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M. J. HOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent
and Notary Public,
Boom 10, Winter' Block,
represents ths following Irsfcelsss Fire Insurance
Companies, vti: The Scottish Pnlon tad national,
Capital oyer 121,000,000;
Assets, over $33,000,000.
be Colon, of Philadelphia, organised In 181)4;
Assets, over $1,500,000. .
To I. Ion tnbocrlbed
Cal' frb oHern aud c 'lend ri Awnt lot the
American l.'De of Meam ipi. Tickets on sale to
aad from 1 prt of turope.
The Daily Bnlletin.
dottrel In tfliseotamn.etgnt centa per line for
IritandttTe centa per line each subsequent Inser-
-.Ion. For one wtwk. 80 centa per line. For one
Tonth.tiO centa per lire
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
De Bairn's, tf
Board and booms Wanted.
Board wanted with 8 rooms for 8 adults
and two children ; in a private f ami If pre
ferred. Unexceptional references to be ex
changed. Address P. O. Box 288, itating
termi and locality. lw
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
DeBaun's. , tf
BucKien'8 arnica salfo
The Beat 6ae in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
Free of Cnarye.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Langs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
tore and get a trial bottle of Dr. Zing's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (8)
Restaurant and Oyster House, 58 Ohio
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
.S 1 L , 3 J-J
ana wnicn reauy aoes as recommenaeu.
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 Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys aad 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 08 Ohio
Physicians recommend porous plasters in
cases of buck ache, lame side, stiff muscles.
Theumtttium nnd nil local pains. Hop Plaa- I
a i . .1 i : : m u I
ier are me ueei uiitue, coiuuiuing r rcttu
Ilnpg with Oums, Ttitdy to use, pleasant
aul powerlul in action. 25ctB. at any drug
store. h.NKKAL LOCAL items.
.'nttce. to thate comm n cent per Una.
i..,"i.. and wh"ther marked or not, if calcn
n.i fiw I ov in iu buatnesi Ininreit are
-L hI on third pge.
Ice, wood and kindling, at Citv Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tt
8'ate Senator H gan, of Mound City,
was in town yesterday.
Several hundred old paper!, exchanges,
for tale at The Bullktik office. tf
The pre-ident has nominated Simeon
Walker as postmatter of Carbondale, Ills.
Mr. Thomas Clark, conductor on the
Mobile and Ohio railroad, bu gone to
New York to spend a week or ten days.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock ot clothing. Goldstine & Rosenwater.
Mr. CO. Loomis, agent of the Texas
and St. Louis road here, returned yesterday
from short visit to his family in Michigan.
A fine girl baby was added to his home
eircle several dayi ago.
-Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
Tbi Bullitut job office, No. 78 Ohio
Mr. Hatch, a messenger on (he Mobile
and Ohio road, came ap from Corinth,
Miss., yesterday bringing with bin bis
bride of but a few days. They will make
their home temporarily with Mrs. P. K.
Only a few more chances left en the
fine gold watch and chain to be raffled off
at Fred. Teicbmm's billiard parlors.
When all are taken the raffle will come off.
A telegram to Mr. H. H. Candee yester
day announced the death of the nine-year-
old too of Mrs. Carrie E. Morris, widow of
Mr. W. H. Morris, in Sheboygan, Wis.,
Tuesday night. The funeral will occur to
morrow. Mr. J. A. Naugle, formerly agent bere
of the St. Louis and.Cdro road, but for
aome time residing in Minnesota, was at
The Halliday yesterday en rout, for Mexico
to assume a position under Mr. Johnson
who was superintendent of the 8t. L. Ss C.
when Mr. Nsugls was agent.
We have a new numbering machine,
numbers 1 to 100,000. Merchants and
than who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at The
BuxLKTrjr office at low rates. tf
Mrs. J. B. Paillia, accompanied by the
party of ladies from the eaat, who have
been visiting Alderman Blake's family
here, returned Tuesday night on the steam
er R. R. Springer from a pleasure trip to
Opera glasses, "Lemaire," 'Chevalier"
and the cheaper grades, rolled-plate chains,
"R. F. J. 4 Co.," and "W. 4 J. B. Star
Brand," charms, lockets, bracelets, rings,
solid gold genta' and ladies chains.
It Fabnbakkb & Co., Pawnbrokers.
Mr. Horace Tucker, general freight
agent ot the Illinois Central road, was at
The Halliday yesterday, accompanied by
Mr. W. R. Bascon, ot Bloomington, tiavel
iug freight agent of the same road. The
object of their visit hers was not divulged.
A member of the Cairo bar, who,
strangely enough, is a bashful bachelor, has
made the startling discovery that the man
in the moon is a myth that it is a woman;
and he is horrified at the thought that she
gets "full" ones a month regularly. He
says he is now always careful to "pull
down the blinds" at night before going to
Mr. M. S. Scott, of Bloomington, and
a stock holdsr in the Bulletin of that city,
wu ben yesterday, the object of bis visit
bsing to inspect a large tract of land at
Hodges' Park, in this county, which he
thinks of buying. In company with and
under the guidance of Alderman McHale,
he made a trip to Hodge's Park and trav
eled over the ground in question. He left
for home last night.
This latest mercurial depression sottles
it Hereafter we take nobody's advice
about the waathsr not even the Argus'.
Upon a promise of more agreeable weather
we eonsented to "wait till tha clouds roll
by;" and for a week we waited patiently,
moving about In slush under foot and
gloom overhead, only to encounter mother
Dakota blitzard. We repeat, that settles
it. Our file of Arguses can hereafter be
found among ths almanacs at the drug
stores, tabled, "take one."
During tha period f unusual precipa
tion that has characterized the weather here
this winter the people generally have net
given enough attention to keeping the side
walk in front of their premises clear of ice
and snow. The result wu that pedestrians
suffered much more from slush, etc, than
they were obliged to endure without
grumbling. Now that mow weather of the
same kind is promised, occupants of proper
ty abutting much-used sidewalks will do
well to stick a pin here.
Mr. J. W. Dodge, assistant agent of
the Illinois Central railroad company here
under Mr. H. C. DePew, was promoted to
the agency several days ago, until Mr.
DePew shall return, and Mr. J. D. Ladd, of
Martin, Tenn., was made assistant agent.
Mr. Lidd was agent of the Illinois Central,
southern division, at Martin, but the agency
of this road and another crossing it there
were consolidated and given in charge of
the agent of the other road. It is under
stood that whenever Mr. DePew sball sig
nify his read'ness to resume bis duties here,
h:e position will be ready for him.
Mr. Wm. M. Davis, of Harvard col-
l-grt, has written a ptper in which he says
that cyclones result from the attempt ot
gravity to restore to the atmosphere an
equilibrium that has been disturbed by
the sun's beat. He further says "that the
sun is approHchmg a time when it will no
locger be the centre and scene of the pro
digious energy, it is at present. It will
meet the inevitable fate that attends all
violent effort, and become cold, dark, and
in a word dead. The oblate spheriod that
is the home of the human tamily will do
longer be disturbed by hurricanes and ty
phoons; everything will be calm and se
rene, and cool, toe."
A fire broke out about 11 o'clock
Tuesdsy night, in the rear end of Mrs. S.
Williamson's millinery establishment.
Sparks fired the paper covering of an open
ing in a flue, and the burning paper, falling
down, set fire to an ornamental sign stretch
ed across the room. The blaze flashed up
quickly and would spread like lightining
among the wilderness of finery displayed
everywhere, had it been given any chance at
all. But it was discovered and prompt
action was taken by Mrs. Williamson and
her several young lady assistants, who
mads a vigorous attack with buckets of
water and proved itemselves a lively fire
brigade. Officers Mabanny, Boughner and
Cain were also en hand and rendered
assistance. Fortunately an alarm wu pre
vented or more damage might have been
done by water; uit was, the damage wu
not heavy and resulted more from the
little water used in quenching the fire
than from the fire itself.
Ton Would fie Very Foolish To
Order or Buy any
Solid Silvsb urn Silvbb Plated Ware,
MCSIO BoiZS, CCTLSBT,
Jewelry, ob Lamps,
Without first sending six CENTS for postage
and receiving the magnificently illustr.
te1 catlniue of the
MKRMOD & JACCARD JRWELRT CO.,
Fourth and Locust 8ts, St. Louis.
Wbek is St. Louis call os tbmi . (2)
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1884.
n tmrm Basra rata.
Lincoln, III., Jan. 93. Tb January
term of the Logan county CIroult Court
eoicvened Monday, with Judge Herdmaa
of Jerseyvllle on the bench. This term
will be one of the most important ever held
bere. There are fifty. nine old and new
common law, and sixty-two old and nsw
obancery cases. In addition to the above,
the grand Jury will make a searching In
vestigation of tbe mysterious death of
Zura Burns, Ever since tbe release of
Carpenter, ber alleged betrayer, there has
been a great deal of work done on the
case, and tbe prosecution have left no
stone unturned to develop their side, and
fully expose the arch-plot wbtcb bu
created such a profound sensation, and
which la attracting widespread attention.
Tbe plan of tbe prosecution are fully ma
tured, and It U claimed that tbey have a
case fifty per cent, stronger than at tbe
preliminary bearing lu November. Should
an Indictment be -secured tbe accused would
Bave to rest In Jail until the May term of
court, as it is conceded, and even ad
mitted, that no trial will take place
this term. Tbe defeno want a con
tinuance to quiet the publlo pulse and
to prepare to meet that wbloh the grand
Jury's proceedings will divulge. Then a
change of venue to McLean oounty will ba
prayed for, but earnest and probably suc
cessful opposition will meet this, u Mo-
Lean county failed to oonvlct a Login
county murderer after two trials. Ob
jections will also apply to Sangamon, as
two murderers from this county were ac
quitted there. Tbe accused remains near
ly all tbe time In bis prlrate omce. lie
dislikes to talk or hear about the case, and
when approaobed is closer than a clam.
Tbe Grand Jury have agreed to begin hear
ing evidence in Carpenter's cue. A large
number of witnesses are Here, and it is
possible a week will be devoted to a
TBS DECATUR WITNESSES.
Decatcr, III., Jan. 28. Mrs. Rebecca
J. Carpenter, the Decatur witness in ths
Zora Burns case, left for Lincoln yesterday
as also the boy Clymer, to testify before tbe
Qrand Jury. Tbey have nothing new to
testify to, and neither has either old man
Burns or bis daughter, Mrs. Fanny Dukes,
both of whom are now In Lincoln. State's
Attorney B. B. Forrest, of Logan oounty,
Is quite sanguine of having Carpenter In
dicted, and he thinks that at the trial he
will be convloted of at least being a party
to tbe dreadful crime of Oct. It. That Car
penter will take a change of venue is ad
mitted even by bis friends. The cue will
go either to Bloomington or Havana.
Tbe Hurtful Paraalie to be Haeleibe
Nnbjeet ot the Photograph
ST. LOCI8, Jan. 28. Detective C. D.
Bennett, of this city, received from his
brother, Dr. S. B. Bennett, of Falrview,
III., a sample of pork sausage which is in
fected with trichina, and which has been
working great mischief near Falrview.
A farmer named J. C. Zittel
bad a large number of bogs,
some of which became afflicted with bog
cholera. The disease wu indicated, as
usual, by the phenumenon of a turned-up
snout, which was conspicuous on every
porclue patient. In a spirit ot economy lbs
farmer sold all other bom, and kept those
with tbe turned-up snouts for con sumption.
Tbey were mainly used for sausage
manufacture, and in chopping
and seasoning it, tbe various Zit
tel members of tbe family sampled
it quite frequently. Tbe result was that in
a few day the entire family were pros
trated by tricblnos s in a most violent form,
and toev may recover and tbey may not.
If they do recover tbey will do better than
several cats wh b tasted tbe meat. Tbe
sample Is sent bere lo order thai some
mloro-photoerapbio views of trichina in.
tbelr most vlgorons form may be obtained,
and photographers deslrlnx to make speci
mens of tbe kind can procure tbe material
Telegrams In Conrt.
Chicago, Jan. 23. During the trial of
James H. Melville for an alleged embezile
ment In tbe Criminal Court before Jftdge
Hawes, the prosecution desired to prove
that part of the money was sent to Melville
through tbe Western Union Telegraph Co.
The money orrr clerk of the telegraph
oompany declined to. produce tbe original
m ssjge, on tbe ground that tbe message
could not be made pub 1c property. Tbe
Court ruled that telegraphic communica
tions conMmot be considered more confi
dential than any others, and that no com
moatoailon eould be excluded when tbe
caweefjaestsecenders its production ne
Ctermjuras O., fan. 23. Postmaster
Mayers km fceea aoiMed by tbe Postmaster
General of tee Sffelotment of a commis
sion to investigate the charges preferred
against Frencb, tbe Superintendent ot tbe
fifth division of tbe railway mall service,
at tbe headquarters in Cincinnati. Tbe
meetings of tbe Commissioners will be
held at Indianapolis, tbe object being to
ascertain whether there is any truth In the
charges ef favoritism In Jay French lo bis
dealings with subordinates.
Remarkable Tin Depoilu.
SastaFi, N. M., Jan. 23. Remark
aa tU deposits were discovered three
Btesa laata re, and tests show great
In Quality. Miners bave located
nee miles In extent. The excite
meMhfieat, snd a company Is about to
i Isaatsi (or extensive mining opera
tions. A tfaroe Mel for tie Colored Tote.
Washington, Jan, a3.-Sergeant-at-Arms
Uoday, of the Beasts, has raised a
howl y removing aa employe of ten years
standing and putting to his place W. E.
Sine, son of Col. Sins, whom tbey charge
with being responsibly for tbe Punvllle,
riot, all reports lo the oontrary.
Coo pore SMrthe.
LafatiTTI, Ind., Jan. 23. -A hundred
and twenty coopers employed by Peck A
Abbott struok for aa laorease of ten cents
per barrel. Tbe present price la 30 cents.
The firm hu a largo jupply of barrels on
band. The men ta-faetave and beading
factory are sttil at work.
Bratal Dog- nbt.
Rock Island, Jaa, tt. -At midnight,
fifty sports from as rfad Davenport, lo.,
participated in a tatte) fight between an
English bull terrier 0 Davenport and a
similar Illinois falah The Utter wu
victorious. A lafrramoant of money
CHICAOO, Jaa; 1'A special
Hamilton, Caasa,'Mf "The 9
printing offlos Uj Id down
THE PATRIOT NUTT.
To be Tendered an Ovation at Union
ror Hi loadable KBorta Its Bbal f
Ibo Saaetltr of Amort
Pittsburg, Jan. 23. Tbe concluding
sceue In the great Nutt trial took place In
the Criminal Court room this morning.
There were probably not more than a
hundred spectators presont when Judge
Stowe took bis position on tbe bench. None
of tbe Nutt family were present except the
two uncles, James Wells and Steycn Nutt.
A' :30 o'clock tbe court opened with tbe
usual formality. Tbe Judge ordered tbe
investigation to proceed without delay.
Warden Smith, of tbe Jail in wbloh Nutt
bad been confined sinne his arrival bere,
was Kworn and testified that in all bis
twelve years' experience with criminals,
Jas. Nutt was as sound In mind as any be
ever had charge of.
At this Ju notion the court Inquired lfU
would not be better for tbe prisoner to be
brought in. Strange as it may seem, up to
tbis moment, although every body wu
thinking of bis Interest, none apparently
noticed bis absenoe. He wu then brought
in, walking firmly and smiling and happy,
tbe settled, careworn, dull-eyed charac
teristics wbloh marked bis appearance
throughout the trial were lifted.
He wu seated among tbe spectators in
side ot tbe railing. After a nod of recog
nition from tbe Judge, the warden contin
ued, saying: "lie Is sane. There can be
no doubt of the safety of granting blna his
liberty. Drs. Bealty, Wylle, Herron,
Weeks and Christy united In the testimony
that tbe prisoner is ablefnow to take care of
himself : that there is, and will be, no dan
ger of plaoing him at liberty. " The Judge
bere Interrupted tbe further proceedings
by saying: "I do not think further testi
mony necessary. It was shown at tbe trial
that be was of sound mind both previous
and after tbe deed wasjcomraltted, and while
I fully concur with tbe evidence u to bis
sanity, I must proceed acoordlog to law. ' '
He then read tbe law governing the case, at
tbe conclusion of which Judge Stowe or
dered Nutt to stand up, and beaming upon
him In a fatherly manner said:
"James, you can go."
Nutt wu almost overwhelmed
with surprise and amid congratulation
fled to Jail, after which through a side
entrance in company with MaJ. Brown be
proceeded to tbe latter'e private office,
where bis mother, sister and friends
awaited to welcome him. Tbe happy fam
ly then went to tbe residence of Mr.
Brown, where a bountiful spresd awaited
A DARK DEED
Wltb Ibo Heory Tlltlnss Still 1st I ho
Haknusal. Mo,, Jan. 23. On Decem
ber 11th, Miss Irwin of New London, seven
miles from bere, who was engaged in tbe
millinery business, left her borne, saylos
she Intended to visit ber brother in Kan
sas. She came to Hannibal and registered
at the Central Hotel u Mrs. H. Johnson.
A few days later a child wu born to ber,
which lived bat one day. A coffin was
bought at undertaker Fritz's by persons
Interested, who plaoed the body therein
and had tbe undertaker leave It at a doc
tor's office. Sandy Wbltmore. ot New
London, part of whose bouse Miss Irwin
bad occupied, wu notified of the woman's
critical condition lut Sunday, but wben he
came bere he wu denied an entrance to ber
Dr. Hearoe, Secretary of tbe State Board
of Health, believing a felony bad been
committed, set about discovering the
guilty persons. Wbltmore was sent for.
Marshal Belmann and two policemen went
to tbe hotel with Wbltmore, wnen they
found tbe unfortunate woman quite ill.
She was placed under arrest. Wben she
saw Wbltmore, she threw off all disguises
and put out ber hand to ber friend In a
feeble way. So far tbe offence, as devil
oped, is in secretly disposing of the child.
A doctor, haok driver, tbe hotel people and
tbe undertaker are Involved In the case,
but tbe name ot tbe beavy villain in the
drama hu not yet transpired. Several ar
rests are expeoted to-day or to-morrow.
Miss Irwin was highly esteemed at New
London, and In partnership with a friend
wu prospering in the millinery business.
Hannibal, Mo., Jan. 23. A sad ewe
of betrayal and desertion hu been brought
to light in tbis city. About two weeks ago
Miss Irvin, a handsome girl of New Lon
don, Mo., stopped st a hotel on Main street
and registered u Mrs. Harriet Johnson of
Jacksonville, III. She was apparently in
deep trouble. On Wednesday
she sustained a severe fall, which
hastened an event expected by close
observers, and on Thursday morning
she, who wu not a wife, became a mother.
Tbe babe, a beautiful boy, lived but eight
hours, and tbe mother wu violently at
tached wltb puerperal fever. A physician
wu summoned who did all that medical
aid could do to savs her. Tbe doctor took
charge of tbe Infant for the purpose of
making a post-mortem examination. Tbis
wu all done quietly, but not secretly, tbe
Coroner having been notified of what bad
taken plue. However rumors that
an abortion had been oommltted soon
started aad added Interest to
the already highly sensational
cue. This morning Dr. J. C. Hearne,
secretary of the 8tate Board of Health,
uetermined to investigate the matter, and
summoned from New London tbe gentle
man at whose house the woman bad been a
guest until ber condition could no longer
be kept a secret. He will l
one of the prtnolpal wlinesitea
at tbe Inquest by the coroner's Jury,
which takes plsoe, aud, which no doubt tbe
abortion theory will be disproved. Two of
the most prominent citizens of Ralls coun
ty are charged with tbe paternity of ti
uhlld. It features strikingly re-'
sembllng the teos ot one ot them,
i'bey both df4are their Innoceiue
snd one anxiously demands an lovehtlj---lion.
Mist Irvin ! thrown Into on
vnlsions by exoltemtih and she now lin
gers on the balanoe asaween life and dea h.
he has made ne COrAuston uto who Is the
father of ber child. au4lts doubtful now
whether she wjll lire) te Speak bis name.
loused a lees of
.IB. 23. -A fire
ier's - iann ry
injured about eai
CiUCAOO, JM. tHJLtf have been rt
.nor arrest of tspfsuspectea of rev
ising and f jf Amelia OUeo.
Karnes sufsresW Z.
I ....... i iiao Iioip for all the defects of
fortune ; for if a man cannot attain te the
length of hi wishes, he may have hi
remedy by cutting of them shorter.
Popular : and : Eeliable : Cash
DEY GOODS -:: HOUSE
Announc!k Annual Clearing Sale
Of all the Accumulations of the Season.
Previoas to stork taking we giye special attention to clearing out reraanta
and odds and ends of all de-eriptions. We are determined never to allow old
goods to stare our customers in the face. Intelligent buyers never buy old and
Bhop-worn goods at any time. We acknowledge the fact that a LIVE HoDSB must
nave LIVKOiH)', and that people like to bay from a prosperous and wide-a-wlde
lionse. Old sroods yield nothing and their presence Injures the sale of
others; therefore, wesay THKY MUVf GOpreUoustostock taking next month.
Bayers of Dry Goods will find this a golden opportunity to serve thi ir wants
Special sale of Muslins and Embroideries this month. Buyers of Dry
Goods will save money by trading with us.
CHAS. R STUART.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Tin, Copper and Agate Ironware.
Roofing Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th St., Cairo.
TELWPHONE NO. 20.
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c. .
MAKE A SPECIALTY 0F-
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Notice! In thi column three lines or lesi &cemi
one Insertion orfl.Ou per week.
FOR SALE. Bltnki, Cnaltal Morgigei, fipcclnl
Wtrrautv tnd Warrant Unertt at tha Bulletin
Job office 78 Ohio Levew
W A VPTTif Wewnt men and women e.
llZiJy. errwherr. lo tell onr Dlamrw ill
5o pre-lom experience D'centurr. Cr particular-
artdreM WBAKI.E Y BCKSKTT.
1-15 lm 237 Vine St., Cincinnati.
Tbe Famous Original
Madison Square Theatre "o ,
with the Created Cast that bai yet eeen In
tola cixy appeara In
oo Fab. 7th. Furiher particular In a few dayi,
w. w. k&.mjalu Agent.
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and library Ass'n.
Clani In Oil Paint in z. nnder Mri. O Flaaer.
Claai In Wood-carving, Kepoe in Brail, Etch
Ing an Model ng, Mrs K. Korameyer. C'lai In
Kreehana Drawing, inarcoai, crayon ana rami
Work, Mr. E. M. H(.ni;h.
Kor term, and arraogemnti apply to lntracton.
or to the Secretary of the Womao'i Club and
136 &138 Oom'l Ave.
have received a fall and Complete line
ot new Full and Wlntur
Cloaks, Dolmans, 5otions, Etc.
A heavy Mock of Body Brnieeli, Taper
tnei and Ingrain
A fall itork of Oil Clothi, all iIzqi and prlcei.
Wng& Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete Mock ii now being
ekxed out at great bargains .
All OootU t Bottom Prices!
The Begnlar Cairo & I'adncah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HRNRV E. TAYLOR, MaMer.
GEORGE JOBEs, Clerk.
Leaves Padocah forO Iro dally (Sunday! except
ed) at 8 a m , and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leavea Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City t 6 p.m.
CLARK & L0VETT,
Telephone No 101
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee A Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - - ILL
Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
- Manufaotorer and Dealer hi-
6th Btreet, between Com'l Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Wea Repaired. All Kind of Kev Made.
1 1. B. SMITH.
isbebt a. axm.
Grand Central Store.
"CITY GUIS' STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Cum'l Ave., between uth and 10th BU.
MANUFACTURER A DEALS IS ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all deicr p l tin alwav on band at
bottom pru kh.
General repairing In all kind of miu1. Keys
of all description made to order, and satisfaction
warrauted Uive me a call, aud he convinced for
yourself, at the s gn of the "BIO OVs."
JOHN A. KOKHLEH,
Sl-6u Proprietor, Cairo, 111.
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