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THE DAILY CAIRO lUfLLttflN: SUNDAY MOKiVING, FKHKUAUY 17 ISK4.
Notice In Uli column, eint cent per Una fot
ImttndfiTt cuu par Una ch saMeqant lnw
on. Kor on week. SO cents per Una. For one
month, 80 cenU par Una
Restaurant and Oyster Houso, 50
For Sale -Cook Stove.
Charter Oak, new, very floe, extra aiza
conncr reservoir and all utensils, cost $50
will soil for 125 if sold at once. A rare
opportunity I Apply at Mrs. Cunningham
Ninth street, between Washington and Wal
nut. 215 3t
good meal cooked lo order.at
will buy a
New York Store Company,
C. W. Hendcreou,
V. B. Pettis,
E. B. Tcttit,
W. L. Bristol,
0. F. Ort & Co.,
Hfrnfhin .fe Bird.
r Chess Carlcy Corupuy'a famous
"Fire Proof OH."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DoBaun 50 Ohio
Lejal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
!o noun's. f
Wcrthy of Praise.
As a rule wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then wo consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
mediciuo, and will surely euro Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, oven when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof wo apoak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (6)
will buv a good meal co ked to order at
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
frco of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of tho throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (0)
50 Fits in. 2 Hours!
"I employed some of the best physicians
here," wrote Wm. E. Tanner, of Dayton,
Ohio. "They said my child could not live
for 3 weeks. It had 50 fits in 24 hours.
We gavo it Samaritan Nervine and the
medicine effected a permanent cure." Drug
gists. Something old Allen's Bilious rhysic
Acts quickly, relieves promptly, and nevor
falls to cure sick headache and constipa
tion. 25 cents large bottle. At all drug
''Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Hexual Debility. 1.
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neuralgia, Facoacbo. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Llaflder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-paiba." $1. 1
A Grinning Death's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server, than a row ot discolored teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful
SOZODONT, which whitens yellow teeth
imparts ruddiness and hardness to colorless,
UBbealthy gums, and a floral balminess to
the breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondrously attractive in consequence of its
use. Leading actresses and contatrices re
gard it as incomparable.
tJncKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
"ores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures PiWg. it i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
i.i ccuia per oox. For sale by Uarclay
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along tho lice of the St. Wis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway.Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, arc thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and crazinu
lands in tho world, ranging in pricu from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas.
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f r 1883 is 50 per cent largor than that of
1882. To thoae purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono-
half, rr all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fur money paid fortickeU or freight
ovir too companies lines.
It. C. Townsend, Ocn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louie, Mo,
The above cut represents the new press
Ti (kA ..AABt ftni finper nrofia
Campbell Printing Press Co., and was put
from Chir?o esneciallv for that purpose.
and will euable The Bulletin office to do work that before it was unable to do. It
will enable us to print large posters in a single sheet, and also to print a lurger newspa
per when such a step shall be justified by the general state of this progressive communi-
tv. TnE Bcilktin has taken time by tnc lore-iocs ana nas anucipiuuu me uay wucn
this city shall ba a metropolis of metropolitan airs, fully able and willing to support a
great metropolitan journal.
The Daily Bulletin.
UENEKaL local items.
KMirA, in tftaaa enmmns. ten cent tier Una,
ch Insertion and whether marked or not, if calca
Utod to toward any maa'a business Interest are
Local on third page.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
Rector Davenport has returned from
Chicago and will conduct services in the
Episcopal church this morning at 11
o'clock and to-night at 7 :30.
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. G ddstiuo & R wenwater
Dr. Strong was yojterday called to
Cleveland, Ohio, by a disputch announcing
the serious sickness of his father there. lie
left on the afternoon train.
Several hundred pounds of newspa
pers for sale at The Bulletin at 5c a
pound for the lot. tp
The usual services will be held tc-day
in the Methodist church by Rev. J. A.
Scarritt. At the evening service tho ordi
nance of baptism will bt administered.
Full stock and completo sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Bulletin job ofSco, No. 78 Ohio
Chief Myers and Dr. Wood yesterday
rendered substantial aid to six or eight
poor people who were here without means
and who wished to go to friends up or
down the river. They helped the poor fel-
Magistrate Comings believes that the
people living on the river below us owe us
gratitude for generously holding back
within our levees all the water that falls
from tho clouds, until the rivers are low
enough to receive it without danger to the
Alderman Lancaster, Mr. C. R. Wood
ward and Mr. John T. Rennie, took a
tramp around the town on the levee yes
terday and found every foot of the splendid
embankment in admirable condition. At
the lowest point they report the Mississsip
pi levee to be eight perpendicular feet
above the level of tho water.
The Mt. Vernon News gives this
"pointer" to railroad managers all over the
country : "Something like a year ago the
eastern railroad made a reduction in the
fare between Boston anl Lynn, of five
cents, or from twenty-five to twenty conts.
The passenger department of the road has
now announced a reduction of fare to quite
a number of stations, so handsome has
been their increase in business since lower
rates were established."
The entertainment that was arranged
to be given next Wednisdayat the Opera
House by the Cairo City band and the
Opera House management, for the benefit
of tho upper Ohio river flood suffers, has
been postponed until the first days of the
week following, because tho Opera IIouso
has been engaged for another purpose on
the night first agreed upon. Tho charity
performance will be a very interesting one,
It wul consist of muBic, vocal and instru
mental, recitations, etc., by some of our fav
orite local talent ; but the object alone will
probably insure a crowded house.
The Alexander County bank is receiv
ing a very fancy internal dressing. Messrs
Clark & Lovett are engaged in decorating
the walls with a new style of paper that is
very attractive and has tho important ad
vantage mat it can oe taken down again
at any time and used iu another room. It is
either pnetud or tacked to the walls and
can be handled even by inexperienced men
The papor is known as Lincruston-Walton
P&Pr. Tho wood work in the bank will
also receiva a new and ornamental dressing
of paint; new wire screens will be put up
on the counter and wire partitions within
tho enclosure, sepaiating the vault, cashier,
oooK-Keepcr, teller, etc., each from tho
Tho jury in tho case of Jacob Bradley
failed to agree. It held out from about 3
p. m. Friday until yesterday noon, when
they were discharged by the court, stand-
put up yesterday afternoon in Tub Uclletis
pvflr in nun riTT. 11 whs uiiiuutHciuiuu uv
up hero by Mr. Flanders, who was sent hero
It is a much larger press than tho old one wag
ing nino for conviction to three against.
Juke had another narrow escape, and that,
too, after he himself had giveu up all hope
of acquittal. He had lost faith in the Lord
cveu Friday and expressed tho opinion that
he was "gone up dis time." But it seems
that, having become satisfied that the Lord
had gone back on him, ho invoked the aid f
the other fellow, and ho came to tho rescue
even at the eleventh hour. By tho grace
and timely interposition of his satanic ma
jesty, aided aud abetted by several very
wise peers, so-called, Jacob "is himself
again." Tho devil take tho glory and he
may take the result, too, for that matter.
A negro uamed John Gill was in the
city yesterday on his way back to his home
in Crockett, Tenn. He told a very bad
story about rough treatment to which he
was subjected by two young men of Anna,
named Charley and Harry Bell. He says
he wassu3pected of couiiuitting a burglary
at Anna some time ago, was followed to
his home in Crockett, by one of the Bell
brothers, was taken to Anna Friday night,
and among other outrages perpetrated upon
him by them he was hung to u tree until
iuseusible, in order to make him confess to
the crime. But he proclaimed his inno
cence to the hit and they finally turned
him lose, gave him a little money and
commanded him to get out of town without
delay, which he did. As proof of the
truth of bis story he showed a very much
swollen neck aud other marks of violence.
Next Tuesday week is Fat Tuesday
tho day previous to the commencement of
Lent. After that date we will have to do
penance for past transgressions in sack
cloth an 1 ashes. In past ages the lental
season was more rigidly observed than at
tho present day, and it is now customary to
forego our usual pleasures during this sea
son. In order that we may properly pro-
pare ourselves tor the austere and devo
tional demeaner required during this sea
son the Mystic Krew have made prepara
tions to close tho pleasure season in proper
manner by giving two grand phantom
dances on MardiGras night. All those who
attend will be so surfeited that they will
not feel like indulging in pleasure for at
least forty days thereafter. Bo sure and
attend either at Mystic Krew or Tempur
anco Hall. it
This week there will be a novelty pre
sented to tho public at the Opera House
in the shape of a revival of Dumans' play
"Monte Cnsto," which is a dramatization
of his powerful novel entitled "The Count
of Monte Cristo." It was recently brought
out in New York by Manager John Stetson
in elaborate style, and the same strong cast
will interpret the play here.
WALTER HYSLOP DEAD.
A dispatch received by Col. John Wood
here from his son at Chicago yesterday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock, brought tho sad
intelligence of tho death, a few minutes
before, of W. Hyslop, our former, highly
esteemed fellow citizen. The dispatch gave
no particulars of the sad occurrence, but
from a letter received by Col. Weod sever
al days ago, it appears that Mr. Hyslop
must luvo been sick only threo or four
Deceased was stopping at the residence
of John Wood, jr., Chicago, at the time of
hi sickness and death. He was a Scotch
man by birth, but came to this country
many yours ogo. He becamo a citizen of
Cuiro before, tho war. Ho camo hero from
Paducah and, in company with others,
started a state bank which was subsequent
ly merged into the present City National
bank in which ho held position of trust,
beginning from book-keeper and ending
with cashier, which positions ho
held until bis departuro from
ine city. uo was popular
in society and was generally esteoiniui fi.r
his many good acts and hig general merits
as a man. IIo left here six or eight year
ago for his Scottish homo, but camo back
soveral months ago and wbb travelling for
his health. He was in Southern Illinois a
few weeks ago and went to Chicago to visit
a few frionda beforo going to Canada, and
from thence homo. Ho wbb probably sixty
yoare of age and a widower.
His remains will probab'y h sent to
A I.IT1I.K MOBE IIARUONY
Wonld bo A Ooocl Tiling In I he t'oinp of
iheNilk Mac It In a.
Pt. Louis, Feb. 1(1. Iu vlow of Vun
Horn's statement that there it no harmony
nocilcd In tho Kopuhllaan party of Missouri
outside of a few tenth-rate postmasters,
tho following letter from a member of the
Anll-Fllley Silk Stocking Comiuittco, con
cerning hi colleaKUos, Is both pcitinciit
and Interesting. It Is addressed to a local
paper, and was called forth by a long article
In yesterday's Itue, detailing how ho
chairman of the S.Ik Stocking Committee
had refused to call a meeting of tho whole
committee at tho request of six mombcr
thereof, for tho purposo of considering tho
question of lirnnony, but had proceeded to
call a tipcn t meeting, of those members
whoso determination to keep up strlfo and
rllseord could bo depended upon, and ot
which Uio six petitioners (the wiitor of the
letter Included) received no notloo.
Due by ono the members of that commit
tee ure bowing to thelnovltablo and follow
ing the inas-jei of the parly into tho har
mony and uuity" movemaut. It is a
noUnoiK fact that tho Silk aro afraid to go
before the voters of the party with any
proposition calculating to bring put tho re
1'ilve strength of the two Wings of tho
a v. Hence tho persistent refuial to ac
, . (n tho basis of unity proposed by tbo
commutes appolutod by their own conven
tion for thai very purpose Following It
'I'KAiiSm I have Just read your ar
iclc headed 'Fivo Suspects, ' 'Awful Plot, '
"Lei Justice bo dono though the heav
en fall. ' First of all, why was this secret
meeting called at Tledman'a olDco without
all the members buing notltlodf Nono of
tboso whoso names appear on tho petltiou
were asked lo bo present. Who did this
underhand gainer Wis it our chairman,
or was It some of tho disappointed sore
heads of the committee, who, falling in
their amldiion to procuro ofllce, resort to
this contemptible subterfuge to get their
rev. iige out of the nun whom they imaglno
is the cone of all their fond hopes being
Minted? 1 have attended all the meetings
of the committee, and I alwayi found these
latter day saints abusing tho very man who
ba done more for the Republican party
than any other single individual in the city
or State. I mean C. I. Fillcy.wuo has kept
tho wolf from the door of many of these
would-he republicans. They want no
harmony, but their solo ambition is to
down Kit ley and let tho party go out. All
t ieii meetings are nothing but'Fillcy,'
and when tliy get tired of him they pitch
into Mi. V. W. Mott, our worthy Assessor
of Waier Kates. Here follows a strong
iihvy for M'.-s-srs. Filley and Mott as cou
trailed with I'sunsbino Republicans. '
Tuiy are tmily boys for calling conventions
but if the conventions don't do as they
v i li they kick and say Filley put it up. J
as1, ;hee self-appointed committeemen tc
come mil fair Mjuare and show their hands.
!.! them .20 to their wards, and they will
dud out that their days are nuinbored, and
that a treat many of them will ucver have
the opportunity of vilifyins tbo best and
uuet of Republicans.
"One of the 'suspects,' and Member -of
the Third Ward."
UI.EW OCT THE (3 AS.
Horr'bie Dj'nth of Two Men at I.exlDff
ion, Ky.-Thft Third Man.
LEX!.N.; ro. Ky.. Feb. 10. Two men,
Wallace 15 ockman and Dick Craig, were
found dead iu room No. 31 at the AMiland
House this morning. They stopped at tho
hotel last night about twelv e o'clock, i i a
drunken condition, and called for a bed foi
two. They retired at once mid, it Is sup
posed, blow out the gas. Tbo condltiou of
the men wbon found this
morning was most horrible to
behold. Tbey had both tried to
sleep on a small cot In a 6x0 room. When
dl.-covered, Craig was lylu with his body
on the bed and with his tret on tbo floor.
On bis faon was depleted t'oivmost intense
agony. I ho other man was doubled up,
with his head and feet on the floor, as
though i.ttoinpting to crawl. 'The coroner's
inquest lit living held this morning. Wal-
I tun lived at Midway, Ky., and Craig was a
resident of Lexington.
ALMOST ANOllIKl: DEATH.
W. D. Kiy, of Helena, Ky., was found
in a dying conditio:) at the Phoenix hotel,
he having blown out the gas beforo retir
ing. After much tliflioulty ho was restor
ed. A Itrtsoiil miKlit bf III Victim.
Abekdkks, Md., Feb. 10. Alex, nar-
rlgan, sub-contractor under A.J. Tarla
mont, contractor for work on the Balti
more and Ohio railroad near hero, disap
peared several weeks since, leaving sixty
Italian laborers unpaid. Yesterday the
Italians caught him and now have l'arla
mont in cui-toly aad rc'um to release him
until their wages are paid. Deputy Sheriff
Cand went to I'ailainent's relief, but he
cou'd not take him from the Italians. At
an early hour this morning Sheriff Walker,
of Harford county, telegraphed to tho mar
shal and polio of Baltimore to send to
Aberdeen polico to quell tho disturbance,
saying tbo Italians threatened to lyuch the
prisoner. Marshal Orcy and twenty-six
policemen havo gono to tbo sceno of tho
Ton Harper I.nw fonNtlttitlonnl.
Ciiicauo, Feb. Hi. The Supremo court
at Mt. Vernon this morning banded down a
decision which in effect declares that the
Harper or High license bill is constitutional
and must stand. Tho license is $j'M for
liquor and $160 for beer. Tho Council will
now bo compelled to enforce the law.
Fhankmn, Pa., Feb. 10. Tho condjtlon
of ox-Congiossman GIII(ilSnn,wlio met with
a serious accident last week, is very preca
rious. The danger apprehended Is liiflama
tlon of tho Joint, which may terminate In
tho amputation of the limb. Hois suffer
ing great pain.
Itr(;ised to Sign.
PiTTSitt'lio, Fob. 10. Troublo Is ex
pected at I ho ScoUdalo Coal mines. The
operators bavo asked tho men to sign a
yearly contract to work at threo conts a
bushel. Tbo miners declare that
they won't stand tho reduction.
A Ulorlons Revival.
MATTOOff, III., Fob. 10. Revival meet
ings have been held in every church in
this town every night this weak. Over
100 converts havo boon gathered Into
the fold, and tho work goes gloriously
Nkwark, N. J., Fob. lO.-John
Sehr.uldder, aged 10, who in December
last shot aud killed bis brother In a quarrel,
was suutnuccd six years' imprisonment
STOVES, RANGES, FUIINA0ES,
Tin, Copper and Vato Ironware.
Rooliiijr, (Jnttcring and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 27, 31 & 33, c;,,.
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OK
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CATIU) ILL-
Telephone N'o 103
ICno-mvings and "Wall Papers.
Two Huadred Children Killed at Bin
"tj s 1 kit.
Small.l'ox at 'libjirtoani-T-e Dreaded
Feb. lO.i-It is reported that
small-foS i? ifjrqaslng'at Jb.aftoum. Tho
Supply of food fit 1'oKar is plentiful, but
ine water is very uau anu ammunition
CREATED A TASIIA.
Cairo, Fc. io'.-gjl. Do Coetloaon,
comma tiler St Khartoum, has been created
a Pasha and acting Oevernor-Ooqeral ot tbo
entire Soudan. Oo has summoned tho no
tables to mdet Gen. Gordon in council on
TWO HUNDRED CHILDREN KILLED.
Tho latest advices stato that 230 children
were killed by tho Arab? at Slnkat. Gen.
Gordon has arrived at Shendy, ninety miles
THE REBEL fOI!CE9 NEAR TOKAn.
London, Feb. 10. The fof-ecs of Osmar
Digraa, the rcbej commander nar Tokar,
exceeds G,w3 nicii.
i DISEASES AMONG ANIMALS.
LoxDON Feb. 10. A number of cittlo
dealer's in an audience, given by Ii.iron Car
lingford, who introduced a bill amending
an act rclauvo to contagious diseases
among animals, expressed their confidence
that only health cattle would arrive in
England, if tho provisions of tho bill
should bo restricted to Infected parts,
and not bo mado te apply to tbo whole
London, Feb. 1C Amass meeting was
held at Princess Hall, PickaJily, to de
nouco the Egyptian policy of tho Govern
ment. The hall was too small to hold tbo
great throngs of people, and an overflow
meeting was organized. Lord Randolph
Churchill mado a hpecuh, and Sir Robert
Feel offered a resolution, which was car.
rlcd, to tho effect that Parliament bad
ceased to be! in fcccord with tho people and
ought to be turned out. The meeting
ended la a great uproar.
mil pail withdraws.
London, Feb, 10. Mr. Fall, announced
ni a candidate iu opposition to Dradlaugh,
has withdrawn until the next general elec
An alarming report has bceti received
from southwest Arabia stating that Mahdi
has been actively spreading tbo icports of
the false prophets victors at Soudan, which
bus so aroused the Arabs that a portion of
Arabia is seriously threatened. It also
states that on Insurrection in the pro
vince of Yomen ajainst Tur
kish rule U3 spreading raptdiy.
Tho Turklsblauthoritics at Yomin tele
graphed the Torto asking that reinforce
ments bo scntlmmedlatoly. The force now
on hand is too small to quell the revolt.
Cairo, Feb. 10. Spies arrived at Sua
kim, in from tbo rebel camp, state that tho
rebels aro mustering for a mldulght attack
upon Tokar. If they succeed In capturing
tbo town they will attempt to capturo Sua
klm for tho purposo of loot
in? nn.l liunitriL' tho cl'v. Messengers
havo again been sent by the commander of
the Egyptian forces at Tokat, telling him
to hold out a fow days longer, that help Is
Paris, Feb. 10. Tho French budget
for 1885 has boon so adjusted by tho Cabi
net that the rcvenuos and expenses will
balanco each other.
NTIUlilXU COAL. MIXER!.
TliejJWIll KotiMuffcr n Hull Cent Be.
duct Ion of, Their Wngc.
Pittsburg, Fub. 1C A general striko
ot tho railroad coal minors against a reduc
tion of one-half cent, Is looked for shortly.
Tho ruling rate is threo and ono-balf cents,
butiii a number of Instances operators havo
refusod to pay more than dirce cents, and
claim that they aro unablo ,to run tho pits
at a profit and pay tbo former rate. A
half courrcductlou was ordered at Scott
dale, and President Costollo, of tho Min
or's Association loft for thero to ondeavor
to bcttlo tbo troublo. Tho producers offur
to sign a yearly contract to pay three
ccuts, but the men refuse to entertain the
proposition, and asfriko seems Inovltablo.
At SbtmOflr's Station nono of tbo pits aro In
operation. Tho niou who went In st tho
rotluolion aro iut again. Tho Ducna Vista
minors ajs'oYflfuso to return to work at less
thari tho arbitration award.
TAlJ'S Il6ll!( CKACKEO.
It Sonnda neer Note ol Soiisciinc on
Washington, Feb. 10.-C0I. Van
Horn, of Kansas City, says, regarding
Filley'a announcement that the (Filley) Is
' '"f his lovol best to rcstoro harmony In
publican ranks in Missouri, thai
s perfect harmony among Republl
tho Stato excepting a small army of
nto postmastors who woro glvou po
CLAEE & LOYUTT,
Arthur became l'rcsldent. Van Horn
thinks all need of a movo to secure harmony
anu.iiL' Mltsourl lU-publicans exists ulone iti
what Filley calls bin mind, an. I ihat tbo
move is 0110 for buncombe.
.IVE THE PRESIDENT A FLU.tt.
Anl The President Will Give It m I'om-oOiee-Me
Washington, Feb. 10. Beforo Col.
! .Sam. Hays started for 8:. Louis, viaNnv
I York, bo remarked that be ha. I a talk of au
: h ur and quarter wl'.b the President about
I the St. Louis Postmastersbip and Mioim
, politics. Hays was in a bappy mood, and
j Intimated that he was in favor with the ad
ministration. Cotnl-K to Their Nn.
Cincinnati, Feb. 10. Tho Chamber of
Commerce has appointed a committee to
lake such steps as may bo necessary to in
j uu.'iirato a movcmenHo fill up tho lower
part of tho city to a height above tho pr:
; ent flod. Little Miami railroad engineers
. have been taking wator levels ou tole r .ih
poles, with a view to raising that road above
l high water mark.
lliirxtar LfavlD their Plandtr.
j Hanmiul, Mo., Feb. 10. Hurglirs
broke Into Leopold Uros. & Co. 's store and
: tarried several hundred dollars worth cf
clothing to a coal shed lo the rear of tha
store. Tbey tried to get J. H. Orr's bono
to haul the booty away, but tbo animal
was loose in tbo atablo sod made 10 much
nnlso that tbo burglars were frightened
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mndo to Order.
Sth St., but. Ohio I.tvco A Comnn relal Ave.
OAlKO. - - - U.Ij
R'pairin? neatly done at short notice.
W. bTKATTON, Cairo. T. IlIKI). Minxonrt.
STEATT0N & Will),
No. 57 Ohio Lcvce, Cairo, I I.
1ST AbiU a ulcaa i'.i.ior U.i
Egyptian Flouring JI ills
tfUrlWHt Cub FrfcePaM lor Wi..at.
JEV YORK ST011K,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slnr.k
IN T111C CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEKYCLOSK
NEW YOllK STORE CO,
Cor.Mnotoenthatroot ( 111
Commercial Avonne f MIUU, A1J.
. ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and Library Ass'n.
Class In Oil Fainting, nndor Mr. O. Fl.her.
Class In Wood-carving, Keponsre to Brass, Ktch
Ing and Modeling, Mrs V. Korsmcyor. Class in
Freehand Drawlup, Charcoal, Crayon and 1'aitel
Work, Mr. K. M. Hnnuh.
Ker term, and arrangumsntt apply to ln.trnr.tori,
or tothu Secretary of the Woman' Club aud