits, with'
out coloring. poitonous oils, acids or artific
ial Emnces. Always ;rifcrm in itrsrith,
without on adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, suptrior strength and qua I
it. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, e.
" MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L. and Bt. Louia, Mo.,
Btnf Lai.li. Trut firm: ttr. Frio. Wa Baklaf
rnH ut I'r. frir'. tal.. rwf...
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE CO ADS.
JKW ria AS0 OVsTSH DEPOT.
Ilavlngnow perfe'tel ra a'rir.ecmenU to
apply the tnde with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can JTow OiT.t as FoIIhwh: Oysters
Taken From the She 1 Hero Fretib
as From the Gulf.
Da-oa Cook - ..Sl M per 100
rt invt l f
" H.'ino 7S "
Or.tera in b lk 6) "
Oyilera itaadnda In can. SO "
Red Snapper H'c. per lb
Sbeep Head, &c - " ''
Shrlm i. Lohit -i Crs. and T'iMle a'l Ip faaon
LIBEIiit, DISCOUNT TO TH 4 Tit AUK.
QEOROE U. LEACH. M. D.
Phvrticiaa and Surjreon.
SDei-.lal ttdntlon DM to the HoBeon'hlc treat
at' nt of .urirtcal dioaee, and diiiaei of women
t)fflc.: un 14tb .treet, oppoalte the Poet once,
JR. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'OB. ELK0TRO-VAPOR mo MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
H W. O. JOCFLYN,
OKFICR -Kithtk Street, near Comtierctal Ataudi
R. K W. WHITLOCK,
Umoi-No. 13 Commercial Avenue, between
D Stoves . JO
1ST . N
S Tinware. B
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CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY flY CnA8. CUSSING-
B:30 A. M, February R, lrS.
tYbruury. Alaich. i Aurll. Alay.
Pork.-... I 117 7rT I
Wheat... I li IIIHI1 VlVt
Corn.... m I 5 bv,, I 60
ut... . I 8W I 4'"
1:8) P. M.
Fiibiuiry. j alaich. April. lay.
Pork ... I 18 f4$IB 21
'rt b. at.. I Wy, 1 i SX 114
1,7 . IVH
Oatl 41 X
W P. M.
P.hruarv. Mi.rtb I April. JHay.
Pork.... 17 91 l"ft) " V) j
Wheat.. Mli 10l! 107S 11SH
Con.... yt m
(Jan.... 3s, 89 8W 4m
5 ChKtfro, Februarj 8, 183J
I'rrn 1 .7 IT
Oati ",8 , . , .,
W. 9 :,BDijf. r? editor or t'di llPLt.XTi"
and teanhun (iv.eitflr annt. Urrtera for til
klnonif utevnhnM Jon priut I ntc .ohrlted. Oftke
At Bower' KaruiiBAii Uot.:l. No. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OP THE KIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge lat
evening at this port, 31 feet and 7
inches aud fining.
Cincinnati, Feb. 86 p. m. River 63
feet 10 inches sod risiDL'.
Pittsburgh, Feb. e 0 p.m River 22 feet
10 inches and rising.
Louisville, Feb. 86 p. m. River 24
feet 5 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 8-0 p.ui. River 82 feet
1 inch and rising.
St. Louis, Feb. 8-6 p. m. River 0 feet
7 inches and falliu'.
The Gus Fowler frtn Pvlucah will re
port hereon time this attirnoon, connuctiu"
with trains going north, south, east and
west. Leaving here on her return trip at
5 p. m.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans
landed here yesterday morning at 7 o'clock.
She was heavily loaded, had as one item
about 500 tons f Itsl'uu marble for the
Queen city. S'je left at 7 :8l) a.m.
The City of Providence got bteum yester
dfly and was towing the Anchor line boats
which have been laylug up here over to
Eaat Caiio in order to get them out of tbe
drift and ice. .
The Henry A. Tyler left here y 8terdny
at 1 p.m. for Osceola and she had a trip
which made old Capt. Turner "smile a
The Mardi Gras at New Orleans is re
ported as being a complete failure in conse
quence of baJ westhur.
The John A. Soudder will letve here to
morrow night or Sanday moruin for New
Orleans with a big trip.
The Morgan, rattler, will land here to
morrow morning on ber way to Cincinnati.
She hails from New Orleans.
The fast steamer Ohio which is now one
of the Cincinnati and Memphis packots is
due here to-morrow for Memphis.
The Paris C. Brown, Captain Alex. Hal
liday master, is due here to-morrow for
The Jas. W. Oaff passed down for Mem
phis Wednesday midnight with a One
trip. The Will Kyle left here yesterday morn
ing at 8 o'clock loaded flat for New Or
leans. Business on the wharf was good yester
day and the day throughout very pleas
ant. The Ohio is on a regular swell river at
Cincinnati, 52 feet 10 inches and rising.
The Vint Shinklo from Memphis is due
here to morrow evening for Cincinnati.
Tbe Thos. Sherlock left New Orleans
Wustaesday evening fir Cincinnati,
The Will S. Hays is bolow Uj.'Uiphis on
her way to New Orleans loaded flat.
A Very Frovoking Toll Parrot.
In one of the prettiest streets in West
Philadelphia is a pretty girl who is the
owner of a bright ntni 'talkative poll
parrot. A few mornings since the lady
stood at he window drinking in the
pure, crisp air. Pollv's cngo stood in
the same embrasure, nut the lace cur
tain made it scarcely distinguishable
from the outside. On the opposite side
of the street saimt'v.'od two young bloods
enjoying thoirufter-bronkfast cigarettes.
Admiring glances were cast towards
that window and that pretty girl, wheu
suddenly they were startled by a clear,
"Good morning, gentlemen!" They
lad not seen the rosy lips move, but of
courso it was tho divinity" who had
spoken; no ono else was 'about. The
youth saw the opening to a delightful
flirtation, and were just considering tho
next move when t he voice spoke again i
this time, "Wouldn't you like to kiss
mo, gentlemen P" fell upon their aston
lshoaeurs. Wouldn't they, though, and
busty strides wcro being made In the
direction of the charming face and
winning voice, when tho ltidy hastily
drew aside tho curtain, disclosing mis
chievous Polly lu her gorgeous cage,
who continuea to call alter tho disap-
Sointed youths as they disappeared
own the street, "Wou't yon kiss meP
I do; hA-ha-ual"
. ' GLEANINGS.
The amount of wood consumed in the
United Stales in tho census year 1R80,
was 140,537,'43i cords; value, 30G,,J.r)0,.
The Washington Mouument will stop
this season at 842 feet. And this Is tho
difference between it and the average
Washington politician, for he stops at
0. Boston Transcript.
Richard Busteed, of Brooklyn, has
asked the New York Central Park Com
misnioners for the privilege of inclosing
tho Egyptian obelisk in a glass case, a
means of preserving it.
The old mansion built by Oen. Philip
Schuyler in 1760 upon Clinton street,
Albany, is oiierea for sale m the expecta
tion that It will bo replaced by a build
ing for business purposes.
England in 1880 end 1881, under an
adulteration act, refused to permit 80,-
C0O Dackasres of tea to be landed. Most
of it was shipped to this country, henco
'gut tea sipres. ' .,
. A thrua-ytkr-Oid child, corn in Arkan
sas, has three distinct tongues. She alsc
has a well-defined snake mark, extend
ing from the middle of her back up over
the shoulder blade and almost to the
elbow. The young one seems to suffer
no inconvenience from her three
tongues, but cannot talk quite so well as
can other children of her age.
The local option law of Man-land has
a provision reouiring a physician to
write in ink all his prescriptions for
liquor and to record tliem fully for the
Inspection of the State Attorney. The
total abstinence people have begun to
enforce this, and a doctor is under six
indictments in a test case. Ha had
given prescription to all his friends who
asked for them.
The princely way in which Long Isl
and City teacners are salaried is illus
trated by the following Item, taken from
the proceedings of tie school hoard;
"Miss Emma Locke was promoted to
the position of acting principal of the
Second Ward School and her salary in
creased to $450." And even this pit
tance is only on paper. The teachers
have not been paid In money for six
One day last week Judge Greer, of
Oglethorpe, Ga., heard a loud call from
the street. "What do you wish?" ask
ed the Judge of a young man who sat
in a buggy, a pretty girl being by his
side. "Please marrv us," said the
vouth. "Shall I?" inauired the oflicia .
looking at the girl. "Yes," she said,
and the lovers were married as tnev sat
in the buggy. After the couple had rid
den away, the girl's father drove hur
riedly up, to swear at empty air.
The following recipe for the . manu
facture of whisky was, in the most
solemn earnest, made the text of a tem
perance lecture in Washington recenty:
Five barrels half full of water; one
barrel of molasses; one water bucket,
or two and a half gallons of brewer's
yeastr one bar of common laundry soa'p;
one pound of washing soda one bucket
of wood ashes; two. ounces or Jalap,
Hong Ah Duck, a Chinese murderer
at San Rafael, Cal., anticipated his
hanging with the utmost satisfaction
a.) 1.1. ii .
ue impiorea tne juage to nx an euriy
day for the execution, believing that af
ter death lie would be in purgatory for
a period of not less than one year nor
more than twenty, curing which period
he would be able to return to the earth
aud torment his enemies. This doctrine
caused him to look forward with so
much pleasure to his death thut he at
tomnted suicide, and when taken to the
scallold literally jumped for joy.
That portion of tho report of the exe
cutive committeo of the New York
Prison Association, which refers to the
Kingi County Penitentiary, reads like
Charlei Reade's "Never Too Late to
Mond." The contract system is in
operation in the worst form. The con
victs and five laborers work together,
young girls being seated at the' aame
table with ' tho convict women, and
prisoners who are suspected of being
coucerned iu attempts to escape are con
fined iu an underground dungeon ot
solid masonry, totally dark aud cold,
with the object of extorting from tlieu a
oonfpesiou of their implication.
Miss Chamberlain, upon whom has
lighted for the preseut. the somewhat
burdensome title of "The Beautiful
American," U spending the winter very
quietly at Cannes with nor mother. Her
quiet and gentle manners lmvo made
her a great favorite with the elderly
English ladies who fivqucnt. that exclu
sive little town. She received a great
deal of kind attention from the ladies of
tho royal family before leaving London,
aud attended severnl ollicial ceremonies
in tho suite of the Princess of Wales.
A writer in the HosUm Hcrahl claims
that tho star of Bet hleheni will reap
posr in 1W7. The general belief is that
this star is the one which blazed out in
the constellation of Cassiopeia in tho
In the time of Tycho Urahe, in 1.07'.
This remarkable ("tar reached tiio bril
lianey of Jupiter, and then .slowly faded
to invUibilitv: Its reappearance is
merely conjectural. Tho character of
the forces nt work to produce this re
marknblo display nre a mystery. The
spectroscope, had it been' Invented at
the time, might have thrown some light
on me manor, it i impossible to eu
mate tho forces required (o make such
a iigiii nt the dust a rep of the fixed stars.
Scoffers niako merry over the par
tiality shown by Uostonlans for baked
beans. The Advertiser patiently bears
uio utilise, Having Deeome so haljlluiued
to it that it knows all the jokes which
can possibly bo made on tho subject.
"Instead of retaliating," says this Jour
nal, "wo send our favorite viand broad
cast over tho world. Wo do not laugh,
as wo might, ut tho Southerner for his
eccentric habit of eating terrapin. Po
liteness has hitherto forbidden our re
marking that the Western men keep all
their tender chicken grouso for homo
consumption, sending us only tho old,
tough hens, just before thov dio of old
age. The fact Is, that, while the rest of
the country has been making fun of us,
we have been forcing them to eat our
diali at our price."
7- W r ... J TV 1 tm fT
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Store Tliront, Snplllnir.. ftpi-nlne, UrulafA,
llui'ii. NpiiIiU. I'ramt lltlv.,
till ill, Otllk.lt lUlllll.V I'llMl Kit stilts.
Sot! tJ Urmnf , kii.i p..i.r, ,..rt.iicp. Ml; tun . Uiua
Hrivtt.4li In II t.MiM.CM.
THE II WMF" A. llHiKI.KBOO. '
(l.nmii. a vitun oo. Milium, d C.a. a.
Eow Tlfy Work it in Chicago.
The boy had come home to spend tho
holidays, and the old man thought it
was a good time to gratify Us curiosity
about speculation. 1 '
"Thomas," ho brgan, Tvo read a
good deal about speculating In wheat;
how do they work it in Chicago?"
"Well, father, suppose you bad a
"I won't do it! t never had that ranch
money at one time In my life, and nev
er expect to!"
"W ell suppose you feel pretty , sure
that wheat will go up ten cents per
bushel before harvest.
"I won't 'spoae no such thing. I
don't 'spose It 11 go over four centi."
"Then you may go on the theory
that Europe has all the wheat the
wants, and prices will drop seven or
eight cents in the next six months."
"I shan't do no such thing! I don't
believe wheat will go down even two
"Well suppose von buy a thousand
bushels for June delivery!"
"Tl.tm.'iH, you're a fool! What on
airth do you suppose I want with one
thonsHOil bushels of wheat!"
"Then you can sell a thousand ior
"I can, eh! I've got about forty
bushels in the granarv, nd I can sell a
thon?and, cnu I? I did hope you'd
learn something down there, bull see
you run all to red neekiies and stand
up collars. You can go out 8nd au
yourself while I take a smoke."
Strict hygiene, ttpploiuciitod by the
wisdom of such phtsidmis, does much
for tho girls who will be women in ten
years. School life has uot always em
bodied hygienne nor taiuht them
physiology. International lk view.
Bbili h' Vitaliinr s tehatyou need for Con
stipatiou, Los of Appetite, D rzinest and
all syniptujiiB oDs()0)sia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G, Schuh,
agent. (7; '
A GENTLEMAN iniu Orwell, Pa., called
my atieutmn to E ys' Crenni Balm as a
remedy lor Catarrh, Ihy Fever, &o. He
was so earliest in asserting it to be a pod
live cure (himself having been cured by
il) t hut I purehnsud a slock. The Biltn
Ims Hlreaiiv effected a numberof cures. P.
F. Hyatt, M D., Burdentown, N. J.
The best and cheapest car "starter is
sold bv il ' i. Vleck & Co., St. Louis.
Mo. Willi u ouo man can move a loaded
A Cough. Cold or sore Throat
should be stopped. jNeglect frequentl re
sults :n an Incurable Lung discnse or con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syr jps
and balsams, but act directly un tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give rolief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coutths, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakors are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommendod by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. , Having beon
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, thty have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 2.1 cents a
JlXIl'B Sewogel, 819 Rebecca St , Chica
ko, III., says: "Brown's Inn Bitters re
tiered my strength when suffering from
Highest Prize Port Wiue.
The best wine iu the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spjer's Port Grape Wine, wh cli has N).
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine aud his I1. J. Brandy
are now being used by physicinnu every
where, who rely upon them as bring tho
nurest to bo had. It is unsuruHsauti for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
ihe Fifth Avi'uue Society m an evening so
cial wmo. For onio iiy Paul g dcucii.
I nD euflored from Catarrh for ten
ye urn; tho paiu would bo so severe that I
wits oolltted to fend for a doctor. I bad
etitin ly lost oetise of smell. Elys' Cream
Balm has worked a mirscle. C. S. Hal
lets, Binghaiupton,N. Y.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure.
Paul G. Schuh, sgent. (8;
re afflT- v-'i-fJ
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
ore tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Manafleld, Ohio, Nov. , tSSi,
Gentlemen : I have itifTcred with
pun In my tide and back, and great
eoreneaa oa my breait, with atioot- '
Ingpaina all through my body, at
tended withreatweakneii, deprea.
ion of apirits. and lose of appe
tite. I have taken aevera different
medicine, and wai treated by prom
inent phyiiciane for my liver, kid
neys, and spleen , but 1 Rot no relief.
I thought I would try Crown'a Iron
Bitter ; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
In aide and back all gone oreneu
all out of my bruit, and 1 have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
atrength and flesh. It can juitlybe
called thiiKq tatdutmt .
JoMM K, AUINDIK.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
, pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
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Oar Loads a Specialty.
Onr. Twelfth Strwt and Levee,
OA 1.40. ILLINOIS.
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received at Danlul Hi tinan'e or at the abop,
COMMRKCUL AVEUB BETWBRN
SISBTa AND TEril STKKBTS,
c.vino .... ham.
Shop on Ha'lldar Avenn". between K.inrlh and
Sixth street., Cairo, llllnola.
tWAII klndi r I (rlil and heavy hi ick.mlthlnj,
wagon and rarr'age wjrk donn in the mo.twoik
manlike manner. H irtie-.hoeliig a specialty and
PLOUP- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Klfkclt Cash PrlM Paid f"T WkettU