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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, m.
The Dailj; Mlctin.
aotireMutnw column. itini cenw per line fur
Bret mi d cnt ptsr liua each uheqnnt inaer
ti.,n. K.ir ana week, JM cents per lino. for out)
: month, w) cent! Per line
' A iHre number of men wanted to make
staves, Meady employment Riven iroin
now until next spring, r ull wages paiu
Annlv toi. Meltav. Hector. Ark., or to
Fambaker & Co., Cairo, Ills. tf
Hegi A Hucher.
John Hegi and Kberhard Bucher have
formed a partnership in butchering and
will continue- the business at the old stand
of John Ue;i on Commercial aveoue, be
tween llUh hivI 20th. Old and uew custo
iner are invited to call on them and they
will fiui a full assortment of the beat of
cut meats at all times and all kinds of John
lien's celebrated uiako of sausages during
the tuason. tt
Proposals For Filling".
Sealed proposals will be received up to and
including Thursday the 231 inst. for live
hundred yards of earth more or leap, to be
placed upon the school property on the cor
ner of Nineteenth aud Walnut streets.
By order of the board.
N. II. Thistlewood,
J. A. CiOUWTIXK,
Cairo, Ills., August 13th, 1333.
For a good meal go to DcBauu's, 5(i Ohio
'ev Biiardinij House.
Mrs. R. E. Normau lias opened a first
cls boardiug house in the Bribach house,
opposite Court ll mse, where regular board
ers and triusient quests will find good ac
commodation. Board and lodging f 1.00
per week, rates to transients fl.00 per day.
Tabid- supplied with the best the market
affords. v StMf
ovsters at IX-Biua's, 50
TO COSTKACrOKS AND UL'ILDEBS.
swaled bids will be received at the office
of II. II. (Jan lee, CV.ro, Ills., any time be
fore noon of August 3Ut, lst3, tut furnish
ing the materials anl erecting a building
at Cairo, Ills , to be kaowu as the A. B.
Jjr i Memorial Library Building, accord
ing o trie plans and sp.citK"sti"Us 'printed
copies of the specifications c a be furnished )
to be seen at the office aforesaid.
Bids may be submitted tor any part or
parts of the work, or tor the whole of it.
Goo 3 aaJ saScteit bund will be re
quired. Any or a!i bi is cviv be r-jected.
Address to the uaiersigne.i marked
"Propos'i'.i for Saford Memorial Library .
Builditg." Assa E. Sakkoku.
Cairo,"!:;., A-ig. 10. 1?J.
F r a gol cup of tea or coffee, go to
New Blacksmith shop.
A Lew horse shoeing snop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
uao&er of blicksm thins: and wagon work
done to order. Impairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
K. EkhUotl's Furniture Boom.
Don't buy any k'tii of furniture until
you.hive seea the beautiful stock at 101
CViim'Tcia! avenue near Sixth street, up
Uirs. All the lttet stvles at close prices.
Saddle Rock Outers at IMkuc 56 Ohio
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property cuLsistiojj of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a g oo 1 Jwellin house, a store
house 70 fret deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, sui'ke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at G:eenfield Ltti ling Can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I m-aa business. Come and see me.
eaOtf Jons Tasxek.
Restiurant and Oyster II use,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Jotlc in wi eon tan . :a conu per line,
n-.!r)n anl wriitimr marked or oat. if -!cu-liH
to f -.muM any i baiJte tnU'.rc-: are
a', nayi. i.id for
la several places in the city the ther
mometer markel 05 degress in the shade
yesterday It was one of the hottest days of
Miss Florence L;e f P iucah, came
down with Mirs Lulu Christman a day or
two at,ro and is making a short stay at Miss
Tuesday night a white man named
Louis Michael fell from the steamer A. J.
Baker into the river at Bird's Point, Mo.,
and was drowned.
Lot: A package of twenty-five meal
tickets, of the Arlington hotel, kept by T.
B. F.liis. Finder will bi rewarded by leav
ing same at Alexauder County Bank. 1 1
The programme for the concert to-morrow
night exhibit a combination of talent,
which is seldom brought t"gciher in Cairo
and the selectioni, to be tendered are from
the best musical authors.
This morning Ht 11 o'clock,
the little saw mill steamer Lulu Bernard is
to bu s )H at sheritf's sale by Sheriff
Hodges, at the river bank just below the
SH. Louis ii Cairo railroad freight depot.
Mr. Louis Ileihert is having his brick
house at the corner of Tenth street and
Washington uvcutio extensively improved,
internally. The lower room which is a
large one, is being plastered aud the upper
floor will also receive some attention.
Bank checks made to order, bourn! in
books, 11.00 per tuuusaud.at The Bt'Ll.K
TIN ollke. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing 11.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
One result ot the recent telegrath strike
has been the organization of a uew postal
telegraph company, which is already con
structing a lino across the continent, Janus
Mackey, the California bonanza king, is a
leading stockholder and a director. The
new company has already caused a consid
erable decline in the stock of the Western
A new gilt sign for Coffee A Bross, in
tho paint shop of Jeff. M. Clark, is, to bor
row an expression from tho quaint vocabu
lary of the "dude," a "daisy" or a "darling."
It will be up in a few days and then the
public can judge for itself.
Paducah News: "There are said to be
in the neighborhood of an hundred guests
at Dixon Springs at this time. And every
body is enjoying themselves hugely. Wliit
tamore and McGinuess' orchestra has been
regularly engaged for the season."
Yesterday young Charley Cella was
doing very well indeed. His wound was
clearing itself of puss freely and Dr. Parker
has strong hopes of his recovery. There is
some danger of blood poisoning, however,
which would result fatally as it did in the
case of President Garfield.
Yesterday Mr. A. J. Doughterty was in
tho city, calling upon our merchants with
the subscription paper for the extension of
the county road to the cemetery, lie ob
tained several subscriptions in addition to
those already on the paper, and there is
now a very fair prospect that tho money
needed will be raised.
Mr George G. Wichert returned to the
city a few days ago. He ci,me from St.
Louis here. He has taken up his home
with his family in the lower portion of the
city, and is preparing to reopen his billiar i
hall an 1 cigar factory on a grandner scale
and in a m ire convenient place than be
fore. At the meeting of the state board of
equalization Tues lay, a resolution was of
fered declaring it to be the sens? of ttie
board that the real and personal property
ot the state had been assessed at 50 per cent.
ot it value for the year lbo. Hie reso.u
tioa was mi le the special order for the
Several citizens of M.iunJ City were
down yesterday. They report the boom to
be in tuil wast in tnat vi.iage. Mors on
the levee is in progress; the marine ways
are kept constantly employe 1; anl the
furniture fact' ry will be in operation next
week, the machinery having about a!! been
After the most stenuous efforts of the
authorities of St. Louis to suppress the
liquor traffic in St. Louis, the Missouri He
public an cjBc.uies that '"after ail. the
liqu r questton appears to sianm-r down to
one of whether drinks shall be dispensed on
the sly, or whether the traffic shall vie', i a
County court was convened by Judge
R binson yesterday to try Mrs. L. A. Phelps
for insanity. Drs. Petrie and Sullivan were
consuiteJ in the case and the jury found a
verdict of not guilty. But the court wts
satisfied from the appearance and behavior
of the defendant, that the verdict was not
in accordance with the facts and will try
the ca-e again to-day.
Mr. G. Meslier, southwestern passen
ger agent of the Texas and St. Louis rail
way at St, Louis, has been provided with a
baggage car an 1 locomotive with instruc
tions to collect specimens of the products
along his line in Arkansas and Texas, to be
placed on exhibition by the Wabash nul
way company at the coming agricultural
and mechanical exposition in Boston.
A change is expected soon to take
place in the running of the 11 o'clock a. m.
out-going tram and the 4 o'clock p. 111.
incoming train of the Illinois Central roa J.
A conference is now in progress looking to
the accomplishment of this purpose. It is
intended4to make these trains "fast" trains,
so that the former will depart later and
the latter arrive earlier. What the differ
ence in time will be remains to be deter
mined. The exports of domestic produce from
the port of New York were unusually
large the past week, amounting to j,37-l,-433.
This is the Second largest total for
one week this year, the largest being the
week ended March UO, when exports ag
gregated $3,419,350. Of this week's ex
ports t"J,200,459 were shipped to Liverpool
and $1,318,009 to London. Since January
1, export were $''23,201,700, ai;ainrst $211,
027,981 for the corresponding period lust
The Anti-Organ party in the I'nited
Presbyterian church held a convention at
Pittsburg on last Tuesday und Wednesday,
The convention passed resolutions charac
terizing the action of the geueral assembly
of 1883, as unlawful and that it had precip
itated a crisis upon tho church, which has
ma le it necessary for those assembled to do
something to secure their liberty of rights
of conscience. It is supposed this means
that they will secede if tho organ or other
instrumental music is allowed 111 the
Wednesday evening a serious affray
took plsce at Metropolis, III., between
Marshal Musgrove arid a Mr. Obermark,
who is a member of the common council of
that city and also keeps a gnloon. "It is
stated, "says the Paducah News," there has
been bad blood existing between the two
parties for some time. Not long nip, it is
alleged, Mr. Obermark broke into tlm city
lock-up and either released or procured the
release of some prisoners confined therein.
This only aggrevxtcd the feeling which
finally culminated in a fight as above
stated. Ohurmark was struck with a spin'c
in th'.! hands of Musgrovo, and prostrated
to tho ground with what uro understood to
be serious injuries. Musgrove, it is said,
has fled tho city. At all events his present
whereabouts are unknown."
'The Paducah News man has the inpu
denco to demand a box of cigars that
ho claims was "up" between himself and
Tiik C.uuo Bulletin maji,on the result
of a match game of base ball between the
Kckfords of Paducah and the Cairo club. The
game has not been played and no arrange
ment had been made for it between the
clubs; but the News man claims that the
Cairo club failed to appear according to
agreement and that therefore the cigars be
long i him. The News man is '"off his
A mire agreeable and pleasant a't ot
gallantry than that of the male telegraph
ers in refusing to accept re-employin-nt in
the Western Union offices until the ladies
who went out with them had first been rein
stated, ha never been placed on record, ll
the striking telegrapher have gained noth
ing else by the strike, they have acquired
the respect aiel esteem of the public for
their gentlemanly deportment .at the com
mencement and during the cntmuance of
the strike, and their gallant conduct at its
A court of inquiry has been ordered to
investigate the origin to the yellow fever in
t ie IYnsacota navy yard. A telegram to
the navy department from Pensacola says
there were two death Tues lay. There are
no new cast. The surgeon-general of the
marine hospital service receive 1 the follow
ing telegram Tuesday night from Surgeon
White of Pens tcola: "N ' new cases in the
navy yard in the last 48 hours. There are
eight cases and three deaths to date. The
villages of Washington and Wolsey are
perfect.)" healthy. The fever is confined to
the yar 1 and hospital. Surgeon Owen is in
a critical condition."
The little viii.ye of D-aigola, HI., 27
miles north of Cairo, or, the Cairo Short
Ivne, has experienced qurte a ripple of ex
citetaont within the past few days. Two
years since two public wells were dug in
the town, one ot wrueh has oeen incon
stant use, and has afforded excellent wa
ter. The other, j) feet in depth, although
furnishing a plentiful supply of water, has
n-t been use I to any ex'ent, as when first
completed a peculiar taste led to genera!
belief that the water w as n t good. Horses
mi 1 other animals, however, appeared to
like it. an 1 of late it has been used to some
extent by parties who insist that the water
was beneficial t 'hem, an i within, the last
week it has been freely used by a large
number of pr ns, all of whom maintain
th if it seems to agree with them and evi
dently is invigorating in its effects. No
analysis has as yet been made. The chaly
beate taste indicates iron in abundance, and
prohab'y magnesia is also present. An an
alysis will be had, and it is fully expected
that it will prove a fountain of health to
those who use it.
Jeff. M. Clark's wagon an l carriage
piint shop, on Washington avenue above
Tenth street, is a new permanent institution
in the city. It is charge of Mr. Thomas
C inavari, a thorough master, of the art of
iecorative and sign painting, having been
connected for years with some of the larg-
-t ibiishuients of the kind in the coun
try. I he shop is full of work. Among
the vehicles ot ail descriptions, from the
family carriage down to the common de
livery wgon, that are undergoing beautifl-
cati m, is the wagon of Mr. Charles Bowers,
of the F.uropean Hotel. In the decoration
of this vehicle Mr. Cunavan has exerted ull
his skill, and a more attractive, rand more
artistically executed job of lettering and
striping is )et to appear. It will be ready
for busim-s in a day or two now, and will
be the handsomest vehicle of its kind in
our streets. Mr. Clark proposes to make
this p'lint .-hop n permanent thing and to
keep only first-class workmen always cm
ployed in it. Owners of vehicles need not
send away to get a good job of painting on
them, for Jelf Ubirk can attend to that 011
short notice and after a manner to satisfy
the ino;.t fustidious,
S oine'tiiiii! during Monday evening the
Argus gave to its readers the important in
foriu ttion, Ui.it .liidge Bltick had liud the
morning the day before, and that the presi
dent bad an attack of the bolly-ucho. Thai
this was an extraordinary fefe for the
Argus-is amply proven by the manner in
which it Happed its wings and crowed the
day after ; boasting that il had really receiv
ed a genuine special telegram over a real
wire by real cVetrieity, m,d thut it hnd to
reived it "in advance of all other sources of
information"- just as a hoy of six might
I) mst of bis fust puir of red tp boots. The
Argus' claim to having received ft real dis
patch, concerning m ovi.rtat that occurred
thirty-six hours before, may be good, but
thatit received this real dupntch "in advance
ot all other sources of iiifriiiiti(m" is slight
ly shaken by the fact that tho St. Louis
Post-Despatch, of Sunday evening, contain
ing an account id' the two important events
referred to in the Argu," "specials" and
giving a particularly luirnu,. description of
the president's abdominal affection, arrived
hero twelve hours b Tore the Argus publish
ed its dispatch. And the Post-Dispatch
did not come by telegraph, hut by light
ning express. Tins Bullktin's telegraphic
messenger also arrived h,!rij t, ,8Hme num
ber of hours ahead of the Argus' "real dis
patch," mid, but for the fact that Tub Bui,
LliiiN observes the Sabba'li day and dors
theieforo not issue on Monday morning,
would have given the information twelve
hours lit fore the Aigus could have done bo,
In view of these facts the na'ural conclusion
is that "Lightning Express" has much the
advantage over the r .amnion lightning thar,
by comparison, travels at a snail rate over
Mr. Henry Breihuii died yesterday
morning about G o'clock id' hemorrhage of
the stomach, at his residence on the corner
of Fourth street and Commercial avenue,
lie had been ailing for some time aud was
leading a very temperate life; his last pros
tration, which resulted in his death occurred
only last Monday. Deceased was one of
Cairo's old citi.ei.s and successful business
men. He came lu re in lot, was employed
in the brewery by Mr. Charles Schoene
meycr, subsequently for Mr. A. I.ohr in the
soda-water factory and then went into busi
ness for himself. He started in a small way,
but succeeded by industry and close afen
tien to business in building up a good busi
ness mil jutting up a Midi factory of his
own. For some weeks b ick his buisness
has been under the management of Mr.
Breilt m's nephew, and other rela
tives, in order that he might resi ard regain
his former r duist healtti. He leaves a wife
and four children, who will have the deep
sympathy of the community. He was 11
member of the Rough ami Koiiy fire com
pany aid of the Casino club, which will
conduct the funeral this afternoon at 2
The '"high gra ie meeting'' at the
opera ll.ius" li! night was a succi-ss.
There were not Uss than five hundred peo
ple preient, comprising nearly all the 111 it
substan'i il ei'i.'iis we have among us. The
meeting was called to or Jer about 8 o'clock ;
Judge F. Bross was elected chairman and
Alderman B F. Blake secretary. Judge
Bros- made a few appropriate remarks;
stat ' I tie- obj'.ct of the meeting; thanked
Me audit r.c f'-r the honor conferred upon
him; expressed his If. arty sympathy for the
purpo-ieof the a-s-inb! age, vid c nicluied
by in'roducing M ivor Hallidiv. Tie lat
ter spoke briefly ef the gre it importance of
the s'loj'ct and gave some fic's 'in 1 figures
in a general way. that prove1! the sen me to
be entirely practicable, an 1 then g :vt place
to Mr. Liriegar who made the iinr rtant
speech of the evening, lasting nearly an
hour anl a half, in which he male a mst
Convincing argument h favor of beginning
the work of riding the streets. He had the
entir- sympathy of the large audience hnd
was freq .ently interrupted by hearty ap
plause. We cannot now give even a synop
sis of the speech, as it was too Ute; but
will from time to time give
made bv the speaker. It
is sufficient to
s ty th tt the ie-nc ; ahio-t to a man went
home firmly convince i as uanv of them
hail been before that Cairo's f'l'ure iav in
filling her uo 1 1 a point at which surface
lrain ag ; c in be obtained over Ohio levee
into the river, and that the work was com
paratively easy of accomplishment.
Missouri Republic 111: '"An enormous
skeleton, apja'tntly human, was dug up
fn- miles southwest of Bariiurd, in Nod
Wiy county, a few days ago, on the farm of
John W. Harmon. Suiie of the hones,
pro'ru ling from the bank of a prairie ra
vine attracted a'tention, and on digging
into the f.me of the bank, the entire skele
ton wn ii'ie'irtifd. It biy on its face with
the left arm thrown backwarl, and the
hand resting on the spine. The right arm
was extended lorward nnd to the right.
Some of the bones, on being taken nit,
crumbled, but the others are pretty well
prrsi rvjii. The rkeleton is 12 feet in
length, indicating a companion giant to the
Nevada man whose tracks are exciting so
much interest among the scientists of the
Pacific coast. Tne thigh bone is thirty
inches in length, the ribs lour feet long and
one and three-quarters inches wide. The
first joint of the great toe above the nail is
three inches, and the toes were found turn
ed down. The toot, it is estimated, must
have been eighteen inches in length. The
bone.s were taken to Maryville and exam
ined by experts, some of w hom pronounced
them those of a man, while others thought
they were those ot a butfilo. This wide
difference ot opinion is remarkable, when
the skull itself was found. There is little
similarity between the skull of a human
and that of 11 buffalo. We shall have to
suspend judgment before accepting the dis
covery as convincing proof that Northwest
Missouri was once the hou'e of giants
twdvu fet high."
-- The parcel feature, which has recently
been added to the postal system in Great
Britain and Ireland, is an attempt to per
form in that country a service which in
this is done almost entirely by the express)
system, the difference being that the parcel
arrangement docs the work a great deal
cheaper. Any package not longer than
three feet six incln-, and of not more than
seven pounds weight, if secured with cords,
may be sent by mail at a cost of (J cents
for one pound, 12 cents for three pounds,
18 cents for five pounds, and 21 cents for
seven pounds. Payment must be made in
advance and by stamps. The parcels, nn
arriving at their destination in large towns,
are taken in vans and delivered at th.: door
of dwellings or business houseu, just as ex
press packages aro in this country. I tegu
lar mail matter has the preference over
them in tho delivery, hue it is thought
when the system gets to working smo ith,
the delivery will bo almost if not quite as
prompt as with letters. Tho system was
very liberally patronized the first day it
went into operation, showing its adaptation
ti the wants of the people. Samples of
go od", presents, jars of butter, consul ves,
eggs, groceries, mea, vegetables and cloth
ing were among the articles sent. Boxes
are being made expressly for tho business,
HEALTH and COMFORT,
Iiishilect your PBKMISES. We have a tee '
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BKOMO CHLORAITJM, GffiONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.
Also (iENUINE DALMATIAN
I AT Q lii C
KIM D.VV KVE., Anjrust -, 183S.
GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT TO
Prof. G-. A. M: Storer.
(mvcii by the Cairo Bra.ss Hand and Opera House Orchestra
assisted by the following- home and foreign taient:
so r. GISTS.
Prof. Storer Clarionette
Prof Salisbury, of Cedar Rapids,
Mrs. (ieo. Parsons and Miss Biaa
Curl Us Pianists
Mrs. J. M.Liiiisdcn. MLss Mamie Corliss
Miss M. Addla Gordon.
All the Railroads
for this date.
Tb- I'lai.o uned at th! concert In the, "PECKER hOL'AUE GUAM) " klailir
r.'-'i fr i he wcimlou hj Dr. W.C. Jotelya, Agent.
1 li nd ' IS ("omm'T-
i Cairo, Illinois.
DRY (JOOl)S ami N'OTIONS,
a ?i!l !lrie of !1 ''ie
-item. new..i colort
ie! i!iviry, anil r,t
I'Altl'KT UKI'AKTMKN' r.
I!.tr Km, Tipc".rii', Ir-giaio, Oil
l.'!o;tj. A ,, ,tc.
ing and Gents1 Furnishing
1 h s ! partm-nt occupim a full floor iii'l
l corny in repec'K. (ioodi" are
K'irarit'.'il ol latent tj and bet ma
teria;. Bottom Prices and Fir.st-fla.ss Goods!
in 1 tkri; Is evi'ry prospect that it will in
crens; t:!i iriwit, provisions and vnri
ous urtick'S of household supply will be
transmitted through the postal system di
rectly to consumers. We hve a somewhat
similar system in this country, but the
limit weight of pirccls is fmr pounds, and
the charges are nearly four times as creat.
The wedding of Mr. Alex. Abel and
Mis Nellie McUihey occurred last night
at the residence of the hride's parents, on
the corner of Twenty-eighth and Poplar
streets. It was a comparatively p'irate
affair; hut a tew of the nearest friends!
were present and made a nice party. Rec
tor Davenport, who Ins been spending hiB
week days at Metropolis for some time,
came down especially to perform the cere
mony on tnis occussiun, and he did this
in his usually impressive manner.
After the ceremony the usual congratula
tions and well-wishes were showered upon
the happy couple by those present, and
then a magnificent repast waa partaken of.
Mr. and Mrs.' Abel left early this morn-
in if for St. Louis, from whence they will go
north and return in a week or two after
f iaiu"K uuii.a '"-"- - -' - uvwbhib a "w j 1
of our most accomplished and most popu
lar young people, and the well-wiahi's of
the entire community, including those ot
Tiik Bulletin, are theirs.
M.my presents and fine ones were soot to
the bride by admiring friends.
As a public benefaction, St. Jacobs Oil
has noequal in tho world.
TUB NEW OFFICERS.
Cairo, III., August 22, 1893.
To tho Editor of the Bulletin:
Dear Hut: You will please insert tho
names of tho following persons as having
been elected by the board of managers as
officers of tho W. A O. M. A. 8., for the
7th year: J. 8. McOahey, Fres't; M.
Phillips, 1st Vicu-Pres't; J. II. Robinson,
2d Vicu-Pres't; J. A. Ooldstine, Treasurer;
J.H. Petrie, Medical Advisor and Thomas
Lewis, Secretary. The following wero ap
pointed by tho president an Executive Com
mittee: F. Vincent, W. F. Titcher, W. H':
Eubanks, W. L. Rristol and M. Eaxterdsy,
and obligo Yours respectfully,
It Thvmas Lewis, Sec 'y.
T-l OHIO LEV
and Cor. litli & Wash. Ave
Mrs. Marie Hester, of Anna.
Miss Annie I'itehei
Frank G. Metoalr. Charlie FranV
E. Y. Crowell. R. M. DavL,
Duet. Trio. Quartottef
&c, Szc, Scc.
- - FIFTY CENTS
into Cairo will five reduced rate.s
Q.EOHGE II. LEACH, 51. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Special attention paid to the H iroc(.iathle rrca
nun' of nrirical dieaa-a, and dlae of tome
and chl dren.
OF'UCK On Uih treet, opp,ait the I'or
office, Cairo, III.
JJU. J. E. STRONG,
123 Commercial Ave , Cairo, III.
VAI'Ott, ELECTKO-VAI'UR axa MEDICATE .
A ladf In attendance.
W. C. JOCi'LYN,
D K N 'J" 1ST.
OFPK K -B ftita Htroet, near romuercla: Atent
R. K W. WniTLOCK,
Orrvm No. lit Commercial
Kghlaand NltiUi Mtfeeu
ft-EW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE j
O. O. PAT IK R fc CO..
Cor, Nineteenth atroU Po I Til "r S
Commercial Avnna f Villi N ; i
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Grand Central Store.
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DRY GOODS, 1
j WM. OEIILER,
Shon on Halliday Avenue, between mirth aud
bizth Streets, Cairo, Ulluolt.
tjrAU kinds ol llht and heavy hhckamlthlnir,
waiinn and carrlaije work domi In the rao-twoit-minium
manner. Ilorne-hoelna a auecialtv and
J autlfactlon guaranteed.