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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKAflflfG, JUNE 10, 1884.
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPKtt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
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TKANSMI88ION THROUGH TDK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Council meeting to-night. A. new
Chief will be appointed, and a new Street
Oil Stoves at Davidson's, at cost. It
Several young people are getting up a
telect German for Thursday night at Tern
Mr. Wm. Ludwig has rented a house
at Creal Springs and installed his family
there for the summer months.
Oil Stoves at Cost, at Davidson's. It
Capt. Charles T. Hind was in the city
yesterday on business. He was formerly
in the wbarfboat business here.
Tbe new police force will be on duty
after to-day. Their bonds will bo approv
ed at the Council meeting to-night.
Ice, wood an l kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klee. tf
Miss Mamie Corliss has returned home
to Epenrt vacation from Cincinnati, where
the has been attending the Acadey of
A brand new Anchor Line Bteamer
came down on her first trip yesterday.
She is called the Bayou Sara, and she is the
largest boat in the line.
A. P. Schroeder, the F. K., is in St.
Louis and may make a tour of inspection
through the West before he returns. (P.
S. F. K. stands for Flourishing.)
Miss Emma LiCrone aud Miss Mary
Irvin are in Chester, Ills., on a visit of a
week, at the end of which time Mis3 La
Crone will go to her home in Effingham.
Isn't it a new idea, to order Ohio Levee
raised two or three feet and then propose to
do the work by special assessment against
the property that will be damaged rather
than benefited bv doing it?
JuJie Baker convened Circuit Court
again yesterday afternoon, and disposed of
several motions. He will hold Court again
to-day and probably for several after, for
the same purpose as yesterday.
If the leading Republican papers of
the country knew whereof they spoke and
spoke what they knew, then Blaine's doom
and that of Lis party is sealed. These papers
have Slid that neither the Germans, the
Prohibitionists nor the Independents will
vote for him. The Germans alone could
beat him, and if we may judge from the
utterances of the German press, they will.
Judgment has now been rendered
against all property upon which the assessed
taxes remains unpaid and the sale of the
property of delinquents will begin Monday
next at tue C.mrt House. There aro s dd to
1. 1 . t . 1 1 t nr
oe ouyers lor all mere wm oe ouereu anu 8UnJ Qear door jUBt 89 Li8 wife appear
that therefore the sale will not last longer ed aad denied thjt Bbe WM not s,)h wy.
than one day. Delinquents should there- tbftt her huslmd had abuged and 8iap.
fore heed the notice of Collector Hodges, in ped her ..Where's the nmruks to show
special locals, and pay up at once. furret? 8Srcaaticauy an(1 smilingly asked
-The Superintendent of the Street Rail- the worser half, addresing himself to the
way, in order to accommodate tho Singer moo" and to his victim collectively. But
and Box Factory employes and others, will jjrs. McA. retired, and an officer closed
commence this morning to have the first tue door aad the "mob" retired a disap
car leave the depot on Twenty-eighth Street pointed "mob" disappointed at not being
atC o'clock a. m.; and returning will leave permitted to witness the rumpus. All was
Commercial Avenue and Fourth Street at qUiet during the remainder of the night,
C:23, and Eighth Street at 8:30. This but yesterday afternoon the air was again
doubtless will be a convenience to many reat by shrill screams Issuing from the
citizens who have to make early morning game Bhoe shop. Chief Myers was near at
trips up or down town. hand and, rushing into the shop, found
There will be a Rounion ot Mexican I
"War Veterans at Vandalia. 111.. June 18th I
and 19tb, 1884, and alt Veterans of the!
Mexican war, Black Hawk and Florida I
ware, are requested to be there and have a I
grand old time. This will be the largest!
gathering of tho old "Vets" ever held in
the State. Fail not to come. Good speak -
era and good music will be with us. Col,
Ferris Forman, President; Capt. J. W.
Hartley, Secretary State Association.
Since the announcement that a Dixon
Springs hen laid an egg marked with the
letter "I," the initial of her native state,
there has been another epidemic of natural
freaks in this hoe. The latest is, that a
MiBW,ppi County, Mo... hen laid an esc
that had a nicklo imbeded in the yolk. A
man must be rruii.,i. 1
vhat anrh .:.. 4 . 1 , . " .
or . . bV 01 ft(,y but a Ulxon
'"-. irean ot nature. It is not.
jjui u is one 01 iiiosy equally rare things, a
Tim smiHii; at 1 r..
mo squalliest day of the year was vea-
terday. The weather was unsettled and
"indisposed" and as much inclined to be aB
tinamiable as the Lord would let it, as our
city dads have been for icveral weeks past.
We invoke the shades of Tice and of all
the spirit weather-prophets who have gone
to thunder with him, to savo us from any
more such beastly distemper in the clouds
above. But it may be, and we are not dis
posed to deny it, that tbe elements drew
their iuspiratioQ from the City Council, in
which case the cause must be removed be
fore a betterment can be reasonably ex
pected. Let u, therefore, have no repeti
tion of last mretiog to-night. We ask it,
gentlemen of the City Council, in the name
of the people, of good sense and of
The Prohibitionists will hold a SKto
Convention on the 18th instant at Bloom
ington for the purpose- of nominating a
state ticket and sending delegates to a Na
tional Convention. It is uedcrstood now that
no delegation will be sent from this county
that, in fact, no organized action will bo
taken by the Prohibitionists here in the
pending camp tign. Moral ami intellectual
or educational suasion will probably prove
more effectual weapons against iutemper
anco than legislative prohibition has ever
been or can ever be.
Clemeiite, the mr.n who was arrested
last week upon the charge of robbing a man
named Joe Martin, of Bard well, Ky., of a
gold watch, in this city some time ago, has
been set free after "turning up" the stolen
watch. This has been termed "a piece of
fine detective work" and we are not dis
posed to deny that it was such. But we
are of the opinion and we venture to ex
press that opinion without fear of contra
diction that it would not take auy consid
erable quantity of this sort ot "fine detec
tive work" to do this community in fact
the less we have of it the better.
Tho steamer Hudson, Capt. Griffith in
command, is regularly in the trade to St.
Louis; and should be remembered by Cairo
shippers both up the Ohio and Mississippi.
It is often a matter of great convenience to
travelers and shippers to know when to ex
pect a boat one that makes all the land
ings, believes that all mankind have rights
that should be respected, and that's the kind
of boat the Hudson is. Her officers, one
and all, are courteous and deservedly pop
ular with all classes. Her cooks are the
very best and the tables and general wants
of passengers are carefully looked after.
We speak from experience. There is not a
boat on the river on which the general com
fort and convenience of passengers are mora
completely provided for than on the Hud
son. It is the intention of her owners to
keep her in the trado between Shawnee
town and St. Louis, and to soon give her a
general enlarging and overhauling. She
passes Cairo every Saturday night on her
way to St. Louis and every Thursday even
ing to Metropolis, Paducah and Shawnee
town on her return trip. We commend her
to the traveling public who desire good
treatment and comfort and to business men
generally and those of Cairo in particular
who should favor her in every way possible,
in making shipments of freight either
through or to way points and thus add to
the inducements to keep her in the trade.
Tom McAlpine, the Eighth Street shoe
maker, made things interesting for a while
in his neighborhood Sunday night and yes
terday morning. It is a case of domestic
infilicity. Sunday night loud screams of
'murder," etc., were heard for squares
around the shop, interrupted at short
intervals by ringing slaps, ana when a
crowd gathered at the door Mr. McAlpine
stood in front, his arms folded over his
chest, smiling serenely .at the mob" as he
termed it, while sobs came ftom within the
shop. "She's dthrunk" said Mr. McA.,
"an' she's as much of a fool as the mob is
and the mob is as much of a fool as she
is;" and he settled himself down on a
Mr. McAlpine scuffling with bis wife with
the evident purpose of striking her. When
the Chief attempted to part them Mr. McA
turned upon him suddenly and it was not
till Oflicer McTigue and Mr. Charles
Gayer and others interfered that McA. sub
mitted to arrest. In Magistrate Comings
1 court subsequently Mr. McA. pleaded guilty
J to using abusive language to the Chief; but
he pleaded "not guilty" to the charge of
striking .his wife, saying that ho had not
struck her at 1ItJ Baid that when 'et
mere ls 1 he hai1 resolved never to strike
or aoUS hi 0wn sUtcr nor aDyne
B1Bter. ana not 10 see anyone eise ao u wim
out trying to prevent it or resent it; and he
08,1 faithfully lived up to this noble resolu
I l(m- e would no' strike his wife and ho
I had not struck her; he had only taken hold
I of her wirsts and made her Blap herself with
her own hands. Being asked if his wife
had slapped herself so hard (with his kind
assistance) as to produce the several black
I snots about both her eves, he Baid he didn't
I know, but insisted that sho should be
i.,.n. ,i.....arrir.n ,
I and That he was not guilty of striking her
I ?ta11- But the court accepted his word for
it and fined him f 25 and cobis for helping
his wife to strike herself, or permitting her
10 ao bo, as the case might be, and f 5 ani
costs for abusive laniruaL'e unwardsof 14
in all, which Mr. McA. concluded to serve
out In the city calaboose. Mr. McA. Is
little lady who enjoys the respect ef those
who know her well, and she would hn en-
tirely helpless in the hands of her husband
wtio is much the larger and sinowy.
THE FOUNDATION STONE.
The Emperor of Germany Partlol
pates In An Interesting Pub
The Beilineao Attest Their Loyalty bj
Wearing Their Store Clothes in
The Troublesome Complications in the
Egyptian Question in Process
ISkujun, June 0. The foundation stouo
of the new palace of the llelehstag, or
Imperial Parliament house, was laid to
day amid great rejoicing. The ceremony
began at noon. The streets were thronged
vlth eager crowds In holiday attire. Trl
umphul arches were erected at various
points along the route taken by the Em
peror. Windows aad baicoules were gay
with flowers and banner. A brilliant as
semblage will gather In the new building.
Emperor William, accompanied by the
Crown 1'xlnce and Prluccss aud other
members of the Imperial family were in
attendance, together with the niunerous
staff, comprising Fleliiaf&rgJuda and many
Generals, Knights of the Black Eagle and
Court, and of veteran officers who distin
guished themselves in tbe franco-Gorman
War. Near tho Emperor stood Bismarck
with the other Ministers of State, and
members of the Federal Council. Mem
bers of the Reichstag aad the municipal
authorities oi Berlin wore also preseut.
The exercises commenced by singing a
hymn In which Bismarck joined heartily.
In tho middle of the ceremony rain be
gan to pour down, but the crowd kept
up its enthusiasm, and seemed deter
mined not to allow the weath
er to mar the occasion.
Bismarck, hatless and completely
sodden by the rain, continued to read
the imperial order In a bold strong
voice. The Kmperor In the order says he
Is hopeful of peace being maintained ut
home and abroad, as there is nothing ut
present to dhsturb Germany's frleudly
relations with other powers.
The scene was an imposing one, espec
ially to foreign spectators, of the touch
ing enthusiasm of the Bcrlinese for their
sovereign. The Emperor laid the stone
In the usual fashion and briefly declared
the ceremony performed.
Tbe Emperor showed signs of fatigue
before the conclusion aud looked very
pule. The foundation stone will not be
built into the wall, bnt will form the base
of a monument to be built In the shape
of an obelisk.
Loxion, June 9. In the game of la
crosse between the American and Cam
bridge teams the Americans won, the
score standing six goals to nothing.
London, June 9. In the House of
Commons this afternoon Mr. Gladstone
n answer to a question as to whether
the published statements that an agree
ment had been airived at between France
ind England on the Egyptian question
were true, said that negotiations are be
ing carried on by the French and
Kugllsh governments with a view to ar
riving at a preliminary understanding in
regard to the points to be discussed at
the forthcoming conference, and that tbey
bad made such progress that he hoped to
ue able to consult with interested powers
in a few days, when the final agreement
would be arrived at. He cautioned mem
bers of the Honse against accepting tbe
erroneous versions of an alleged agree
ment which are being published.
London, Juue7. The Tall Mall Gazette
this afternoon published the alleged full
text of the Anglo-French agreement on
the Egyptian question. According to tbe
terms of this paper England is to ad
vance the Khedive 8,ooo,000 on which
Bhe will receive the Interent at the rate of
four per cent., interest to be guaranteed
jy Impounding oi tbe rreucb sinking
und to the extent necessary to meet tue
next obligation. At same time there
will be a slight reduction iu in
terest on the unified debt of Egypt,
which reduction will probably nearly
qual the new charges ou the fund. The
Kultan of Turkey will garrison the lied
Sea ports and will send 15,000 troops to
pacify the Soudan and Upper Egypt. The
British occupation of Egypt will last
Jhrcc years from the first of January
next. Joint and multiple control of
Egypt by the powers directly Interested
has been also agreed upon, but the length
of its duration is not yet deilmtely
London, June 9. The police are on
the track ol the miscreant who caused
the recent explosions.
The man arrested at l arrow is reported
to have been connected with the explo
sions. Troops are being concentrated at
the lilrmlngham Jail to prevent the res
cue oi tue cyuannters, Daly, Egan and
McDonnell. I ho number oi sentries
have been doubled.
Dublin, Juno 9. The trial of six
Westmeath murder conspirators began
Ediniu rc.h, June 9. In the game ol
cricket to-duy the gentlemen of Scotluud
beat the rhlludelphias five wickets.
Viknna, June 9. There was an elec
tion riot at Mlcdspcll. Hungary. Five
persons were killed two wounded.
1'r.Ki.v, June 9. The Ambassadorship
to France has been canceled aud the con
elusion of the treaty with France con
dumned. Preparations for defense con
JEKFKRSON ClTY, Mo., Juno 9. Up tO
to-day twenty-five counties havo selected
delegates to the State Convention. These
counties have 82 votes, divided among the
various candidates as follows; Marina
duke, CI ; Bashaw, 13; Phelps, 1; Camp
A Cool Reception.
Boston, Mass., June 9. The Maine
and California delegates arrived In this
elty this morning. Their reception bero
was very cool, no prominent Rcpub
llcans meeting inein at the depot. The;
toft for Angasta by special train at eievef
Goal Miner' Convention.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Juuo 9. A conven
tion of coal miners will be held at Mouon J
gahela City to-morrow, to Ox a mining
rate and couslder the advisability of strik
ing agalust reductions. Delegates are
expected to be present from every mine
in the four pools.
Boston, Mass., Juuo a. Tho Troy &
Boston Itoad has withdrawn from the
Hoosac Tunnel Line. The latter will ba
opened in the interest ot the Wabush,
West Shore, Grand Truuk, the Boston,
Hoosac Tunnel & Western and the Fitch
Leseueur and tlxe Old Ticket.
' Llxloton, Mo., June 9. The Demo
cratic County Convention met here to
day and elected delegates to the Jeffer
son City and St. Louis State Conven
tions. The delegates to the former aro
solid for Leseoeur lor Secretary of
State, and to the latter for the old
Mobile, Ala., June 9. Texas fever has
broken out among Jersey cattle at Blos
som farm here, and carried off the fine
bull Gildoroy Wednesday, aud claimed a
recently imported yearling Friday. Two
other Jerseys at the same farm are sick.
A great deal of money Is invested here tn
this breed, aud the owners are much ex
ercised about the outbreak.
Body of an Unknown Kan In Benton
Sr. Louis, Mo., June 9. The body of
an unknown man was found drowned in
the pond In Benton Park this morning.
The deceased was flfty-tlve or sixty y e irs
of age, live feet eight inches high, smooth
ifull face, bald head with frluge of light
hair; wore black sack coat and gray
woolen pantaloons. A stiff felt, high
crowned hat was found lloating In the
pond, aud Is supposed to belong to the
Into the Enemy's Camp.
Cincinnati, O., June 9. The sscol
the Xr.M-Juurnal to John It. McLean, of
'the Ewjuirtr was coullrmed yesterday,
aud at noon McLean took eh irgo of tho
paper which eighteen months since was
established in opposition to him as a
Democratic organ. The Vn, which ho
started last week Is merged with the
Xaes-Joumal, which appeared yes
terday morning as a two-cent paper.
The new paper will have little or no poll
tics. What will ultimately be done with
It Is not yet made public.
drain and Provisions.
MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1SS4.
Cotton Steady; mlddlnifr. Il'i311,o.
Ki.oi.-K Sternly; XXX. to choke, f&iV&i.GS;
Whbat-Lower; No. 2 Red, tl.OH'i'ftl.O'J;
No. 3 Ued, VK&ttc
Cobn Lower: No. 2 mixed, M.dfi2ac;
No. S white rniJied, 57,4(5-'Wie.
OAT-8U'rtily: No. . aiiSic.
lire Nominal: No. i Wit-'iTo.
Tobacco Firm; Iuks common to choice,
$5.754610.00; lettf; common red leaf, f(.(w5s
lo.oo; medium u frood fn!.,Vdl7.50.
HAV Prulrle flU.UO forurnne; $11.0012.00
lor choice; mixed, iv&l. Tor common to
prime: timothy 1117.U) for prime to fancy.
buttbh tuk: cuorce to mucy cmum-rv
lSutlHc: dalrr. choieo to funny. i4MW;: li
kkis Mady. at uy.ll He
Potato Eft New firm at $.').C03.U!5 ner bar.
rei for cboiue aud 1.0C&1.07'iC per cm.
Pokk Dull: standurd mew, fl8.7517.00:
bard Hide. $13.50.
Lard Dull; prime stentn, 7asc.
Uacojt Loinrs. 'wy'lc; snorts. B'aOKo:
Clent ribB. HHSC.
woou Tun-waithed. choice, alrauwc: fair.
30&llc; ill i i(fy and low 'MaO). Unwaalied
2U4.'lc; mjIi-cu.i1 Hirht line lu&Jue; rood av-
(ittrfe, l.'rsinc; neavy liKtfioc; combing, H
UlocM, a'le: coinlilPir, low gradea, lialSc.
hides vuik: ory mm, l&join'ic: dim-
aired, life Use: bulls or smir. 10c: drv
aMiled. Vic: dry Dalto-1, damaged, 10c; kip imiU
cm i, suitea. ssc; usmtured, c; Dulls and
bukh, 6J,e; grtoeu, uucured, 7!-ic; damaged.
.Shkkp 1'Ei.Tft Steady: srreen. ?0flS0e: drv
do, UktiOc., as to amount aud quality of wool;
green Bhearliutrs, 16c; dry do, l(16v; lmuu
Wheat Weaker: No. 2 Kefl. Juno, tl nft?
July. fl.itiV: Auuust. tl.uv .s..iii.n,t...r
'fl.Uti; October, $!.,.
Uok.h Meady; No. 2 mixed. June. fi2kc:
July, Mc: Amrust, MSo; Seplemtu r, Xu,
oats steady: jno. i, mixed. June. T..c:
July, 37c; AuKtist, UG 'ic
provisions rork Uull: Boot menu. 17.00
117.W; Lard-HlKtier; steam, June, fM.
( UICA JO.
Wheat Steady; June. c: Julv.
Allium, i 'y.t'i vie; oepuMiioer, vl.
UOKfi Bieauy; June, oio; July. aoc: Au.
gust, 675c; September,
UATD-neuKcr; June, Ji'tc; July. XlV4o:
Auirust,2Uc; year, 27'4c
I'imk miner; June, $19.U0: Julv.
$i.a6; August, ia.:io.
L.AKD neiiKcr; June, fn.ny, July,
riiiouT lUH.s Juno. tH.x: July.
Live Stock Markets.
liOOS-Keoelnts, 15.(10): active and firm: inffi
.Hie niKiier; num. u.ioit.i.i; rouifh nucklnir.
f-Vi'). 40 heavy packing and shipping, $5.50
LA'lTLK iteceipts, i,:wu; steady nut weaker;
exports, fM.iiOifciSX,; Kood to choice,
tis.iKKiUi.rjO; common to fair. f.U'Mid.OU.
Smm:p IteceipU, l,4nu j steady ; common to
Cat n. K I'ncliuntfed; (ro.id to eholco
steers. ti!.UH"b).iu; irood to common. 4.fmu&
5.su; native stoekers, :l.su(it4.i'i; choice, f4.H5
i; good to elioicc wintered Texan, f.'i.umia
Sheep Prices easier, mil not iiuotubly
lower; common to choice sheep weighing
92 pounds, .i.uu; iniornir to lair, C.'.fiiKiM.im,
Hons Market dull and lower: irood to
Choice. Yorkers, KtJSMiAMi poor to medium
$.mt!o.2n; uutcners grades, .i.wifl..f0.
Catti.k Receipts, 1,100; sliipplnir weak; Iflo
lower: native steers, l."0 i to l..lo lbs. avenue.
$ii.ii0aH.40; do, H iii to 1,100 lbs. average, fl.lWi
G.MI: cows. MSiAM.
lions Receipts, s,'O0; weak and lower; lots
ot ii io i.'.i ins. average, i.i;','HU.uo;
hiiKKi' Iteeetpts, lHOj wenk; nullves of 02
Money and Stock Market.
New Yoiik, June 7. Money II per cent.;
change o.uioi; (Kiveinmenis nrm; cur-
renev. s. isf nm; 4 s, coiipuns, lai hkl; 4S'
do., Il0d tild.V'l'hn sloek market this morn'
luir w.is Irregular tliroughnut. ehaiiBlnir fr.
iiuoiitly under the tatties of nianipiilating
( IKliM n. viv nir i'"'iiimk ine mill Kei wai well
supported lor awnile, 5'id m tho flint, few m In'
uies nrices a lvuneed Iraellomillv: but ihniin.
proveiniHit was siiliH,ucntly lo-t un lor a raid
on the grain, ors, a.ul by noon prices Went
low n ; io per cent, inn inui nn was re
ioe ed In the hour lrom Hon., to I n. m un
del-the I udershln of I hn (ioul a. stocks. whl, h
were active y bid up. A: tbe time of writing
IhO ma.Kci is nun ami iniuino c s.
the 15-cent gauze Undershirt to the finest $5.00 IJalbrtegai
Our stock oi Summer Hosiery is comnlet pomni'i'sinn' Lisl
Tliread, Balbriggan and Silk
in abundance. Manillas in
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
"ommencing MAY 2Gth and for this week onlv.
!00 ics 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 Cheeked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, 15, 17 and 2e.
25 pes Fancy Sateens, 25c; worth 35c
25 pes Pontile Hlks, fancy patterns, 37c; worth 50c
50 ncs Summer Silks, 50,55 and C0c: worth 75 und !)0c
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at $2
ICO Satin Parasols, lined and
50 Elegant Brocade Satin
Handsome line of Plain and
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY this week, at
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EAUGES, -:- TIN,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams &. Westlake Oil. Gasoline ami Gas stoves, Dttroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Flown, Chilled Plows, Walking: Cultivators,
lorn ShellerH, Planter?, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TJCIiKPIIONK NO. 'O.
OFFICE: Room No.
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liverpo 1 and L ndou (Jlobe,
Gennania Fire In?. Co.,
Springfield '- & M. Ina. Co.
Howard Ins. to.,
Farmer s lure Ins. Io ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Paints, - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, &c. I
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
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is prepared to do Job Printing of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in tho best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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called to our large stock
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trimmed with lace, $2 50:
Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Hand - paiiited Fans at greatly
and Agate "Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
I, 31. & 0. R. R. Building,
- - CAIRO, IL..L.
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,