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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 188.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
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,'tioiAb FAPKKOF CITY AMU OODMTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Hotireelu tnle column, elgnt eenu per Hue for
Iritandfl cent per line acheuheeuuent iner
lion, Kor one wee, sueenui per hub.
month. 60 eenu per line.
Thk Rev. Goo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind.,8(iys: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Sbilou's Consumption Cure. (9)
Gulvanisad Scales tor Creameries, Dia
ne, Butter Dealers, and Grocers. Send
forcircular. Howe Scales Co., St. Louis
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trinl bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at IIirry W.
Sclmh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Mrs. Melissa Damoai, 163 W. Indiana
ave., Chicago, III., says: "Browns Iron
Bitters has proved itself to be the best
tonio I ever used."
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
"I gave the child a dose of 'Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup,' and it was all right in an
hour." Mid by druggist at 25 cents per
Farmers and others desiring a crenteel,
lucrative agency business, by which f 3 to
$20 a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, to II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
cryiDg with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wius
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
it pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Trice 25 cents a bottle.
See a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grapo wine is made,
that is bo highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? 8hiloh's Vitalizor is a posi
Meusmak'b Peptonized Beef Toxic, the
only prepartioQ of beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forma of general debility; also, in all en-
teebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Sold by Druggists. . (3)
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to orcltT. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the takery ot J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
Oth and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
tc. of the best quality at tha lowutit prices
to be found in the city. Call and see me.
12-1 2 tf Jacob Latneu.
Cottage For Sale.
I offor my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East aide, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. S. Lkftcovitch.
Ewrinw and Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
toiell, or exchange for lumber by Cuhl
Bros., Dongola, Ills.
Two furnibbed rooms for rent,
to Mr. 8. Williamson.
To Those Owiug Taxes.
You will save cost by calling and settling
at once, for on the 1st or April cont will in
rfded. Jons Hoimieh.
lw Hberiff and Collector.
at New York Store Early Garden Peas o
til kinds; Seed Corn; Beans, best stock of
garden seeds in the city, in Bulk or Pack
jies; Onioa setts of all kinds.
Michigan and New York Early Rose
Beads potatoes, 1 car ot choice Peach Blow
potatoes just received, full linn of field
seeds of all kinds. Plows and Plow liar
Beat, Field noes, Garden Rpadosand Bakes
Do? Tax Due, Notice I
All nersoni owinir doc-tsxos or other tax
eor liconae will save annoyances and costs
by calling at the city marshal office at onco
and paying aame. liotns u. wtkri
r 3 s City Marshal
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In theee eoinmne. ton eente per Mna,
oh Inaertlon and whether marked or not, it calf n
Utnil In f,.wM inr man'a buelnoea totrot ere
White Leghorn Eggs 13 for fl.00.
E. A. Burnett.
Miss Belle Gaffney is the city, visiting
friends and relatives.
Mrs. E. C. Ford was reported danger
ously sick yesterday afternoon.
-Cooking Oil at G. D. Willtiauwon's
-Henry Breiglian, has a spanking tenm
and an elegant new wagon for his summer
-Find the New York store notices
among business locals and read them. You
are all interested in them.
Miss Lizzie Reno, of Mound City, sis-
ter of Mr. Ed. Reno, left for home Tuesday
after spending a few days in this city on a
visit to Miss Katie Howard.
Dr. G. G. Parker was up to the junc
tion yesterday in search of quails which
were said to be numerous in that neighbor
hood. Read the report of the council joint
committee on Superintendent Hamilton's
latest proposition to the council, published
in council proceedings on another page.
A colored girl of about sixteen years,
a daughter of John Holland, for some time
employed on the wharfboats, died yester
day in the second story of the brick next
to the council chamber, on Commercial ave.
-Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
Messrs. Smith Brinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, have received theirspring stock, com
prising all the latest novelties in their line,
and will sell at the lowest figures and guar
A general decliue in the barometer, a
heavy fall in the thermometer at Bismsck
and light rains at Chattanooga, Memphis,
Nashville and VicKsburg, were reported by
lust evjning's weather bulletin.
Mrs. 9. Williamson returned yeBterday
morn'ng from her visit to the north and east
and a fine atook of millinery goods of ev
ery description is now coming in every day.
Go and examine it and make your purchases.
Persons holding bills against the ctiy,
which have been allowed by the city coun
cil, can now get their m tney. The scrip
was signed by Mayor Thistlewood yester
day and is all ready, in the hands of the
Out of 147 deaths at St. Louis during
last week, 99 of the victims were single
and only 48, married. Those who travel
the rough and crooked road of single cu9sed
ness will readily see from the above who
are the preferred of Providence.
Mr. Wiggins has had altogether too
mueh free advertising ot his almanac in the
newspapers. A more pretentious humbug
never existed, not even excepting Vennor.
All be wants is to sell his publication.
Canada is getting to be the breeding place
of meteorological quacks.
In the case of Winter vs. Thistlewood
counsel for the latter yesterday filed a mo
tion in the county court to have the case
stricken from the docket. One of the
grounds for the motion js that the Bupreme
court remanded the case buck to the cir
cuit court, instead of the couuty court.
The following are the officers clocted
by the Mystic Krew Wednesday night:
Claud Winter, G, G. M.; Benjamin RoBen
watcr, G. G. L. S.; Charles Frank, secretary;
Charles Gilhofer, G.G. M. T.; P. H. Schuh,
G. G. S. B.;F. S. Haas, 0. G. T. C; Wm.
Winter, Jr., G. G.C.; Jeff M. Clark, G. G.
T.; Casey Stites, G. G. 8. These officers
will hold their G. G. positions for one year,
The Halliday Guards are now practic
ing for an exhibition drill to bo given some
time during the early part of this spring.
The boys have made wonderful progress
under the tutorship of Captain Waldron
and feel confident ot making a creditable
showing in competion with some of the
crack companies before long. Last night
three new recruits were received and ap
plications for three more are in for Thurs
A colored woman living in a cottage
on Twentieth street, near Commercial ave
uue, was oeriously burned yesterday morn
ing about six o'clock. She was at work
around a small stove, her dross suddenly
caught fire and in a moment she was envoi
oped in flames. Her cries brought a col
ored man to her assistance, who aided her
in extinguishing tho flames. But her en
tiro right side was badly scorched and the
flesh on her arm wrs torn off. Dr. Sullivan
was called in to give her medical attention
and he thinka she will survive.
A negro named Henry Blackman
raised considerable of a disturbance in
j . .1 . .
u'jwu-iuwu, maniy yesterday morning
Some time ago his wife lelt him because of
rough treatment received from him. She
went to live with her son-in-law down
town, who was a widowor with soveral
children, and a quiet, hard-working darkey
Blackman went to the son-in-law's house
yesterdsy morning, and drove his wife out
into the yard: tho son-in-law intcrfuicd
and toic uiacKmau to leave the premises
Blackman said be had come (or a fuas; he
was determined to either send somebody to
bull or go there himself, and with this he
drew aknifo from his pocket and made for
the son-in-law, but was laid low by a blow
on the head from a stick of wood In the lt
ter's hand. The son-in-law had a warrant
issued; Blackman was arrested and Mag
istrate Comings fined him fifty dollars and
costs. Labor on the streets for a month or
to would take some of the meanness out of
the culprit. .
'Renters of lock-drawers in the post
office should occasionally at least pull the
drawers entirely out and see that no mail
lies hidden under the drawer. Postmaster
Murphy did this to nearly all the drawers
yesterday and found under one a number of
letters and papers which had lain there for
a long time. In pulling the drawers out a
draft passes through them, which often
catches letters lying on top when tho box
is full and throws them down behind the
open drawer. wnen ciosea, me urawer
passes over such letters and hides them from
view both from within and without.
About ten days ago Mrs. II. Wardner,
of Anna, while coming down from Chester
on tho steamer Belle of Shreveport, lost a
fine watch and chain. She left the
watch and chain in a small satchel
with other valuables, left the satchel on a
table in the cabin of the boat and went
up stairs for a view of the country. When
she returned to the cabin several hours
afterwards, the watch and chain aloue were
missing, all the other tilings being as sue
Iett them. Tho watch is a small, blue
enameledjiunting case; No 22845; repair
number in back of case 4192. The chain
is composed of long, delicate, flit links.
During the late high water in the up
per Mississippi, the Eau Claffe lumber
compeny of Eau Claire, Wis., lost nine
hundred thousand feet of lumber which
floated down the river in cribs of from five
to ten thousand feet and scattered as it
went. Since the water has gone down the
company has made an effort to hunt up and
recover us much of this lumber as possible
and, strange to say, has succeeded in find
ing and securing nearly all of it at differ
ent points on the river. At Green'iefs
Landing, twenty-five thousand feet was re
covered, and between this poiutand Cape
Girardeau, thirteen cribs, or about one hun
dred thousand teet were found and fasten
ed to the shore, and the remainder was
nearly all found at points above.
Up to a late hour last night the Missis
sippi river commission winch was to have
arrived here yesterday from St. Louis on
its way south, had not appeared, but it was
confidently expected to arrive on the 4
o'clock train this morniDg. Captain Jno.
G. D. Knight, engineer in charge of the
works from Cairo down, is in the city again,
and wilt meet the commission
here and accompany it down
to the scene of his operation
at Plum Point. The steamer Mississippi,
the commission's boat, arrived here yester
day morning and is lying at the government
coal fleet, and she will take the commission
down the river from here. Tho party con
sists of General Comstock, preeident, and
Judge R. S. Taylor, Prof. Henry Mitchel
Major Suter, Major Harrod and Captain
James B. Eads.
The following statement of facts and
figures, carefully compiled from the returns
of the late election and from the census re
port, will give Buton of the Free Press
and other Republicans who have said or
may say unkind things of their colored
political chatties, between elections, a rav
enous appetite tor "Kro" just about the
time the next election dawns, and will
cause them to whisper gentle, honeyed
words where now they roar cruel, cold
abuse : The total vote cast in this congres
sional district at the last election waa
29,024. The Republican vote was 14,592;
the opposition, Democratic and Prohibition,
was 15,032, leaving the district anti-Republican
by 440; aud tho Republican plurality
380. The colorod population of voting ago
in the district was 4,181 in 1880. There is
no reason to believe that it decreased dur
ing the subsequent two years and there is
less reason to believe that any considerable
number of them voted any other than the
Republican ticket. But admitting that
there was a decreaso and that a considera
ble number of those who remained did vote
somo other than tho Republican ticket, it
would bo the height ot unreason to assume
that this to such an extent as
to make the departure of the
colored voters still remaining in the Re
publican party a matter of no consequence
to the party. Tho tacts are that tho Re
publican party of this district Is more than
one-fourth colored ; that but for its colored
elemont it would bo a numerical noneoity
in comparison with tho opposition, and
would stand not a ghost of a chance against
the Democratic party which would bury
It under a two or three thousand majority
at every election.
Wiggins insists that hit storm did oc
cur with tully sb much force and scope as
he expected, aud, in accord anco with hit
promise, he gives the following as his
theory: "The storm satiMlled mo tho theory
of opposito tides which I advanced in
1884 in correct, namely, that is csusod by
the vibratory motion of the ocean from
east to west. If you will look at the tor
rcstrlal globe and see the peculiar position
of the Gulf of Mexico and the tendency of
Cape St. Roque to-glance northward tides
moving west, you will uot wonder at my
alarm when observing that the moou's
forces had been increased to the greatest
possible extent and that, too, when she is
hastening w ith other planets from tho souMi
to tho north across the equator. This was
exactly tho condition ot things during this
storm, and only one element was lacking to
have made this a terrible affair for tho peo
ple of America. For mark it well, if the
moon's conjunction with tho sun had taken
place at 1 o'clock ou the meridian of Lon
don, instead of 4 o'clock in the morning.
London time in other words, if the con
junctiou had taken place over the Gulf of
Guinea, instead of the China sea, the
whole American coast, granting ber to have
been, ss she was in perigee, would have
been put under water, and the time will
con.c, though it may be thousands of years
yet, when this will take place; and should
Vonus and Mercury happen at that moment
to bo at their inferior conjunction, and
Jupatcr, MarB an I Saturn at their superior
conjunction, the breakers will roar in the
streets of New York city and Florida will
be under water. All astronomers, from the
astronomer royal down, will admit tho
truth of what I say. I make this explana
tion to show scientific men that my system
of foretelling storms is not oulv founded on
science but on the earth and the heavenly
A POINTED REBUKE.
Probaby the most effectual thrust that
could have been administered to Bishop
Rix, the ignorant and arrogant distuber of
our public sohools, was given him yester
day by Captain W. P. Halliday, who is
one of the school directors. Captain
Halliday has always felt much pride in all
our public schools, has looked upon this
agitation with a critical eye, and has taken
pains to post himself as to the grounds of
the complaints made by the colored people.
Ha has male daily visits to the colored
schools since the agitation began, and has
satisfied himself that there is no just ground
Yesterday Captain Halliday midu his
usual visit, and as he entered one of the
upper rooms, Bishop Rix, who, strange to
say, was also there, rose slowly from his
Beat and with an air of conscious superiority
that was ludicious to buhold, slowly
drawled forth as follows:
"Captain Halliday, will you 'low me to
ax you a few questions?"
"Certainly," replied Captain Halliday
calmly, "but on one condition."
The great champion : Au' what's (fat?"'
Captain Halliday: "I want you first to
solve the simplest arithmetical problem, or
writo your own name on this black-board
here," pointing to the wall.
The great colored devine and self-consti
tuted champion of public school education
was taken completely by surprise and
doggedly intimated that he could not com
ply with the conditions asked for, and with
some pointed sentenses as to the compe
tence of the would-be questioner to form a
correct judgment of matters pertaining to
the public schools, to criticise and catechise
others in their management of them, and
his right to stand in the way of the educa
tion of colored children, Captain Halliday
resumed his tour of inspection.
BytU stick of stadlo and family groceries
in the city at lower prices than elsewhere.
II. & E. Standard Sugar of all grades, best
ine of Coffee and Teas in Caiio, best
brands of Flour in tho Creole Purity and
P. &. W. brands.
Send your orders to us and get your
goods low. 6t. C. O. Patieb & Co.
CAIRO'S COLORED SCHOOLS.
Tho Cairo correspondent of the St. Louis
Globe-Democrat, in a communication to
that pHper under date of Tuesday, states
the colored school problem briefly, forcibly
and truthfully as follows:
"Your correspondent visited the colored
school building to-day, and while finding
everything in perfect order, teachers on
hand, tires burning, plenty ot coal, and not
a drop of sipc water to wet tho feet of the
children, the absence of scholars in attend
ance was conspicuous, not over a dozen
pupils being preseut out of a registered list
of over 200. Inquiry developed the fact
that the rest of the flock were on the streets
idle, running hither and thither, and kept
there through the efforts of a few ignorant,
unouucatcl negroes, some ol tnem preach
ers, who, during their nightly orgies in tho
negro churches here, have succeeded in ac
quiring a most tyrannical influenco over
their congregations by playing upon their
ere lulity and superstition and are the main
instigators of tho movement which keeps so
many colored children in idleness upon the
streets. The white tax payers of the city
are tiring of this condition of things, and
are asking that the public schools be dis
continued aud the' teachers paid off unless
s larger attendance of colored children is
n p;irted. To prevont a recurrenco of this
condition of affairs wherein the entire
school system of the city is disorganized
and interrupted by a few fanatical colored
vagabonds, a bill probably bo presented in
the legislature during tho session making
certain educational qualifications necessary
boforo licenso to preach is granted to any
one. While this measure would result in
a very large increase of tho colored labor
ing population, the amount of Ignorance
and teoeral deviltry which now curses tho
colored pulpits would be reduced to such
on extent a to result, very much to the
benfHt of tho race at largo.
The Frodorickton (Now Brunswick, Can.)
Reporter says: "Nobody can but admire
tho persistent enterprise manifested by the
owners ot St. Jacobs Oil in keeping the
naino before the public. It received a big
'send off1 in the House the other day by the
Hon. Mr. Perloy, who warned his colleagues
in the Government of the danger of Bear
Killers receiving two bounties for one nose;
the judicious use of the Oil causing rapid
Headquarters for Driurirists, Physicians, General Store-Keepers.
PUKE DRUGS, FINE CHEMICALS,
Fluid Extracts, Elixirs, Ointments, Syrups Tinctures,
And all Standard Pharmaceutical Preparations.
Whitehead, White Zinc. Colore. Dry and in Oil,
Coach Colore. Artist's Tube Colors,
Prepared IIouso Paints. Painters' Supplies.
Wax Flower Material, Alabastino,
PAINT AND VARNISH. BRUSHES,
Oils and Varnishes. Window-Glass. Putty
GOLD LEAF and BRONZES.
74 liio LQTree and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
TIIE LEVEE BILL PASSED.
The following dispatch received yester
dsy afternoon conveys important informa
Spuing field, III., March 14,1883.
Kditor fiutletlD, Cairo, 111 :
Mv lewe bill n;lsnil tint hnuaa tn.rimr
i j ,
witb emergency clause. One hundred anil
iweniy-one yeas; no nays.
I). 1. LlN&lAR.
The bill ab ivo referred to is the first ono
published in this paper, having reference
principally to building or enlaririDir. or
corapelliuj; the building or enlargement, of
levee embankments. '
The latest news from Africa is that the
Zulu King has the crwup ; this news Is doub
ted by many, but notwithstanding, the
mends of the king have sont him a case of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and consequently
know his cure is certain.
The Man With an Income and Nothine to
A man who has nothing to do is a pit
iable objuct. He U simply a kept man.
He is living on charity. ,Wic amiaWe
snoozor, uow dead, h:is left him the
money be lives on, and all he has to do
is to draw the money and eat, drink and
hleep. No eyes can brighten with hap
piness when lie comes home, because he
only comes home when the other places
are closed. He cannot come home
tired, and be petted and rested by will
ing hands, because, it would h. a mock
ery to pet a tired man who had got tired
doing nothing. Such a man simply ex
ists and is no good on earth. If he
would wheel a barrow and earn a dol
lar, and get tired, ami buy a beefsteak
with the dollar, and have it cooked, and
eat it while tho appetite w;as on that he
fot wheeling the barrow, he would
now more enjoyment than he had ever
known before. Yhat man with nothing
to do on earth no doubt thinks, as he
lays around and smells frowsy, that he is
enjoying life, but he knows no more
about enjoyment than a tom-cat that
sleeps all day and goes out nights to
play short-stop to a lot of bootjacks and
beer bottles. Such a man is a cipher, and
does not know enough to go in when it
rains. If there were less incomes left to
lazy young fellows, anil more seUt of
carpenter tools, there would be more
real enjoyment. Barling ton Ilawkeye.
Cause for Consideration.
"Hole np dar, boy, yer's a hitten too
fs" exclaimed a colored gentleman.
"Who are you talking to?" asked a
white man who happened to bo riding
'Tse talkin' ter my son what's a
choppin' wood ober dar."
"Don't want him toworkhard.Isee."
"No, sah, I doesn't."
"You arc a more considerate man
than the average individual of vour
"A man's obleeged ter be 'siderate
dose hard times, sah."
"Is your son in good health?"
"DaVs the trouble, boss. He's de
healthiest boy I eber seed."
"Then why do you caution him in re
gard to working fiard?"
"'Cause he's healthy, sah."
"I don't understand' you, old man."
"Wall, it's (lis way: Do harder dat
boy works de more he eats, an' when I
ketches him tryin' ter work up a appe
tite I cheek him. It won't do, sah, ter
let a boy run reckless. Ef 1 wus ter let
him work harder den ordinary, bread
would be mighty skaeeat my house. "
. That men are not ho sellish nnd in
considerate as they are Homeliine.s de
picted, U shown by an incident rclatod
by the New York. Tribune.: "A lady
pulled the strap of a street car nt n cor
ner where there was a huge mud- pud
dle. She looked at it appalled. She
was not very young, nor especially
beautiful, but out stepped a man from
tho car, wearing No. 1 shoes, and plant,
ed one of them sipiarc in the mud and
said: 'There, ma'am step on that.1 "
And web Tins. Is ticie a pursou living
who ever saw a case of ague, billiuusness,
nervousness, or neuralgia, or any disease of
the stomach, liver, or kidneys that Hop
Bitters will not enrol
ClTT Cl.KRK'd Of FlOi, I
Caiuo, 111., March 14th, 1884. 1
Public notlro in boruhy gWnn that on Tuuidar the
lUh day or April, A. D. I8KI, a gunoral election
will be held In the ct y of Cairo, connty of Alexan
der, Hate of llllncitu, for the election ot the follow
ing namod ofllccm, via i A mayor, city clurk, city
troaiuror, city attorney and one alderman from
each of tho five wards of the city, For the par-
fioae of laid election poll will be opnned at the
ollowltiR named places, vl : lu the Flrtt ward, at
the vuirlne honee of I bo Arab Ore company; In the
Heeond ward, at the ennlue honae of the ltouKh
and Heaily fire company j tn the Third ward, at the
engine houo of the Hibernian fire company: tn
the Fourth ward, at the court home j m the Fifth
ward, at the cnitlne home of tho Anchor fire com
pany. Said election will bo opened at etiibt
o'clock In the morning and continue opened until
even o'clock In the afternoon ef eame tlay.
By order of the city council. D.J. FOLIT.
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Not teen In thla column ttiruo lluua or lena gicente
QDHlnmirtlon or l.l p-r week.
POH SALK. Blank, Cbatta! Morgu. SurcUl
Warranty and Warranty Dceila at th Bulletin
Job office 78 Ohio Lcvex
JOoD LOTS KOK SALE. -On Hatlroad elreet
below 6th, three lows, and in, block 15. IBby
120 each, makinit "5 feet on Itallroad utreet and 20
feet deep. For particulars apply at Bulletin ottlcc.
IpOK 8AI.B Dwelling hou-e. fmull atore tiotue
and two Iota, earner l-'.u and I.wuft: hlirhett
ground In Cairo. 3 13 aw WM. HABKKLL.
QJOMKTIIINO N It W for ( a. vaera and Street"
men. bell at eight. bnd tnmp for e-pei;e
catalogue. h. S. UOl'SK, Cincinnati, O.
I will fell at publle al( at .he late ret Idruce of
David II Thistlewood 14 mllea went of l'olatki,
Saturday, JIarcli 21 18fl3,
commencing at V o'clock In the lon-tio n.
1'erronal property a follow:
HORSF8, CATTLE, HO'iH, WAGONS,
BUGGY, HARNESS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Furniture and article loo
Term made known on day of aale. '
fuBIHT A. FM.TH.
v SMITH BROS1
Grand Central Store.
I) E ALE ItS IN
CA.1IIO. - - ILL.
N. R. Thistlewood & Bro.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
duVAvrl Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latent, newoat colore
and quality, and heat matittlai.ture.
Body UniBiels, Tspentrleo, Iugrauil, Oil
Cloth, Ac, &c.
Hing and Gents' Furnishing
Thla Department occtiplot a full floor and
ia complete In all reaped, tiooda are
guaranteed ot latest atylo and bent ma
terial. Bottom Prices and Firat-clasa (iootlal
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in It:.
ICE IJY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, W ELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor.TweU'th Street and Levee,