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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDY MORNING, MAY 28, I8S4.
Nntlfc to llilx column in roe line or less jicunti
inn' I n union or iiw per mi
ANTIC I)-"0 Have cutler and two flack alnvu
lu iitlt-m ."" ' i'Xwrii'iiri' men ucv
.itlliiL-llliU' i iltllL Ull'L' Hit
CHICKASAW CJUI'KKAUti CO.
unit I1EST-M' cottaio, South nldo Fourth St
1 inrio;Uur Washington Avi'iiuo. Apnlvsonu
Wl, II. UU.HKKT.
lr A NTH I) AGKNTS To solicit ordi'rs for the
M t all Trado. r.r u-rms nidron with r.Ts.
S. C. I'ALMKK.lllootnlngtou, III.
1 nut In noino run
put in omo capital and run a rang or men in
the Hi! tl. Olve full particulars of what you can
find will do and your turmx
S. C. I'ALMEIt, BloommjiLon, 111.
WANTED LOCAL AGKNTS-To soil and deliver
' on cjnimli"ion. A Kod chance for capable,
cner-(juc ana iriimworinv man.
8. C. 1'ALMEK, Bloomlngton, 111
'TOl K-UOLDEKS JIEETIM).
The'e will bo Stork-holders mojt!i2 of tho
lii'nule iron auatnai company at uuir o:nce in
Cairo on the -.".th duyof May, at i a. m., for the
purp-wof elect.Bij ulne director and the transac
tlnn ofeuoh other buslm-ns a may properly com
Uforethemeelinc. v. u. uuurKhX, l'ren.
V. 11. COKMAX, Sec'y. 419-tf
The Daily Bulletin.
Ol'lk'IAL l'.U'EH OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
tMKHKD AT TUB CAIKO I'OSTOFFICK FOH
TKAN!M!SSIOS THROUGH TUE MAILS AT
fKCOSD CLAS9 HATES.
(fEXKRAL LOCAL ITEMS
A J .lit ion al locals on third pa;,'e.
Mr. Tim Giriuan left on the Illinois
Central train yesterday for St. Paul,
Minn., on business.
Just received 500 boxes fancy Oranges
nnd Lemon?, 73 tubs Fancy El'iti Creamery
Butter. G. II. Jackson & Co. It
The ladies of tho German Lutheran
Church will give a strawberry sjciable to
morrow night. See notion in special locals.
liri Elgin Creamery Butter 91b. pack
ages 23 cents per poun i. G. II. J.ukson &
Asocial party was given last uiht at
Mound City, at which all the fashion and
beauty of that bur was present. Cairo
Eeut a laro and very hauds.mij delegation
of young folks.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf .
--S) far as we could learn last night the
basket sociable of the young ladies of tho
Episcopal Church at the residence ot Mr.
II. II. Candec, w:ia one of the most novel
and brilliant parlor aura ;e:nonU ever given
in the city.
The examica'.ioa of witnesses for tho
dt'ftn.-e was continued all day in tho Cotton
case yesterd.ty anJ will probably take up
half of to diy a'so. Then there will be
testimony in rebuttal which may consume
the remainder of to-day, leaving the argu
ment to be begun tu-morrow.
Mr. Tuber got his gonls shipped for
Dallas, Tex., yesterday, and he and his
family will follow in about three weeks.
Mrs. Williams on has already taken posses
sion of the bouse and bus a force of carpen
ters and painters at work making neceiBary
changes and repairs.
The negro Moss Taylor, who was ar
rested at Metropolis, through tho inBtru
mentality of Chief Myers some time ago,
for stealing $000 from a guest at the Hich
UiOLd Huuse in Paducah, was held to bail
there in the sum of $125. lie gave bond
and is out. lie was formerly employed in
the Pitttitut'i House lure
A letter frjiu a gentleman at Dixon
Ppnngs euu: "They have a splendid cook
and fire i etnly fur all that wish to come.
Several ror ms tre spoken for 1st of June.
The visitors from Paducah will exceed in
Lumber any former yar, as that burL'h
will give 'Dawson' the cold shoulder on ac
count ol its tarniebed name."
Mr. Frel Slack passed through tho
city jester iuy on bis wny to his home in
Cleveland, Ohio, where be has a very pros
perous drug business. He accompanied bis
wis wife to Anna and be leaves her thorn
with relatives on visit of some weeks
Mis. Sltck will also visit friends in this
city before returning home.
The engineers and firemen had their
firBt annuid dar; at Harlman's II ill last
night. There was a large tarn-out of la
dies and gentlemen, and the cotnpiny was
a very attractive one and a very hannv
w e - ii ti a f
one. Music was furnished by Prof. Storer s
t. ... ,r.. ... i
xt vtub a tcij autiaiuiiuiy ueui
ning for the orgnnizition as a provider of
Officers Malianny, Ilogan and Bough
nor made a rai l on a ranch of negro cast
aways night before last, and Justice Rob
inEon drcised them, down In a legal man
ner yesterdiv. The prisoners wore all
women who had gathered in tho little brick
at the corner of Fourth Street and Com
mercial Avenue and indulged in d.incing
and boistcruus fua until lato in the night.
Let us bear nu more about Democrats
not being willing to give the colored broth
er a chance. In tho committee of tho M.
E. general conference, at Philadelphia, tho
main teport, recommending that "race, color
or previous condition is no bar" to admis
sion into connectiuual churches or colleges,
was adopted by a vote ot 20 to 2.I. Tho
one voio required to adopt the report was
given by the chairman of the committee,
the Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania.
By the way, they say, the Governor was so
popular in the conference that ho would
bare been made a bishop save for his office.
Tho rock work on the Mississippi
Levee was finished yesterd iy, and no one
who scea it will fail to acknowledge it to
be I ho (lnu.it job of tho kind ever dotio on
ottr levees. Two thousand rubiV vnrrU nf
j ... .... ...
rock wero consumed in its construction.
Alderman McIIalo who superintended tho
work, lms good-causo to feel proud of it.
Considerable earth work 'remains to bo
douo on tho slopes of tho leveo where tho
current docs not touch it. Hut ten days of
good weather will enablo Mr. McIIale's
force to finish it all, and have tho loveo
sown with grass, too.
In tho Centralis convention a few days
ago thirty-four counties of Soutnern Illi
uois wero represented by men of intelli
gence, who probably refloated correctly tho
sentiments, upon leading public matters, of
the communities that sent them. Hence
tho fact that at every mention of Mr. Til-
den's name, or even tho most distant ref
erence thereto, tho whole convontion burst
forth as with one voice in hearty applause,
is a very significant fact, inasmuch as it
proves that the Democracy of Illinois has a
very tender spot in its heart for Mr. Tilden
and will give him its unanimous support
for tho Presidency.
The Arabs aro proud ot their victory
yesterday. They had better get all the
satisfaction they can out of it, within the
next three months, the time fixed by com
mon consent duriug which tho. victorious
company cannot be challenged to another
contest for the same horns. It is under
stood that tho Hibernians have been "lay
ing for'' tho Arabs for some time and will
take the first chance now to give them a
hard tussle. Tho contest yesterday wis not
for tho championship of the city at large,
but it leaves tho Arab3 in posession of the
championship over the Roughs, Deltas and
Hibernians, each of whom have contested
with the one or the other for the same
The Bulletin-, or at least the truit-
eating attachnat to Tub Bulletin, is an
excellent judsie of what conitltutes a first
class strawberry in first rate condition. Wo
(the attachment) have aa opportunity of
passing judgment on a cra'.e forwarded
from New Grand Chain "with complimeits
of A. E. Yocum," and unhesitatingly pro
nounce them the finest we have sampled
this or any other season; and with thanks,
and good wishes, to the sender will indulge
in a strawberry festival of our own. Thes?
berries mayor may not be the "Captain
Jack" variety, but will certainly compare
with them in siz-;, shjpe and color, while
their flavor cannot be surpiistd. Ttey
wero raised on the farm of Jude R. S.
Tocum at New Grand Chain.
The Squiitiug Contest.
Tim Arabs Victorious as Before.
Some weeks ago the Rough and Ready
Fire Company formally challenged the
Arab Company to a water-throwing contest
to determine the ownership of the beautiful
horns won by the latter in lSdO. Tho Arabs
accepted the challenge and both companies
appointed committees to arrange for tho
meeting. Tho committees met and agreed
"The contest to come off on the 22nd dsy
of May, 1884, at 2 o'clock p. m., between
th and 10th Streets on Washington Ave
nue. Ivicu company to throw through the
same 100 feet of hoso and nozzle, and the
hose to be tested before tho first throw is
made. The size of tip to be -inch; and
the 2 best throws out of 3 shall determined
tho contest. The engine throwing the
farthest solid body of water trom the nozzle
to have tho horns. Each company to ap
point 1 judge and the 2 judges to appoint a
third one. 1 heir decision to be final in all
matters pertaining to the contest. All the
judges to be disinterested parties.
a. Kittes house, J Com. for
C. GiLUOFPEit, Arab
J. M. Claiik. ) Fire Co.
Wm. Sciiatz, ) Com. for
Wm. McEwen, J. R.& R. Fire
On account of bad weather on the day
fixed tho date was changed to yesterday
afternooD. wben t,ie wcather Both
con,Pamc8 cre m "ana- eacl1 Wlttl tbe
engine, and several hundred people were
present to witness the fun.
The judges agreed upon were Alderman
C. N. Hughes ior the Roughs, Chief Myers
for tho Arabs and Alderman Smith for tho
third member selected by tho other two.
I ho Roughs made the Cist throw. The
engine was placed at the public cistern at
the intersection of Eighth Street, and was
, b ""utl
manned as Btrongly as tho breaks would
permit. Their throw measured 113 feet
They then gave away to the Arabs who
threw 123 feet 8 inches. The second throw
of tho Roughs was 114 feet and the second
of tho Arabs waa 124 feet 4 inches
The Roughs saw that theirs was a hope
less case after their second throw and gave
up the contest before tho Arabs bad made
their second throw. Tho judges decided
that the Arabs were justly entitled to retain
tho horns and Alderman Hughes mado tho
formal presentation to drpt. Gilhofer, of
the Arabs, who received them gracefully
remarking, "we'll bo ready to put them up
again at any time, and with tho money
Neither of the engines made as good a
throw as they did in 1880 whon tho Arabs
first got the horns. Then tho Roughs threw
130 feet 0 inches and tho Arabs 139 feet
But then they used a -inch tip, whereas
this time a j-inch tip was used, which
may fully account for the difference.
Dr. Richard Oberlaondcr. Leinz;r. Ger
many, 8ec. Ethnological Museum, F. S. U,
G. A., M. O. S., author of "Foreign Nations.'
writes: "Havinir been troubled with uiv
old, chronic neuralgic nains. I was advised
to try St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-relic Vcr.
I tried it and was entirely cured."
THE COMING STRUGGLE
For tho Republican Nomination for
tho Pro: ldoncy at tho City
On tho Lake.
Blaine's Forces Confident, But No Tell
ing How the Dark Horses May
A Candidate to Beat Tilden and Hen
dricks Considered to be the One
Chicago, Iu May 27. The dolomites
liavo not yet began to nrrivo in large num.
bet s and tho crush Is not expected hero
until Friday or Saturday. The Logan head
quarters, over w hich local office-holders
kei p watch, is the only ouo as yet open,
and there is a decided absence of Ufo or
excitement, i-vtu there. Tho Arthur and
Blaine men have uot yet fixed upon any
particular congregating place and It is
understood that neither caudldato will
have any fixed rendezvous, the leader
thinking it the better polley to lnluglo
with the crowd and work their respective
booms on tho nilsslouary plun. There is
no end to
THK l'llEWCTtON S
volunteered by the politician on Ce
proutid. The Blaine men aw confident,
but at the same time they have nut ceased
for one moment in the search lor new
ctfiiverui. They claim that their candi
date has vote enough pledged to nom
inate him on the r)rt baliot, but that the
votes oi courtesy which the different dele
gations are expected to give the favorite
6ous of their States will prvvut his
Domination until the Liird ballot, when
he will go ihxvHtslj wtth a whxH. The
Arthur tuen are uot so eouikk-nt, 1'ut
they are very hvpful. Tty claim tli.it
lt.aiue has nothing fite the strvnen he
Is refuted to have, and that he Will gvi
uiue uwre wtes cr ths rlr&t baJlot ti-n
on any suevevrlim' ballot. Arthur'-.
friends, they say, aw working cuk-t.v.
aiki it Will br! iUi!Xitle to ilfU-rint'i.-
what hi real stretiiitli U until the ballc:-
are bui:die? on a brvak in the B:i;ue I
auu .-riaur raus?, out ue antl-LOiiia
men insist that such a brvax wlU
the uvciinaiioa not to Log-in but to Lin
coln, Grtsham, or sotue other el
the dark horses. The truth N.
everybody Is a: sea. Uiike the-
wtTwuea oi war wars a.r.. there i.---
but few rtilly ardent supporters ol auv !
candidate. There Is nothing that heai !
resvujoiioo to the hero worhiy ol !
l?v), when hso were ready to ao to a:;v '
leLgth for Grant or Biaiue. Neither see- ,'
tie'tal cor factional fcivoritbsm wLI h: i i
this trnie. It U iroe rally accepted as a i
fact tho.5 i
w ili head the Democratic ticket, and that ;
to beat thra they wiil hav to nouiiiiie '
a ru.in who wUl draw heavily on the !:!.
fuiient vote of th doobtful Suites. T!ie
question is, who can carry 'ew Y'jrt
Yorit aainat TTideo, and iadlaaa aiiit
HeLldriCia? WbQ tili HUeSUOn Ls ioked
in a group ol Eepcbiican poiiUeiaLS, the
fciieuce becooocs palnlal.
The Educational EUL.
WAsniiNOTo, D. C, May 27. Mr.
Willis, ol Kentucky, who la the author ol
the House educational bill, Lois to get
th-it hubject before the Home for
Us action this wett. Now tint the
bulk of the aprrofruit!o3 bills are
off tho bauds ol the House. It 1.4 in-
clined to turn It attention to some ol the
more Important menttur before It.
which aro for the evi of tho general
puonc. la lact, lu ieiil;ri members
recognize the nwifestity for dolr.g aorno
tiiini;. Almost six month of the seion
have passed, and It Is diMku tto polntoot
any general measure of Important, aaldt
lroin the plenro-Dneumoi.ii r.ui- and
one or two others of a central niiir.
that have passed the House. The gen
eral impression among the friends ol the
educational bill Is that it will not meet
with serious opposition at the Hon end
of the Capitol. It wa pretty thoroughly
uineunsi.-u in iuc otimie, aii'i tij Senate
put the bill in such shape as to give gen
eral satlHfaction. As utrruU t.
the Senate, It Is now very similar
to the bid Introduced In tho House
by Mr. Willis; p0 It Is urobo-
blc that Mr. Wild will, when the bill
comes np In the Hoone, move to substi
tute the Senate Mil for his own, In order
to lessen the. complications which would
follow, hhoiild the House adopt lu own
bill Instead of the Senate's, and the pros
pect that the bill may become a law seems
to be very good.
Kor Still on the Hack.
Wasiiinoiox, I). C, May 27. Ker
continued his testimony this morning.
He said that tho Mitchell Grand Jury in
the Star-route cases kept no records, and
that at a conference between himself and
Attorney-General Merrick and Ullss, Mer
ries suiu ivciiogg should bo Indicted,
but 1! Iss contended hts should noli that
the Attorney-General Insisted that Kel-
uHK saouiu De mutctej If gtilltv. Ker
also said Uiat Merrick held that
ncuogg fnooiu b indicted.
uni not prosecuted. n hi
conviction would break tho Republican
majority lu tho Senate. Memben ol the
committee, tlilnkliiff It etr&tirm tw. U,v
rkk should bo Interested in Urn Kupoblb
can majority in tho Seimto, quweUoned
blin ou the subject, askiua If ha dM not
mean to say that Bliss objected to the
prosecution of Kelloira. WTtoona fltPf
ated his statement, however, to the efleet
mill, merries uiuuu mo remark about
creaking mo icepubllean majority.
Released from Her Peril.
Washington, D. a, May 87. The sig
nal corps station at Hattcraa, N. C, re
ports that tho steamer Glaseett, before
reported ashore on tlie 2Cth, ws floated
hist nlht at eight oeloek by the Baksr
Salvage Company and Jolt at once- for
1'hlludelphla. Her cargo of Iralt was la
Oannonadlnar a Senate OammitUe,
Wasiiinuton, D. C, May 27. Comp
troller Cannon was before the Scat
C'oiuiullteo on Ftnunco this niorulna and
Scad an elaborate statement representing
tlie financial trouble in New York fn
lcw of MergM's MU, Mnottlu an fa
vcstluation. Tlie cominlUre adjourned
before tho stateinpnt was completed. Au
Injunction of neercsy wan impose 1 up
on the members, but It Is said Cannon
don't favor an Investigation, because ol
the uiisettled feeling it would cause lu
Everybody for Tilden.
Washington, 1). C, May 27. Mr.
Buckner, wdio has returned from his can
vass lor tho Gubernatorial nomination,
says that he considers his prospects very
good, Indeed, and that he believes he w 111
bo nominated. JUdns asked what ho
found the sentiment of the State In re
gard to tho Presidential nomination, lit
replied: "llverybody Is for Tilden -men,
women aud children."
Seoi at o.
Washington, 1). I?., May 'J7.-Sen.itor
Don Cameron was In his seat this morn
lug for the tlrst time this session.
Mr. Slater reported favorably with
amendments from the ComuiltUe on rub
lie I-auds, tho bill forfeiting unearned
lands granted to tho Northern I'aeitle
Mr. Sherman reported favoiuhly the
bid regulating tho payment of bills of
twohaugo draw n In foreign countries on
persons, tlruMt, companies or corporations
lu tbe l idtcd State wlu-ro the umounts
to bo paid atvuuuird, in fondun coin.
Several petition were presented op
posing the Government assumption of
S-uaUr lllil submitted the report of
the UMiMBltu-e on lt otllees and l'ost
roadt on the subject of postal telegraph.
Senator Lapbam subuUttrd the report
of the Comiutttee ou Privilege and Kl-c-tions
on the lUoville luo.vtigutlou.
.vnaur lualls introduced a hill to
provide for the tu!o ol lands belonging to
the lYalriotetud ol l'ottowattoinlo lu
Juiw. The Senate then teiok up tho bill to
iirint the Ciuusbar and Clara's Fork
Railroad Comivany a riyhtof wav throsiVi
a ivrtion of the Yellowstone l"urk.
dilator Couner submltu-d an amend
i i -at to llru.t the company's coutrol to
.ue huudred feet In wulth.'aud prolublt
iJ eomivauy from erectuu' buiJUitigs
' V'ef't tor statiou purposes.
Senator Lofe'm opposed the bill, 'lhere
was he sabi, dis;vitlon to "ohMo
if'" tverythaig lu connection with the
;'ir t-y railroad aud hotel companies.
He ;Le-gaa ) had found herd oleatt-e and
he-rsvs ;u the pars.
Senator Vtt gave the details of the
m.iaageuK-ut e-1 the park, and s tld every
word suted by Mr. Login wa true.
ilr. LJls ;ol LuuLvaua) called up the
j.jiit reo2utiou apprepriiting an ad--:".:onal
hujid.-ve! theu-.aud dollar for the
r-.-.ie-f vl suJ rvr from tho Mississippi
Hoods, lie appvaJed to the humaultv of
the- members to pass the bid. Passed,
Cuiia:dralicu of the Wallae-e-McKluley
c..'i:-Ast wa rt,uiad, John Tavlor ,ol
'.'ofo; coutiuuiu- his remarks' whfeh
vere mterrupttd by adjourtnueut ye.-ter-
The- Speaker appelated Messrs. Dibreil,
'Vltllani aod Wi.:,., 0f Minaeoota, to
cjiiler on Co arieu tuxal bill.
TVUl VENN bAVK.
it WUl HiT to b Wo'xnd Up.
PirrHcaiiH, Pa., May .'7. The Direc
tors cl the Pena Bank, which closed Its
doors yesterday, were la cootlauoa sts.
slon until a late hour lait night preparing
star;rr.-.r,t. It is learned th.it the Clear
ing House Viit- rdiv threw out tnA
worth of checks on th.it bmk, which Is
consloereo" atj-ftnge wh- n the hints had
annouixrd It rjtvi-ion . a.i.si in in
cauh to niet-t Its Jui ;iilti-s of i'jli.fmo.
Tb filing i4 now iren'-ru! that tac uflilrs
ol the Penn JJk must lo wound ud. a
'iH Officials Who riu-li- th:. rii-...1t .,1.
vanr- ar 'irrri-:.i to fin l tho llfihliiM.-j
fexcetliiig thftir estimate hv 4300.fm.
'resident Kiddie rix.v,:ici i ,..j-K.Mii.aa
last night and rhvsichinii sa.- h win ho
out In a few days. He vok chloroform
lor actiU neuralgia, mistaking it lor hy
drate ol chloral.
The Grant Boyg Pile Their Bcbedule-
do Htm llidintf.
Ni;w York, May 27.-Tbo Indivldn!
schedules In the assignment of L.-d.-ri.-k
Grant and Jesse Grant to James McNamte
were Died in the Court ol Common Pk-as
to-day. The schedules ol Frederick N
Irant show debt anil ll.-iMitu.. ,.ia.i.
21 5,00?. '17; assets nomlniillir i m"!
.... " . ""J iei v(7iv,
lhe asset' actual u-.ri. ,u
,n UIIIVU'VY IJ.
The residence of F.r.o 1j i.. i
- - aieueu.
I tie servant admits nobnrtv a h
said to-day there was nothing new lu the
niuKiiiou. ue, inougnt r.no wa still in
the house, but did not think he would go
Pieh Didn't Mean It.
New York, May 87.-Fresident Fish
suy he did not mean to charge that Gen
eral Grant has any guilty knowledge ol
the frauds In Government contracts, but
simply Intended to say tho letter re
ceived from Geueral Grant wero ol such
a tenor u to warrant anyone having con
fldence in tho representations made by
Ward. John ). Fish says his father re
garded General Grant's position In re
gard to Ward' transactions as similar to
his own. Uoth ol them were misled to
the extent of trusting entirely to what
was said by Ward.
MothodUt Protestant Convention.
Uauimokk, Md., May 27 At the
Methodist Protestant Convention to-day
Rev. IX U. Turney, ol Southern Illinois,
presented a protest ugalust the action ol
yosterday on tho restriction ol the rale
regarding the time ol pastors; ordered
placed ou the Journal. The Committee
on Missions preseuted a report providing
lor the appointment ol a liourd ol Mis
sions, deflulug iu duties and continuing
toe headquarter at SpringOeld, Ohio;
adopted. ' '
Hot SritiNun, Auk., May 37. The trial
ol Major Theodore V. Llndo lor malfeas
ance In ofllce, resulted last iriht in hi
Impeachment. A fecial election wiir te
ordered, and Uude will seek vindication
at the polls.
Stov Worki oaPlra,
Tuov, N. Y., May 27. Fire was dls
overed lu the Bioiatlug etc tto n ol MjH
llps' Stovo Works at two o'cloek this
norouut. Tho daroafte to the bnUdlntt
wJH not exceed fJXW, but 10,000 wsrtn
mt paUerns and castrogs w.re mloedy
Do You Alto With Us?
It is about liijli time tho stylo of business - of hood
winking the public with tho gifts oi Watches and Chain',
Clocks, Cioinos, Halls, Jiats, iVc, is stopped, and tho people
Given Full Value Z Money !
Without merit no business can prosper. Wo give the best
of (Joods at tho lowest possible price. Good Goods sell
themselves, and require no humbugiring to convince the
public of its truthfulness. You can not get something for
nothing and all these, gifts (?) cost somebody something.
WKMiMKVK in an IlDNKST JiUSlNKSS, HONESTLY COif
DIYTM). You can rest assured that you will get a hun
dred cents on the dollar for every dollar you spend with us
and NO GIFTS.
Wo will NOT be UNDERSOLD.
Q A IT I TIM
yjixm u I
Connnciicing 3IAY rJllth and for this week only.
200 pes Calico, worth 7 and tie.
ro jfs (iingliains 10c i worth 12 and l.ic.
ru pes Victoria Lawns, lo. 12 1-2, i:,, 17 1-2 and 20c.
)0 pes India Liifiis, 12 1-2, K, 17 1-2 and 20c.
;o pes Clipcked Nainsooks, 1, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
- jcs Fancy Sateens. 25c; worth o5c.
25 pes Tongue Hlks. fancv patterns, 37c; worth 50c.
5() pes Summer Silks, 50, 55 and tioc: worth 75 and DOc
100 Satin Tarasols, lined, at $2 .00; worth &1.00.
100 Satin Tarasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
wort n m.j)0.
50 Elegant Trocade Satin Tarasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Tlain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BAIKiAIXS lor EVERYBODY this week, at
STOVES, -:- KANGES, -:- T1S,
Japanned lierlin and Agate AVare,
Hiid Cages, Hath Tubs. Water Coolers & Jce Cream Freezers.
A?ent for Adanm A Wcstlake Oil. Oasoline and Movef. Df-tmit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plow. Chilled Plows, Walkiiiar Cultivators,
( oi n Shellers, Plan tr?, Ptc, Pto.
ATOQ 97 Sr. QQ Eblith Street,
l0h. Ll IV'OO, CAIRO. 111.
is O. 35 I
KKIITII ST. I
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window' Shades, Artist's )Iaterial, ic.
MAKE A SPECIALTY 0F-
jrouldinirs, Picture Frames,
W. b'l'lUTTON. Cairo. T. Ill Hi), .Vigour!
ST11ATT0X & Hi 111),
No. 57 Ohio Levee, t'airn, !'!.
fyAintu Araoi'.cn I'owd.ir Co
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RL'I'AIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IM TH: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Jur.Ninctaenth street I f'oinx Til
rnniMnrcial AviinBH ' ''Hilt'. Ill
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAPKSON, Ant.
No. 30 Hth St., 'airo, III.
tUuoil Stock ud 1'rlcvi lUueonUo.K
)fl I? I)
The "rnliitv" Clothier.
CLARK & LOVETT,
Telephone No 103
136 & 138 Com'l Avo.
have reci lvod a full and complete line
ol new Kail aud Winter
Cloaks, Polnians, Notions, Etc.
A heavy etock of Body BraMcli, Taper-tra-a
A full Block of Oil Clotht, all ilzes and prices.
A full and lomnlptn atnrk In nnw lu-lmr
closed out at great bargains.
Ooh1 nt Bottom Trioosil
ns. n. BHiTu. tuBgitT a, mimi,
Grand Central Store.
Clpihing & Gents' FurnishV Goods