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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
KHTKHKI) AT Till FOHT OPriC IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, All BKCONfrCLAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTT
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peratnre 4:. ; lUliiffll.O.sr nch--i;
River. 34 feet 4 tuchm, Kl 1 feel. 6 j"
ere'i 81gnl Curpt. D. a. A.
WIiviinli"r.rii aolldl.'rt liy my friend and by a
Er,.at number of citizen who hvo heretofore been
Soed to mo, 10 hkhiu become ft V"! t,
tl . mayoralty. f the city of Cairo I hereby an
ounce V'' for that poHitloti. M- .t'iMK to the
vot.-r. of Cairo to do a heretofore, not to hirk
nir duty In the hour of peril, and 'uro t hem that
"if my action. elinll be to the Intere-t of Cairo and
ber cftU.D.. I remain "kTwlSTKR,
PIi(MiHf8. SPREAD TUB
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Caiiio. March 17th, IV1.
To tho voter -f the city ol Cairo:
At the rcqi uf nmuy citizen the underlined
om-ribl aervlcea to lh iuilependaiit voter of
talma a candidate for the office of mayor. The
city require a man of commercial experience,
lut a; thin time. turn we are o fixed ly unl..n
and for;ln Interference in our bttmneit mami.
ment on thi i!rei A iii.-ri. ini continent, and in the
name of Wa-hliitftnn. Jt.-nVn.Hii, aud JnrKuii. iiud
lit the name of Hie tin-al Inioi Greenback Lab r
eland.' Vox p pll-vox Iel,
Party, for truth, lU'iico ana equal n'i "...
I)r !'. R. CLARKE.
Mr Editor: , . .
At lh earm-ft aollcltation of many cltueti- Irre
ppecilveof color or politico. I have eoiiaented to
become a candidtu-lor throfllco of City Clerk,
and respectfully aak the active aud willing upport
of all who are lav..rable to my candidacy
J NO. 0. dIHU.
Cairo, 111.. March Hub, 11.
Unvlnz been solicited by anumlier of my fric da
all over the city to become a candidate for city cl1 W
In the corutDK city election, 1 hereby, In compli
ance with the wihe thu exprefmed, announce
mvaelf a a candidate for thU office, and hope that
ajlmy friend, will aland by me. uu.
We are a tboriatd to annonncc Mr. JOHN
. WILKEIISON asacadidato for City Cle k in
the April election.
poll POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Pleaae announce me a a candidate for re-election
to the olllce of Police Maelnrate at the enming
city.lectl.-n. ""CKo'if! OLMSTED.
We arc anthor!r.ed to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS aa a candidate for the offlco of Police
Mautat rale for the city of Cairo at the comm.' city
JOR CITV TREASURER.
tr,i:.n nll..tln HI..... innininrp mv nam.- aa an
Independrnt candidate for the otlkc of City Treaa
urer at the ennuiuu city election ,.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In Oil column, flvo cent a per line, each
I noertiun. For ouu mouth, W ccula per line.
5i?" Sew York. J.H
KAUl.Y KOSE SEKD.
Just received 150 bblsof New York
Eirly Ilose Seed Potatoes. Direct from the
Last, choice beeu.
New Y'oiik Store.
Closin? Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladi"s'
and Chiklrcns' sewed and pegged Hoots ami
Shoes, I have .determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make roonifor an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before pun basing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invito all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kocn.
No. 1(0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
Hud Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred 1 Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct troin the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gull'. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and tish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. BoiiKiiT Hewitt, Ag't.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the ollke, 1200 leaves to the
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my office from H o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of
receiving the same. 1 here is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and sec.
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, III., March a, 1881.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilektogrsph use, for sale at The Bulletin
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, gores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale tiy Gko. K. O'Hara
Notice of Partnership.
We bate thii day entered into a co part
nership for the purpose of carrying on tho
Kas-fittinK and plumbing business, and we
would respectfully solicit a share of Cairo
work in this line. C. B. Newland.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter's IIouso and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate- any
number ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in every respect to those ot any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any oifo in the city.
IlOTTO & OAZZOLA.
The most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near tho comer of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, Hiid none but the
best artists in thnt lino of industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or bhtunpoon should call at
the parlor of Wm. Alba.
Try them. At New York Store for 12 J
cents per lb very tine for breakfast. Also
Deep Sea fresh Mackerel in 5 lb cans.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal pioiuptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
l-f Seed. Seed. -J
Kn!l line of Irish Garden and Field
Si.l inst rci.i ivtd. Clnver Seed, White
Onion Setts, Stigr Corn. Timothy -ed,
.. . a . i. r ..... 11.... Iff.,.. r.r..
Kea union ecus, cT,y t .-., "'ucvim
Seed, Potato, IllacK Wax IVaus. and other
kiuds; Sweet Corn, Corn ilill lieans, seen
Oats. Our seds ure fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
New Y'ork Store.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
A car load or choice Michigan Apples
just received and for sale by G. M. Aluen,
7a Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supj,!y of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth & Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p.
in. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
Moisted varnished, aud paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
iLfirpfi run be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Otner meats ol tno west quainy
also always on hand. Call upon Fred If
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
v, .... in thean i-rilnmiia. ten ceiita tier line.
each insertion. Marked
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
-The Illinois Central railroad track is
planked as far as Twelfth street, and the
work still goes on.
Mr. Win. Kluge is having a new fence
built in front of his house on Poplar street,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 5'1
Ohio Levee. 4
Edison declares his electric light per
fected and is ready for propositions from
On Wednesday, 26of the banks re-de
posited $2,.rj25,0OO in bonds as security for
The examination of the Thirteenth St.
school, Miss Hotchkiss, will take place to
morrow forenoon ami not in the afternoon
Choice Wisconsin Butter in nino-
pound packages, for sale, by 0. H. Jackson
-The stalwarts are reported to have nearly
convinced the president that an extra ses
sion is necessary. Blaine talks openly
about it and suggests the middle of May
us the time.
We are informed that a committee of
the temperance people recently waited on
ex-Mayor Winter to ask what his Intentions
were how he stood on tho temperance
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notico
at Tim Bulletin office.
Thelittotwo year old child ot Mr.
Peeler, living on Twentieth Btreet, dlod
night before last and will bo taken to
Dongola at eleven o'clock this forenoon for
-On first page will J0 een tho adver
tiscment of Mr. J. (J. Clark, tho grocery
dealer on Eighth street. Hl t0ck is new
and fresh and all persons are recommended
to call and cxumlno his goods.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Tho Alice Oates company performed
to a fair audience at the atheneum last
evening. The play was well rendered by
the company and received all the applause
it merited. Each actor understood and
acted his or her part well.
Mrs. S. Williamson has received a full
line of spring novelties, also a full line of
spring hats, latest style and fashion. Call,
see and price her goods.
Burger Bros., of the Palace clothing
house, have purchased a pair of nobby
looking dummies, who stand guard on
either side of the entrance to the store,
displaying samples ot what may bo had
The damages, sustained by Mr. Frank
Schuh in the recent Charleston fire, were
estimated at one hundred and seventy-five
dollars by tho agent of the insurance com
pany and the money was paid to Mr. Schuh
The Democrats of Quincy, Ills., have
nominated a prominent citizen named Ew
ing as their candidate for mayor in opposi
tion to Webster, the present incumbent, who
has made himself very objectionable to the
people of the city.
Mr. W. M. Davidson, the Eighth street
tinner, has received a large lot of hot
house plants of every discription. It com
prises a great variety of flowers, shrubs,
trees, vines, etc. Cull and exaniiue his
In our special l eal column will be
seen the partnership notice of Messrs.
Newland & Kelch, plumbers and gas
fitters, to which we call the reader's atten
tion. The gentlemen named arc experts in
their line of business.
The other day a Campbelite prescher
called on the president and urged his pro
fession and denomination as grounds for
being taken care of. The president kindly
informed him that the government was not
a church organization.
We will offer on Monday morning one
lot of 5000 yards Hamburg Edging and
inserting at 50 cents on the dollar. This
will be a rare opportunity to secure your
Spring Supply ot these Goods at halt the
ususal prices. C. It. Stuart.
A dispatch trom Nashville, Teniu
dated 17th of March, says: "Frank Badg
ett, recently fireman on the Nashville, Chat
tanooga A St. Louis railroad, committed
suicide with laudanum to-day. He has a
sister living at Cairo, 111."
The Young Folks temperance club
meets at Reform Hall to-morrow evening
and will give a free sociable at which sand
wiches and coffee will bo mixed with the
programme. A large attendance and an
unusually good time are anticipated.
The employes of the Sprinfield roll
ing null publish a lenghty circular in the
Morning Monitor, setting forth their prin
ciples rd the justness of their demands.
From it it is seen' that they demand no
more than is paid by other similar institu
tions in tho state.
The agents of the several insurance
companies in which the stock and buildinu
of Mr. Paul G. Schuh are insured arrived
yesterday and immediately begun the ad
justment of his losses. It is likely that Mr.
Schuh will commence work on the ruins
The St. Louis & New Orleans trans
portation company's steamer, John Means,
blew up at C o'clock Thursday night at
almut 80 miles this side of Memphis, and
now lies sunk in the river. She had an en
tire crew of 2 men, four of whom were
missing. John Seals, two firemen and a
On Thursday last Hon. D. T. Linegar
spoke for an hour and a-half in the Illinois
legislature in favor of adopting the minor
ity report on the revenue bill introduced by
himself, and it was one of the ablest and
most elaborate speeches of the session.
But the minority report was lost by a vote
of 513 to 09.
Mr. F. A. Trousdale, in the last num
ber of the Metropolis Democrat, complains
bitterly of tho failure of the packet compa
ny to properly attend to the delivery of the
mail between that city and Cairo. He
threatens to petition the government for
the establishment of a mail line between
Paducah and Cairo.
Tho Bale of certuin bitters ought to have
a great boom in Kansas. Tho attorney
general of tho state, applied to for an opin
ion as to the sale of drugs having alcohol
in them, decides that the new prohibitory
law does not interfere with the sale of legi
mate drugs and medicines, the court alone
determining whether a thing is a drug or
On the twenty-fifth of April next Mr,
John Koehler will have been married twen
ty-five years and ho intends to celebrate tho
event in an appropriate manner. Mr,
Koehler was married in Cairo and is tho
only German who has lived hero for that
long a timo. The advent of his silver wed
ding will be looked forward to with much
interest by his many friends.
Tho layer of small, broken stone lias
been placed upon a portion of Eighth street,
and it seems that, if left thus, it can not fail
to mako a most substantial pavement. It
may bo well, however, to spread a thin
layor of good small gravel over tho top of
this in order to render tho small rock less
liable to displacement. When finished
there can bo no doubt but that Eighth
street will not nood tho attention of tho
, Btreet committee very much.
Mr. Harry Walker had a lot of lum
ber hauled to the comique yesterday pre
paratory to making some important im
provements in the rear end of the comique.
Tho stage w ill be raised somewhat higher
than it now is, and made larger iu every
way so that actors may have more room.
The change will have a good effect gener
ally. Tho Illinois State Register of the 17th
inst, contains tho following: "Tho Hon.
ThomaaW. Halliday, of Cairo, cashier of
the Halliday Brothers bank, and an active
Southern Illinois democrat, will probably
give his views upon the revenue question
before the house committee. Mr. Halliday
has a high reputation as a revenue expert
and has materially aided Alexander county
in its financial affairs. lie will probably
visit Springfield next week."
We are now showing the largest, best
selected ami cheapest stock of Spring
Dress Goods, Trimmings, etc., ever shown
in this market. We extend a cordial in
vitation to every buyer of Dry Goods to
favor us with a call, and we will take
pleasure in showing them through our
stock. We are offering decided novelties
in Dress Goods, not to bo found elsewhere.
See our great bargain in Black and Col
ored Silks at $1.00. C. R. Stuart. ,
Draper's Mammoth Uncle Tom's Cabin
combination will be hero on next Tuesday
and Wednesday nights, March 22d and 2d,
and our people will be treated as they have
never been before. It is the best and
largest company that travels, having sever
al new features and special attractions in
the performance. Prices of admission are
only twenty-five and thirty-five cents. Mr.
De Grath, the agent of the company, was
here yesterday, making arrangements for
Crockett, the desperado, has certainly
escaped, or been released. The rumor as
reported in yesterday's Bulletin was
strengthened yesterday by the affirmation
of Mr. Wm. Creighton, who keeps a hotel
at Bird's Point and who claims that tho
man lodged at his house over night before
last and ate breakfast with him yesterday
morning. He was arrested on the testi
mony of one Roberts, who wai caught and
tried some tune ago and who confessed to
having been engaged in "shoving the
queer," at the same time implicating
Crockett. How this man Crockett made
his escape is not known, butthe suppositions
generally expressed here and ovr the
river are not very favorable to the oflicers
w ho had him in charge. However lightly
the escape of this man may be regarded by
people here it is certain that, in Missis
sippi county, Mo., it is looked upon as a
calmity by all good citizens, for it is firmly
believed that all who had any hand in his
capture, or even indulged in exultation over
it, are not sate now that he is free again.
Mr. John 8. Campbell, a member of
the large and wealthy cotton seed oil com
pany, whose factory burned down at Hick
man some time ago, was in the city yester
day and the day before, looking at the city
and consulting with some of our prominent
citizens, with a view to determining upon
a good location for tho company's next
mill. He was favorably impressed with
the city and we have no doubt, but that his
attention was called to all
Cairo's natural and other advantages as
a commercial point. It is bis desire to
get a location for the mill that will be
within easy reach cither from the river or
the railroads, and as such be seemed to
favor the lots lying on the cast side of
Commercial avenue between Twelfth and
Fourteenth streets, where they would have
the Illinois Central railroad on one side and
the Cairo and Vincenneson the other, and
the Ohio river also very near at
mud. Other cities have not
stood idly by when they learned thut the
oil company was seeking another location
for their large establishment. Union City
offereil to donate to them the taxes on their
property for ten year3 if they locate there
and Hickman, in order to induce the com
pany to reestablish the mill there, offers to
donate a tract of ground two hundred feet
square iu a central portion of the town.
This ought to awaken our citizens and
council to action, for a manufacturing
establishment such as the company of
which Mr. Campbell is the representative,
intends to erect and maintain, with tho
capital to insure its successful manage
ment, is not to be sneered at and the oppor
tunity to get it hero should not be allowed
to pass us by unnoticed. Mr. Campbell
stated yesterday that tho company's week
ly pay-roll, when the mills were in opera
tion, was about thrco hundred dollars
employing from forty to fifty hands
constantly. The buildings wercof great bIko;
one wing being ono hundred and ninety
feet long by eighty wide, another fifty feet
wide by one hundred long etc. About
eight lots will be required hero in order to
accommodate the buildings, which arc to
be of brick.
Regular services will be hold in all our
churches to-day, which should be well at
tended. Reverends Hess or Talbert will hold
Baptist services in Reform hall this morn
ing and evening.
. Rev. Armstrong arriyed yesterday after
noon aud conducted services in the Presby
terian church in tho evening.
A German pastor from Glconda arrived
in Cairo yesterday and will conduct ser
vices in the German Lutheran church on
PHMIX Willli STORE,
GEO. E. O'HARA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue (
and Eighteenth Street, f
Thirteenth street this morning. In the
evening English services will be held by
Rev. E. Knappe. The public is invited.
A very interesting temperance meeting
will be held in the Methodist church this
afternoon instead of the usual Sunday
school. Mr. C. Pink will deliver an ad
dress, reciting what ho heard and saw dur
ing his trip to Europe, which, it
is expected, will bo of the great
est interest to all. Mr. M. Eastcrday
and others will also speak. Altogether it
will undoubtedly be one of the most enter
taining Sunday afternoon meetings tbtre
has ever ln-en in Cairo.
The little ct'.ihl of Mrs. B. Y. George is
Mr. F. M. McCallcn, ot Dongola, was in
Mr. Charles Hammond, of Sandusky, was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. J. Burger returned from New Y'ork
Miss Rabb, of Paducah, Ky., is visiting
Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Caligher.
Mr. Frank Sehuckers and family left for
Bloornington, Ills., yesterday afternoon.
Messrs. M. Glascock and P. Davis, of
Tiptonville, Tenn., were in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. Mart Herman and wife, of Ullin,
111., were registered at the Hotel de Winter
Miss Hattie McKee who has been visitiag
friends in Anna, Ills., for several days, re
turned yesterday evening.
The children of Mrs. Dr. Marean who
have been very sick for some
time arc rapidly recovering.
Mr. George Poor, son-in-law of Squire
Osborn, who has been in Cairo for several
lays, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. C. H.Footcis in the city and will
remain several days, visiting at the resi
dence of Mr. Wood Rittenhousc.
Miss Nannie Thompson, daughter of
Capt. H. V. Thompson, leaves to-morrow
for Nahhville, Tenn., for a visit of several
weeks among friends.
Hon. D. T. Linegar arrived here from
Springfield yesterday morning. He leaves
again to-night in order to attend the meet
ing of the legislature to-morrow.
Mr. L. B. Church is in Patoka, Ind., bis
former home, where he was called by the
severe illness of his father, Doctor Church,
who has buffered from paralysis for the past
M.-ssrs. J. W. Black and W. W. Rober-
son, of St. Lpuis, Mo.; Wake Hubble, of
Cincinnati, O ; D. M. Johnson, of Denver,
Col., were among the guests at the Hotel
do Winter yesterday.
Miss Hattie Rearden and Mrs. Whitacker,
wife of conductor Whitacker on the Iron
Mountain road, who have been visiting in
St. Louis for some days will return to-day.
It is expected that Miss Louise Hook, sister
ot Mrs. Dr. Carter, will accompany them
The Alice Otites company, consisting of
Miss Alice Oates, Miss Mane Richardson,
Messrs. Jno. F. Gorman, J. II. Jones, Sam'l
W'atkins, Alex. Ilaig, Stuart Harrold, Har
ry Pepper, Charles Allison, Marc II. Pack
ard and (.'has. Bowens, stopped at the
Planters House yesterday.
Among the guests at the Planters House
yesterday were: Messrs. W. F. Reid and
Frank .Norman, of Chicago, 111.; Frank
Bills, ol the Illinois Central railroad ; T. J.
Neeley and wife, of Blandvillc, Ky.; J. E.
Quarlcs, of Doniphan, Mo.; C. M. McLane
and wife, of Dexter, Mo.
Judge Olmsted disposed of several
drunks yesterday. Only that and nothing
The only important case that came up
and was disposed of in tho county court
yesterday was that of George Robertson,
who was charged with permitting gambling
in his saloon on Washington avenue, near
Eighth street. Ho was acquitted.
Cumeron Nickolls, tho citizen from Ful
ton, Ky., and tho negresses, Lizzie Norman
and Tennessee Bandy, were up before Squire
Comings yesterday morning, tho woman
being charged with robbing the said Nick
olls of eighty dollars. But tho complain
ant was not certain whether the woman
took tho money or not, and lienco they
were discharged, and Cameron was vory
properly reprimanded for his bad behavior
while away from homo.
A meeting of colored peoplo was call
ed at Thomas Clark's leveo saloon late
last night for the purpose of gi''"8
tho first notu nt excitement in the city elec
tion that is soon to bo. A largo crowd was
present which was ad.lressod by Bqulro
Comings, T. J. Korth, Henry Winter and
David Payne. Mr. Winter eiprossod
himself a firm advocate ot
republicanism in all its toriat.
Adtmrtutmenlt in mmfimrti (not tutinin card-)
tffivtttntiorlui m tki, column, 10 ctnlt tack in
urtun. FOR 8 ALE.-One large tank, capacity fifty bar
rel!; and on .mailer, to good order, made of
oak wood. Apply t
WANTED -Everybody to have money and
have tholr furniture repaired .and varmihed
hy D. V. King. Bhop opponlte conrt tiou.e. Or
der! by mail ur at the ihop will bavu prompt atten
FOR8ALE -The beautiful coimge and lot on
Tenth Street. Apply to Mrs. .McLean at her
milliner .tore on Eighth street.
A COOKING STOVK for aale.wtth two iron pou,
two hake pan. and two griddle; will bo .old
forten dollar. Apply at Hulk-tin olllce.
WANTED- Partner with a .mall rnpltal to en
BRBo In a paylnir nianufMcturln hutluc. Ao
ply at Ho. SI Ohio Levee.
U"R RENT Room., furnlclnd or nr.fiiriil.hed
with or without hoard, at' rrs.unable ratea
Apply at Bulletin building.
A T II K N K II M
Tuesday and Wednesday
MARCH 22 AND 23.
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Patenting hi new ver.lon of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
L1FK A MONO TIIK LOWLY
eWeral JLoubIe Company, Grand
Scenic Effect, Celebrated Trick
Donkey "Jerry." Two Mam
moth Trained Bloodhounds,
The Majfiolia Jubi
PRICES OP AOMI8SION, We. and ttc. N0 ex
tra charge for Re rved eatt.
Matinee Wednesday at 2 p. ni.
Keata on vale at Uartman't.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL S0BTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER Jk SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth tret 1 (nvt Til
Commercial Arena Villi U, 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'fl PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street andLeyee,
JUX PURCUASKIt a NOTICE.
T. J. B. Flint and M. A. II. O. Ollburt, and all
other lntertd, are heir hy notified that ou tbo
IMthdar of June. A. D., lHTD. at a tax alo of real
tati,htild at the outh weaterly door of the coun
ty court hone. In tnecltyof Cairo, In ald county
and late, by the then BlicrlfT and ui-nruclo culler
tor of late, In and for ald county, W. II Gilbert
became the Prcbaor of lot nnmbnred eleven In
block numbered twenty In theclty of Cairo, In Mid
county and late, taxed In the name tr II. O. Ull
bort. and of lot numbered twelve and tnlrtuun Iu
block timborrd twenty In tho city of Cairo, In
aid county and ttn, taxed In tho name of M, A.
All. O. Gilbert, for the atatn, county, dlatrlct
gchool and corpora lion of the city nt Cairo tiuim
taxed tborenn for the year, A.D.,IH7H, and that th
time of redemption from ld ale expire ou tho
WthdayofJuue, A.O., 1HH1.
W. U. UILBK11T, l'urchnaor.