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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOVING, AUGUST 15, 1834,
Notices Id thl rolamniare Ituri or Icm &ccnta
iiii'einferiiun or fl.wi per week.
00 1KU MONTH!
V ' JU,V V HU.AUY AND COMMISSION
loconuwterjt business m-inaner for ihl rlty (or
sum A-erirv KKM'ONSlbI.E COMPANY, bu
inc p-actirallr a monopolv. rivalling the Ttile
i.hnno. ri" ASH IiF.ijVIWKI) for $1,000
SAMPLE OUTFIT. STAl'LMiOODS. So bold.
No Purticulari address, with refercncei.
21 East 11th St., New York City.
IIEir WASTED. Female.
WiKTf.I). Au Intelligent, er.erjetir lailv of kooiI
iiddresa and sone businees ability, to introduce 10
Ihe trade anJ consumers of thla countv, Madame
lVan'a Celebrated Spinal Supportlm? lomi.
uplcndWlv advertised and h fhlr recomin -nded.
To therlKht party a salary of J7MK) monthly i I
be raid. Addres. y- ELK 4 ,,,
S! Uroadway, N' w York.
A fii.are cornered tent, fifty by th rty feet, suit
ah'.f f ir a photoMprier or eaiip meetins: ehed
rtin well: will h io:d for half it erst Tne tenl
t in Cairo. hot for far'hor Information address C.
II Bright, Louisville, Kf. t
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
1 would respectfully announce to the citizi'iif of
Cairo, that I have opened Bnd am carry n ma
tirst rlase laundry in the rear of Winter's Block,
or. Seventh Street, where I am prepared to do Ml
kind of work tn my line In a surerior and work
manship stvlc, defying competition and at
ri-asor.aoJc flgnren. All work uuarauteed, and
prompt navment If any jood" are loot.
1 ' MARY HENSFI.r.
S. B Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter's Block. 7 it-Urn
HEXERAIi LOCAL ITEMS
Lieftl on tliinl page.
The City Council is to incut to-niglit.
Another circus id anticipated.
Kresh Oysters at Joe temrala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The circus will be the attraction to
night. (Understand U3, please. We do
nut mean to refer in the most distuut man
ner to the City Council.
Foi Sale The law library of the
late II. II. Black. Enquire of A.
At the meeting of the Republican Club
at the Tenth street hall Tuesday night,
twenty-six new names were added to the
lift of members.
A jolly crowd of young tnen are en
listed for Dixon Springs next week;jnrnonfr
those who will make the raid are Tliog.
Halliday, Jr., Shirley Jackson, Guy Morse,
Fred liross, George Cook and Phil Saup.
To-day is a holy day of obligation in
the Catholic Church, the least of the as
sumption of the Messed Vircin Mary, and
services appropriate to the occasion will be
held in St- Patrick's Church. Mass will be
stid at 5:30 ami 9 o'clock this morning.
The Springfield Monitor paid the Hal -
Inlay Guards the following compliment, in
an issue of last week: "The Ctiro compa
ny, commanded by Capt. English, attracts
considerable attention, beeaue of the sold
iery deportment of the men. Cart. Eng
lish is a good officer and is quite popular.
His company is a credit to Southern Illi
nois. The Democratic Club met at the Ar
mory on Tenth street Wednesday night,
pursuant to a call from the cllicers. Presi
dent Leek presided. The proper com
mittee whs instructed to procure another
hall, and also to procure speakers for the
next meeting, which occurs next Wednes
day. S.'veral new names were addc 1 to the
Yesterday morning's rain was a great
blessing to those in this city who had fore
gone the benefits conferred by Louis Her
bert's sprinkler. According to Tice the
ruin was a little premature, but then in his
calculations he did not anticipate the pray
ers of a righteous community, such as Cairo
is. The modern spirit of prophecy must
give way before an earnest petition from a
band of the chosen of the Lord every time.
Mr. Wm. Minatd has leased one of the
h.w lots back of the Library building, from
Magistrate Comings, nd will move a
house upon it, which he will occupy as a
home. Mr. Sebastian Bartli, of the Post-
Office saloon, has also leased a lot on the
high ground near Winter Row, and he has
also bought a house, one of those standing
further back in the bottoms, which he will
have moved onto his lot and extensively re
paired fur his future home.
The cholera has ceased to be an ab
sorbing topic in Kurope. The epidemic is
living out rapidly in the south of France,
and has tot spread to an extent worthy of
notice. The prognostications of the emin
ent Dr. K"cl, who predicted that nothing
coul.i prevent its spread ail over Europe
with the untl fatality Kttending the Asiat
ic choletH, and probably to America, has
proved incorrect, and the panicky appre
hension of the people uunicessary.
Little Il'-nie Stewart, eleven years old
daughter of Mr-. James Stewart, living on
Truth street, met with a painful as well hs
serious accident about 7oYUk Wednes
day evening. She wis piajiii. ,,n top of
the iron fence annuel the. residence of Mr".
Dr. Arter, when the fell, striking her arm
tin one of the pointed puling of tin fence
which pierced it at the e.bnw. ,' bom-g
were broken, but an ugly llesh wound was
made. Dr. Cor Ion rendered the little jjir!
needed surgical attention.
The residence of Dr. C. W. Dunning,
corner of Ninth and Walnut streets, was
the gcene of a brilliant gathering of young
people last night. The occasion was a par
ty pivou by Miss Wiutie Dunning, and her
ftiends, ti Miss Shields, daughter ol Capt.
T. W. Shields, who returned only a day or
two ago from Vasar to spend the vacation
at home. Tin-re were between thirty-five
and til'ty popple present; there ss music,
vocal an I lr.gtru nental, of the highest r
der; and there was also fuas'ing. The par
ty was a model in its way, for everyone
present vm uii lo to f rgct all but ti e hap
py present for the time being, au 1 to enter
heartily into the varied enjoyments of the
The Current will shortly present a pa
p r prepared by one of the most piotnintnt
ly known bank Presidents r-f the West,
which will ditCiiis' the question, "Why
Money is Scarce?'1 and "Where Las the
M r.ey Gene?'1 The view he will submit
will be full of interest, not only to business
men, but to the public generally. Early in
September The Current will adopt a ctver
and will reach its ruaders cutard parted as
well. The cover will pa-sent a de.-ign
which.it is believed, will strongly coin-
mciid itself to the artistic sense (f maga
zine rcler.;, as the rn'.st superior embel
lishment of it character seen iu many
At ihe direction of the Surgeon Gen
eral, Mr. Charles Brush, Architect of the
Marine Hospital buildings her.", lus made
estimates of the cost of tome necessary
work on the premises that was not inclu
ded in the origiunl contract. This work
consists of raising the ground six or ei "lit
feet ubuv-.- its present level, an iron fence
enclosing the premises and a stone flacging
walk all around it. Mr. Brush has had the
buildings put up two feet hither than was
originally designed, o th.it they now stand
very nearly up to what would be considered
"hi'h grade" for that pa;t of the city al
most high enough to afi'.,rd draiuago over
the top of the levee if the contiguous
ground were raised to thj same level clean
to the levee. The probable est of this
work will be about 150,000, in addition to
the original appropriation; but the money
would bj well spent, as the property would
be in a very incomplete state without the
C'ltrk Bob Dt-vore, of the steamer
Three States, who ruturne'l from Alto Pass
last Tuesday, where he left bis family for a
few weeks stay for recreation, reports that
the place is crowded with strangers from
all parts of this end of the State. So many
strangers were there that Bob could find no
place for himself and family after half a
day's seaich. Both hotels were full and
not only refu.-ed him lodging, but even a
UlClll, for leal thut tluy
to accommodate the guests they had al
ready taken. Even many of the privute
families saw themselves compelled to take
strangers, and Bob, after a vain hunt for
oue that would take bis folks, applied to
the railroad agent for a ticket back home,
at the same time telling his woeful story,
when that official kindly aided him to find
a temporary stopping place for Bob's folks.
Alto Pass is growing in popularity as a re
sort, and is deserving of the general favor,
for it is a v,;rr attractive place in more re
spects than one.
Mr. B. W. Pope, member from this
district of the State Prohibition Central
Committee, has published a call for a Con
gressional District Prohibition Convention
for this, the Twentieth, district, for the
purpose of nominating ft Prohibition can
didate for Congress against Messrs. Al
bright and Thomas, and also for the pur
pose of showing "ti e old party organiza
tions that the moral and intelligent people
of this district are not bound hand and foot
to the liquor traffic." The convention is to
be held at Anna on the 2nd of September
There is a 6eeining probability, tint if Mr
Pope's convention is to he regarded as rep
respenting correctly the numerical strength
of "the moral bu'1 intelligent" element of
this district the unavoidable conclusion
that will be arrived at cannot be very flat
terir.g to the people of tin; Old Twentieth
Couldn't Mr. Pope be induced to amend
his call slightly, .p as to h ave nt least a
faint shadow of ground for the presump
tion that 'She old party organizations of
this district" mny, possibly, after all, com
prise just a very thiu sprinkling of "moral
and intelligent people?' We beg Mr
Pope to consider the awful disgrace that
would fall upon the people of this district
if his bold insinuation should be heralded
to the great throbbing world without. How
awfully awful to contemplate, that of the
31,997 voters in this district, who cast their
ballots for Garfield and Hancock in 1880,
and the 1,05.'; who voted for Weaver, and
the 280 who voted for Cooper, how fearful
to think thit Biuong all this great army
numbering 3:5,338 men who wielded the
power of the franchise four years ago, there
should have been only ah.andful of "moral
and intelligent" men, it gmin of salt in an
ocean of ignorance and sin, which grain had
since been separated from the scathing
mass of corruption and constituted itself a
seperate and distinct element in this dis
trie?, dooming the living, squirming mass
to become a victim to its own rank poison
Think of it, Mr. Pope, and for Ihe sake of
the re putation of this dutrict abroad, if not
for truth s sake, amend yi.iir ca III
Tradt'-Marks and Tutents.
From the Patent and Trnde-rnark Office,
Melbourne. Australia, Mr. Edward Waters
writes that one of his household suffered
with toothache and rheumatism, Hnd was
cured immediately and completely by the
ii .e of St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure.
WAS IT THE NIHILISTS?
Jrightful Explosion at St Peters
burgTen Men Killed and
Che British Parliament Pormally Pro
rogued The Queen's Speech They
All Shook Hands.
umor of the Massacre of a French Gar
rison While En Route for
A TEKKIFIC EXPLOSION'.
St. rETEit-sni ho, August 14. A ter
itlc explosion occurred at the Govern
ment powder factory, at Kassoa, this
aiorulng, completely demolishing the
Duilding and killing ten persons and
Dadly lujurlug forty others. AU kinds of
rumors are atloat regarding the cause of
:he explosion, many attributing it to M
'dllsts, while others assume that It was
the result of a workman's carelessness.
London, August 14. The British Tur
UamcLt was prorogued this afternoon,
ind, as usual, when the work of the
session had been practlcady got through,
but comparatively few members were
present. Iu the House of Commons
when the Usher of the Black Kod with
stately steps entered and in a loud voice
called upon the faithful Commons to
ittend In the Peers' Chamber, there
to hear Her Majesty's gracious
message, a litt.e troop crt wded after the
speaker to the House oi Lords, where,
standing at the bar, they listened while
the Lord Chancellor read the Queen's
speech. Her Majesty refers to the re
sumption of friendly relations, including
a commercial treaty with Mexico; la
ments the failure of the conference on the
Egyptian question, but trusts the mission
to Egypt will lead to valuable re
suits; calls attention to the marked
diminution In agrarian crime
in Ireland, and the generally satisfactory
condition of the country. In concluslou
she thanks God for the goodly prospects
of a Hue harvest. I'pon conclusion of
the ceremony in the House of Lords, the
members of the Commons returned to
the Lower House where, filln? one by
one before the Speaker, they shook hamls
and departed Very little interest was
taken by the outside rubllc either in the
prorogation or the Queen's speech.
London, August 14. A 77mcs dispatch
from Foo Chow says: "The Clilnesc mil
itary authorities have announced a re
view to-day. A French transport and
one Ironclad have departed for Hong
Kong. The Black Flags from Laokl, and
It is rumored the Chinese troops also,
are marching southward on
miles north of Hung lloa. Tonquinese
pirates infest the West River, ravaging
the country north of Hai Phong. It is
rumored that a French garrison was
massacred while en route for Lang
Son. Sickuess among the French troops
rAUis, August it. Count Saburoff,
the late Russian Ambassador to Berlin,
has sold Ms collection ot antiquities.
The St. Peter's Hermitage Palace bought
the terra cotta collection for .?32,000.
The Berlin Museum purchased forty-nine
vases and sixty sculptures for 15,000.
The British Museum secured a variety of
magnificent bronzes and other objects
Alexandria, August 14. Those who
suffered losses at the time of the British
bombardment are becoming Impatient
that their dcmamls for Indemnity are un
settled. They threaten to make a great
demonstration to bring pressure upon the
ESCAPE Ol' tONVKTS.
Alarm at the Kentucky Penitentiary.
FrtANKi-'OitT, Ky., August 14. At eight
o'clock this morning forty convict in the
Kentucky State Penitentiary made a
break for liberty. The gates being left
open for a moment twenty-live convicts
rushed out. The guards made a vain at
tempt to restrain them, and the convicts
ran Into the ollicc and secured arms. A
guard named Robinson was shot in the
leg and Johnson bad his head mashed
with a stone. A lew of the convicts es
caped but the others were recaptured.
JSOTII WKKIC KILLED.
Tragic Ending of a Tennessee Duel.
Chattanooga, Ti.nn., August 14. A
very sensational tragedy occurred at
Emory Gap, on the Cincinnati .Southern
Railroad, lifty miles above the city last
night. About ten days since a young
man named Staples .made numerous
slurring remarks concerning Will II.
Hogerson, a drummer from Cleveland
Ohio. This soon "reached liogerson's
cars, and, Staples being a cripple, Roger
son challenged him to tight a duel. The
challenge was accepted, and at ten
o'clock last night they lo tight, at ten
paces, with pistols, and both were killed.
A Chicago Riot with Fatal Results.
Chicago, III., August 14. A small
3ized riot, but one attended with fatal re
sults, between union and non-union
moldera occurred on i)eplaincs street,
near Hubbard, yesterday afternoon be
tween live and six o'clock. On April 28,
the men employed by Cribbons, Sexton 4
Company, stove founder, struck on
account of a proposed reduction in
wages ol fifteen per cent. Their
places were filled with non-union men.
Trouble has been brewing for some time.
and the non-union men were escorted to
and from work by a Bo,uad of l'lnkerton's
men, and were given special permits to
carry revolvers. Yesterday afternoon
about twenty-five non-union men were
going home from work ; about half as
many union men followed tbctn. home
and both parties began fir
Inc. About mty soots were
exchanged. Windows In the neighbor
hood were swashed, and everybody ran
to shelter, rknrj Heck, a union moldrr,
but recently arid from P.ttsburgh,
was killed, and ed. H. Davis, a nou
union man, sersly wounded. The
rioters, when Retell, all ran off. Ihe
non-union men w arrested.
IUinole Fairs Discouraged.
SiiEi.nrvii.LK, .l., August 14. The
prospects for mod coru crop in this
section of the -te are by no meaus
flattering. Thch about the usual
acreage was pled, and a fair stand
obtained In niof.ases, the receut cold
wave has grcal delayed its growth.
Added to this Uie dry weatlier, which
has already doi so much to retard it
that farmers areprehensive that unless
rain comes soonhe corn will suffer an
Irreparable lujf. Should this crop
prove a failure idld the wheat, a-rieuL
turists will be gatly discouraged.
Toi'EKt, Kai August H. A confer
ence of stockm was held in this city
yesterday. T gathering consisted of
gentlemen reeseuting the following
railroads: Atcson, Topeka & Santa Fe,
I'uion Pacific central branch of the
Union Pacitle.nd the Ft. Scott & Gulf.
The Sta'e Satary Commissioners, the
State Veteriuaau, and the Governor were
also present. The result of the meeting
was the issulrof a proclamation by the
Governor cremg a quarantine uutil No
vember 1 ana! t all cattle from Texas,
Arkansas, Musslppi, Alabama, Georgia
A XEACIOVS MIEK1I T.
He Kefuaea Yield Possession to His
Succesir-A Fight Probable.
Ntw oklins, La., August 14. Since ,
April the Cott-houe iu New Iberia has
been held by.n armed force under Via
tor, the oldSheriff, who by force has
prevented th office from being taken
possession jy Veazey, the Sheriff
elect. Viatf is a Republican and
Veazey is i Democrat. Viator ac ted
under the advice of Theodore
Kontelieu, wb was defeated for reelec
ou for Jude by Thomas L. Gates and
also refused to surrender his ollloe.
1'eu bus the tigation for tne ottl.-e of
JuJge, Gateshas been appoiuted by tho
'iovertior, bt s unable to perform the
'unctions of h- ollke because Viator re
uses to reccguize him or surrender the
'ourt-house. Sheriff Veaz y made a
formal deuiaid for possession last week,
tud was reused. Governor MeEtiery
was then apiea.cd to, and he sent Assist
ant Adjutart-Geucral Forces to New
Iberia on Men-Jay, lo demand possession
of tho Co'Jit-huse iu the name of the
State. Via or ie lied the Governor, and
continued ii jossession. Battery A, of
Louisiana, Beld arti.Ury, was ordered to
proceed to New Iberia to-day. It Is ex
pected that Viator will be ousted from
possession of tae Court-hotie, and Vea
zey put in. Viator may tight, as his nun
are desperate e laraeters.
Grain and Provisions.
TUnWDAY, August It. lt.
Cotton ?toa'iy; m-'M.mtf. 10-i.tii'i'-.
palenK '.a.;, X3LX lo cauUM- l' "J;
Wiikai Firmer ; So. 2 Km. ..-, ...
new; No. 3 Keil. new, WT'ic.
tiiKX Weaker: No. :! mixed, 47'i i-ITe"! No.
S wbito mixed, Ki ,j54
Oats Firm: So. -.
KVK-Dull; No. A 4!iV451e.
ToiiAOCO-Firm; lUijs; common to choirs
fi.o,ai0.oe: leal: common tvl leaf, ?:."rJi
lU.uu: medium to irood !t.y-il".W.
II AV Prairie fx.iJW.iHUW tor prime to choice
new: ciover mixed. f'.iil lor common lo
lirnne: choice new timothy, 11.0e';iU.uu; inn
ey. f i:i.Ooi4l.(w.
IICTTKKr inner: clio'eoto lanr v pn.imr.rr
StfvKe: dairy, euoic-e to luney, i'lfil-u: low
l-.oos Active: candled, lie: .hini.ers' m.-irka.
Potatoks Ka-y, at :ivii)c er l.uhei.
Pouk tuiet ;i ew mess, f l-.Wil'.i.uj.
Laro linn:) ime steam. Vi"'ae.
lUCON-Longr H"4'iiIic: Hiortsi 117r.lli'-.
Clear ribs, lui iji.c, nil packed.
Wool Tuh-waMiel. choice, 'ic: fair,
ST'iK-'sc; dinjry und low L'4 'iT,. Unwashed--Choice
medium, -U ie; ifood averuc medium
eeieoieu mrnt nno I, Sine: woo l av
erage, Jii(,I7c; heavy Utflic; comblinr. V
wood, jJMt:je: comoipif, low irradcs. r. use.
Hioks Ouii-t; dry Hint, j-sc: damaired,
I-'Ue: nuns or stairs. 10c: drv Kaiic.i
12c: dry salted, damaged. Me; kip mil
calf. Baited, rj'ic; damaired, li ,c; tmiig and
stairs, bi; treen, uncured, ;c; damaged,
fcHEEP Pki.ts Weak: croon. TOWVv dr
do, 4t)(4T0c., us to umounl and rjutiiity uf wool;
(rreon shearlings, lie; dry do, ItHfrlou; lama
Wheat Lower: No. 2 Hid. Soteemher
lll'ic; October, !i:J:,e: Novembor, 10c; tie
cetnber, '.K'ie: May. $1.01.
CoilN Weaker: A-iLoi-t. i0 : Seotenil,, r
V.ic; October, 5!"u; NovcmOer, .r)-,e.
Oats .steady: Auirust. 'Siv: sentemt.ep
31c; October, W.-ic.
Wheat - Weaker; Aujiki,
temher, "HSe; October, Hv
b-'ae; iJecemlier. fil'ic.
Con.v Weaker: Auirusr, "il jc; Sepn-mber
50Se; October, 4'.i'ie; .November, !.", c, Near'
l-"4e: May, 4:1,0 " "
Oats I inner; Auuust, .'i-,c; September
:'4'.c; Je!ober. ear, -'I'iC: May, :!w
Pohk Autrust, f'XiM; September, f;.':;:',
i,Aiti intner; Ainru-t,
tember, I',..'i i; October. $T.ii:j ..
MIOHT Kins October, J i.mi.
Live Stock Markets.
Iloos Hei c ipt J, r,,w; fairly active, and
fx; hilfber; hxln f .".."V'4.:iij ; ri'muh packine,
$')..jo0!,..7ij; lieav.v packiiiK nn 1 -bippinv, if.i.;.
(.'AITI.F.-Heeeintp, ;,IMI; best : toady; com
mon wciik; exports. fii.i'it;;.; it'owi to
choice. $".!i'".ii. .; common to lair, fi.Ji
ii.iW; 'J exans, f:i ',h!;i.:m.
Siikki' lieei-ipta, u.ijijtj; weak; eominou to
(rood, f J.,iil.:i,.
C tti.e Market dull mid prices nom
inal e.Uni 1? .eViiT.Jo: irooil to .choice
shippinirat "i; lair to medium at f14W'i
.V.i; luir to cle.ee biitchi-is' at if 4 .tori.'iii;
mixed liiitehcrs, ?.i.iil..Vp; com.non to lu st
butchers' cows, :rj l..',j htoekeia, yii.tivv l.::."i;
feeder", fliiVil.Tb; hit buih, i.ur to choice,
Siikki Mark'-t steady; eninmon to fair,
.'l..'iiiitl.ai: vood to choice. ' l.?o;
wcRti-i-n l.uiib", t:iYii.: :,; in tani di
Hons Market steady; common to lair
Krassers, f i.iev,.i).
KANSAS ( ITV.
CATTl.E-lti-eelpts, :i,ii; weak and rdow
'4llle lower; native utocr, LIJini to I ..V)
poiindH averaire, fri.tne.i;.:;:,: do, m to 1,1ml
cornels iiveriit-o, t.,u.r.,.tu: Ht-aikers mid
teeders, f-lM"A .Vi; cows, :J.T' V'j; (fiaS
Texas KH-ers, i..si.i.;.i.
JlodH Iteeeipt". Uf); firmer and .V 0o
hixher; sales ut ?.1.7!,ii4t!.bl; mainly ul f .vm)
Siikki' Kecelpts eB; rpilct und un
Money and Stock Market.
New YoiiK, Auirnst II. Money Kc'. Paper
Wu.n' i. liar silver at lie--, r.xcliumrc tinn
WtttlW.'i lunv. 4sl ,4lsiv hhort. (iovern-
meiits linn. Stutes iiilot. Km roads hlirher.
Hocks weaker. On the rumors that the
N-w York Central Is lo i-Mie new bonds
rrlees declined 'i to 'e. Near the clone
tlwre whs 11 Iraetional recovery. The market
R-rt oU steady.
TTT1 f f
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned 1 Berlin and Agntu "Ware,
Binl Ca;es, Itoth Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
4MiMbr Adam & WMIaka Oil. Gasoline and Gas i stoves, Detroit
Silfe 'Z lhun-lton Stetd Plows, Chilli Plows, Walking Cultivators,
l oin ShPlleis, Planters, r.ic , r.ic.
Kos. 27 & 33,
riilLKIMfOXK N '-JO.
W I I ITL O Civ B R O S
Lenders in Low IVires.
MKTS & HOYS
UXD'KltWKAU ! k
CLOT HJ NO
13CI Commercial Avenue. -
H liillli RESORT
OPKX JUNE I TO OCrOI'.KK 1.
TKRMS: 88.00 pep week. Special Kates to
Families on Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WA t KH.
SPUING NO. l.iSPHlNONa . r-?l ,KIX r NO. :i.
t'arb ot iron
Chloride ' f Iron
Sulp'iH'e of Ir-io . . .
Chloride of So liuia
Sulphite Alumina .
.. 10.3 !
. . 122.0 Silica'e-'
. . trace 'Sulpha'e el Ir di
. , trareVurle n -.'e "t Iron . .
. . 0 'Alkalies
01.(1 Sulphate of A'umina.
t'.O Sulphateof Mat'iiesia. .
00.0 Cbhiri-le of Sodium... .
32.0 Iriiluride of V.h'x iura . .
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Printinir of every description from a
Dourer to aTliree-Sheet Poster on f lie 'shortest notice and
in the best stvle, ami at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get lus prices.
0. W. IIENDEltSON.
Ko. P.) I-Commercial Ave.,
bole Aireiit f'01 the (Ykdiratcd
Manufacturer and Healer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet lion Work,
HKAUyUAb lhUS I' UK
Ilulldtrs' Hardware and Carpenters' Tools. TaVe
and Pocket cutlery, best In the t-mrket. Hoirem
llros.' I'laled KiiIvi-h, Forks aim Seootis, OrHinte
Iron Ware, in-nln Earthenware. W'li te Mountain
Freezer-, Water Coolers, Ib-frij.'erator", Clothes
Wringers. Crown Fltiters. St-p La ldeip. Harden
Implements, (loldcn htiirOil htoves- best in the
world, Lamps ol verv desi rli lion, Klain Oil.
Carpi t Hwecpers, ather llust.rs. Ilroom. Win
(low Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol rifhlmr
The atiovi! .t rora bott irn price'.
Corner IJth aud Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Tin-; Daily IiuiXfiiN
ONLY TWI-.N'IY CENTS
FIVK T, ELKS Foil t NK IKlLLAIl
I Hi ii'Citini: now. I
SINKTT CENTS riill MONTH.
Pv 4 (TinOAAT
ca mo. in.
r i rno
171 I 3
Oxide of Iron .
Oxiile of Alumit.um... 01
"u'.pbbate of Maineiin 1 3
Carlmnie Acid (its.. . . 17.S)
-uiph. Hydro. Gas. . . . 10. a
A Ik dies 05.4
I j KM KN, lessee.
Allen Spiings. PojieCo., Ills.
Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
KJG & 1U8 Com'l Ave.
have a fall ai.d co; pleie lira' ef
DU ESS GOODS,
T.iiii 1. o.hhIs, Dusters, No'ions, Etc.
A he -vy ntc.is ol Budy lirus.'Oii, Taper
tries d.id liii;ra.n
A full stork of Oil Clo'.bf, all tlfit and prices.
All Oootlat nt Jlotiom IJriol
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8'h Street, between Com'l Avo. nd Levee.
CHOKE P.ORINO A SPBC'IALTi"
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITtON'.
Snfes Usual red. All Kinds ol K'eys Made.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Next Alexnndcr Co Ilrmk, Hth Ht.
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