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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 173.
eHeial raper ( the 'lr
Oaatf. ,Jr Mornlne; Dull
pr rb l.licHn Koiilhprn llllnola,
JjUH iLOOtmLY, Editor and Publisher
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' MM' pries of the Wbiklt Cairo Bcllitw
'tvOasj Vbtllt per annum; maklm; ft the
w?4tpMif P' illueliiHouttiern Hllnol
- Btle; mitllrr on try ng.
Tijb late ttorm't have done much darn
er in crnpiln U the localities which tbey
Ths DiraicraUof Jackson county will
hold no convention thU faU iho Repub
licans will. An Interning political con
Wl Is to take place In tbat,county, wo
predict. Brother Luoa will very nrbbab-
. 1 LI. .f.l. . . .t.i
nau inn i iiini proDiotiity 01 ond or
j & i. . . . i
,atM aaiepeodeat Candidates for ono or
ore or iBe.cfflce.
A "fltarveloua itory" it laid to bo cur
itnt In Washington, about tbo discovery
or 'new motive power, which the same It
It Water, and which U to supercede lUara
on rallruadi. etoam tiui.li t Tit. .l.n
tatd that .Tom Scott bat the now discovery
In band and pronounces it a success. Wo
are with Tom and bellere be will make It
I to. Money mikei the mare eo, and Tom
I Boon bat money enough to mike water or
any leing else go,
Tbe governor of Aitsstsslppt has Inau
guratedaoew custom In that statu: ho
If rant leevee of abience to convicts In the
penitentiary, tome of which run ar-cording
lo tba gSod 1 conduct, and others are
lengtfcaned or" ihortened, at suits the con.
hreneleecetor pleasure of tbs executive
1 1 bit ti'iometblng neir under tbo tun, but
I a It lekti place In a Southern Kate, tbcro
Hi nothing tn Le done or i aid about it, ci
I cipt to'i'mVe a note on't."
rTsi Emperor Willi. ra, when his health
Jl precarious, ii uld to be very
' fuptrimleoi, and ai fearful of death at a
1 Umi4 girl,-How tad that royalty hu to
infer, not only the common UU of human
If y, bat en death iuelf. Out 10 It Ii and
ltb ruler' of tbo German omnlre. four
Soora yar, of age ii powt-rlcu be
ora fh t'lnv taMM
r t - - - " A v ISIIVII R.
07 eoramon cay jaoorer, ana
.wvu ..i.Kitvun lue pause. noiBut
Oviatwo thousand now po.tal routos
k.iub nai lULivnsm Lnu I uniirnn finn
rr ; i. i f r . i i
wiiujjHSd vou-un oi inQ numoer oi
ucn luuiBi.. jub rimi nnitr .rn m.trinn.
Hn.th Sootbern and Western slatesi
Tai third gift concert for tbu bonoflt of
L. t . . ...
fi.tnl.tlr l. V mirilin lll.afo was at rtntrt
Are tt.uuitQ(l dollfvn. A foitrtli ronenrt
prini-ctcd and tho
. 11 hircftuv nuniiinHa.
Urgeit prlzala two hundred and
Wty thouund dollr( finotbor of ono bun-
' -f wvuvi4Ju tab ili v uviiuii a
tXf.m. .arn T r IT a I a ky. 4 . ( .1 ...a 1 n a
n rvmniitii an k .. . i i. i J
I LKin IM III l(W . kLLi. . . .1 a.
, .... HiuuiT HI, LUllbCls
Kl ibe former onu. unri i,i un ku
uc DLiit r.n v. hit rii p i" t .mvnr
la ma i.it cmp6nh w custom.rv
---wa.fci a., itj.
to unoaiiiu,. ic aumlnant party us ih
rfiin pariy, ine term, nHnxnih.r
ir - uacn
"if Gad. Grant, read v to hnl,t1,ltn (nin .t..
w.uiuuai cnair lor tn tn rd ttm
aoy ara t Urant narlv. thu nr.niii.
stic party, in its days of itrnncth and
. l r-v . 1
wUln, whatever lodufiulteceu
. . . . - 1 A . L. . f J I. it....
ii ta u Btsai iniurD tun u c jv t uiuiijculiii
DallirD. UBJIJ. ITIIUI Hll IIKO Ull UlatbD
'MtiJdat Tor st third term of the
a,Mafir Jr, imIItap ht (a It ft Irn
1 .LLs..aL...t.. iVa V,. ..t
' i. '.t-. n ji .i . t.
jl ptnioraiuuGfttij uirrunut; tun ur
uainx-t. the situation with an oye
ciurrt By lot oeat ana glare of a po-
fact, notwithstanding the position and
can tai mat minf un an ink i.noH ...
ecticoof Grant could not Ml to work,
m ..l .XiT 3 1-
maj laxtva ip, carrvjpi ttieir point.
. UriHa AU H iatl.TUVt OX Illfl TUQ1B
sflk- t.lia iVa a. at.- V
m IB nu dibo: iu uucci Dim to hnn
-a. a v ivaJV-f A. - I ... ' . i a a
laaaf Ua a aalMacrifioa which in the
tatA ha tisiia m ninmlnant Kai Fn rat tti
kaa kaasl aflfifiaa fitulflaV tO DTOWH him
voto for him unaolmouily in 1876 ai
tboy did In 1872.
The polltlclanr who mpport him and
who arotjiQ bono and linow of his party,
riro men wlio are ncrupulom and caroful
and jntaroftod only when tbeir own fu
tcreiti aro cdncorncd, men, who by the
exercise of the.o qualities, have amaisod
enormous fortunoi during tholr public
llvo,and who will bold on to t'uo roins now
in tbelr bands with a grip only second to
that with which they would cling tollfo in
tbo prcsonco of tbo great coniuoror, death.
The early announcement of tbo scbome of
the Grantltu, shows that It is far-ieoing
and deep-laid and that its manipulators
intend to have no flaw in it. It is not im
probable that it will succeed, but its suc
cess would Involvo tbo loss of much that
American peoplo aro now forwarncd to
Jeff Davis lingers tn Now York.
Orvlllo Grant cow lives in St. Loul.
Vico-l'rocldent Wilson is reported as
u paralytic invalid.
Iinry Collins, Jr., is now in jail in
SprlngQeld, for attempting to run bwv
with a bono and buggy.
Surgeon 11. Somlg, who lost a leg at
the matsaor of tho Thomas command, It
coming home, nearly ro:uverod.
I'rufaifor Agassis' scboul f natural
history was opened at IVnekcso Inland,
Now Bedford Ilarbor, on tbo eighth.
Many persons are uncertain as to the
wisdom of Wiio's comtemplated balloon
royng across the Atlantic, but thoy can
not deny that it Is a WIis undertaking.
The Sliah of Persia, bofjro loavlng
London, made many present, including
$3,o00 to the sorvants of lluckingbam
Palace, and $12,000 to the policemen sta
Col. E, Barnwell Bhott, the survivor
of tho late duel, comes from a family ac
customed to that sort of amusement. Two
or more of hi brothers each "killed his
man" In duds.
Gov. Carpsntor, of Iowa, lm. boca In.
vltcd to attend tho Rrand festival of tho
United Gerraan-Amerlcnn Society, at
New York, July 20, to celebraU the union
of tbo Saxon races, but hols obliged to de
Wulworth's friends objected to bis be
Irg placed In a coll In Murderer's row and
nro now bringing a pressuro to bear to
keep blra out of Sing Sine as lone as may be
It docs seem hard that such a high toned
mjbsiIq ns Walworth should occupy one
or laojo ceils In tbo row designated by
men a low sounding narao as the Mur
A IIUimiOANE OP WIND AND A
TLUOD OF RAIN.
THE ELEMENTS CELEHKA
TEJJ Tile! i'OUUTH,
I'ioiii tho Foud ilu Lac Coinmonwcaltb.
Tho Indications of a storm yesterday
were not particularly noticeable until 10
o cIock. anon, witii startling suddenness,
ueavv DiacK ciouus caiuurou in toe west.
suutti, and north. It eoon bocama dark as
nlL'tit so dark that ono could not seo to
rend in n cur or room. Tho roar of the
coming storm was simply deafening. The
falling trees flying fences, branches, and
tho trembling gruln, before the storm
reuched ono, constituted a scono that was
well calculated to startle the strongest
nerves. Tho terrible roaring could have
bcon heard lor miles. ottung like it
was ovor oeforo hoard in this part of the
country. Tho rain did not soom like any
otuer storm mat wo over beiieia, 11 was
moro llko water rushing over a precipice.
it camo in great snouts, nna wnen Lenr
tbo earth tho wind caught them and
inroad thorn in wild, maddnod confusion.
How nnytblng could llvo under the polt
iriL' of such rain und that terrible tornado
will always romain a mystory to us. Hut
wo must not wane tlmo In preliminaries
Up to this tlmo we Uave only heard ot
thu Hturra'a ravhges from Greon lake and
Unrtford, in Uruun ljftKo county, it tool:
in mo wuoio uxe nna reacnea in ooin uir-
uctluns north and south sovoral mllos.
It took in the wbolo of bondduLac
county, bolng ovor twenty -tlv miles, but
was much severer tn some places tnan om-
urs.. rno crcuic&l iitrco oi inu norm
re em d to be on a strip of country reach-
ine fMm Green lako to ten miles east of
Fond au l.uc, ana rungea iromiour to ten
Tbu destruction along tho track oftbe
fcveroil portion of tho storm Is very crest.
lluusss una Darns in large nuraoers woro
ixjurod. Wo run no risk in saying that
no li'ss than H60 barns wcro mure or less
Injured In tho western part of the county.
Hues upon muui oi lunco wuj niown auva.
Tlioui&nds of troos betwucn hero and
Rlpon wero uprooted, and as inny more
were broken nU. some about tlie middle
nod others near the branches or the roots.
In some grows nearly all tho trees were
Mownduwn. A larito porporttnn of tbo
farm houses west of us wore surrounded bv
snnae irecs. inaiornaao oiowounrtore
up by tbo roots many of these trees, and In
many instances turew mom upon tho
dwellings. 11 y this means many dwellings
nv iujuhu, iuiuu iiigukM, lomc serious
i no grain was whippy to tho ground as
give a safe opinion.
The towns of ltosendale.Rlpon.a part of
Eldorado. SDrlni'Vule. a nnrt nf M
Lmartlne, part of Oaktlejd, and part of
" wu ivuu uu jac, m ine western
and snutbuHlorn uart of thli pnnnir .nf.
iiu r vizi)- in uamago to uan.s, dwell
Iqks, fences, eraln and forest. v can
not pretend to give Individual losie,,- at
this timo, for the number Is to great. We
shall give particulars as fast a wo got
The terrible storm struck the citv about
twenty minutes past ten, and with great
fury. Men rutbod to their homes that
they might be present to allay the fears of
their families, Everybody sought shelter
wim iui greatest possible tiMH. 1 bora is
not a street In the city without Its blown
down tree. Not less than (wo tbomacd
trees wco blown down within tho city
limits. liut the datciag to the trtes It not
mo most serious, tbougb that Is very
The Hope Mission church, on Hickory
street, owned by the I'reibytriani, was
about tbe tlrst structure Injured. Unlf of
tbnroof.of (he bouto was blown off and
carried soma distance. The building was.
iuiuwii irum iH ivuuustion ana earned
about 16 feat, on corner of It rwtlog ca
Nr. J. 'Williams' new houia. on tha
WMr of Ulaknv tad 'Waal XHrlsaa
m of '60U81 ro"r B,a Pod oyer It.
It ii -v"' r . v 'Jr". corn, aua an
J oihtt ijraln looked as tbougb'recovory was
may ery" doubtful. yt It mav be too .riv ,n
stroU, was blown form its foundation and
damage to tw consldorab t oitsnt. in
frdm ttQS) trpaalor olsewlierd mado large
boles tn Uhi toot, Williams' loss Will
A dwelling on llutlor itreot, belonging
to . Fritz and occuptod by U. M. Mar
shall, was lifted from iu foundation, moved
about flvo feet and loll In a partly tipped
Many" other buildings in tbo oxtromi
western part oftbe city wero moved, and
a fow barns and smaller structurci woro
blown down and thattored to pieces.
U.K. Mooro'atwo buildings on Wost
Division stroet tho first on tbo left hand
side of tho bridge, wcro torn from their
foundations and set down in tho mud and
Ultby water, lloth of these woro occupied
by familios. The furntturo, dhhes, etc.,
woro badly smashed.
Tho next to feol tbe fury of the destruc
tive element was the Millers' olovator.
Nearly all tbe roof vat taken off, giving
tbo pourine rain a chanco to reach tho
whoat. Tho daraago to the Millers' olo
valor will not fall short of SI.OOo, and it
may bo mora Just how seriously the
grain is damagod Is not yot known.
Tho La Hollo wagon works wero next
Rlruck. Tho tin rooting was loosened and
torn off In nn instant, and with it a con
siderable ptittlon Of the boards, scantling,
and otbor timbers. Ono large pleco of tbo
tin and tno piece of roofing torn out wuro
carried a distance of 300 fect and landed
on John Bon noil's atoro, corner of Forost
and Itrookostreoti. The roof of Bonnell's
building was crushed in and tho goods con
siderably dauiapod l-th(i rain. Tbu dam
age to this building can be repalrod at an
xxpensA of 3200. Tbe amoko-stack at the
La Uollo workt was thrown down, and
that and a considerable share of tho roof
ing, wadded in all shapes, Hat In Forest
street,- near tho bridge. The damage to
tboio works is d,uite serious, aside from tho
Ion of tho roofing.
The barn on lion. Edward Pier's farm,
Justsouth of the city limits, was lifted up
and partially turned around, 'ibis is one
of the strongest' barnt in the couhty.and is
the same one that wai unroofed and movod
Iroin its foundation in 1840. The head
stones and soma tres In the family bury
ing ground on Mr. Pier's farmwore blown
Gol. O.K. Pier's horse and carriago barn
was unroofed, lilt woodshed and farm
workshop, 20x30, wai blown away. Many
of bis fruit trees and considerable fecco
was laid low.
All kinds of grain is down. All ovor
tho town are buildings that wore destroyed
I'rjm the llurltngton Uawkeye.
Ono of tbe most destructlvo hurricanes
that has visited the western states tor tome
years, twpt over tho country adjacent to
the quiet little village of Basco, 'in Hear
creek township, Hancock county, Illinois,
rnursaay evening last, con.iderable rain
bad fallen during tbe day, accompanied
with frequent peals of thunder, and light
ning uasncs; but toward nignt tno sky sud
denly darkoned down, to an almost Inky
blacKDcss, and about 7 o'clock p.m. n huge
norm ciouu pursi orer a larm situated
tome two miles duo west of the Ii. and Q.
Immediately tbo wind roe with a ter
rific sweep upward and commenced to
circle, taking in a swath of over three
hundred yards in width.
Directly in its course one-half mllo oast
of tbe starting point, stood the
house An vns or jacoii boos.
The roof and upper portion of the
house wero torn otf and burled several
rods awav, while the bare In which were
stalled three horses and four or llvo tontot
bay was lifted clear off tbe foundation, and
Incrodlblo as it may soom, carried by tho
wutriwina to a ncigni ot not less than two
hundred reel in midair. Tbo horse stand
Inn in tho center stall wns, by somestrnniro
irtiak oi tne raging oiomum, singlod out
and thrown headlong into a grove, diitant
over twenty yards from tho farm yard
and Instantly killed. Tho otbor two fell
from n Ics height squaro upon their backs,
but wero found alive, find, although so
voroly injured nro likely to roaover. The
barn itsolf was torn, board from board, in
pieces, and scattered broadcast over tho
Molds, minus the hay, of which no traco
has since boen discovered. Twenty acres
of grain belonging to Mr. Iloo'a wore also
destroyed; a portion of his housohold fur
niture smashed, and, in all, bis loss will
reach to considerably more than $1,000.
The grove mentioned ns located in tbo
neighborhood of his place, wai completely
devastated ; many of tho trees being torn
up by tbe roots and otbars brokon In tno.
or at the top. Uere among tho fallen tim
ber wero lound tho remains or sovoral ag
ricultural implomonts liolonglng to Mr.
Uooi, who asserts that ho Haw them car
ried aloft and tos.'cd through the air like
foHtbur-woIghts nt tho commencement of
Further on the hotiio nnd barn of II.
StetToy were similarly visited, and tho sta
bio of Mr Knomy thrown tho ground. A
wagon of Mr. Steffey's was subsequently
found some distance off, lying in fragments
and rendered utteily useless,
ono ot the most curioua traitt of tho
hurricane was tbo stvle in which iho Iron
work of all tho agricultural vmncbines des
troyed woro twisted, bont and broken.
Nothing soemod to withstand tbe fury of
or tho lumposi' in tne sughleAt degren.
Heavy posts sank two teet and a half
in the solid ground wore wrestled from
tbeir places and cast up, whilst post fences
many rods In length woro displaced and
Varying somewhat lrom the easterly
direction in which It had hitherto kept tbo
winu nexi swept over lue residence or
John baundorson, lifting It from its posi.
tlon ana whirling it high in the air. Ut
Saunderton, who was in tbe house with
her two children alone at tho time, was
thrown out and found afterward several
hundred yards away from tho formor site
omernous lying under a pile or rails,
with one leg mashed to a Jelly, and suffer'
log fearfully from the effects of her wound..
One of her children wat found dead ashort
way on, ana tho other with both legs
uroaea. luoyworoat once romovod to
me Jiasco nous, but neither Urs. Sauod
orson or tbe surviving child are expected
Mr. Sauuderson, who had boen standing
about a hundred yards west of his house
wnen it was carnea on. ws struck on tho
bead by a flying log ami rendered tcnsoUss,
as was alio a telgbor who was standing by
him at tho moment
A brick houso belonging to Mr. Robert
Donaldson was badly wrecked, the roof
being torn off and ono of tbe gables
Further east the houso end barn of Mr
Jesso Huff were blown down, and the
roof and tlmbert torn to shreads. Mrt.
Huff and chlldr.n, at tho first alarm, took
oiuCiu me couar, am by doing to In
all probability, saved thtii fTftt. B ' 10
.Aden, which, like the rst, went down bV
iiiio toe uovounng element. A larea
bridge on the road running, north of tha
village wncaugbtup in the hurricane and
sent e rcling through tbe air, free trora Its
fastening!, thut leaving tbe Toaa Impwui
ble to teams. A large barn' belonging to
Judge Skinner; of Qulncy, wat blown
down, and a dwelling house sitting on the
same property was moved tire feet from
Jts original position, the platter on the in-
siao want completely ttnppoa on, ana tbt
KrpUsd flooring c ruined into tho form of
an anglew "We understand, that Judge
raiurwr e iota etumam fit t'lOoy,
BweeDlns on. tha 'atom, next' anaoun.
teiad tee feute of Bfr. Joka Uuf, whlok'
tauaua lusiuir a wiia us preaeeeastw
The icons presontod by tho track of tho
etorm was on of desolation apd dlttrets.
Mingled with tha prostraWTftMaa.iajr
weather-board, shingles frMMfjypa of
furniture, articles of clolbing, broke tad.
dlea, wheels, harness, stni) iiindtnrablsi
otuor tningi which Joianq9yooijsaia-i
ted houses and ruined property, at tin'
It It Impossible at lb present writing
to give our roaders anything llko an ade
quate Idea of tbe actual loises sustained
by the tufforcrs from this torrlblo visita
tion, but at tbe lowtitestlrnato th,oy must
foot tip iiany tbousaands o.f 4ollnr.
IIUnSKWUIPPING 1)Y A
Tbo town of Port iFtilton, above Jeffor
sonvllle, wat considerably'' torn up 6n tho
ovohfeg of tbo Forth by'n genuine case of
horsewhipping, tbo active party being a
largo muscular woman and motlnr-in-law
to the passlvo individual. It appoars that
ono George W. Owens full In love with a
Mist Kldge. and on Wednesday last tbey
wero marriod. This union was against
the wishot of tbe mother of the girl, Mrt.
Nancy ll.dge, and sbo was determined to
tako her revonge on Owen. Providing
hersolt with a blacksnake horso-whlp, tbo
and bor husband went to tbe bouse in which
Owens and bis wife wore living. At toon
at tho gol sight oi Owens the made a. dex
terous movement, drawing from beneath
tho fo ds ot her garmonts the blacksnake
and proceeded to lay It nn tho sbouldon
of Owens with a will, lashing him lurlout
ly over the head, neck, and thouldtrs.
Ownnt tried to rnaRo bit escape, but could
nm, us ue win mum Dy mrry
llidge, tbo infuriated female's husband,
who hold blin firmly by the hands while
bis wife beat him with the whip. The lash
ing created quite an excitement, and at
tracted nulla a crowd, and with it came
Constable Frame, who took tbo offenders
YeUerday afternoon tho offenders had a
hearing before Justico Dortey, at Jeifer
tonvlllo, and at Terry Ridge testified that
be held Owent because he .thought he In
tended to atrike bit wife, he wet. discharg
ed, in tne caso ot airs, jsancy, nidge the
fine was $11, with costs. O wan tend hit
wife, although tubpotcned, failed to ap
pear at witnes!os..-Loulsvlllo Commer
cial, July 7th.
SUICIDE ON HIS WEDDING
Georgo Dunvllle, a business man of
Brooklyn, was to havo boen married on
Tuotday evening last to Miss Fannio Col
lins, a resident of Newark, New Jersey.
On tho morning of that day he callod at
tbe house ot hls'inttnded, and made some
prepamilont for tbe ceremony, seeming
all iho while to be in a particularly merry
frame of mind. He then went out, at he
aiiegea to purchase a bridal veil, ana toolc
with him an umbrella belonging to Miss
Fan nle'a aunt. At 2 o'c!ck In the after
noon a buy brought th umbrella to the
house, with a note from Dunvllle to Fan
nie, in which he informed ber that bis
body would be found in tbe Patsalc. Ho
detlred that the thould bare.a gold watoh
and chain, her wodding-rlng,. that he. bad
tbo.wn her a few hours boforo, and. f 20 ip
money, nil of which would be found upon
bit person. The poor girl wat stunned
by this terriblo blow. Sbo wat torlontly
ill all day on Wednesday, and ber recov
ery Is considered doubtful. Sovoral of tbo
wedding guets asnombled at the house
whern tbo coromony. wat to have takon
place, among thorn tha father of Dunv.ille,
wno it a imp builder, residing on bitten.
Island. Some doubt is expressed at to
whether Dunvllle reallv committed tul-
cido or not. He has boon angagod to Mlti
Collins for about two years, and was In a
A XATiROW ESCAPE FOR .MISS
On Wednesday evening, Just after six
o'clock, Mist Nollie Grant ltft tbo presi
dent's cottage for a rldo In her pony phio
ton. Sbo wat unaccompanied, excopt by
tbo colored coachman. Tbe team was JJie
president's favorite span of spirited black
ponies, and tbey bowled along' the avenue
in fine style. While passing along the
lower end of Oconn avenue the ponleA be
camo suddonly frightened and started into
a furious run. Tho drivor manfully clung
te tho linos and did everything possible to
check tho runaway, but all to no purpose,
ior inoy were unmanageable. 09 lit urant
bravely kept her Feat and did not manifest
any alarm, while the plunging ponies toss
ed tbe tiny carriage on elthor side of the
road. As tho team reached tberosldence
of Mr. Franklin, the agent of tho Cunard
lino, they whirled into tho yard and across
tbo lawn, dashing tbomsefves on to tbe
plaza, whore tboy wore stopped in tbelr
mad career by tbe astonished vistors
Miss Grant was asistod from the carriage,
which miraculously escapod destruction,
and was warmly coni ratulatod on bor nar
row oicapo Irom.serlousjniury.
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MATHU8S & UHL
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
bib xb arc.
J. O. MATHEWSON,
And Agent for
Haz.hd and Duponi ToWDEn Co.,
,w AUGUSTA Qh,
JOHN U. P ULL1S & BON,
(Bucoattort to John B. fblliit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORI?, OATS,
Flour, Meal, BrBn, Ac.,
vn iji-iB.BTf 0Blo tiTS
Our Home AdTtftiaora
FORWARDING and OOMMI88TON
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
aad AJMS or
ontc sutib Atrrj tCAWAwna
Q A.LT COlwrOPA-ITIElS.
70 Ohio Lsymb,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANK'S SCA LEH
Ohio Levee, CAIKO. aUNOIfl.
COFFEY, PACK 4 CO.,
I' O B W A H B I S
A V t
FLOUIt AND COUNTP.Y PHODDCE
OENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Metier In
LlMK, ClMIHT, Pl.AtTl, HAW. ETC.
Nu tttfela l.rir.
3Tl will cell In car load lota at manuf
iiircra- prices, aaaing rrelght. 4-5-U
PE T E R 0 U II L,
Ml. M OKI LETBJB,
8, D . A vane.
K. J. Aram
AYERS, & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7B Onto Lavas, JUa no, Itit .
J. M. VHILIilPBji
Forwarding and CoMiaioB
prtp tred to forward U kinds of freight
to appoint. . ttf,
WOOD RITTBWHOUW 4 BBO
Ooteal C)itiwtoB Nwkamiv
W. II. fcama,
Ro.Pnb. tad tf.B.Oom
KIHK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
- . Ifl.MI.WI u
NOitrif AMKUICA.I'A., "
13,54 t.ttO U
,. ... 11,711,14-1 M
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AUr.rtlOA.N or.NTRIL, MO.,
COWSEOTIOCT MTJlUAb. LIFE.
Aatts.. ..-.. 41,M0(POO 00
TRATEI.EHfl. BARTFORI), I.IFK AM)
Aaaatt .., l,aoo,0'.o v
RAIL WAT rXBSKNOERS AiHUKAtfOE
Atei-.M............... ....... ..$sta1M w,
BAFFORD, MORRIS &, CANDEE,
71 Ohio 4V4.
FIRE AND MAHINE
niAOARA, S. V.,
oaauAnu, n. t.,
..TJ hat If
Oonprlilnx tbf Undrwtllr.' Atncj,
T0KK1BS, K. Tn
yiniMia'a lu-ro, r. v.,
, tf OUaiTT, 3.
r. ma tax;
ftofM, Dw.Ulna-, Ftirniturr, flullt and Cur
, miaiMurtui aa tavoraoiaaa mows, Bar
macaot taourilv will warrant,
1 r!IMCtfullr HI Of UlO OttlMDIOt Ca-
ttarrof Uifir ttatraaaa.
TKUTONIA L 1 FE INSURANCE
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
CMrr'L.OiTicr, 172 WAani.toTosST.
This Renntn Life Insurance Company
Klarantn not only Paid-up PoUctet but
also a Value In Cm& on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - President
C. KNOBKLHDOHF, - - - Hrcretary
JOHN W. PHUKR?,
Asent for Cairo and 1cfnlty.
HKCTION NO. 47.
Association for promotics; Life Insurance
and flick lieller by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in object ol public benefit.
The Lile Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Tcutonla Life Imuranco Company.
JOHN W. FilPl&it: Ao't.
BJ1BBB ABB UtlUUUa.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLKSALI OROOBBS, j
Alto, kp eonitaatlf aa hand a mott ostn
plate stock af
BOOTOB AMD IBJBH WBIBKIBi
-e t N B,
Fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Win m
It. Smith 4 Co. are alwi tKent lor Spen
cer. McKay afo.'c 1'ltulure ale.ol which
large ttotk It, kept constently on band at
tbelr wholesale it or J
HARP and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, 8HINOLKS, OBDAK POSTS
DOOR8, SASH, BLINDS
rnraltbtd oa ibortatt aotie.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
4IN CBOaa NTBEKT,
flood ttabllna connected wlts.K.
nH AAunla room for rnmnni.i i.T5!
f - - .w. MTiorr,
iTe ipawou mi aaa irom au trilns.
Industrial Exposition !
THE LEADING INDUSTRIAL
Our Home Advertiteft.
BB4Ta AN B NHOBB.
And buy your
(tor. Taalts atra4 asia trasittssarHal A
I 3in now iirrnarnl (o tnanufaWara al
jiriiii; stylrt, Mich a patent leatbnr. ttwrroco
buck ond cAH-skln boon. Hhoet. tv'Utboi
tofi, cork" and pump soles, Scotch bottbo
and bevel cde or any other olyh yon wMi
1 am alM loanufueturln,': an extra riiallty
of ladleV theet. My material and work-
matiibip are warranted to bo ol the beat. 1
am determined to not be undersold lor the
Mtne finality ot Roodt.
jitpairinj uone neuiij ami on anon
notieo It. Joksm.
I) KM IB, nnowN & CO.,
AQKNT3 IIOUC'COTTON MlLLa
-NO. EO Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ilia.
WARD fc ROBERTS,
DiALr. ir. Window SBAusa,
Wall Pins, Pom Wbite
Lkad, Linsao Oil
lirmiTfl TonpiitTiKi, Qtvt
Shellac, Alcohol, S:c, Krc,
Withlcgton avenue and neventh ttrett,
Cairo, . . - Iluhoi
'r Kiev si li au4 faalar Via..
Inforos the publlo that he hatc(aeeo: tbe
win-lct of a Flr.t-claaa Wafton soakevand
also a FirttrclaM Horse ahoer aa I iae4r
to manufacture and f pair all alade of ' work
In this trade with npair and dUpatch.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HBTwaaa wajs'is Aviaca awd waxioi
Dr. C. F. n1di lafsrati to pntlle ttatb ba
L I Y E R T STABLE
on tbo aonbwtal iid of Taath ttraat a aaa
Ela tCablM win U fnrclatad with nana bal lb
AND GOOD YIHIOLta.
and tho public may be accoeamodatad at al
lioara of the day and eight with tare' team
on the love't term.
Dr. Fields asks a there of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit ft by fiSx deallxur
aud strict attention to buslt t
For Sale at Wholeiale or Retail
COBMIB 32D-BT8IET AND OHIO LITE
m J. r. BABt.B
NEW YORK STOxlK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAEOBeT VAB1BTT tTOOK TBE OtTf
GOODS SOLD VERYOLOBI.
Cirsir af Bl
O. O. PATUH
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATIHT SF81NO AVD BVMI4EB ITT La.
BOiTiTST'B aa HATS
I Trimmed aid eatrnaaseaj
rhl.NOH FLOWERS, MBBMrMBlfUtO
or all kladi. teoM, etVeU
Mr. MaUm hu mmn
Pasoy Artlclat.iacn u
tod all ether artiel Moally f ooa4 lo a'
FIRST-CLASS MILLIHIRT fp)i'l ,
..Mn. McQee, tn addition' to ber
rancy and Millinery Oood, haa'a;
Complete i attortoeat' of, cSUBW
maala Ladlaa aaa Mlaa &5I1
drent. Boot. Black and in stolon.
a re acknowledged to ba tha-tmett' tmA
ever In the market, and thli ia tha'''
house the citr that BjakeetaetB aiaeetal
OAIRO CITT CO Ah.
f irpar I lo .uralr oosu i'i 1
P.TTSBURG AND ILUNO
uKDCKa left at afawoay ares, oaica, a