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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOtWUVQ, JANUARY 15, 1884.
M. J. IIOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winter'! Block,
NprMMUth followlna Vl",'??
Companies, !: Ths Soottlsa Onion and National,
Capital oyer $21,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
The Culoo, of Philadelphia organised la 1M;
Assets over $1,500,000.
The Inn n rrh '
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The Ml) Bulletin.
I. ;or lue eaco nbeqiisnt iiitnr
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Sotlc to Tai-Payeri.
I now have the tai b wki and am ready
to receive the taxes f"r the year A. D. 1 883;
and as every one know that there is no
ihi to dodge their taxes, my adfice u, to
come to the court house sui pay their taxes
at ones and sure coeU. Tura truly,
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, 111., Jan. 11, 1884.
Restaurant and Oyster House, 88 Ohio
A good heating stove in first-class condi
tion, new grate and basket, lined with fire
brick. Apply at the Bulletin fflco.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
KucKien'8 Arnica salre
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coras, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Pile. It u guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded . Price
M cents par box. For sale by Barclay
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 36 Ohio
Levee. j f
Woman'! True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, aud will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Bros.(3)
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
A Texea Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were be a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up ao incessant coughing,
mskinifit imp-vwible for him to be heard.
Yet, h"W very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr Kind's New Discovery
fur t'laitumption. Cut(hs tod Colds. Trial
bottles given away at B relay Bn'
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ery, Jacob Elr. tt
A party of M u id City young people
wers down list night in attendance at the
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at Thi Bntxrns office. tf
The Ancients met lut night at tbe resi
dence of Judge D.J.Baker, and had, as
usual, a delightful time.
Mr. J. Burgsr, of Hew York city, has
been here since Wednesday looking after
his Cairo business.
"Dad" Dunham, of tbe Scudder, was
taken to ths Marine hospital station ber
yesterday, to be treated for pneumonia.
The ladies of the W. 0. T. U. will
givs a regular supper at the Temperance
hall on Tuesday evening. Supper 35 cents.
Miss Mollis Riley resumed her duties in
the public school yesterday, after a brief
period of sickness which kept her athome.
The nightly services in the Methodist
church, which were held all through lut
week, will be continued through this week.
They proved very successful last week.
Fall stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Th BcLLKTta job office, No. 78 Ohio
A.DOUC a aozen new desks and seats
were ordered by the school board some
tints ago for use in the public schools, and
tbejr arrived yesterday. Atout half of
them will be set up in the primary depart
ment of the colored school end the other in
Mr. Reed Green's room on Eighteenth
By order of the mayor the shooting
galleries were closed up Sunday night and
the proprietors informed that hereafter
their establishments must not be opened
Sunday at all.
50,000 6f envelopes, full govern
ment, bust quality, bought low, and will be
sold to our customers in lots of 5,000 at a
bargain for next ten days. E. A. Burnett,
Job Printer. tf
Requiem mass was ce'ehrated in St.
Pi rck'a Ch hulic cliunh, 8 o'clock yester-
d iy moromg, for the victims of the recent
itell-ville fir, Fitaer Murphy nfficisting.
Tn- servicB wan v-iy solemn.
Although the ic in the Mississippi,
lick "f the city whows xigns of weakening,
it is still string and holds fast. Sever!
paased over on foot Sunday reported it
sol d clear across.
We hare a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
others who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at The
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
Judge Robinson yesterday afternoon
united Mr. Divid Weathers and Miss
Althia Woodruff in marriage. The parties
were from Rushes Ridge, Mo., and the
ceremony took place at the Waverly house.
Two flat-boats ot produce, which
started from Paducah some days ago, were
seen to float by New Madrid Monday in
ths ice, beyond the control of those on
board. The flats, with their cargos, be
long to Boswee Bros, of Paducah.
The cue of Mary Jane Linsey vs. ths
Illinois Central railroad company, was on
trial all of yesterday in the circuit court.
Tbe prosecution had concluded the intro
duction of evidence wbsn conrt adjourned
to meet again this morning.
Mr. Mat. P. Walsh, who some time
sgo went from this city to Tsxarkaoa, to
take an important position in tbe Iron
Mountain railroad office there, baa been
transferred to Helena as agent of the road
mentioned. His many friend hers will
Mr. B.C. Constant, business manager
for "The Jolly Pathfinders," was in the city
yesterday and bad bis company 'billed" to
appear at ths Opera House here on next
Saturday night. The compaey was hers
before this season and gave the best of sat
isfaction. The ladies of the W. C T. U. desire
us to say that although they have sent out
invitations a few msy have been omitted
and the public is generally invited to supper
to-night. All who fail to receive a special
invitation are earnestly requests to ac
cept this general one and come to supper.
Senator Hogan, of Pulaski couDty, was
in the city yesterday. He is also oca of
the appointees of Gov. Hamilton, to ths
Mississippi river convention to be held at
Washington soon. He expects to start
with Councilman McCrackeo, of Mound
City, another appointee, next Saturday.
For the laat two years not one new
counterfeit note has been put into circula
tion, according to the secret service officials,
who heli'-ve that the number of ''shovers of
th qu -er is steadil . deceasing. Legis a
tiin is recommended making it a crime to
counterfeit the securities of foreign govero-
-In lt er m Mr. E A. Bunett, dated
L- V i-in Ci . Unuary 8rti. Mr. II.
C. I) P- y i ,t h hetlth is steadily
m -r v:n : n I "i it he is about to start for
- G Ariz ma. Mr. D-Ptw a!M
! m- om ,r,r nfC'iiitield & Uimmn,
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. s t'a'if i iii- and bearing t the
i , rtir' t'ie imtivniuei nm- of the
n.m, "S Canti ld-J. M. .-.mron"
-fl.i J urnal ..f Health says a ' old in
i a'l m iy t'r quently be rut sh'-rt if
r ad d t unc i, by suutfing up thenuie th.:
um- of spirits cf camphor, ammonia or
bay rum. This remedy must be applied
every few minutea to be effective. Ia the
meantime the patient should remain in a
warm nom and avoid draughts of air. If
the cold is not eured In twenty-four hours, it
will remain ten or twelve days in spits of
ths treatment, or if neglected its effects may
lut a lifetime. Colds result in serious and
fatal diseases only when neglected.
Four eaaes of disorderly conduct and
two ot excessive liquid spiritism were at
ended to by Justice Robinson yesterday.
The disorderly ones were darkies living on
Eighth strut, near the Mississippi levee.
Two of them, husbsnd and wife, had en
gaged in a fierce quarrel in which danger
ous weapons were handled truly and with
bloody intent, whan others, neighbors, also
intsrfered and became entangled in the
fuss. The strut wu selected u the stage
for the performance and the public general
ly made the unwilling audience.
Our entire stock of Clothing. Hats. Cans
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. A business
which hu been carried on for the put 10
years situated in the busineu portion of the
city with an established trade. Our stock
is new and fashionable. As we are deter
mined to go out of the clothing busineu
we will offer great inducements to cub
buyers or such terms as may beagrud upon.
For particulars enquire of
tf Gouwrnri 4 Rohmwatbb.
Cairo, Ilia., Jan. Jd, 1884.
Ctrar-elet llondly'a Inang;uriloo
COLl'MHUS, O., Jan. 14. The uain
this morning brought many witness of
the ceremony of the Inaugurating of Gover
nor Honlloy. There were the usual
thrones shout the Slats House and hotels,
but it wus noticeably not so large as on for
At S o'clock p. m. tbe Duckworth and
Jt ffenon i-u" of Cincinnati, the Jackson
clun of I):iyion snd other clubs proceeded
to tlie Park Hotel to escort Ooveinor
Hoadley and other diatlngutt.bed visitors
aud tbe J'liiit Legislative committee to tbe
CpU"l. 1 be c ub mado an imposing; ap
pearance ana wire a pleasing relief for tbe
uuul mi liary ei-cort. The weather is
threatening and tbe a'reets tbroueb which
the Governor Is tscorted are Musby with
mingled snow and dirt. Tbe absence ot
miititarv pomp and parade Is noticeable.
At the roiurils of tbe Capitol, prayer wu
offer-d bv R"v. Dr. Giouden of tbe Con
gr -gailonal Church of this 3ity.
Governor Foster presented Governer
E ect Hoadiy and the latter delivered bis
Inaik'urai address, after which tbe oath of
iilll".- administered Dy Chief
J dice J. hn$ou of hu Supreme bench.
After the oatb ws administered tbe usual
band shsk iu followed and tbe governor
was escorted to bis office Tbe Senators
and Repp sentatlves returned to tbs Senate
chamber to witness tbe oatb administered
to Lieut. -Gov. Warwick The swearlug
in then continued all around tbe State de
partment. A Sinpld Sheriff.
Hannibal. Mo., Jan. 14. Frederick
Well, a Pike county, III., ssloonkeeper,
was arrested at a party last Friday evening
for selling liquor to minors. He gave a
bond of $500 without leaving the party,
and after Sheriff. Simkins bsd completed
tbe bond be inadvertently laid It on tbe ta
ble and started away. Well noticed this,,
and thinking be bad been subjected t. an!
indignity by bis arrest In the present ot
bis neighbors and friends, be eoncldad t
get even with the Sheriff. He aoordlg,
pocketed toe bond and came to this r'.,J
where be was lau,'hing In his sleeve t " the
Sheriff, while tbe latter Is probably Consult.
Ing tbe best autuorities to find out how be
can produce the prisoner and s'jtisraotor,lT
explain the bond matter to ,ne County
Court, as the case was to be '.ried t Pltu
Nbot Hlf wife.
Pittsburg. Pa., Jan. 14.-At mldolrbt
John Duffy fired flve shots at his wife in the
attempt to murder her. They were mar-
ried seven years, but have not lived to
gethe r for about a year. Duffy hu been In
tbe bablt of calling on bis wife every Sun
day evening, and did so last evenlnir. He
went sway and returned at a late hour and
rang the bell. Mrs. Duffy opened tbe door
and Duffy tired. The first shot entered her
left side. As she ran to tbe street be flred
acata, tbe ball grazitu: her temple. It is
thought the wound in tbe tide will prove
fatal. Cause, a little child angered tbe
father early In the evening. Duffy hu been
drinking. He was arrested and Jailed.
Ibe No.lt Triad.
Pittsbpro, Jan. 14,-At 10 o'clock this
morning the ease of James Nutt, charged
with the murder of Lyman Dukes on June
19 last, was cslled in the Criminal Conrt.
Tbe arrangements are all eomnUL T, u
theugbt a Jury will be secured and tbe trial
piutrcu iu-ujor.-ow. me aeiense will be
"Emotional Insanity." Many prominent
physicians will teatifr in n.
- . j .M ... u y .
Nutt's demeanor Is quiet and composed.
uuimtneu, ae nas been much more
cbeerfnl since his irrival. Tbe attor
neys for tbe defense am ivmfl.lom n ki.
A Treacherous Foensam.
PlTTSBlKG, Pa., Jan. 14. -At nine
o'clock last niebt John Zlnk and and Ailam
Hlrtb bad a dispute. Tbi-y adjourned to
the backyard to settle the trouble. After
agbting for some time, Zlnksnd started off
leavinic Hlrtb lying on tbe ground. Parties
witnessing the fiijbt picked Hirtb up and
carried Dim Into tbe house when it wu dis
covered that be was bleeding profusely
from a number of very severe cuts on the
head, neck and arms Inflicted with a knife
which will probably reult fatally. Zink
and wu arreted and Jailed.
Sen. Haoroek and Part.
Hot Springs, Ark., Jan. 14. General
Hancock, wit and party left here yester
day for Coaboraa County, Miss., where they
will spend a few days with Mr. Russell
Hancoc. The General will then visit bis
farm in St. Louis county, returning to New
York in two weeiis. Hu attention having
been called to the advocacj of several promi
nent Journals of his renomlnation the
General remarks that as be bad been the
I at candidaie his name mum perhaps be
relered to until another nomination.
Joplin. Mo., Jan. 14. The temperance
movement Is being pretty effectually ad
Uted Id this county. About three weeks
ago C. J. Holt, "The Reformed Man,"
arrived here and organized a W. C. T. U.
After a week's labor he went to 8arcoxie,
In tbe northern part of the county, and then
returned to Oartervlile. On last Thursday
Joe Crltcbfleld. the 'ougb Dlaraoo d" of
Indiana, another temperanoe apostle, ar
rived In the city and U advocating the
Chicago, Jan. 14. A despatch from
Naples says: Fire last night started In a
frame bouu and spread rapidly. Tbe ex
tinguishing facilities were inadequate. Tbe
residents worked with might and main but
oould not gain control until ten business
houses and u many more dwellings were In
uhes. Ths loss Is roughly estimated at
over fifty thoussod dollars with small in
surance. Nipped la I bA Bad.
HAKIfiBAL, Mo., Jan. 14. Five priso
ners in the city Jail, after having arranged a
plan of escape by breaking open the main
entrance door and taking tbe bars from the
windows, were suddenly checked this
morning by tbe Jailer. Had tbe scheme
proved successful they intended to set tiro
to the building. A prisoner who was not
In the eompaot turned Informer.
Beeaiaeei Wltb G4 BateblwaT
AOOUSTA, Ga.,Jao. 14. Tbe Pioneer
Machine Shops of Covington have resumed
work with a hundred men employed. Mr.
Frlek, of Waynesboro, Penn., bsoks tbe
msnagement with nine hundred thousand
Baptist Chareh Baraea.
Janisvillb, Wis., Jan. 14. Tbe Bap
tist Church here, one of the finest In tbe
Northwest, burned to th ground b last
night. It It tuppoud UU tbe fire oni mat
ed from an overheated stove. Lost, feOt
Remarkable Oaie of Mistaken Iden
tity. Traile Baleide et Jeeeb Bolhaehlla,
Caaaea ay Merveao UeMlily.
Nkw York, Jan. 14.-Jacob H. Roth
tcblld, cousin of Jaeob Rothschild, a well
known millinery Importer of Fourteenth
street, tblt city, and No. S69 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, committed suicide at hit parents'
resldenoe, No. So Henry atreet, Brook yn,
at 0 o'clock Saturday night, by thooting
himself in the right temple. The decease J
left tbe Fourteenth street establishment at
tbe close of business Saturday evening and
eut to bis borne in Henry street. He ap
peared In excellent spirits, conversing witb
tbe members of tbe family until tea. After
bit meal be remarked to bit brother Abra
ham that be thought he would go to tbe
Park Theater, but ebangtd bit mind and
removed bit ttreet dress, adjusttd bit slip
pent, and, pioking up a book, went to tne
back parlor to read. He remained there,
APPARENTLY DUPLY ABSORBED.
until about 8:80. He threw dwwn tbe vol.
ume rather suddenly, sad leaving hit om
(urtable teat by tbe grate Ore weqfctt'
stairs. Abrabam Rotbtobtld aut M'
brother and titter ot toe deea
eugageu in conversation, tp, tjr
rectly oyer the back, parlq
leaning into the Heaping aye
ng was open, ana Mra, W
on the hH. being 111 U' 0lDwna '7 P
.ill wiiii ,,r,.t,r,. the time. The sui
.i,i, . f h iyn,r 2 " down by tbe bed
thewi.iu.nv. ai moment, walked to
m there several minutes
appa, '- " us
meditation, and suddenly
oegan groaning u If ia great
uster ran to him. but he an
oi to uotloa her, and ttarsd blank'
a. a moo utgan io gesticulate wuaiy.
AAnllnunJ i. - - I I .
. vuu.iuuou tw inwug more VIOIoHl,
winging bis arms and dancing about in an
insane manner. Tbe other brother
quietly asked Minnie to go Into tbe next
KNDIAVOB TO QUIRT HER MOTH El,
wno naa become alarmed at tbe strange
actions ot her ton. Then be gently aiked
bis brother to calm bimstlf aud offered
him another glass of tbe lemonade tbey
bad been diiokins together durinz the
evecing. Thit bad no effect upon the
thoroughly Infuriated man, who, with
aesparate enott seUed bit brother and
tbrew bin violently upon a sofa exclaim
Ing, "I am a martyra Christ. Don't you
see tbe cloud coming down for me to tit
on?" Abraham fearing that bit brother
would do hlmtelf or tome one else an Injury,
ran to me door leading to bit mother
room and turned tbe key In the look. On
turning tbe crazed man wu teen to be
putting bit hand to hit bap pocket. Before
he could draw tbe weapon which be bad
ABRAHAM SIIZED RIM.
Their stru,'ge wu of ihort deration.
tor, with a mighty effort, tbe terrified
broioer was burled from tbe tuloide, who
toreamsd, "Don't come near me." Abra
bam duhed Into tbe hall, and u he wu
about to tbout for help, tbe report of a pit
tol rang out, and witb a groan the young
man staggered and fell to the floor. Tbe
sutolde's brother was betide tbe prostrste
form In an Instant, but It wu too late. He
had placed tbe musxle to bis riaht temple
and tbe ball bad gone eruhlug through tbe
brain. Hiserelids twitched convulsively,
but be did not tpeak or recognize anything.
The bed-room door wu butily opened and
Minnie, the young lady, wu called to make
AS COMFORTABLE 18 POSSIBLX.
Without waiting to arrange hit ttreet at
ttre Abrabam ran to t&e office of Dr. W.
A. Bobbles, tn tbe street, but when tbey
returned together tbe unfortunate man
was found to be dying. He lived ten
minutes after tbe shot was Ired. Tbo de
ceased came to this oountry ten yean ago
(rom Frankfort, Germany. He wat tent to
ooltege, and after graduating wat taken In
to the eatabllnhment of bis uncle In this
city. He was made superintendent of tbe
Phi ailelDbla branch of tbe millinery house,
at 1022 Chestnut street. Lut spring be
bigao to suffer occasional attacks
of melancholia, and, as be
did not Improve In health,
bis unole considered It wise to have him
come home. He wu given a similar posi
tion in tbe Fourteenth ttreet store, where
be cf B turned up to tbe day of bit tragic
death. Prof. Samuel Armor, and Dr. At
kinson, his medical advisers, tay that bit
inelaucholla wat due to nervous debility.
The weapon must have been purcbaied
recently, for none of tbe family knew of his
earn intc it before Saturday. It was a five
c a ni lie red, self-acting revolver of 38-uall-tire.
Tue funeral will take place this after
noon from tbe late borne of tbe de
ceased. Daylig-bi DeprailBa.
Taviokvillk, III,, Jan. 14.-F. C.
Cloyd's bouse, near Morrlsonvllle, was
burglarized yesterday afternoon while tbe
family was absent. Entrance wu effected
throuih a window. A gold watch, othi-r
Jewelry, clothm? and a few dollars In
money were taken. Tbe thieves were
tracki-d to Barnel. Cbu. Sbraub, a
young cigar-maker, was attacked by two
tramps at Morrlsonvllle to-day, and $12 was
forcibly taken from him. The tramps,
later, paid for their dinner at a restaurant
rrelabt Siaiutle From Cairo.
Cairo, III., Jan. 14. For December
last the freight handled here by the consol
idated Wabash. St. Louis A Pacific, Mo
bile A Ohio and M ssourt Pacific Railroads
amounted to 80.000.000 pounds. Footings
on tbe consolidated balance tbeet were
about taoO.OUO. Tbe number of bales of
cotton tent east over tbe Wabash Hoad for
tbe s.nne month was 80,000.
Mate Dad Dunham, well known tn St.
Louis, was sent to tbe hospital wltb pneu
Toothed Off With Hla Tee.
BiHi.Nvii.LE, Mo., Jan. 14. Nicholas
Crump, a farmer living five miles west of
here, was found dead at 10 o'clock last
nigbt, In the woods near his farm. He left
home that evening witb his tbotgun, tell
Ini; bis wife bo wu going to kill bimtelf.
When found be bad one hoot off and It Is
tuppoted be put tbe muzzle of the gun to
bit mouth and pulled the trigger with
bis toe. Deceased was 40 years ot age.
Fob ad Freest agTlte Hebhe Feaa.
Warsaw, Mo., Jan. 14. An aged ne
gress, known as Proscella, reported to be
and avoided as a witch, wu discovered In
het thanty almost frosen to death and wu
resuccitatcd with difficulty. 8be wat with
eut ore and food.
Cbail Hobbs, brother of Tom who killed
Jeff at Fairfield, remains In eustody In de
fault of $1,000 bail, tor threatening to
avenge Jeff's death.
Small-pox is rapidly spreading at Gir
ardville, Pa. Ths schools ere ell closed.
Tin, Copper and J- -i
Roofiujr, (Jutterinar and all kiitf A 0f nware'
and 'Sheet Iron : work in Tin, Copper
Nos. 25 &
I i ,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Kngraviiiffs and "Wall
KEl'OKT OP THE CONDITION
or TH R
CITY NATIONAL. BANK
at Cairo, in tbe State ol Illinois, at tbe close of
teefmber 31st, 1883.
Loans and discounts $3M,S95 44
Overdraft tm g
V. S. bonds to sucure circula-
vuier iucki, duuup una aion-
uua irum approved rceurve
agenu I 7i809 M
Due from other National banks 30,719 44
Due from State banks and
bankers 13.968 10 115,49681
iumu esiaie, luroiiure ana ni-
tnrea...... S5.916 08
luecaa ana oinerrua items. ,f 1.3.13 w
Bills of other Banks 14,161 00
Fractional paper currency,
Nickels and pennies 3jn a
Gold $! m i0
Hllver ,HIA 70-
Leral Tender notea..
15.IXW 00-54,541 W
with U. 8.
Treaiurer, (5 per cent, of
Due from IT. 8. Treasurer.
other than 5 per ceut. re
demption fund - "on 00
Total J-..$76,S04 M
Capital stock paid in....g lno.nm 00
Surplua Kund lio.tirt Oft 2Vi nm oi
National bank notea outstand
ing Dividends unpaid. .
Individual deposits aubject to
check taw.sn ai
Demand certificates of deposit. $J.i8 W
Certified checks 5 O 00
Due toother National hankn.. Din i
Due to State banks aud bank
ers S.'.TIO 03 414.304 80
notes ano nuis re-a neon Med, 50.0UO 00
Total tirj, a as
o., . till i . . . w
mw ui Illinois, county oi Alexander, at.
I. Thoa. Ilallidav. CiKhlt-r (if ihc hr,r r.m.n
bank, do solemnly swear that the above utatcnienl
irae to tue Dee i oi my Knowledge and belief.
i nc. n . iiiij.inir c 'hir
Subscribed and sworn to before me this l-Jth Ha
uiu.t;, ioch. i. it, HAT LEI,
R. H. r-CNNIHOHll, 1
O. D. Williamson, Directors.
H. n. Candii, I
cri w R
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mde to Order.
8th St., hot. Ohio Levee fc Commercial Ave.
OAIUO. - - - ILL,
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOLE8A.LE AND RETAIL.
rhe Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I
8th St., Cairo,
Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
Telephone No IOC
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
OME NIGHT ONLf !
TUESDAY EVE, Jau. 15, 'W.
The Celebrated Original
16-IN NUMBEll lfi
A Great Musical NTo?elt) !
A Rare Melodious Treat!
Their Playing Indescribable! Nothing
of the Kind Erer Here Before!
Admlsilon.JS, M and 75c. No extra rhars tor
reserved seats. Raserved sests at Bader's.
as. a. satrra.
seiaa-r a. sura.
Grand Central Store.
W. BTHATTON. Cairo.
T. BIRD, Mlssoori.
STEATT0N & BIRD,
No. 67 Ohio Levee, Cairo,!'!.
aT"V4U4 Anssricaa Pawnor Co.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Com'l Ave., between Sth and 10th St.
MANUKACTORBB A DKALKR IN ALL KINDS
Ammnnlttoa of all descr'p'lims alwavs on hand ai
BOTTOM PRICES. ".ano a.
Oeajral repairing In ail kinds of metal. Keys
fall descriptions mads to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Ulva me a call, and he convlnrad for
yourself, at the t gn of the "BIO GUM,"
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Mm Proprietor, Cairo, IU.