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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1884.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Room 10, Winter'! Blofk.
repr.ee.it the following IraUelau Fire Insurant
Compens, ya: Tbe Scottish Cnton end National,
Capital oyer 1521,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
ha Union, of Philadelphia, organised la IW
Assets, over $1,500,000.
1 ha Lion uhcrtbd
Cell f rboturs nd calender. Agent lor the
. .-. ii rl . U . . MM alia tA
' Si'ft'lAt. NOTICES.
jiotirnsln tniseuiamn eigni ennti per I'ne for
Irrtandnvn cent per line each euoenuent inser
tion. Fw one week. 30 cents per line. For one
month. SO cent per line
I hereby give notic tbat I have on this
day old my entire atock in trade to Joseph
Kaufman, of New York City, who will
hereafter curry on the iewelry buaineaa at
my former place of business. I trust he
will be remembered by my old customers.
Dated Cairo, III , Jan. 17, 84.
Hiving purchased the entire stock of Jo
epu Bsrnath. I will carry on the jewelry
business at the old stand. I hope to merit
a share of the public ptonee.
Date! Ciiro, III-, Jo. 19, '84.
I b acrep'ed emplo)ment un-ier Mr.
J oseph Kufmm, as salesman, and will be
plea'i to see my friends nnd former cus
tomers at the old plc on Sixth street.
Jos cpa Bariuth.
Da'eJ Cairo, 111., Jan. 21st, 184.
will hay a go.nl meal cooked to order at
De Baun's. . tf
Board and Booms Wanted.
Bard wanted with 3 rooms for 3 adults
and two children; in a private family pre
ferred. Unexceptional references to be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 233, Bteting
terms and locality. ,. lw
will buy a gooJ meal cooked to order, at
UucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cut.
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bore, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfactiou, or money refunded. Price
23 cents per box. For tale by Barclay
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Free of Cnarge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection oi the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call 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 merits and show what a regular
dollar lixe 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 beiog
a true and reliable remedv, and one tbat
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, 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)
Saddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in mee comma., tnn ent pr line.
tv.h nertlon and wnntber marked or not, if calcu
ltd to fttwant mr man e bueineae Inloreii are
L'tfal on third page.
Ice, wothl and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jrol Kl-e. tf
Notice Ftrnbakfr & Co.'s locals t
Several hunlred old pnrvt, exchingog,
for sale at The Bcllkti oill.v. tf
Some person traits Mr. Geo. Parsons'
fin Newfoundland iup from his residence
up t iwn Monday night.
We are still read to sell our entire
tuck ot clothing. Q illstiae & Rosenwater
The Singer works are running unti
iuociock every night now, in order to
keep up with the demand for cabinet work
(or their machines.
Full Btock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Th Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
People continue to cross over on the
ice in tho Mississippi back of the city. But
the milder temperature has left its effect on
the ice in the form of slush about an inch
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
tberj who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at Thb
Buixrns office at low rates. tf
Mr. W. H. Oakley, of the Singer works,
svss ie-elcted superintendent of the Medio
dist Sunday school. Major W. H- En
banks was elected assistant superintendent
Mr. George Parsons secretary and treasurer,
and Mr. Walter Bristol librarian.
Mr. N. S. Remington, general freight
agent of the consolidated rordt here, re
turned yesterday from a trip to New Or
leans, Memphis end other points, on offi
cial business for the roads be represents.
AH our watches, silver and gold, have
been re polished, re-engraved and refitted ay
F. Blauer, the most celebrated watch-case
maker in the world ; so tbat the most expert
cannot select that they ever have been
worn. FaaBBiXiR 4 Co,
The river commenced to rise here
Monday night. A rise of seven inches was
reported in last evening's bulletin. At Cin
cinnati and St, Louis respectively a rise of
one inch occurred.
Prof. Jack Emery, brother of Prof.
Will Emery, arrived in the city yesterdsy.
He is also a musician. He will remain
here a week or two and locate somewhere
in this vicinity finally.
If yon contemplate purchasing a watch,
chain or any article of jewslry give us a
call if you wish it save the jeweler's enor
mous profit of 30 per cent and 25 per cent.
of the wholesale price.
It Fambaleb fc Co.,
Hon. S. P. Wheeler came down from
Mt. Vernon yesterday, and reports ice in
the Wabash as firm without any indication
of a speedy break. The ice now running
in the Ohio is nearly all Ohio river ice.
The Presbyterian ladies had a better
audience to attend their concert at the
church Monday night than they had Satur
day. The exercises were rendered as be
fore in a faultless manner. They will real
ize, perhaps, 150 as their net gain both
We will show to "bona-fide" purchas
ers a wholesale price lilt of one of the larg
est jewelry houses in the country and
deduct 25 per cent off.
Fajutbaibb & Co.,
A petition is to be circulated among
the working class in every town and city in
the union for signatures, the petition pray
ing congress for a uniform law to prevent
the importation into this country of foreign
laborers under contracts made abroad.
Prof. Mason's dance for his classes and
and pupils will be given in Hartman's hall
to-saorrow night, instead ol Temperance
hall. The attendance will be to lsrge tbat
the professor deemed it advisable to make
the change in order to furnish plenty of
ream to dance.
Our stock of watches comprises all the
standards, in movements, etc., Howards,
Waltham, Elgin, Springfield, Hamp
den, Rockford, Lancaster movements and
Blauer, Dueber, Fahy, Keystone, gold and
silver cues, also "filled cues."
Fabibiker & Co.,
It seems now that the effect of the
cold upon our "garden truck" was even
more severe than was at first supposed.
Only two species of plants seem to have
escaped entirely. The horse radish, buried
deep io the soil, and the cowslips, on the
ice covered ground.
The pay-roll of the Mississippi riyer
commission includes sixty-seven engineers
and a large number of clerks, besides forty
cooks. The salaries of the cooks smount
to $1,800 a month; and, excluding all the
laborers, the annual expenses of the com
mission for personal services are half i
Alderman Harry Walker ret urnsd yes
terday from Memphis, where he left his
new theatre in a most flourishing condition
The theatre has a seating capacity for
eight hundred people. The admission
price is 25, 85 and 50 cents, snd nearly
every nigot since tns opening, it was
crowded so thst people bad to be turned
away. Mr. Walker has just cause to feel
much elated over this state of things.
Several days ago the Illinois Stste
Orange, iu session at Sprinflgeld, resolved
that the patrons of Illinois should refrain
from patronizing newspapers largely de
voted to doubtful advertisements and the
details of Tito and crime, they being unfit
for the family cirole The (Juincy News
remarks pointedly and truthfully, "this is
rough on some of the religious newspa
pers." Will some of the Southern Illinois Re
publican papers pause just long enough in
their tirades against lawlessness in the
southern states to ootice the following from
the Chicago Inter-Ocean of a late date?
"In the south, where there is a great un
written law for crimes unnameable. ven
geance is swift against the criminal, but
here, unfortunately, it Is difforest. How
ever peaceable and law-abiding people may
be, it were but rank hypocrisy to deny that
mingled with horror at the crime there is
a feeling of actual exultation at the retri
bution mated out by citizens, in place of
waiting for the alow and uncertain process
of law." Of course, our Republican con
temporaries will all in one brestb quots
"Clip," by Mdalming, "that's slips and
Every one has twill and a mind to think
for himself, yet many will go about back
ing and coughing uutil a friend recom
mends Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for that
t r.wHht kj It tetl.
Chicago. Jo. Si. The City Council,
which had adopted the ordinance requir
ing tbs Inter-Sut Exposition Company to
par an anoint rentage ot J10, 000 for the
ground occupied by their building on the
lake front, has rescinded tis action and
flxd S300 as tbe mm instead. Tho Expo
sition Company bad voted lo tear down the
building if the ordiuauce was enforced,
which caused the change of front. It has
htm expected all along that ibe National
Republican Convention would tie held in
KK'RD FOR A Ml'KIKRKR.
Chicauo. Jan. 22. Tbe Council also
authored a reward of 11,000 for tbe arrest
of tbe murderer of Amelia Olsen, tbe young
seuuistrms, whose mysterious death wa
reported J.nnury 16.
ODtral Time Abandoned.
FoftWayxk, Ind., Jan. 22. It ha
been derided by tbe County Commissioners
to turn tbe u'Uirt bouse and all other clouks
to tolar unit), or twenty-elhl minutes
.lower than central time. School" will
com menus on tbat time and all butlueis
tiuuses lntbli city will go back to the old
Killing aa Engle.
Lexington, Mo., Jan. 22. Mr. Victor
Wells, of Lexington Townsnip, killed so
eagle a day or two ago which measured
scveu feet from tip to tip of lis wings and
four feet from beak to tall. It Was of now
erful proportion, its talons beiog ot re
markable size and strength.
Madison, Iod., Jan. 22. A seriru
nabbing affray occurred at Bedford, Kj.,
Saturday, the participants being Judge
Perry Giilum and a young man named
Hackney. Hackney cut Giilum badly aoroas
tbe eto roach.
:uimlliet lo Jail Without Ball for tbe
(.'.provoked Harder of SJIopbee ,
HiLLSBuKo. III., Jan. 22. The prelim
inary triai of Webster I. L. Walcher, ao
eused of tbe murder of Stephen Sturgeon,
was held ia the court room before Judge
Phillipr Larye crowds of people from the
kceoe ot the murder aud from all parts of
the county ouugre?ted iu town and filled
tbe room to overflowing. It will be re
membered from these dispatches tbat Stur
geon was killed by Walcher at
A 8PF.L1.INO SCHOOL
in RoundireeTownabip last Wednesday sve
iiio. Tbe evidence in brief as adduced
on trial shows the following faots: Oo
Wednesday evening Stephen Sturgeon,
accompanied by Frank Burns and John
Miner, started to tbe Tester Sohool House
io attend a spelling olass, arriving there
about 0:80 o'clock. Shortly afterward.
Wra. Walcber, a brother of defendant,
came and callinu ftturzeon outside said be
wanted to talk to him. Sturseoo told
young Walcher that he beard be (Walcher)
bad sailed blrn a villainous name and he
wanted biro to take it back. Walcber said
be would take It back. Just at this time
Webster Walober arrived on tbe scene and
Inquired what tbey were taking back, Wll
tam replied: "Ob some foolishness.' '
SrCROEON THUS EXPLAINED
what it was and Webnter aaldt "You are
too big to jump on Will; if you want to
Jump on anyone Just bit me." Some
words en.ued, when Waloher again dared
Sturgeon to bit him. Sturgeon did bit blrn
a light blow ovptthe brim ot bis bat, when
Walober tmme'ikatelf drew bis revolver and
hot Sturgeon dad. Tbs ball penetrated
tbe skull )ut omr the left eye, killing him
instantly. Tbe evidence olosed at 9 o'clock
last night, snd Judge Phillips, In com
menting on the case, dwelt on tbe enormi
ty of tbe oftsnsA, and delivered a scathing
lecture on the carrying of revolvers by
young men. In conclusion b stated tbat
tbe case was such a one that he enuld not
admit the prisoner to ball, and be
THEREFORE DEMANDED DIM
to Jail to await the action of tbe grand Jury
at the March term of court.
From tbe facts brought out In this cae
It is not at all Improbable tbat Montgorop y
county will btve tbe novelty of a banging
erelong. Tbe defnodant is a young man
about 13, and his victim was not yet 20. As
usual In sucb cases, a girl figure s the In
direct cause. Tbe father of the defendant
is a preacher In Missouri.
WATTE R4TT"N HOVETtlOU.I
Mod Bluer fita.ll bj thn Chrga ol
Alton, X 111 - Jau. '21. Henry Vatteratt,
of tbie city, was married here some few
weeks ago to a comely young German
maiden. After a few days a spectre ap
peared in tbe rather substantial form of a
young woman, Mary Snyder, who, before
aJtistloeof the Puaoft, made oatb tbat
Henry Vatteratt was tbe fathxr
of a child about to - be born.
As soon as the summons was served on
Vatic rot t ho be ook himself immediately
to tbe office of the (ustice of the peace, ex
plained that be had Just been married to sn
Innocent, loving and trusting wife, snd
didn't want this matter noised around.
He therefore waived a preliminary exarain
tlon and took an appeal to the city court.
The tribunal convenes the first Monday In
February, and the alleged paternity of
tbe Infant will be tben and there settled.
Vetterott is a respectable cliitun, the
proprietor of a feed and provision store on
Second street, and be and his frtunds olalra
tbat this Is a case of blackmail. Tbcy say
tbe woman In question Instituted the pro
secution partly for money and more for
some fancied slight suffnred by ber at
Vsttcrott's hand's. Whatever the oause
may be, however, she seems determined
lo fight U out. Tbe case bat been kept se
cret, Vindicating TbemsHvea.
Bostok, Jan. 22.-T!ie fi.hcrmln ssy
tbe City of Columbus did not strlk on
Devil's Bridge st all, but on Mussel B 'il,
mentioned in these dispatches, which Is
situated 800 feet outside of tbe bouy off
the bridge. Tbey say further that there Is
but fifteen feet of water there, and all con
tend tbat Captain Wright was correct when
he said he saw the buoy on tbe steamer's
port bow st the time she struck. Quarter
msiter McDsnald, tbe man st the wheel
when the catastrepe ecourred, has been
reporter! as having said that when off
Nobska light Capt. Wtlght gavs blrn the
courss to fellow as southwest by west, and
he held that courts until the vessel struck
the rooks, sjapt. Wrlf at admits tbat he
was correctly osoted as far as abanglng tbe
courts atmbna Is eeheernsd, but also
ssys that tereSle enterta bis stateroom In
the pilot asHtse le sell ins teased mate to
obaote the otrarsf to west by southwest
wbsa Sht rM should bs eft Tarpaulin Cove
light, aa4 la ls pinion this was net done,
keuse she wMU.
Brave as a Lion While Committing tha
Crime Under Coyer,
Bat Craven aa a Jaehol When Con
froatod ay sao Victims of Hie
I'aichouuic. L. 1., Jan. 22. Two bun
fired people of this very badly swindled vil
lage gathered in Tower Hall to raise funds
for tbe prosecution of Edward 8. Peck, tbe
proprietor of the Patehogue and Suffolk
County Rink, wbl-b closed its doors last
Frldav. Most of those present were cred
itors, filled with rail and bitterness of spir
it. Wbat little charity there was left for
the unstici-essftil speculator did not keep
ovrr Sunday. A feeling was prevalent that
Perk bad not turned over all bia properly
for ibe benefit of tbe unfortunate ereditois,
but waa looking after bis own Interest.
Tbe meeting bad ust eleoted a chair
man w hen s boy, breathless wltb excite
ment, came rushing up tbe sulrs and
roared. "Peck has killed himself. " Tbe
meeting was summarily adjourned, and
men, women and children rushed up Main
street toward Mr. Peck's bouse. The only
man not molted by tbe news was a wood
chopper who bsd lost his little all. He kept
on with his work and said:
"I wltb he bad shot himself three years
ago." Mr. Peck was at tbe bank In tbe
morning with the assignee snd an expert
accountant endeavoring to -figure up the
aseU. His nerves were all unstrung, bia
talk was irrational, and as he expressed
himself to an acquaintance, be was
"suffering a mental bell." Ua baa
kept himself very much secluded, but
seems to be aware of tbe bluer feeling
against him in tbe village and to know tbat
be was in momentary danger of arrest.
He was afraid to stir out of doors without a
companion, aod Dr J. J. Craven volun
teered to take him to and from tbe house.
John Rue Smith, the unlocky town col
lector, had a stormy time with Mr. Peok In
Potter k Price's office. .
"Look me In tbs face like a man, notllke
a coward as you are," be said.
Mr. Peck wsa much frightened, aud be
begged tbat he should be protected from
bodily barm. Hs was in such a terrified
condition that he was soothed with opistes.
An account of tbe shooting U given by Dr.
Craven: "I was sitting wltb Mr. Prok in
Potter and Price's office," be said,
"waiting for Mr. Potter to return from
Denver and open tbe bank. Mr. Peck was
very nervous, evidently fearing personal
violence. To dlstrsct bis attention be
picked up a newspaper and began to read.
Of course be found something not very fa
vorable to himself. Suddenly be threw tbe
paper down and went Into tbe bank.
I followed him, In the absenne of
Mr. Potter, not wishing so leave
him alone. He asked me If I would drive
bim borne for a few mloutes, as be wished
io gt something. I consented willingly,
supposing be meant more assets. He and
b wife had been stopping with Joseph
Loekett, a relative, over Sunday, and I
w-as going to drive blm there. "Xo: oo;
to ray own bouse, "be said. We went
there and found tbe place locked. Peck
never spoke, but be paced exoltedly up and
down tbe veranda. Finally be went down
to a back dtorand eaiersd the house, leav
ing myself and a boy outside. Ha bad not
been in tbe bouse two minutes when I
beard s shot, which was soon followvd by
three more. I took In tbe situation at a
trance ami smashed In a window and enter
ed tbe bouse. Peek bad locked the door
behind him, and I found htm on hia bands
nnd knees on tbe floor with tbe blood
streaming from his mouth and uoee. I iift
d hi La on a lounge, bis arms aud bN legs
banging limp. There was no external
abrasion, to I concluded he bad flrd all
tbe i-hors into the mouth. His pu e w .,
slow and there w everr sppear.mce of
approaching diskoluilon. S on he rallied
in .iu'h a vrav that 1 was con v lewd thai
there was no brain trouble.
'For f iod's take, wbat hur vn don?' '
"Dootor," be answered, "I hnve wli.
linqly wronged no mnn and they nr going
to lyncb me. "
Two other physioinni came and Peck was
put to bd and we all three mnde an exami
nation. Dr. Cbapni found only one bullet
wound in the left side of thn mouth. Mr.
ppi-k had fired towards bis brain but lb'!
bullet bsd paed through tbe hard paiate
into the nasal puMge, and be hud spit it
out with a great flow of blood. AftiTtlie
firs' shot be bad pulled thn pUlo! mir of M
nioiiih and fired the other
three into the celling; the bnpii
went through the pla.ter, sirun
a lath and rebounded to t h- carpet, w iere
we found thmn. I carried the news lo bis
wife, who was watching the crowd around
tbe bouse f'om s window on the otber aide
of the street. Sue thought It w n angry
she said, "my Edward shot hltnsxif I I. it
tru. dootor?" and she f ilmed.
Dr. Preston remalnttd with Mr. Ptck
during the afternoon, and the latter talked
frofly about his attempted suicide. He
sayt he fully meant to kill himself, pre
ferring death to publio nensur and dis
grace. Cl!lPl.E? CO LOST.
TS OroM Merchant Maturing a
Scheme for a New Town.
St. Lotus, Jin. 22. At tbs last meeting
of tbe Commercial Club, which meets on
the third SaturJay of every month at the
Llndell Hotel to discuss movements to pro
mote tbs prosperity of tbe city and country,
Mr. Samuel Cupples gavs a very Interesting
account of btstrlp througbtbe P :abody ten
ement bouses In London. So much
entertained were tbe gentlemen of
theolub that a resolution reqUHSting Mr.
Cupples to prepare s paper r fleoting his
luipie-sions ss to tbe best manm.-r in which
he poor of large cities can be given cheap
nnd healthful homes, was iiiunitn msly
passed. Ma. Cupples stated that during
his first European tour he bad pil l o 'ii ii
attention to tho manner lo which tbe peo
ple were boused. Hs eonslders tbe "Pea
body tenements, ' ' which are bouses or
sto-y and a bait, located at susirbsn
points of Loadea, rather ahead of anything
he visited. He premised the c ub to give
them somo very tatsretUag statist bis, re
flections snd sagfesttest. It will be re
membered tbat Mr. (topples soma three
years sgo dsolsred kh tntenMoo of con
solidating bis vsrtea fsotertei and creating
In the vicinity a avetnt ytlraf. rtow,i,
something en the otter ef Pall man. A re
p.mer. In coamrselsJ af befere yester.
tliir, learned Mat fee was saore than ever
Mermtned te leave suet a nioiniwiit.
I'be site (er tbe new factory h not
ueen cbetea yet.
A bill for new constitutional conven
tion has pawed the Kentucky legislature,
Popular : and : Eeliable : Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Of all the Accumulations ol the Season. '
Previous to stork taking we give special attention to clearing: out rernanta
and odds and ends of all descriptions. We are determined never to allow old
goods to 8tare our customers in the face. Intelligent buyers never buy old and
shop-worn goods at any time. We acknowledge the fact that a LIVE HOUSE roust
have LlVKwoolN, and that people like to buy from a prosperous and wide-a-wide
house. Old goods yield nothing and their presence Injures theoaleof
others; therefore, we say THEY MUVT 60 pre ious to stock taking next month.
Buyers of Dry Quods will find this a golden oppon unity to servo thi ir wants
Special sale of Muslins and Embroideries this month. Buyers of Dry
Goods will gave money by trading with us.
CHAS. K, STUART.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FU11NACES,
Tin, Copper and Aaato Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering: and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TKr.TrPfJOXK NO. 20.
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAH-E A SPECIALTY OF-
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Notices In this column three lines or less iAcen's
onelnsertlon or $1.00 p'r week.
FORUAI.E.-Blsnks.Cbsital Morgsges, hi.rcul
WsrrsnlT snd Warrant Deeds at tne Bulletin
Job office 7b Ohio Leven
WA WTFni Wetvant men snd women ev
" Al" U erTwbr, to sell onr Dlemnrds
No previous rxperlenee necesssrv. Kr psrtlc
n!sr address WEAKI.EY & BURNETT.
11 3 Ira !X! Vine St.. Cincinnati.
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman s Club
and Library Ass'n.
Clase In Oil Tsintine. nnder Mrs. O Plskor.
Class In Wood-carving, Keponse In Brass, Bich
Idk anri Modeling, Mrs V. Koremcrer. Class ia
Freehand Drawing, Charcoal, Crayon and Pastel
Work. Mr. E. M. Hoiuh.
Kor terras and arrangements apply to Instructors,
or to tbs Secretarv of tbe Woman's Club and
lit. m. SMTH.
ISBIBT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'l Ave., Bet- 6th & 6th Kta.,
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will soil at the lowest bottom prices. It
eooprlsee the beet of ST. LOPI HAND-MADS
tad of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, 1.ADIB8'
and CHIF.DRKNM SHOES, and GENTS' RUB
BKR BOOTS and 8HOKS. -
HTWe also make to order anything in our line
or Ibe bust material and workmanship.
JEW YORK STpilE,
WHOLK8ALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VJ5RYCL08
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninoteenthetrsvt) Pair A TP
CommercitlAyeanef vlUlV, II..
CLAEE & LOVETT,
Telephone No 101
Patrick T. McAlpine,'
Made to order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
Repairing; neatly done at short notico.
J-9 E. INCE,
-Manufacturer and Dealer rn
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION.
tares Beoalred. All Kinds of Kevs Made.
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
STBATT0N & BIED,
No. 67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, PI.
Auants American Powder Co.
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heeVy stock of Body Bnela, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full atock of Oil Cloths, all elaee and prices.
Clc'hing& Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A falTand complete stock is now being .
eloeed out at great bargain!.
All Uooda at Bottom
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