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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 8 !!?8.
THE DAILY PfJLLETIK
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urKiviAL tAMHor Cm ANU CUUHTV
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
hotuo. lu tni eoUmn, oiKiit eont pr Una for
frKtawlnva cenu per line eeco eunsnquennu.or
Mou. Kiir una wi.k. 30 cent uerlloe. Kor one
tuoniU, ikl cone par line.
Just received, two car. choice E. Rose
Midiicou potatoes. 8. E. Wilson,
At 77 Ohio Ltvue.
For Inns B :k, Si Jo or Chest use
Blii oh' Porous Piaster. Trice 23 cents.
Paul 0. Scuuh, Hjjent. (5)
To The West.
There are a oumlit rot routes leading to
the shove-mentioned section, but the dirtvt
and reliable nuie is via Stint Lnuii mid
nvrr ihu Mits url Pacific Kail ay. Two
truins dnily are run from thii Ornud Union
iVp Bunt Louis to K msaa Cny, Lo-iveu-wot
tli, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman F dace Sleeping Cars of the very
fires' imike are mNi-hed to ill trains.
At K uia City Union Depot, pissengers
for Kiusif, Colorado, New Mexico snd CM
ifrnia cooucct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
fx;irei. trams for Kansas and Nebraska
At O.nalit, connection is made with the
Overland train for Cilifurnia.
This line oilers to parties eoroute to the
West and -Northwest, not only fust time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, hs it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri snd Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets. &C, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KtKSAK, F. CitASDI.ER,
.Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Oun'l Pass Agent.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youih, nervous weak
nens, early decay, loss of manhood, &R., 1
will send a recipe that will crvou, fuke
or CHAitoR. This great remedy wa
discovered (y a minister in South America.
Send a gtlt-addresBed envelope to the Rev
Jobkth T. Ixman, Station D., New York
Pure Coo LivkkOil tiitde from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Ciswell, Ilaztrd
fc Co, New Y rk. It is hbi"lutely pure
aud swiet. Patients who have ones taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided It superior to any of the other oils
Chapped Hands, Face, pimples, snd
roujfli skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Pimp, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co
New York. (2)
Happy homes and suiiling faces are in
vsri i Lil v tlio result of wise parents constant
ly keeping ''Sjlltr's CouU Syrup" on hind.
can always say a
Monmouth, say: "We
good word for Brown's
Over 250,001) Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Bordea, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
I'm to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thever
faithful w ile and mother, constantly watch
Inn and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lucling a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
Btoinat h and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Biturs are the only
suie remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Srhuh. (4)
A General Starapele.
Is ever was such a rush made ior any
Drug Store as i now at Hany W. Schuh's,
for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
AH persma affected with Asthma, Bron
chilis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
alfection of the Throat and Lonus, can get
atrial bottle of thi great remedy free, by
calling at above Drug Store. (4)
dee a woman in another column near
8p fer's VWyw1, picking grapes from
which Sp-cr's Port Unpe wioa is made,
tiint is so hiL'hly esteem id by the medical
profeion, for thu uso of invalids weakly
pjn ins and the aged. Sold ty druggists
Sijiloli's Cough and Consumption Cuie
is sold by tis on a cuirantee. It cures con-.
HUiupli'-U. Paul (J. ih:IiiiIi, seent. (6)
New Hlacksmitli shop.
A niw horsH sluicing shop haB been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
ui inner of hi ick-iii thing and wagon work
dune to order. It -p tiring work a specialty.
Work done pr mipilv. tf
Ihving pure.linsuil the hakery ot J.
Antliiny.oi Witstlilnt'ton avenue but ween
Dill ami 10 h Btn-ets, i prepared to offer to
the public Ht all tiini-s fresh bread, c ilo'B,
of the oest quality at thy lowent piices
to In found in tlio city. Call and see tnu.
12-12 tf Jacob Lathe.
Cottage For Sale.
I oiT r my cnugi next to the
corner ot 21at aud Poplar streets,
East hide, ut a bariain. Ap
ply nu premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. 8. Lkktohvitch.
Kuirit.ca aul 8aw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
trtsull, or ex ihaire for lumber by Cuhl
Uros., Piingols, HI.
Two furnish) d Moms for rent. Apply
to Mrs. S. Williamson. "t
$.10 is offered by Cairo Lodge, No. 237,
A. F. & A. M. for the recovery snd dellv
try hio of the body of Junes ME (wards,
who was drowned at this plaeu Friday even
lug, M tre.h 2nd. II td a largo scar on right
chunk, effocJ Of a scald.
If , X M. Fosl, W. M.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcee In these eoiomne, ten ndu par Una,
rh nrilnn anil whether marked or not, If calcu.
Med to f.iwa-d any man business tuturest ar
always paid for.
Cooking Oil at O. D. Willliamson's.
Mrs. Frank Oaligbm returned Tuesday
from a visit to friends and relatives in
Miss Mary Flanoy, sister of Mrs.
Tinkle, is coming this week to make her
borne permanently in C tiro.
You will find The Bulletin dis
patches of this morning in the Republican
To close a consignment, a lot of 50
bbls. spples will be sold at auction this
day at 11 o'clock at storo of R. W. Miller,
Ilsrdy's dancing-class will meet this
(Rursdaj) evening, instead of Friday, on
account of the Miqmrade ball to be given
at Wellington Hill Mou Jay niglit.
Schoolchildren will mid Tub Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Pail Saup's candy BtDre. tf
-Tha wholes tla grocery firm of Fisher
& PHXtno, Paiucth; made an assignment
Mondny. Their liitbi.ities are understood
to be large.
Mews. Smith & Brinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, li ave received theirspririgstock, coin
prising all the latest novelties in their line,
and will sell at the lowest figures and guar
Remember the Masquerade ball given
by John Scheel's at his hall next Tuesday
night. Prepare your suits; there will be
no high water to postpone it. Tickets at
Taher I3ro's.jewelry store, 50c, and Bupper
23cmt3. A good tima expected.
Mr. Fred. Kiehlcr has opened a
butcher shop on Commercial avenue near
Tcnticth street, in the Winter building.
lie will keep the best the market affirds as
he has always done before and invites
the public to come and see him. It
Mr. Morgan, who has for Bomo time
been clerk on one of the wha'f boats, has ac
cepted the positi n of express messenger for
the Southern Express company, and will
make his first trio this morning. His
''run" is between here and Mobile and he
will be in Ciiro twice per week.
F. M. Thomas, deputy sliuriff, and W.
C. Phelps, constable, of Pope county, came
down on the steamer Fowler from Golcon-
da, III., yr-terdy enroute to the
iosnna asylum at Anna, III.,
with James Llonscr aljuli'ed insane.
llouser is 43 years old and in good health
and became as wild as Much bare at Pa
ducah where they missed connection and re
o.uirod police help to control him, causing
Now that the director of the mint has
sent foith just as many millions of the new
nickel as will command a premium from
curiosity hunters, Secretary Folger has or-
iered that the futurecoinageof nickels shall
bear the word "cents," according to law.
The things afloat are sold for seven cents
each, all over the country. Next week the
quotation will be a dime, ojveral hun
dred ot these new nickels havo found their
ways to this city, into the hands f different
citizens, wliojtill now doubtless hold them
at a large premium.
Several days ago the Egyptian mills were
shut dowo for the purpose of making some
important and extensive improvements in
the entire running gear of the mills
changing the old m tchiaery for new of the
latest improved pattern. Roller mills will
take the places of six of thi present run of
stone, wh'cb, it is claimed, will enable the
mills to pro-line a much liner grade of flour
generally, This change will of course ne
cessitate changes in the othor machinery
and will call for a he ivy expenditure of
money, but the proprietors have weighed
theso Ihiugs wull and are satisfied th d "the
end will justify the moms."
A pleasant littlo party gathered at the
resi lence of Mr. W. A. Drips, No. 7, Bouth
251 street, St. Liuis, Tuesday evening.
The attraction, and it never fails to attract,
was ilin marriage of Mr. Odes Bijattie, a
New Orleans gentleman in business in St,
Louis, and Mrs. Ma R. James, sister of
Mrs. Burnm tt and Mrs. Drips. Dr. Brooks,
Presbyterian minister of a St. Louis
ciiurch, olQcUtud. Tlio sfftir was very
quint, only a few personal friends and relit
lives of the brele and groom being pres
ont. Mrs, James' m my fritnls In Cairo
will J tin thu Tub Bulletin in wishing the
couple a long, a prosperous and a happy
-A negro namod Charles Graham wns
"transfer contractor" for some parties who
brought large quantities of lumber here by
barge, to bu transferred to cars at this point
and sent to St. L uts. Ho hired about
twenty men of different colors and nationali
ties Thursday, to unload two barges at a
point a little above the elevator. Tha men
worked lustily until Saturday night when
they were all paid in full, which gave them
confidence in their employer, Monday they
all wuut to work again and finisliinl the job
Tuesday evening, when Graham paid some
of them, but told ten or twelve of them to
be oo band yeatorday mornlag and he would
pay thorn. The ten or twelve were oa
hand yesterday morning but Graham was
not. Graham had packed up his little fur
nitutu and with his wife had gone to Wick
lilfd during the night before, lio collected
about fifty dollars from the Illinois Ceutral
company on Tuesday, with which to pay
hisjnen, but took the larger portion of it
with bira to Wicklitld. Tlio men he de
frauded say lie owes them a total of about
twenty-five dollars, ranging from soventy
five cents up to three and a half dollars.
They were much agitated yesterday and
threatened to pursue and mob him. They
did telegraph to WicklitTu to have him ar
rested by officers there; but concluded af
terwards not to go to the expense of having
biin brought back, and let the matter drop.
Council proceedings appear elsewhere
in this ibsuo. Some portions of them will
prove interesting reading for most people,
as they give the amount expended by the
city in its recent fight with the flood. The
claims on this account were nearly all pre
sented and aggregate about two thoussnd
ono hundred and fifty or sixty dollars.
From Comptroller Foley's report it ap
pears that last year a epecial levee fund of
fifteen thousand d dlars was set asid'?, of
which f t2,2D0 43 was then expended, leav
ing a balance of only $.',603 58, which
much more than covers the amouut ex
pended this yesr, exceeding such amount
by not less thin four hundred dollsis.
Verily, the city of Cairo gained a glorious
victory cheaply this year.
The cssa of Wm. Elliott vs. Juo.
Hodges, sheriff, cime to a temporary con
clusion in Mtgistratu Coinings court yes
terday evening. The evidence wis all
taken shortly after noon and the argument
then began. Mr. L.-ek argued for the de
fendant, C Tporation Counsel Gilbert for
the compluinant. The j iry took the case
about 3 o'clock and dispose 1 of it within a
few minutes. It seems that the otly ques
tion in their minds, which needeJ t'.eir at
tention, was whether or not the levy made
by the sheriff upon the stock was valid.
They held that it was in bo fur as the filly
was concerned, because the animtl wv, at
the time of th-s levy, in the thi hands of
Constable S'lethao by virtue of an execu
tion, and c uld, therefore, not have been
sold to Mr. Elliott by Mr. II di. Mr. Elli
ott gave notice of an appeal from tlio vor
diet of the jury.
Several days ago a young woman pre
sented a check for fifty-dollars at the Alex
ander county bank, signed by Miss Stuart,
who keeps what is known as the White
House, on Thirteenth street. The check
was paid without hesitation and the young
woman left. Yesterday Miss S'.uart sent
fifty dollars on deposite and the paid
check was charged up in her book. This
was the first knowledge she bad that the
fifty dollars had been drawn and she went
to the bank and lear ted, from the discrip.
tion given of the drawer, that a young girl
known as Belle St. Clair, who had been
with her for soma time, but who had left
Tuesday, was the guilty party had learned
that Miss Stuart, bad money on deposit in
the back and drawn fifty dollars on a
forge4 check. Tlio officers were at once
notified, Chief Myers proceed to work up
the ess1, and within a few hours the
guilty girl was under arrest in EiBagham
It was learned, however, that she had spent
about half the money in this city for dry
goods, etc., before leaving. Chief Meyers
left last uight for Effingham to bring back
Subscriptions of money and other ne
cessaries continue to flow into Shawneetown
from diffeient direction, and from places
near and lar, large and small. Little D m
gola, in Union county, even responded with
the handsome little sum ot $03.50, which
was sent here to Messrs. Birclay Bros, and
transmitted by them to Shawneetown. By
the tiiQ9 the people of Springfield and the
state legislature get ready to do somothing
the people of Shawneetown will not stand in
need of any more assistance, either because
they will all be starved to death or will be
amply supplied from othersourccs. The fail
ure of the people aud solons of the capital
city, to respond to the cry of the perishing,
is not due to lack of interest on the p irt o f
the journals of tint city, for the State Jour
nal and Register have made almost daily
appeals for action of soma kind, without
avail. T.iB people of Sprinjfidld arj too
much occupied with their daily pursuits ot
wealth and tlu Rspu'ilican legislature is
too much abs irbad with the question of
how hcbt to dipoje of the whisky ques
tionhave to much whisky on the brain-
to give any heed to the cries of those suffer
ing from an over lose of water.
The 33 I Illinois legislature has now
entered upon its third month snd has pass
ed just one bid and no nmre; and this bill
was an appropriation bill, providing for the
expenses ot the legislature. T is United
St ttes congress has adjourned alter a ses
sion of about three months, during which
time it parsed only two bills that have any
genernl importance at all, the tariff and
civil service bills. There was reason to bo
lievo that the very forcible
expression of disapproval of Re
publican ' wsys and mentis, given in the
last elections, would have a tendency to
stimulate the people's representatives to in
creasud activity, but rather the contrary
has been the case. "Tlio people bo damned''
seems to be the watchword with the llepub
licao legislators, both great and small, oil
over the country. Tub Bulletih desires
also to call tha attention of its rcadern, both
Republican and I) nuocratic, to the fact
that the Illinois legislature has been in ac
tive session only four daya in each week,
whlla drawlugpiy from the pooplu, money
tor six days in each week. Such glaring
neglect ot public business and robbery ot
the public txch quer ought to receive a
severe rebuke from the honest men of all
parties, and this rebuke ought to be admin
istered at the very next election.
Dlomluic on Dullo la.
The latest report from the city of Cairo
is that all danger is over. The riven were
ata stand still at high watermark for a
few days, aud have now begun to recede.
Of any other city under like circumstances
it might be Baid with truth, that danger
being over, business would be resumed. In
Cairo, with tho flood surrounding her on
all sides aud within an inch of going over
her, levees, tho people, anxious, but brave
and determined, persued their usual busi
ness. Their hotels were open, their mer
chants busy, the hum of their manufac
tories did not stop; schools, churches, pub
lie library and opera house entertainments
continued uninterruptedly in their umisI
paths for the instruction and amusement of
the people. Public improvements were not
stopped, Htid citizeus, v.ho were putting up
reciuuets, or other buildings, not dismay
ed by the threatening approach of the
waters, went clinly forward to the accom
plishment of their ti.ds.
It may ba truly said that the citizms ol
Cairo have g ven the people ot the country
a lesson. They h ivn bhownwhat will, de
termination tin d pluck will do to avert a
great cnlaiiiity. Lot year it was believed
that Ctlro, ia pite of her magnificent
levees, could not 8tnd against the floods
that poured dowo on her from the Mississ
ippi and the Ohio rivers, the greatest floods
ever known in the history of the Mississippi
Valley, But she did, and came out
triumphant when every ci'y above and be
low her that had been threatened in like
manner, succumbed to the superior power
ot the waters. This year, ia the face of
greater fl lods, even, th in those of last year,
it was prophesied that tho disaster would
certainty take p'ace, and again has the
prophecy proved flse. A large portion of
ihecity of Pittsburg was submerged; Cin
cinnati was a wrttery expanse tor days and
all her i'.iiinjnso business wis suspended;
Louisville was deluged and suffered as f ho
never suffered before from the ssmc ."orcv ;
iu Shawneetown, only the upper utones of
the h'oHts were visible and the waters
worked distress and devastation to au un
prece lented degree; in the town of Metrop
olis, a city sttn iing upon a hill, the peo
ple toyk reluge in their attics and second
stories, and most of the communication
with each other was held by means of skiffs
and boats. Below Cairo, tha aome story is
told of the villages aud towns along tho
river, and she stands alone as the single
exception, the only point which held the
waters at bay. Her citizens saw what was
needed snd performed the work. Uer al
ready strong levees wera strengthened still
more, and impregnable, they said to tho
Mississippi aud the Ohio. "Thus tar shalt
thou come, but oo farther."
It may be, that as a consequence of the
destruction ofihe forests as is alleged by
some, or from phenominal causes which no
human agency can control, the Ohio and
the Mississippi rivers and their tributaries
will make an annual business of sweeping
down the inhabitants of the vsllevs in a
worse manner than the waters come down
at Lodore. But what Ciiro has done, she
can and will do again. She has sgsin demon
strated, as she has many times before, that
with water, water everywhere and oo all
sides ot her, it can be kept at bay, while
ber people go about dry shod, industrious
ly engaged in the pursuit of business or of
pleasure. Her citizens are justly entitled
to the coDgmtulations of the people of the
The aesthetic movement in England has
entirely died out, because well because
people think there is more good emmon
s msu in taking a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup than in carrying a lily.
"SURVIVES THE TOMB."
The current number of the Illinois
School Journal contains the following well
deserved tribute to the memory of Mr. A.
One of tho best men Cairo ever had
whs Mr. A. B. S.fford. Ilis death, which
took place Mono five years ago, was in the
nature of a public calamity. As a member
of the board of eduction he tzhibited an
inex'iMU-tible z jal for the welfare of tho
public sellouts. His influence survives the
tomb. His name is often on the lips of the
Bchiiol children. ILs picture is seen every
where in the school-, and on all eides wo
meet with signs of admiration, gratitude
and i.ff ction for the name of Mr. Safford.
As a m ist fitting memorial of this honored
nn'l valued citiz n, a beautiful Iniildm .? is
jbiiut to tirise, dedicated forever to culnirn,
t'li-tH und tho diffusion of knowledge. It
will c ntain an art hall, a library and a
r ling-rooin: the city will have the ca'o
of it, and see to the warming snd lighting
of the building and tho management of the
library nnd reading rooms. ThU mitgni
fliMtit gift is presented by Mrs. Stffordto
commemorate tho north of her lamented
Hon. P. T, Barnum and his combination
give rare praise to St. Jacobs Oil.
Vennor's predictions for March are not
encouraging for those who wish mild
weather. Ilo thinks tho month will be one
of tlio stormiest experienced in many j o irs.
There is a probability, he says, of great tie
s'ructlon of life and proper'y. His forecsst
of the btotm periods lass follow! Tenth
and Twelfth Very general and suvero
snow storms and blockading, extend
ing far to westward. Rons and snow falls
In. Nova 8 ;oti aud New Brunswick. Tte
mentions buow drifts la the wostorn states
Seventeenth to Twentieth General hoavy
snow and rain storms south to New York
nnd Washington. Snow blockadoi again
West. Oa 20th or 2tst great wind storm
t New York. Tweoty-seveuth Another
LADIES. ATTENTION !
You now have the opportunity to make now and
attractive, with bright colors, your faded ribbons
ami othrT articles' of apparel.
Every package of the
1-lA.ISrDY 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
tor 25c. Try them and you will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
TTk TTft. "HT 4 d tt an ansm rt-
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave.
STUATS POPULAR and RELIABLE- CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
and Misses' School and Dress Shoes, and Lad ie "Shoes on
every last from "B" to "F".
You will find it to your interest to buy Shoes from
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
ONE XIOIIT ONLY.
MONDAY, March 12th.
America's Greatest Actress,
supportei bjr a powi'rf'il eotoanjr undor t tie aola
mans 'meit tf
producing tha i.
"NEW JANE EYEE,"
with novel scenic eod micbsnl'-al effjcts sal In.
tioaiiciug iu aci a
The Most Rpali-itle Fire Scene Ever
Production the American Maje.
HKiTVL AVN'OKNTEM 'ST. A handsome
ADtoicai'h Suiivunir of tliu G nt AclreM will ha
pre.eutud to everjr Udr e'tcodlnu ibla perform
VAn.liK..ni4ina th. a'mncrth rt tn V. tnn..nv.
tho if e inr pttrra w 1 be adtlereri to ;.S. ( aud ill
cei.t. R'iii-rve.1 t mi mo t D'idr' Juv.elry
txore. SoiX r cbar lor ierd etate.
general stwm pwioil. Slow tnJ nins.
XcwiouudlHDil snn.v l.lockcJ. Thirtieth
hi Ihirty-firat fJcnt'ral snow, wiuJ enr)
r.uu storms. IL'uvy Mows suJ ruiuj on
New York and iniil lie Btntts seiboard.
8uw bihI min ntnrnn in Maritime provio
ces. The periml of tho 10th smi 12th, lie
Bdd9, will umliniWti'rtly lie severe and wide
spread, Imt the hi'Hvy rain nnd wiud itorms
of tha 27 ji and 83 h may ciunfl the grftat
est dumncc, particulnriy towurds New York
and middle seahimrd.
Silk llan lkirohi-fs and 8m Throat
Sore t'miiit viuilsh when enolrchul in
a silken kerchief. This U estublinhed be
yond penuhetiture. Tho grandmother!
knew nil nbout this a hundred years
ago. Tliey believed, too, thnt nilk
would euro nil other diseases, ami some
of them thought it would heal a broken
log "if only tiikun in time." We do not
go so far ns tlmt, but wo know thnt silk
will absorb and store electricity a!
readily ns a Leyden jiir. It forms m
essential curtain for tho electric) cylln
tier, and rubbed with quicksilver, lias a
mysterious power that itnpnrts force to
its retention. The curat ivo force of silk
dun toils electricity, nnd tho medical
faculty recommend silken hoso aud
nhirta'for a thousand diseases. Ai wo
nro not professional, wo only take silk
by tho th rout, nnd know Us wonderful
powers. We will give a sure recipe:
When you have the throat trouble, give
a nice, clean slllc handkerchief to your
sweetheart with a request to tfo it
around j our neck. If j ou are not cured
or choked by tender luinds wo havo
made a mistake. Tlio more exponsivo
the kerchief the surer tlio euro, beeauso
your pet takes so long to examine tho
quality mid gel it just right, so it won't
hurt. Tit it and go homo cured. We
expect silk handkerchief will advance
In prico when this matter in under
Itood. Dry Uoodn lltilktin. '
Our "KENSINGTON POLISH"
continues as popular as tver;
and our Stock! of Spring Sh es
is now nearly complete, a large
invoice having been received Sat
urday, and consists if Children's
Notice' ID ltii column ll.P'e Hue. uf l .irui
one tniitrtloa r l.ki p- r wi'i-k.
LiUH rtAl.K.-oUUilke. Cbatui Murici?".. M cil
r Warrant? and Warrant L).ea at tin) liul.eua
Jo nQlr.a 78 Ohio Law
T.NTKD-Slirli barrel co.ii.em; te'ty work
fur gi ol m ei
CUICKASAWCOOPKKHJB CO .
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VT halo Hth, 'hr..i it8. 9 and I'Mmh K IV 2My
91) ea'b. makin. 7) rr.'l nu KM .mad mu-.i and JO
feet i-ttx. Kor iiartienla' aip v n' Hn I" In o Mra.
LVK KuN I StoN room omn.rrciai nr. t'Cir
Sib at., $C0, coltago un Connn-rrUl audita
t. : one on i ml. r.t.i on on Win, rt (.1 Com
mrclal ; one on Popiar nrar D.tii .n : .me cn Uib,
w-t of M'aabluRtnn: iwo " omrm-rcinl nh.ua
IStb: dwellin.'Aii 7th tndJifTor n; une cu Cedar
near 2 d; tdree m Imer' l..
M J liOWLY. I ea. Ktete A rent
IA. I. IKITM.
CUBEltT a. XiTB.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistle wood & Pro.,
all A IX,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEV EE,
Oniro, - - Illinois.
E & ROSE?
,!6uiKTh Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
s full linn of all tha lnt"t. .ii'wcm color
au 1 quiiilt.r.iuil 'iu-t ni'inuf i turu.
AKP KT DKl'AHTMKN V.
oy nrn r, Tapeetrice, I jiieili", Oil
Cloths, A ., AC.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thl" Dcperiincn ocenplr. a full fii r mid
ta complo fl til nil rv.pi'u'K, Uond an'
f:narauUied ol latent myle and litft ni
Bottom Prices and Firt t-luss (Jooilst
One of tho abie curtri, i-pcclnl niivke,
guai iuitecd. for sale, tinlay, WI5.00 at
The Bulletin office.