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THE DAILY 0AIK0 BULLETIN: WEDNEESDAY MOKNING, JUNE 23, 1884.
The Daily Bnlletin.
OKP1CUL PAPKKlTr ALEXANDER COUNTV
KNTBBED AT TH CAIKO rOSTOFKlOB FOB
tBAKSMWSIOW TUBOCOH THE MAILS AT
SBCOND CLASS KATES.
Nolle. this column Ure llnea or ! 25cnli
WANTED An experienced young lady di'tlret a
Ituatlon m book keeper or office clerk. 8t
If faetorr reference! given. Addreai Box 674. St.
fiyB KENT-Mf cotUfjo, South ildeFoorth St.,
near corner Washington Avenue. Applv ioon.
WM. B. GUJiKKT.
WANTED LOCAL, AGENTS To eel! and deliver
on commlMion. A good chance for a capable,
energetic aud trustworthy man.
S. C. PALMER, Bloomington, III.
Chicago Ice Cream!
The "Cheerful Workers" af the Baptltt Chnrch
will give a aociable on the chnrch grounds cor luth
and Poplar 8ta.,
Thursday Night, June 26th.
The public ti cordially Invited. Admlaalon
which Include Chicago Ice Cream aud fake, 20c,
Entrance to Grounds on Poplar Street.
ST. MARY'S PARK,
Imposing atieet (f Fire Companies and other
Boclellea, and alio beaitlful Floats repreaeotlug
the tnerckanti of the city.
Hone, mnle, bicycle and other races, alto a va
riety of other meant of amusements, each ae
Greasy Pole, Etc.,
Dancing at Night!
tVAU rallroada and ateamboats will give great
ly reduced ratea.
For particular aa ti yremluma, etc., adurcaa
either of the following committee:
tJ. B. TAISTLEWOOD,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Additional locals on third page.
Notice of situation wanted by a young
man, in special locals.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
ery, Jacob Klce. tf
Street Supervisor Bougbner bas been
Bick abed, but was out Monday serving
notices upon the sovereigns to pay their
" Fob Sale Two desirable lota on 25th
Street, Comings Division. Apply toJno
A. Pooro. tf
Mrs. Boharrell, nee Miss Lena Ray, is
in the city on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. F. Ray. She came several
days ago, from her home in Evansville.
To enable people of moderate means
to beautify their homes, Clark & Lovett
will sell pictures en the weekly installment
plan. Call and see them. 3t
The Mobile and Ohio Company bas
contracted for a fancy gilt lettered sign, to
be put up across the sidewalk on Ohio
Levee In front of the company's building.
Fockd A black and white setter dog,
with doer check attached to collar. Owner
0 - - - -
can have the dog by calling at the Stone
Depot and paying for this notice. 2r.
Mr. J. I. Cunningham has returned
from Creal Springs, where he was engaged
for a week or ten days in trying Beveral
cases of importance, which he gained.
Since his return here he has also been "full
of legal business."
The Ideal League was gloriously en
tertained at the Korsomeycr residence, cor
ner of Eleventh and Walnut, by President
Will Korsemcycr. It was the League's list
meeting of the season. It will not meet
again till the second Tuesday in October.
At auction for ladies only Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock, a large aud fine
stock hollowware, knives, forks and
spoons. Must be sold; 111 Commercial
Avenue, next to Opera House.
2t Thomas Winter, Auctioneer.
There seems to be a temporary cessa
tion of piscatorial and other sports, in
"high toned colored society." In fact the
organ's columns have .for several days past
been entirely bare of any evidence even of
the existence of "high toned colored socie
ty'' in thiB city.
Yesterday afternoon Rev. Scarritt was
called to The Ilalliday to perform the mar
riage ceremony for a youog couple who bad
armed there from different points in the
morning. The groom was a young man,
Jdo. W. Bradburn, M. D., of Caseyville,
Ky.J the bride was Miss Annie Wyman, of
Rose Clair, Ills. They left together on the
Qui Fowler yesterday afternoon for Rose
A big negro named Henry Lindaey was
captnred by Mr. Ferdinand Koehler and
Mr. Sebistin Barth Monday night, while
prowling about the premises of Mr. Louis
Koehler, Sr., up town. The black mscal
had shed Lis shoes at the front gate and
stolen back to the rear yard, where he
aroused a watch dog who in turn aroused
the neighborhood. The gentlemen named
turned Lindsey over to the officers who
conducted him to the jail, and yesterday
Justice Robinson held him to bail in the
sum of 1 100. While he was being con
ducted to jail, he boasted that his father
bad ken a"sMck one" before htm, and ho
was "pretty d-n slick" himself. lie is
one of that sort of fellows for whom this
community has no particular use except as
members of the chain gam;.
The report that the Mobile and Ohio
Company had bought the St. Louis and
Cairo Railroad is not confirmed. Col. Dun
can was in the city Moudiy, having return
ed from Europe to where he went in com
pany with Capt. W. P. Ilalliday some time
ago; and his presence here alone, probably,
caused a rovival of the report made current
then, that he went to purchased the St. L.
& C. from the Holland bondholders.
Ballard County, Ky., farmerB say that
a larger tobacco crop is raised in their coun
ty and vicinity this year than for many
previous years. It stands our business men
n hand now to make some effort to create
tobacco market here. An organized ef
fort would succeed iu this enterprise and
it would not need to be long before Cairo
ead Paducah in the branch of business as
she does in every other.
Justice Robinson had a rather lively
day in court yesterday. lie was called
upon to apply the penalities of the law iu
several cases of disorderly conduct of a
more or less violent nature in different
parts of the city, chief among which was
that of an Italian who owns a domicile
near the Clark block and who, in an effort
to compel bis tenants to remain in doors at
night and behave themselves, caused con
siderable of a disturbance, for which his
tenants had him arrested and fined.
Constable Sides attempted to arrest a
young buck Monday night for sayiog
"dammit," but the young fellow ran from
Fourteenth street down Wuluut, was seen
by Watchman Merrymau who took after
him end finally brought him to a stand,
after having discharged his pistol several
times and brought the whole second ward
to their transoms in their night clothes.
Sides then came up and took his man to
jail; and yesterday the young blasphemer
was brought into court and discharged.
Big oaks of littlo acorns grow.
A Mrs. Harrigan, of Bird's Point, Mo.
came to this city yesterday to make some
purchases, and while walking down Sixth
Street toward Crmmercial Avenue, she
dropped her scarf that had been clasped
in front by a rold pin. A young negro
picked it up soon after and handed it her,
without the pin. She accused him of having
stolen the pin, but he denied it and walk
ed away. Coustable Myers was set upon
him aud after a lively run down Seventh
Street captured him. But the pin was not
to be found on his person, and he was re
leased. A young white boy was arrested by
Constable Meyers yesterday morning, on
the cbarere of stealing a watch from a
guest at the resturant of Mr. Dan Fitzger
ald, on Ohio levee. But the boy, while
on his way to the court for examination,
told the officer that the watch whb in the
house of Mr. Fitzgerald, though he refused
to tell just where ind denied strenuously
having taken the watch. Search was made
in me uouse ana me missing watch was
found hidden in a bud. The boy, whose
name was Shaefer, had been carrying water
to the kitchen of Mr. Fitzgerald aud in
doing so had passed through the dinning
room where the guest's vest hung, contain
ing the watch. The natural supposition is
that young Shcafer took the watch and
hid it whero it was found, with the in tun
tion of taking it next day, whin he was to
return to again carry water. Shaefer is a
young crook, having served a term in the
Chicago reform school. But there was no
positive proof of his guilt in the case above
detailed and he was released.
The attention of citizens generally is
called to the advertisement of the Fourth
of July celebration that is to be held in
this city. Several enterprising gentlemen,
chief among them Mr. Joe Stcagala, have
undertaken the task of preparing for a
grand and fitting obscivance of the most
important of our national holidays, and
they have met with very flattering encour
agement so far from citizens generally.
They have succeeded in getting liberal
subscriptions of money from some of our
merchants and promises of active interest
from others, so that, on the whole, the cele
bration will very probably be one which
will prove a source of great benefit to the
city. There will probably be a grand pro
cession in which our merchants will be rep
resented by floats of an attractive if not
imposing nature, and there will be such
other attractions at the Park, as will insuro
those who go there a day of unusual pleas
ure. The enterprise is deserving of the
heartiest support by all our citizens. Cairo
is in splendid condition to be seen by her
neighbors and will dissipate the unfavora
ble impression any of those who come here
may entertain of her. There is no celebra
tion of any kind on the Fourth in any of
the small cities around here, excepting
Anna, hence there is every renson to believe
that a large number of strangors will visit
Cairo, even though tho notice will be short.
Cairo merchants will Ond it to their per
manent interest to impress these sirantrers
strongly ami favorably on that day, by do
ing all they can to make tho parade an
the Nomination of
Blaine is Regarded In
What is Understood by "An AggwssWe
Foreign Polioy" by Oar Cousins
Over the Bio Grande.
The People Urged to Prepare for War
With All Its Attendant Horrors,
Sure to Follow.
Galveston, Tex., June 24. Numerous
dispatches Iroui Mexico during the past
two weeks have indicated In a degree the
dissatisfaction with which Mexico re
tards the nomination of Blaine. De
uced exchanges have now arrived, trans
lations of which show that the meager
dispatches scarcely reflected the intense
leeltug of hostility in Mexico agatojt
Blaine. The Vuce De Espan, one ot tne
most influential local journals in the re
public, Issued from the City of Mexico,
aditorially eays: "The telegraph trans
mits to us a very alarmiBg plee of news,
he triumph of the candidacy ot Mr.
& atne Involves a threat to the Latin race
fn America, particularly to Mexico. It Id
known that Mr. Blaine is Mauhiavelic
and an ultra Monroelst, and that It Is not
long since he, in union with Don Rafluo
Barrlco, conspired against our contrary.
Urs fall from the Department of State
saved onr country an international con
flict, and to-day the railroad which con
nects us with the great Republic is more
than ever a danger to our Independence
at all points v It, will fall to the lot of
Mexico tQ be the theatre of painful evants,
and very soon we will repeat the rait
way concessions given to the citizens of
a neighboring Nation, which will be made
to serve as chains with whleh the slavery
of our people will be cornmmatexl. It
Is necessary to be ou onr guard. Every
Mexican should be a soldier, and prepare
to defend his nationality aud inde
pendence. The people are to
bo made .victims of the Government's
want of foresight, but it is still a time of
peace, and in times of peace one prepares
for, war. We should not lose a moment
iu preparing to defend onr dearest aud
most legitimate Interests. The Govern
ment would do well to organize a Na
tional guard, and precautions are never
out of place." This editorial called forth
an extended reply next day from The Tu-y
llepublies, anAtnerican paper published
in the City of Mexico, whloh said, 1
part: "The alarm manifested by tlhe
Voce de Espana Is uncalled for, and
its panic would be laughable but pr
the fact that it is calculated to do harm
In misleading uninformed people. Our col
league seems to think that Mr. Blaine al
ready has been elected President of the
United States, and that the Chief Magis
trate of the American Republic is an ab
solute monarch, and that Mr. Blaine Is a
roaring lion. We cau assure our esteemed
colleague that this is not the case. The
Iwo Republics is a conservative journal,
merely reflecting the sentiment of Ameri
can and Knglish-speaklng residents of the
City of Mexico. It is powerless to coun
teract Id the smallest degree any political
wave, however fanatical, that may sweep
across the Republic of Mexico.
London, June 24. The Standard this
moruing says it Is likely the Opposition
ivill postpone the vote on the motion of
censure until the conference has termi
nated. THK CIIAKM BROKEN.
LiVKKPooi., June 24. As the Cunard
steamer Pavonea, from Boston, was en
tering the dock here to-day she burst her
cylinder. The engineer was killed and
many other persons injured.
London, June 24. The weakuess of
American Railway socuritles continues.
At 2 p. m. to-day the list, with the ex
ception of Reading, showed a decline of
5-8 to 3 per cent, as compared with last
evening's closing quotation.
The proposed arrangements for the
luture of Egypt have created a favor
able impression at Cairo. The newspa
pers of Vlcnua approve the Anglo-French
agreement in regard to Egypt, which
they consider highly advantageous to
France. The only difficulty tlu-y think
will be in securing the English Parlia
ment's approval of Granville's course.
A BOLP IKIfWlMAN.
London, June 24. The case of Geo.
Johnson, alias McDonuell, who gave him
self up to the police at Ely yesterday and
Confessed that he took part in the Vic
toria Railway explosion aud expressed
his willingness to give State's evidence,
turns out to be a bold attempt to obtain
money from the secret service fund of the
police department. The nervousness and
excitement which Johnson displayed yes
terday when making his disclosures to
the police are now said to have been the
result of a prolonged spree.
VHILADKI.rillA WINS AGAIN.
London,. June 2t. The match game of
cricket which began yesterday at Leices
ter between the Philadelphia team and
gentlemen of Leicestershire was con
cluded to-dav, the Americans winning by
an lnulng and 108 runs. The genUemon
of Leicestershire scored 57 runs m the
first inning and 95 ip the second, while
the l'hiludelpbians scored 260 in the llrr-t
KEAS8CRINO TO THE DUTCH.
London, June 24. The Post has 80)1
oflkial advices from Berlin to the c fleet
that assurances have been givop to the
Dutch that thy need not fear aggression
on the part of Germany, whose territorial
ambition only extends, to uncivilized
countries beyond the seas.
CIIOLKRA AT MAKUt lUJtS.
MAiufBULEs, Iu.., June 84. A cholera
panic prevails here. It Is reported tht
deaths have occurred, but t It Is true the
fact has been kept very secret.
ASSASSINATED BT NIHILISTS.
Sr. Peterhbojiq, June 24.rA eo
tlon was created horathls in&jatng by-the
receipt of a telegram frop Odessa ap
nounclnq that Captala Ger Jjsjy, prqnjj;
oent officer o the geu d'areshaTbeen
assassinated by'NihlllsU. The body was
found with a bullet-holo lp. the temple
aud a dagger Btlcklug Ln his heart, with a
noto pinned to the coat, which left no
doubt that the murder was the work of
Nihilists. Particulars of the affair are
eagerly sought, but are very difficult to
obtain as the police endeavor to preserve
as much secrecy as possible. Captain
Uerdzsey was a capable and courageous
official, who specially devoted himself to
grappling with Nihilism, and thus incur
red the bitterest hatred ot the members
of that body. The murder produces a
sensation ln Russia equal to the assassin
ation of Lieutenant-Colonel Souderkln,
and forms the universal topic of conver
TUB SITUATION LN DONOOLA.
Cairo, June 24. The position ot Don
go!a Is regarded as becoming more and
more desperate. The commander of the
camel corps, together with 300 men, have
joined the enemy. The Modir of Don
gola reiterates his demands for succor,
aud advises the Christians in Dongola to
embrace Islauilsm in order to fuiilltato
their return to Egypt.
BtKNE, June 24. The Swiss Chamber
of Deputies have deckled by a vote of 9i
to 40 to consider the question ot tho re
vision of the Constitution.
A General Strike Ordered.
PiiiLADKLfUiA, Pa., June 24. The
strike of the welters has finally grown
Into a strike of all the shoemakers con
nected with the Knights ot Labor, em
ployed In the city. Six thousand men
will leave their beuchcti to-morrow if the
dectsiou of the Knights of Labor that
werk mast be suspended Is carried oat.
A meeting will be hctd this afternoon to
take Dual and decisive action in the mat
ter. Killed by Falling- Down Stair.
Albany, N. V., June 24. Louis Deyer,
a well-known lawyer, was tonnd lying in
sensible ou the stairs leading; to his office
this morning. An examination proved
the skull to be fractured, fife bas eluee
died. It is believed he fell down stairs.
Killed by a Cavta? Tunnel.
Stki uknville.O., June 24. A portion
of the Gould tunnel, on the Pan-Handle
Railroad, west of here, caved ln this
moruing, burying eight uu-n and one boy.
Four are thought to be faulty Injured;
the others not seiiously hurt. Their
names are not known. They were rrftst
Grain and Provisions.
TCESDA V, JUNE 24, m.
Corros-SU-ady; ml'liliinir. llSllc.
r'LOnK-Stottdy: XXX to choice. a.fl)44J0;
WHAT-i.owur; No. t lied. Jlirt1.00:
No. S Keil, KfWlMe.
(John-Stronger: No. 2 mUed." 62 ? 5452 lie;
No. i wbito uiUed, Ki(&c.
OATS-8tron(rer: No. 2. XH33!4o.
Kvi Nominal; No. i. 67H'n6Me.
Tobacco Firm; lutis common to ctaoioa,
t5.7Vi41U.O0: leaf: common red re&f, as.OOd
KJJO: mmlium to ul fl2.6n17.6Q.
Rav Prulrlo M.Mfoll ilU tor crime to
Choice: clover inneil. tJtli tar oivuimon ut
primu: timothy, f l2.tXK0l8.UO for prime to "(rill
Uuttku Klrmnr: cBolceto fancy creamery
UXiVUo: dairy, clioioo to lanuy, i4Bl7o; low
Koos Steady, at lfaIOSn for strictly fresh.
Potatoks-Aow rirm at J2.00iaa.25 per bar
rel for choioc and XitrtlMc pcf on.
Pokk Dull: standard m-as, (16.7filS.00;
Laud Nominal: prime steam. T7Kn.
. Bacon Lonirs. SHJtci shorta, BHO'Jlac:
cleat nt)8, HWc
Wool Tuthwashed. choice, anc: fair,
ttfy'jc; diniry and low Cnwaslnxi
Dtioice medium, aie; (rood average medium
MtiSMii Helccu.'d liirtit Hue naile; trood av
fraxe, W.17e; heavy UIQlfic; comblru;.
mood, awfcilo: combinir, low irrait-A lofolru.
Hioks Ouict: dry Hint, DKaishc: dam
ured, i:ttUV4c: buns or Flags, loc; dry
laltoo, 12o: dry nailed, damnired, loc; kip and
hdt, salted, esc; damaged, B(o; bulls and
flairs, bc; green, uueured, 7'Ao; damaired,
Shkrp rm.TS Steady; (rroon, 70&H0c; dry
lo, 4U r$T., as to amount and quality of wool;
rrcon Bi urijuir, I5e; dry do, ldilSc; lauib
Wiirat Firmer; No. 2 Red, June, o;
luly, Hhic; August, U1; September, 11.02;
i'ou.f Firmer; June, filc; July, 62!c
tuiriist, Kl'Ve; September, Me!4
Oath -Firmer; June, :c; July, 3SVc; Au
rust, Mc; September, Xlo.
FliOVlSKiNM-rork-Dull; spot mess, f 1 TS
.117.110. Lard Lower; Bteain, June. 17.4.1:
t llICA JO.
Whrat HiKhcr: June. Wic; July
auifUHt, Kc; SeptemlMT, Sse.
Corn Hiirher; June, Mc; July
AuKUSt. 5rte; September, f:6a; year, 47c
Oats Steady ; June, Ill'je; July
II V; Auirnxt, 27'.c; year, 2o.
Pork HiKher; June, fl!i.2r); July
Lauo Hivlicr: Juiiii. $7.4rt; July
AuxU8t.t7.tt0; September, t7.fi7',J.
Short Km June, $7.;ii; July
August, $7.70; September, 17.7714. '
Live Stock Markets.
.iJ'7'Utht' I4-505-"; 'uifh packing
tl.W).10; heavy piickiiu? and shippin. 15.15
CATTLB-SUaly; export. $fi.;VK&A.6; B00d
to choice whipping Ia.n04l.iiii; common to
fair, t5.2o6B.0u; butchers', f26ft4.M); stock
SUKKP Dull: common to fair, t3.Ooa.L0O:
medium to gnuft, f.'i.&04..Vj.
Cattle Market active, weak and lower;
tho supply exceeds tho demand; Indian
steers, l.ioo to l.SWi lbs. overture, t5 M5M.0; of
ICHi lbs., t'i.10: Illinois stueM. of from 1.000 to
1,100 lbs. t. 4rft5.76; poor to (rood Toxons,
t4.00tt4..V); stockers and feeders dull at, fXOoa
Shbkp ami I.am rh Ma: kot doll, weak and
lower: K'Mid to choice, of from MO to 120 lbs,
f 4.2!TO.4(i; tuodlum to (rood, from W to 100 lbs.
t4.4'l.75; common to fair, of from TO to 80
Hons Demand fair; rood to choico York
ers, from 170 to 200 1Mb. at tA-40.'.r; butener
KANSAS C1TV. '
CATTLE-Hofclpts. 1,600; steady; nativo
steers, l,::Oi to l,6uo lbs. rrvprOK, tS.tWa
JO; do WW to 1,100 It, avcrnjrn, $4.n(a6.rjO;
stockers mid feeders: t4.264s;".wi; fair to (rood
native cows, t:ift!i4.26. y
noos-Kocclpts, T.6U0; seleot litrhts steady:
heavy grades fie lower; lots of 1IM to ino lbs.
avciaifB, t4.7de.4.'Ht; lnainly, t4.704.HO.
SHKKP-Koeelpts, Mr, nominally un
changed. Money and Stock Market.
Naw YrwK..Iuno2a.-MoneT(f percent: B
onango weak, NI to 4.K6; UnvVtrrov-ntB woak;
wiTToiioy B b, 'i; 4's commits, IB Wd; 4H'a.do
li bid. Too market was lo vorrsfa fTirounliont.
Karly ra:da by near cliqueB caused a decline,
of )4 to S. The D'llls uamo to tn roseue and
ny e oven a cm: mo inxm was recovornd. At
lnidanv Iheannouncr-ini'nt nf Mnrtmn Attnn
failure eausod a rush to sell andiba market
bordoTod on a state or pnnle; hut a stmna
support not only chncked tile fetcHne, but
forood soino lvnneo. The market fi now
fovertib. u uMil
Examine our large stock of Lteht Wear Underwear from
the 15-eeiit gauze Undershirt to the finest $5.00 Balbriggan.
Our stock ol Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Lisle
Tlllmiil "Rtlilltitirirrvan ni, Cillr If aHMfnon
"iivmi) jmiuujjjjail ami Xi U11X1U?Ci
g S-T-E-A-W H-A-T-S g
in abundance. Manillas in
.Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
Commencing June 23
200 pes Calico, 5c; worth 7 and lie.
50 pes Ginghams, 10c ; worth
50 pes Victoria Lawns. 10, 12
50 pes India Linens, 12 1-2,
100 Satin Parasols, lined, at
o0 pes Cheeked Nainsooks, 10, 12 1-2, L, 1 and 20c.
25 pes Fancy Sateens. 25c; worth 35c.
25 pes Tongue Silks, fancy patterns, U7c; worth 50c.
50 lies Summer Silks. 50.55 find VA)a.; unrrli 75 niul lM)o
100 Satin Parasols, lined and trimmed with lace, $2.50;
50 Elegant Brocade Satin Parasols, with lace, $1.00;
Handsome line of Plain and Hand-painted Fans at greatly
BARGAINS fov EVERYBODY this week, at
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Agate Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ageut lor Adams & Weetlake Oil, Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking; Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TKI.KPHONK NO. 'iO.
OFFICE: Room No.
73 OHIO LlVEE,
CO L PANI ES
Liverpool and London and Globe,
German ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield V. & M. Ins. Co,
Howard Ins. Co.,
Farmer's tire ln.s. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
DIXON SPRINGS Slli RESORT
OPEN JUNE I TO OCTOBER 1.
TERMS: 88.00 per week. Special Rates to
Families on Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WATER.
C'arb of Iron 122.0
Chloride of Iron trace
Sulphate of Iron trace
Chloride of Sodium. . . 01.0
Sulphate Alumina 43.0
Sulphate Lime 00.0
Sulphate Magnesia... . 32.0
SPRING NO. 2.
Sulphate of Iron 42.3
Carbonate of Iron . . . 25.1
Sulphcte of Alumina.. 00.7
Sulphateof Magnesia.. 11.
Chloride of Sodium... . 34.1
Chloride of Calcium. . 18.4
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Printing: of every description from a
Dodger to a Three-Sheet Poster on the shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFJCE:-No. 78 Ohio Le?ee, CATRO, ILLS.
famous BATTLES OF THE WORLDS
P7.25,iKIN.0, WpHTFROM THE BATTLC-PrZLD. tm h.v HMIni kattkm aUt.f
1 J Al?'!"" ""Jft" K I",M," 'iff im,i lf Cwt. A OrTB. for OU 5 T.TnS." II
a (Tffrii. h (r Oil UHvripHv. mi. Uim. t kUnml. ft mhUHUV 4 iiZ, t'MtmtoAtlT!
large quantities. Children's
called to our large stock
and for. this week onlv.
12 and 15c.
1-2, 15, 17 1-2 and 20c.
15, 17 1-2 and 20e.
82.00: worth 8.1.00.
4, 31. & 0. II. U. Building,
- CAIRO, 1JL.L.
HE PI IKS E N TED :
New Yoik Untlerwriter's Aifeney.
Gemiau-american Ins. Co.,
City of Loudon,
Amazon Ins. Co-,
Continental Ins. Co,
Northwestern Mutual Life In. Co.
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
3ulplihate of Magnexia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
Sulph. Hydro. Gab 10.5
J. E. LEMEN, Lessee.
Allen Springs, Pope Co., Ills.