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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOliNINO, MAY 21, I8S4.
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coiiML'ti, todib Bi le round M.
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t .-.r'u-a-Ulnntou Aenn. Apntvtaua.
n'iNTr'D AiiESTS To ollCit orders for the
V.i.faUe. K r terms Hire. with r . fa.
i,.,jlfU f'KIENil SAI.EsMEN-To
) 'on i Id imn cspiiai aud ran a pang ef men In
narnrn Hri in u ill in rf,
il d.3 r J vnlir ltirm.
S. i'. I'ALMER, nionminglon. 111.
ilMMSl LuJALAliENTS Toii'llnl deliver
"or. e.inimis-ion A gaod chain f r a capable,
fntrKiic ud irontworihv man.
' k S. C. I'ALMKK, B:oom!spton, HI.
Ten K UOI.DEUS MEETING.
T-w ki'.I ba a S'.vk-holJera me. ting of the
l'l'not If"" nd Company al tli'tr u rre id
Ckiroon the darof My. at a. ia , for the
i,nrtor..fe'i-c.P nine d!r.e-.:r and the transac
tion of i o:her basin as may properly come
Wforf.fct me-f.rc. C O tiUDFRKT, Pre..
W. B. CUUMAN. Sec'y. U'-Kf
emcUl PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVSTY
FVTEREi) AT TUK CAIRO POSTOFFICE FOR
rr.ANs.Misiov throw a the mails at
SECOND CLASS RATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
nii locals on third p-ige.
Ci of t'Ttnty-Sva or thirty men are
r.a the incline of the Teias and
Rv.ir ul, it 15 rl's Point, mskiug
t ;n;e DK-.s-i'y rej'iirs.
Ice, wo--! al kiaHtcg, at City Brew
ery, Joco K'.e-s tr"
TLt CV.5'.ic lair and festival is
in :n nifjUMtT .tU tVsTT xicht.
"3 1 .
r -'t re 1 k'.I iu L-r lei until Ute
Lict-t tLe dcf.n ';'.'; B'V;a t c-pen.
Os'.y fv-i: cire d.js of the r-.-st ci-
IIatthjp.x A Si.:. 2--.t
Mi r- W. r-k;r is busy
..i-ic ' tls Tilae of perineal
r :i.e cu.Ty tal city.
ai much d-.freace in v!ac
ITc Live put cc 3
Ctrl tks J w.Il be w:ti
Tiers .i ti.k :
::.i:g the G
repeat of :!.e
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r tie ;r.v.
j iy t" e .i:: :
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h fair co
City cm ;
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Uatthors A 5llo.
:oug s i'ou keepers of
:3f.'.l f r more strict
law re'uricg e 5l'-e
jg srorts ai by "irii'i-:-
I ,a c J e-ie." TLey be
: '...-y ta'ist piy jj LcTiiy
of s.l.iij i quoii, t.ey
giiist :1 wli d-j ovt
.t Co t. a i s'.oi
e M uj.l Ci'j
cdi!' a t" ii.tf ir-a bridge
o Uy ni in it Mvua.-J
rvi-b'ng to '.'iiv; to Mr.nd
. Lp Vhi: fc'on Arctic to
r r-1 , ti.tn t.ke t!i: county
B niLgt.a Bu.'.etis: -M-.y r iiarri
IvS i-.cii:i Ii- wiil o -t stand upon a
pla'.forai f '-r ff ffv.-aue oa!y.' Tee
tariff p'.itk L.u:t b: s-:.-fiCt':y,or else he
not ptiniit tLe litruiuctato to rua bitu
f.,T r. ...f'..-. f..1 f r, fr ..r. la n-llt
tLei-f r- -e pr --'is.- rmit Cirter to bavts
Lis on wiy i -a th tariff quebtion. They
Ion C.i. II .rr'-Tor, riiU- h, but M-j"r Il-.rri-soa
Mr. L. of ihs Singer Cwaipuuy,
arrive J b.re j eetet 1-iy from South Betd.
lie wiii rninin, is nnu.l,but a feT days to
look nf'cr ilf- cviip jiiy's wo:ks here. Ia a
Iett. r ifct'ntly received litre the writer'
ipoke of &; iu'ervicw be Lad with Presi
deat McK-.-Dzie, in the couron nf which that
gentleman give the E'rong"t assurances of
the permanency and future exttntion of
the company's works here.
The incline of the Illinois Central at
East Cairo is out of order since yesterday
morning and the Osborne now transfers the
trains of that road from and to the Mobile'
and Ohio incline just below. Men were
employed yesterday all diiy putting the I.
C. incline in order. An accumulation cf
campaign the Republican cuiulidutu for
Congrens kspt a carriaga waitiug for him
over half an hour before a Baloon kept by a
regular mossback bourbon, while bu stood
inxide clinking glasses at the bar, and fur
ther the head henchman of that campaign
paid the stmo Democratic saloon-keeper
$j0 to influence votes fi r the lb-publican
candidate. Further the $50 didn't 6ecuro
a vote or do any good."
On the night of S a t u r d a y , Mr.y
31st, A. D. 16S4, (which will be just about
ten hours before the dawning of S u N D a y ,
June 1st, A. D. 1834, which Utter id the
day fixed by the Knight, Templar of Cairo
for the annual memorial services at Beech
Grove Cemetery) the Cairo Commandery ot
Kuights Templar will meet in their hail on
Eighth Street and confer the order of
Knights Templar upon Hon. Geo. W. Hill,
Democratic candidate for the State Senate,
an I upon Capt. W. S. Murphy, u promi
nent citizen and banker of Murphysboro.
Ia the Circuit Court yesterday George
Davenpott, one of the burglars who enter
ed Foster's store at Commercial Point,
pleaded guilty, and Wm. Woodward
aaolhtr of the same party, was tried, found
guilty and sentenced to one
year in tue Penitentiary. uicu
ard Elliott and Henry Beede, who
stole a lot of clothing from the painter, J.
W. Shorf, pleaded guilty and were given 3
and 2 years respectively ia the Peniten
tiary. A negro named Brown charged
with stealing a pair of pants from Mary
SimpsoD, was fined $20 and given seven
days ia the Couaty Jail. To-day the first
case will be that of P. Murphy, charged
with ''holding up" and robbing a conduc
tor on a Jlissouri railroad, while in this
city some time ago- The cast of Kate Cot
ton will be called up Thursday morning.
At the recent meeting of Southern cot
ton maaufactures at Augusta, Ga., firry
mills were represented and cipital to the
amount of f 16,000,000. The determination
of the manufacturers was that there is too
much overproduction and that a check
6hould be placed upon it. This Ls been
the trouble with cotton manufacturers in
Northern Stales, especially those who
make the coarser grales of cottons. Thf
Southern mills have the monopoly of that
business cow, an 1 the mills Lave increased
S'i rapidly that it is overdone and pr "fits
have fallen from twenty to twenty five per
cent to six, seven, and ten per cent. The
only remedies fur overproductii.n are peri
odical terms ot i Jlene5s for the miiis and
operatives, or the acquisition of foreign
markets for the goods. Of course, the lat
ter is the most profitable and healthful for
An old white maa named Eo'.in died
ia a fi&t-boit lying nir the Elevator, early
y-iteriay morning. He was a ship carpen
ter and bis home was ia New Albtny, Ind.
He Lad insisted up-m accompanying two
young mea who owned the flit boa and
who were bent on a roughing tour down
the river in search of work. Tbe young
men Lad objected on account of his old
age, expressing the fear that he would
sicken and die, but he had declined to be
influenced by their protestations. The fiat
arrived here Monday and the old man was
sick. The young men, learning that be
was a Mason, notified some member of the
order here and the lodge at once took
charge of the sick man, gave hiin medieM
at'endance and were waiting for a Cincin
nati boat to send him back home yesterday.
But they had to content themselves with
sending back only the remains, w uicti wa
After six vears suffering with rheuma
tism, Mr. Peter Mallen, 212 W. 24th St.
N. Y., says be found no relief until St. Ja
cobs Oil, the sovereign cure, was applied,
which cured him.
A MURDEROUS MOOD,
A Colored Manlao Attempts to Kill
a Patient Ovor Whom He
He Also Attacks the Hospital Physician,
Euocks Hiui Down With a Club, and
Severely Injuries Him.
In Addition to Other Depredations He Sets
Fire to the Hospital Building Shot
Dead by the Hospital Physician.
Kansas City, Mo., May 20. Darfus
Weaver, a demented colored man who
has been at the City Hospital lor several
weeks, this morning set fire to the build
ing, attacked several patients with a
knife, and w as finally shot dead by Dr. N.
D. Winfrey, hospital physician.
Weaver was a powerful man, but was
considered perfectly harmless. He was
given the freedom of the hospital, aud for
several weeks has
HAD CHARGE OK A I'ATIKNT
named John Hughes. This morning
Weaver locked Hughes iu a room, cut
his throat from ear to ear aud then set
lire to the building. An alarm was given
and an attempt was made to capture
Weaver, but he fought desperately,
wounding several guards badly. He
knocked Winfrey, the hospital physician,
down with a club and beat him savagely.
Winfrey then drew a revolver and killed
the madman just as he was making for
another victim. Hughes will probably
die, and Winfrey is badly hurt. The hos
pital was slightly damaged by tire.
HONING THE (iAU-MLET,
How the Murderers of the Peddler Ward
Little R"ck, Akk., May 20. The re
port that Henry and Sylvester Pope and
Mouroe King Kendall, who recently mur
dered the peddler Ward in Howard
County, had been lynched, was incor
rect. The prisoners were taKen to
jail in Sevier Couuty, where a mob
lorined to lynch " them. Sheriff
Bnu'gs then took them to Wash
ington, Hempstead County, where an
other effort was made to mob the heart
less murderers, and they were taken to
Arkaiieliliia. The mob still sought ven
geance, and yesterday the prisouers
were placed on a passenger train for this
place. The mob in waitiug boarded the
train au I were only kept from the prison
ers by the cocked pistols of a
strong guard. A tight seemed in
evitable, but was prevented by
the guards, assL-ted by peaceable citi
zens. The prisoners were at last safely
lodged in the cells of the Penitentiary
where they will be safe. The murder and
burning of the body of Ward is one of the
most horrible in the annals of our State,
and it is safe to say that if an opportunity
is ever offered the friends of the murdered
man, the criminals will not bo. permitted
a very lengthy trial. The mob grows
more determiued each time it is foiled.
Sin and Shame.
Mii.w.U KKK, Wis., May -JO. Dr. S. B.
HubbeH, son of the late Judge Levi
Hubbell of this city, committed suicide
t nisht In Medford, Wis., by shooting
iiie suicide is a sensational one, S.
II. heeler, Postmaster of the town, has
for a long time had a suspicion
that Dr. Hubbell was too intimate with
his wife. Yesterday Keeler found a let
ter written by his wife to Hubbell ac
knowledging their guilt. The unfaithful
w oman made a confession and her hus
band drove her from his houie and threat
ened to kill Hubbell unless he left tow n.
During the night he killed himself m his
room. The parties are all very wealthy
and prominent. Hubbell was only thirty
years of age.
sand and ailt on the trick below the cra
dle which prevented tbe cradle being run
down to suit the fall in the river, wns be
lieved to be the trouble.
A Lewiston, Ills., paper oi recent date
contains the following item about the Pres
byterian Church there, and Cairoites will
read it with interest as it tells of some good
work done by our former fellow citizen,
Rev.B. T. George: ''Thirty-four new mem
bers were admitted into tbe Presbyterian
Church, on lsst Sunday. Fourteen were
baptized and nineteen received on profes
sion of faith, who had been baptized in in
fancy, and one was received by letter."
With a graceful bow and a thank you
we reproduce the following from the Gol
conda Herald of last week : "Cairo not sat
isfied with her bare escape from ditastrous
inundation by the floods of hst year, and
wisely bearing in mind the force of the
Bddaje, "In peace prepare for war," has
get to work on her levees with a will, hav
ing many hands and teams at work, repair
ing, elevating, widening and strengthening.
We beliere in Cairo's pluck and persever
ence." The last issue of the Murphysboro
Era girea Hon. F. E. Albright's pros
pective opponent tbe following thrust:
"The Sparta Plaindealcr speaks about
cheap whisky statesmen, and perhaps we
njay explain tbe matter. During the last
Will be open for the reception of bcests
June 1st. Terms, 8.00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
the waters under date of October 3d, 1883:
Spriso No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Carbof Iron 32.C438
Chloride of Iron trace.
Sulphate of Iron trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime 10.270
Sulphate Magnesia 6.000
Sfkino No. 2. -To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron 6.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.9'JO
Chloride of Sodium 9.240
Chloride of Calcium 4.KU0
Sphixo No. 3. To each litre -(2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.220
Oxide of Aluminum 1200
Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Oas 2 800
Sulphuretcd Hydrogen Oaa 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Barscm, M. D.,
Out of Town Orders.
Nkw Yoiik, May 20. 11 a. m. Govern
ment land brokers report the market
quiet so far to-day, but out of town or
dered absorbed 1 5,000,00'i yesterday and
WKAK AM) I KVLXISII.
11 :30 r. M. The failure of W. ',. Scott
& Co. was announced In the Kx:haii"o
during the lat hour. Business yester
day appears to have fallen flat on linun
cial circles, and this morning there aro
no traces of any bad effects left by it.
The stock market opened weak with
a decided pressure to sell Louisville
& Nashville, and the llrst sale showed
a decline of 1 per cent, from last
night's closing. The rest of the list was
weak and prices declined the llr-t tlfteeu
minutes 1-8 to 1 per cent, from tliis un
til the first call there was more support
and a fractional recovery ensued. Since
then the market has been feverish and
weak, and at the time of writing prices
are 1-4 to 1 7-1 lower, the lattti
Shore. Coal shares are also weak.
firm, hfs only fault being a fondness for
whisky. Last Wednesday he was
taken to the Washingtoiilan Home
for treatment, and thu substitute who
took his place r orted to the firm a
claimed shortage In Barton's accounts,
liarton was at once brought from the
asylum, and an examination of the Pooks
made, but whether he Is guilty as charp d
he could not say. The theory of his em
ployers Is that he made collections, put
the money in his pocket, and made no
entry on the books. He is a married man,
and lives at the corner of l'orty-llfth and
A Cowardly Assassination.
ISai.timokk, Mu., May 20. Pull par
ticulars of a dastardly murder In Vir
ginia are just received. Tangier Island
has two young physicians, James Pitts
and Thomas Walter. They are well con
nected and have just married and set
tled there. Walter was so successful
that he monopolized ail the practice and
l'itts determined to kill him. Yester
day afternoon he invited Waiter into his
oil'ice ostensibly for a consultation, when
suddenly, when ttie visitor's back
was turned, l'itts drctv a revolver aud shot
him iu the back. The wounded mau tried
to jump from the window, but was pulled
back by the assas.-in and shot dead.
Walter'had no weapon.
The citizens subsequently attempted to
lynch Pitts, but the Sheriff's pose, after
a tight, took tim away to the Couuty Jail,
where he is now strongly guarded
MJo-Ol'HI Pit ! AiMCIAl'IOX.
In Convention at Spring-fleld-a Larere
Si'iiiNtinKi i', M., May 20. The Mis
souri Press Association conveued In annu
al convention at Mauslield's upcra-bouse
in this city, at ten o'clock sharp this fore
noon, with nearly 'M0 members in attend
ance. The meeting was called to order
by the President of the Association, Mr.
It. B. Speed, of the Nevada Mitl. Prayer
was then offered by Jit-v. Wm. Paige
Case, of the Kpiseopal Church.
The Hon. Ba'.ph Wa.ker, Mayor of
Sprmgriel i, then delivered an address
of welcome and extended the freedom
uf the city to the members ot the associa
tion, and w is lesponded to by Mr. li. B.
Speed. The roil tall was next in order
and disclosed the fact th.it nearly every
member of the ass. ciation was present.
The meeting then adjourned to one
o'clock. Many of the best newspaper
men of the State ate ill attendance. A
general good feeling prevails, and all will
insist in combining pleasure with busi
ness. The programme this afternoon
will be as follows: Annual address
by J. lid. Jones of the Platts
burg llnust- r-I.'-rT. Beading by Mis
Minnie I., liu-sell, the same to be
fo. lowed by a report of the Committee on
Credeiilia.s, election of new members
and miscellaneous business. At live
o'clock the various military and civic or
ganizations of the city wi.l form in pro
cession and parade the principal streets.
A banquet takes place to-night at the
Armory, followed by a grand bail. The
weather is Hue, slightly cloudy, but cool.
Many politicians from abroad are in the
citv.'among them being General John S.
Ma'rmaduke, of St. Louis, Col
onel Jake Chihis and Alex
ander Lesseur, of Independence,
and Arch M. Sevier, of Neosho. About
100 members will take iu the Florida ex
cursion, aud about tifty will goto Eureka
Springs, while others will tase in differ
ent attractions in other parts of the coun
try. A committee has arrived here from
Eureka Springs, the same headed by Hon.
Powell Clayton, duiy provided with pa-is-es
and resolutions of Invitations for the
purpose of inviting the newspaper men to
Medical science teaches that rheumatism
or neuralgia, to be successfully met, must
be met on its own ground, which is the
blood. A remedy that purges the life cur
rent of those foul impurities that are the
source of so much torture to tho frame, is
one that may rationally be supposed to
filful the requirements of an efficient spe
cific. Herein is tho nower of Atlilimlu.r,,,.
It cleans out the poison from the system,
and with the blood restored to purify,
health relurns to the (dimmed ioints and
strength to the tortured muacles.
FlkOM WASJ i I X li TO X .
Washington-, 1). C, May 20. The
Secretary of the Interior h is disbarred
from practice before the Interior Depart
ment and bureaus, llohnd II. Thorn, of
Lexington. Ttnn , aiel Wilium II. Mat
thews, of Cincinnati.
Do You Asrree With Us?
It U about high time tho style of business of hood
winking the public with the gilts of Watches and Clmiiu,
rioi'ks.Yiomos, Halls, luf$. iVc, is stopped, and the people
Given Villi Value Z Money!
Without merit no business can prosper. We give the best
of (ioods at the lowest possible price, (iood Goods sell
themselves, and require no humbugging to convince the
public of its truthfulness. You can not get something for
nothing, and all these gifts (?) cost somebody something.
WK HKLLK.VK in an HONKS f T.lISINKSS, HONESTLY ('OS
DU0TKI). You can rest assured that you will get a hun
dred cents on the dollar for every dollar you spend with us
-and .u dlFTS.
Wo will NOT bo UXDEKS0LD.
Q AH JUT
The "Pnlnco" Clothier.
cm LYii a i
Commencing MAY l'Jth and for this week uilv.
I'uo pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
oil pes Ginghams lUc ; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2. 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes India Linuns, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20e.
50 pes Clicked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy ateens. 25c; worth .5c.
25 pes Pongue vilks. fancy patterns, :7c: worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and (iOc: worth 75 and
100 Satin Parasols lined, at $2 00; worth $:M)0.
1U0 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant limeade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Hands -me line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
liAKUAlXS lor EVERYBODY this week, at
.i. lVl'i G KITS?.
STOVKS, -:- KAN6ES, -:- TIN.
Japanned ISerlin and Aate "Ware,
P.iid Cages, Path Tubs Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. fiasoline and Gas -toves, Detroit
Sufi Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking ( ultiVittors,
4 oi it Sliellei s, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Cn 0 OO Eighth Street,
AT an 0 OO Eighth stree
J0S. U k oo, oAiiio.
Sl'UTDEIJ WITH VOIRON.
Frightful Discovery by a Chambermaid
in a st. mollis Hotel.
c .. t xr.. nr.... ...
oi. im in, .nay j, Hen a
cnamoeruiaiu kuockcu at tbe door ot
room No. 68 in Hurst's Kuropean Hotel
at noon to-day, there was no responsive
"come in," and the knocking was repeat
eo ami continued ior some time. The kev
was in the door, and the chambermaid
becoming alarmed informed the proprie
tor, Mr. Hurst, that there was some
thing wrong infide. lireaklng the door
in he entered and found the dead body of
a young woman, lying on Its right side
the face frightfully swollen and distorted!
It needed not the biack bottle which
Ptood by the bedside to tell him that her
death had been caused by poisoning.
A long letter written on tissue paper
was found on a table by the bed, und a
postal card with the following:
"io to HS.i Webster avenue. They
will tell you who I am and give this mou
cy to them for my shroud."
No namo was discovered. Tbe body
was that of a woman of about twenty-two
years oi age.
A Suspected Shortage.
CiiK'AUO, Iix., May 20. The charge is
made by Sleek & Shearer, coinmlsaioQ
merchants In the town of Lake, that Ar
thur liarton, their book-keeper, Is a de
faulter to tho amount of $3,000. Barton
has been In tho Drill's employ for Qvcf
yearsj an4 hjis always been trusted to tho
Washing i on, D. C, May 0. Senator
Van Wycks offered a resolution direct
ing the Committee on Public Lands to in
quire into the charges against the New
Orleans, ISatoii Kouge & icK-ourg k ,h-
road. Sent to that committee.
Senator SlaUr offered a resolution,
which went over.requestingthe President
to inform the Sei.ato by what authority
Commissioners have been appointed for
examining the. report upon that .section of
the Northern l'aciilc complete d subse
quent to ttie time the road was required
to be completed under the acts of Congress.
The bill exieii'inig me nine ior laying
the Atlantic cable to August s, li, was
On motion of Mr. Palmer, the bill pro
viding for the i rection of a public building
at Detroit, Micliig in, was taken up and
Mr. Ellis (of Louisiana;, from trie Com-,
rnittee on Appropriation-., asked leave to'
report a joint resolution appropriating
8100,000 for the relief of the llood suffer
er;! of the Mississippi Itiver.
Mr. Connolly (of Pennsylvania) object
ed and the resolution was placed on the
Mr. Hewitt (of New York; rose to a
personal explanation. He said that on
Saturday there appeared a letter purport
ing to have been written by Henry Oliver
to"Mr. Morrison, Chairman of the Ways
and Means Committee, criticising me
bills Introduced by Mr. Hewitt, and yes
terday another letter appeared, signed by
Mr. Hewitt, addressed to Oliver.
This letter was a fabrication and he
was wholly ignorant of its authorship un
til he opened his mail this inornlug and
found a letter from tue euitor of mo
Petersburg (llohr., who said he would,
publish itas a burlesque on Oliver's letter'
to Morrison. .
Mr. O'Nell (of Pa.) attempted to de
fend Oliver, but was drowned out by dc-1
niands for the regular order. The com-,
uilttccs were then called for reports and
considerable number were made aud
placed on the calendar.
The Senate amendments to the Indian
appropriation hills were non-concurred
In, and Messrs. Kills, lloluian and Hyau
were appointed couferees on the part of
Tne Senate amendments to the shipping
bill were non-concurred in, and Mr. Coin
verse, In accordance with previous
notice, called up tnc conie. tca election
cose of English vs. Peellee, from tint
toventh Indiana District. Tt.e report o
the majority recommending that the con
leeti!)t J'C seated was re .id.
CLARK & LOVKTT,
Paints, - Oils, - Tarnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
Telephone No 103
Silver-Plated : Ware
of every description.
Saturday Evening, illqv Vitll
Eight o'clock. '"V
At Tal)r Uro'a old ctund, 13 Commercial Av.
tUf-Thene Kooil" wi I he o!i p .lively without
wive. THUS. WINlEli, Amlon cr.
W. ST RATION, Cairo.
T. UIK1). Missouri
STliATTOX & BlltD,
No. 57 Ohio Lcvec, Cairo, I'l.
tyAnt American Powder Co.
Clarlvson & Bowers,
136 138 Cojn'l Ave.
have received a full and Ciaiplete line
ol new Kll aud Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Ncions, Etc.
A heavy Mock of Body Bn,eele, Taper
tnea aud Ineraln
No. MO Mtu St., Cairo, 111.
(jrOood Siock and I'rlcei ltoueon ablest
A full stock of Oil Clotht, all .bsea aud prices
Clothing & Gents' Funish'g Goods
A full and Loraplctp stuck I now being
closed out at great bnritanu
ja. n. smith.
(OBSnT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.