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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MJtttftNG, JANUARY 22. 1884.
m. J. howley;
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter'! Block,
rtfut the following in' Fir Insurane
Coapam , vt: la Scottish Paloa and National,
Capital o?er 4521,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
Tie Union, of Philadelphia, organised la 1804;
Assets, over $1,500,000.
The Lion subscribed
Call for b otters and calendar. Agent lor the
American Line of Steamships. Ticket on ial to
and from all parte of Europe.
Rottree In tnts column.
. eient cenu Der line
Irstaud Ave cent per line each auoeequeut inser
tion. For one week, 80 cenu per line, for one
month. 0 cent per line
I hereby give notice tbat I bats on tbil
day iold my entire itock io trade to Joseph
Kaufman, of New Turk City, who will
hereafter carry ou the iewelry buainess at
my former place of busineM. I trust be
will be remembered by my old cuatomen.
Dated Cairo, III., Jan. 17, '84.
Having purchased the entire stock of Jo
rpb Bernath, I will carry on the jewelry
business at the old stand. I hope to merit
a share of the public patonsge.
Dated Cairo, 111., Jan. 19, '84.
I have accepted employment under Mr.
Joseph Kaufman, as salesman, and will be
pleased to see my friends ond former cus
somers at the old place on Sixth street.
Dated Cairo, III., Jan. Slat, 1884.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. tf
Board and Booms Wanted.
Board wanted with 3 rooms for 3 adults
and two children; in a private family pre
ferred. Unexceptional references t be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 238, stating
terms and locality. lw
will buy a goo i meal cooked to order, at
jtfncKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Brimes, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
will huv a good
to order at
Fr e of Charge.
All pursuits Huff -rinrf lrm Coughs, Colds,
AsthuiH, Bronchitis, L m of Voice, or an af
ffCtiou ot .the Tlirott and Luuga, are re
quested to cull at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, -free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful meiits and show what a regular
dollar-sise bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Restaurant and Oyster House,
Do Sot Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaintc, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (8)
Oysters at DeBaun 06 Ohio
GENERAL LOCAL 1TEM8.
Notices in these coinmna. ten cant per line).
ach Insertion and whether marked or not. if calca
Uifid to toward any man's business Interest are
always pain for.
Local on third page.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Capt. O'Neal, of the Anchor Line com
pany, was down yesterday.
-Mr. and Mr?. W. D. Lippitt returned
Sunday from thoir wedding tour.
Several hundred old papers, exchanges,
for sale at Thb Bcllktis office. tf
Engineer James Johnson regulates the
motive powr of the Ella Kimbrough on
her trip to Memphis.
We are still ready to sell our entire
lock of clothing. 0,ldstine & Roeenwater.
Only one case of drunkenness, legally
dreaaed down by Justice Robinson, was all
the po' ice business in the city yesterday.
The State Register iyt Jno. YT.
Reave ha a good chance of an appoint
ment under the secretary of the federal
Thawing weaher is now promised us.
A rise in the temperature was reported
from all points in this weather circuit yes
Mr. W. F. Lambdin returned last
evening from Padur.ah, after several days
absence, and the river column is again
judge it'Uir-sm convened county
court yest.Tdey for probate business. He
also entered up n order tbat all objections
to street filling asseumenti under ordinan
ce No. 137, mu.t be filed by or on Monday
The death ot Pilgrim McRaven, one of
the prominent farmers of this county, oc
curred at hit home In Clear Creek some
The heaviest ica of the winter to far
came down the Ohio yesterday and the
night before. The Wabash gorge was re
perted still firm.
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The BoixiTUf job office, No. 78 Ohio
The Centralia Democrat, heretofore a
weekly paper, and a good one, too, is now
to be issued semi-weekly. This evidence of
prosperous growth in the Democrat'e bank
account is pleasant to contemplate.
The second number of the Cairo und
Mound City Anieiger appeared yesterday,
a little behind time, owing to the publish
er's recent bereavement.. Henceforth it is
promised us every Saturday without fail.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
others who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at Tim
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
have now in contemplation a Washington
tea party, to be given at tome popular ball
in the city on Washington'! birthday, the
22d of February. The sffair will be a
novel one in its line. All the attendants
and those in charge will be attired in conti
nental costumes, and the decorations, etc.,
will be in keeping with the occasion.
Capt. Kimbrough, of the steamer Ella
Kimbrough, had a narrow escape from
drowning Sunday night. The night was
very dark, and in attempting to step from
his boat onto a barge, he missed his footing
and fell into the water; but being a good
swimmer, he kept himself afloat, called for
help which came, and by means of a rope
he was hauled aboard again. He went out
on his boat for Memphis yesterday.
Major E. W. Halliday, accompanied Jby
Mr. P. B. S. Pennebaker, made a trip to
Mound City on the trycicle yesterday, re
turning shortly after five in the evening.
They made the return trip in thirty-four
minutes and were running at an easy rate
at that. The machine beats walking all
hollow. It is worked with both hands and
feet. It is a graceful looking little rig and
so light that one man can raise it from the
track and replace it with esse.
County Commissioner Mulcahey came
down frem his country home to attend the
county court on probate business, yester
day. He reports tbe roads very rouh and
traveling very hard on horses' feet. The
grtreled road, however, is in good condi
tion. The wheat crop at present promises
to be fine. The snow that covered it dur
ing the late depression of the temperature
protected it. It nothing occurs to derange
the usual order of things, a good crop of
wheat will be harvested.
In the circuit court yesterday morning
the case of J. H. Trailer vs. Mrs. John
Holmes was first taken up and alter taking
the evidence the case was submitted to the
court without argument, and was decided
in favor of the defendant. The case of
Martin Smyth tor use of Geo. W. Hendricks,
vs. Robert Smyth was next taken up and
the court took it nnder advisement. Next,
was the case of Qeo. Christman vs. Amos
Amount, which was pending when court
adjourned. It is thought that court will
conclude the term to-morrow.
About two months ago)a negro named
Emanuel French sought care for a .shot
wound in St. Mary's Infirmary here. He
naturally attracked the attention of the
officers. Ioquiry proved that he had come
here from St. Louis. Chief Myers and
Officer Mahanny toek charge et him and
inquired of St. Louis if he was wanted
there. A reply came saying that he was
one ef two negroes who were caught in the
act ot committing a burglary, were shot at
and returned the fire, wounding a citizen.
The officersjhsre were requested to send him
back to St. Louis, which they did ; and yes
terday the chief got a letter from the chief
at St. Louis stating tbat both French and
his partner were sent to the "pen" for three
and five years respectively.
Mr. J. Friedman, agent for the Harden
Hand Fire Extinguisher Co., of Chicago,
is in the city and will give a publio test of
his extinguisher this afternoon at 8 o'clock
sharp, at the corner oi Eighth street and
Commercial avenue. The test will be an
interesting and a novel exhibition. Mr.
Friedman will build a large, hot fire in
the street, of wood steeped in coal tar and
oil, and will extinguish it entirely in half
a minute. The extinguisher consists of a
neat little glass globe hermetically sealed
and filled with compressed carbolic acid.
These are to be suspended on the walls or
in the corners in the garret, basement and
rooms of the bouses; and when a fire
breaks out one or more of these little
globes may either be taken down or thrown
mw the lire, or, being bsated where they
hng, they will burst, and the liquid con
tents will generate carbolio gat which will
promptly extinguish the fire. Mr. Fried
man has been very successful in introducing
these "grenades," aa he calls tbem. The
Anna Insane Asylum was supplied with
them, by Dr. Warmer. The exhibition
this afternoon will prove what thv are.
The components of Dr. Bull's Cough
8yruo are daily prescribed by the ablest
physicians, whose success is due to the
special influence of these components. Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup skillfully prepared for
immediate use, is for sale by all druggists.
In Uraleful RemrabrNe.
St. Louis, Jan. 21. An altar set, con-
slmlnir of a cross and vases of exquisite
beauty, was placed upon tuo altar ot Christ
Church on Sunday morning. The set ar
rived from London on Saturday. It was
executed by Messrs. Jones Willis of Great
Bussell street, London, and Is a gift to
the church from a gentleman In Plilladel
pbia, in memory of his mother. The cross
Is forty-two Inches In height, of brass, en
amnlle'd In blue, red and green, and set at
intervals with agate, carnellan, crystal and
lasoer. The vases are also of brass and
correspond with the cross, snd together
thev make a handsome addition to the
beauty of Christ church.
After Tea Tear.
Chardon, U., Jan. 21. October 27tn,
1873, old Mrs. Robinson was found at her
home at Munton, in tbts county, robbed
and lu a senil-couscluiis condition. Some
months afterward she (lied from the effects
of the maltreatment by the robbers. Dell
Ashcraft has confessed tbat he snd Ira Bid-
lake and wife were the perpetrators. Tbey
bad knocked her down and put rails in the
stove, so tbat when they burned, flaming
embers would fall on the floor and set the
house on tire. All will be arrested.
Wlibdramu from the National Hoard.
Milwaukee, Jan. 'i. A resolution was
presented on Saturday at the session of the
Board of Trade from providing fur the
withdrawal of the chamber from the nation
al board of trade. The causa of this
action is given in an unwillingness on lbs
part of members ot the chamber to serve as
delegates to the national board. This un
willingness In turn Is said to have come
from the little interest awakened In the
sessions of tbe national. The resolution
lies over until Wednesday.
Washington, D. C. Jan. 21. Immedi
ately after tbe reading of tbe journal, tbe
Speaker called tbe States for the usual
Mondav's introduction of bills. There were
many private bills, pensions and war claims
largely predominating. Comparatively few
were ot a general character.
Senator Dunn introduced a substitute for
the bill to compel certain railroads to pay
tbe cost of surveyors, for the Issue of pat
ents for lands to railroads having earned
Senator Ho man introduced a resolution
directing the Secretary of tbe Interior to In
form th9 House whether since June 1,
1882. there has been issued any patents for
lands to states, or corporations, where tbe
time for the completion of tbe road, tor
which the grants were mado had previously
Senator Hoar reported favorably from the
Committee on Judiciary, a bill providing
for tbe performance of tbe duties of the
President and Vice-President In case of re
moval by death.
Washington, Jan. 21. Senator Ed-
rau i) J introduced a bill to amend tbe act
relating to construction of railroads and
telegraph lines from tbe Missouri river to
the Pauihc coast. He slated tbat the bill
bad been preparad by tbe Commissioner
of Railroads. In his opinion tbe compan
ies should be reimbursed by tbe govern
ment for sums of money paid out by tbem.
Senator Miller, of ew York, Introduoed
bill to revise the Postal Laws.
Washington, Jan. 21. A Dill wa re
ported favorably to the Senate to-day by
Hour, from the Committee on Judioisry,
providing for the performance of tbe duties
of the uffl :e of the President in case of his
removal by death, resignation or Inability,
of both President and Vice-President, pro
vides tbat in sucb an event tbe Socretary of
State, or if there be none then tbe Secre
tary of tbe Treasury, and in like order the
Secretary of War, Attornev-Qeneral, Pott-
master-General, Seoreiary of the Navy and
Secretary of the Interior sball act as presi
dent until their disability, removal or a
president be elected.
Washington, Jau. 21. The House
Committee on tbe appropriations bas
directed Chairman Randall to re
port to tbe House a Joint resolution, auth
orizing a Joint expenditure under the direc
tion of the Presldeut of an amount suffi
cient to defray tbe expenses of the pro
posed Arctic expedition for tbe relief ot
Lieut. R. W. Greely and party. Tbe re
solution fixes no limit upon the sum which
may be expended, but requires the Presi
dent to submit to tbe next session of Con
gress a detailed report of the expenditures
made. Tbis action of tbe committee con
forms strictly to tbe recommendations made
by Secretaries LI ncoln and Chandler.
The House Committee on Pacific rail
roads heard Representatives Dunn, Valen
tine and Anderson, in support of the pend
ing bills Introduced by tbem. If adopted,
tbey will compel laud grant roudi to select
aud pay for tbe survey of lands throuh
which the roads are located. Williams,
attorney of tbe Kansas Pac lie road, argued
In opposition to the bills. Tbe committee
decided to continue hearing the evideuue
until the 29th, when tbe bills will be taken
up tor action. The indications are that a
bill, compelling the roads to act immediate
ly, will be formulated and reported to the
House with a favorable recommendation.
Denied by Lincoln.
Washington, Jan. 21. Tbe report sent
out from here Saturday last, tbat Secretary
of War Lincoln, would resign and bocoin i
a pronounced candidate for the Presidency
If President Artbur signs the Fitz John
Porter bill, should It be passed by Con
gress, Is ridiculed here to its full extent by
Lincoln's friends. Secretary Lincoln says
be has made no remark that could possibly
be oonstrued Into the language of the dis
patches sent out.
The HcLtau-ui . . ,.ieatl Corneal, jjj
Washington, Jau. 21. They say at the
rooms of the House committee on Emotions
tbat no new testimony has been offered in
the McLean-Broadtae.nl contest, and that
there Is no indications of any In the neat
future, so little interest being manifested
In the contest. In fact the names of the
attorneys for the contestants aro not even
known. Mo one has yet appeared to rep
resent either side.
Washington, Jan. 21. Hon. B. Coul
field ot Deadwood, Dakota is here and will
be Joined In a short time by other promiu
ent Dakotlsns, who will work for the pass
age of a bill pe-ilng up to settlement the
(Sioux Indian Reservation In Dakota wbloh
occupies 80,000,000 acres ot choice lands.
Tke Porter BUI.
Washington, Jan. 21 -General Sloeum
says there Is no desire upon tbe part of the
friend of Fits John Porter, to limit d bate
upon tbe Porter bill. Every man In the
Heme opposed to it may speak If they wish.
THE UjtfTISH LION
To be Bearde in Eli Favorite Den,
And Downed k American AlbiaUa Iss
SIM Cossmaj Ensrlleh ham- J
Nkw York, Jan. 21. An athletic
rueetlug will bs held in Madison Square
Garden on tbe Kb of February, to raise
funds to defray ae expenses of tbe athletes
who will re preen t tbis country at the Eng
lish Cbamptooalp Meeting In July next.
Tbe Manbatta Atbletlo Club will send
L. E. Myers, rtbur Waldron and Harry
Fredericks. Jyer will no doubt repeat
bit conquests t 1881, when he astonished
the English sbletes by his beautiful style
anil wondeful speed, but It can
hardly be expected tbat Waldron
will defeat tbe English sorlnters or
tbat Fredrlcks will prove good
enough for T. G. George or W. Snook at
any distane. Frauk P. Murray, the
champion w.iker, wiii represent the Wil
liamsburg QU. His style is much fairer
and be Is mcb faster than Eugene Merrill,
tbe Boston Talker, who astonished English
walkers In 881. Murray bas eiade sad
havoo with walking records during tbe
p ist year, ad his time for a mile, two
miles and thee miles are now the best on
record In thi world. A ten-mile race for
tbe "Intrnatloaal Championship"
will take , place ou the Washing
ton Park; rink, Brooklyn, Thursday
evening al I o'clock. Axel Paulson, of
Christiana, Norway, Elliott and McGold
rick, of Canada, and G. D. Phillips,
Charles H. Fluff and Samuel J. Montgom
ery, of lb la city, are among tbe entries.
Pblllipsis lbs champion of America and
holds tus present reoerd for ten miles and
Montgomery hold the records from twenty-five
t fifty miles. Pfaff is a very fast
ska'er, lutsome doubts exists as to bis
staying ' qualitlts. Paulson claims tbe
shampioisiip of Norway and Elliott and
McGoldriel are considered the best in
THE DIVlL'.a DRIDUE DISASTER.
Bnrylnsr lie Dead -la Memory of Tblr
Nkw Bkdiord, Mass., Jan. 21. Every
train tbat cones into the town brings sev
eral friends and relatives ef tb victim of
the Devil's Btldte disaster. It is now as
certained tha. the vessel bad on board
ninety-one paisengers, fifty-nine first-class
and thirty-two steerage, making with a
orew of forty -Ire 186 souls In all. Of tbe.e
only twenty-niue are known to have been
There is scarcely a probability that any
new names wil be added to this list, as it
Is firmly beliered tbat all tbe others are
loxt. Not a woman or child aboard the Ill
fated steamer was saved. Most of them
were washed overboard as oon as tbey
reached the uiperdcck, and the balance of
tbem died frtra oold and exhaustion or
were swampec In the life-boat. -
Purser Spajldlng rive tbe following
story ot tbe wreok: "When the vessel first
struck on the edge. I rushed on deck and
met First Officer Fuller. leaked, 'Wnai
does this meaaf' He replied, 'It seem to
me that wi ate on Devil's Bridge, aud, if
to, we r lost, i hurried tben to tbe
cabin; saw Charles House, the second
steward, and told him to knock In the
doors and get tbe passengers out. He
went tbrou;b the starboard and I tbe port
Hide of tu9 main cabin, rapping at the
doors, and knocking them la worn
we got no reply. Just a I reached
the I ant doer, the vessel keeled over
and 1 was compelled to rush on deck. I
got to the weather side; three or four pas
sengets were there. Ii a moment tbe ves
sel righted and settled. Tnere was terri
ble confusion on tbe deck. Men and
women, some with children In their arun.
c ambered up to the deck, clinging franti
cally to every available projection. Ti.e
monstrous seesawept them oft into tbe sea
like so many straws. Groans, .yells, piercing
shrieks and curses contended with tae fury
of tbe i;al The wind wa now blowing a
hurricano, but the moon shone brilliantly
snd the land was plainly visible. The
chief steward and I went into the maintop
with a passenger. I saw the life-raft and a
half-dozen men ow'pt from the hurricane
bone, and noticed tbat one of the poit
boats had been launched and
upwl. Port boat. Xo. 5, was
launched by Officer McDonald and two
sailors; a passe n ire r named Tlbbett also got
into tbe boit. I stayed In thti maintop nu
ll. 9:30 o'clock In the morning, w.ien I
u taken oft by a life-bout from May
It Is alleged tbat the bu oy off the D vil's
Bridge bad shifted and ibis win tbe cause
of the accident, butN. Pase, tbe keeper
of Gay Head light, says: "I think tbe
steamer was twj miles or more ou'. of her
course. She was fully a quarter of a m le
Inside the buoy." Tbe general Impression
Is that the captain changed bis course to
lie southwest sooner than he should, and
thus ran her straight Into tbe outer led.'e
IN MEMORY Of THKIK PASTOK.
Lyn;, Mass., Jan. 21. Services were
held In the First Universalist Church in
memory of Rv. W. W. Wright and wi
and Miss Davis, members of tbe church,
lostlu tbe Columbus disaster.
To Reward Heroism.
Boston. Jan. 21. The Post call upon
tbe public tor a testimonial subscription to
bn presented to Lieut. Rhode of the re
Von no cutter. Dexter, as a recognition of
bis hnrolo efforts to save the lives of those
wrecked on the City of Columbus. It
heads the same with W0 and offers to re
ceive sums from any quarter and any
araouut, acknowledging the receipt and will
pay the same to Lteul. Rhodes.
from tho wreek.
Boston, Jan. 21. The bodies of Mi s.
Bachclder, of Dorchester, and Miss Beaoh
have arrived, also Quartermaster McD n
aid, rescued al Gayhead, but taken sick
and put to bead. Hli condition Is alarm
ing. The train also brought Purser
SpauldlngaBd Henry Collins, second as
siatant engineer, John Illnes, John Holmes
aud Thos Breyter.
Flame at Hot Sprlnsr.
Hot BrniMoa. Ark., Jaa. 21. Tin
mercantile establishment ot Huff & Arm
strong and Huff's residence, adjoining,
burned Sundav nlghtf loss, flO.000; in
sured for $1,500 eaeh Jst the Mercbaut'i
of Newark, and the Norwich Union of
Tammaav A bead.
New York, Jan. SI. -The Board of
Alderman organised by electing Alderman
Kirk of Tammaay Hii rreaiueut.
The kloif of Spain ha accepted the
resignation of hit ministry.
Popular : and : Eeliable : Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE -
AE Annual Clearing Sale
Of all the Accumulations of the Season.
Previous to stoik taking: we give special attention to clearing: out remanta
and odds and ends of all descriptions. We are determined never to allow old
goods to stare our customers in the face. Iutellnt buyers never buy old and
shop-worn goods at any time. We acknowledge the tact that a LIVE JHH'SK roust
have LlVKUuolH. and that people like to buy from a prosperous aud wide-a-wlde
rouse. Oil goods yield nothing and their presence Injures the sale of
others; therefore, we say THEY MUsT GO pm ions to stock takiug next month.
Buyers of Dry Goods will find this a golden opportunity to serve tn ir wants
Special sale of Mnsliua and Embroideries this month. Buyers of Dry
Goods will save money by trading with us.
CHAS. E. STUART.
WM. M. DAVIDSON, '
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and -A.gato Ironware.
Jloofin:, Gutterin and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TELUPflONE NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Jlaterial, c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF-
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Notices Id this column laree line or le J6enii
one Insertion or $10O per week.
OR8ALK. BUnki. ChaUul Mortage. Hpcrlal
Warr.ntv and Warranty JDcedi at to Uulletlo
Job office 78 Ohio Leve
WAfTFrif We want men and women tv
M Ail 1 rXJi enrwher. to fell our Dlamoi di
No preTloua experie ce necewtrv. K..r partic
ular" aridreu WBAKl.EY A BCRU ETT.
1-15 lm 2J7 Vine at.. Cincinnati.
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
niaa In Oil Palntlnir. nnder Mrl. O Filler.
Clasa In Wood-carving, ltepom-e to Braal, Ktcb
log an Modeling, Mra P. Koramejrer. C'laae la
rreenana Drawing, unarcoai, u rayon ana raeiei
Work, Mr. K. M. Houiih.
rr.r term and arrangement! apply to matruciori ,
or to the (Secretary of the Woman tiat aua
Ut. . SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
DEALS KS IN
Boot & Shoe
No- 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- 5th & Sth Ms.,
Jutt received fall .n of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will tell at the lowest bottom prices, tt
comprise the best of 8T. LOU It HAND MADS
M of BOSTON MANITFACTUKK9, LADIK8'
and CHILDREN'S 8SIOE3, and GKNTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOES.
BTWe alao mke to order anything In oar line
ofthe beet material and workmanship.
JJEW YORK STORE,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor. Nineteenth street l fairi TH
ContmMclalAvMBei VttlrU, 11.
CLARK ft LOTETT,
Telephone No lOf
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mad to order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Leve A Commercial At.
OA1HO, - - - ILL.
Bepairlog neatly done at short notice.
J E. INCE,
-.Manufacturer and Dealer ro -
8th Strtei, between Com'l Ave. id Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
&fe Kesaired. AH Kinds ol Kv Made.
W. bTRATTON, Cairo. - T. BIRD. Missouri.
STBATT0N & BIltD,
No. M Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'l.
9PA4nW American Powder Co.
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ot now Fall and Winter
) UIILUU UUUUUj
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all dzei and prices.
Clewing & Gents? Furnish'g Goods
A fulYand complete stock Is now being
Josed out at great bargains.
All (Jooda ittBottom rml
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