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THE DAILY 0A1R0 BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jlellevos unit curea
I1A KA HE,
Sorenen, Cult, Bruliai,
And ull other liodlly aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all rirneclsts and
IicnliTs. Directions lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(BtUNMon I. A. TOOELIR CO. )
Baltimore. Mil., V. H. A.
If you are bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few bottles
of Heps and Malt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and SVSait Bitters gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
else, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine. For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & MULT
From thoso sources arise tliieeiourflis of
tlio diseases of tho human mco. I'iieso
nymptoms ln.licato tlicirexwiciifc : Toss ol
Appetite, Jtoivel. coativc, Mck lleail.
ache.fulliiesa oner cntiinf, aversion to
!,5U"." .f body or J .nictation
of rood, Irritability or Umper, Low
spirits, A rcUnK of having elected
aoiue dmy, ItUrtneaa, 1 lutlrlnK nt tho
Heart, (,ta before the evea, hiulilv col
ored llrlne, C-UKHTlPATlUIvr WKl do
mandtheuse of a remedy ihnt tu ts directly
.n.thi,iivor- AsaLiver medicine TITTS
I-i t llaVfl " '''I'Wl. Their uctinn on tho
Kidneys and Skin is also proiimt ; removing
nil impurities through these llireo " aenv
rngera of the tvitnn," producing apjio.
tite, sound digestion, regular stonlH, ri rOenr
skin and a rigorous bodv. Tl'TT'S 1'lLl.S
cmne no nausea or griping nor Interfere
Willi dally work and nie a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nu FEEr.S LIKE A mw max.
"I linvo had Ityspepsia, witli Constipa
tion, two years, and linve tried ten different
kinds of pills, and Tl'TT'S arc tho flint
Hint bnvo done mo nny food. They huvo
cleaned mo out nicely. My nppetlto Is
pplendid, food cligesU readily, nnd I now
have natural passages. I feel like a new
wan." V. 1). WVAM)S, l'aluiyrn, O.
frulJeTerrwhpi-p.aSc. Office, Murrnv St.,N.T.
TUTT8 HAIR DYE.
Cr.AT IIaih or Wiiiskf.im changed In
stantly to a Glossy J;lack by a slnglo op.
plication of this iTi:. Sold by Druggist,
or sent by express on receipt of $ I.
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York
TUTU MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREF.
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
Thil c;r.C t to r-tantce the
Tyn.eM .f im; -a t.-(.-j,iuni fuy described
In oir loru.ii M.iiuiicu:iitt.
The pmuivaxt vi',1 t. jud. n'mtUer Low
Ut xiurLber j! iju ruluructl may I.
Oflt H vktrrll i Jturh-m Wwm Co ,1
uf7.iir,, Jf. (., lu, IWL 4
r. a. wn.T.v. .
h-mk of Jjur)ntwi, hurham. A T
lift l-'k V- . il.ii..M:. winch
pile L Wv,aS IhkicU ! ..v khiiiiiiuk
i r ouj .n.iv t'trtLAW Ixuin - n'turiiel
IML i.'Urtrui. J H. CAIUt. i roUOnut.
if!rt t,f tfo Itunk of lturlmn, ,i
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T'Far h J u- yf riv.j'X fpf
"iouftUu ). K A.. WJLty.CaKhlT.
KoM (rtnaliit .tti ut r'if :rt of LULLoti Die
J 'IK JU4"'.
I .S our aiiiioutctmitita.
THE BEST THIS (J KXOn'X
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
Eirn I innit. TIMK and SOAP AMAZ-
IX. I. V. and Kivea unlverinl aittNtiietion. No
launly. rich or poor, ahoiud bv without it.
hold by all Orocwra. UKW KK of Imitation!
..n ...., in imlIbiuI I'KitllLINK is the
LV hAI-K laljor aaviDK coniHiiind, aud nJf
Uuk Uiu above ayuiljol, aud auuie ut
jAu:a rXE. tv laitK.
Tot i.ox, July 10. Dr. Kocli i.iued
to believe that tho cholera was ititrqiluced
hero by an Knllsh ship.
, Marseilles, July 10. Thoro ,.wcre
twentyflve ileaths here from cholera last
Tiai.ox, July 10. Ten deaths occurred
hero from cholera, Including the Lady
Superior of the Sisters of Charity.
Their Letter of Acceptance.
Augusta, Me., July 10. To-day Mr.
Blaine will attend commencement at
ISowdoin College. He has decided to call
In help upon his letter of acceptance.
Friday's tralu will bring la Whltelavv
Ueid, William Walter l'helps, Ch.is. E.
Morey, Smith and Steve Elklns to she It
a final review before it Is given to the
press. It is also thought that somo
changes may bo suggested In the course
of the Tribune.
General Locan telegraphed vestcrdav
to Blaine that his letter of acceptance
was ready for publication, and de
sired to know when Blaine proposed
to Issue his, so that he might make
his public at the same timo. Logan's
letter, in addition to formal acceptance
of tho nomination, will treat upon the
results accomplished by the war, and
urge- the necessity of maintaining the
same lu accordance with the principles
mvoivea in tnat struggle.
No Monopolist for Ben.
A'kw YoitK, July 10. The following
correspondence which was made public
yesterday explains itself:
New Yokk, July 7. To Benj. F. But
ler, Chicago: Your frieuds here advise
you to bolt the Convention If a monopo
list like Cleveland is nominatod.
Slgued Ju. F. Uenuy,
l'resident Anti-Monopoly Organization.
To this Butler replied:
Chicago, July 8. To. Jno. F. Henry,
New York: Will never agree to tho
nomination of a monopolist.
Signed Bknj. F. Butleu.
St. Josei'h, Mo., July 10. Augtisted
& Smith's elevator at Severance, Kau.,
thirty miles west, burned this morning
with 23,000 bushels of grain;, loss
130,000. The water tank of the St. Joe
& Western Hallroad aud a carload of salt
were also burned. An effort was made
the night before to (Ire the elevator, and
circumstances all tend to show that the
lire was the work of an incendiary.
Father McMullen Dead.
Baltimoiik, Mu.,July 10. l!ev. Father
A. S. McMullen, of. the faculty at St
Mary's College, at Emmettsburg, died
yesterday morning. During the war he
was Chaplain at tho Liljby prison, and
was greatly beloved by the soldiers of
Crushed by a Boulder.
Jorixv, Mo., July 10. A miner named
John Martin, working on tho McKce laud,
near the city, was killed yesterday after-
noon by a boulder from tho top of tho
urat lalliug ou him. lie leaves a wife
and eight children.
Between 9 a. m. and C p. ra. yesterday
there were rive deaths from cholera ut
loulon, and fourteen deaths atMarseilles
between noon and midnight.
Grain and Provisions.
TIU'KSDAV. JL'fiY 10. 1S31.
Cotton Stead v j middim. lUViJIle.
Klocii Steady; XXX to choice. f:!.15tf.t.3"j:
Wiikat llijrher; No. 2 Ited, HuHNIc:
No. a UpiI, We.
Onus Hiirher: No. 2 mixed. 44 &45'4e: No. S
white mixed. H-Wm'.
DATS-Uii! her: No. 2. IIIKViOc.
Hyk Nominal ; No. o'hu.V'pc.
ToUACro Kirm: lllirft rimimrtn tn rlir.inn
fri.T5B1U.0H: leaf: common red leaf,
lU.Ot): medium to irood f l2..riOIT.!V.
IIAV J'rairiii ST.OMoT.iYI for nrlmn tn
choice: clover mixed, f.Yicll) lor common to
prune: tmiotuv, flO.U04ils.UO for prune to "gilt
lfUTTKii I inner: choice to inner creamery
inline: dairy, choice to inner, liailie: low
J'.iiim l inn, nt ltiifilU'ic tor strictly fresh.
J'otatoks Steady at 67HMftc H-r bushel.
I'ohk Nominal: new mess. jlH.iin. .i.:a.
XiAKD Nominal; prlmo steam, T(u.T1bC.
Bacon Lontfs, 8.',e; shorts, VSL'.Hcs
Clear ribs, ll'se.
W ool tub-washed, choice. 91c: fair.
Vy&ULic: diniry and low "ti JM. Unwashed
Choice medium, "0'4c; (food aveiaifo medium
V.HlMci selected Hlfht fine- ITI'Jc; (food av-
raL'e, p'rii,e; heavy i;jir,o: cointiiny.
biood, iWWle: couibinjr, low tfrades. J.V'tlwo.
HIDES Ouiet: dry Unit, Hjc: dninaired,
Jc: buns or waijs, 10c; dry salted,
c: dry salted, damaged. 10c: kip and
calf, salted. S'-,c; damaged, '4c; buns and
BiaifS, 03tc; green, uncured, 7!ic; damaged,
HKEP PKlrs Steadv: trreen. TOasflc: drv
do, 4U:i70u., iim to amouiit and ipiality of wool:
(rreen aneuruns, Ijo; ury uo, iuIjc; lamo
Wheat Hiifher: No. Ked. Julr. ido:
Auirut, !Jic; September, UTc; October.
loc; November, f l.uo.
tintx Higher; July, :'Av August, 5!i?e;
September, Uie; (letober, tioe.
uts - Higher: July, ic: August,. liilSc;
.-M-ptcmber, A: Se; detober, 'JUv.
Wheat Higher; July, siSe; August,
W'.c: s-ptf'iniiiT, W-S,'is:j'4e; October, M .
oiiN-Hih July. .Mp; August, Mi4c;
s-j;u.inticr, i'd'ac; October, "0'-,c; year, 4J',c;
.May, 41'. e.
oats Higher; July, :.fe: August, L'lic;
September. Z)StC year, fe.
I'oitK Higher; July, '..V); Auifust,
f:r.;."i(i; Seineinlier, ?-M.::.'i; October, f l.i.x:,.
Lakh iligher; July, T.lnj Augu.t, f ,".15;
Septeinl er, eV.:": October, T.4i:,.
biluHT line. lilly, 4:7. 7",; August, tT.87!i;
September, 17 '.".
Live Stock MarkeU.
C'ATTi.r-Ib-f etpts. 40,01; brick und hlln-r;
x porta, tVi.vf 'i.'ji; good to choice, fi.loi
O.ii-i; common to lair, f i.T''i.'w.
ilog-i It-celpto; H.ii; active, firm and
5c higher. Ilgtit 4.!) t., .5ft; rough pa'king
f.V'4.'iw; heavy puekiiig und ahipiihig
ft. i. . T ..
SiiKi:i lieceipU, Jim); o.ninion to
fair, t.-!..iUM.SU; Koo 1 to c-hoico, W .0u4e j.UU.
( ATTi.K-.Martet dull, weak and MfalSc low
er tlmn yesterday.
Siih.Ki-ami I. amiis Market dull: prices mo
lower than yemer liiy ; h) eiira reiuuiu tinaold.
Interior to fair Kheep t J.ii':.'.a ; medium to
goo. , :i.j.-iU4.rnl: go.l t(, clioloc, V,.MtHt .Sir.
gi d to ehoire IiiiiiIih, 14 .',H't").IO.
I.mik-n muikot owing to want of stock;
K AN8AB CITr.
V'Ji t!i . . j avcnigB. . 40 im. 16; do
T ' PouiuN Hveragp, M?MbS (ju.
K.aSS icxiia Hieern, li.',tmJ. lx,,TI&
HotiS ItccoiptB. 12,000; Wr,nj. ..,, r
loe ower: Ion of 2il i 7 "". r" 10
age, 4 to-iv i". 1 ' ,,,,",,", ver-
bHht;..-iWelpU as; g(Hnl natlvyg gtuadv
80 uouiuis average fiiO. axuany.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mr. Ll. Inco has moved his gun shop
to the Vincent block on Eigtth Street, next
to Magistrate Comings' olllco.
Wanted -A boy to lenrn type-setting;
must bo over 10 years old. Apply nt Tun
Chief ItearJeu ha9 been unwell for a
day or two, caused primarily by over-exertion
during tho several very hot days.
Magistrate Comings was unusually
busy yesterday, administering the law in
cases of disorderly conduct, the culprits
being men, women and boys, of all shades.
The Singer Company has not made
any further preparations for the commence
ment of its proposed great brick addition
to its factory here. It seems as thou
the project has been postponed till fall or
A negro named Win. Gilbert was ar
rested by Officer Malianny yesterday
charged with bavins stolen a revolver
worth t3 from Mr. A. J. Carle. He was
held to bail in the sum of $100 by Mn
Alderman Mcllale's daughter, Miss
Jennie, returned Wednesday from Notre
Dame, Ind., where she had been attendin
college. A party was given to her honor
Wednesday night, in which a score
more of happy young people took part.
The Dcmocrative Convention had not
yet got to ballotting when tho tclegrapl
office here closed at 11 o'clock laBt night
The night session was taken up in firgu
ment about tho platform, mostly, and there
was an indication that ballotting would not
be begun till to-day
Mr. A. T. DeBaun expects to occupy
his new property on Ohio Levee about the
1st of September. Tho second coat of
plastering is now being put on. Work on
Mr. P. NelV's buildings next door is also
progressing rapidly. It Is not determined
for what purpose these will be occupied.
Comptroller M.J. Ilowley is movin
his real estate and insurance office down
Btairs.in the Winter Block, in a room that
is being especially constructed for him
just back of Mr. I. Farnbakcr's store. The
change is one that will bo appreciated by
the many who have business with Mr,
Miss Ilattie Hopkins, of Fulton, Ky
returned homo yesterday afternoon, having
spent a week in our city visiting Miss Daisy
Ellis, on Eleventh Street. She was accoui
panied home by Mies Ellis, who expects to
remain a week or so enjoying the health
ful air of our sister state, Kentucky, as
well as participating in thogayety of which
Fulton can so reasonably boast
Messrs. Smith Brothers arc having the
low lots on Thirteenth Street, back of the
Hibernian Engine-house, filled up to tho
Washington Annuo grade, preparatory to
putiing up a fiuo residence upon them
Not a few other citizens owners of low
lots are also considering seriously the
question of filling their property, which
justifies the expectation that ere long we
will have dirt rolling into tho city at the
rate of several lots full per day
Yesterday afternoon the Wabash forco
of men who are making the track changes
and improvements here, took up that por
tion of the side-track ou tho westerly side
of Commerctal Avenue, which extended
above Second Street. They are also build
ing an embankment below Second Street
in order to extend this track further down,
and they will connect it with the main
track below Secoud Street. This action
gives much satisfaction to the people down
there, particularly those whose property
immediately abutted the track above Sec
The filling of Thirteenth Street back of
Washington, progresses very rapidly, in
spite of unfavorable weather of last week.
Fourteenth Street will be next taken in
hand, after which anyone going to tho
ostoflice and back will not be struck with
tho abrupt difference of the grades of street.
The walk on tho north side of the street,
along the Hibernian engine-house, is being
taken up and tho cavity filled up. A brick
sidewalk will probably ere long be laid all
long this side of the street, from Washing
on Avenue to Walnut Street, connecting
with the public schools there.
Firo broke out yesterday forenoon in
the garret of Mr, F. Korsmeyer's store, cor
ner of Sixth and Ohio Levee. It was dis
covered before it had gained much head
way and put out with buckets of water.
Moat of the damage was done in chopping
up the roof in order to get to the fire. The
origin is a mystery. The fire seemed to
have started in the garret near the eaves,
Borno distance away from any fluo and,
burned up on tho inside along the
rafters until the apex of tho roof was
reached, and then burned through. Tho
firo department was on hand in lull force
and in good time, but there was fortunate
ly no need of much work by the companies.
Iu this week's issue of tho Current
(July 12), Ernest Ingersoll, the New Eng.
land naturalist, presents No. IV. of his dc
lightful series, "Memoranda of a Natural
ist;" George Willis Cooke, the essaytst,
writes of "Llterrtnre;" Georgo C. Jcnks, of
tho Pittsburg Sunday Traveler, reveals a
phaso of journalistic life in a Bhrt story
entitled "A Good Item," involving a most
dramatic episode; Chapters III and IV, of
Edgar Fawcett's story of the war, ".Mildred
Allaire," which will bo found to grow in
rarr.atic interest with each installment
are given; Medora Clark, of Wisconsin,
tells of "Somo "North Countrie' Supeisti
tions;" Lucy II, Hooper, continuing her
sketches of celebrated French personages,
finds a subject in Princess C'loti'.de, the
purest figure of the Second Empire and tho
unhappy wife nf Pimce Napokon; the
concluding chapter of "The Grimms," is
given; (). C. Matthews, one of tho editors
of The Current, discusses ''Candidates,"
particularly with reference to tho question
of "moral fitness;" Ernest McGall'ey hns n
entertaining descriptive sketch entitled
"Two Kivcrs;" aud Chapter XXXV, of The
"Wonderful City" is given.
Mr. John Haynes and others yesterday
got the Democratic flag-pole in readiness
to float the stars and stripes in honor of
the nominee at Chicago. In doing thin,
they had to hoist a burning ball of oakum
to the top to burn off tho guy ropes that
had become entangled and preveated tho
hoisting of tho flag. The theory that burn
ing portions tt the rope wire detached and
wafted by the wind to the roof of Mr.
Korsmeyer's house and set it on fire, is not
reaonable at all; for the burning ropes
were watered constantly by a h en or
more men, all of w hom deny that any part
icle of the burning ropes reached any
building in the vicinity.
The Republican party at Chicago bold
ly declared in favor of Civil Service He
t'orui, asserting that the present legislation
on the subject, the Pendleton law, should
be enforced "to the end that the dangers to
tree institutions that lurk in the power of
ollieial patronage may bo wisely and effect
ually avoided."- But how does this preach
ing accord with the practice of John A.
Login and his colleague, Senator Cullom,
as recorded in the following dispatch pul
lishe 1 iu the Globe-Democrat on the Utd of
July last: "Senators Logan and Cullom
to day recommended the appointment of
Edwin Nixon ns postmaster at Waterloo,
Monroe county, Illinois, to succeed F.
Kuenster.the present incumbent. Water
loo is the home of Congressman Morrison,
and the publicans there demanded a
change on the grouud that Kuenster is what
is known in that locality as a 'Morrison
Republican.' The Senators also recom
mended Louis E Seyll'ird for postmaster at
Columbia, in the same county, to succeed
M. Dreldecker, deceased. The contest for
this office has been I.'etwcen Seyflord and a
son of the l ite postmaster, and the latter
was also accused of being 'a Morrison Re
publican,' and consequently got left."
A disposition to make real estate im
provements is manifested in variouiways
everywhere in the city. Besides the large
number of houses, mostly substantial ones,
that are going up there have been, are now
in progress end in contemplation many
improvements 7U the way of filliu''. The
fact that Col. Taylor lias offered dirt free
of charge is being taken advautagc of by
many, for the cost of tilling it now is lit
tle or nothing in comparison with tiie ben
efit such filling would be to the property.
Fifty or seventy-five dollars spent for dirt
will make the lowest lot in the city loom
up like a mountain by the side of the ad
jacent ground and increase its value by
four or five times the amount spent, besides
making the premises healthier and more
presentable. Many people seem to recog
nize this fact and will act upon it. There
ought to be no unnecessary delay about be
ginning the good work. Col. Taylor's offer
is good for about five months yet, durin"
which time much work can and should be
done. The city is doinir its share in ho
way of having the streets filled, and it be
hooves tho individual property-holders in
all parts of the city to fail in with the gen
eral spirit of the times join in the com
menuauie rivalry and fill up whatever
low lots they may possees to such an extent
as their means will permit.
A Columbus citizen furnishes the fol
lowing and requests its publication:
"To those who believe in superstition we
would give an item of mor.-a! of news for
their consideration. Several months ago
in the town of Columbus, Ky., it became
necessary to elect a new set of officers to
run the city government, and the election
was run by the Methodist denomination
there to such an extent as to elect all the
officers from that religeous body. Not long
after great persecution was enacted upon
other clemoninations, such nsarrestin" and
fining them for little things of no conse
quence, iliese persons so fined were the
leading and most prominent men of the.
city. Following upon the track of this tho
Methodist authorities, through their miuis
ter, commenced a war upon b11 other chris
tian denominations of the town, even goin
so far as to say that the Methodist Church
was tho only gate that stands ajar to admit
all to the heavenly beyond and of liking
that denomination to n huge elephant and
all tho other christian bodies as so many
littlo boys with pop-guns shooting wads at
them. Now, to conio to tho effect of this,
superstitutiously, they lose their minister
by death in about two months thereafter;
and' following two weeks later in its wake
the elements with one powerful and miohty
sweep, lifted their houso of worship from
its foundation and strewed the surroundin"
country with tho broken fragments thereof.
Persecution in any form or shape will soon
er or later meet i's just reward, as the
above item will conclusively show to tho
believer in superstition."
A leading paper says: St. Jacobs Oil.
the great pain-destroyer, is highly recom
mended for frost bile.
Examine our large stock of Light Wear Underwear fr
the 15-cent gauze Undershirt to the iiiiest 85.00 Ualbrigg,
Our stuck of Summer Hosiery is complete comprising Li
Thread, Halliriggaii and Silk UiilMIoe.
in abundance. Manillas in large quantities. Children's
Straws a specialty.
Especial attention is called to our large stock
of Sailor Suits and Single Pants and Waists
Tho "Palace" Clothier.
OFFICE: Room No.
on i o :ll: v
COM FAX IKS
Liverpool and I.muloa ami uli.be,
(icniiai.'ia Fire Ins. Co.,
Springfield F. & M. Ins. Co ,
Howard lu. CoM
Farmer's I1 ire Ins. Co ,
Niagara Ins. Co.,
Iliid Cages, 15ath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Acretit for Adams & Westlake Oil. Uasolinc and (hist stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Jfos. 27 &
TKI.KPHON'M XO. 'O.
E. II. Pettit in Taducah.
The Pa lucah News of Wednesday, after
noticing the death of the above named cit
izen of this city, continue:
"Ernest Pettit for a number of years
lived in Paducali, coming here with his
father when (tiite a lad ami growing to
manhood at this place. He was married
here to Miss Mary Ann Glauber, daught. r
of Mrs. S. Glauber, s me twelve years since
and shortly thereafter moved to Cairo. In
his new home he prospered, both financial
ly and socially, and from a young man in
moderate circtitust mces and almost un
known he rapidly ruse to a good posses
sion and high in social prominence. For a
number of years he w is a Councilman and
served nis constituents honorably ami w ell.
In all his walks he was ever a respectable
and polished gentleman and his death will
be deeply regretted among his Cairo
friends and by the large number of Padu-
cahans who knew him in his younger days
as well as those who in later years formed
his acquaintance. His loss to his family
will be irreparable and in tho great atllic
tions their friends will extend them earnest
"A wife and four children, a sister, Mrs,
McOauley, of Cairo, and two brothers, Mr.
I rank Pettit, of Deni-on, Tex., and Mr.
Clarence Pettit, of Cairo, and some distant
relatives are left to mourn tho death of a
most affectionate husband, father and bro
ther. To them the News extends Irs con
dolence. "The funeral will occur to-morrow at 0
o'clock from the Catholic Church, of which
tho deceased was a consistent member.
Services with High Mass will be conducted
by Rev. Father Jansen, of the church here.
The interment will bo at Mt. Carmel Cem
etery, on the May-field Road. All friends
of the deceased and family are invited to
Sky was generally clear yesterday in this
weather district. Rarometer was below 30
everywhere. Thermometer stood between
70 and 91, showing a general rise. Rain
was reported only from North Platte.
The Bulletin thermometer stood as
follows at tho different hours of tho day
given in tho diagram below:
80- -7 A.M.
83- 12 M.
1 VI M
I, 31. & 0,.1, I. Uuilding,
- - cai i io, ii , i
New 1 oi k I'nilerw lifer's Agnu-y,
(tei'iiiiin-Aint'iican Ins Co,
City of London,
Ainuon Ins. Co.,
Continental Jus. Co,
Northwestern Muhial Life Jus. Co.
oa:i no, in.
Notice Id tliia columu mree llutt or lena imni.
one insert Ion or $1.00 per week.
Al'ASTIil Ly a lady a podtlon if eamitrii or
" liuini'kecpir A,.iy at St, .M.ry lloapltal
XVANTHJ (ilRI.S-Tomldrcsf ovor two million
' ' i tiveliiix at lln lr o u home. Work left aud
failed for tiy ua S nil a4dre"d aod atainucd
envelope lor fori her rtVti.il. Artdr.
Mm. Ilute'a Woman's Jonri al.
yul SALE Two de.lrah'a lot. on !Vh Street
-1 Coming li.vinon. Aptdy to Juo. A I'oore.
WANTED M K N To
" Cairo and vicinity for
distribute clrrulars in
refVrMjcv audiravip fur rtplv Adilnss
.Mrs. II itu'e Woman's Journal.
I a n. smith. foniKT i. "uitii
Grand Central Store.
mo. . . lli
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chan. T. Newlaml an,I
t, Steam and Gas Filer
Commercial Ave , let. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
OA 11 CO, : : : ill.
Drive Well Force and Lift I'umpt furnished and
put up. Ai-ent for the Celel.rated
'BUCKEYE FORCE PU3IP',
tne best pump ever Invented
New Gas Ftxlures
to order. O d fixtures repaired aud
&Joling promptly attended to
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iiirb8tCfwh Price Paid for Wheat.
Tho Regular Cairo . Patlueali Daily
Sill GUS FOWLER
IIRNIiY E. TAYLOIt, Mnstcf.
UEOUUB JOUKs, Clerk.
Ln.'o1 -"'"Mhror fJiIro dally Sundays meant
cd) at 8 u. in., and Mound City at 1 p. tn. Kotura
luii, leavei Cairo at 4 p.m. j Mound City at 5 p nt