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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKNINQ, JUNE 5, 1884.
Notice! In (hi column id roe llni' or lui iC.tccutl
oMtutertlon or pr
fOK RENT .loll o on Fourteenth Stret't op.
. DOflttt tin' r Ofiuuiiv iu ivb iu n muu lumiiv,
AtidIt 10 DK. I.KACH. 4 tf
vrrANTICD ,tave en""' nd two slack tive
I? lOlDICTP. IUCU UWU
iTJICKASAW CUOPKRAOE CO..
pOR RENT Mreottaso, South side Fourth St
X near corner n atmngion Atnue,
M. 11. UII.liKKT,
WANTED AGENTS To solicit orders for tho
IT Fall Trade, ror lerma Rehire with rofs.
8. C. PAI.MEK, lUoomlDEton, IU.
'ANTED KXrEKIENCKD SALESMEN To
the field. Give fall particulars of what you cau
' nut lo tome capital ana ran a cam? of mnn in
ana will ao aim your lurme.
8. C. PALMER, Bloomtuirton, 111.
WASTED LOCAL AGENTS -
To loll and deliver
II on commission.
A L'ood cluuicu for a capable.
cneriintic aim irumworuiv mao.
S. C. I'AL.MEK, Bloomlngtou, III.
at the residence of Sire. J. M. Lansdcn,
Thursday Eve., June 5.
ADMIS5IOX, - - 2Co.
fPK. .., lnd'.o. nf the PruKhviorlan Phrrh
wiiliorvenrroshmt'ntt after the MiiBicaie to those
who ish, for 2o centa. I
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
ENTERED AT TUB CA1K0 POSTOKKICK FOIl
TKANSMISSrON THKOUUII THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Mr. Nat Prouty celebrated his fifty
. fourth birthday Tuesday nijjht, by enter
taining; a number of frieuda iu a royal man
ner. Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, .Jacob IClce. tf
Remember the Musicale to-nia;ht at
the residence of J. M. Lansden, Esq., and
the refreshments that will be served by the
young ladies of the Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Ben Barnhill desires his customers
to know that he has opened his meat shop
again, corner Washington and 14 th street.
It will be open morning and evening
through the Bummer. It
Yesterday a nero named Thomas
Jackson was arreBted by Chief Myers and
jailed to await the arrival of an officer
from Now Madrid where he is wanted for
burglary. A reward 8f $25 was offered for
From the report of the librarian to the
City Council at its last meeting, it appears
that the number of books in the Library
are 1,937; number taken out during the
fiscal year, 11,193; numbered received as
All the contractors having obligated
themselves to do certain filling on various
streets in the city have been instructed to
go to work as soon 89 possible. There is
considerable of this kind of work to be
done, but how can it be done in this kind
-Mr. George II. BUlock, formerly of
the firm of Blelock & Co., this city, but for
last ten years or longer in business in New
York, passed through the city Tuesday on
his way south from St. Louis where- he had
Visited his brother who built what is known
as the Blelock house, corner of Seventh and
Dr. Strong left yesterday afternoon by
rail for Cleveland, Ohio, in response to a
telegram summoning him at once to the
bedBid of his aged father who had been
lying at the point of death for several days.
The telegram did not state that the old
gentleman had died, but that was tho Dr's.
There is an unexpended balance of six
thousand tix hundred and forty-one dollars
and eleven cents in the City Treasury from
last years' tax levy, after all the expenses of
the city government aud all claims against
the city that fell due during the year were
paid. So much for the senseless cry about
the city living beyond her income.
Mr. Benjamin Rosenwater was in the
city Beveral days last week and this, and
ien iucsday mKht. lie reports his soap
manufactory at Eureka Springs in a flour
ishing condition, though not yet as fully
developed as it is intended to be. lie ltft
Eureka Springs Friday of last week, and
Bays about Mr. Koehler that he was much
improved, though there was doubt of his
Mr. Stevens, Superintendent of the
Wabash road, was in the city a week or ten
days ao and in conversation with the
Mayor he said that the promised filling on
commercial Avenue, by the company
nwiu not ue abandoned on accouut of the
receWnraViir, r.r n, . i . ... .
vlJ5 ,,,J: w-tJwj M ,ylUK
u oon aa practicable. Tl. Lt f
work will probably b: u.-, f ........
incline at the point.
In the County Court ):.' ; ..
wsiea tax cases were t,n t r i : v.
th.8 court listened to argum;.u
Mulkey for the plaintiff, in the f'f-.v,.,..,
and from Mr. Linegar for the bond hoi Vi,
In the afternoon. Tbig morning Mr. Mul
key will close the argument for tho plain
tiflfj. States Attorney Leek appears for
the County Collector and made his argu
ment Tuesday. The cases will probably be
It will not be very long now before
the Comique will have to close its doors on
Council-meeting righfi, for the want of
patrofingo. Tho Cmiucil is rapiJly throw
ing the Coniiquo in tho slmde as a enurco
of sonsationalientcrtainmcnts, and getting
up its unme as furnishing food that would
bo rather too rich for tho tastes of those ac
customed only to parlor comedy, hut is
butter Biiited to those whosu depraved tastes
will bo satisfied with nothing bhoitoftlie
variety, tinged now aud then with refined
(?) vulgarity. Truly, tho Mayor spoke
tellingly when ho said, in reply to tho runt,
ings of ono of tho gentleman, "let us first
walk, erect ourselves beforu wo attempt by
law to straighten up our brothers."
Rector P. P. Davenport was noiumated
by tho Mayor Tuesday night and confirmed
by the Council, as member of the board of
directors of the Cairo Public Library, vice
Hot. B. Y. George. Tho Mayor took occa
sion to state at the same time, that ho do-
sired tho appointment made that ui!ir,
as the board had expressed it,? need of a
man of Rector Davenport's ability, in its
laborious duties; and he stated also that
tho resignation and removal of Mr. George
was a great loss to the board, for he hud
I Itnan - . .... l i 1 . . .
J cuiucm B11U lnilUStriOUS SUi t h-
cient in all that related to tho Libiarv
xucsUay night was "hobby" night
the City Couucil. All tho Aldeimeu who
have been noted for being the special advo
cates of some special matter or lino of
policy, trotted out their favorite nnim-ils.
straddled them with much gusto and cavort
ed about in a manner that displayed the
various weaknesses nnd defects of the riders
and tho ridden in no uncertain liht. Al
derman Woodward took a round or two on
his financial horse and tho animal, boinir
comparatively fresh, stepped about briskly
enough and the track was clear enough.
out uic ruler didn't seem to feel at ease; he
didn't handle the reinB with an experienced
hand, aud ho soon had to clear the track
for others more rnM th
Mcllale stood up in his stirrups aud roared
musically and sawed the air majestically as
he urged his balky old Wabash railroad
nag into tho arena; but tho old thing was
as stubborn ns ever and he had lo retire
without making a single stake. Alderman
Putier straddled the little Narrow-gauge
broucho, tho meanest, stubbornesr, laziest,
long-wiudedest, longets cared and most gen-
erally worthless little cuss of the lot; he
got along pretty well for a little while and
loomed to staud a fair chance of getting
around in some shape or other, but, alas, he
broke down at the half-mile stake in the
first heat and the cuss was conducted buck
to his 8tnll to be rubbed down for another
occasion, while the rider proceeded to paint
the city red and black, just for lm own
amusement and for the edification of the
world at large, iu which pleasant past time
he was ably assisted by Aldermen Wood,
Woodward and Mcllale. The circus is
advertised for another cxhfbition nt-xt
Tuesday, when the trained auimals will
perhaps bo iu better trim and the riders
better skilled. The public is invited. Ad.
mission free. No improper characters will
be admitted; but this restriction cioes not
apply to any of the Aldermen themselves,
of course not. But it is necessary to add
that those who do attend must not be over
fastidious iu their tastes. We would advise
them to fortify themselves before band by
partaking liberally of the rich morsals to
be found generally in abundance in the
Police Gazette, so that they u.ay not flinch
when their ears are assailed by the bursts
of racy rlkt ric that will flow from the
lips of the truly good members of the Coun
cil. The Convention.
Cuicaoo, Juue 4.-11 :;J0 a. m.-Conven-tion
called to order at 11 . -17 a. m. Ocn'l
Sherman has telegraphed Ex Senator Hen
derson, saying that he would not accept
nomination if offered and would not icrve
11:43 a. m. Cummi.tee on Credentials
reported could not make report complete
till afternoon or evening.
3:00 p. m. -General Jno. Ii. Henderson,
ol Missouri, recommended by committee on
permanent orauizitinn for permanent
Chairman, and elected without opposition.
nc was compromise candidate between
Blaine and anti-151aine factions. Convention
adjourned till 7 p. m.
7:30 p. m. Convention assembled at 7
o'cluck. CtunmittecB on Credentials and
resolutions not ready to report yet. Com
mittee on Resolutions not yet agree 1 on
h.rm of tariff plank. It i thought now
balloting will not begin till Friday.
7:33 p. m. Committee on Credentials
reports not ready to make full report to
Convention this evening.
7:53 p. m. Convention adjourned till
10 a. m. to-morrow.
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Wues in Sr. Loti', Call on Them. 5
IN COLD BLOOD.
Albert White, Jr., Shot and Instant
ly Killed by tj, Barber at
The Departure of the Team of American
Athletes Who Are to Astonish
Finding of the Bodies of Twenty-One
Children Buried on the Grounds
of a Mission Home.
A Barbarous Act.
Mkxico, Mo., June 4. Albert White.
Jr., proprietor of the Perry Stage Lino
iiom mu city, uud a brother to It
r U'i I, ...
i. HuUe, euitor of tho Mexico
Ld,jer, was shot and iustantly
Miieu at rerry, Kails County,
j.v a oaruer named A. K
r.ydo, about seven o'clock this
There is no known cause for the mur
der as there had never been a ditrkutty
between them so far as learned, aud
u. uiSul luey were seen on the
streets conversing. Tho murderer Is
about forty years old, and is said
to be known in the town where the deed'
was committed, as a sort of bully
Young White stood well In this commu
nity, whero he resided, he behig a sun of
Albert White, one of the wealthiest farm
ers in Audrain County. Hyde was ar
reted at once. Mr. White's bodv will
be brought here this cveuiug.
To Astonish John Bull.
Nkw Yokk, June 4. Tho team of
American amateur athletes who are ex
pected to astonish the English ruuuers
uud walkers will sail on tho steamer Aura
nia. The members of the team are L. E.
Myers, 11. Fredericks and Arthur Wal
dron, of the Manhattan Athletrc Club, and
I'. T. Murray, of the Williamsburg Ath
letic Club. Myers is making his second
trip, having beeu to England in lSsl ; he
ran in all eleven races, and
lost one that the 100 yard chain,
pionship. He Is without ilnnht
the fastest amateur runner for one-fourth
oi a nine iu tne world. Arthur Waldron
is the 100-yard champion of America, and
has a record of ten and one-eighth see
onds for the distance. II. Fredericks Is
the champion milo-runner and has a
record of 4 mado In a dead heat with
James Gilford. Frank P. Murray is
champion mllc-walker, and has the
best record In the world for an amateur
at one aud two miles and the bet In
America at three miles, lie is a remark
ably fair walker. The team will make
their llrst apiearanee on English soil on
July 5, on the Lillie Bridge Urouuds,
London, when the llrst joint meeting of
the Manhattan Athletic Club and South
London Harriers will be held. The team
wlil be accompanied by G. L. M.
Saehs and probably II. IS. pjke and G. .
Avoy. V. II. Meek of the West Side
Athletic Club, and the seven aud twenty,
live mile champion walker, will leave
for England Saturday to participate In
tne l-.ngiish championship held June '21
aud 2o, on the Aseot lower
Birmingham. Tho club of which Meek is
a member, only decided to send him to
r-.ngianti when they learned that the con
tract between the Manhattan Athletic
Club aud South London Harriers pre
vents any member of the team w hich sails
to-day from competing in any other games
than those given by the latter club. That
contract will of course prevent their com
peting in the championship. Meek is
twenty-two years old and five feet six
and one-half inches tall, and weighs In
condition iau pounds, lie Is strong, has
a long, easy and rapid stride aud is said
to be the fairest walker iu the country.
He won the seven mile walk at the cham
pionship games last season. He has been
competing as a walker for three years
and has won a majority of the races In
which he entered.
A Ghastly Find.
II.v.MMoNTo.v, X. J., Juue i. There is
much excitement here over the liudiug of
the bodies of twenty-one children burled
in a plot of ground at the Mission Home,
a sanitarium conducted by MNs Nivl.son
for the purpose of raising waifs and chil
dren out of charity. It is alleged the
deaths were from Improper care and
A BiU ia Equity Filed.'
rrrT.si!Li:;n, I'a., June 4. A bill of
equity was filed In the United .States Cir
cuit Court thN morning by the Hussey
Manufacturing Company of Pittsburgh
against William In-ering & Company of
Chicaao and others, asking an injunction
restricting them from infringing on tho
patent attachments on mowing ma
chines. The case was Used for ar"uuienJ
The game of cricket between the Phila
delphia and the Dublin University clubs
resulted In a draw.
The fonr et mill at South Harr. Minn
called the Ware Kiver Mill, was destroyed
by lire. Loss, fcW,0'j0.
A stranger (stricken with paralysis In
liuftalo had .l,i:;i; on his person, wriir.ne.l
in a Shelbyvllle (111.) newspaper.
The Attorn y-(;eii(.ral of t!if. stnti- ol
IVimsylvania has gone to Pittsburgh t-
Investigate the Penu Hunk failure.
The Atchison, Topeka & Hunt Fc llnU
has given the rerjuired notice of it win,,
drawal from the transcontinental j,ot,i,
Delegates l the (Georgia State Convt-n-tlou
are all known to he lorTIMen. Thr-e-fourths
of the counUes no InntrotU:'!.
Liberty Hall, the home of the laU
Alex II. Stephens, lm j.j
to Hie Stephen Moriuinent AiVii.lutw,
The gavel use.l at the Chicug., Convi-ii'
tion was made of wooIh from very .Sun
and Territory In the Unite-.! States, ond
The funerals of four of the victim of
the ltalllinore warehouse Ulsanter took
place Monday. Two bodied uro tii i
The bill for the lusui
people against acchlinia i,n. i..
proved hy a commission of
K. . I Hitter, of St. I,,,,!, hw (.,.
elected Presklent of ite lnuriiadoiml
1 ypographical Union, now In m:t,N0 Ilt
The United States Court at I.ilHvllle
.v.'"?olJa 1 C"rn'!"1 J'K'i t"r
611,000 damages against the nuinir
t.'has. Morgan. ,
London, Juno 4. The East London
Aquarium, at Ulsbopsgatc, was de
stroyed by lire this morulng. Some of
the animals wero saved, but It was neces.
sary to shoot others. The roaring of the
burning beasts was terrible. The no
torious hangman Marwood's collection of
The steamship Frisla passed thu Lizard3
this morning, signaling tliut she had
passed the Lloyd steamer Main with an
engino shaft broken, but making good
headway under sail. Passengers well.
LivKitrooL, Juno 4. A cotton ware
house coutaiuing 5,000 bales, owned by
Zerega, has been burniug all day.
I. VI Kit,
LiVKiti'ooi., Juue 4. The tiro was ex
tlnguished tliis evening. Ten thousand
bales of cotton were burned.
Cairo, June 4.-In consequence of
Suakim report! to the effect thut Os-
mau Digma Is receiving large acces-
sious to his lorees. and that mora Hrlt.
Ish troops ar! ueeessary to resist him
General Siephou.-o.i has ordered two'
hundred and lifiy murines stationed ut
I'ort aui to proceed to Miaklm. Thev
are now embarking.
1'aiiis, Juue 1.-A n.au supposed to be
a discharged tmphnc attacked and se.
vcrely beat ex-Khedive Ismail Pushu t
the Palais Koval OarV.t'n lo-dav.
Paws, June 4.--Th- iLief dynamiters
declare that ih.t airn, r u( the Loudon
explosions haw escaped vndare now safe.
Another outrag.; h s 'jee.t idauned.
Di'uux, Jiiiic 4..Tlf I ri.;u Executive
says the Go en n. -! t ia the future will
uot permit t ie irau' c ni u to hold Na
tional meetings. Tho I. njlfiJts of tho
orth oi Ireland are indignant. The x-
prtM says trie liovt rnmeul has condi
tionally surrendered to th - party of se
dition. The Fr euimCa Journal applauds
the Go eminent.
Picked Up on the Sheets of Buffalo.
Siii.i.iivviu.i:, Iu.., June 4. Tho dead
body of Henry J. L. Heynolds, formerly a
pension claim agent In thin citv. was
picked up on the .streets of Buffalo, X. Y.,
this morning with Sl.noo on his person.
Heynolds recently went to Toronto, Can
ada, to escape charges of alleged pension
frauds. He was heir to ,an estate In
Louisiana worth over a million dollars,
which was wrested from him by laud
sharks. His only living relative Is a sister
at Opelouas, La.
Eno Still in Custody,
lii Kin-c, June 4. The counsel of John
C. Kuo demanded the discharge of their
client, but the Judge will hold the pris
oner until to-morrow to obtain evidence.
Grain and Provisions.
WEDNEtfDA V, JUNE 4, 1884.
CorroN-Steaiiy; miililliuif. IHiailVc
h.oi.'k hteiulv: XXX lo ciinii'i. a iv?.j rv
VtiiKAT-l.ower: No. 'I Ked, tl.W41ai.Ce;
No. A Ked, !K!W4C.
(.oK.n-Stroiorer; No. 3 mixed, SlVSMc;
No. i whiu-vmixeJ, STS'iTe.
Oats .Steady; No. 2, Jaiio.
Kve Nominal; No. i. 5tc.
ToBAiro-Firin; luirs oommon to choice,
fj...v.41U.0n: leHf; common n-l leaf, ts.wa
10.KI; uieilinui to (food tli.-V 17.50.
llAV-l'rtiirie 11.00 for prune; tl2.0Ofil3.0O
for choice; mixed, fUYnn for commou w
prune: timothy tials for prime to fancy.
HLTTKit-Wt'iik: choice to fancy creamery
lMiil'-'c: dairy, choice to fancy, ltaitte; low
Kikis .Htcadv. at lilo.
Potatoks-Ncw firm at U.MiSM per bar
rei lor choice and amyttc per hu.
i'oiiK iiiM: ntundard mess, tlfl.7y&17.00;
L tun Dull: prime steam. 7Vo.
HAco.N-Loinfs, o-.tu-ssc; thorti, 6VaSe
clerti ribs. Mil: '.c.
Wool TuO-washed. ehnleo. XXtmu.- fui.
304:ilc; dinify and low SMt-tai. Unwashed
Choice medium, re; (rood average medium
Mi.Mc; selected li(fbt tine Mt&c; (rood av
(tai'fi, IJy.lsc; heavy i:)Qi6c; combing,
bio .m, Kiu'lc: combimr, low grades, lyjlsc,
HlDES-lJuiet; dry nint, ltH-.c; darn-aifi-d,
l-l'jcj hulls or ctairs, 10c; dry
salted. l:;c: dry (Killed, dainaifed, 10c; kin and
calf, salted. s',c; damuird, eic; bulls and
u4c; green, uncurcd,
ftliKKP PKl.TS Steadv: tmn. fftw.wu. j..
do, 41) 70c, as to amount ami quality of wool
Krecn Shearluiifs, lie; dry do, loai5c; lamt)
w HF.T-lllK"er; o. 2 IOmI Jno. II 01-
f l.i. "
Autimt, tl.tfi; S.iJtembcr,
Cons Lower; No. 2 mixed, June, Wic
July, istw: AuKUt, wc; Septemher.
, ,T?-si,t'B:l': N.'Vi-'- "il, June, 373Wo:
July, K' jc; AuKiist, .i,r. '
I'liovirilONS I'ork-Uull; spot mens, $17 00
&17.&J; Lurd Hiifhi r; bicuiii. June, f.-S.
WriEAT-I,ower; June, H7Ve; July, W):a
Wo: Auifii-'l, l c; 8eiti-mlNr, !il ',c
C'oiiNWi alter; June, Mc; July SH'.c
August, f7VC; fepUTiiher, ',',. '
OATK-.-itca.ly; .lime. :ti',c; July.aj'ie; Au
gust, U'.fc.-; t-''ii;mlM-r,27'4c.
1'OKK-Kirmer, June. ?l!l.20; Juiy, t9 20
AuiruHt, f IW.au; Ocloln-r, 17.ho. '
Laiio Firmer; June, fn.05; July. 8 17't
Aut-UHt, fM.;nj; year, 17.1(5. "
Hiioiit Kiim June, fH.av July, tM.35"
AuKunt, t.lt'i. ' '
Live Stock Markets.
IIOOM ItecelptA, H..7I0: 1(1!!
llvlit. li.li".iAii rouifh nucklmr. t ire.
lii iivy piieklu Hfid (duppinir, $.ri.lo.)
I Arn.K-Kecejpm, t,;Jn; corn fed Hteody
Hi d otln r wi u ier; exK)i-m, t'1.7iK!(,7.IO; xood
lo choice (.InppliiK, KI.VH.iS; common to
MIKKI'-lleecipH, Z,Ut); Btcudv; (ffiod to
cliolec, t I .Vii i.lu; coiiiiiion to no il.iiiu W.unitJ
CA-iTi.r.-lieei ipM, i,vt; uixxi ntcuily; mo
ijliiin weak and lower; unlive mcerH, u
ftt uvnrmt'U .IOit.l; do, UM to l.L'iO
ll; iivi-rme, f ; mi
llo,-Ue...pN, 11,'IMI; cteHdy; lotrt of 177
lo :il'l ll. HVeiae, I.VOii.lU; llllllnh
hin.Ki -IH!ee.t, !ij market nuletitnd tin
I AfTl.r.-rneliiiriifed; irooil to cholco
hO.tii. 1ilwnJi i; if'xwl Ui eominiin, MWJ
t,ti; iiullvi) Meki r, .l miriW.ai; choliw, M.Hft
44..; unt Ui choice winte red Tearm, t6.(t$
f.ur.t.1'-lTlcii raler, hut not ffijotnhly
low.ir; common lo choice idicep weltrhlnir
lr.: pound"', ffc.ii Info lor lo fuir, 2.lkift.rin,
ni-Mrki'f dull and lower; good to
nliolee Vorkcu. ti.:S'i.;tf; Mir to iuihIIuiii
',.ift, n) hiileh' i n" Krwlm, p.Pl'i Ml.
Money nd Stock.
.trim;'; , irr. riry H n l ISIUIiI; 4H. oounon. ILiT
tt.'i: 'lo, lll't
'i . .. Vt '-J -li n . i'u'lr anl
- . - i ............. .. .ii niucrvRnr
HHin loit; owim
it u.i k and loverleli
iruu.u now prcvnlllng;
tlie 15-Ceilt ffaUZO Tlnilprslih-f
Si ii mer Hosiery is complete comprisiii?Tisle
Thread, Balbriggan and Silk Half-Hose.
0 W D A TIT
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty. U8
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "l-'nlaco" Clothier.
Commencing MAY 2Cth and for this week only.
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
oO pes Gimrhams, 10c : worth 12 mid
50 pes Victoria Lawns, 10, 12
j0 pes India Linens, 12 1-2,
1UU batin l arasols, line!
iJt5 V"eLKLU aiusW)Ks. i", ii' i-i', 15, 17 and 20c.
2.) pes fancy Sateens. 25c; worth 35c.
p pes Tongue Hlks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c.
100 Siltin Pni'iisnl inpil ntfi-nn. nn
50 Elegant Uiwade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00:
worth 80.00. '
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at reatlv
reduced prices. J
BARGAINS for EVEKYBODY this week, at
Bhd Cages, Ikth Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ag-ent for Adams & West lake Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
afe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
loin Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
los. 27 & "33,
TELEPHONE NO. 20.
OFFICE: Room No.
73 OHIO LEVEEJ,
liverpoi 1 and Londo.i Globe,
Gertnacia Fire Ins. Co.,
S)Mngfi'ia V. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's i?ire Ins. Co,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Bruslies, Glass, Whitlow Shades, Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av., bet. 8th & 9th Sts.
uuuu 1 urno" at seasonable Rates
tlfllorees boarded and well cured
TELEI'UONK NO. 133.
LSM wear Underwear from
tn a. 6- nn tk.ii..:
1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
and trimmed with lace. 82.50-
T . , '."All. 1 W
7 n ti
, -:- TIN,
U I 1
and gate Ware,
i, 31. & 0. Ii. R. Buildina
- - CAIRO, ILL.
New York Underwriter's Agency,
German-American Ins. Co.,
City of London,
Amazon Ins. Co.,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
CLARK & LOYETT,
- Oils, - Tarnishes,
Telephone No 103
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chas. T. Newland and
II. T. Gerould.)
Plumb, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
OA1UO. : : : ILL.
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
tna let pntnp ever Inventnrt
Nnw (Ih riiti...
a 10 oraor.
Old Mxtarct replred and
tSTJobblnj promptly attunded to