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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOltfttiVG, FEBRUARY 22, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
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GUARANTEED TORE STOCK.
Clioice Dairy Butter.
Choice Creamery Butter.
Clioici Factory Cheese.
Choice Cream Cheese.
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will buy a goo J meal cooked t.1 order, at
New York Store Company,
C. W. Henderson,
W. B. Pettis,
W. L. Bristol,
G. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Carley Company's famous
"Fire Proof Oil."
Saddle Rock Oysters at DuBaun 50 Ohio
Lejjal Blanks Kept ?or Slo
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Ileal Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
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tiucKien's Arnica salve
The BeBt Salve 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 is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
will buv a good meal cojked to order at
Free ot Cost.
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a great remedy one that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for " Con-
eumption free of cost, wtnen will snow you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (I)
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotleas in toese commm, ten cent per Una,
aeb Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to toward any roau'a bualnon lnturuat are
al way i paid for.
Local on third page.
We will drink water. -Shakespeare.
Ice, woed and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tt
Mr. Eugene Brady came down on the
steamer Carrie Caldwell yesterday on which
be is clerk.
N pigeon has yet been sent out from
A little tug named "Maud Lilley" is
making regular semi-daily trips between
Cairo and Mound City since yesterday.
We are still ready to sell our entire
Btockof clothing. G ildstine & Roscawater
Major Halliday received dispatches
last evening, announcing a decline in the
livers at Shawnaetojrn and at Cape Girar
Let no citizen of Cairo so far forget
himself as to become water tight. Junter,
Capt. James Johnson, formerly of this
city, was down yesterday, and was nearly
shaken to pieces by the many friends who
crowded around him.
Several hundred pounds of newspa
pcrs for sale at The Bulletin at 5c i
pound for the lot. tp
At or about noon yesterday the river
at Mound City was four inches above high
water mark: at the same time it was five
inches below said mark here.
The flood may possibly prove a gooJ
thing. Cairo bas alwayi been too much
inclined to rest on her oars. Junterhen.
Full stock and complete sample book
of wedding invitations, etc., just received at
The Bulletin job office, No. 78 Ohio
Mr. Mead, who has for the past year
had charge ot the Wabash round houee,
has resigned, to accept a better position on
a railroad at San Antonio, Texts.
The author of "Rain upon the R oP
hat committed suicide. The body was
found suspended from the eavus ot the
cottage in Pinch. Junterhenbonk.
Two men, while attempting to cross
the river Tuesday, from New Madrid, were
op-set by the wind and waves and drowned.
The white man's name was Harris, not
A good essay is wanted on the best
method of evaporating largo bodicsof wa
Mr. C. T. Rudd arrived yesterday from
Evauiville, lie came down to tee the
flood. He is still a gentleman of leisure
and returned but recently from a trip to
Florida. He is rapidly recovering his for
"Monte Cristo'' to-night at the Opera
House will provo one of the most icterest
iog performances of the season and should
be attended by all our amusement loving
Division Superintendent G. W. Ste
vens, Assistant Division Superintendent D
G. Meore, and Master Mechanic J. D.
Barnes, all of the Wabash road, were guests
at The Halliday yesterday.
A Washington special says that Chair
man Oborly, of the democratic state com
mittee, has telegraphed Secretary Mizo to
call a meeting of the democratic state cen
tral committee at Peotia on March 6th, for
the purpose of deciding the time and
placo of holding the state convention.
A company of Michigan state militia,
of Detroit, came down the Illinois Central
by special train yesterday afternoon. They
were bound for New Orleans to attend the
Mardl Gras. They had three coaches and
two sleepers, and wera accompanied by
number of ladies.
Owing to the interruption of freight
traffic on the Iron Mountain and Wabash
railroads at this point, Agent Birchet has
dismissed seventeen men from the offices
and yards of thosa roads here and at Eist
Cairo. The dismissd is but temporary,
however, only during the stoppage of busi
ness by the high water.
Mr. Stevens, of tuo Globe-Democrat,
is still in the city. His accounts ot th
situation here have been generally very
fair. He came here from Paducah in the
expectation that this would furnish more
sensational material for his ready pencil,
but be was disappointed, and regrets hav
ing left Paducah so soon.
Mr. H. C. DePew returned from south
ern California Tuesday. His trip has done
him very much good, bis voice being much
stronger, and his lungs better. He will
remain at home but a few weeks, after
which he will make another tour of several
months, in which he confidently expects to
be entirely and permanently restored to his
former good health. His many friends
here will join him in this hope.
There is every reason to believe now,
that, this year, the river will not reach last
year s highest stage at this point. It was
very nearly on a stand last night at 51.9,
lacking five inches ef last year's mark
The rise during the twenty-four hours end
ing at 2 o'clock was only two inches and
declines were reported from St. Louis on
on the Mississippi and from points below
Thirteen barges of tho government
ment fleet had been towo 1 around to the
Mississippi side of the city last night and
strung out 6o as to cover all that portion of
the levee whero waves had left any impres
sion, liy remission of the
Mississippi river commission, the
entire fL-ct consisting ot about fifteen
more barges, is at tho disposal of the city
authorities, and also the government steam
ers in the harbor.
Capt. McGjwcn, of tho government
ratmn steamer Carno Caldwell, stated last
night that ho would leave forty thousand
rations at Paducah on his way up to-day.
The people of Paducuh, themselves nearly
out ot the necessaries of life, are beseiged
by tho poor flood-stricken country people
around them, and they will doubtless need
all they can get. Forty thousand rations
will feed ten thousand people for over a
Tho Short Line train, the excursion
train, southern Illinois Central train, and
the north-bound Illinois Central train, all
came together at the head of the inclino
yesterday afternoon, and made a confusion
of cars and engines that was bewildering
to passengers and others not used to the
din and noiso of railroading under difficul
ties such as beset the lines along the rivers
now. Things were cleared up in a com
paratively little while, however.
News from Metropolis about Capt
Willis yesterday, was tj tho effect that he
was very seriously hurt. He was standing
on the stage of the wharfboat at the time
of the stormJThe wind was vory cold, aDd
rain which fell at the same time froze
almost as soon as it struck tho ground
Tho stage was covered with sleet and was
very unsteady, as the be it rocked fearfully.
He lost his footing and full, striking the
edge of the stage with his right hid and
breaking his leg juit below the hip j int
In the circuit court yesterday Wm
Shannon was found guilty of robbery and
sentenced to two years iu tho "pen." Geo
Williams, charged with the same offense,
was cleared. Samuel Brown, charged with
stealing money iroin uoratio Dean, was
also cleared, contrary to the expectations of
many who beard the evidence against him
but, then, Judge Yocum defended him
This morning the csb of Albert Young,
charged with robbing Angcline Young,
will be taken up, to be followed by that of
Willis Love, cbargod a second time with
playing a confidence gam .
While in other com:nuiitieJ, priding
thomselvei at their advantage oyer Cairo in
that they arosituntsi upon hills, the flout:
hath disturbed everything and everybody,
me business man, tho husbmdmm, the
manufacturer, laborer, politician, the rich
man, poor mn, beggar man, thief, here
everything. is m full blast, and even the
poker-player torpgotth not
daily and nightly pastime, but
2hereth in crowds at his fav
orite resort, Teichman's, and with steady
hand and serene countenance
shuffieth the paste boards in
contest over the red, white and
blue. As the official reporter ef the Ideal
League would so- beautifully put it, "He
joineth a friendly group in a cosy room
where soul mingluth with soul in social and
interesting intercourse; where hearts, and
hands with clubs in them, meet other
hearts and hands as the hours flit quickly
by," to say nothing about "bobtail flush
es," "aobreviated straights" and "sandies"
generally, with which "jacks up" and
"three of a size" are often most ignomini
BOMK REVELATIONS ON A SUBJECT WHICH
CONCERNS THE WELFARE OF THE RACE
AND THE HAPPINESS OF ALL.
(Rochester Dumocrat and Chronicle.)
To any one who has studied the laws of
life, rnd especially those which relate to
reproduction, an experience such as we
are about to relate, will come with special
force and interest. The. transmission of
certain mental traits of prominence, and
of certain physical traits of equal promi
nence, are facts which all acknowledge,
but which none can understand. The fath
er may be distinguished; the son, an imbe
cile; or, the parent may bedecripit and un
known, and the child achieve the highest
placo possible to humanity. But through
it all, there will be certain characteristics,
which mark the individual as descending
from certain ancestors. Too often, indeed,
these characteristics are infirmities, and of
ten of a physical nature.
These facts were strikingly brought out
during a conversation which a representa
tive of this paper recently had with Mrs
Carrie D. T. Swift, who is the wife of one
of our most prominent citizens. This lady
related that she inherited from her parents
certain tendencies, over which she bad no
control, and which were in the nature of
blood difficulties, assuming the form ot
rheumatism. Her experience caa best bo
described in her own words. To the writer
"I felt the beginning of this hereditary
taint many years ago, in vague pains,
which seemed to come unaccountably and
at uni ailed tor times. They were annoy
ing, exhausting, and interfered not only
with my duties, but also totally destroyed
my happiness. At first, they would be on
ly transient, ap peering for a daj or two,
and then disappearing; then again they
would come in such violent forms that it
was impossible for me to lift a cup to my
mouth. Afterwards, my feet and hands
swelled so that it was impossible for me to
draw on my shoes er gloves without the
greatest effort. I realized what the diffi
culty was, but seeded powerless to avert
it. I finally became so bad that I was con-
fiaed to the house and to my bed most of
the time. My joints pained me continu
ously, and my feet swelled to enormous
proportions. Knowing that I inherited
this tendency, I had about abandoned
hope, when I began the use of a remedy
which was recommended to me as a friend
as being specially efficient in cases of a
similar kind. To my ereat crratitude. I
tound that it relieved me, restored my ap
petite, and I am able to say that now I
have gained forty pounds in weight, feel
perfectly well, and am in the best possible
condition, owing wholly to Warner's Safe
Rheumatic Cure, which was the remedy I
"No one would ever suspect you had suf
fered so, Mrs. Swift, to see you now," re
marked the reporter.
"That is what all my friends sy. Only
yesterday, an acquaintance ef mine, whom
I had not seen for somo time, hesitated be
fore speaking, and apologized by saying,
Why I really did not know you, you have
changed so for the better since I last met
you, how well you do look."
"Have you any objection to giving the
name of the party who first mentioned
this remedy to you?"
"Not the slightest. It was Mr.R. H. Fur
man, the photographer."
"The newspaper man, after bidding Mrs.
Swift good-bye, repaired to the photograph
ic rooms of Mr. Furman, when the follow
ing conversation ensued :
"Have you been a sufierer from rheuma
tism, Mr. Furman?"
"Well I should think I had."
"For how many years?"
"Twelvo or fifteen."
"Did you try to cure it?"
"Yes, I tried everything, and, at last,
went to the Hot Springs of Arkansas, and
nothing seemed te do me any god until I
tried Warner's Safe Rheumatic Cure.'
"And it cured you, did it?"
"And you can cordial ly recemmend it?"
"Yes, indeed, more cordially than any
thing I have ever known of. It is simply
a wonderful medicine. I believe that two
thirds of all cases, both acute and chronic,
could be cured as I was cured by the use
of this remedy. In fact I know a number
of persons who have been in the worst pos
sible condition, and are now completely
well wholly through its use."
The statements above made are frem
sources, the authority ot which cannot be
questioned. Thsy conclusively prove the
value of the preparation named and show
that even hereditary traits can be removed
1 by the use of the proper meant.
The next consistory at Home Is fixed tor
! Maefarlane, member for Mallow, has se
ceded from the Paraellitei.
England bas sanctioned the future in
create ot Turkish Import duties. f
Dr. Wllh!m Loewe, leader of the Pro
gressionists in Prussia, ,bas been stricken
The attack on Tokar will probably be
made Saturday. Scouts - report Osman
Dleraa, wlih f ,000, men, guarding the de
files. Jerry Dwyeo, leader of a theatre orches
tra at Dallas, Texas, died a horrible death
from delirium tremens on last Wednesday
A Republican conference will be beld In
New York City Saturday morning, supple
mentary to the dinner In Broooklyn Friday
Manley Kowe, a prominent citizen of
Galveston, shot and killed Louis Charlton
Wednesday. He said Charlton bad Insulted
In tbe Kansas contested election caso o
Woods vs. Peters tbe House Committee
decided to report in favor of Peters, tbe
A fire at Cbarlottetown, Prince Ed
ward's Island, Wednesday destroyed the
postofflce, custom-bouse and all tbe bust
ness bouses on tbe south side of Qjieeo's
Square. Loss, J250, 000; Insurance, $100,
Tbe $10,000 chattel mortgage of tbe Bunk
rrs' and Merchants' Telegraph Company
filed at Taunton, Mass., Feb. 16, Is dated
Nov. 24, 1SS3. It is invalid under Massa
chusetts laws because it was not registered
within fifteen days of the date.
The custom-bouse guards at Camargo,
Mexico, bud a terrific fight with smugglers
at that point. Tbirty-tbree bales of
goods were captured. Seyeral men wera
wounded. Col. Tolaclos of tbe Rural
Guards was killed.
The Democratic members of tho Ilouse
b n kl a caucus Wednesday afternoon and
appointed a committee to confer wttb tbe
Senate Committee relative to holding a
Joint caucus Wednesday next. A resolu
tion that no Democrat should absent
himself from tbo House without leave was
BLkbaxon, Conn., Feb. 21. Ilarvey
Cnappell, aged 78, a wealthy farmer living
alone, was found murdered in his bouse.
Sentenced to 11 nog;.
Tombstone, Arizona, Feb. 21. The
fiv.i liisuee murderers were sentenced to be
banged March 28.
Tbe Beer of a Week Ago, Finding Rea
sons for tbe A'onfniailment of
St. Louis, Feb. 21. "George Bain
would bave been Postmaster over' a week
ago," said a gentleman Just returned from
Washineton to a reporter, "were It not for
a very strange shift in tbe situation wbluh
took place while I was there. You see
B.iId was strongly In tbe lead as against any
one of tbe several otber candidates, but
Just as bis success seemed about
assured the fact developed tbat there
bal been a Joining of Issues between
Filley, Bennett and Rodney Wells.
Up to tbat lime, you know, they bad been
flifbtlng each other, and Filley seemed to
regard Bennett's action in applying for the
position as an act of disloyalty, If not Im
pudence. Bennett, however, found out,
it seems, tbat be bad no possible show for
appointment because of tbe implacable op
position of Mr. Hays and bis friends, who
are very strong In Administration circles,
and wbo regardBennett as tbe man through
whose agency Mr. Hays' misfortune were
brought about. So believing, Mr. Bennett
came to tbe conclusion that bis old potitlon
in the postofflce was good enough for him,
at least tbat it was im
mensely better than no position
outside tbe office, bonce a spirit
of conciliation came over bim. Messrs.
Wells and Filley, It appears, became im
pressed with tbeir common danger mean
while, and a tort of tripartite agreement
was arrived at. Just what Its terms are I
don't know, any further tban that it either
Walls cr I illey goes in, it wiil be by tbe aid
of the Bennett strength, and whichever of
tiiein receives the position will be bound to
put Mr. Uennest buck In his old place. I
imagine, however, that Mr. Wells is to be
put forward for first placs by the triumvi
rate, and Mr. Filley will stay in the back
ground and virtually control things through
bis old friend, Bennett."
"Will their united strength be suffliient
to win against Fisbback and Baint"
"I don't think Mr. Fisbback bas any
hope of getting tbe position, and if be
abandons the field bis support will prob
ably go to Bain. At all events, I think tbe
effect of tbe new move bas been merely to
delay Mr. Bain's appointment a little.
You see Arthur Is very anxious, indeed,
to get a Missouri delegation in his favor to
the National Convention. aDd be Is con
sequently very desirous of making a
popular appointment. Ills fear of making
a mistake Is tbe explanation ot all the de
lay." Tltl'EYr TAXDY.
Tbe Colored Silk Seeka Crnmb from
tbe Hoodlums' Table.
St. Louis, Feb. 21. Immediately after
tbe council adjourned last Tuesday night
an old colored man was noticed going
among the members, hurriedly circulating
a paper. With a gracious smile be banded
it to Councilman Rowse, wbo glanced over
It quickly and then banded it back with tbe
remark: "I think you ought toget It with
hose names you bave there. ' ' A reporter
who inquired as to tbe pur
port of tbe paper was in
formed tbat it would be un
wise to give him any information regard
ing the mysterious document. To-day,
however, it developed tbat tbe man circu
lating the paper, Capt. C.-H. Tandy, was
evidently one who trusted in work rather
tban political creed to bring about eivil
service reform and a proper recognition
of tbe rights of the colored race. Said a
gentleman to tbe reporter. "I understand
tbat City Marshal Thomas will toon appoint
n deputy marshal, and Captain Tandy is
seeking the appointment. He is
alto said to be circulating a
petition to tbat effect on the quiet. You
will remember tbat somo time ago Capt.
Tandy was employed at the Custom
ilouse. He gave up tbe place a few months
since, and had his son, about 19 or 20 years
old, put in bis place. His son is now
drawing a salary of (70 a month, and tbe
position of deputy marshal will be worth
$75 a month more. I suppose tbe old man
now draws his son's salary, and it it not
surprising that be it trying to provide for
the whole family, for $141 a month It not 19
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, RANGES, FUHNACES,
Tin, Copper and A.jato Ironware.
Roofiiir, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 27, 31 & 33, o-SiSii
TICLFPHONE NO. SO.
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECHLTY OP
Mouldings. Picture Frames, CAUU)' IIiL
Telephone 'o 103
Engravings and Wall Papers.
Work of Devastation Wrought hj tie
Recent Oy clone.
Boatet Demolished. Properly Do
tvoyed autf Unman Life Swcrl-ficed-The
Richmond Conuty, K. C.
Wilmington, N. C, Feb. 21. Star
specials giving further particulars '.of the
cyclone say the storm cams so suddenly
tbat tbe people were unable to escape from
tbeif bouses and tbe buildings were blown
to fragments. Tbe bodies of tbe dead were
terribly bruised and cut. Tbe force ot tbe
wind was so ereat tbat two millstones were
moved several hundred feet. Chickens and
birds were found picked clean. Tbe larg
est trees were uprooted and the smaller
ones stripped of tbeir bark. At night the
iky was dazzling red. Tbe killed and
wounded belong almost exclusively to the
poorer classes, and there will be great suf
fering and destitution among tbe survivors.
Already 23 dead bodies have been found lu
Putnam t'onnljr, On,
Macon, Oa., Feb. 21. The cyclone
blew down the residence of Col. Humoers
In Futnam county, dangerously wounding
him. Mrs. Fascbal, wbo took refuge at
bis bouse, was instantly killed. Seven
negroes and nearly all tbe stock ou the farm
were also killed. Davisboro, on tbe Cen
tral railroad, was almost destroyed. Six
stores were blown down; also a brick de
pot. Varlutn, an employe of tbe railroad,
was killed, and many more dangerously
Evansvii.lk, Ind., Feb. 21. Th
commenced falling this morning one
of an inch an bour. Tbe Hopkins arrived
from Cairo and reports a frightful loss by
the storm. At Metropolis, Caseyville,
Uniontown and P.iducab there is great suf
feiing and a loss of bouses, mills and ware
bouaes, many ot them brick and thought to
be safe. 'o loss of life Is reported. Tbe
Weather is clear, and everybody Is hopeful
tbat tbe worst is over.
Atlanta, Oa., Feb. 21. It. 'liable re
ports otiite that on tbe line ot Cherokee and
Pickens cou ltles, wltbln a space of three
miles, twenty-two persons were killed and
forty wounded. No deaths occurred In
other countlesloontleuous to Atlanta.
I'ittsburo, Feb. 21. Oil City, 5 feet 7
Inches, falling; Parkers, 0 feet, falling:
Lock No. 4, 13 feet, falling; Rice's Land
ing, 6 feet 7, at a stand; Morgantown, 13
feet, falling; Pittsburg, 12 feet 6.
Wabnab and Wnlte Rivera.
Mt. Cahmkl, III., Feb. 21. Tbe
Wabash and White rivers are falling rap
Idly, and the people are relieved of great
anxiety. Tbe wind did no serious damage
Approaching Last Tear' nark.
Cairo, III., Feb. 21. -Tbe river Is 61
teet 10 Inches and rising very slowly. It is
but four inches below the high water mark
ot last year.
Hilled by a Locomotive.
Jackson, O., Feb. 21. Benjamin R.
McCloud, superintendent of tbe Comet coal
mine, was killed by a locomotive on tbe C.
W. B. railroad at Welloton last night.
St. Louis, Feb. 21. The Post-Dispatch
of yesterday contains along and carefully
worded apology for tbe attempt to muzzle
tbe press ot the country by the sneaking
IhroughCongress of a 21-hour copyright law
to protect city dailies In the continued pos
session of their commodities after tbey have
once disposed of tbem for a consideration
It carefully avoids tho silly position first as
sumed by it on this subject, and having
beard from its "country cousins" In un
mistakable tones, seeks to placa'.e the pow
er which makes Congressmen and controls
Congrexs by squealing tbat it Is not them
but city thieves It seeks to restrain. Tbo
best rufutalion ot this assertion is Its utter
It Is the country pross against whom the
law 1h aimed, and tbe promise of the Post
Dispatch to allow such p ipers as are moan
enough to do so to copy Its news, is a weak
Invention of tbe enemy to bogulle tbem ot
the use of their influence with their M.C. 's
and lull tbem to Bleep while their scissors
are being broken and their pastpots over
timed. Such arguments come with had
grace from a paper which copies (steals)
the big end of its "n iws" from the morn
ing papers, 'and serves It up "stale, fl it
and unprofitable" to a community already
cloyed witb its perusal several hours be
fore, Tho Injustice ts in depriving surburba't
residents of tbe news for 24 hours or any
other longth of tlrao, by law, or requiring
them to subscribe for a cumbersome alien
print, nlne-touths ot which is filled with
matter ot no earthly interest to tbem. It is
a blow at the very existence of local dallies
as it is at tbe intelligence, the rights and
the liberties of tho people -a monopoly for
tha paid apologists of monopoly,
CLABK & LOTETT,
Electric Light Contest.
Washington, Feb. 21. Secretary
Teller beard the argument in the patent
case of Edison vs. Sawyer A Mann of New
Tork for incandescent electric light. Tho
case came up on appeal from tbo Commis
sioner of patents in favor of Sawyer A
Mann. Koscne Conkling represented Edi
son and Col. Broadnax ot New York, re
presented Sawyer t Mann.
'! Alarm About tbe Red (iklna.
Santa Fk, Feb 21. Telegraphic reports
tbat the Apaches were on the war-p:ith in
Southwest New Mexico were spnt out from
Albuquerque without foundation. Tbe
Governorand millitary commander of the
district, interviewed by your correspond
ent, saj tt he Apaches are quiet on their re
servation. A Rongb Voyage.
Portland, Md., Feb. 21. The steamer
Cltyof New Yoik arrived this mornln?.
The trip was territio from the first. She
was In tbe midst of hurricanes and snow
storms all the time.
Tbe cargo was damaged and one man
Injured. Fifteen valuable borses died on
Killed by m Train.
Wilkksbarrk, Pa., Feb. 21. Thos.
Peters, a farmer, while crossing the rail,
load, was killed by a passing train.
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 21.-Thc bill
nuking Good Friday a holiday passed tbe
SEW ADVERTISE M KNTH.
Noticed in thin column Ibree Hun or leu iocen.s
one Insertion or l,Ui) pf r week.
A VT FT)- reliable mau In every county,
' ' iVAl 1 EjUio manufacture, and employ
agenti to lull a nreful h"tinehnld article. 3 0 per
ceni. profit. Only tiS.tfl required for nvtcbluu nd
ouiilt. St) tid 5' ccuta lor rample and lull particu
lar. Addreii, A. S. CLEM I! NTS,
319-lm Jami iUiwii, Ind .
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 Bth Ht , t.'airt), 111.
tGood Stock and Prlcea UenfoaMe,jff
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8thSt.,bot. Qulo Levee & Commercial Ave.
OA1HO. - - - ILJL
Repairing: neatly done at short notice.
"CITY GUN STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1362.
Cora'i Avu., between Utb and lUlb bin.
MANUFACTURER 4 DEALER IS ALL KINDS
Ammnnition of all doscr pMnnn uiwuys ou hand at,
BOTTOM PRICES .
General repairing in all kinds of mrUK Keys
of all descriptions made to order, and aatlgfortlun
warranted. Ulve nio a call, and be conviu'-cd for
yourself, at tbo i go of tli.t "131(3 UU.v."
JOHN A. KOEIILER,
-Cm Proprietor, Cairo. 1)1.
Boot & Shoe
No. 00 Com'l Ave., Bet 6tli & Gth Ms.,
J ist received a full .no of
FALL and WINTER GOO! S
which he will si'll at the Inwoir hnltom priced. Tt
ComprUes the h of 8T. LolTIH MAND-M ADtt
and of HOSTON MANtFACTUHKS, LAIMKS'
and CHILDRKN'S H1IOKS, and GENTS' KUIt
BUR BOOTS and 8HOKH.
Mr-V alno niaks to order anything In outlico
ofths best material and workmau.hlp, .
CP v SY o CP n O QQ o o