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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JUNE i, 1884.
NotlcM In thU rolumnUreo line or lem Mcentt
enolawrttoii or liw P mk-
ucvt i mi Hsu on Foiirlutnth Street op
reMhIlWom .o lot .0 . .mull family.
Apply to J)R. LK-ACn. 4U
TtrANTKD-One Hve cutter and two slack itavo
H Ulituri Nniw hut experienced mon need
m,li CHICKASAW I'OOPKKAOE CO.,
l" Memphis, Tenn.
Iinn RKNT-Mr cottaije, South iido Fourth St.,
1 nr corner Wathlngton Avenue. AddIt oon.
riVTKD AGENTS To lollclt orders for the
8. C. PALMKK, liloomlngton. 111.
,taNTKD KXPKRIENCKD SALESMEN To
YV nut In iomo capital and ran a panR of men In
the field. Give full particulars or what you cau
aid will do and your torm..
M S. C. 1'ALMEIt, Bloom
WASTED LOCAL AGENTS'-To lull and deliver
on commlfsion. A good chance for a capable,
mereatlc and trustworthy man.
wcrga b. C. PAL.MKU, Bloomlngton, 111.
at the residence of Yrs. J. M. Lansden,
Thursday Eve., June 5.
The yoiine lnd.ei of the Preihy tcrlan Church
irill icrve rcfrenhmfnla after the Mumcaie to those
irtiowieh, for 25 cents.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAFKIt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
XNTSBKD AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFFIOK Foil
tHANS.VUS8I0N THROUGH THE MAILS AT
8KC0SD CLASS BATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Dr. Leach advertises his cottage on
14th Street for rent.
Ice, wood aud kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Mr. Flowers, the trees hoop manufac
turer, went to St. Louis yesterday on busi
ness. Dr. Paul 0. Schuh is out "on the
road'' on tho Texas and St. Louis road
in the interest of his busintes.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
library Room at 8 o'clock p. in. to-day.
An original paper will be read by Mrs.
Of the fourteen states that have so far
selected delegates to the Democratic Na
tional Convention, only four are known to
be for "Protection (?)"
The boy O'BrieD, arrested by Chief
Myers Sunday for robbing a man on Ohio
Levee, pleaded guilty in the County Court
yesterday and was sentenced to oue year
in the Reform School. lie was too young
for the Penitentiary.
Several frieuds and relatives of Ed.
Hoehlcr, accompanied by D. T. L'.negar,
went to Mound City Tuesday and succeeded
la getting bail for Ed. under the second
warrant sworn out against him by II. A.
Hannon. EJ. is again at large, though
Eayes remains in jail.
Hourly or balf-bourly bulletins detail
ing tho progress of work in the Chicago
Convention will be posted up at Tub Bui.
LLTiN office door on Ohio Levee, beginning
with4ll o'clock A.m. to-day and continuing
till night, or until tho convention shall ad
journ for the day.
Capt. W. P. HaUiday has sent home a
photograph of the principle canal in Venice,
Italy, and compared witli a photograph of
Main Street, Paducah, which may be seen
at Tho Ilalliday, the unaided eye can hard
ly tell any difference between tho two. Ex
cepting, of course, the architectural piles
that form the boundary lines of each, the
canal and Main Street seem identical.
Work has been begun on the Marine
Hospital. Surveyor Thrupp baB laid out
the site and driven the stakes, and brick
and lumber and rock is already on the
ground. The brick is furnished by Mit
chell & Needles, contractors for the Chester
Penitentiary convict' labor; the lumber
comes from St. Louis and the rock from up
the St. Louis and Cairo road.
In the County Court yesterday the sev
eral objections to the tax levy were taken
tip. All day waa taken up in argument by
the attorneys on both sides. Mr. Linegar,
Of this city, and Mr. Mathers, of Springfield,
appear for the bond holders, and Messrs
Mulkey and Leek appear for the people
The argument will be concluded to-day and
a decision arrived at. To-day will be an in
teresting day in the lasc.
Ex-Mayor Llenry Winter claims to have
received a special dispatch from Chicago,
to the effect that the Convention of Patriots
in session there bad elected Magistrate
timings Chairman, but that, in defferenco
to the wish of Hon. W. T. Scott, who has
long been quietly and clandestinely groom
ing our Magistrate for the second place on
the ticket, as against Jno. A. Logan, the
Magistrate gracefully and gratefully de
dined to act as Chairman.
Since 1878 Chief Myers bus had a
large quanity of sulphur in Btore here for
the Government. The sulphur was sent
liere then to be distributed from time to
time to rarious points where yellow fever
prevailed, but it was not all used by
leventy-five or a hundred barrels. Yester
day an order came for ten barrels to be
tent to Ship Island, Miss , to be used there
for disinfecting purposes, and tho order
ivtg promptly filled.
The City Council met last night in
first regular session this month. The
meeting lasted till noarly 12 o'clock and
ytu oTerbnrdcncd with damphoolishness
Of all sorts. Probably tho most interesting
ptrt of tho business disposed of was the
nominations by tho Mayor which consisted
of Mr. W. H. s-chiitter for health officer and
Messrs. Doughtier, Taylor, Geo. Wooten, II.
Dunker, A. MoTigue, Geo. Dunn, P. Ma
hanny, Jno. Tyler and Jno. V. Hogan for,
constables. All but DoughniT and Taylor
were confirmed. The Mayor will nominate
the Chief and Street Supervisor next meet
ing. - -The spirit of the departed Tice prophc
sieth unto tho children of men, about the
weather of tho present month, as follows:
1st to 5th, generally cloudy and threatening
with terrible storms in places; Oth and 7th,
clear or fair; 8th to 13th, cloudy and threat
ening with severe local storms; luib, clear
or fair; 14th to 10th, generally changeable
and cloudy, with heavy storms in places;
17th and 18th, local storms; 19th to 2G;h,
fluctuating barometer, rapid changes, and
terrific storms in places especially of enor
mous rainfalls; 27ch to 29th, generally
clear or fuir ; 30th, clouding up and threat
ening. Tho warmer spells will bo about
3d, 10th, 15th, 23d and 30th.
To the epidemic of defalcations that
has swept over the country during the last
several months, Cairo now humbly and
tardily contributes her little share, and the
Secretary ot the R ugh and Rettly Fire
Company has tho proud distinction of act
ing for the community at large in this im
portant matter. At tho last meeting of
the company, which was bell Monday
night, the board of directors was instructed
to investigate the afftirs of the Secretary's
office, and the board will probably scon bo
prepared to make a full report. So far as
is now known, however, the amount of the
deficiency is $300, which is the regular
allowance of the city to tho company, for
five quarters at $00 each. The Secretary
drew this allowance each quarter from the
city, giving his receipt theretoie, but failed
to turn the money over to the Treasurer, as
he was required to do by the laws establish
ed by tho company for his government.
The Treasurer never saw the money and the
Secretary alone is responsibly for the defi
ciency. But this is not the worst. It tran
spires that the important pnpara of the
company, consisting of deeds to various
property belonging to the company and of
tho bonds of its officers, and which had
been entrusted to the core of the Secretary,
are lost aud no traces of them can be dis
covered, so that the company can have no
recourse to the bondsmen of the delinquent
Secretary, to make good its Iifs. The val
uable papers were lost once before, but
wero brought to light by a special commit
tee appointed by the company to look them
up. Wlut the next step of the company
will be will probably not be determined
until the board of directors Bhall have re
ported at the next meeting of the com
pany. Sparks From Chicago.
The following brief special dispatches
were received here during yesterday after
noon. 3:30 p. m. Convention called to order
at noon. Jno. R. Lynch, colored, of Missis
sippi, elected temporary Chairman. Re
ceived 431 votes which is considered the
anti-Blaine strength in the convention. Was
conducted to Chair by Clayton, o Arkan
sas, amid great applause.
4:00 p. m. Roll of states called for
Chairmen of State delegations, preparatory
to permanent organization.
5:00 p. m. Convention adjourned at
4:43, to 11 o'clock a. m. to-morrow.
Disease that has its primary cause in the
blood, must be treated at the source ot the
trouble. Rheumatism aud neuralgia are
known to bo a distinct species of blood
poisoning. Outward treatment for them
must therefore necessarily prove ineffective.
In Athlophoros has been found the great
specific for these diseases, because by draw
ing out the poisonous substances the sys
tem is restored to a healthy condition, the
action of the muscles is invigorated and the
stiffened joints are limbered.
A Yankee in lied Paint.
. The enmpoodies southeast of town
were the scene of unusual excitement
yesterday. It w:is accidently discover
ed that one of tho head sachems, who
had lived on tho Walker river reserva
tion for years, was a whito man. How
tho discovery was uiado is not stated.
The Indians were so worked up over
the discovery that tho renegade, fearing
for his life, came to town. Upon being
interviewed by a reporter, lie said lie
was a nativo of Massachusetts and forty-seven
years old. Ho became en
tangled in a scrape when ho w as eigh
teen years old, and, running away
from home, followed tho sea for two
years. Arriving at San Francisco ho
joined the rush to tho mines. After a
pretty rough experience going from
camp to camp, ho linally, after tho col
lapse of tho Meadow hike boom, joined
tliel'iutes tit thel'yrainid reservation. Ho
remained there until he had fully mas
tered tho langungo nntl habits "of his
dusky friends, and then, painting him
self und assuming the garb of the red
men, came to Walker Take, where, in
consideration of his ablu advieo in tho
councils of his tribo, ho was elected a
chief and allowed three wives. Ho says
that although ho sometimes longed for
news from the Bay state, he was per
fectly content to remain where he was,
as he found tho roaming, independent
life of the Chiles just tho thing for a
man tired of the busy teeiies of civiliza
tion. Now that he has tho paint wash
ed cO and has donned a decent suit of
clothes, ho is a very intelligent lookin"
man, and it is a wonder that ho could
have kept himself from his i:l,0 so
many years. " Ho will probably return
to tho homo of his youth In a few days.
Walker, (So.) liulidin.
CHOKED FOR MURDER,
Josao Oartor Hanged in tho Pitta
burgh Jail Ha Ploadocl
Tho Allogod MurJoror of Tobo Thurman
Narrowly Escapos Boing Lynched
by an Angry Mob.
A Beer Bottle Converted Into an Engina.
of Destruction at a Sunday
riTTsnt'itoir, Pa., Juno 3. Jesse Car
ter, colored, was hanged la tho couuty
jail-yard in this city at eleven o'clock thlfj
morning, for the murder of John Foster,
a fireman on the steamer Sampsou, April
On April 2, 18S2, Jones and Hughcd
were beating a man on tho levee, wheiv
Foster luterfurod, and the assailants said
they would havo revenge. Next day,
while Foster was on tho wharf talking to
a friend, Jones and Carter camo up be
bind him and Jones shot him In the
back. The assassin fled, but was captured
in Erie, Pa., convicted and hanged:
Hnglies then turned State's evidence,
Jones and Curtcr wero convicted. Whlki
under sentence of death the former made
a confession exonerating his companion.
On the strength of this tho Governor
granted a respite of sixty days to Inquire
further into Carter's ensc. The testi.
showed that Carter wa
guilty, if not tho primo
of tho murder, aud tho
Board refused to interfere
Carter, in an Interview, declared his in
nocence. Ho said he and Foster were
friends and that If ho had not Informed a1
clcteetire that he had been with Jones
when the hitter purchased a revolver on
the day before the crime was committed,
he would now he a free man.
Only the medical staff, jury and repre
sentatives of the press were present at
Close Call for a Murderer.
IIannmuai., Mo., June 3. The cor
ouer's inquest in the Tobe Thurman mur'
tier case began here yesterday. During
Its progress some three hundred negroes
gathered in front of the Justice's office
tvhere it was in progress, and threats that
Daniel Johnson, who killed Thurman,
would be lynched became fre-
queut. It soon became evU
dent that there was meaning
oack of the threats, and several police of
llcers with two or three citizens who pro
Jured revolvers started to get Johnson
Dut the back way over to the city prison.
'Die prisoner and his body-guard were
(veil out before their departure was dis
covered by the crowd. When Johnson
Ivas seen a cry of "there he
oes; let's hang htm," rang out,
iud the mob made a rush,
l'liey were stopped, bower, by drawn re
volvers in the hands of men that they
knew would shoot if it became necessary.
fter being once stopped, the crowd fol
lowed Johnson threateningly, but at a
lafe distance, until he was lodged in jail,
There ho was guarded until 10:SO last?
alght, when he was escorted to the train
ny the Garth rilles, and sent to Palmyra
Jail for safe keeping.
There is still great excitement among
rhurnian's friends, who say that Johu
ton Is a bad negro and has previously
Silled one or two men. Johnson's pre
liminary examination is set for Friday
morning, and will begin as soon
is the War Ea;;le arrives, most of the
rvitnesscs being members of the crew,
ample means will be taken to insure
tohnsou safety and see that he has a fair
jrial ; but there is little doubt that he was
lu serious danger yesterday.
Killed at a Sunday Picnic.
Watk.uloo, 111., June 3. At a picnic
it Glasgow City Sunday, llarv. Cava
rjaugh threw a beer-glass at Valentine
fielger, which, missing its mark, struc
one McNabb on the head Inflicting u
wound from the effects of which lie
ilied. Seiger, who had been detailed
to preserve order ou the ground,
liad taken Cavanaugh's buggy for a drive
on several occasions without his per
mission. This so enraged Cavanatigh
that he determined to get even
with Seiger; he approached a bar near
which Seiger was standing and ordered a
glass of beer. He seized the glass and,
without drinking the beer, hurled it at
Seiger, who was totally unconscious of
Cavanaugh's intentions. The glass
barely missed Seiger's face, taking effect
on McNabb with the result above stated.
McNabb lived in the vicinity of l'rairie
du llocher, Randolph Comity, ami was
from an old and respected family. Cav
urnuigh conducts a country store at
Strlngtown, near Glasgow City, and Is
Itlso a member of one of the old families
of Monroe County.
GEN. O. E. HANCOCK DROWSED.
Two of His Assistants Also Go Down
Off the Coast of Florida.
Washington-, D. C, June 3. Private
telegrams were received in this city and
Baltimore this morning from Benjamin,
an employe of Ihc Light-house Service,
dated Daytonia, Florida, June 2, via
Astoria, Florida, announcing that Gen
eral O. K. Babcock, Engineer of the Fifth
Light-house District, Levi V. Lucky, his
chief clerk (formerly assistant private
secretary of President Grant), and Ben
jamin Sutor, of Washington, were
drowned last Saturday in Mosquito Inlet
off the Coast of Florida while superintend
ing the work ou a light-house being erect
ed at that point. Another private tel
egram says the casualty occurred yes
terday. The body of Babcock only was
WHO HAIICOCK WAS.
Ge neral Babcock, whose death Is an
nounced, is identical with the General
Orville K. Babcock who figured so prom
inently in the St. Louis whisky ring, lie
was General Graut's pilvate secretary,
and served as one of the Commissioners
of the District of Columbia during the
rule of Boss 8hepard. Ho was tried tor
complicity In the whisky ring frauds, bat
The Whisky Pool.
Cincinnati, O., June 3. The prico oJ
whisky was ro-esUbllsbod at $1.11 to
day, tho point from which tt broke May
22. This was necessary wider tho rules
of the pool to maintain Its contra of th
r.oxi)ov, June 3. The detectives claim
that the llro tn the waste room of the
War Olllco at tho llmo of tho dynamlta
explosion was started by a confederate
of tho dynamiters for the purpose of dis
tracting tho attention of tho police from
tho vicinity of tho explosions. A number
of Irishmen wero employed in tho oltlce,
but tho detectives havo bean unable to
fasteu the crime on any of thorn.
Uo.mk, Juno 3. It la Intimated by a
member of the Italian Cabinet that Italy
will resist lu the. coming conforonco any
attempt to accord advautages in Egypt to
UASE BALL HltEVITIES.
Score of damns Playod on Monday,
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis, 5; Ath
Brooklyn, N. Y. Indianapolis, 8;
Baltmoro, Md. Baltlmoros, 10 j Col
umbus, 5.... Baltimore Uulons, 7; Bostons,
Washington, D. C Cluclnnatls, 3;
Washington, 0.... Keystones, 7; Nation
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 10 j Fhiladel
Providence, R. I. Providences, 9;
Now Yorks, 8.
Detroit, Mich. Dctroits, 9; Clevo
Trenton, N. J. Tretitons, 13; Harris
Terre Haute, Ind. Minneapolis, 4;
Terro Hautes, 2.
East Sagiuaw, -Mich. Saginaws, 7; St.
I'ort Wayne, Ind. Fort Waynes, 10;
Wilmington, Del. Loulsvilles, 2; Wil
Frank Moulton & Co., grain, failed at
Nashville, Tenn., for $50, Out).
Herman, the liepublicau cutididatu for
Congress in iregon, is probably elected
by I.omO majority.
Lieutenant-Colonel Miznerof tin Tenth
United States Infantry, with 133 men, is
on his way to Mexico.
Tho four set mill at South Burr, Minn.,
called the Ware River Mill, was destroyed
by Are. Loss, &!0,000.
The Quaker City Steam Mills of Clay
Center, Has., burned Sunday. Loss,
$40,(W0; insurance, $17,000.
Hurley, Gray & Co.'s barrel factory and
the Mobile Electric Light Company's
Works at Mobile, Ala., burned. Loss,
The bill for the Insurance of working
people against accideuts has been ap
proved by a commission of the German
The funerals of four of the victims of
the Baltimore warehouse disaster took
place Monday. Two bodies are still in
Judge J. 1). Coates and ex-Sheriff Isaac
Bank4on of Arkansas City, Ark., engaged
in a fatal affray Monday. Coates was
shot dead, and liankston so badly wound
ed with a knife that he ean not live.
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, JI NK 3, m.
Cotton Sternly; midilnny, llHUKc.
Flock Steady; XXX to clioiee, f3..W.70j
Whkax Lower; No.
No. 3 Kifl.i'lc.
2 lied, fl.U6ai.asi.ij
CoitN-Weaker; No. 2 mixed,
No. 2 white mixed, o'-fiftiOiic.
Oats Weaker; No. 2, Vic.
Kvi: Nominal; No. 2. .V-c.
ToBACCo-Kirui; Iuks eomtnon to choice,
t5.7tto.0l); leaf; common red leaf, tsmvs
1U.W; medium to (rood ltf.VKin.iiO.
IIav Pruirie fll.un for urime; fl2.00313.no
for choice; mixed, flO.Li for common U)
prime: timothy finals for prime to fancy.
Huttku Wenk: choice to fancy cieanery
18((lHo; dairy, ciioico tu faii-'y. iViyKc; low
F.iMis Steady, at Kk
I'otatoks-Ncw tli in tit J2.IK) 1,2.5) tier bar
rel lor choke
I'okk Dull; standard mess, f li;.;.V.t,i7 (O
hard side, fl(i.5l.
Laru Dull; prime steam. "V.
liAC'ON lAJIllCS, H,Vulc; SllOrtS, H'iffiiJMct
clear ribs. W,c.
. Wool Tub-washed, choice, 'tiliV'il' ,c; fair
30(i.'llc; Uimry and low 2i:.".i. Lnwaslied---Choico
medium, 22c; iroo 1 avenue medium
ttK21o; selected liirlit tin.? Lfif.V; (rood av
erage, 17'ilSe; heavy WlOo; couiliiuir.
blood, 2;(i21e: combine, low irralcs, l.V clSe.
Hiuks Outet; dry Hint, lii'je: dam
aged, Myjc; buns or ela.'B, 10c; dry
salted. 18c: dry salted, damierud, 10c; feipand
calf, saltod. ' .c; damaged, li'jc; bulls aud
buiks, 63c; green, uneuied, 7iej damaged,
Shkkp Pki.tS Steady; (Troon, 7010; dry
do, 4l)i(,70e., as to amount and utility of wool;
green shearlings, I'm; dry do, Iiiil.')o; lamb
Wheat Stealy; No. 2 Ited
July, fl.03!s; Annus', fl.oi'
iL C011.V Lower: No. 2 mixed, Jimp, C2'4c;
July, Hiiyc; AuKti-t, tllijo: September, ft c
Oats Lower; No. 2, mixed, June, 37"o
July, 37?o; Ausrunt, U5'4e.
1 phovisions 1'ork Dull; spot mess, $17 03
17.5U; Lard Hijrhc r; steam, June, ifs.25.
( HICA JO.
Wheat Lower; June, ST.'ie; July, one; Au
gust, tile; September, HI l ie.
Cons Weaker; June, fi-Ciic; July, 5o;
Aturust, 57?so: September, 57'c.
oats Steady ; June, Ittc; July, SJi-ic; Au
gust, 2!lc; Heptemher,27V".
I'ouK Weaker; Juno, f 19.15; July, fl9.20;
AuKURt, f M.05.
Laud Steady; Juno, fs.10; July, fs.27!4;
Shout Kins-Juno, $8.22!i; July, f8.37'i:
Live Stock Markets.
,1100; market aetlvo and
llirht 1 HVrR Wv. nk
flim 102i'c hither
packing, f4.K.t(4"i.2Uj heavy packing and ship
Cattle Koceipu, 4 nw; linn; oxportA, lUW
&i:M; good to choice, f6.2oa7.0U; common
to lair, fA.MWM.60.
Bhickp Kecoipts, 1,000; firm; common to
medium f3.005ti4.Hij good to choice, f4.50fi.3i.
Catti.k lieoeipto, 2.2.10; market active and
firm; native steers, 1,20 to 1,500 lbs. avoiairo,
lious Hoeelpt.s, 8,000; mni-kot weaker aud
luWIde lower; lots of 21 1 to .tSi lbs. average.
$t.7-".10: mainly f LFOjM-15.
Siikkp Koeeipts, 2I0J market quiet and un
Cattle Market fairly active, and a shado
higher; good to choice steers, fii.0ito.f1aj
jrood to common, 4.:iOG4&.tl; nitilvo stocsu'M,
a.soai.5; choice, f4.H.1r; good to choice
Viiitcmd Tojiuw. ffrDJ.20.
' Bhbkp Market dull, weak and lower; com
hion U fair, a.T;AiM.2A; good to choree.
Spring Umlin, f5.7M X.
1 lions Market dull nnd drooping; poor to
inedlinu Yorkers, ff,.ipiKAA..; Ku0(l to extra,
!U5(5.40; butchers' grmloj, fu.4W85.(M.
Examine our large .rtock of
the 15-ceiit L'iiuze Undershirt to the finest 5.00 Balbrigffan.
Our stock 01 Summer Hosiery is complete comprisimr Lisle
Thread, ltalbrigsnin and Silk Ualf-iro.se.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and kSingle Pants and Waists
The 'M,alacJM Clothier.
Commencing' MAY 2(tli and for this week only.
201) pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
50 pes Ginghams, 10c ; worth 12 and 15c.
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c,
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
50 pes Checked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy s'ateens, 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes Tongue .v ilks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c.
50 pes Summer Silks, 50,55 and 00c; worth 75 and 00c.
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2 00; worth $3.00.
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Drocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japanned 3 Berlin and A.gate Ware,
Biid Cages, Path Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ageut for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gaxoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows. Chilled Flows, Walkinff Cultivators,
loin Sliellers, Planters, He, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TEhEPHONir, XO !JO.
OFFICE: Room No.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
CO I PAINT I FOS I
LiverpM 1 and L ndon and Globe,
German ia Fire Ins. Co.,
lirinj?iield F. & II. Ins. Co .
Howard Ins. Co.,
Fanner's f ire I us. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co ,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, Ac.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames, CAIK0' ILL-
Telephone No 105
3iigraviiiffs and Wall Papers.
CIII LIVERY. FEED and
Commercial Av., bet- 8th l-&k Sts.
N. B.TIIISTLEW00I), Propr.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
tSIIorses boarded and well cured
TELKPHONE NO. !).
Light Wear Underwear from
i, M. & 0. R. R. Building,
- - CAIRO, ILE,
IE VI IESENTED :
New York Underwriter's Agency,
German-xmerican Ins Co ,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLAEK & LOYETT,
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Sucecsscr to Clias. T. Newland and
and Gas Pi
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
OA1UO. : : : ILL.
Drlvo Well Force nnd Lift Pumps furnlihod and
put up. Agent for tho Celobrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP1',
thebiMt iump ever Invented. Now Gnu Fliturei
furnlohed to order. O rt Klxturci repaired and
USr-Jobulnji promptly attended to. 819 U