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The Daily lUilletiu.
WEDNE3DA7, APRIL 2, 1834.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. Cth & 9th Sts.
N. IUIIISTLEWOOl), Propr.
Go xl Turnout at R -awnable Kates.
tIIorBi's boiirdocl and well carod
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Suecessr to Chas. T. Xewl mil ami
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth fct.s ,
CAIHO, : : : ILL.
l).-ve Well P.ircc and Lift Pumps fu.-nleht-d and
put up. Aeut for Itie Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE- PUMP",
the best pnmp ever Invented. Nov Fixtures
fun.l.hed to order. Od fixture) repaired nod
broii fd .
XVi -ibblng promptly attended to. 311 tf
Clarkson & Mowers,
No. MO Mth Ht ,','!iiro, 111.
tyOwd Stuck and Prlcea liiisoualile Jt
JAS B. BS1TU.
CbllEHT 1. XITU.
Grand Central Store.
136 & 138 Cora'I Ave.
have received s full and complete Hub
ul new Kail and Winter
Cloak, rolmans Scions, Etc.
A heavy mock of Body Bnioe:i, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloth, all alz-.-a and p'ices.
Clothing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A full and complete stock fa now being
cloned out al tfreat bargains.
Goods nt Hot torn Prices!
W. STRATTON", Cairo. T. BIKD. Missouri.
STEAT'fON & BIKD,
No. R7 Ohio Letee, Cairo, I'l.
(3T Agents American Powder Co.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bot. Ohio Leveo & Commercial Avo.
CAIRO. - - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1
i 8 ij If
1 co w Mi M
IN STATU QUO.
The Work of Murder and Pillage
SusjH-iHlvri and Possibly
at an Hud,
But tho Spirit Which Prompted the
Outbreak by No Moana
If We May Judge from the Incendiary Ut
terances of a Communis
GatUc-riuK Up the Fragments and Pluck
ing Order Out of Chaos-Hope
for the Future.
Ci.ntixx.ui, O., April 1. The situation
about tin; Court-house Square this mom
lug is more reassuring than it has been
since last Friday night. There were no
crowds about the barricades. The few
militiamen there rested carelessly on their
arms. A little shower of rain drove them
nil to shelter, leaving the barricades de
serted. The least disturbance at the out
side lines, however, caused them to rush
A dog light just beyond the barricade
on West Court street created great excite
ment and the soldiers formed In line of
battle and instantly the enclosed space
about the Court-house aud Jail was filled
with militiamen In groups maneuvering
or squads relieving one another for
breakfast and sleep. Stacks of arms
were standing about amid the debris of
the Court-house ruins, while the Guttling
gun was taken in out of the wet.
Kverybody expresses confidence that
the present trouble is over. The Four
teenth regiment and several other com
panies will leave for home to-day. The
jail being the headquarters aud sleeping
place of a large number of troops is con
tinually thronged w ith blue coats, and the
one narrow passaire-way leading into It Is
at all times almost impassable.
A company of the First regiment, led by
Colonel Hunt, and the First Regiment
bund marched out this morning to attend
the funeral of Captain Desmond.
A force of workhouse employes havt
been put to wurk saving what can be sav
ed of the charred fragments from the
County Clerk's ollice. Several volumes
were partially legible.
At :u0 a. rn., tire broke out under the
stairway of the Treasurer's ollice. At)
engine was called, and after considerable
work in t'-aring away the iron work, the
lire was extinguished.
The Sixth Kegiment will go home to
morrow, but the main body of the troopi
will remain in the city at the urgent re
quest of some timorous citizens untl
after the funerals of the victims of th
Meeting of the Bar Association.
Cincinnati, ()., April 1. At a meeting
of the Hamilton County Bar Associatioi
this morning, Rufus King, presiding, i
was resolved to appoint a committee o
ten, to which the Chair was added, to de
vise plans for restoring the lost cour
records; also to appoint a committee o
five to revise the Ohio criminal laws
which in their effect have protected rathe,
than punished criminals in Ilamiltoi
County. The I5ruce bill now pending re
duciiig peremptory challenges of defend
ants from twenty-three to ten, was re
ferred to the Committee ou Revision.
A 1'RfKKXT PRIEST.
Five thousand persons attended the fu
mral of Captain Desmond from tht
Catholic Cathedral at ten o'clock this
morning. Captain Desmond was shoi
through the head on Saturday night
while in command of his company. lit
was a popular young lawyer. His com
mand gave him a soldier's burial. Tin
olllciating priest scarcely alluded to the
riot, and blamed neither soldiers noi
For God and Their Country.
Cincinnati, 0., April 1. The Munlci
vi! Reform Association, composed of citi
zens of all parties, have issued a mani
festo to the voters of the city stating thai
they believed the occurrences of the past
few days more than ever demand a sever
ance of party polititics in the Municipal
Government, and also stating that they
will place in nomination for the various
ollices to be tilled at the approaching mu
nicipal election men of irreproachable In
tegrity and undoubted qualifications for
the positions, who have consented to
accept the nominations merely from a
consideration of public duty. They are
selected without regard to political
views, and all good citizens are called up
on to mute with the association in the at
tempt to place pure and reliable men in
charge of the city government. The as
sociation has determined to call a mass
meeting at Music Hall soon to ratify their
Opinions of the Press.
Cincinnati, 0., April 1. The Volks
Ihttt (German) says: "The calling of
the militia ou Friday night can only be
characterized as a great mistake. Our
militia know and can do nothing else, it
appears, but shooting. If reliance had
been used in place of force, order might
probably have been restored without loss
The Fme. Prrsse says : "The Indigna
tion of the people is increasing on ac
count of the rough and wholly unpro
voked shooting upon peaceful citizens
and upon women and children, and the
increase of indignation is becoming more
and more fearful. It may be dreaded,
too, upon reasonable grounds. The
shedding of blood is not yet ended, but
will begin afresh." It blames Sheriff
Hawkins, Mayor Stephens aud Governor
lloadly; the llrst two for mismanagement
and the latter for not coming hero to see
for himself what tho situation required.
The Commercial Gazette In an editorial
to-day upon the situation speaks in the
strongest possible terms of condemnation
of Sheriff Hawkins for calling on tho
militia, and takes an account of tho sal
vage from three days of terror. The re
mit It declares to bo the saving of a lull
lull of murderers. It adds i 11 Tho reign
of lav and order is restored in Cincin
nati ', that law aud order which makes
Diuider the safest trade and which has
made Impotent tho administration of law
against crime and atrocity."
a captain's carp.
Captain Foellger, who commanded the
detachment of militia which fired the first
shots, has published a card denying the
statement that he ordered his meu to Are.
Says he :
"Sheriff Hawkins gave tho order in tho
words 'Give it to 'em boys, tire ; and in
the excitement I could not stop them, so
1 cried, 'For Christ's sake, boys, tire high.
My men would never have fired if it had
not been that four of them were wounded
with stones and shots from the crowd,
and they shot on the Sheriff's order. I
have been In the war, I would rather face
an enemy than such a crowd of citizens
with whom I have fellow feeling, and I
would not rashly give an order such as
has been said I gave."
County Treasurer's Safe Blown Open.
Gkkknsiii'kg, 1'a., April 1. Last night
burglars broke into the corridors of the
Court-house aud thence into the County
Treasurer's ollice, where they blew open
the safe and stole between $300 and 000
cash and a number of valuable papers.
They made good their escape, but de
tectives are ou their track. A clew has
been found and It is thought they will be
The Public Debt.
Washington, D. C, April 1. The
reduction of the debt for March will
be over fourteen millions, thus making a
reduction of over eighty-two millions for
three-quarters of the current fiscal year.
The reduction for the entire year will go
considerably beyond one hundred mil
lions. It is interesting and important to
note that when the 1st of May call for
three per cent, bonds matures, the out
standing threes will be reduced to two
hundred and forty-five millions. A call
for ten millions to mature in June will be
made to-day. The prospect is that the
tlscal year will close with only two
hundred and twenty-five millions of the
outstanding threes uncalled.
Bliss Again Blows His Bazoo.
Washington, D. C, April 1. George
Bliss was again before the Springer Com
mittee to-day. He began with an expla
nation of his former testimony relating
to Cook's connection with the Star
routes and the character of the papers
Cook had in his possession. He stated
that there were sixteen routes in the
original Dorsey indictment. The de-
fendants were contiuually in possession
oi lulormation respecting Look's papers
Witness didn't think Attorney Brewster
ever told Cook. He (Brewster) couldu't
deal with witness as he would like to be
cause the witness was Instrumental in se
curing Brewster's appointment. Witness
again reiterated his disparaging reference
to (.orkhlll as District Attorney.
To be Reported Favorably.
Washington, D. C, April 1. The
House Committee on banking and cur
rency agreed to report favorably the
Dingley bill, which authorizes the Score
trry of the Treasury to purchase at cur
rent market rates out of any lawful mon
ey deposited by the National banks foi
the purpose of retiring their circulation
such bonds of the United States as will,
In his judgment, prove most profitable to
the Government. The bouds so purchas
ed are to be held and used for purposes
of this trust.
A Heavy Rider.
Washington, D.C., April 1. The Naval
Committee of the Senate tacked on to the
naval appropriation bill, Hale's proposi
tion to construct seven steel vessels. It
is predicted that the bill will be the last
of the appropriation bills to be disposed
of. The increase required to construct
the newgvessels increases, the appropri
ation nearly six and a half million dol
lars. Randall and the Sage.
Washington, D. C.,. April 1. It is
whispered that Randall, who disappeared
in the direction of New York, has gone
over there to have a further consultation
with Tilden. Randall's friends grow
every day more vigorous in opposition to
Washington, D. C, April 1. The re
port of the Keifer-Boyton committee has
been argued upon, and will be submitted
to the House at the earliest opportunity.
The committee unanimously declare the
charges against Boyton are not sustained.
Publio Debt Reduction.
Washington, D. C, April 1. The re
duction of the public debt during the
month of March was 914,238,321.
Mr. Ilale reported the naval appropria
tion bill from the Naval Committee, and
gave notice that he would call it up to
morrow or the next day.
Mr. Hill introduced bills to regulate the
letting of mail contracts in Alaska, and to
make gold and silver certificates deposited
in tho United States Treasury legal ten
ders for public and private debts.
A bill for the relief of the survivors of
the Jeannetto expedition and the widows
and children of those who perished was
passed. The bill gives Engineer Melville
and Lieutenant Danenhower $1,000 each;
Raymond L. Newcomb the naturalist $000;
fireman Bartlett 000j and tho remain
ing survivors $300 each. To tho widows
or surviving parent or relation of those
lost on tho expedition is given twelve
Washington, D. C, April 1. Mr.
Tucker, (of Virginia) from the Judiciary
Coramltte, reported a bill limiting the time
for presentation and payment of claims
against the United States.
Washington, D. C, April 1. Mr. Rea
gan, from tho Committee on Commerce,
reported a bill for tho inspection of live
stock and dressed meats. Mr. Rogers, of
Arkansas, from tho Committee on Post
ofllces and l'ost-roads reported a bill re
appropriating money appropriated in
1877 for the payment of Southern mail
contractors. Mr. James, of New York,
from tho Committee on Labor, reported a
bill for the payment of laborers for the
United States tho balance withheld for
labor In excess of eight boars.
An Affecting Soene Over tho Re
mains of tha Duke
England's Heir Apparent Melted to Tean
in the Presenoe of his Dead
Victoria, Though None the Less a Queen
Yet More, " A Desolate and
Cannes, April 1. The remains of th
late Duke of Albany, Prince Leopold,
were conveyed this afternoon from the
Villa Nevada to the railroad station, en
route for Cherbourg. The funeral cor
tege was escorted by several companies
of military, and others lining the streets
along the route of the procession. All
business was suspended and many build
ings were draped In mourning.
Previous to the removal of the remains
from the room In which they lay a sor
rowful scene was enacted. The Prince oi
Wales, who Is here to accompany the
body to England, threw himself upon the
collin and kissed the lips of his dead
brother repeatedly, giving way to his feel
ins in suppressed sobs. The scene was
extremely affecting. Those witnessing
it were unable to repress their tears.
The Prince was dually led away and the
casket closed. On the casket was a largo
wreath from the Queen, inscribed with
the words: "From a desolate and sor
London, April 1. A Time? dispatch
from Khartoum says: "We are daily ex
pecting the arrival of British troops. W
can not believe that the Government will
abandon us, Our very existence depends
upon Great Britain."
GORDON'S NEW POLICY.
Cairo, April 1. Gordon has finally de
cided to abandon his policy of conciliat
ing the natives, being convinced by the
repeated efforts and failures that It is ut
terly useless. His new policy will be
more vigorous, and as a first step toward
carrying it out, the Egyptian soldiers de
tailed to give safe conduct to ;the parties
leaving Khartoum have received orders
to return to the beleagured citadel imme
diately. SAILED FOR SUEZ.
Suakim, April 1. General Graham aud
troops have sailed for Suez.
London, April 1. The latest advices
report that Ustnan Digua is encamped in
the vicinity of Tamanieb, having about
1,000 followers and many sheiks aud that
he is preparing to give battle to the tribes
friendly to the English. Yesterday even
ing the rebels approached within a mile
of Suakim and looted cattle. The inhabi
tants of Suakim are discontented and
angry at being left by the British to take
care of themselves.
Londox, April 1. Bets on the Ox ford
Cam bridge boat race made before the an.
.nouncenieut of the postponement have
oeen ueciareu ou.
The special pilotage dues in the Suez
Canal have been abolished.
Vienna, April 1. The official repart
just published states that the assassins of
Kammererand Stcllmacher acted under
orders issued by the Central Committee
of Anarchists at New York, of which
Herr Most is the head. The prisoners
are suspected of having attempted the
murder of the chemist at Straiisbiirr mid
the money-changer at Stuttgart.
Madrid, April 1. The Cortes has been
dissolved. The new Cortes will assemble
Madrid, April 1. The Cortes has been
dissolved. Elections for members of the
new Chamber of Deputies will be held
on the 27th. aud for members of the Sen
ate on May 8th. The new Cortes will rc-
usseiuuie on me -'utn oi .May.
Festh, April 1. Several anarchists
have been arrested by the police in this
Constantinople, April 1. Letters
from Asia Minor states that the author
ized agents of the Turkish Government
ire attempting to close the Protestant
schools conducted bv American mis-
Quebec, April 1. The mails between
Quebec and Toronto have been plundered
several times within a few weeks. There
Is no trace of the robbers.
THE CHILD WAS MURDERED.
Horrible Discovery Made by a Laborer
An inquest-No Clew.
Jefferson City, Mo., April 1. While
a laborer named Russler was cleaning an
out-house vault at John Bredman's, on
McCarty street, to-day, ho came upon the
body of a dead child. Coroner Riddler
immediately held an Inquest. Doctors
Mathews, Riddler and Young examined
the body. The conclusion reached is that
It was an infant just born, and that it had
been dead about forty-eight hours. Tho
body was SO discolored t hat tlin doctors
were not fuJly determined whether it was
white or black. Its skull was broken and
the body otherwise showed marks of vio
lence. There Is a determined effort to
find out the mother of tlm child, hut no
yet suspicion does not fasten upon any
A Wrestler's Challenge.
Peoria, 111., April 1. Theodore
George, professionally known as "Greek
George," will this morning issue a chal
lenge to any professional wrestler in the
United States. lucludins tho Japanese
champion, to wrestle a match, Urtcco-
noman or catch-as-catch-can. for the
championship of the world, for $500 to
l.ouo; match to come off within three
months at Chicago or Peoria.
No attempt was made to lynch Adams,
the murderer of Burns, at Dallas, Tex.
The San Marcos, with 185 passengers
aboard, is aground near Galveston, Tex.
Tho British foreign ollice is investigat
ing the bogus butter trade of this coun
try. The Collins investigation of the Jean
nette expedition, It is expected, will begin
A lino of steamships will bo run by the
North German Lloyd Company from Vera
Cruz to Germany.
There Is no doubt that Gordon's defeat
was caused by treachery and that Khar
toum still hold back.
At the caucus of Republican Senators,
yesterday, it was decided to dispose of the
educatiou bill ou Wednesday.
A German has obtained a charter from
the Mexican Government to scart an os
trich farm near the City of Mexico.
Considerable uneasiness is manifested
in diplomatic circles because of the mass
ing of German troops on the Eastern
General Millot proposes to send home
the French regiments after the capture of
Hong Iloa and hold Tonquiu with native
Gross receipts of the Postofflce Depart
ment for the quarter ending December
31 were S-'sii.oua less than for tho last
quarter of ls.82.
Judge Barret, of New York, sustained
the plea of Sheriff Davidson, iudicted for
extortion, that the Grand Jury was ille
Bismarck has a plan for completely im
penalizing Germany, and will propose the
plan to the Reichstag immediately after
the Easter recess.
The Spanish Government has been pe
titioned to guarantee the independence of
Morocco against any protectorate of En
gland and France.
A conference committee of Independent
Republicans met yesterday in New York
and adopted au address to be circulated
throughout the country.
It is stated that the Emperor has con
sented to the retirement of Bismarck from
the Prussian Ministry, and that YouPutt
kainer will succeed him as premier.
Thos. Sainon of Laconia, N. II., was ar
raigned for trial Monday and pleaded
guilty of murder in the first degree. He
killed the Ruddy family and Mrs. Ford last
The prevalent British opinion concern
ing the Cincinnati riot Is that Americans
always act with more energy aud effect
against rioters than any other people in
For Invading His Neighbor's House.
Kansas City, Mo., April I. The over
crowded murderers' row in the city jail
received another inmate this morning,
Albert Smith had for some time been
fiercely jealous of his wife, whom
lie accused of iudulging a tender pas
sion for Wm. Ellis. He swore he would
put a stop to their love-making,
if he had to kill them both. Leaving her
this morning with murder In his heart
and a pistol in his hip pocket he went in
search of Ellis whom he found in front ol
a saloon on Third street. The two men
broke into a noisy quarrel and Smith draw
ing his pistol tired three shots at his op
ponent. Two of them pierced Ellis's
breast, inflicting mortal wounds. Both
men are negroes of bad reputation.
Edf.xshlrg, Pa., April 1. The Cam
bria County Republican Convention
elected delegates to the State Convention
and endorsed BJaiue for tho Presidency
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1884.
COTTON-Hhrher; middling 114&U Sc.
Fi.oik Steady; XXX to Choice, JJ.;i4.80:
Whkat SU'ud-:No. 2, Red.'$1.08!ffil.as?,';
No. a Keil, Wile.
Corn Weaker: No. 2 mixed mtftMUm
No. a white mixed, fcktXle,
OATS Dull: No. 2, M'idiMhi.
Hyb Steady; No. 2, 511 italic.
Tobacco Firm; .ufrs. common to choice,
5.T5ilil.OO; leaf; eommou red leaf, tS.lHKiJ
1U.0U; medium to irood f 12.5017.50.
HAY-Pniirio H.SoaiU.OD for prime; 10.25
IU..'iO foreholeo: mixed flifaU for common
to prime: timothy 14617 lor prime to fancy.
IIUTTEK Steady: choice creamery, iHx&Ko;
fancy, W&ae: dairy, kooJ to choice. 2fi.'7o;
and 2SiWoc torsolect; low grades nominal.
Eoos Active at Hie.
PoTATOus-Kusy; choice Northern and East- I
em Hose, 42V 45c: Uuibank and Peerless, 40
42'. e; Kluke, 32Vi;l71ic; eommon,2.ViWoc.
Pouk Steady; standard mess, $18.00;
hard si ft, f 17.75.
Laud Dull; prirao steam, nominal at 9c.
lUcoN-Longs, tf'ic; shorts, 10,So; cleat
Wool Tub-washed choico. Sl'&Wic: com-mon,2S-d-!ilc:
unwashed, medium, 2U23.lic; low
ami coarse irrades. lacilHc.
HiDES-Steady: dry flint, l!)c; damaged,
lt!c; bulls or stairs, lOaiic; dry salted. 13c;
ury-saiien, uainujteu, no: Kip anil cair, salted,
U'io: damaged, 1c; bulls and stags. 6e;
green, uncured, Hc; damaged, tt!o.
Shekp PKLTS-Steady; green, 8Oc3$1.00; dry
rlo.4ixa:0c., as to amount and quality of wool;
ireen shearings, 2Ui.j0c: dry do, lOiSSOo.
Wheat Higher; April, 82S'c: May, 87H3
87Sc: June, ssc; July, S9S.O.
Coks Higher; April, 61V; May, 35c;
June. ;W'4c; July, 5s',e; August, 5Hc.
Oats Lower; April, 2Sc; May, XJcj Juno.
Pouk Lower: Mav. f 17.60: Juno, f 17.70.
Lard Lower; May, f'J.274: Juno, $t).37!-t:
May, fU.30; Juno, 0.J7VJ.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 Hcd, April, 11.00V;
Mav. fl.Wl'i; June, fl.044.
Corn Higher: Mixed Western, April 00!;
May, 61 So; June, 2Vc; July, fiac.
Oats Firmer; April, SO.Hc; May 37 (jc; June,
Provisions Pork Quiet; snot mess, 117.50;
Lard Dull and weak; Htoatu, U.15.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Itocelpts, 7,000;
prices 5c lower; light $5.5fKft6.HU; rough
ing, $il.i!0it).tK): heavy packing and shipping,
Cattle Receipts, 4,800: exports, ta.15fl.60;
good to choice, f3.uoUU; common to lair,
8HKKP-HcoelpU, 2,100; common to choico,
Cattle Steady; extra 8teer9,ffl.40((i6.70; fair
to good, 5.75i'itt.50: mixed butchers', t4.70a
6.4fi; stoekors, 4.fttiS.S!5.
Siikkp Steady: fair to-good Western sheep,
M.indt5.75; choico to fancy, $5.80(46.25; Igood
Western lambs, $tf.2fV$7.2.
Hons Strongs ffood to choloe Yorkers,
ffl.Ka.ix; good medium weights, t7.0Cxa7.l6j
Cattle Receipts, l.aoo; quiot and steady!
native steers M) to lTiO lbs. sv. $L9ft8.40;
Mockers and feeders, $4.60O5.i; cows, ta.ttO
lloos-ReoolpU, 8,TOO good steady, others
weak: lots 2i to 2W lbs. av. at f&l6Q9.55t
8h bep-K'Mielpta, 1,500 steady; narJr,T!
lbs. av. $3.fi. :
What has Skepticism done for the world ?
Nothing but to suggest doubts. It has even
suggested that Rhfiuuattsm cannot bo cured.
Skepticism U aa bad an KacuniaUHm.
What has Science done for tho world?
A good many thlntrs; tor Instance. It has
shown that Rheumatism can bo cured.
It has shown that NcurolgUcanb got rtd of.
Modern science has proved that Rheumatism Is
a blood disease, and has provided ATULOpnniios
as the remedy which can completely cure it.
It has proved that although the old doctors
failed toovercome Neuralgia, Atulophokoscuu
reach It, and eradicate It from the system.
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases were so slow and obstinate, they can
be overcome in a little while by means of
Don't be skeptical If you have any doubts as
to what ATTii.oruoKos can do, write to some of
those whom It has cured. For Instance, Rev. 8.
H. Dennen, D. D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, of New Ilaven, Conn., the Rev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor George St. m. K. Church, of New
Ilaven, the Rev. J. K. Hearles, pastor WUlett St.
M. F Church, New York city, Mr. BrummelL the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-Oov. Blgelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known.
If you cannot get ATHLopnortoaof yonr imtrint,
we will tend it exiirew iiiuil, ou receipt of regular
iirice one dollar ir bottle, we erefur that you buy
It from your druwtl. hut if he liasu't it, do Dot be
uerauadttl tn try ftuieUiiug eluo, but order st oiico
froiu us an directed.
ATHL0PHOR0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Hiiiimimmim it. . nnmuimimm
Durham la historic It waa neutral ground
during the armistice between Sherman and
Johnson. Holdlcni of botb armies rilled
their pouchen with tho tobacco stored there,
and, after the surrender, marched home
ward. Boon orders came from East, West,
North and South, for " more of that elegant
tobacco." Then, ten men ran an unknown
factory. Now it employs 8(10 men, uses the
pink and pick of the Golden Belt, and tho
Durham Bull is the trade-mark of this, the
beet tobacco in the world. BlackweU'a Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco baa the largest
aale of any smoking tobacco In the world.
Why? Simply because It is tha but. All
dealers have it. Trade-mark of the Bull.
If he'd irons for a rack
awe of BlackweU'a Bull
Durham Hmokintr To
bacco, as he wan told, he
wouldn't have been
cornered by the bull
0. W. HENDERSON",
No. 191 Commercial Aye.
Sola Agent lor the Celebrated
STOVES & GANGES,
Misufdcturer and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Buildrrfl' fTrrlura!.A anA TnanlAM1 T.v.ta T.kt.
and Pocket Cutlery, bent in the market. Rogers
Krni 1 fl,ila L-..I...... t c .
Iron Ware. Her. In Eartheuware, Whito Mountain
rrreaern, water Dnoiern, Kiirrlgerntiirs, ( lotbes
Wrlner, Crown Fmter-. 8t-p Ladders, Garden
Im nlt.mixita Mtn, r,,l I,... 1.. k
r-." vii L-nritq U I II O
world, Lumps of every deacri tion. i!alu Oil,
varjii i owei- pitk, r attier uunters, lirooius, m
ow Screen Wire Clulh, Full supply ol Fishing
The above .t rocs bottom price.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
QEOUGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the II imeopathlc treat
ment of surgical diseases, aud diseases of women
OFKICK On 14lh street, opposite) the Post
offlce, Cairo, ill.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady la attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFFICK-Klghth Street, near Conn, erdsl A yen n a
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
ttRhtti and Ninth Street
PJ IE. INCE,
-Msnufacturur and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Are. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMTJJUTIO.
Ufes Btlrd. All Kinds oi Kejs Kids,
LOOK OUTJl'J 1
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