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Into the mammoth Dry Goods establishment of J. & L.
BURGER. NOW iS tiW time;
bnV VOlir COStameS IOr tlie COmiUff Season. IttOSO WHO Jiave
a . 1 i 1 1
Tcsiea uieir oargains in iiinen uouus can wsmuv 10 uie
sincerity of their advertisement. This week they will attack
iha IUalq tlfut1a TWiivi utinoiif' nil nil cwlou Natipa nii'flfnll v
llllj ULXsOO VMVVU4 lV'Ul lJJIVIlb
what they say. They are the
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Jrraa UUUUS UlIUJ. Alien wiativ otms mawiiicuwui iiuaii-
ii, lUJiucss ui wivi ami uaucwu vr uivca vaiiiivu uu
Now they will sell cheaper
Iliet'l Hie UeCline mcy are
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iney are reauy ior action
Scatter UargaiUSOn every SlUe. Jieiliemuer IOl' 11113 WWh.
thev offer at first cost their
such as Black Silks, Colored
French Armere in all shades, Nun's Veilings, Cashmeres,
Buntings, French Diagonals, Serge and Tricos in black and
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiro In tttl column, eignt cants per line for
frataucl flra cents per Una etch subsequent Inior-
tion. for one wees.
) cents per line. For one
month, 60 cents per line
Brick For Sale.
I have now on hand plenty of brick for
Bale from my new kiln just opened.
. ... 8t . . . Jacob Klein,
Piano For Sale.
A good Bccond-hnnd piano at a bargain.
Apply to M. II. Kubne, at Cairo Opera
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 192 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
z miles trom railroad station.
E. A. Dcrnett.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Call at Mrs. S. 'Williamson's, on Sev
enth street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old hats shaped and made over
in the latest style for the small sum cf
twenty five cents. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth Btreet. All
wanner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specially.
Work done promptly. ' tf
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
curea oy on i ions Lure. We guarantee it,
Paul 0. Schuh, agent. (1)
Hope for Drnnkard.s.
My husband bad drunken habits be
could not overcome until Parker's Ginger
Tonic took away bis thirst for stimulants,
restored his energy of mind and gave him
strength to attend to busiuess. Cincinnati
J. C. Lange, East St. Lmiis, 111., says:
"Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters cured
me of indigestion."
Do Kot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really dues as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vousli for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. "We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (3)
If you need any Carpets, Lace Curtains
and Window Shades it will be to your in
terest to call on F. W. Rosenthal & Co.,
410 and 412 N. 4th st. St. Louis.
bKE a woman in another column near
Bpeer's Vmeyards, picking grapes from
which Spar's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho ue of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
tfucKien's Arnica halve
The Best Salve "n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt RLeum, Fever
bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Bkin Eruptions, and positively
caret Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
20 cents psr box. For sale by Geo. E
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions or youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood. A c l
will send a recipe that will crre you, khke
or cfiakob. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
Send a soil-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josetu T. Injun, Station D., New York
For dressing the hair, and beautifying it
when gray, nothing is so satisfactory as
markers uair jjhihsih.
Fob Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
ot Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever aod Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers.tbo "Ferro-Phosporatod Elixir of
CaUseya," mado by Caswell, Hazard & Cc.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, it the
iuujc, sou i or patients recovering irom
Fever or other sickness, it hat no equal. (1)
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
uwnpiainu enuon's Vltalizer it guaran
tutd to curs. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (2)
tlliS Week. Come at OllCO aild
n 1 j. ili'l' . a l.
fAl u&vtvo AlUtlVU vuivxuiy
acknowledged leaders in the
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than ever betore. in order to
UCieimuicu iu ocryunu
TJTi Tfi PTCOTPTT
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ami awaii uie uvioiTuiiiiy i
entire stock of Dress Goods,
Silks and Satins, Summer Silks,
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The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tneae commas, ten cents per line,
(itch Inuortlon and whether marked or not, if ralcu-
Inteu to toward anr man s buatneia lnterett are
always paid for.
Nothing of importance was done iu tho
county court yesterday.
Will Ualliday won the Bycicle cham
pionship ot the Military school at Chester,
Pennsylvania at their recent tournament.
Aurora Vapor Stoves at Davidson's.
Vice-President and General Manager
James C. Clarke, of tho Illinois Central
road, passed through the city yesterday for
Mr. George W. It. Corliss, of Metropo
lis, has decided not to sell his tobacco fac
tory, but to put it in good running order
and operate it for all it is worth in the near
The "Golden Star" and "Triumph" oil
stoves lead all others. Go to C. W. Hen
derson for them. L 6
Drs. Parker are attending the man
Healy at Bird's Point, wounded in the fight
on the ferryboat on Wednesday. They be
lieve that the man will recover, though
he is very seriously wounded. He has five
cuts, the most dangerous one being in' the
Adams & Westlake's Oil Stoves Best
on Earth at Davidson's. tf
Aldorman C. N. Hughes returned from
Metropolis yesterday, where he went on bus
iness in connection with his insurance agen
cy. Ue reports business dull there, but some
very substantial improvements in progress,
and a feeling of confidence among the citi
Refrigerators, Coolers, Freezers, etc., at
To day is the last day of grace for all
who have been notified by Street Supervisor
Devore, to tep around to his headquarters
and settle up their street taxes. Mr. Devore
has made a thorough canvass ot the city
and left notices with every one liable to
taxation. After to-day ho will take legal
steps to collect what is still due.
Tickets for the excursion on the Ella
Kimbrough Sunday are for sale at nuarly
all drug stores and book stores. Only one
hundred will be sold. it
Magistrate Comings is back home
again and on duty in his office. He need
ed rest, and finding that he would not be
permittod to enjoy It here, he went to St.
Louis. During his absenco police business
was dull and yesterday it was ditto, not a
criminal case of any kind being tried.
Only one hundred can go to Paducah
on the Ella Kimbrough to-morrow. The
boat leaves at 8 o'clock. Go early. It
The fair and festival of the ladies of
the German Lutheran church, at the 10th st.
hallThursday was well attended and was an
affair over the get-up and management and
final success of which the ladies mar feel
much elated. It was huifelv enioved bv
all who attended it, and the sum realized
by the managers was cot inconsiderable.
Andrew Lohr't Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a Dare nleasant and
wholesome temperanco beverage, Is now
sale on at the leading saloous. tf
The Wabash road has done some fine
work on Commercial avenue between
Eighth and Twentieth streets. In soma
places cavities extending cleur across the
street have been filled with gravel, making
the street even and driving easy. The road
gets more than its share of abuse; it ought
also to have credit lor what good it does.
The excursion on the Ella Kimbrough
to Paducah to-morrow promises to be a
pleasant affair tor all who will attend. The
mauugers have takon pains to make amplo
preparations to this end. it
-Mr. Fred Miller will have an import
ant position in the passenger department of
the Milwaukee St. Paul railroad, at
Milwaukee. This road comprises about 4
200 miles. Mr. Miller hat boon 111 Pairn I lit.
I tween eight and nine years, durlug alt of
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
which tiino he m bcoo connected with the
Wabash rond. Ho Is considered iu railroad
circles one of the host posted mon In the
biminess, which his long service for the
same company and repeated promotions
fully attest, lie well doserves the Impor-
tant promotion ho U about to receive and ront, not materially different from that
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will carry witn mm from here the good
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at tho warehot
i hogsheads of tobacco were sold
uhouae of Messrs. Ashbrook &
liobinson yesterday, all of which came
w lu-ntucny, some or them from new
shippers secured by Mr. Penn during his
reci)ut trip tiertii T10 price brou-ht were
$3.so to 8.?o per hundred.
-To-morrow morning at 3 o'clock an ex-
cursinn train will leave the Union depot
I nn tlwi St I..' f: mail FnrH T.rtma will fir
rive at East st. Louis at 10 a.m., and re-
turn will leave there at O p.m., anive here
the samoiy. Hound trip tickets, $3.00 ;
gooj to return on regular trains Monday
and Tuesday, thus giving three days in 8t.
Louis to view the great attractions there It-
Two negro youngters had a had fight
near the Illinois Central passenger depot last
evening. One threw a chunk of iron weigh'
in ft,,"ut half Pouni1 with 1' ''is might
I ftnrt atrni'lf hn nthpr anilarr.1 it in tnn P.llttKK.
nmkiiiL' an uclv bruise. This freak ended
the tight and the moddern youug David
was declared tho cock o' the Wilk by those
who witnessed the sport.
The survey of Ohio levee, from Four
teenth street down, was made Thursday by
engineers or the Illinois Central railroad
company. 1 his was mue preparatory to
raising the company's tracks up to the grade
established recently by the city council, viz
ntty-tour teet at f ourteenth street and a
gradual decline to titty -three feet at tho
A rumor has been afloat for several
days, to the effect that Messrs. Halliday
Bros, had disposed of the river tront just
below The llalliday.upon which the ware
house stood. There is no truth in the ru
moratall. In this connection it may not
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uui ui uruur to s.y iu.i, ..r U W0 cau
learn, the warehouse will be rebuilt, but
where and how and when has not yet been
Mr. L. B. Church has been appointed
ticket aont of :ho consolidated Wabash
and Iron Mountain roads here, vice Mr.
Fred. Miller, resigned. Mr. Church has
been seven years connected with the Wa
bash company here and has been steadily
at his post of duty. If lonir-continued.
faithful service make an employe deserving
of promotion, Mr. Church certainly deserves
his new appointment and his friends will
congratulate him. Mr. Church took charge
The fire in Missouri Thursday night
proves to have been the saw mill and corn
mill of Mr. Stephen Bird, a large, substan- I
tial concern, with fine machinery, together of being a desperate fellow and the neigji
with a large quantity of lumber and about borhood in which he has lived would con-
seven thousand bushels of corn, six thou- I
sand of which was in cribs and ono thou-
sand iu the mills. The total loss is estima-
ted at between ten and fifteen thosand
dollars, and there was no insurance on any
of the property destroye'd, so far as we
could learn. The fire was still burning
There will be the usual services in the
Presbyterian church to-morrow. It was
believed that the change of the scats in the
church, which is now in progress, would
interfcie with the service to-morrow, but
this is not the case. The benches in the
middlooftho auditorium will all remain;
those on the sides only will be removed in
order to permit the work on the wainscott-
iug to proceed. And if the centre seats shall
prove insufficient to accommodate the au-
diencc, chairs from the lecture room will
be substituted for the side hooches. Sub
bath school will also be held as usual.
Prof. S. A. Forbes, of Normal, state
cntimologist .visited several of tho fruit
plantations in Southern Illinois a few days
age), to eximino into the nature of an in
insect that has been doing serious damage
to strawberries this season, and he reports
that "the Injury to strawberries already re
ported, is due to what is properly known as
the Harnibhed plant bug' (Lygus lineola
risj, an itim-ct well known for years and
abundant everywhere, but not heretofore
known to injure tho strawberry and prevent
its filling out. The damage done is already
very serious and is still increasing."
II you want to know just where to go
to find a cool retreat for a few weeks or
months, during tho "heated term" of IM,
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-.. . ... uwiiiiums preuii nous in
vainer propneis, send your full address,
aud six cents in postage stamps to A.V. II
carpenter, General Passenger Ageut Chi
cago, Milwaukee it St. Paul Railway, at
Milwaukee, Wis., and he will furnish you
aliBtofjiiHt such pluces, togothor with a
book, entitled "A Ruconnaisgauco of the
Golden Northwest." A limited supply ot
these books are now for free distribution at
the ticket office of J. H. ,t()tl08 thi dfyi
Pleaso call early.
-George W. Cable, in bit chapter of
Creo history in tho century for Juot, men
tions au early suggoster of jetties, at follows:
"One of the ninny dovolopmonts of com
merco, unforseen by New Orleans in her
days of over confidence was in the Increase
io the tizo ot tua golng vessels. It had been
steady and rapid, but wat only teon when
tho larger vessels had begun to thun tho
ban and mudlumptof the rlvor'i mouths.
Iu 1752 there were, for weeks, nearly tor.
ty ships aground there, tulTurlng detention
SAT U HP AY MORNING,
I ot from two dsys to eight weeks. It ii tru',
some slsck-bandud attention had been giv-
en to thoso bars from the earliest times.
Even In 1721, M. do Pauger, a French en-
gineur, had rocotnmouded a system for
scouring them away, by confining the cur
wtiicii proved so succeHsful ono hundred
and fifty years later."
Mr. Peter Nell' has now positively de
termined upon rebuilding the Planters
house property. He has already one hun
dred and twenty-five barrels of lime and
one hundred barrels of cement ready for
use in the building, and he will have work
commenced in a little while now. so aa to
have the houses ready for occupancy before
tho close of the summor. He will have the
houses built by day labor, furnishing all
the material himself, which bo believes to
be the more economical plan. The new
houses will be of the samewidth and length
as before, twenty-five Piet widu each and
one hundred and twenty feet long; but
they will be two stories high above the
leveo only to the depth of fifty feet from
the front, the remainder to ba only one
story above the levee.
i lie particulars ot the tragedy at
at llodgos Park Thursday forenoon, of
which brief mention was made in yester
day's paper, are about as follows: The negro
had agreed to do a job of work for Messrs,
George and Edward Hodges, brothers of
Sheriff Hodges, in consideration of which
he was to receive a steer. But he obtained
a loan of the steer before he had commenced
the work and then paid no attention to bis
agreement. The work remainod undone
and on Thursday Messrs. Hodges and i
third white man went to the negrvi, to eitb
er insist upon the performance of the work
agreed upon or to take back the steer. The
negro talked saucily at first, bait dually
consented to give up tbo steer. The steer
was in the negro's yard and oa of the
white men opened the gate whilo the other
weut iu to drive the animal, out- but was
met by the negro with a club, who, with
the remark "I've rmt vnn inat wh.jro I aunt
BQW d r j... . . .
here," came toward him with uplifted club
to strike. Hodges retreated, but was fol
lowed up, when he drew his revolver and
V a. a
nreu. immediately alter the eiiot was
fired, the negro, who is a great, stunt fellow,
dropped his club and made a rush at
Hodges, grappled with him, wrenched the
pistol from his hand as from a child's, and
was making desperate efforts to discharge it
at Hodges' head, when the latter 'a brother
came to his assistance and shot tbo negro
onco with such effort that he relebieJ his
bold upon Hodges and is believed to bo in
danger ot death. These are the facta as
given by eye witnesses and they proved the
action ot Messrs. Hodges to havit been so
clearly a case of self-defense that no arrests
were made. The negro has the reputation
aider itself blessed in bis removal.
A correspondent of a St. Louis paper
writes concerning the condition of gulf at
mouth of tho Atchafalaya as follows: "The
gulf is very shallow for many miles from
the mouth of the AtcJialaya, wliilo it is
very deep at very little distance from any
one of the mouths of the Mississippi.
it is perhaps not far trom the truth to say
that if the Mississippi should change its
course or 8 down the Atchafalaya, the
mouth of tho Atchafalaya in 100 years and
Perhaps in 50 year would be 100 miles
father out in the gulf then it is tit present,
The vasts deposits of the Mississippi pass-
lDS nto the gulf through the Atchafalaya
Wou'd fill up the gulf in the neighborhood
of tne riv'' comparatively short time,"
aD( commenting upon this paragraph, Mr.
R. S. Elliott, a member of the Mississippi
river commission, makes tho following
strong points: "These facts may disturb
the serenity with which Col. Miles contem
plates the entire destruction of Jfew Or
leans as a seaport serenity extremely
soothing in the rush of our daily struggle
for bread things, but we can't be b ftppy all
over. Tho sago in tho story of Rasselas
was ofteu purplexed with the difficulty of
regulating tho weather, and the sage of
Helena will, I trust, endure patiently the
trouble he will have to get his "largest
ocean steamers" into or out of the Atchafa
laya. While the Commercial Gazette of
Cincinnati, edited by Mr. Ilalstcod, is com
menting tho friendly relations between
that city aod the peoplo of tho great valley,
and lrrcsistably attracting their patronage
to its homo readers by insane hostility to
"nuicB iur nuupiuir opuu um uiuuiu
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c, for Improving its channels, and for
protecting tho alluvial region from disas
trous floods, by appropriations alike within
the scope of the constitution and the cap
acity of tho treasury wo may as well look
squarely at the two facts: First That tho
Atchafalsya threatcna to carry off, a short
time hence, the entire volumo of the Missis
sippi. Second That such desertion of its
present bed by the Mississippi d'oos not
mean only tho destruction of tho jetties,
but the absolute destruction of tbo river as
as a highway of commonco to tbo soa."
Tub Bulletin givot no assurince of
any kind to any one, as to what action the
city council will take with referonco to or
under the Lincgar bills, or whether or not it
will take soy action. Tub Bolletin is
not the city council's' keeper and Is not
disposed to dictate to it, or to anticipate it.
Ton Bulletin morely takes what It be
lievott to bo a calm, common-sense view of
the situation and can tee (no good reason
for oxorcbriog itt Imagination to conjure up
MA ? 26, 188.
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND uVcORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS
The Only Natural and Durable,
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND'
SOMEU AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER
ANY HOUSEKKKPffU CAN; APPLY it.
OVER :pLD WALL PAPEIMi) .
1 he result is surprising, as it obliterates
nor cause a wnnklo or blister in the paper: and tbo room is made proof against bui
etc., by brushing Alabastine in the cracks and around the casings nod base, where
sots like stone. J3yRoady for use by adding hot water. Fifty cents worth of A.
"in iiivci u iuuare jeruo lit avurau win wuu two coais; anu one COBl Will pi
um,u ueuur worn man can oe aone wiwqn
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints
Barclay " Brothers,
Cor. 8th St. ft Wash. Ave;
Noilcoa In thin column ibrw llooa or ! '.Ocanii
one tnanrtiua or 11. (W per weulc.
IjHmSAI.K. Hlanka. Chattal Morgana, Hpcolal
Warranty and Warranty Died a at tha Builulln
Job office '
rn i ,
r A N'I'KD A girl to on the cooklnx and (tenVr
" al bonne work. Apply at the corner of I lth
and Cedar Htreet
troubles of a nature entirely foreign to any
circumstance of the present, or even near
future so far as can be judged. The
Bulletin thinks that it has aa much reason
to believe that the city council will do
nothing to injure the city, as tho Argus has
that it will perhaps it may say, it hat
more reason. On our side we admit that
Mr. Linegar's bills were evidently careful
ly prepared, were, probably, the results of
weekj of labor, were perhaps not the
product of a sinzle brain and were doubt
less not originated and passed without any
purpose at all. But the Argut must ad
mit that they give no important power to
the city council that It did not have before
they were passed, and this admission will
let all the wind out of that paper's inflated
scare-crow, bo tar as we cao judge now
House Bill 41? was passed principally if
not exclusively, in order to make the ex
pense of any improvement of the nature
contemplated by It, easier to bear on the
part of the holders of property abutting
such improvement. And this doet not
necessarily imply that soch improvement
must be made now, and that it must con
siBt of raising the grade of the entire city,
and that such grade must be above the
level of the levees. To our mind the bills
are not of "the wbole-hog or-nothiog" kind
We are of opinioa that the city council
could, for instance, simply reqo!x the
owners of lots now below the
level of the present grade of the
city, to fi'l them up to said present grtle
and to avail themselves of the twentyjtr
bond clause in the bill if they are not finan
cially able to do the work when required.
We are of opinion that the city council
coull require only a single square at a time
filled in this way, and that it could even re
frain from requiring anything at all done at
any time. We are, in Bhort, of the opinion,
that Mr. Lioecar'a bills do not
necessarily prevent the city coun
cil of any city from using
a moderate amount of good horse sense and
exercising ordinarily good judgement, in de
termining upon any action under them; and
as Cairo is fortunate in having a council of
men, who are in the habit of exercising there
good qualities, at least upon all important
occasions, we anticipate nothing unreasona
ble and violent. The Argus has dealt very
much in imaginings, has drawn vivid pencil
pictures of what would be the result of cer
tain violent acts not contemplated by either
of the bills in question or the framers there
of, and saught thereby to create a prejudice
against them; but it has studiously omittad
saying what, in Its opinion, the council
ought to do under all the circumstances.
Will it now please enlighten us ; a little on
A driver whoso namo is Joe Qlane,
When badly frostbitten in Maine,
(Wouldn't wear his shoe,
Ho what did ho do?
Ht. Jacobs Oil cured his chilblain..
A $20,00 BIBLE REWARD.
Tho publishers of Rutlodge' Monthly
oiler twelve valuable rewards in their Month
ly for June, among which is the following:
We will givo $20.00 in gold to the per
son telling us which is the shortest verse
u tho Old Testament Scriptures by June
10th, 1883. Should two or more correct
answers bo received, the, reward will be
divided. The money will l,be forwarded
to the winner June 15th, 1883. Persons
trying for the reward must send 20 cents
in Bilvor (na postage stamps taken) with
their answer, for which tbey will receive
the July Monthly, in which the name aod
address of the winner ot the reward and the
correct answer will be published, and in
which several more valuable rewards will
be offered. Address; Rutledge Publishing
Company, Easton, Penn. ;
I havo been a suftercr tor years with Ca
tarrh, and under-a physelan's treatment for
over a year. Elys' Cream Balm gave me
immediate relief. I believe I am entirely
cured. G.S.Davis, First National Bank,
Elizabeth, N, J,
Material rKnownfor the Pup
all stripes snd colpis, covers patches and w
coa i, any emier preparation, on tne sa
and loarn our prices. s? '
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Our, wagons are now delivering
DISTILLED WATER iq
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and asst
you mat we will serve you regalai '
full weights at
lbs. and upward, 4'h
than 100 lbs., 51?
Leave orders at our Factory, '
Telphone .No. 98.
Everybody is invited
come and see the model Ii
The.Distilled Water Ice Ig,
iy and lWCommer
DRY GOODS and NOTION ;
a fall line of all the Utet, nswett color j !
and qotllty.tnd bent mtnufatture. I
Hod BrntMln, Tipeitrlet, Ingrain, Oil J i
Clolbi, Ac, Ac. M
i in ii r i i .
mi ana beets
This Detriment occaplei full flo r and I
it complete In all repoct. Goo4 are
Kturenteed ot latest tjl aod beet ma- I
Bottom Prices and First-class Good
Chop on HallldHT Avenue, between nurth l
Hlitli Htruets, Cairo, Ulluoif .
tar All klndi ot light and heavy blnckamtthln
wagon and carrlags work done tn the tuoi-t wot
manlike manner. iiorHe-abocinE s specialty at s
J-m E. INOE,
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