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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1383.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ot'Kicit: so. 7a oiiio levee.
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T1UNM1UN TUHiiUUIITUB MAILS AT SEC
OND C1.AB8 11ATK8.
UfinuiAb I'AfkHuy CITV ANO COCKTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiffn in trii column, eiK'U cunta per line for
triil mt Ovu cent. per On ech uqaent Inter
Mn. fur ouu wick. HO corns per line. Kor one
motiih, IX) cruu pur Hue.
Just received, two can choice E. Rose
Michigan potatoes S. E. Wilson,
tit 77 Ohio Ltvec.
For lame Uv.k, Stlu or Cheat use
Hhi.oh's Porous Piaster. Price 25 cents.
Taul G. Schuh, agent. (5)
Time and Expense Saved.
Hard workers lire butject to folioius at
tacks w hich tuny end in danjrtrous illness.
Parker's Uin-rer Tonic keeps the kidneys
hi) i J liver Hctive, and by preventing tlie at
tack save sickness, time and expense. De
To The West.
There are a number oi routes leading to
the ahi.ve-meutioned section, nut the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Miss mn Purine Railway Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Stint Louis to Kansas City, Leaveu-
worth, A'rhiwn, bt. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman p.ilace Sleeping Car of the very
fit est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas, Colorado, ew Mexico and Cal
lfirnia coauoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection Is made with the
Overland train tor California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of this
liiiH. which will be mailed freo.
C. B. Kr.iNAN, F. Chandler,
Ass't Uen'l Pass. Agcut. Uen'l Pass Agent.
Ely's Cream Bilm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I have been afflic
ted over ten years, alter trying almost every
r-jmpdy recoujiueiided, none having proved
soeffcciive and thorough. S. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Hoots and Shoes, 143
Federal St., 13 iston, Mica.
To all wl),) nre sufFuring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, I'iss of mauliood, Ac, I
wiil send a recipe that wilier revolt, fuee
op ciuiior. This great remedy was
discovered by a m.uifcter in South America.
Send a sell-iiddrensvd envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Lnma.n, Station !., New York
Bbeweu Rns., Monmouth, say:"We
can always ssy a good word for Brown's
Over 230,000 Howe scale have been sold,
ami the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot bo said of thusver
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dearoues, never neg
lecting a single duty iu their behalf. When
they are availed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Gittura are the only
suie remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. 8uld by Harry W.Schuh. (4)
A General Stawpude.
Never was such a rush made for any
Drug Storo as is now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trbl bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons affected with Asthma, Bron
chilis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and Lungs, can get
a Irial bottle of this great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
See a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sp'tur's Port Gnpe wine is made,
that is s.) highly esteem! by the medical
profewion, for tha use of invalid, weakly
person and the a'ed. Sold by druggists.
O - . .. t . ,
norerji-a. lener, rueuin, e'C, are
cured by LimNey's Blood Searcher
Sold by all druggists. Never ftils.
Hhiloli Cough and Coiitumpliun Cure
is sold ly us fit a guarantee. It cures con
simiptiou. Paul 0. ix'buh, agent. (0)
You can keep yi.ur hair abundant and
glos-y, and retain its youthful color, with
ranter s unr liaisaiii.
New Blacksmith Shop.
now horse shooing shop has been open
en oy Mr. v J'.iwers o.i Tuutti street. All
manner of black on thing ami wagon work
dona to or ler. K-p lirin ' work a Kiwmialtv.
uoru uone promptly. tf
Having purchased the akerv ot J
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
win ann 10111 strums, 1 prepareij to offer to
the public at all times fresh broad, cake
&e. of the best quality at tint lowest pi ices
lo tin loiina in tlie city. Call and see urn
13-lS-tr Jacob Latskh.
Cottage For Sale.
I offT my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East ride, at a bargain. Ap
ply no premises or of mo atN-w York
Store. M. 8. Leftcovitcu
Enarlo.es ami Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and ono saw mill complete
Mnell, or exclian re for lumber by Cub
Bros., Dongola, Ills.
Two furnished rooms for rent. ply
to Mrs. 8. Williamson.. . 7t
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice la then eoiumn. ten cent per Mb
ri iarttno end whether marked or not, If ealcu.
Med to toward any mail's bualnets interest are
The S!iawatieu News has not missed ao
issue during the flood.
Mr. O. Ilaythorn left yesterday for the
cast to puicbase spring goods.
The usual prayer meeting will bo bld
at the Presbyterian church to-night.
Monday morning a girl bahy was
aided to the family of Mr. R. Hebaacker.
Mr. A. C. Bartleson, of Villa Ridge
was a guest at The Ualliday yesterday.
A theatrical troupe known as the
Williams combination disbanded in this
Oil at O. D. Wililiamson's.
The New York Herald's subscription
to the flood sufferers has so far ro ached
ovor twenty thousand dollars.
Boating by moonlight on the lake will
probably be ono ot the inedns of pleasure
for Cairo's young people for several week
Rheumatism has prostrated Mr. Jco,
Sackberger for over a month. He was un-
able to move hand or foot duriag the
whole time until yesterday.
The remains of Mrs. Jane Clancy were
interred at Villa RidjeyesterJay afternoon.
Services in St Patrick's church were large
Schoolchildren will fjnd Thk Bclle-
tis scratch-books Nos. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy stare. tf
Wiggins, the weather prophet, is still
receiving no end ot abuse because bis
ninth of February storm did not come to
A Spaniard named Hispftuiola is in
the city seeking a location for a bailor
thop. He is an educated man, able to speak
Spanish, French, Italiai and Eoglish.
Ou the 15th of the present month I
will commence making out the copy of the
delinquent list for the printer. Those who
have failed to piy their txs should come
to the office immediately.
Jons Hodges, Sheriff.
Mrs. S. Williamson left this morning
for St. Louis and Chicago to lay in a large
and elegant line of spring goods. She in
vites her customers to call and examine ber
ce goods already on exhibition.
The rivers continue to fall at nearly
all points ah v ?.. At this point a fall of
one foot wss reported by 8ergeant Ray, for
the twenty-four hours ending st 2 o'clock
Mr. Richard Jonei has bought out the
saloon stock and fixtures of Mr.Eckenberg,
at the corner of E ghth street and Commer
cial avenue, and will run the businew there
Some of our exchanges speak of a
swindler who is canvassing throughout the
country, and who is selling a harness at
tachment, the price of which is $9. He
takes a note for the amount, which turns
up at the bank for eighty dollars.
An exchange says temperance orators
along the Ohio river will do well to avoid
eulogizing water for several months to
come; that the poetry kind o' soaks out of
water after it has stood six feet deep on the
parlor floor for a week.
During the month of February eighty.
four arrests were made by the officers of
this city. For intoxication, twenty-five; for
disorderly conduct, thirty-six; for carrying
concealed weapons, three; for vagrancy,
hve; for larceny, three; for sundry minor of
The Mound City people bad some
trouble with musk rats in their fitrnt
agaiutt the flood. The animals made their
homes in the levee by hundreds, and were
driven forth by the water and killed by the
watchers and workers on the levees. The
Patriot says great damage was done to f!ie
back levee by these ugly little birds.
Because of the absence of Judges Baker
aad Wall. tho term i,( ttm
appellate court, which was to
have opened at Mt. Vernon a ww
ago, was a lj mrned over until next Tues
day. Judgo Biker disposed of nearly all
matter brought Ivfore him in circuit court
here, excepting the case of Ned vs. Smyth,
which he has still under advisement.
Heavy rains were report I by yester
day afternoon's bulletin, from Chattan ga,
Memphis and Nashville and lighter rains
from Pittsburg, Louisville and Cincinnati.
At Cairo the fall was .15 of an inch. The
thermometer was very variod, from four
teen above zero at Bismarck to sixty-five at
Vicksburg, but north and west was gener
Mr. Freeman has the machinery fi r
continuing the work ou Mr. Kline's well
all ready on the ground and is now only
waiting ior ary weaiher to begin the work
lt fi, Ff.il. r .li ..a.. 1 1 M . . .
w .vising inn iwu uuuureti loet ot jupg
down to a depth perhaps twice two hundred
feet. Water obtained from the well Mon
day by Mr. Freeman was of a fine duality
for drinking purposes, clear, free from odor,
or anj peculiarity that might make it un
pleasant to the taste.
-Wo will have a late spring this year in
so fir as vegetables are concerned. The
doodhas torn up hot-bods, destroyed fen
ces and delayed farm work generally.
Messrs. George and Wm. De Colder were
in town a few days ago and they report
that, tho water has not drowned them
ntlf tint )itrin a. . 0 .. ,
j "..ufc ivii hdhuiu uoors 01 tueir
stables and barns and residences, but it is
all over the ground to a depth of about two
feet and thus prevonts thorn from preparing
the ground for seeding. This is the case
with several fino farms in the county, and
while it is a temporary disadvantage it Is
said by some to bo a benefit to tho land,
making it more fertile and easier to work.
An error occurred in the Paducah dis
patch concerning tho re-election of Mayor
Reed there, published'in yesterday's Bul
letin. The dispatch should have read :
'Was elected by majority of ono hundred ;
sixteen hundred twenty-four votos catd."
Instead of this, a misplaced semicolon
mado it read, "Was electod by majority of
one hundred six'eon; hundred twenty-four
votes cast." It will be admitted that the
e-iror was excusable.
Sorgeaut W. II. Ray' weather report
for February gives the following interest
ing facts about the weather: Highrst tem
pera! ure 74 on the I6tb; lowest, 12 on the
5th. The prevailing direction of the wind
was north; highest velocity 88 miles per
hour on the 10th and 24th. The total rain
fall was 8 52 inches, against 10.14 in
4.02 in '81, 5.01 in "82, 2 03 in 79, 1.04 in
'78.0.25 in '77, 2.31 in TO, 2.17 iu '75,
7.38 in '74. 0.63 in '73. 2.26 in '72. The
river stood at 52 feet 2 inches on the 26:h
Thesipe water around the Singer works
larks fully three feet of being up to the
mark made by it last year, and it will very
likely not reach that mark at all this year
But Mr. Oakley md Mr. Carver have taken
steps to prtvi-nt its interfe'ance with the
works, even if it should rise .to its firmer
level. They have plastered the walls of the
buildings inside and outside, have already
put one cyphoo pump in operation and wiil
provide more in case it shall prove neces
sary. I hey hwe determined, to &ht the
water out of their buildincs if it shall
ihreatheo them and there is little daub? of
their ability to do so.
A civil caso of soma importance has
occupied the court of Magistra'e Comings
for two days back. The patties to it are
Wm. El'iott and Jqj. Hodges as sheriff.
TLe latter levied on stock in pwensiori of
oce nail, in Missouri, to satisfy a claim for
fees against said Hill, held by Circuit
Clerk Irvin. Mr. E liot claims the stock is
not Hall's, but bis, and sues for a writ ot
replevin. It is a jury trial ; twelve witness
es bad been examined yesterday, and pend
ing the argument upon the ques'ion of ad
mitting the fe)-bill in evidence, as a ja ige
raent upon which an execution m'ght issu,
the case was continued oc til this mornirg
at 9 o'clock. The at'orneys in the css3 sre
Messrs. Mulkey & L-ek for the defence
and Messrs. Gre-.a & Gllb-rt fur the com
plainant. Some of ths revlers of The BrLLEtr
will perhaps still harts t'.C'Mv.Uoa of
the reported suicid s of a Chinaman, some
distance belo this ci'j, aut six m-io'hs
ago. The affur create! some stir Ler for
wbilf, principally because of tbe wild
and vane l nature o! the nmors afl rat con
cerning it and because of the irarys;bi ity
of finding any satisfactory foundation f :
them. But it turned out to be, io the main,
a hisx aid thtt is where people here have
been content to have it. But it sms that
tho dead Chinaman has been traveling over
tha country at a lively rate, for yeterdiy
Postmaster Murphy received a letter from
New York, asking for a copy ot "the Ca ro
paper contaioiug sn accouut of the killing
of a Chinaman" in this city. The letter is
from Mr. Dmiel Elward Ryan, "Designer
on Garments; Founder and Conductor Em
eritus of 'The Anwican Tailor,' fashion
journal; Author of "Human Proportions in
Growth,' 'Science of Measurement,' 'The
Master Art,' & C. & C, P. O. Address Sta
tion A, New Ynrk City. Manufactory, 418
Broom s'reet; office hours, 9 to 12 and
t) 5." The gentleman gives no hint in his
letter as to what he wants with the peper,
but it is only reasonable to guess that he
intends to use to Cairos prejudice, in which
case ha shall chew the cud of bitter diaip
pointmnt, for the correct account will be
the exact contrary of what he would have
it to be.
Mr. James Hutton, general agent of
the Charlottfj Thompson troupe, was at The
Ualliday and completed arrangements fir
the appearance ot the company at tho
Opera House here on the 12:h inst. Tho
N:w York Times gives Miss Thompson the
following complimentary notice: "The
Windsor theatre was wollflllud last evening
with an appreciative and enthusiastic au
dience, who saw, apparently enjoyed, and
liberally applauded "The New Jaae Ero."
Miss Charlotte Thompson appeared in the
title role, and played the character as viva
ciously and entertairingly as ever. The
plsy is new only in tho elimination of some
of the verbiage of tho dialogue and the in
troduction of soma low comedy business in
its place. All of tho salient points, scenes,
and incidents of the original dramatization
are retained, and to these is added In tho
third act a conflict betwoen Jano Eyto and
tho maniac who sets fire to Lord R iches
tor's dwelling. By tho rewriting tho star
is given additional opportunities to hold the
tge, and this is in uo way detrimental to
the story, and is but a trifling degree to the
othar characters. Mr. Charles G. Craig
was a dignified Richester. Little Clara
Thiopp as Adrtlu showed herself a very
clever child actrens not a painfully moral
doomcd-to-die-carly child, but a bright,
happy little one, suuh as on Ql,i ,mt of
books and in actual life. Miss Thompson
wm the recipient of a half-dozen very hand
some floral pieces during the evening. The
play will be repeated every evening during
the week and at matinees on Wednesday
To put it briefly, the entertainment of
tho Library Association, at the Methodist
church last night, wss a very nice affair.
It was a free entertainment and the church
was comfortably filled with people, though
the weather was disagreeable. The pro
gramme as published comprised exercises
of a high order, by persons of acknowledged
ability, and it is hardly necessary to say
that is execution, though with some chang
es, was attended by the audience with
much pleasure, from the beginning to its
cloxc. The entertainment opened with a
vocal duct beautifully rendered by Miss
Mamie Corliss and Mr. Crowell. Mrs. II.
II. Candee's annual address was interesting
in matter and in manner. A sweet little
poem by Miss Mary McKee, entitled "The
Vanished Year," was nicely real by M ss
Bettie Kojsemeyer, Miss McKee being too
seriously indisposed to read it herself.
Prof. Clark read a paper relating to the
Public Library, in which he advanced some
thoughts, the force of which must have
been felt by every mind. He considered
the public library as one of the most im
portant and powerful civilizing agencies,
taking up the work of educating the rising
generation where the public schools kit
off. Ha paid a well deserved complement
to the ladies who founded the L'brary as
sociation here and who had labored with
so much success. His paper was listened
to with marked interest by all. Miss Mary
Whitacre recited "After the Bittle" to tho
evident pleasure of the audience. "An
swers," a v ksI solo by Mrr. Ltnsdon, the
trio by Miss Annie Pitcher, Prof. Clark
an-i Mr. Metealf, and subsequently another
solo by tin? firmer, were gems of muse and
and the mention of the names of the sing
ers wiil be a sufficient guarantee to all who
know them, that the execution was al ve
criticism. But one ot the rineat feature id
tlie e3tett".inmnt, it any distinction r be
mad-, wi the annual pieoi by Mis.
George, displaying that riehoes' of thought
and gnce of expression peculiar to all this
laly'a productions. The entertainment
wis a decided success, though th-'ra
wss some disappoint because of tlm ab
sence of Mr. W. P. Ualliday, who with
t A .1 .1
Annie ntciier, was to nave sung a
duet. The entertainment closed at 10:30
o'clock and everybody must have goro
home in a most agreeable frame ot mind
ai 1 with new impulses for good.
Mast L'mdon ladies crop thi ir hair short
and wear ar, aim ht entire wig, and CO"
queutly catch cold more frequently thau
th-ir American cousins, but of cu-a. t'ley
alt use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The following letter explains itself, and
a.s i tem wny a "country nsepaer can
n jt take the despatches, kep a staff ot re
porters aod editors, bwme metrop ilitm in
style an 1 live on air:
4.ur fia'Jetla Cairo, III ;
Deab Sir In answer to your applica
tion I beg to say that we can furnish you
with an afternoon report from S Lou's fur
1 1 0 p'.-r week, our charges, aad $35 per
;' Western Union tells.
We should alo expert you to supply us
w:th all local news of importance.
Wm, HesBT Smith, Mgr.
It will bo seen that for an afternoon re
port no better, if as good, as that now re
ceived from the Western Press Association,
stereotyped ready to go in the forms on the
arrival of the express at lees cost than the
Associated Press ask for the report alone,
they want $195 00 per month. Riilroads,
steamboats and telegraph lines all discrim
inated, apparently, against Cairo. No other
papr in Illinois pays more than $75.00 for
both afternoon and night reports, and as
th'Jafternoon is rated at one-third the total
for both, it would look as if the rate W
Cairo papers would be nearly six hundred
dollars per month. Add to the associate
press charges, an extra editor an 1 proof
reader, two or three extra compositors and,
verily, the life ol the Cairo paper that takes
full despatches would bo of few days and
lull of trouble.
Tbj Hon. Peter Bowe Is sheriff of the
City and County of New York. Recently
in conversation with one of our reporters,
Mr. Bowe proclaimed the following fact:
"I consider St. Jacobs Oil an excellent
remedy, and one that ouuht certainly to find
its wnv into every household. Mrs. Howe
'vas has a bottle of it there, and r.mki a a
family remedy of it." New Ymk Evwong
THE Y. M. C. A. WORK.
During the rnst few weeks the question
of opening freo reading room, under the
uu.s,jiu;s ol the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation, has been Imforo tho public. The
high water and other causes here delayed
actioii in regard to it until now, There can
be no question in rogard to the importance
of this movement and the bimoflls which
will accruo to all, especially M tho young
men of our city; nearly all within fuel the
need of a quiet place to spend their kUuro
hours. The managers of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, knowing the value of institu
tions nf this kiud in othnr cities, utid feel
ing the, necessity of doing something for
their employes in this city, have, through
the corporation of tho executive committee
of tho Y. M. C. A. of tho states, placed a
gentlemen in this field to assist in estab
lishing and carrying on tho work for young
mon with a view of making it a permanent
institution. This ageut will neod the
hoarty co-operation of the. good people of
this city to make tho work a success, which
LADIES, ATTENTION !
You now have the opportunity to make now nnd
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
and other articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HAJSTDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WARRANTED capable of coloring more in
quantity and better in quality than any other dyes
that have been offered. Price: 15c. per package; 2
tor2oc. Try them and you will he delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
74. Oliio Lstres and
Cor. 8th St. $t Wash. Ave.
STU ATS POPULAR aod RELIABLE CASH OUT GOODS HOUSE
and Misses' School and Dress
every last from "B" to "
You will find it to your
One of the ah )ve carts, xpedal make,
cnaranteed. f,r n.tle, to-day, 935.00 at
The Uulletiu ofllce.
wo feel conti ieat he will have, when the
aim and ol jjet of his mission is fully un
derstood. Next Sunday evening a Union Mating
will be held in the M. K. church, when
this sulj'ict will bo presented to our people
hy Mr. F. A. Hatch, (rcneral secretary of
Y. M. C. A. at Kansas City. Mr. 9. C. King,
railroad secretary at Eist St. Louis, and
Prof. I), li. I'arkinsoo, of Carbondale, are
also e xpt'ctc i to be present. On Monday
evening a meeting will be bold in the lec
ture room of tho Uiptist church fir organi
zation. There will also bo a gofpl meeting for
railroid men and a'l others who desire to
attend Sunday afternoon at 4:30; the place
to b announced hereafter. Mr. S. C. King,
railroad secretary at Eist Sr. Liuis, will
take charge of this nincting.
Mr. Kin( uses the blackboard in Illustrat
ing his subjects, and his unique illustra
tions will nut fail to interest all. We trust
there will bo a full attendance of all classes
of our citterns at thce meetings and that
they will give tho subject tho attrition and
support it dusutvi's.
V) is olT.-rcil by Cairo Lodg, No. 437,
A. I' & A. M., for tlit! ncovi ry and deliv
ery hero of tho body of James M.E Iwards,
who was drowned nt this place Friday even
liitf, M irc.h 2n i. IIvl a lare scr on right
cheek, ctfuct of a scull.
tf Apply to M. Foss, W. M.
RIVEU AND IIARBOKBILL.
DtKKATKU IS TUB SKNATK EKFBOTt 0 ITS
Wakiunoton, March (J.The defeat of
the river nml harbor bill will have more
serious rMHts than many p"rsns have sup
posed. Most of the great worksof national
importaure now In progress in various parts
Of the country will be auspended fur nearly
ono year alter the 30th of m xt June. Mil
lions of dollars worth of plant and material
will lie u n ii ied an I exposed to injury and
loss for many months. According to the
estimates of tho chief of engineers, the
work on nearly all the important harbors
on the Atlantic coast will havo to cease af
ter Juao DO. This list will iucluds the
srreat work of removing obstructions in
East river and II 1 1 Oate, and othnr works
In the vicinity of Niw York city. Nearly
all tho work on tho Mississippi river above
Cairo will cuaso after tho date mentioned,
and less than nno million dollars will be
loft for tho work of tho commission below
Tha defeat of the river and harbor bill
was the deliberate action ot the Republican
members of the senate commerce commit
Our "KENSINGTON POLISH
continues as popular as ever;
and our Stock of Spring Slmes
is now nearly compu te, a large
invoice having been received Sut
urday, and consists of Children's
Shoes, and Ladies Shoes on
interest to buy Shoes from
litw aJivlr nsEM jcnts.
Notlcr la tt.l coiaiuu il:re or )- 'n. ii
I ot Insertion of $1.'W p r we-k.
tUlt HAI. ft. tli'lK (... Ill l'flf. . Ml. Oil
WrrM nl Wrrnt U.U t lli Kulirua
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fffftilfp. Kf p'tlcnlr aip t a; Ha l'ln of.ru.
jx$ n. tnnu.
tntttrt a. tu rn.
Grand Central Store.
CAIKO. - ILL,.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
GOLOSTINE & ROSENWATER,
,MluViur.r( Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Una of allths Intcat. ncw.-.t colors
lint qnallty. and tet manufiti turn,
( tAHPKT DKPAUTMEXtV
nndf Drnsnl, Tapestries, Inrainn, Oil
Clothing anil Gents' Furnishing
This tVpartmnn. occnplm a full Bo-r sn1
I complete Iu all tvniue.'. (Jtxid r
gnarantood ol latent ftvltj and hurt mv
Bottom PrlcPi and First-rlasg Goods t
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