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The Daifc Bulletin.
THUltfDAY, AI'IUL 3, 1681.
CAIRO CII1 LIVERY, FEED M
Commercial Av., let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
N. BI UISTLEWOOI), Proir.
Good Tnruouti at Reasonable Rates.
Ilorst-s boariloil and well c-tirod
TELEPHONE NO. 11.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Xtwlauu" an J
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth ami Ele
CAIRO, j : : ILL.
Drive Well Forte and I.lfl Pumps futulehed tiid
put up. Agent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the beat pump ever tiiTented. .New Cut Fixtsrea
lurolshed to order. O d Mxtutei repaired and
fctjrjobbing promptly attended to. 31') tl
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 Mth Ht , l.'uiro, 111.
UTQooA Stock and Prlcea Keatonable.El
iai. a. iimi.
KtoBEitT 1. PXITH.
Grand Central Store.
13G &,138 Com'l Ave.
have lerelvel a full and complete line
ol new Kail and Winter
Cloaks, Dolman, No'ions, Etc.
A heaTjr tock of Body Brunela, Taper
tries and Incrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all tlr.-: and prices.
Clethlng & Gents' Fuinish'g Goods
A full and torapb t- flock Is now being
cloned out at great barifaim.
J ootid ni Hot torn Prices!
W. 6TRATTON, Ca'.ro. T. BIRD, Missouri.
STBATTON & BIRD,
No. 57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Tl.
fcV-Agenti American Powder Co.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OAIKO, - - ILL
Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
HEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street! Pat tin Til
Commercial Avenast VttlTU, 111,
TROOPS ORDERED HOME
The Situation at Cincinnati Reas
. euring.and Nearly All the
Further Details of the Three Days' Reign
of Terror an! Its
Governor Hoadly, in an Interview, Cen
sures the Fourth Regiment for
Neglect of Duty.
Cincinnati, 0., April 2. All troops
have been ordered home except the Fifth
and .Seventeenth Regiments both of which
have been stationed at the County Jail.
Those two regiments will leave to-morrow.
The Fifth was ordered home to-day
by the Adjutant-fieneral but the order
was countermanded by Governor Hoadly.
Johnny .Schmidt, aged fourteen, who
was shot Saturday night, was burled at
ten this morning. While the Court-house
was burning he asked permission of his
mother to go out and see the fire, She
hesitated at first, but he laughed, and said
there was no danger. An hour later he
was brought home covered with blood,
and with a bullet through his brain, lie
lingered until Monday morning, when he
An unknown man, supposed to be Win.
Weiss, aged about llfty, died In the hos
pital this morning. He has not yet been
Identified. He is German with a full dark
'1 tie following Is an additional list of
wounded not heretofore reported, having
been removed to their homes by friends:
Patrick Holland, George Kruger, John
Jacobs, Charles Lampert. Those who are
at the hospital reported dying to-day are:
Vogelgesang, Louis Kolp and Joel
IVrnard Fink, a spectator who was shot
on Saturday niuht by the militia, was
buried this morning.
Cincinnati, O., April 2. One of the
must encouraging signs of the supremacy
of order has just appeared In the removal
of the barricades In the streets about the
Court-house. At noon the first street
cars of the Mt. Auburn line were permit
led to pass through, after be tug shut out
since H:oO on Saturday uight, when the
pistol firing and sUmc throwing In front
of the Court-house so intimidated the
drivers and conductors that they refused
to further risk their lives. Travel of all
kind Is at once re-umcd about the Court
house. One of the first lots of freight
cl llvered on North Court street was an
Immense quantity of bacon to a pork house
opposite the Court-house. There Is no
longer that menacing attitude of presented
arms, but a very few soldiers are pacing
the sidewalks tiround the Court-house for
the purpose of preventing venturesome
persons from entering the dangerous
Last night was a hard one for the
troops and to-day is cold and comfort
less, with occasional cold raiu and snow.
There was absolutely no sort of excite
ment during the uight, except that on
Vine street, near Fourth, when a reck
less young man, falling to stop a street
car, Vihed at ir. The sensation traveled
up Vine to the Grand Opera-house, where
it com municated to the audience, and some
super-sensitive person, not knowing what
else to do, shouted "lire," whereupon a
panic resulted. It was only prevented
from being a disaster by the most stren
uous efforts of the men who were able to
control their seuses.
The citizens' movement to hire 2,000
special police docs not seem to progress
rapidly. The eminent citizens composing
KXKCTTIVK COMMITTER A HE RETICENT
about their idea. They decline to give foi
publication the names of men who ad
vance money to make up the sum of 100,
OoO, which they say will be needed. This
is from a fear, perhaps, that these people
i might be attacked in case there should be
I a future outbreak, and they might be sin
gled out for revenge.
Some research has been made, though
to a limited extent, to get the names of
the wounded not taken to the hospital.
The result is imperfect, as the work must
be, and shows that many even"
are suffering now at their homes. The
j number of slightly wounded is of course
greater, and their names will never be
known. All who have been seen state
that they were only spectators or passing"
along the street. Most of them were
wounded, of course on Saturday night,
and the most dangerous locality, judged
by these casualties, was. Court and Wal
nut streets. This is the point where
Kinsbach's drug store Is located. It was
dead man's corner. It was also the point
selected by the reporters for making tele
phone bulletins to their otllces. Mr. Kins
bach reports that he now has on haud the
Three pairs of boots, ten pairs of shoes,
Bcven hats, one scarf, one vest and a rag
picker's scale. The dead and wounded
were carried into this drug store, and
many casualltlcs happened at Its very
door. Through it all the plucky proprie
tor remained at his post. . There Is now
no sort of expectation that auy further
violence will occur. If all the guards are
taken away and there should be a future
attack on the jail it will not be by a rab
ble, but by a close organization, and it
will be arrauged to succeed without
Died of Griefc
Cincinnati, O., April 2. At a burial
yesterday of Adolph Melnklng, one of
those Hlled Saturday night, his father
fainted at the grave, was carried home In
an unconscious condition and died before
The latest revised list of dead and
wounded make the dead forty-five and the
Jorr.iv, Mo., April 2. S. W. Freeman
is a gay young drummer for a New York
button house who came out to this corner
of the great State of Missouri vainly
Imagining that life on the broad prairies of
the far West could be made ono continued
frolic. Ho knows better now. In Joplln
he made .the acquaintance of a young
girl named Ella l'etlt, who was
never supposed to bo prudish
as a Vestal Virgin. The other night they
wcut on a lark, to Carthage and registered
as man and wife. The hotel people rec
ognized the girl and the couple were ar
rested. Alter confronting the awful maj
esty of the law and contributing 818 to
the judiciary fund the button drummer
was dismissed with the advice to be more
cartful In future. The next time he goes
on an adventure of that kind he will
doubtless be armed with some paper Id
the nature of a marriage certificate.
St. Louis, Mo., April 2. It now ap
pears that the God-and-morallty upper-alr-and-solar-walk
Silk Stockings who
were reluctantly dragged Into politics to
purify the moral atmosphere surrounding
the ballot box are no better than they
In addition to the free and corrupt use
of money to control votes, arr ange
ments had been made, and were, In
fact, partially carried out, to
steal the ballot-boxes from such
preciucts as refused to be purified by
giving Siik Stocking majorities. Other
and still more damaging charges are be
ing made, and will, It is asserted, be
proven. It sounds badly
to hear the managing editor
of a great religious dally, who
has given up his life to the work of politi
cal reform charged withdrawing his indi
vidual check for a live huudred-dol-larcontributionto
the corruption fund
especially when It falls to corrupt but
yet this charge is made with the asser
tion that proof positive of its truth Is
High-Toned Voters and High-Priced
St. Louis, Mo., April 2. The St. Louis
evening Tn'mne gravely announces that
at the recent Republican primaries 6,231
votes were cast, 5S1 of which were re
ceived by the silk stockings; that for
these 584 votes, $5,000 were paid by a
certain well-known politician, making
each silk stocking vote cost about 10.
Returned the Tickets.
St. Louis, Mo., April 2. The house
1 529 Olive street was entered by a thief
last week and three coats stolen. Yester
day the landlord received the following
note accompauied by pawn tickets:
St. Louis, March 28.
Mr. Simms I got into your house the
other night and stole clothes from three
rooms. I don't know who thesoclothes
belonged to and I will send you the
tickets for them, for I am going to leave
town and can't use them myself. You
will get the tickets to-morrow. I saw the
door open and nobody around, so I walked
right in. The men who own the clothes
can get them back cheap, for I didn't get
much on them. Louis Lkwin.
Mississippi Medical Association.
West Point, Mass., April 2. The Mis
sissippi Medical Association met here this
I morning. Prominent physicians from all
portions of the State are in attendance.
The session will last three days and will
conclude with a grand banquet.
Another Kentucky Killing.
HorsKixsviLLE, Kv., April 2. At Fair
view, yesterday, John W.Gibson, a young
rough, walked into a grocery and fired
two pistol balls into the heart of John
McCoy, killing him instantly. No reason
is assigned for the deed. Gibson escap
ed, but a party of citizens are In pursuit,
and will lynch him if he is caught.
Washington, D. C, April 2. Colonel
Bliss resumed his testimony before
the Springer Committee. Ho
said that Attorney-General Brews-
i ter suspended the prosecution
of the Star route cases, and that they
hadn't been revived because Brewster ob
jected. They were suspended because of
the cry against the expenses incurred.
The relations of witness, so far as fees
were concerned, ceased in February.
Merrick, witness, said, was called Into
the cases at the suggestions of Edmunds,
respecting the Grand Jury Star-route
cases, he said, he had no facts showing
the Grand Jury was unduly influenced.
He could never understand why no indict
ments were returned against Saulsbury
and some others. He was led to think
that there was something wrong in the
Washington-, D. C, April 2. The re
ports concerning Senator Mahone's Illness
were greatly exaggerated. He had a se
vere nervous chill, but is much better to
day, lie is confined to his room only on
account of bad weather.
Washington, D. C, April 2. The
Chair laid before the Senate from the Sec
retary of the Navy copies of contracts
with Sheffield (England) manufacturers
for armor plates In the Miautonomah.
The Secretary suggested In the communi
cation that something be done to encour
age the manufacture of armor slabs lu
The credentials of Senator-elect Payne
of Ohio were read and tiled.
Senator Cole offered a resolution, which
was referred to the Committee on For
eign Relations, requesting the President
to institute negotiations with Spalu so as
to refer to an umpire all questions arising
under the treaty of 1819.
A bill amending Section 1,000 of the
Revised Statutes relating to the giving of
security in cases on appeal or writ of
"A bill promoting the efficiency of the
general land office by Increasing the sal
ary of the Commissioner to 5,000 a year,
and crcatlug an Assistant Commissioner
at 83,000 a year j also, raising the salar
ies of certain clerks of the bureau, was
It was incidentally stated that there
arc 150,000 undecided cases now In the
The morning hoar was dispensed with
and tho House went Into committee of
the whole on the Indian appropriation
$111 Mr. Wellborn (of Texas) in the chair.
Mr.Ellis, (of Louisiana) chairman of the
sub-committee having charge of the bill,
explained the bill and action of the com
mlttto thereon. . .
SUPPOSED TO BE LOST.
Painful Report of the Sinking of
Two Barges at Sea by an
The Captains with Their Wives and Fami
lies Said to Be Lost With All
The Schooner Shoters En Route to Cuba
with Revolutionists Aboard The
Spanish Consul in Pursuit.
Supposed to be Lost.
Norfolk, Va., April 2. Captain Davis,
of the Baltimore barge "James Dick,"
which was run down at sea by the Italian
bark Angelina Buzzo, on Sunday night,
fears the barges I). K. Bishop, Captain
Uurllson, and Nancy Rhodes, Captain
Modes, are lost, as they broke loose at
the same time that his barge did. The
Captains on the barges had their wives and
children on board, besides crews of three
men each. Twelve lives are supposed to
Savannah, Ga., April 2. A special to
the Murning Xrvs from Key West says
that reliable reports say the schooner
Shoters left last night with General
Aguero and twenty men well armed for
Cuba. The revenue cutter Dix left this
morning In pursuit. The Spanish Consul
is aboard the Dix. There is great excite
AN EDITOR IN TROUBLE.
London, April 2 Edmund Yates, au
thor, aud editor of the World, has been
sentenced to four months' Imprisonment
for libeling Lord Lonsdale. Yates' coun
sel has appealed, and meanwhile Yates
has been released on bail.
London, April 2. The Parnell Branch
of the Irish National League passed a
resolution condemning Michael Davltt for
inviting Henry George to lecture at Dub
lin. Till: BRITISH DEMAND.
London, April 2. The Ambassador of
the Porte Insists that the commercial
clauses In the capitulation shall not be
abolished, but shall remain valid. Eng
land demands that she receive the same
treatment as is accorded the most favor
Suakim, April 2. Osman Digna is ac
tively resuming the offensive. He is at
tempting to cut off the friendly tribes
about Handoub and Tamanleb from wa
ter. The Sheik, Mahmoud All, is oppos
ing him. A battle is expected.
EL OBEID POVERTY-STRICKEN.
London, April 2. Dispatches from
Gordon, dated March 18, state that El
Obeid is poverty-stricken aud destitute of
trade. A-few of El Mahdi's followers are
there, but there are no signs that the
Mahdi Is about to advance upon Khar
toum. The Kabbabish tribe is in open re
bellion against El Mahdi.
All persons belonging to the Catholic
Mission at El Obeid are well. There are
eleven Syrian and twelve Greek mer
chants there and one German.
arrested in squads.
Dublin, April 2. Eleven persons were
arrested at Tubbercurry last night charged
with treason and conspiracy. A body of
recruits arrested while drilling charged
with treason, were at the Sligo Assizes
to-day, remanded for eight days.
Sr. Petersburg, April 2. Tho final
decision in regard to the proposed con
cession for the introduction of grain ele
vators into Russia by Russian, French
and American capitalists has been post
poned, although the Council of the Em
pire voted in favor of the proposal.
THE LIBERAL PARTY GAINING 8TRENGTH.
Berlin, April 2. That the German
Liberal Party is beginning to be recog
nized as a new and Important force in
German politics is daily becoming more
evident, one of tho demands set forth In
its published programme is for the crea
tion of a responsible ministry for the
empire. They attracted the attention of
the Bundesrath almost immediately. A
delegation from Saxony, seconded by
one from Wurtimburg, asking that that
body oppose the demand, the discussion
was by request deferred.
WILLIAM STARTED FOR LONDON,
Berlin, April 2. Crown Prince Fred
erick William started for London to-day,
to assist at the funeral of Prince Leopold.
WILL STRIKE FIRST.
Montreal, April 2. At a meeting of
employes of tho Graud Trunk to
couslder General Manager Hlckson's
proposition to reduce wages ten per
cent., a resolution was unanimously
passed to go upon a strike rather than
accept the offer.
London, Ont., April 2. Six inches of
snow fell last night. Tho storm was ac
companied by pheuoineual thunder and
A Defaulting Paymaster.
Eminence, Ky.,Aprll 2. J. F. Ransdall,
Fostmaster at Newcastle, Ky., Is a de
faulter to tho amount of $800. Ransdall
has disappeared. A Government agent is
In possession of the office.
Carpenter at Home,
Lincoln, III., April 2. O. A. Carpen
ter and wife returned to Lincoln yester
day afternoon. They were met at the
train by a number of friends aud quietly
went to their home. No excitement was
manifested and it Is not believed any vio
lence will be committed to enforce the
resolution requesting him to leave tha
Gladstone will pass the Easter recess
In the north of France.
The trade dollar bill passed the House
yesterday by a vote of 138 to 118.
Herbert Spencer is falling In health,
end will visit Australia and New Zea
land. The Mexican Concrcss convened yes
terday, and tho reciprocity treaty with the
united States was highly praiscu.
Maior A. H. Nlckerson, of Philadel
phia, was indicted for perjury Tuesday
afternoon, the outgrowth of the divorce
suit a year ago.
' Kins' Johti. of Abvssinla. offers tho
services of 10,000 Abysslnians, for sol
diers, provided England will pay each
man two shillings daily.
Prof. Vlrchow. of Germany, has been
able to authenticate only one case of
trichinosis In Germany, and that was not
traced to American origin.
Edwin McCulloch, colored, who mur
dered Thos. Wilson lu cold blood, was
lynched at Dallas, Gastou Couuty, N. C,
by a party of titty citizens.
In the Dominion Commons a bill has
been Introduced to compel American in
surance companies to deposit 850,0u0 be
fore doing business in Canada.
Interesting Experiment With the Postal
Chicago, III., April 2. The greatest
telephone experiment ever attempted will
be made between this city and New York
on next Sunday night. The wires used
will be those of the Postal Telegraph
Company. The distance, over 1,000 miles,
Is tho longest over which a message has
ever been sent by telephone, and up to
within a short time it was supposed to bo
impossible. If this experiment proves
successful those who have faith in an
ocean telephone will be greatly encour
aged. John W. Mackey and James Gor
don Bennett will watch the experiment
with a great deal of Interest. It will
open up a new era In long distance com
munication. Cole County Politics.
Jefeerson City, Mo., April 2. The
Democrats here will let the city election
go by default. The Republicans are en
joying the situation. The vote of tho
county is all German, and but for a few
officers at the capitol trying to whoop up
the voters a little the Democratic party
of the county would be a cipher.
Colonel Frank James' Wife,
Independence, Mo., April 2. Mrs.
Frank James left for Huntsville, Ala.,
Monday night, accompanied by her son
Robbie. She will remain with Frank
during his comlug trial for participation
lu the Mussel Shoals robbery in 1881.
Horses Killed by Lightning.
Anna, III., April 2. During tha vlo
lent thunder storm which raged in this
vicinity yesterday the barn of Mr East
man, near this place, and that of Mr.
Weber, south of Jonesboro, were struck
by lightning, aud a valuable horse killed
lu each instance.
Otter Creek Hill Burned.
Jerseyville, III., April 2. The Otter
Creek mill at Ottervllle, 111., burned at
two o'clock this morning. This Is the
second time the mill has been burned In
two years and a half. Tho loss Is estl
mated at ? 12,000.
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1884.
Cotton Steady : middling. UMo.
FLOL'B-Stendy; XJLX to Choice, $3.7031.80
WiiKAT-Lnwer: No. 2, Red, fl.07Hl.Wi
XI V. v Alt;..,
Cohn Moaily: No. 2 mixed, 4Kii!tfo;
No. a white mixed, SiHftHiio.
OATS Dull; No. 2, 'MtiM'te.
li yk Steady; No. 2. 6',&iiJo.
Tobacco Firm; .uirs. common to cboloo,
fo.Ti-ilo.oO; leaf; common red leaf, (S.UOii
1U.UO; medium to (rood 12.o(iai7.50.
Hav Prairie f'J.auti&lD.OJ for prime; fl0.25
10.50 for choice: mixed tMiU for common
lu prime: timothy $I4"(.1 lor prime to fancy.
llUTTKK Steady: cliolco creamery, SJik&Ho;
fancy, Wioc: dairy, good to choice, BoiiJ-Toj
and SiirjaJu for select; low grados nominal.
Eoos Active at H'tU'ic.
r Potatoes Easy; choice Northern, aQISSo:
Eastern. 4(XcM24c; Hurbank and Peerless, id
4'iej Fluke, iK'aJT'-ici common, Uftfiyoo.
Pork Lowers standard mess, $17.73;
hard side, 1 17.02!.
Lakd Dull; prime steam, nominal at 8o.
Bacon Longs, Vii,Uc; uliuns, iOij,lU!(o;
clear rib, 9'io.
Wool Tub-washed choice, svmi'c; com
mon, 2S33Uc: unwashed, modiuru, liJiiJ',c; low
and coarse grades, 1'nillto.
Hikes Steady; dry flint, lflc: damaged,
Irtc; bulls or stags, 10V(llc; dry salted, lllc;
dry-salted, damaged, lie; kip and caif, salted,
',c; damaged, 1c; bulls and stags, tie;
green, uncured, Sc; damaged, Hc.
Siikep Pelts Steady; green, Uetf4$l.A0; dry
do,4lXii70c., as to amount and quality oi wools
green shearings, 'AXiUc; dry do, 1U&30C.
WmAT-Lower; April, 2o; May, 87.40
87V4e; Juno, SScj July, M)',c.
Colts Lower; April, 60c; May, Mio',
Juno, f).ric; July, 67 c; August, 5so.
Oats Lower; April, 2?,o; May, Ik'Xc; Juno,
33c; July, S-'Ho.
roitK-Lower: April, 17.40; May, $17.50;
June, $17.0; July, $17.7'4.
Lard Lower; April, $0.00; May, $9.05;
Juno, $9.15; July, 9.22'4.
Shout Hins-April, $9.00 May. $9.07tf;
June, 9.17'i; July, $9.25; August, $9.32
WrtEAT Lower; No. 2 Ued, April, $1.00s
May, June, $1.04; August, 1.04,.
Corn Lower; Mixed Western, April 594o;
May, 60Tic; Juno, BlSc; July, two.
Oats Steady ; April, Otf jie; May 37c; June,
r Provisions Pork Quiet ;iot moss, $17.50;
Lard Dull and weak; steam, $9.45,
Live Stook Markets.
Hoas-necelpts, 12.000: fairly active Rnd
firm; prices about 5c higher; light $5.5iK(4l.7U;
rough packing, $rt.253.o.j; heavy packing aud
Catti.1 Kocoipts, 5,700; steady but weak:
exports, $8.loiW.m; g"l ' cboloo, $0.76Q
6.20; common to fair. $..!( 35.50.
SnKKP Receipts, 200; steady; common to
CATTi.K-fteady: rxtra steors,$B.4o8,70: fall
to good. $5.:J".25; niixod butchers', $4,703
6.45; Mockers, $4.50ii5.25.
Siikkp Stertilys fair tc-good Western sheep,
$5.0(XlWS.s0; choloe to fancy, $3.0a8.25s good
WesUtrn lambs, $5.0(K(ii7.J0.
Hoos Strongs light to good Yorkers,
$8.75(97.00; good medium weights, I7.iua7.26s
Cattxi Rocotpts, 8.253; qulot and steady
native steers w to lM) lbs. av. H.vA.w.
stockers and feeders, $4.69id5.00; cows, $3.M
Hoos-BccAtpU, 5,32s good steady, otlieri
weak: lota 2t to 2U7 lbs. av. at $a.l54t.56
BHssi-Heeelpt, 1,500s steady) nativss, 77
lbs. av. $3.60. 1 .
What has Skepticism done for tho world?
Nothing but to siigest doubts. It has even
BUKgeswd that Khe tuuaUsm cannot be cured.
Kkepticlhin la as bad aa Rheumatism.
What has Science done for the world ?
A good many things; for Instance, It baa
shown that Kheumuttsin can bo cured.
It has shown thatNeuralijiacanbe got rid of.
Modern science hasproved that Rheum&ttsm is
a blood disease, and has provided athlopiiohus
as the remedy which can completely cure it.
It has proved that although the old doctors
failed to overcome Neuralgia, ATULOPUoaoscau
reach It, and eradicate it from the system.
It has proved that though these tormenting
diseases were so slow ami obstinate, they cua
bu overcome in a little while by means of
Don't be skeptical If you have any doubts as
to what Ann.opiioKOS can do, write to some of
those whom it has cured. For Instance, Hev. 8.
U. Dennen, I). D., Pastor Third Congregational
Church, .of New Haven, Conn., the Kev. W. P.
Corblt, pastor ueorge st. M. K church, of New
Haven, the Rev. J. E. Hearles, pastor Wlllctt St
M. E. Church, New York city, Mr. linimmell, the
well known candy manufacturer, of New York,
Ex-Oov. Bigelow, of Connecticut, and many
others, equally well known..
If you cannot get Ath LopnoRog of yonr dmnrlst,
we will wad It eiprv raid, ou receipt of regular
price-one dollar iwr bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your dni(nrint, but if he tiami't It, Jo not be
iwi-Huaded to try Hoiuutuuig eldti, but order at oiico
from ua aa directed.
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UMomtnn nv mi utn n 'nsqx -oocraqoi
tavaep Jq? ;o aioai ao j 'qinoy pn qyo M
'may 13 tnojj 9tuvo uapjo aooft 'piv.u
amoq paqcuvra 'jopaajjiu aqi juirt 'pu
'eisqiroia ooavqo) aqi nu luqanuil Jiaqj
pans 8'nJ qioq jo uaipiog noinqor
ptn uvttuaqg n)ji ao;aUU aqi xajnp
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 101 Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agent foi the Celebrated
BANGES & SNOVES,
Manufacturer and Dealur la
I lion M
Balldere' Hardware and Ca-pontors' TojU, Table
and Pocket I ntlcry, beat lu the market. Jtogers
ilrOa. PlHtnri l.'ll4lr..M L'n.L-a un.l ......... !........
Iron are. Benin Earthenware, White Mountain
freezer, Water Coolers, Refrigerator, Clothes
Wrlngere, Crown Pluter-, SC p La.lders, Garden
I Til IlIl'mi'TltH 4 rln la klu. 11,1 Wt....., I k, A
world, Lumps of every descrl tion. E'.aio Oil.
owcr uTB, famer wnners, iirooms, w in
flow Screen Wire Cloth, Full unpply ol Fishing
The above t rocit bottom price.
Corner 12lh and Commercial Avenao, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. 12.
Q.EORGE flAKRISOX LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of giirtflcal diseases, aDd diseases of women
OFHCK-On 14th afreet, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAPOK, KLKCTHO-VAPOK iND ilKDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCFLYN,
OFFICK-Klghtk Street, near Coiuoetcla! Atnoe
J)R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
H. E. INCE,
Manufacturer nd Dealer in-
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUMTIOJf
totes Hasalred. All Kinds el Keys Xnde.