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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. 183.
O. O. PA.T1ER
NK.W VOUK 8T0HK.
C'.uno, In.., Aug. 1st, 18911.
On and after Wednesday, August 1st,
1SSII, in order to chmo the co-partnership
cxiHtin hut ween tlic late Wm. Wolf and
myfclf, we shall oiler for the next CO days
our entire stork of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
find kII other Mich goods bs be
long to both the wholesale and
retail department of this branch
of our trade, at less than cost. Stock nne-t
!e closed out. I'arties needing goods will
have achanee fosupply themselves at much
less tliBn tue goods cost. Dealers will rind
this a rare chance to stock up at their own
pn'ei's; and it will be to their interest to
call on us an i do so.
Remember, the stock must be closed out
regardless of the coft.
C. 0. Patter,
p. S. Persons indebted by book account
or notes are requested to settle same, as all
tins, (tied accounts, October 1st, 1 S8:J, will
be placi d for collection in order to close the
frcfln intH eoeimn, eignt cent per line for
f ;-t ml live cnii tier line och ubequcct lmur
ii. n. t,: R" . 30 cents per lire, lor one
r eriib. ''0 ccntf iier lire
The Ladies Aid S ciety of the Methodist
church) will give, a sociable in the Parson
age church parlors" and grounds, on Tti' s
dnr evening, Aut. 21st. Icecream, lemon
ice, cake, etc. Lit everybody enrne. liy
order of Societv. ')t
Proposals For Filling.
Sealed proposals will be receivedupt" and
including Thursday the 2:jd ins;, f.r five
hundred yardn of earth more or less, to be
placed upon the school property on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streets.
By order of the board.
N. B. TtnsTT.KWoon,
J. A. Ooi.dsttse,
Cairo, Ilk, August 15th, Wl.
New Boarding House.
Mrs. R. E. Norman ha9 opened a first
cUss boarding lintise in the Bribach house,
opposite Court House, where regular board
ers and transient guests will find ;ood ac
commodation. Board and lodging $1.00
per week, rates to transients 1 .00 per day.
Table supplied with tho bet the market
atTord.i. 8DJ tf
Krcsh oysters at Helium's,
Jacob Lehning offers the entire stock of
clothing, piece goods and furnishing goo la
below actual co?f, Would like to wttle up
all accounts against the estate of Rosena
Lehning, deceased, as soon as convenient,
as I want tr rctir; from business.
For a g.i
id meil ""to D-.'BaiinV, Vi Ohio
TO C'ISTK VTOUS AND r.CII.UEUS.
Sealed ;id will he received at the office
of H. H. Can ine, Cairo, I; Is., any time tie
f ire no Hi of Amjnst tflst, 1:), tot furnish
ing the mv.emts mi i erecting a building
at Cairo. P. I., ;o be known as the A. B.
ij.i'J.rd Metiviritl Litir.iry Building, accor l
ins to the pUns an i citicati- ns fprioteil
copies of the pei'inVai,,n-can b. furnished)
to lie seen at the nhVe atoresnid.
Bids may be submitted tor any part or
parts of the work, or tor the whole of it.
Good and sulfide t hml will be ro
quired. Any or nil bid rmv be r.j-cted.
Addres to the undersigned mar.tii
"Proposals for Siif.rd Memorial Library
B'lildins." Anna E. Saitoho).
Cain, Ills., Au,f. 10, 18S3.
F r a go-id cup of tea ,r cotfe
New Blacksmith Shop..
A fw hor" shoeing shot) has !eoti open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
janner of bNoksmitning and wagon work
done to order. Hptiring worl; a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. Eic liftoffs Furnitnre Room.
Don't buy any kind of furniture until
you Imve ven the beautiful stock at 101
Conm'Te;-i! avenue near Siv'h a'wt, up
(jtain". AM the .,?,.. t hnl- ut close prices.
Saddle llock Oy-teis at 1). .diitir. r,0 Ohio
Fur Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of ;3 a-ng
garden, etc., a good dwelling hou'-.e., a More!
liouse 70 f-et ilcej,, 2 -rory hurn, ice house
corn erile-, smoke houi , we!!, ristern, etc '
at OicoTitieb) Landing can be bou-llt fi,r
cash or I will .xclmngu lor Cairo proM rty
I mean bnsinecs. Omie and con ni(.
,;'""f John Tan'skk.
IUstaurant and ()ster Mouse, ;,e, ( n,-10
f irm nan'is; wages fi. ).()() per month.
Apply to II J. D al ,t Son, Chnrleston!
To all who are Buffering from the errors
:.cd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
new, early decay, loss of manhood. Ac. I
will wnd a recipe that will crreyou, kkkb
ok chahok. This great remedy was
disenvtred by a minister in Houth America.
Hend a ell-addresed envelopo to the Rer.
Joaerir T. Inman, Station 1)., New York
Mr. Ann Bcnn, Atlanta, III ,wys: "Wc
have told Brown'a Iron Bitters and it irivcs
The Daily Bulletin.
GGNKKMi LOOM. ITEMS.
Notice tn tnoi coinmua, tra cum l ' n
nth lnHurtton and wliullier markud or lint, il '"'U"i
li.lod to Coward any nimia bimlm-aa Inteo H un.
-Mr.O. W. Morse left by the Wabash
yesterday morning for Creal Springs.
-Lace Hamilton is out, having paid his
fine and promised to bo good hereafter.
The Cairo City band will give 110 more
open air concerts now until after the opera
hmi"C entertainment on the 21th.
--One case of drutikenne.-s wns tried be
fore Justice Robinson yesterday and besides
this there was. no police business in the
-Mr. "Buck" Morgan for a while clerk
on the steamer Fuwler, is now meseii."-r
on the Texas & St. Lmis railroad running
between this city and Tcxarkana.
-During list week Chester, Ills., had a
burglary for every day of the week. It
seems, therefore, tf at Cniro did not have a
monopoly of this great industry.
-Men are again at wotk preparing the
old Antrim building on Ohio levee, for the
reception of the general oilices of the Mo-
die and Ohio railroad company.
The Seventh street brick -walk is al
ready assuming formidable rpoition.
much to the satisfaction of the property
owners, w ho are watching it with a steady
-- The Ladies Aid Society of the Metho
dist church will give a sociable on the
night of Tuesday the 21st instant, at the
church directory sdI grounds. Sue notice
in special locals.
The Mnu.id City Patriot wants the
grand jury to "sit upon" the men who are
worth from f 10.000 to $30,000 in personal
property, and "swear to an assessment roll
that makes them appear the poorest among
Col. Then Hyatt, President of the Penn
sylvania Military Academy, will be at The
Halli lay Hotel in Cairo, on Wednesday,
August 22n 1, from 10 a. m. to 12 m., and
will he happy to see patrons of the Acad , my
and others on official business.
tn addition to the fine di-jd-iy of ".sil
ver, gold and precious stones" in the w in
dow of Jin.. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that nre worth studying. tf
The Hl'ii'.h Cen'ral baa raised its mvn
track down to Fourteenth street and has
gon back now to bring the other tracks up
up to the same level as far down as this Las
been raised. The raising from Fourteenth
street down will be an alter consideration.
The Cincinnati Enipiirer sent out .V0
enquiries to Illinois and Indiana as to pre si
dential preferences. Of 111 answers re
turned o01 declared for either Tibleu or
Hendricks or Loth on the si me ticket,
while only twenty indicat"d McDonald a
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, ?4 00 per thou, an l,at Tiik Bci.i.k-
Tr.v office. Perforating 2o to .lOc, number- j
ing $1,00 per thoustn i extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or cb :(:ks. tf
A white woman, named Jennie Mil
liard, living in one of "Polecat J (briny's. "
bailiwick? on Ouio levee, was ban Lin:' a
loaded pistol yesterday afternoon when the
thing went off and shot her through the
thigh. Dr. Parker was called in a hurry to
give the woman surgical attention.
The party of young men who went up
to Hodges Park on a fishing excursion mv
era! days ago, have returned and are en
thusiastic in their praises of the place they
visited. They had good accommodations
near at hand, fine scenery all armnd and
a beautiful stream with plenty of hungry
Delegates have been selected in this
city to attend the annua! meeting of the
Illinois associations of the Catholic Pnion
will he held at .Alton in .September. These
associations cm J trace three dioceses. Dele
gations wil! I;e present from numerous
points in Ihe sfj te. The delegations will
be open ones an 1 Quiney alone expects to
send twelve hup dr(;,.
In the voty fir governor of Kentucky
l.a-t Saturday, Ballard county, just aero-s
the river, gave J. Proctor Knott, Democrat
ic candidate, 1 ,533; and T. Z. Morrow, 11, -p'-Mican
cand' date, 270. In 1S79 the s ame
county gavy B iiickburn, Democrat, l,sl 1 ;
and Evans, Hepublic.au, 27S. Knott's total
majority in the state will be about 1 ,000
greater thir,' that of Blackburn was.
-Alamin' paragraph in the Louisville
Medical. Her! Id: "Eating cooked fruits,
preserve.!. , ,n icy, maple syrup and all cdu
coscgnot pntd'uced in the natural course of
animal digest ion, cause undue rapidity of j
prohfif r ition of tho lymph-cells, thus bring-
"ig oil tluvt state of engorged lyniph-chan-ne'.s
with enlnz-ged g'ands, long known by
tho name of Mbe atrumnus diathesis.' "
--Several of the most prominent business
men of D-iHv Imve written to Messrs.
Paramore Hiid llutilmrd, of tho Texas an 1
St. Louis narrow-gauge railroad, remin dinjf
them of tlu'ir promise, made several months
afro, that so Moon afl their road was com
pleted in Arkansas and direct connection
atablinhc 4 for tli rough business from
Texas to. St. Louin and the north they
would pu t on large construction forces and
push on their propose, d line from Mount
Pleasant to Dallas. A cash bonus of
f ;10,u0(i was subscribed by citizens of Dallas
on these promises and tho time for reaching
Dallas extends to 18H1, ami now sinco the
through connections have beer, made, the
people expect the narrow gaugo managers
to proceed at once and fulfil their agree
ment. The Dallas public are more desir
ous of securing; the Texas and St. Louis line
from Mount Pleasant than any other road
yet projected, and aro willing to do all
that its reasonable.
lion. W.T. Scott and Senator Daniel
Ifogan are now contending for the credit of
having induced the governor to ofTer a re
warded $200 for the capture of the Nelson
Howard lynchers, The Mound City Putiot
is Mr.Ifogan's mouthpiece in the contest, and
Mr. Scott makes good use of the columns
ut his Gazette to prove his own right and
title. Here is a good opportunity for the
A reus to step in as mediator.
The following brief account of the
'ickl;lfc fire appears in the Plain Dealer
1. 1' tint place issued on Thursday: "About
12 o'clock in. last night a fire was discov
ered in the cook room of T. P. Clai k's
Hotel. The fire spread in every direction
and within two hours the Clark Hotel, II ir-
ri-'n Hughes' house occupied by -urs.
A lams and undertaker's shop in front and
Walter Jones' ding store south of hotel,
and M.L. Spaik' residence and grocery
store, and tin: office of the trustees of the
town north of the hotel were l.utned. To
ld loss is estimated at altout 12,000. In
surance, not known.''
--Agent C. O.Loomis, of the Texas and
St. Louis railroad, yesterday removed his own
olliee and that of Cashier Dietrich, from the
Mi) a! I bui!d:ug temporarily erect-1 for the
purpose jus.t bidow the stone dep t. to the
offii-tbuilding of the company below Fourth
street, that ha I been built and prepared
for the Iron Mount liu Mid an 1 that has
since been occupied by Division Superin
tendent B : ban m, of Texas and St. Louis
road. The division fuptrintendeut'f, agent's,
and cashier's offices nre therefore all to
gether in the same building now with plenty
of room and everything neatly an I conven
Those who attended it st te tint the
granger picnic at Villa Ridge T! ursd.ay
was one of the most successful in every wiy
evi r given there. The crowd wai imu.ense,
coming fp tn all parts of Southern Illinois,
and the exhibits wero numerous anlh;.e.
The. exhibition of fruits, vegetables and
grain was larger than iu any former y.ars.
Mrs. Sol Silver, who-e farm is near Villi
Ridge, got 'he firs! premium on quantity of
corn on stalk, first premium on green jf-p-p'-rs,
secon 1 premium on onions, and third
pr mium on C.-neorl "rapes. Mrs. Silver
scerus, to ! developing into one of the most
se.r.ce-sful tanners in this setti u.
Hon. .f. S. Crum, of Vienna, wis in the
ritv ve-vr iv,- en his waV home fr 0:1,
SrringieM. ffe represents thi
L-nJ of t
sti'eon tho I! urd of Equalization,
do- s 1 1 with markel ability.
ha- been in .-'.-si o at Springfl'jl 1 nearly ail
:hi- wio k. The board has a big job be
fore it, bur it n elViot t,e longer than three
Wei ks t 1 g'.-t thr nigh -with it. We have it
from the Sr.ringieel Ri gister that last year
the bo ir i m-t on the S:h day of Aug i-t
Sim 1 adjo ,rr;e 1 on tho 1 day of Oot"b r,
..'ii of tie- iu rnoers and officers drawing
pay f-r iifiy seven days. The board net
in ..CM .i - .--ion on twenty -seven different,
Ityn -on t v..-! v.; of these days nothing Was
doi.e in to" ..p,.;, v., --io:i except to meet,
1 .!:he piuoeedings of the previous meet
ing an '. aipur-i. This is a much wor-e
showing tii in 1 vi.-r the legislature made.
-- (' ip iiti Daniel K. Sliields who lector' 1
:it Ttrtnper iuci; iii'l V..e!ri"sil ty and Thurs
day nigii's, on the -nij. ct of "Temperance"
ha-: g.. ie to C irterviile, Ills., to where lie
wis c.t'.- I t.. d 'liver a lecture at a picnic,
to be givrtl by the eight s iloon-keepers of
tbf p!ae". ' 1 r n Shields had been in
'uri-rvi:'.f be!'., o , , an 1 had done some good
work for tic; tempi ranee cause without in
cur, rig the enmity of the saloon-keepers.
; The latter dee'. e, upori giving a pic nic
and by way of a joke advertised thatCip
tain Sliields would be the principal speaker
of the oecas-on. Trie temperance folks de
ci b I to carry out 'he joke and they asked
the -aiooii keepers to contribute towarla
tuo i to piy tho capUiu's expenses to Car
t, r v i 1 1 . The saloon keepers did as re
"lUes'eil, an I so there wiil be a genuine
love fetist at Carlervil Id, at wl ieh saloon
keepers and teetotal almti nance iee.it! will
liiingle in h coceliatory spirit and listen to
what Captain Shields may have to say
against intemperance. Captain Shields
will return to Cairo in a little while.
- -Col. Cbailes Hamilton, of theS. Louis
and Cairo road, was in the city several
days ago, and in n eoiifcrenrv wol. Col. S.
S. Taylor, of the Trust Propcity company,
agreed tu have, the work ol i.ii,i,,r nd
.1 .1,.. r , ' ..
MI eni nen 11 nei .'I insissi('i levee ll
the New Leveo street down, us per contract
1 .1... 'r-,,.,1 11.,. .
ieieen uiu iiusi i nipeny coin-
puny, ati'i tne raiiroai comp-my ho-
gun by a foreo of fifty or a hundr, d men
some day next week. The levea i. to be
raised to lltty-flve feet and its present slopes
preserved. The work will be of importance
to the city. It will render tin: levees all
around the city, all of (apial strength and
all several feet above tlm highut water
mark known. The mattress work is nlso
still in progress, though rapidly approach
ing comp'etion. The Illinnm Cetitrul comj
puny is steadily coining downward with its
work ot raising the Ohio levee, snd tho
city has about forty tei'ms and tl 1 -? r ipiisito
number of men at woik on New Leveo
stiei t. This work will ull be finished long
Defore the next flood comes, and then let it
come I What would do Cairo more good
than anything else, iu a Hood about three
feet higher than we hud last February.
Such n flood would sweep Ciucimiuti, Shaw
neetown, Paducab, Louisville, Memphis,
Helena and other swamp land villages
down into the Gulf of Mexico and would
leave Cairo high and dry and secure, tho
eiiipiie river-city of the country. For the
sake of the said "other villages" and the
country generally, we hope that such a
Hood will not come, but iu hoping this wo
are hoping against the material interests ut
The trouble 111 the board of directors
of the Widow's and Orphan's Mutual Aid
Si ciety does not yet give evidence of a
spredy settlement. The board is twenty-
eiglit ineiiilieiM strong, about twentv-oue or
two of whom live in this city or vicinity
and wili attend the meetings in person. Of
these probably ten or eleven will stand by
Mr. Lewis in his ( ff .r'.s to hold the secre
taryship und the remainder will be for Mr.
Lewis' opponent, who now is Mr. Dietrich,
ca-bier of Ihe Texas Narrow
gaii;e. Mr. Lewis has done
some bard and successful Work
for the concern and his supporters believe
that, as in the ins', so in the tutuie, the 1 x
istciice o:' the society will depend in a
gte it tneastiie upon Mr. Lewis' efforts in
its bchalt. The t.ppoueiits of Mr. Lewis,
while nek now '.edging the value of his ser
vices, desire t 1 see a change in the secrc
tar's ' llice, in or l'T th it he affiirs. and
past minag'.nueit of the si ciety may be all
thoroughly brought to light. The meeting
Tue-day night will be tin interesting one,.
Both sides are confident of success, are de
termined to fight it out to the bitter end.
Officers Hogan and IVuig
day worked up a stri ng c a-e
wi'y Mar.-b Biown, that "ill enable tle ui
to s...nd that unwelcoiiie citizen to the peni
tentiary for a term of years. About ten
(iavs ago Marsh was employed about the
premises of Mr. Muhew Waish, on Fourth
street, and watching his opportunity, picked
up a pist'd belonging to Mr. Walsh and
left. He had not been seen in the act and
no pro, f was loiin 1 until yesterday when
tlic offi.vrs name 1 learned that Marsh had
sol i the pistol to 1 Legro named Lawson
Baker who keeps a I inter stand 011 Wi s'i
ing'on Hvi'tjtie near Fourteenth street. The
office!-; went to Raker an i demanded the
pistol of him, but that smart individual
declined to even show the weapon, Saying
that lie hal paid fl.jOfor it and would not
surr"!ier it unless be wire paid hack his
1:1 it i v. n.e officers- had ti pay him tho
11. om v for the st'den weapon and got it, and
t'. y n c.v l.ave a e rfef t chain of evidence
,'vnst Mir ill. that can ret be broken.
M ir,!. Wi- f) in 1 g ;iity ' f larceny once In-
! f re an 1 serve 1 out bis . nterice in tho
, j ni. This wiil mike the second
ie will be prov-u guilty of the same
:d rrime, which bring,' him into the
ry 'if cniiiinals ,unishable with con
ut ,1: the r er,i'ei,ir.i .
eii-ri-re i'e 1
v o! Mr. Mitb
v. i m... o r,
1; ahall which toOK place on
ning at St. Patrick's church,
w 1- a iiio-t le autilul c rernony. After the
mirri-c" Father Murphy celebrated miss
in 1 the lies y married couple received
holy ' 1 1 1 1 1 a w n i ol. Al'o : nia-s Father Mur
phy 'hoivere I it very in.ptessive di-coiii.-e on
the ep a' importance of tin; Hicrainent of
in nr. ige. The bridal party with a few in
v,!' I fi 'lends lar'ook of 11 splendid break
fa-fat 'he resilience of Mr. I'. Grnney on
Ko v n'h s'reet. The groom and bride left
on the foutli bound train ftt 10 :U0 o'clock
f,r New Orleans, their future home.
Mr. Ofirien is nn ex press nics-cnger for
the s iu'Ii'tii Fi.pr' -s (Joiupany nnd is very
h::rh:y e-'e.ciin."l, and Mis O'Callahtm is n
duighter of Mr. Patrick O'Calbihaii, form
er; of O.iro but tiow n n.'sid"iit of Kansas
f'i'y. After the rccejition which was bid d
ut th.: residence ot Mr. Patrick Onincy
0:1 r.ievenih street, the happy couple left
for N"v Orleans on a briditl tour.
$The bride received some very hiinds-oino
pr seut.s, among them wn mention :
A handsome mlvur toilet set with per
fume and bouquet bolder, from the grooms
man, Mr. I! ibert Smyth.
Ibitier dish, from Mrs. W. 0. Dickinson.
Handsome net of silver knives and forki",
and tablespoon-', from Mrs. (!eorgu batner
and Mrs, John Ibirry.
Set of silver fruit knives, from Mrs. II.
lied spread, from Mrs. Itoss.
Toilet set and motto, from MisH Miggio
Uohlthiinblo, from Mrs. T. W. Ilnlliday.
Nupkinj rings and Uco tidy, from Win
I'.ed rpiilt, from Mrn. Murncll.
A basket of beautiful cut flowers, from
A boipiet of flowers, from Miss Eva
Tiily, from Mrs. P. Urniicy.
Silver spoonbolder, lined with gold, from
Silver tea pot, from Mrs. It. Graney.
Silver augur bowl, from M1m Ellen Mar
nidi. Silver i ream pitcher, lined with gold,
from Miss Katio Murnell.
A hiindsome Bum in gold, fiom Col. S. S.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect your PRKJIISES. Via Imvc a large
COPPERAS, CHI0RIDB of LIME,
BR0M0 CHLOEAIUM, UlItOXDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also fiEXUINE DALMATIAN
FIM DAY r li., Au-ut 21, l
(1KANI) HENKFIT CONCEPT TO
Pi-of. G. A. M;. Slower,
Civt u liy tlie Cuiro Rrasti Rand
ifisistcii i,v the lollowiu
1'i nf. Sali-hury, of Cedar J.'upnK
Mrs. 'ieo. I'atsoiis atiil Miss Rida
Mrs. J. JI. Laiisden. Miss Mamie Corliss
JINs M. Ailella (Jnrrtou.
All the Kail roads riinniiir
(or tins date.
i be I'U'io lined ut thin concert 1h the "DKi.'KKH Mt'AI;n ;i:AND.
hiHieil for Urn iKrMiou Ijjr Iu' W. C . Jocelyn, A Kent .
STEW YOIiK STOIIK,
VVIIOI.KS.MiK AND UK'rAlL.
Tliu Lririrest' Varifty Slock
in i iik- (;ri v.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. RATI KR fc CO.,
Cor. Nii-li:r'hirfit J I'll if n T
(iiu, 11, wm. Av.-lHIii ( ollll U, Ilia
"Wrr' I Vmo, Illinois.
JULY (mm and N'OTIONS,
a full line of nil ilm nitunl. Dewed color
uti '1 (I'.inil'y. met !)i't uiauiifar.ture.
DKI'AItTM Ir N r.
l!i)(lv UriiM-ln, 'I ii-ctr:i'
t;iolli, A Ac,
I :)i.'TttHl , (III
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Ti ' il purine n. (in -o pica a full floor a ml
.it cdiniiKHK Ii ll riif'rw. Giiodn r
ifimritiiteial ill OiO'sl Hiyln Mid lied m -lernil
Ilottoin PriceH and First-clasn Goods!
a nomunr.n accidknt.
L'ist nioht iiboiit 11 o'clock thu steMiier
City of Cairo landed at our wharf, having
rutin- down the Mississippi, and brought
Jiiwn from Commercial Point a on of Mr.
Tony Cell 1, an iip-town saloon keeper, in
a borri'oy minified state.
Young (,'elln,in coiniiftny with one of thu
K'oehler bojs, went to Commercial Point to
hunt, taking agnn with him. Arrived at
his dentination, he ht'irted to f' into a store
and as he passed through the door carrying
Die loaded (,'iiri in his bands, the lock of tho
jjiin cainn in contact wnn me floor irauie, 1
the gun was discharged, tho load entered j
the left side of his chin from below nnd,
ranging upward, tore nearly the whole left
nide of his face away.
Dr. Stevenson, of Coiiimurciul Point, trnvc
the wounded boy what relief ho could and
accompanied him down here. Tho boy
was conveyed to bis fatber'H l.ouso lat
ni'dit. He was conscious nnd could articu -
late a littb; though very indistinctly; but ht!
it) believed to be beyond recovery. Iiu is
about seventeen yeiirii of Hgo unl ordinari
ly a healthy youth, well and favorably
known in tho upper part of tlm city.
A traveler who vimtod Kgypt and tlm Holy
Lund, nays ho heard Ht. Jacoba Oil, thu
great pain -cum praised as a blessing.
If you want to sell anything,
If ymi want to buy nuy thing,
If you want to mcriiiisu your business,
If you want to biro anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you bavo ahoiiKO tu rent,
If you want to rent homo,
Advertrue In Tub Cairo Dollktin.
74 on 10 ij';- i.:p;
and Cor. Iltli it Wash. Ave.
ami Opera Housp Orchotra.
noine ana lomgn tab-nt:
CONTRA rI OS.
Mrs. Marie Hester, of Ann i.
Miss Annie Pitcher.
Frank (J. Mcti alt. Cluulie Frank.
E. Y.Crowell. r. M.Davis.
DnetH, Trios, Quart cUoh,
- FIFTY CENTS.
into Cairo will rive rediiccd cites
SUNDAY MOItNIN'K, An?. 19.
THE FIN K STKAVEK
will lcTn tho ( sirn whrf l 6 n'rlwlc lir)i. Kim
duv mornliiir, nd rttnmliu. Will rnvu tt 10
o'clock In thi'tni'Dinir, jrl vln i lie' cX'oir:unii"l
miKiiillKlit nvcnlni; on 0n river.
All i;noil peoo r 1tiVlt.il
NO IMI'KDI'KK ( It AK.M TKIiS W'll tit) per
mltiod on nnrrl.
A Kood Hrtwn aiel Sirii.y I'.mnl will &ccotnpny
Kbm for KOL'N'lt i'HIl', M1'I.
(lowllh 11 a, Oooil order ami h plfiiit trip la
tk. R. KM Til .
r OH K OT A. "MlTll.
Grand Central Store.
OAT HO. - - ILL.
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, Shop on n.111,1 A .ween.r
11 Kiiiirlh and
IWAII klnda ol lltfht and hnavy lilnrUamllhlne,
vagoti and crrla(((i work doim lullifl mo-t wou
inaiillka maniior. Horad-ahodiiR aimcialty na
Cairo A St. LouN Packet
Tlm palatial Anchor Lino aUiimer
Will eaveriilroi'vory Ratiinlnv and Tiieailay ovun
Iiir at o'clocle. Rlvlim Calm a dally lumt fur Ht.
LKor'partlPtilar a ralea, Me., apply to Tapt.
Thna. W, Shlnldf. (tittmrrit Aenl, or Hoi A.HIIvor,