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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1383.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OBIO LEVEE.
KNTKKKD AT TDK CAIRO rOSTOmCB POR
TRANSMISSION TllUOUOHTHB MAILS AT BKC
OND CLASS RATES.
uiOtAL FAPKH OP CITY AMD OOCMTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lu thta column, eignt mdu per line fur
Irsl and St eenu per lint each subsequent Inser
'.Idd. Kor one woek, SOcente per line, tot gne
mouth, 60 cent per Hue.
Best stock of staple sod family groceries
in the city at lower prices thaa elsewhere.
II. & E. Standard Sugar of all grades, best
line of Cuffua and Teas in Caiio, best
brands of Flour in the Creole runty and
P. &. W. brands.
Send your orders to us and get your
goods low. Ct. C. 0. Patikb & Co. .
See a woman in another column near
Hpeer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so hilily esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by druggists.
Tuk Rev. Geo. U. Thayer, of Bourbon
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to SLiloh s Consumption Cure. (U)
Galvanized Scales tor Creameries,
ries. muter dealers, anu urocers.
for circular. Howe Scales Co.,
Are You Exposed
To maUrial influences! then protect your
system by UBing Parker's Ginger Tonic. 1
strengthens the liver and kidney's to throw
off malarial poisons, and is good for general
debility and nervous exhaustion.
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 largo size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful modicine. Call at Ilarry W.
bchuh s Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Mrs. Melissa Damoin, 1C3 W. Indiana
ave., Chicago, 111., says: "Brown's Iron
Bitters has proved itself to be the best
tonic I ever used."
Never Give Up.
If you are surTerinir with luw 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 iospired 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 Ilarry W.Schuh. (5)
The Best Salve In the worla for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, 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 put box. For sale by Geo. E
To all wko are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, fuek
vr ciiarok. This great remedy ' was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Fend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jcwetii T. I.nman, Station D., New York
Ark you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite.
Yellow SkinU Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi
tve cure. (10)
Xew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackiraitbing and wagon work
dooe to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Having purchased the dakcry of J.
Anthony, on Washington avenue between
lth 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
lo be found m tlm city. Call and see ms.
12 13 tf Jacob Latnbr.
Cottage For Sale.
I olf.-r my cottage next to the
corner ot 21st and Poplar streets,
r.asi aide, at a bargain. Ap
premiums or of me at N -w York
M. S. Lektcovitcii.
Engines and Haw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, or exchange fo: lumber by Cuhl
uros., Dougola, Ills.
Two turuiHhm rooms for rent. Anolv
to Mrs, S. Williamson.
at New York Store Early Garden Pease of
all kinds; Seed Corn; Henna; beat stock of
gardun seeds in the city, in Bulk or Pack
ages; Onion setts of all kinds.
Michigan and New York Early Rose
Bead Potatoes; 1 car ot choico Peach Blow
potatoes just received; full linn of field
HcedHofall kinds. Plows and Plow liar
nee, Field Hoes, GurdcnSpadeiand Hikes.
Dog Tax Due, Notice!
All eroiii owing dog-taxes or other tax
es or license will save annoyances and costs
by calling at the city marshal ofHce at oncu
and paying snuo. Louis H. Mteub,
Cairn, 111., March 13, 1888.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 II.;
good, dry wood, sawed, t4 per cord, and
kindling l per load, at Jacob Kleo's.
Loito orders at City Brewery. tf
New Goods, Cheap Goods, Good Gooda !
On hand and for sale cheap as any living
man can buv Annies: Earlv Hose: Ohio and
Hnow-Flake potatoes; Silver Soap, a set of
Silver Tea Spoons in each boxjuneese; uui
ter; Eggs; Canned Goods; Tomatoes; u)rn
Peaches: Strawberries: 8vrUDl Salmon
Mackerel! Pot Duck and many other goods
too numerous to mention at my store on
Please give me a call. Respectfully,
tf G. M. Aldkn
Notice to Shippers.
The damage to track on the Texas and
St. Louis Ry. Co., caused by tho recent
hich water having been repaired the
line between Cairo and New Madrid, Mo
and Jonesboro, Ark., ie re-opened for busi
ness. A. E. Buchanan, Supt,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Nolle. In the.a eninmna. ten cent, er line
inch Insertion and whether marked or not. if calcU'
lntd to toward any man's bailneie Interest tre
always paid for.
-Cooking Oil at G. D. Willhamson's
-Mr. Geo. G. Wichert is enlarging and
improving his billiard parlor.
Consumers of groceries and provisions
should read Mr. G. M. Alden's advertise
ment in special locals.
The county road is high aud dry to
Beech Ridge; but it is rather rough yet, not
having been leveled down by teams.
In special locals Superintendent Bu
chanan gives notice that the Texas and St
Louis road is again ready to receive freight
for any point along the line.
High Mass will be celebrated in St,
Patrick's church by Father Murphy, at
o'clock this morning, in honor of St. Pat
rick's day which occurs to day.
House Bill No. 257, Mr. Linegar's
levee bill which passed the house unani
raously on Wednesday, was referred by the
senate to the committee on judiciary.
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 Janesboro Gazette says that good
teports come from the fruit-growers of
southern Illinois. Prospects are excellent
thus far for all fruits. Strawberry plants
that were mulched are looking well, and
the crop will be larger than last season.
At the residence of Mr. George Parsons
several days ago, a Parlor Social club was
organized by a large company of young
people. Officers were elected and regular
meetings will be held at which entertain
ing exercises will be given.
A telegram received yesterday by
Chief Myers, from Chicago reads as follows:
"Telegraph Description of two boys drown
ed this morning, when found. Think one
of them is my son. Mrs. C. Lyman, 1G2
West Madison street, Chicago."
-The legislature of the state of Arkan
sas has passed a law prohibiting the
sale of intoxicants for two years with in
three miles of any church or school-house,
upon the petition of a majority of the in
habitants, irrespective of sex.
Mr. George W. Lilley, general freight
and passenger agent of the Texas and St.
Louis railway, has been notified that all
breaks caused by the recent high water
been repaired and that the road is now
ready for business to all points on their
Yesterday afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock,
Mrs. Frank Shafter died at her home on
Seventh street, between Walnut and Cedar
streets. A husband and four little chil
dren survive her. Funeral will take place
to-morrow. Mr. Shafter is engineer on the
Uinois Central railroad.
A large number of citizens here and
eUewhere will be interested in the fact that
it is proposed to regulate by law life insur
ance conducted on the co-operative or
assessment plan. Bills with this object in
view are pending in the legislature of this
Mr. and Mrs. Samuol Burger arrived
from New York City yesterday. They had
fine trip, making short stops at many
places of interest on the way here. They
will put up at The Halliday for a while and
will then take up their permanent home in
Mr. Burger's residence ou Fifth street.
fTl A i "V 1
me Aocieni uruer ot moernians in
other cities aro celebrating to-day by de-
monsirations oi a more or less imnouincr
nature. Tuis week's iasue of "The Emer
aid," published in Chicago, is printed en
tirely in green ink of a delicate shade.
Cairo's Hibernians will honor the day in
The little Texas Narrow gauge came
into town Thursday night for the first time
since tho ll-wd. She ran throucrh trains
four days after the Iron Mountain had been
cut off by the flood, and began again only
one day after that road resumed. The
damage done to the tracks was compartive
A meeting of the Young People'i
temncrance club was hold last night at
Reform hall. The exercises were of a high
ly interesting character. Miss Mamie Diet
rich gave a recitation, Miss Alice Header
son an essay, Miss Katie Uarrell a voca
solo, Mr. J no. HornealBoa solo and Miss
Mary A. Jenkins, of Fort Dodge, an essay
A good audience was present.
A large procession of friends accompa
niod the romalns of the late Mrs. Hinkle to
their last resting place at Villa Ridge yet
terday afternoon. A short solemn sor
vico was held at tho residence about
1 o'clock and at 8:20 o'clock the funera!
train of two coaches filled with citizens
left tho toot of Eighth street. The order
of Knights and Ladies of Honor, of which
deceased was a member in good standing,
attended in a body. At the cemetery tlio
service was conducted by tho order, Mrs,
W. R. Smith and Mrs. Powell officiating,
and the ceremony was very Impressive.
Within the last few days advices to
the state board of health reported a case of
small-pox near Pillonia, Massac county and
one case each at two other
places in the state. In Mas
sac the contagion was probably in
troduced from Paducah, Kentucky, where
the disease prevailed. Thus far this year
there have been only ten infected points in
the state, and in all but one the disease has
been confined to those first attacked. The
rules and regulations of the state board
are very generally complied with, and the
wholesale vaccinations ot last year have
Bhown their value in protecting the public.
It transpires that the two young rail
road men who came over the river Thurs
day from East Cairo, were reported to have
drowned shortly after they left this slmro
to return, but arrived safely at East Cairo,
were not the ones seen by Mr. James
Phillips. The young railroaders landed at
the Illinois Central warehouse, whilo tho
two men seen by Mr. Phillips landed just
above the coal fleet lying below tho St
Louis and Cairo freight depot. Mr. Phillips
is certain that the latter did not land at all,
but were caught in the wind and waves,
and taken under the barges just as J ames
Edwards was some davs a?o. Who these
men were can not now be ascertained.
They were evidently strangers, for no one
is missed in this neighborhood. It is pos
sible that one of these men was the son ol
Mrs. Lyman, of Chicago, whose telegram
to Chief Myers appeared elsewhere. But
how Mrs. Lyman could be led to such a
suspicion so soon alter the occurrence, is
somewhat of a mystery.
A MAN KILLED.
About 9 o'clock last night a man was
run over and killed by a car and engine on
the track of the Wabash road, on Commer
cial avenue just above Second street. The
news spread rapidly and a crowd of eager
Bight-seers soon gathered around the man
gled remains. The Bight was a shocking
one. The poor victim was a gray nairea,
gray whiskered, sharp featured man of not
less than sixtv years old. He was dressed
in a black suit of cheap quality and well
worn, Drogan snoes, wmte wooneu socks,
checked shirt, black felt hat. Both legs
and the left arm were cut in two and badly
torn, and blood ran from his mouth.
Coroner Fitzgerald was notified of the
occurrence and he arrived in due time,
summoned a jury, who examined the re
mains and the clothing, took what papers
and other articles the pockets contained
and repaired to the Arab engine-house to
where the remains were also con
veyed by a flat-car and engine,
and where the inquest was
concluded. Among the articles taken trom
the man's pockets were several letters ad
dressed to "Joshua Smith, Vienna, John
son county, Ills.", several invoices to "Josh
ua Smith" from "Torrence, Walker & Co.,
of Shawneetown, Cape Girardeau county,
Mo.", manufacturers of woolen goods, and
an agreement showing that Joshua
Smith had been a member
f said firm and had withdrawn
only a few days ago, having sold out his
nterestto the other members for about
fourteen hundred dollars, payable in mer
chandise during this and next years. There
was aleo a railroad ticket for Vienna, a
small bag of coin, a note book containing
three ten-dollar notes, one two-dollar note
and a paper dime (in all about forty dollars
in money), a common silver watch, a pock
et knife, some fancy advertising cards and
linen handkerchief all of which seemed
to prove that deceased was Joshua Smith,
of Vienna, III., a member of the firm of
Torrence, Walker & Co., Shawneetown,
Mo.; that he had gone to Shawneetown to
sell out his interest in this firm, and was
on his way back home.
The teBtimony of the principal witness
before the coroner's jury, Mr. Alex Mil
burn, a switchman in the Wabash yards,
was that deceased had wandered about over
the tracks and among the cars on the low
er end of Commercial avenue for over an
hour last evening in a state of intoxication ;
that at about 9 o'clock an encine. flat-car
and one box-car were backing down the
avenue, tho engino Bhoving the cars; that
he was standing at a switch about three
car-lengths ahead of tho advancing car,
when he saw a man come toward the track
from tho weBt side of the avenue
and step t'xuht in front nf thn
advancing car. He signaled the en
gineer to stop, which the latter succeeded
in doing before tho engine had passod
over the man. The man had asked him sev
eral times during the nvcuing at what
time a train would jro to Vienna.
Four or five other witnesses wcro exami
ned, but no other facts of importance were
elicited, and tho jury's verdict was in ac
curuanco wim uie uoove statement. A
telegram was sent by the coroner to the
station agent at Vienna for information
uimceruiDgueceaauuor instructions as to the
disposal of tho remains.
ine reauers oi mis paper are cordially
invited to attond my spring opening which
comes on on Ihursday, Friday and Satur-
-1 1 it v 1 mis ...
uay, siarcn aa, sua ana 4th. I 8)An
4 1. . I I t
ikb great pleasure in snowing you tho
finest stock of goods ever exhibited in the
city. at Mrs. 8. Williamson.
H'I.a T m..i,l
a lie uvm uuiiu.
A FATE WORSE THAN ABDUCTION
HOW PAHENTS, BY A LACK Or PRECAUTION
AND CARE, AHB RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE DEATH OP TOKIK
(Camden, Me., Herald )
The moral and legal responsibility ol
parents, in the care of their children is,
fortunately, attracting the serious attention
of the better portion of the entire country,
The many instances of child beating, op
pression, and other forms of cruelty which
have come to light, demand that something
be done; and it is gratifying to know that
the people are becoming thoroughly
aroused. Whether the cruelty be in the
form of physical violence or physical ne
gleet uiitters not the principal in both
cases is the same. The man or woman who
neglects his or her own health may be par
doticd, as the consequences fall upon the
individual alone; but the parent or guardian
who permits the inroads of disease upon
the innocent ones dependent upon him for
protection, is criminally liable in the sight
of God, however he may appear in the eyes
of men. There are, however, parents that
intend to care for their children, but, who
through carelessness or the urgency of other
duties, permit them to become the innocent
victims of disease. Such parents may be
guiltless of intentional wrong, but the
disastrous results upon their children aro
just as great.
These are truths which must be manifest
to every worthy parent an) especially in a
vincinity where the unknown effects of the
atmosphere, the water and the general ten
dency to malaria are so great. There are
many families in this locality who have
been called upon to mourn untimely losses,
even when the greatest care was exercised ;
but the experience of one only will be given:
It is that of the lato W. 0. Thomas. T ie
children were all most promising, lm for
some unexplained reason their health and
sirength seemed to gradually lessen until
their friends feared they were the victims
of consumption. One by one, they sickened
and died until three had departed and two
of the surviving brothers were also taken
ill. Their names were Ilermon and Ed
ward. Hermon, however, seemed the stron
ger of the two: and, while his younger
brother was confined to the house constant
ly, and to his bed much of the time, Iler
mon was able to be about but in so weak a
condition that he had do desire to play.
Eddie's symptoms were terrible! He found
difficulty in retaining food upon bis stom
ach, was restless and irritable, and out of
his bead frequently. At various times
three different physicians visited him ; and
each one told his friends he could not live.
He finally got so low that death was only
considered a matter of a few days. At
that critical t:me his elder brothers,
aroused almost to the pitch of desperation
by the three deaths that had so recently
occurred, and the other one staring them
in the face, resolved to take the case into
thoir own hands. They accordingly did
so, and secured a remedy that was then be
ing universally used, and began giving it
to him. Its effect at first was slight, but
any improvement was considered a good
symptom. By degrees his strength re
turned; he was able to eat with a relibh,
then walk about the house; and finally
he regained complete health and
strength. The boy was bo rejoiced over
his recovery that, accompanied by the edi
tor of this paper, he went before Justice
Charles K. Millar and made oath to the
facts of his sickness as above related, and
that he was restored to perfect health by
the use of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Now, Ed ward Thomas's parents, while
they lived, undoubtedly, provided faithful
ly for the wants of all their children; and
yet tho seeds of disease had taken deep
root. Their care in one direction had been
counteracted by unknown carelessness in
another. Their love was sincere, but
wholly misdirected. They should have
known that children are just as liable to
kidney and liver diseases as grown up peo
ple; and that the fatality of Bright's dis
ease of the kidneys is just as great among
littio children as with adults. This U a
seri.ms subject. Hereditary traiN: tlio
alter consequences of measles and scarlet
fever, diptheria and the passing troubles
whii h so easily become chronic, all detnuiid
the greatett care and caution. No eve of
cholera infantum, measles, scarletiua, or
diphtheria was ever virulent while the
child's kidneys and liver woro healthy. It
would simply be an impossibility. These
important organs of the body are just form
ing within tho child and growing with its
growth; and they can be trained to
strength and health an readily as tho little
mind can bo trained to truth and upright
ness. Tho importance of carefully watching
the Blighest troubles ot the child, and es
pecially thoso affecting the kidneys and
liver, cannot be too strongly ctnpbasiaed.
Children respond bo readily to the proper
remedies and are so sensitive to disease,
that it Is a iiin to deprive them of one at
the ribk of incurring tho other. By a judi
cious treatment these essential organs can
be dcvolepod so that a strong constitution,
able to resist the inroads of disosso through
coming years, shall bo the result.
Sduscuiiikub can ohdeii Tub Bulle
tin OK THE CARRIER OR BY POSTAL CARD.
Headquarters for Druggists, PbysJcians, General Store-Keepers.
PURE DliUGS, FIISTE CHEMICALS,
Fluid Extracts, Elixirs, Ointments, Syrups, Tinctures,
And all Standard Pharmaceutical Preparations.
W hit Lead, White Zino. Colore, Dry and in Oil,
Coach Colors. Axtist'8 Tube Colors.
Prepared House Paints. Painters Supplies, "
Wax Flower Material, Alabastino,
PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES,
Oils and Varnishes. Window-Glass. Putty
GOLD LEAF and BHONZKS.
7-4 Oliio Levee aad
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
RKPURT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
t Cairo, lu the State ol Illinois, at the clou of.
March 13th, 1883.
Loina and dlicounU t 527,101 i)
Overdraft Sll 16
V. M. boadi to Bccure circula
tion... se.onn on
U. 8. buudi on hand 350 00
Other itorka, bondt anil mort-
irauna HS.KS &
Due from approved reterve
aeenu I131.?7a 01
Due from othtT National bankn U,U &3
Due from Slate bank and
bankere 21.885 11-170.MI 65
Rtal eatate 23,400 37
Current expenaea and taxca
paid 3,N7 09
Check and other cash lteina..$ 3.136 !M
llilla of other llanki Ot)
Nlrkela and pennies 4'JO 00
Gold ; fUMt 00
silver i.wi so su.mh 50
I.eiriil Tender notca 1S.IM) 00 87.68 09
Iteaumptlon fund with V. H.
t reasurer, (3 per cent, ot cir
Due from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fund 1.M0 00
Total . ... $7&8,83 41
Capita! atock paid in. ...... I KO.nno 00
Surplus Kund 130.0UO Ou-iW.OTO 00
Undivided Fronts U,m 3S
National bank notes outaiaud-
Ine 45.000 00
Individual deposits subject to
check lws.w.l i
Demandcertinratesofdeposit, 15, Ml 43
Due to other National banks. 3,558 75
Due to State banks aud
bankers W,1W 53-471,285 0
Total 17M.W1 41
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, as.
I, Thos. W. Ualltdar, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is tme to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
Thos. Vt . Hallidat, t asnier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me tbla 16th day
of Marcn, 1K4. M. J. lluwtxr, Notary public.
It. H. CUNNINGHAM, 1
i. D. WtLLiAHfoR, VDIrectors.
The Chester Tribune prompted by Tag
Bulletin's suggestion that Col. Barton, of
the Free Press, has rendered some valuable
service to the Republican party, refers to
the Col's services at some length and in a
manner that is cruel la its irony. Tnx
Bulletin was guided in its estimation of
the value of Col. Barton's services, by the
"recognition" which the leaders of the par
ty have seen fit to accord the Col. Thero
has been considerable shuffling of the po
litical "deck" sinco the election and the re
sult has given some strong proof that the
"deck" was "stocked" by, or at least in the
interest of, the Col. and his adheranta. In
Jackson county the tax-list had been prom
ised to tho Era; but the Col. frowned and
the sheriff took the hint: Tho tax list will
be published, or was published, in the Era,
but tho Col. takes one-half of the money
paid by tho county for such publication.
Now all this proves something, docs it not,
good Tribune? And to our understanding it
proves, either that Barton has rendered val
uable services and is beinrr rewarded, or
that he has given evidence of a disposition
and power to work destruction and is be
ing bought. The former conclusion iB the
more pleasant ot the two and wo are natur
ally inclined to it; will Matlack insist that
the latter is the correct one?
It might bo well to refer to the opinion
of D. H. Armstrong, Frrj., Assiutaot rust-
master, of Delta, La.; the gentleman says:
I suirerod for ninety-six hours with mumps,
and one bottle of St. Jacobs Oil cured mc
in two daySj
Tho track ot the St. Louis and Cairo
road is in very bad condition through this
county. Drift wood, heavy and in large
quantities obstructs tho track, and at sev
eral points long stretches nro turned up on
edge, the embankment being washed away
on oue side. It will probably bo a week or
longer beforo tho damage can be repairod
so as to permit the safe and regular run
nine of trains. Later. Col. Hamilton,
auperintendent of tho road, and Mr. En
glish, chief engineer, came over tho boo
from East St. Louis to within six miles of
this city, and report the track all right to
that point. They are of opinion that trains
will run as usual by the middle of next
Expression of gratitude on tho part of
tho public aro alwayB impressive and sol
emn. It Is ploasiuit to know that the peo
ple aro justly praUing the merits of Dr.
Bull's Cough Wyrup, a safe remedy for
coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup and sore-throat.
Notices in this culuiuu three lines ur ie tocenia
one Insertion or 1,( per w eek.
L'OK BALK. blanks, Chottui .Morses, Special
-- Warrant and Warranty Deeds at the Bulletin
Job office 7H- Ohio Levee
'OOD LOTS Foil BALK. -On lOtilruad street
below 6th, three lots 8, and Id, block 15. S5by
20 each, making 75 feet ou Kallruad street and iiO
feet deep. Kor particulars apply at bulletin oltlce.
UOU BALE Uwelllnn houe. small store house
J- and two lots, corner l'Jlh and Lnrust: highest
ground In Cairo. 3-l.H aw W.M. HAKIiKLL.
IVAN'rED-Commerclal Travelers and Local
" Aeenta everywhere in the I'nlted Btatea to
sell "Warren's Knttre Wheat Patent Hour," the
only true food flour"; covered bv patctts; business
exclusive. FHANKI.IN MILLS CO.,
M- HO 'lark ft., ( liicaKo, 111.
I will sell at publtesale at .he late residence of
David B. Thistlewood miles west of Pulaski,
Saturday, March 21, 1883,
commencing at 10 o'clock In the lorenorn.
I'ersonal property as follows:
HORSF.S, CATTLE, IIOG8, WAGONS,
BCdGY, DAKNESB, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Household and Kitchen Puruliurv and articles too
numerous lo aeutloo.
Terms made known on day of sale.
JOSEPHINE Til 1ST LK WOOD,
Ikt. H. lami.
IUMRT A. IX ITU.
Grand Central Store.
OA1KO. - - ILL.
IS. B. Thistlewood & P.ro.,
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEK.
mZmot- Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and KOTIOxNS,
a full line of all the latest, newest colors
and quality, aud best manufacture.
fiodv Hrnssels, Tapestries, Ingrains, Oil
Cloths, &c Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full floor and
la complete in all respects. Goods are
Snarauteod ol latest style aud best ma
ertal. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
JJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EM & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth atreet l fViim 111
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