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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1884.
Kilc- Id tbi rolnmniorwi linn or let ii
ouelttiorlioB or $1W I'tf
tAM'fcI) One stave culler and two duck alavo
f Illlutf'S ,,ul rjiTnrmru nil u ui'U
. 11 ui'V'T
.Moiimce, Sojth tide Fourth St.
F .,.Vra ner'ar Marion Arenne. Apidv so.u,
i Aenne. Apmvsoo
WM. It. U11.11KHT.
TIMNTKD AGENTS To solicit orders for the
1 V.li Tado. K.t tnrma aidruns with t.-fs.
S. C. FALMKK, Mooinlnjton, 111.
H'ASTED EXPKRIESCSD SALESMEN To
H put in fume capliai and ran a can; of men In
the 4i u "Iru mil paructiars oi wuai you cau
ind will doand your term.
6. C. 1'ALMEU, Bloc
1VASTKD LOCAL AGESTS-To tell and driver
i "on onimin'ion. A iond chance f ir a capable,
ner-:lc aLJ trustworthy man.
S. C. I'ALMEK, Bioomlnfiton, 111.
TOtK ttJLDEKS MEETIJiG.
Xh-e hi' a st.K K-lioiaeri tno:ung or tae
lll'nole Iron and dial Company at thu'.r oSce in
Cairo on t Lt- n dav of Mar, at n a. m., for the
..,., nfflffi.tii Line director and the transac
ting ofacti oihor bujin.-K a mnr nroodrly come
Wore the me-tlnc C. OiOUKKKY. Pres.
W. B. tun. 'I -v aet y.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPEK 0? ALEXANDER CuUSTT
ENTERED AT TUB CAIKO l'GSTOFFICK FOE
IKA.N:-MUiIO.N TUK"l'GH TUE MA1US AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
AJliti tiiil l itu'.s ou lliirJ page.
Mr. CLvU'S i!. Surt Lit j-ibtcrJay
dfternon t'r I'liiMg') to pur;!. use tune
Ice, n 1 kiu.l.iri.', at City Brtw
cry, Jcub Kk"?. tf
The OdJ YA.ows will a'. I gmpthe
St. Lows aad Ciio ioi to Jay, to picnic
at CLcr kce Sir;.n-$, ne.u IW.s l'rk.
Only f.mr uore iy if tli grest clos
ing g.ile. HAYruop.siSi.oo. 21 St
Mrs. J'.tm Ta'ner ra'-i e V'n frr.n St.
Louis yts!en,i t.ul w i.l iciu-iiti a wn-k or
tea dis on i vMt . t 'l.i: r-A Icnco of CL'tf
Bob S'.c-',v..r'., iti'.r.'. trbj tic LlicoU
Central ral, nul JLt Mry B.-;.t.s, tre
luarriLil jts'tiJ cv r. inr M if.; Lews cf
We LaT2 ru: ca a- er.r force cf
clerks an i &U will W -ilul ;r:-;t'.y
at the gre-t cl . sir 5 is.':-.
21 3t HAYTnois i Sij.o.
The Urg f..stu!a ta th U-t c:-'j."t
yard cl TLe Hillidiy ii ii c;::!:;.
A emsller cie Lu Us fi: :p ii tii
smaller y&ri facing sosi 5rrt.
are of brotz-; al tn a::nc';e
to the premlwi.
S'.citaa Lii m;i aadiet.ee tt tie
Opera II:ce hst niLt, but a greatly
plea-el or,e. The p.rfrmnce is one of the
most enfertiii.icj that Las leD given there
and tujl.t to drw crow 'ed hiuei to
tigit a-d tomorrow tiuht.
Cipt. Slii-M' rcBid'-nce is miking rap
id prirr5s toward completi'in unier Ids
per-onal supervision. The skel-.ton frame
work ia up, a'd but the rafters. The cut
lities thus 'iy.-n premise one of the moBt at
tractive and cf.nvtiiieiit Louies in the ci y.
Wu wrote "genihl cori u'.tncy'' and
cruel fh'e nude it "gemral cirpulency.1'
We apologize for whit we did not do lut
what fate uiide it appear we had dune.
We do tu;B in mortal fear of being ''.-at
down onto" and compressed into a state of
It is the opinion of that distinguished
Republican), Emory A. Storrs, that, "if
Samuel J. Tilden is nominated by the
Democrats he will come very near beini(
elected." Democrats would be very unrea-
eonable to ask any more than this from a
t:.o ,nnn tr,AfP in il.f. 1,1, ,( v i.f brirlr
houses below Sixth Struct on Ohio LYee.
is being rapidly closed up by the masons
cngaired in rearing the walla of Mr. A. T,
DeBaUD's and Peter NcATs honsn, and the
structures will Boon stand there completed
and will be teeming with bu-;iaes3.
After a!l, Pwandall has not the unani
mous support of the Democracy even of the
city of Philadelphia, for the Young Men's
Dcm'ctatic club of that ci'y, by a small
majority, coudemncd Mr. Randall and his
forty followers t"r voting v ki'.l the DeniO'
cratic bill to re luce the war It
thug shown that the Pennsylvania Dutno
. i - r... ...
crats are oy uo u.eau, ,... .or ..auun,
Messrs. C. . WoouwaM aua J. A.
Goldstine, who were ft committee ot &r
raoKtmenti sent by the Oil Fcllovs to
fM,pr,-,V..B Sr.i-inrra out.r,lv tn nri-rtirn for
..,..,., .w r.
the picnic of the Order there to day rc ported
as loiiowing: We na4 tlie trounj loruua
Fellows picuic in splendid condition and
arranBen.ent romn!..ii.,l to arrommodate
very ,ar,e number of people. Tell the peo-
, v .... x ...my morning.
H Vienna T,...r. . LW..MI -1.1 l.-A I
iiik.-c. uu iiuii our uui urn
that if Tilden is the Democratic r.ominre,
the star eyed goddess of reform free tra-
ders will be muelthed at their National
Convention. Uucle Sammy will see to it
that them is no monkeying with the tariff
buzz saw." The platform of '70 upon
which Mr. Tilden was elected and which
he has recommended for readoption by the
Democrats this year, declared unequivocal
ly or ,la tariff for revenue only."
Mr. Henry Wutterson, whose closo per
eonal relations with Mr. Tilden lend inter
est to whatever may be said on the subject
of the old ticket, expresses the belief that
Mr. Tilden will be nominated at Chicsgo
CClffitlon, if ho doel not forbid it. He,
however, deprecates leaving tho matter to
be settled by a formal tenden of tho nomi
nation after the convention inlets. IIo ad
vines that each state formally pass on the
subject iu Stato Couvcutian, so that Mr.
Tilden's decision may be made known be
fore the assembling of tho National Conven
tion. A. clearing silo is in progress at Mrs.
S. E. Williamson's, of Children's School
and Sun Hats, and a great reduction of
prices is mad a in all tho shapes and styles.
She is determined to clear out her stock by
the first ot June, at which time she intends
moving into the building no occupied by
S. II. Taber. Any one desiring anything
ia line of Millinery or Notions will do well
to call at once and examine stock and
prices, as 6he means business. 3t
A negro fiend who bursts into the pri
vate apartment of an aged woman at mid
night and with brutal force overpowers the
decriped old creature and robs her of what
little money she has concealed upon her
person, is sent by a jury of his peers (his
peers, indeed) to the Penitentiary for one
year. Another negro who steals a cow is
sent for four years. In one respect, and
only one, some juries are like Providence
their ways are past the comprehension of
men of average intelligence.
Claibourn Anthony was sentenced to
four years in the Penitentiary, in the Cir
cuit Court yesterday morning, for having
stolen a cow from a Pulaski negro and sold
her to Mr. James Greaney in this city. The
case of Kate Cotton, for murder, w as then
taken up and occupied the court all day.
The jury was obtained early in the after
noon and one witness, Mrs. Thompson, wife
of Jerry Thompson the murdered man, had
bet-n eximined when court adjourned to
meet again to-day. Mr. W. C. Mulkey is
defending the prisoner and Hon. D. T.
Linegar and Mr. Geo. Ilendricks are prose
A wagon load of fish was brought ovir
from the Missouri bottoms by a negro
Wednesday. They had been caught in a
slough that had nearly run dry by reason
of the Tall in the river. But this is noth'ng
compared to what tbey do in sotre other
places in the way of fishing, as the follow
ing item from the Milford (Del.,) Chronicle
of recent date, will show: "One huudred
biihe's of bright shimering fish hauled up
tii beach, at a drawing in cne seine, is
a sight worth seeing. This num
fcttr ii tw'hels offish were landed oa Tues
i 17 Lut at Bowers Beach, by Mr. Calloway.
I: jviry rare to have so many fish taken
v: iaul this early in the season."
Circulars have been issued by the Wa
bash Puilroad Company to the employes
here, notifying them that hereafter 50c. per
month will be deducted from the salaries of
all receiving foO per month and over, and
35c. from those of all receiving less than
f 50 per month; and the money so retained
will be used to maintain a hospital for the
employes of the road here, w ho may at any
time need hospital service. The company
maintains its own hospitals at various
points along its lines and no doubt finds it
profitable to do so. Where the Cairo hospital
will be located, or what mioner of structure
it will be, or whether it will be an adjunct
of some ene of the other hospitals in
the city, are matters that have not been
made known here.
As a tax-payer and citizen I protest
aguinst the economy that would again put
Cairo in darkness.
I believe that gas lights and good streets
and levees are blessings wh'ch we cannot
afford to do without.
Yet, if the lights should be limited, let
me suggest in the name of justice and
cominoa sense, that the gas light at the
colored church on l?th Street be the first to
It is of no benefit to any street in town,
and is kept up at the expense of the white
Pe(JP'e to accommodate the colored folks
Why Bhould this one church have such
favoritism shown it? In what respect are
its members more worthy than those of al
other societies in the city? Truly,
Will be open for the reception of scests
June 1st. Terms, f 8.00 per week
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Titfihvilli. iiivca tlm fnllowinrr analvHiH (if
I ' o
the mMn un(Jer date of 0ctobcr g , 1683
hi-mso No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
-aru 01 lr0D J4.,4oy
ri.l-rf.li. f Trnn ,
BulphaU of Iron!!!;!'.'.;!'.'.;!!!', trace
Chloride of Sodium 41U
a oulphate Alumina un
V ' I ' " . ' ' " " ! ! " " ! ' " n 0
Spn.vn X.V 2.-T.I nar.h Iitrfif2.11 nta.'
Sulphate of Iron 11.280
Carbonate of Iron 0.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.UD0
Chloride of Sodium 0.210
Chloride of Calcium 4.0'JO
Si-niNO No. 3. To each litre (2.1 1 pts.;
Oxide of Iron 3.220
Oxide of Aluminum l 200
- Sulphhate of Magnesia 4.800
711 i Ou! Z
Alkalies 1 aoi
by (Sinned) J. P. Baiintm M n
J Analytical Chemist.
Mysterious Disappoaranco of Au
Estimable and Much Loved
Missing Since Last Friday Night
and Still No Olue to Her
No Known Incentive for Either Elope
ment, Abduction or Suicide Help
to Find Her.
Cincinnati, O., May 22. Tho disap
pearance of Arabella Buzzard threatens
to become as mysterious and creute as
much excitemeut as did that of Mary
Churc.'iill, of St. Louis. If the search for
the missing lady, which is uow being rig
orously pushed, results as happily, her
relatives and friends w ill consider them
selves very fortunate. There are certain
reasons which render this case even more
startling than the Churchill disappear
ance. The St. Louis girl was young and
handsome, and there might have been
reasons to suppose that she had eloped
or been abducted.
In Miss Hizzard's case the circum
stances are entirely different. She was a
maiden lady, aged thirty-three years. She
had been an Invalid for a long period, and
was not attractive In form or feature, and
waa so wasted from sickness that she did
not weigh over ninety pounds. She was
therefore a fragile creature, and all ideas
of a liaison or an elopemeut must neces
sarily be absurd iu her case. She resided
flith her uncle, Colonel John LI. Mixer,
ou the Mount Hope road, and, of an un
usually sweet disposition, was beloved by
the entire family. She was withal a de
She w as last seen on Friday morning,
when she left the house to goto the office
of Dr. Taylor, a dentist, on Elm street.
She called there at ten o'clock, but as Dr.
Taylor had a patient in the chair he could
not attend to her want at the time. She
said she would not call again that day.
This w as about 10:30 a. m. Half an hour
later she called at the banking house of
S. S. Davis, on Third street, and checked
out the sum of s0. After this she seems
to have disappeared as effectively as If
she had been swallowed up in a mael
strom. There is absolutely no evidence
that she was seen by anyone after leav
ing the bank. Dr. Taylor states that her
manner Friday was changed. She did
not seem as sociable and chatty as usual,
but addressed hun in an abstracted, list-le.-s
way. The teller at the Davis' Bank,
who knew her well, noticed the same dif
ference from her usuai style.
The only clew, If clew it can be called,
so far received is a letter addressed to
Colonel Mixer. It is written on a Cin
cinnati Southern Kailroad letter-head
from a station In Kentucky. It states
that the writer, while In Cincinnati Fri
day afternoon, saw a woman in the Un
ion Depot who answered the description
given of Miss liazzard exactly. She
boarded an outgoing Southern lioad tram
with a conductor. He was not certain
wbat this conductor's name was, but
pave the name and address of two who
reside In Newport. One of them was the
one w hom she was with. Friends were
busy ail day yesterday looking for the
conductors in question. They were
found, but neither of them remem
bered having seen a woman answering
The efforts being made to gain some
knowledge of the missing lady's where-
boiits are prodigious, unstinted use ot
the telegraph is being made. The I'ost
otliee authorities everywhere are notified
to be on the lookout for any mail that
may be addressed to her. All station
agents and passenger agents on roads
leading to Cincinnati, conductors, offi
cials, and the passengers on the train In
which she was saiu to nave kit, nave
been uotined. At tlrst lt was thought
she miuht have left for the home of an
ancle in irginla, but a telegram from
him received yesterday stated that noth
ing had been seen or ueard oi Her up to
that hour. By this time every steamboat
captain whose boat left the city since
Friday has a lull description oi ner.
Mi its liazzard was a iaav oi beautiful
character. Fain and sickness may have
robbed her of physical charms, but her
sweetness of disposition and the nobility
of her raind endeared her to all wtio
knew her well. Because of her piety her
friends are inclined to scout the Idea of
suicide, and have begun to think that she
wandered away in a lit of mental de
rangement. They had also noticed
that previous to her disappearance she
seemed to be melancholy uud disheart
ened. The most puzzling part of the
w hole affair Is why she should draw from
the bank the What would she want
with this if she was not. going away? She
took no extra clothing or baggage with
her, but carried a small haud-sachel
sueh as ladies usually carry when
out shopping. From this she re
moved her monogram before
leaving home. When she left on Friday
she wore a red flannel combination suit
of underwear laced kid shoes, unbleached
hose, camels' hair black polouubc, ruf
fled siik dres skirt, black straw hat
trimmed with velvet and feathers, small
gold ball drop ear-rings, with bn.ast-pln
to match and plain gold ring. Her baud-kerchi.-fs
were all marked with her name
In lull, "Arabella Hazzard." All good
people hi the country are re'juested by
tin? family to assist In Ilndlng the woman.
Colonel .Mixer offers a liberal reward lor
any Information of her whereabouts. Any
one who liar, seen her or has any knowl
edge ol her movements will confer a great
favor by addressing Colonel John II.
Mixer, Mount Hope road, near Price
The Methodist General Conforence.
PiiiiaiiKi.riiiA, Fa., May 'it. Bishop
Morrill presided and Dr. J. S. Cummlugs,
of Central Illinois, led tho devotions.
There w as a large attendance. The Com
mittee on State of the Church recom
mended the following:
L'l'tiohid, That this conference declares
lt to be the policy of the Methodist Epis
copal Church that no members of society
w Ithln the church shall be excluded from
public In any and every edillce of the de
nomination, and no student shall be ex
cluded from Instruction In any and every
school under the supervision ol the
church because ol race, color or previous
condition of servitude.
The committee ou expenses of delegates
g-ked Instructions as to how they were to
settle with delegates. Dr. Curry moved
that they be instructed to pay
the whole amount of expenses of each
delegate, the Bonk Concern to supply
any deficiency. After some opposition
by Dr. Milts aud Solomon Farson of
Newark the 'amendment was adopted.
Marshal W. Taylor was aiii.oiinced
tlected editor of the .VoMAirocni Chris
tian A'lfuciitc. William Nasi was elected
editor of the Christian .tof.
The Coming Itosa-Courtuey Race.
Bhooki.yn, N. Y., May 22. Prepara
tions for the 82,500 Boss-Courtney race,
at Oak Point course, Loug Island Sound,
are being pushed rapidly. Three courses
have been surveyed, all of which are so
laid out that a view of contestants iu a
race upon either of the courses is afford
ed every spectator from the start to llulsh.
The grounds, consisting of seventy
acres, iu front of which these
courses are laid out, were formerly the
property of a millionaire. People that
have visited them since Messrs. Bilking
ton & Nagle took possession say that they
are laid out in lawns, drives, hot-houses,
etc., w ith plenty of shade-trees, and alto
gether the point Is one of the most de
lightful summer resorts In the country.
For the occasion of the Boss-Courtney
race, May oOth, the most extrusive prep
arations are being made, and the man
aneiueut expect upon that day the num
ber of the guests they will
have to provide entertainment will
reach a gigantic llgure, some
thing like seventy-live thousand. As an
inducement for Boston and New England
sportiug men, and In order that they may
be preseut ou tho occasion of the race,
the luauagetneut are making arrange
ments with the New York & New Eng
land Kailroad to carry passeugers, to ( ak
Foiut (Jrove and return Decoration Day
at a greatly reduced rate. Boss is already
iu trainlug there, and to a gentleman who
on Tuesday last visited him at that place
he remarked that he never felt better
In his life, and had the fullest
contldence that he would outrow the
Cayuga carpenter kom the word "go."
Courtney took a trip from Ithaca over to
Troy the other day, and ou his way he
was met by a gentleman who plied him
w ith questions as to w hat he thought
of his race with Boss. Courtney was
quite reticent, but intimated that he was
in good tlx, and if Boss defeated him,
which in his opinion was doubtful, Boss
would row harder than he ever did be
fore; harder thau he did wueu lie held
Hanlau for a mile ou the Keuuebecasis.
"Skipped by the Lisrht cf the Moon."
YiNCKNNES, Ind., May 22. Later in
formation has beeu received here this
morning about the absconding of Joseph
Mills from Bobiuson, 111. Besides about
83,000 in money, collected as Justice of
the Feace, he has fleeced several insur
ance companies, for which he was agent,
out of considerable sums; also the K. of
B. Lodge. Mills has been going down
for a year or two, spreeing and lavishly
siending money Much excitement ex
ists la the town.
Balloting for a Successor to Bishop
Omaha, Neb., May 22. The Council of
the Frotestant Episcopal Diocese of Ne
braska took an informal ballot for the
successor of the late Bishop Clarkson.
The vote stood : Bev. Dr. Worthlugton,
of Detroit, 7: Bev. K. S. Thomas, ol st.
Paul, 5 j Bishop Walker, of the Northern
Dakota Missionary Jurisdiction, I ; licv
Dr. Morrison, of Ogdensburg, N. Y., 1.
A Fearful Outrage
Bhooklyx, N. Y., May 22. A general
alarm was sent out from headquarters
this morning notifying the police to look
for a negro named Abraham Douglas. He
was engaged to move some furniture from
the residence of .Mrs. Fauliiie Miller, No.
40 Stansom Place. Mrs. Miller wasalone
in the house and says Douglas seized and
outraged ber, holding his hand over her
mouth to prevent an outcry.
t OUT V-KIGHTII COXli It ESS.
Washington, D. C, May 22. The
Senate by a vote of yeas twenty-two, nays
twenty-nine, refused to consider the bill
prohibiting the mailing of newspapers
containing lottery advertisements, and
it goes to the foot of the calendar.
On motion of Mr. Dibrell (of Term.)
the Agricultural appropriation bill, with
the Senate amendment, was referred to
the Committee on Agriculture.
The Speaker laid before the House a
letter from the Secretary of the Navy
recommending the building of a war ves
sel according to the plans of Captain
Erlckson. Referred to the Naval Com
mittee. The House then proceeded to vote on
the motion to lay on the table a motion
made by Mr. Springer to reconsider the
vote declaring Mr. Peellc, of Indiana,
entitled to the seat now held iu the House,
and resulted, yeas, 132; nays, 132; so tho
motion was lost.
Thirty-one delegates voted in affirma
tive. A vote was then taken ou .Mr.
Springer's motion to reconsider the origi
nal resolution. On the question of recon
sideration Mr. Wellcr (of Iowa; who had
voted to table the motion offered by Mr.
Springer, refrained from voting and Mr.
Fattou (of l'enn.) ami Mr. Warner (of
Ohio) who had not voted on the former
vote voted aye. The result was, yeas,
133; nays, 130, so the vote was reconsid
ered. Mr. Brown (of Indiana; moved to
recommit the resolution with instructions
to have a re-count of the votes cut at
the election. Lost, yeas, 121 ; nays, DH,
several Democrats changing their votes
on this call.
Mr. Howe (ol Michigan) rose to a ques
tion oi order and called attention to the
rule preventing ex-members ol Congress
the privilege of the floor unless they signed
a paper declaring they were not interest
ed In .any pending measure. He
bad been Informed by a Demo
cratic member that W. II. English,
father of the contestant, had been on the
floor lor several days urging members
to vote lor his son. II such course were
pursued it ought not to be noticed by tho
Messrs. Randall, Blount (ol Ga.)j
Springer, Cox (ol N. Y.), defended, Mr.
English. A vote was then taken on
the minority rulo adopted yesterday
and the vote reconsidered this morn
ing, aud the resolution was rejected,
yeas, 128; nays, 120. A vote was next
taken ou tho majority resolution de
claring English entitled to the seat,
and It was adopted, yeas, 130; nays,
W. Mr. English was then escorted to
the desk by Mr. Couvc-sc and the oath
of office was administered by the Sneaker.
Do You Agree With Us?
It is about hiirli time tlio stylo of business of hood
winking the public with the gifts ol Watches and Chains-,
Clocks, Ci'omos, Halls, Rats, Ac, is stopped, and the people
Given Full Value Z Money !
Witliniit inm-It tin Imviiina pan nviWii' Wa criva ihi l.Awt
" 111V, A. 4 1 All UU JIUCO.J Villi ,lVi'ii i V tellV 111V V U
of Goods at the lowest possible price. Good Goods sell
ii . 1 1 1 1 . .. A.. ,1 .
inemseives, anu require no nuinuuini; 10 convince me
public of its truthfulness. You can not get something for
nothinir, and all these guts (V) cost somebody something.
WE RELIEVE in an HONEST RUSIXESS. HONESTLY CON
DUCTED. You can rest assured that you will get a hun
dred cents on the dollar for
-and AO Gil IS.
We will NOT be UNDERSOLD.
A A I ITLM
uxl MU I
Commencing: MAY llltli and for this week guIv.
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
50 pes Ginghams. 10c ; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-l 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2. 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 1, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy v'ate-ns. 25c.; worth .'5c.
25 pes Pungue Mlks. fancy patterns, 37c: worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and 0c; worth 75 and HOc.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $200; worth ..00.
100 Satin Parasols, line i and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
woi th $0.00.
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVEIIYIWDY this week, at
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, BADGES, -:- TIM,
Japanned ISei-liii and Ajgato "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers k Jce Cream Freezers.
Afrent lor Adams & Wc.-tlnke Oil. fiasolinp and (in vtovos, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled. Flows, Walking Cultivators,
( oi n Shelters, Plantti-.s, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &. 33,
ISTO. 35 I
EIGHTH ST. j
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Silver-Plated -: "Ware
of every description.
Saturday Evening, Ot-fl,
Eight oWk.() itH.
At Tafoer Bro' ol! ntar.il, 1-H Commercial Av.
rThi-f gondii wl 1 he nl! r',ltivply with, lit
rcnuivij. Til OS. WTNTEII, Autlon cr.
I. O. O. 17.
Tho Cairo Eucam;imH;t 1)1 u'vo a Picota
FK1I3A.Y, MAY 23
Train will leave Union Depot ot 10 a- m. Faro
round trip r.Oc.. chlMreu 5 1 1 U hall fare . A Miring
Rand will he on hand. All OJU Fellows and their
famlili' arc cordially Invited.
Dy order ol tho Kucumutnent.
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 Hth Ht., Cuiro, 111.
E&Good Stock and Prices Hoaonablu.J
every dollar you spend with us
The '"'1 siliic-'" Clothiop.
CIAEK & LOVETT,
Telephone No 103
136 &138 Cora'l Ave.
have received a full and complete line
oi new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Notions, Etc.
A heavy (itock of Body Brussels Taper
tnea and Inuraln
A full Block of Oil Clotho, all ilzes and prices
Mug & Gents' Furnish'g Goorfs
A full and complete stock is now being
cloned out at great bargains.
(iootlH nt Bottom rriol
Al. R. SMITH.
SUBMIT A. aMITU.
Grand Central Store.