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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH l, m.
THE DAIIjY BULLETIK
orriCE: NO. 78 OUIO LKVKE.
KSTKKRI) AT TUB CAIRO rOBTorPICB roR
rBASSMlBSIOK TUBOUOli TBB mails at ohi;
OKD CLASS HATES.
urfiUlAL fAPXB UP C1TT AMU OOBKTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in inn column, eittni cent par Una for
Ir.land (Ira cent par Una each auheeqaent lnaer-
tton. Kor one wauk, SO centa par Una. Kur ooa
month, 60 cent par Una.
Best stock of staple and family groceries
in the city at lower prices thao elsewhere
II. & E. Standard Sugar of all grades, best
line of Coffee and Teas in Caiio, best
brands of Flour in the Creole Purity and
P. &. W. brands.
Send your ordors to us and get your
goods low. Ot. C. 0. Patikr & Co.
See a woman in another column near
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spner'a Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the ai;ed. Sold by druggists.
The Rev. Goo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to SLiloh's Consumption Cure. (9)
Galvanized Scales for Creameries, Dia
ries, 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 trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine Call at Harry W.
bchub's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
For loss of appetite, nauesea of stomach,
vnd indigestion, "Lindsey's Blood Search
er'' has no equal. Sold by druggists.
Mrs. Melissa Damom, 165 W. Indiana
ave., Chicago, 111., says: "Brown's Iron
Bitters has proved itself to be the best
tonic I ever used."
Farm Kit and othors desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which 5 to
fUO a day can be earned, send address at
once, on postal, to II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
KucKien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Gso. E
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
liens, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fhke
op charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America,
bend a self-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Injun, Station D., New York
Elys' Cream Balm cured me of Catarrh
of many years' standing restored my sense
of smell. For colds in the head It works
like magic. E. II. Sherwood, National
State Bank, Elizabeth, N. J.
Ark you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skinlt Shiloh's Vitalizer Is a posi
tve cure. (10)
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powew on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the bakery of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
9th and 10th streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at the lowest prices
to ba found in the city. Call and see me.
121? tf Jacob Lat.neb.
Cottage For Sale.
I off:r my cnttagi next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
East tide, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N-w York
Store. M. 3. LKWoovrrca.
Euzinei and 'aw Hill for Sale.
Tj euiaA anl one aw mill complete
toa-sll, or n:hai;e for lumber by Cuhl
Br., VjQjA, li'.t.
Two furtiiftbtd rootua for rM.
to Mr. 3. Williamvm.
To 1 hone Owing Taxes.
You will save cwtby calling an 1 settling
at once, fjr on the lt of April coat will be
adJed. Joiik HoixiKs.
lw Sheriff and Collector.
at New York Store Early Qurdea Poase of
all kinds; Seed Corn; Beans; best stock of
garden seeds in the city, in Bulk tr Pack
ages; Omoa setts of all kiuds.
Michigan aud New York Early Rose
Seed Potatoes; 1 car ol choice Peach Blow
potatoes just received; full linn of fi -ld
seeds of all kiudi, Plows and Plow Hoi-
Deft, Field Hoes, Garden Spades and H ikes
Dog Tax Due, Notice I
All persons owing dog-taios or other tax
es or license will save annoyances and costs
by calling at the city marshal ofUco at once
and payiug same. Louis II. Mtkbs,
Cairo, III., March 12, 1883.
Ice, Wood and Klndlmjr.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, tl per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klne's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Pioneer Lodge, No. 314, K. & L. ot II
Officers and members of the abovo Lodge
are requested to meet at Lodgo room, Frl
day, March 10th, at 1 p. m. sharp, to pay
th last'tribute of respect to our disceased
sister, Katie C. Hinkle. By order of Vice
Protector. Lizzib L. Powell, Boo t
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcaa In thaaa commna, taa cent par line,
iw.h Inaertlon and whalhnr marked or not, if calea-
luted to toward any man 'a bualneaa inmreat. are
al way i paid for.
Cooking Oil at G.
Mrs. 8.8. Foster returned to Cairo yes
terday, after an absence of several weeks in
Jacob Kleo has an interesting notice
in special locals, lie has ice, woou ana
kindling to sell cheap. 1
White Leghorn Eggs 13 for $1.00.
E. A. Burnett.
The Misssssippi river commission had
not arrived at a late hour last night. It is
coming down from St. Louis by river and
inspecting as it comes.
Yesterday evening's weather bulletin
showed a general rise in the baromerter,
an equally general and heavy fall in the
thermometer, generally strong wind, and
ra'n at Nashville, Shreveport and Pitts
burg. Schoolchildren will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
The officers and members of the order
of Knights and Ladies of Honor are re
quested by notice in special locals to meet
this afternoon at 1 o'clock for the purpose
of pnying ''the last tribute of respect to
their dcccsod sister, Katie C. Hinkle."
Dr. G. G. Parker says he didn't he
says he shot snipe, not quail, at Mounds
Junction Wednesday. The Dr. is a law
abiding citizen a stickler for the game
laws of the Btate, which prohibit the shoot
ing of quail this timo of year, hence this de
For sale cheap, two six-foot counters
aud shelving; one six-foot and two three
foot show cases at G. G. Wichert's Billiard
Wednesday night Mr. T. J. Walker,
an officer of Dexter, Mo., and a prisoner
named Harry Hammons, alias Campton,
arrived in the city enroute for the Plain
fluid, Ind., Reform school, from which the
prisoner had escapod. They left yesterday
The following clipping from "Saturday
Night" a literary paper published in Phila
delphia, of date March 17, will interest
Cairo readers : "Sixty lines of correspon
dence between two Cairo, 111., lawyers be
trayed thirty-one blunders in orthography,
and thirty-eight in grammar." Now let
the legal fraternity step forward and ex
plain. 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
The annual report of the Illinois Cen
tral for 1893 is published. Compared with
1881 it makes ihe following showing; In
crease of gross traffic receipts, $318,914; in
crease passenger traffic receipts, $271,991;
increase ot net earnings, $133,537; net re
ceipts for year as follows: From traffic,
$3,G60,709;land sales, $127, 509; interest,
$200,048; total, $3,988,320; after paying in
terest and dividends and for betterments of
balance of income, $155,452 remains.
Two fishermen came over the river yes
terday morning, in a skiff laden with three
or four hundred poundu of fish. When
thoy came within about fifty yards of the
shore near the Illinois Central wbarfboat,
the skiff was caught in the wind and waves,
and was rapidly filling with water. Both
men dropped their oars and went vigorous
ly to work with buckets, bailing the skiff
out; in this way tbey managed to keep afloat
and the strong wind drove tbem safely
A large Cue on the residence of Mr.
Charles Gilhofer burned out yesterday
morning about ten o'clock and csused con
siderable excitement, as it made a big
blaze. The alarm was tfiven and several of
the fire companies were on hand a few
minutes after, but there was no need of
setting any of the engines in motion. A
mail force pump used in the garden of
Mr. Charles Pink, next door, threw a stream
of water onto the roof and the fire was soon
put out without any damage to the house.
Tbe following figures taken from the
sworn returns to tbe Illinois Insurance dc
partment ot the life insurance business
transacted in Illinois for 1882 will be found
of Interest to the many policy holders of
the Equitable in Cairo. Equitable, $4,100,
934; New York Life, $2,764,190; North
western, $2,258,931; .Etna, $1,829,058;
Mutual, Life, $1,430,195; Connecticut Mu-
tal, $1,435,108; New England Mutual,
$1,254,000; Mutual Benefit, $853,639. Ex
cess of the Equitable over any other com
pany, in Illinois, $1,396,564.
Some contradictory reports of the
drowning of two men in the Ohio river
near the Illinois Central warehouse yester
day forenoon, were set afloat and created
some sensation. Mr. James Phillips, a
fisherman who keeps a stand on Eighth
street, asserts positively that be saw two
men come over the river and attempt to
land here just above several coal Urges
lying at the landing near the warehouse
referred to. He know that this was a
hazardous undertaking and he mounted
the barges and ran forward to warn the
men back. But lie came too late ; the skiff
shot in ahead of the barges before he got
to the upper end of them, and when ho did
Jie could see nothing of either men or skiff.
Another story was that two young men bad
landed, left their oars in the saloon and
restaurant of Mr. A. T. De Baun, come
after them again in about twenty minutes
started out in their skiff and were lost to
eiurht in a few minutes after. But these
two men were employes of the Mobilo and
Ohio railroad at East Cairo, and a tele
phone message subsequently received from
there announced their Bafe return.
Yesterday foretoon two colored girls
were playing on the walk leading to Wash
ington avenue from the now colored church
en Seventeenth street, when one of them lost
her balance in a Budden gust of wind and
fell from the walk into the pond of water
Her companion made loud cries for help,
which were heard by Cyrus Jackson, the
colored porter at the office of Col. Taylor,
who was riding by on horseback. Jackson
hurried to the drowning child's assistance
and rescued her from what would certainly
have Droved her death but a few moments
The death of Mrs. Ilinkle, announced
elsewhere, will excite general sympathy in
this commuuity for the bereaved family.
The sad event was not unexpected, for it was
known that Mrs. Ilinkle had suffered long
and patiently with a disease that is implac
able, consumption, and she had been at the
point of death several times during the
last year. She had traveled to different
parts of the country in seach of health, but
without avail. She returned but recently
from one of her visits south and failed
steadily until her death. During her com
paratively short stay here she gained
the friendship and esteem of many who
will regret her untimely demise
A fine musical treat was given some of
the guests of The Halliday and a few in
vited gueBts last night, in one of the par
lors of the hotel. It consisted of a series
of duets and solos produced upon the piano
and violin by Miss Ella Robbins of this
city and Mr. Louis Illmer, of St. Louis.
Of Miss Robbins we need not speak, for
she is known to bo an expert performer,
but of Mr. Illmer it is due to say that he is
a master violinist. He is a traveling man,
and cornea through here frequently. He
carries his violin always with him and finds
bis chief pleasure in using it. His music
is beautiful and charming. The little au
dience last night was probably uever bet
Mr. Daniel II art man is having a new
frame residenee erected on twenty-eighth
street. It will be a two-story house of at
tractive and convenient style. It is nearly
finished. Mr. Jno. A. Poore is the con
tractor. Dr. Sullivan has let the contract
to Captain Jno. E. English, for a two-story
brick residence to be erected on Twentieth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar street. Work will begin as soon as
the weather and other conditions are
favorable. Mrs. Walsh, tie milliner, in
tends to have her frame residence on Tenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, raised another story higher.
It is now one story. Captain Jno. E.
English has the contract.
Work on Eighth street was. begun yes
terday under the supervision of Street
Commissioner Baird. Six teams and about
twenty men were employed, forming the
slope of the street and hauling gravel. The
work was begun on the Cedar street end,
so that the gravel and dirt will be well
packed down as the work progresses, by
the teams employed in tbe work. If there
is no interruption the street will be finish
ed witbm a coupleof weeks; but it is found
necessary to procure some dirt from out
side the levees to do some of tbe filling
necessary, and this can not be procured un
til the water goes down several feet more,
which is not likely to occur by the time
tbe dirt will bo needed. An interruption
is therefore likely to occur. There is
enough gravel on hand to keep the present
force busy for about a week. There arc
about thirty-five car loads of the inferior
article, which is being first used and will
no go very far. The second lot brought in
by the M. & O. road is very good gravel
and will make a good street. It turns out
that the gravel beds are as stated by the
company, much better below than on top.
The improvement will be one of impor
tance to the city and to the neighborhood
In which it it made. The Mabile fc Ohio
railroad company has shown good judg
ment, liberality and enterprise in preparing
for business in this community. The im
provements it has made and induced the
city to make are all of a substantial char
acter, reflecting crodit upon Itself and the
city. In this respect it comes next to ths
Illinois Central company.
A rather cynical lady, somewhat of a flirt,
say most men, like colds, are very easily
caught but difficult to get rid of. Her mis
take is apparent. Dr. Bull's Cough 8yrup
will cure any cold however stubborn it may
be. Price 25 cents.
Died At 5:30 a. m., yesterday, Mrs.
Kate C. ninkle, wife of Major Jesse Hinkle,
ago 26 years.
Father Murphy, of 8t. Patrick's church,
will bless the corps at the residence on 7th
street at 1 :30 p. m., to-day. A special
funeral train will leave tbe foot of Eighth
street at 2 p. m., for Villa Ridge.
Friends of the family are invited to attend.
A WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE.
VnAT A LADY OP GREAT PROMINENCE HAS
TO SAT ABOUT HER BEX.
Ou a recent trip by a representative of
this paper to tbe city of Haverhill, Mass.,
most important incident occurred, which
cannot fail to be of tho greatest interest to
all, and especially to our lady readers. Tbe
newspaper man met a lady a trifle paBt
middle ago with luxurious white hair that
contracted strikingly with piercing black
eyes. Sho possessed a straight, full habit,
womanly, but commanding, combined with
manners wholly lady-like, and yet pro
nounced. Any acute judge of human na
turo could see at onco that he was in the
presence of an unusual personage one
destined to accomplish more than most ot
her sex, and to exert an influence far reach
ing in its power. This lady was Mrs. M.
W. Wingate. Almost from childhood she
has taken a special interest in the bodily
troubles of her sex and has probably been
more successful in relieving suffering and
saving lives than any other woman in
America. Indeed, she seems to have been
to women what Florenco Nightengale and
Dorothy Dix were to the suffering soldiers.
The instances of woman who were in the
greatest agony and apparently beyond the
reach ot human aid, that she has restored
to health and happiness, are almost innu
merable, and it was only natural that the
scribo should become specially interested
and wish to converse with her more in de
tail. "How long have you been engaged m the
practice of medicine Mrs. Wingate?"
"For more than 25 years."
"a long time, certainly, now did you
happen to enter the field at that early day
when women in tho profession were special
ly frowned down upon?"
'I think I must have inherited a taste
from U17 Father Professor J. C. Wood, of
larvard college. He was eminent in the
protession, a nam worser ana equally earn
est in his recreations. Ho hunted considera
bly and I remember when only nine years
old I used to dissect the birds and animals
he had killed. I felt infatuated with medi
cal science, even then and the infatuation
has continued up to the present time."
"And did you begin your studies so early
"I can hardly say when I began, for I
can not remember wnen 1 aid not read
medical literature. You would scarcely
believe it, but I was a slender girl and did
not weigh over 120 pounds but I UBed to
sit up night after night until 2 o'clock in
the morning poring over . my studies and
never dreaming of the flight of time. It
seemed as though calls for my attendance
on the s'ck always came unsolicited. I
certainly cannot fix the date when I first
began practicing. Of course most ol my
patients were women, and the natural sym
pathy I felt for my sex has increased dur
ing all these years where I have been
brought so closely in contact with them and
have learned to anticipate their needs and
sympatzizo with their sufferings. After the
opening of the Boston Medical College I
appeared before the faculty; passed exami
nation and received a diploma. I had
practiced for years previous to that time
but thought it desirable to receive another
diploma, which I did without any effort."
"Your experiences with tbe many and
serious disease of women having been so
extensive must alsj be valuable? Can you
give me some facta regarding them?'.
"I find that woman seems born to suffer!
ing, and where she avoids it, it is by reason
of some care on her part or owing to some
special renewing power. It is truj some
women go through life without uuubuuI
suffering, but they are none the less in dan
ger, for there are critical periods all along
their pathway when the utmost precaution
is required. The innumerable complaints'
called female wcakenness; the irregulari
ties of life and changes of tbe system all
indicate the perils which hang over every
woman's career, and which, unless attended
to, may result disastrously."
"But is there no way by which these ter
rible troubles can be avoided?"
"That has been the problem for years.
Tbe habits of lite and the demands of fash
ion are clearly at war with the health of
women, I have been, perhaps unusually
aucemful in my treatment of their troub
les, but there have been many cases that
seemed specially stubborn. I recall one In
particular. I had exhausted all tho usual
exp'ilient and the result was not satisfac
toiy. I became worried over tbe case and
really did not know what to do, but finally
thought I would try something out of the
usubl line. I had heard a certain remedy
recommended very highly and so I procured
some and made a chemical analysis of it.
I found it was perfectly pure, and that the
ingredients were unusually valuable 80 I
began giving it to my patient, changing it,
however, into a bottle of my own. To my
great joy it seemed to havo an almost im
mediate effect and a complete cure was tho
result. Since then I have used it constant
ly in my practice and have cured every
form of female weakness, as well as dis
placements, dropsical tumors, cellu dropsy
and all such troubles. I have also used it
with the best of results in cases of preg
nancy and gestation. Indeed I have found
it of untold value and bonoflt."
"Have you any objection to giving mo
tho namo of this remedy of which you
"Nouu whatever. It Is Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure."
Headquarters for DriHnrUts, Physicians, General Store-Keciiers.
I3URE DRUGS, FINE CHEMICALS,
Fluid Extracts, Elixirs, Ointments, Syrups, Tinctures,
And all Standard Pharmaceutical Preparations.
Wlnto Lead, White Zinc. Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Coach Colore. Artist's Tubo Colors,
Prepared House Paints, Painters Supplies.
Wax Flower Material. Alabastino.
PAINT AND VARNISH' BRUSHES,
Oils and Varnishes. Window-Glass. Puttv,
QOL.D LEAF and BRONZES.
7l. Olxio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
"Why, that is a proprietary medicine t"
"Certainly but what of that! I have but one
end in view in the treatment of my pntients
namely their restoration to health. In
the accomplishment of this end I prescribe
what I believe to be beneficial, no matter
what the professional consequences may
"I notice in the New York papers that
Doctors Hammond, Aguew and other promi
nent physicians are taking a similar stand
"Yes, and all independent thinkers in the
profession are bound to do so. I am, bow-
ever, on the best of terms with my profes
sional brethren as you can see," and the
lady produced a beautiful gold medal
mounted in the lorm of a badge which had
been presented her by the medical society,
known as the Ensign of the Humble Fami
ly, of which she is a prominent member.
After examining it closely, tbe reporter re
marked that the medical profession evi
dently were proud uf what she had done, as
she might well bo in the possession of such
"I am proud ot that," she replied, "and I
was also pleased a short time since to re
ceive an offer at a large salary to take the
professorship in the new medical college at
Walla Walla, on the Pacific coast. I do
not know how they heard of me out there,
but I was obliged to decline the offer."
"And so, in your experience with the
diseases of women, you have found success,
and that Warner's Safe Cure has been a
most efficient remedy ?"
"Yes, I have had unusual success and tbe
emedy of which you speak has been proven
of great benefit. There are, however, some
base imitations of it to be found in the
market; these are bad and should be avoid
ed, but the genuine remedy is one of the
"And has rot the practice of your pro
fession injured your health!11
"No, I am botter now than ever before
in my lite. 1 froze my limbs last winter,
while riding one cold night to see a patient
and was obliged to remain indoors for over
two months. Otherwise I am healthy, as
you can see by looking at me."
"And may I publish this interview, Mrs.
"Yes. Ifwbat I havo told you should
be the means of assisting any women who
may be suffering, I Bhall be perfectly wil
ling to have it published."
A Good Joke.
Talking about the "ISlack Venus,"
there was a good ioko played on four
"Bussiety" ducks last week. Four of
them all married men made an en
gagement with a liko number of bullet
gins. Tho men were to take a box,
mid tho girls wero to join them after
theatre time. The octet would then ad
journ to Hatchelder's and havo an ele
vated and ancient occasion. Some
friend got wind of thechcme and gave
tho wholo snap away to tho four wives.
All went well uutil theendof tho second
net. Tho men were glued to their opera
glaHses, anticipating tho good time thoy
were going to have, when one of them
looked across at some ladies iu an op
posite box, and suddenly exclaimed in
liorror, "Holy fish-hooks! thero are all
our wives!'' Four very frightened and
very embarrassed men looked across
tho theatre, and there, sure enough, sat
their wives. Tho ladies wero chatting
together, nnd apparently were uncon
aeious of tho presence in tho house of
their worso halves. There could bo no
doubt of the joke, however, and tho
four unhappy men sat uneasily through
tho act, and then rushed over to their
wives to explain. This they did some
making one excuso and soinn another
before tho women could say a word,
but when they had finished they wore
more abashed than ever to hear the
wives propose that they should destroy
the supper then waiting. They insisted
on their point, and the supper was
eaten, tho men nearly choking mean
while Hut four madder ballet girls
they say you never ftuwChicago Herald.
"Pupils nowadays study so much
that they don't know nny'thlng,1' says
a member of the Mus-acl'iinoUs Board
Happy, of Course.
How to get rid of a bunion is worth
knowing. Mr. II. T. Hewitt, cashier of
the prominent business house of K. Horton
& Co., 10 8. Williams st., New York, says
that his wife suffered for many years with
a terrlblo bunion, and that recently half a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil entirely cured it.
Notlceelu ttiia column tbreo Huua ot lu ttcema
onelnaertlun or II. (to wt wck.
poll 8ALK.-BTank.,CUll! Muree, 8u.:clal
fJOOD LOTS K(JK bALK.-Ou jfnllroad utreet
VJ below th, three lnta8,V and U, block 15. 2Sby
aocaeh, maklnaVS fut-ton Kaliroad Hrert aod 80
fwt dwp. Fur particular apply at Bulletin office.
VOK 8AI.B UweillUtt Iidu-b, umall atorc boaae
and two Ion. corner Utb and Lorgot; hlKheat
ground In Cairo, 3-13 2 WM, 11 UK K L.L.
IfOR hAl.K Kle lota m-ar corner 2mh aud Vial
But; a each tf applied for .mm.
at J. I QWIKY, Heal EaUtg Agt.
1 willaoll at public tale at .he lute reeldence of
David B. Thutlewood IK mllei wot of Fnlakl.
Saturday, March 2 1, 1083,
commencing at l1' o'clock In th lortno'-n.
i'erfonal property aafulluwa:
HORSES, CATTLE. HOGS, WAGONS,
Bt'tiOV, DAKSESS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Houathold and Kitchen Furniture and artlclea um
Dumeroua U mention
Term a made known on Aj of vato.
ja. it. aurrii.
euhiht a. ITH.
. SMITH BROS
Grand Central Store.
DEALS lit) IN
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistlewood & Ero.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
iVrvr i Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Una or all the luiuat. nnweni coiora
and quality, and beat manufiii-ture.
OAHPKT DBPAHTMEN 1
Body Bruaaela, Tapeatrlca, It Rrama, Oil
Cloths, 4c c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thla Department occtiplea a full floor and
la comuleio lu all fapocf? Qooda are
guaranteed ol lateat atylo and beet ma
terial. Bottom Prices aud First-class Goods!
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROATB PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in ten.
ICE H Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Car Loads u Specialty,
o v f i a k t
Cor.Twelftli Street and Levee,