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THE. DAILY OAlftU iiULLKTiN; TUESDAY MOUNING, AUC.UST H, JS8-I.
NoMcm la tbl column inrHP Unit ur Utt i.Scunl
onalmwrllou or l.uu per week.
Wittriu. An IntalllKont, enr rqotic lady of good
ildrt'Mkod duji butineat thility, to Introduce to
trt lrdf in J container of 1 1lia count v, Mailtimo
IViui Celebrated hplnil hnpp.irttnir. Comet,
plendlrtly dvrtii'd in l h't;Mr recommended.
To the rl(.'ht ptrty k naiary of $7MW monthly will
be Ptld. AddrcMwUh rvference.
l.hWls Sl'lllJCl.K A CO.,
Ml Droadway, New York.
A qure cornered teut fifty by th rty feci, cult
ahle f jr t photographer or camp aieetiim: heil
rain well; will ba told for half it c at Tin1 liul
U in Cairo, bat for fur'ticr lufo'uution aililres C
11 Bright, LouUyIIIc, Ky.
At Auctiou-YaluaMes Real Estate
At th front door of too C urt Uo m, In C airo,
lilt., at)! IV M , nu
WEDNESDAY the 1st DAY uf OCTOBER, rttl.
I will offir fur aaleti tho highest b'd lir, the Jul
lowing, verr dt'irable property, vii: Hrli k hou
and lot 34xM feet, Wa'Mm'ion avenue, adjoining
HrewiTv, block M Dwelling hon and lota 33,
.Handji. block 30, l'Jth treet. Dwelling bonne
and lota Si and 32. block TO, Centre Mreet. l.o'a
8 and 8, block W, lft addition, Poplar atruet; lot
11, block lrt, lt addition, noar the New York store;
lot S, block 3 , l.th atreot.
Ittlver deatratile property, aitnnted In the
ouaineaa centrea or the city, and now ttut it is c;r
tain Cairo will aueedlly become a ereat railroad
and commercial city, present an opooitnnity for
luveatmetit not likely to occur auain.
TfcKMS S caah. bal. and l j montha aeciind
with 8 per cent tutereal. or 3 per cent otf (or cash
J or under Information luquir of
li. S. I'lDGKOS
M J. HOTLEV, Agent.
(rEXEKAL LOCAL FTKMS
--Locl on thirl pnjje.
Ci vf Ensjiuecr Thrupp hi.l (Hit the
lot for Mr. Om Botto'.i new buiUliii yes
teulsy. Fresh Oysters at J.h? Sieaala's saloon
hn restaurant, crnpr S-ixfli ami 'commer
One caso of disorJetly conduct was
legally dressed down by Jude linbinson
Secretary Blake gives Dotice of a meet
ing to-night of Cairo Chapter Xo. 71 R. A.
M. See speci 1 locals.
-A big boy arrived in the family of
Mr. Merrimm, the night watchunn, Sun
day morning, about sunris?.
Lancaster ifc Rice have the contract for
rebuilding the Wilcox block, an 1 ore mak
ing a Crat-class j b of it, but then that is a
way they have.
Mr. James Yost, of 'ho firm of Yost,
R'gelow cv (,'., one of the lea Hdl; business
and manufacturing firms of Metropolis!,
died Saturday and was buried Sunday.
The Granger will hold their periodi
cal fair and picuic at Villa R'de to day.
The Cairo Cornet Band has beftt cng a ttc I
to furnish music aud will respond. Cuim
will be well represented otherwis-, also.
xYrj injury to tho log-way of the Holi
day &w-Uiills ma le a brief suspension of
operations necessary tliis week. The 'log
carriage lost a wheel and the track under
the water was t rn up some a hit'.
About fifty citizens went to Columbus
on the steamer Three States, Sunday after
noon, returning about 10 o'clock at tii",!it.
They had au interesting time hile under
way. Music was provided and dancing
was indulged in.
Mr. Ueisset is having a new w ilk c n
Btructed along side uf his hotiv; nn the
corntr of Eighth ntn et and Commercial
avenue, prospectively Messr. Fry & R .ss
mans "idin.ni," cL.thin'' h ute. The
house will be open for business nhoU! the
1st of September.
A. T, DoB.tun h w Siiished the I'-imily
rooms in his new brick, and moved in last
Saturday. IK- will be ready to upen the
restaurant on the 1st of September. The
building is a ood one, and a greut addi
tion to the block. Its cost is some'liing
The cards are out for the wedding of
Miss Brigie W. MtDerniot to John A.
Charlton, both popular young people of
Cairo. The event occurs on the 20:h insf.,
at the residence o',' Father Murphy, of St.
Patrick's church. The groom is etuplou-d
here by the Wabash Company.
The exposition management hug not
only invited thi colored per pie to furnish
an exhibit for the Centennial, to be held in
New Orleans next wiuter, but it has gener
ously set aside the large sum of $30,000 in
order to help the colore'' people to muke a
first-class display of their agricultural, me
chanical aud other products.
Au auction sale of vuluable real-estate
will take place at the Court IIous-j on Oc
tober 1st. The property includes ahuut all
"wued in Cairo by Mr. George S. Pidgcoii.
Mr. PiJgeon has not hist coiitl deno; in Cai
n's future. Hi disposes nf his property
imply because lie cannot sell what he has
in California and dots n t care to feel h
- This is genuine Dixon Spring weather;
go there if only to spend one or two days;
the good music, cool nights and d inting
will pay you for yoUr trir. D0IJ't My ynu
Caunot dance; )m will when you g.j theie;
the sedatest, the livei,v, tho strong.-., th,'
weakest, everybody dmces, walks, runs and
climbs rocks and hilU at Dix m twenty,
lour hours after their arrival,
A telegram to Messrs. Jacks-m.of this
city, received yesterday, anu .unctd to theui
the sad news of the death of their father at
Ashland, Va the night befoie. Mr. J.S.
Jackson and Mr. Walter J icksou ure on
their way to Ashland, to attend the luneral.
Deceased was about fifty-eight years old.
He wal sick but a short time aud his death
was Hidden. Seven son an 1 threo dtugli-
teia survive him. Six of tho foimtr are
here in the west, all live young men en
gaged in prosperous business. Three of
them Messrs. G. II., J. S. aud Shirley
are hero no v. Messrs. E. 1'., W. II. and
W. C. wen here at one time, but are now
travelling for St. Louis hous. s.
Capt. McWilliam", thn new civil en
gineer of the St. Louis t& Cairo road, has
been in the city for several weeks, laying
out tho woik for changing the tracks of the
road and laying 'he ne.v ones to facilitate
au expected iut rease of traffic. He. is stop
ping at The Halliday and will probably be
engaged here a considerable time. His
homo is in Cleveland, ().
Deputy Sheriff Myers unetded a col
ored b iy named 15 yd Simmons yesterday,
for stealing a horse from a woman n lined
Lucy Pen rod, living at Uilin. The h .rse
was a fine animal, woith $125. Simmons
tried to sell hir.i to Mr, Lee lloicoutt, but
failed. S nun. ms h only ah mt fifteen
years old, and Judge Robinson sentenced
the young thief to serve jthroe years in the
Reform School yesterday afternoon.
Barton's Free Press : "A meeting of the
Republican Conoiessional committee of
tiiis District was held at Cairo last Ttusv
day. All counties except Randolph were
represented. Views were exchanged aud a
plan of the campaign adopted. Aggres-ive
work is to be commerced immediately,
and nonsense of no description is to bj tol
erated. Blaine and Logan's in d iritv in
the counties of the dis-rict wis fixed at
o,000, an 1 efforts are to be mid ' with an
eye sit gle to those figures.
The Prohibitionists of thiseouufy will
probably not take any org tu:..'d action in
tile present campaign -at least there is no
indication at present that they will. Th. re
is no constituted authorilv for calling a
county convention ami there does uot seem
to be any disposition manifested anywhere
to hold a convention. It is probable that
the members of the party here wiil permit
their brethren iu other counties of the dis
trict to set up the men an 1 they will be
coutent to vurt for them.
The Relief Committee of the O Id Pel-
lows of Illinois appointed to distribute the
funds-to sufferers during the late floods,
reported to grand Master Miller. The re
port, a published in the Odd Fellows Her
ald of last week, show s tint the amount
contributed by the lodges uf the state in
gregated la.'jOl.Cd; and the anwutjt dis
tributed was $.,031.o , leaving a balance
in the hands of the committee of $740 Go,
which is subject to the ord.-r of the Grand
Treasurer, Graud Lido-, or other proper
authorities. CMro L 1ge No. ;J24 is cred
it.?! with fJO in the report.
Tl.e Democratic Club ,.f Coinmercnl
Po ut, in this county, hi i i big time St
urday. The club is one of th? largest in
the Cou.ity and conipris-s the leading citi
i -ns for miles around the point. Ps mem
bers are iu eaants, too, and enthusiastic in
their iff rfs to i ff-.-ct the supremacy of
honest Democracy over corrupt Republi
can bohsism. Saturday afternoon the club
turned out iu full foice and attracted hun
dreds vo'ers who were not members and all
githeied at the bchool h.,'U-e to hear Mr.
W. C. Mulkey, of this c.ty. discuss some
ot the lea iing issues of the campaign. Mr.
Mulkey spoke for about two bonis, during
which his iu lience gave him the closet
atteition u'td expressed frequ-.-nt I earty
approval. I he b -st of humor j n v iII'-.I
through mt on all si.h s, and it is sod tint
several convcits were made from the ranks
of the other side. The Commer. ial Puint
club are doing good wort. Keep i: up,
boys, aud we II get there, sure.
About thirty miles above DuQujin, on
the Cairo Short Line, is the station of
Len.berg, a little place of probably six
imuoreu people, nearly ail (jerm tns. At
the last election they polled 127 votes and
they were almost unanimously Republicans,
only three of them being cist for Demo
ernts. These Germans htd been livin;
juat as they were wont to iu the old coun
try. That is, after at'ending strictly to
tueir various duties all the week, they
wouid gather on Sunday at a g-rden pro
vided for the purpose and enj .y a social
glass of beer and a lunch. 'I liese gather
ings were always orderly; they were parti
cipated iu by the families of the men, and
all went along in tju !,, st of humor. But
this statu of things was Interfered with
about ten dsys sgo. Several of the Repub
lican officials living become infatuated
with Prohibition, and burning with a de
sire to inculcate their ide.s of true good
ness into the minds of the j .vhd Germans,
tliey "surrounded ' the German camp Sun
day la-fore last, arrosle 1 all that were in it,
and had them fined next day from $ to
$10 each. Now for the sequel. The same
day these legal proceeding were had,
call was issued for a meeting of all the
German Republicans in the place. The
meeting was attended by nearly a hundred
of their, and all signed a roll, declaring
themselves to bu a Democratic campaign
club, orguniz.-d for tho purpose of laboring
lor the success of Cleveland & Hendricks
Germms of this state, aud all others who
opp .se sumptuary legislation, can not af-
ford to longer ignore tne strong disposition
ol Republicans ivcrywhere to engraft Pro
lumtiou upon the Uws of the country.
They must act now, before it is too lute,
and act togetl,ir,Rt the ballot box, or Illi
nois will follow in the footsteps of Iowa,
Kansas and Maine, with their demoralizing
subterranean, back-alley Mj chimney cor
ner traffic iu vicious alcholie concoctions.
The Crops of Spain Being De
voured by Myriads of
Escapedfrom Prison Live Lords Coming
The Cholera Again Spreading and In
creasing in Trance General Mil
Malta, August 18. No passengers
from Italian ports are allowed to laud
here. Passengers from Sicilian ports tue
quarantined eleveu days.
$10,000,000 KAMAiiK in cuors,
M.Mitu, August IS. A terrible plague
of locusts 'las visited Central xpuiu.
The damage to the crops about l iu la I
KSC.U'Kl. FKU.U I'ltlSON.
Paws, August 1 1 The Anarchist jour
nalist, Murphy, who was receutly con
demned to six mouths' imprisonment for
inciting the people to pillage, has t
taped lrom prisjti.
MaitsK.iLi.Ks, August is. Four ihat'.:
from cholera occurred here last nlukt,
At Toulon there was one death iu t!u
hospital aud Several in town. The epi
demic is apparently reviving and th.
number of cases is iucreasing:
PaKis, August 1. A dispatch l;v:.i
Cieueral Millot dated August 17 sas. ' !
have published a prooiamatiou'ta tV.
people coupled with au iiltimatiim re
gariling the regent's pretensions. Tii
Freuch Mig is hoisted over the citadel
Hue, the capital of Anuatu."
LIVK l.oKl'S H'MING TO AMKUtt'l
LoMMX, August IS. Lords tieCT-e
and Claud Hamilton sail ou the stta-.L.r
L'rittanic, Thursday, to visit America.
lilt AVSlRo-liKllMAN ALLIANU:.
VltXNA, August li. .y .n'.'if A'.;- ,
referring to the meeting between Cjul:
Kaluoky, Austrian Minister of Fore.a
Affairs, and Prince Bismarck, J,m
upon the universally peaceful aspect id
affairs. The Ausiro-Gerrnau alliance, .:
says, rvciovvs all thauce of rupture ft
peace. Russia is equal.y anxious wit a
Austria to adaere to Friuee Bismarck's
oUcy. The separation 0t iz-yv iru;;j t... ..
three empires is mereiv owiug to a u-cj-
nical financial question, and dyes l.;
imply last.ng estrangement.
i:au iiAKiiou iiurriALii v.
Dining: and Giving Dinaars the Order of
B.K lLvi:n..-Ji, Mk , August 1;. 'Je
Biaiue faualy is ioul-dag :iUu it for 4 ; .t
ou which tj buiil a summer cottage.
Senator Piurjib, of Kansas, 0;uL-a w:t:i
.Mr. Biaiue aturday night, and Colon. I
Groavt-cor, of Oiiio, and Representative
Bouteli last evening. j..-orge li. Newe,;,
of New York, gave a dinner tj Margaret
Blaiue aul others at Maivcru Saturday
night, and last nigat Mrs. K. S. McCor-
mick, daughter ot Editor M-:d;.l, of t:ie
Chicago 'In'mtv , gave a dinner i j Wa.ker
Broke Jail A Good Start.
1Y.kti.ani, i.H'.k., August is. Mturday
night there was a genera! jail delivery at
La Grande, I'niou County, Ore. Louis
Myers, under indictment for the brutal
murder of Patrick Brannon son,... months
ago, and three other des;.e.-ite lellows,
charged with burglary an. I lohhe-ry, all
broke jaa aud escaped. They w,.rc a4.
sisted by outside parties, 'j-.,.. C!caj,c.
was uol ui,-coverei ,lt jJrs
after the prisoners lad rk-ij. -p;, . -vXt
and poa.su are iu hot pius n:,
A Swiill Sieum :T Burui-d.
Pinsitl Pv., A'igm is.-Th..-
t-teamer Jack Ciumhert w-is Oijrued at the
Elizabeth (Pa.) wharf at a:i eirlv hour
this morning. Pilot K-.-ii an 1 Jis. Cooiev,
who were sleeping iu the cabin, narrowly
escaped with their lives. Lo,s,
The boat has been used to onv'ey' strik
ing miners to the Fourta Pool camp, and
ou .Saturday last it wa4 for (.arryilJ
more passengers thm allowed "bv the
'IKl'K, HIT V.X V(.(,.UA-l KO.
The Stories of a ConbI).racy AalnBt
thj Mexican Gov.-rnmat.
Nkw Yoitk, August K-A dispatch
from the City of Me.xieo, sent directly to
the Asssociatcd Pres, referring to the
reports via. .St. I.ouN, t;,ut a .M C0II.
spiracy against the (.ov.Thment had been
unearthed says such reporu are, in fact,
lo circulation there, iJ(ll an, ...
aggerated. It is true that live arrests
were made, but the so-ca,,i conspiracy
Is so ridiculously ceuk that it does not
merit the name.
Not Yellow Ftvi-r.
Washington, 1. C, August 1,.-Wm.
S. Brown, aged twenty-ilvc committed
HUiclde this morning at Lower Cedar
Point, on the Potomac by drowniri".
Three patients taken from the schooner
laylor, bound lrom Portobelio for Balti
more, receutly placed in the hospital at
Capo Henry quarantine, are suffering
from chagres or Panama lever, and not
yellow fever as at first reported One of
the crew died on the voyage with tho
symptoms of yellow lever.
Blown Into thu Air.
Cautiiaok, Mo., August 13. C. S.
Crocker's factory burned early jtestcrday.
An explosion occurred during the fire.
'Hie roof was hurled thirty fetlnto the
air, demolishing tho bulliiiug ll8 t f,,n.
"'J"U1 l0S8 I 930,000 s Insurance,
Ar.w Yobk, August lfj. .Jwhti King,
Jr., has accepted tho l'rosidoncy ol tho
New York, Lako Krlo & Wusterrn Halrroad
Company. His formal acceptance will
bn presented thlrt afternoon by tho com
mittee, wh ch was appointed to wait
upon him with the propositi du.
Itt 'MB) Broke Uiu Neck.
Amoiv, (., August 18. John Unity, ot
New Portage, Ohio, fell from a hay lull
this liioinlug aud broke his uetk.
Ki:v W'r.sr, Pi.a., August lti. The brig
Clara Belle, from Asplnwall for Hampton
Roads, urrlved yesterday. All hands
except the cook aud oac sailor ure down
with chayres fever.
Kobbed a Priest.
Pit i sin mill, Pa., August IS. Thieves
entered the private study ol the Rev.
father Molllnger Iu Allegheny City last
night Mid abstracted from the safe ?;!,o00
in money aud a diamond mounted chalice
valued at !? 1,000.
Nrw VoliK, August IS. Mayor Edsou
to-day sent a message to the Board id
AKhritieu vetoing the franchise granted
by them to the Broadway Surface Rail
road. Stabbed His Wife and Killod Himself.
MnwititKK, Wis., August I. Tiie
Jvitrii'il'f Broadhead special says: rsat
utday niglit Hall Ten Kyck stabbed his
w ife and Iheu committed suicide. The
vvoiuiu is sti.l liiug.
Walter Blythe Dead.
Cikvi.hM", O., August is. Walter
IS.ythe, a well-ktiowu architect aud lor
tli.t ty years a leading cili.eu of Cleve
land, died this morning of congestion of
the braiu. He was the architect cd many
important buildings in Vlilj.
Ktllf d by the C.irs.
Ci i a, Mu., August !. Yesterday
while Bcujamiu Beaum lit, of Hancock
County, i'., a passenger on the llanuit-al
t. Joe Roa.,!, was passing from one
coach to the ether he lei I tx-utata tho
wheels aud was killed.
A You.ub' N.ia-oil's Fat".
li! .x'.mim; iun, in.., August I.
Fiauk Schavffi r, aged li.'teeu, s-u cd a
farmer at Lexington, accid- nt.diy slct
i: i.seif dead, while htinting 0:1 Saturday .
A double ciiaigeit s.t struck him iu
n;outb, teailLg his face and lx ad to
pieces. He had beta dead some time
h-. u found.
Prohibition m Inwj.
At Kii'.x, I v., August I. prohibition
pr- hibits all lut titters iu this town,
b:.t Atlantic, a t.nvu of tnhubitants,
tweutv-iive miles south uf here, has a
1 rvspcroiis brewery runirng under a per
i a:t, and beer saloons are iun openly, di
i;:g a goo, bu.-ii.ess. West Mile, a town
vt , thirty miles no:t:i, has a Lumber
ot te-r saloons ruuuiug iu full blast.
M- Nb.v.V. A l l-s.
Cram and Provisions.
1 ST. Li "CIS.
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Live Stock Markets.
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Keceiptg, ivi.uk: eotnitioii to
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; year, .s.i7',.
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tember, 17.7'.: ilelolier, .7.s,",.
Mi-.irr ltiiis-M.pt..iibt-i-. $i.j.:iuj October,
f in. I;.':,.
& lit Kt.VI.O.
'.M'li.K Mai k'-l into e anil fi lower: o curs
nil sale; In ear-- -liipp.-U liii-t.
fSMKKi'. ami La Mils- I'air 'leiiii.n.l; common
to eh I (.- sheep, ?:i.-ij 1..,..; oi-linarv to elioiee
I, mil s ut J?l t"..
11. . us Mink, t iic:ie n r , . pri.es higher;
Itie.lliuil lolillr V.'iker-nt .1. ; k.h lo
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fo'i.lo; oo l to eAiia iii. r at ."i.!kj;jU. IU.
KA.VsVS CI TV.
(' VI'I I.K-lteeeipts. I.'.SIIII; weiik; tlleilillltl PU;
lower; unlive steers, L.'tui to l.."li ponmls
uveriore, t'i.'i'.o..i, in; .lo, XM lo 1,1ml pounds
uv.-raue, fl..siM.,.ii; Mockers Mild leedi.TS,
?:..'i)'(,l..'ii; e.iws, IS.NMH.T.; hiiish 'Texas
Bt.-el'S, lIK'Z, I. .'.".
Moos K. eeipts, :,,:n; tinner, i . - higher;
Hides ut f.i.."6.i. Hi; iniiiiily ut J.i.l.Vol..j.
fSHKhl' lteeei.s, 7mi; yood slunly; litir to
pood muttons, i'J''i,-S.'i.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Voiik, Amrust is, Money 1 to IS per
cent.; i-xeliiinire dull and urii-haiiied; fiovern
ients 8'eaily; eurreccy, tis, l:;o bid; is e u
p.. . , UP bid; I'.s .In. M:."i bid. The Kx-eliiui(.-
did in. I open until eleven o'clock this
inoriiiiur. Hi.- usual hour for openirtfi on Mon
iluys .liirililf tin? siiuiliier iiionths, but from
ttmt hour until tioou then-was fair Imyiiiir,
mid tin- deiilliiiis were clinnietoHed by it
Ktrontf tone. V underbill s imd liric sliarrs
led belli ill point of iietivity llllil Htn nnfl.
Tlio mid. lay improi en, out iiiiiiti-d from to 8
'.. Slnci. that hour tlieri- bus bocin a fraollon
nl m act Ion, but ihe undertone In Mronirat tho
fliiiii o writing, with pi-ot-pcets ot binder flu
WM. M. .DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -: KASG ES, -: T1H,
f) apimiu'd litM-lin ;uul Aatc "Vupo,
llinl Ciios, liatli Tubs Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agtnt lor Adaiiis & WestliiLo Oil. (iii-oliiii' mid (,'us toven, Petroit
Sale Co., Iliiiiiilton Steel J'luws. Cliillid I'lows, Wulkinar ( llltivatoi's
Coi n SIicllois, Plauicis-. Ktc , I tc
u t)7 IV
11 .1.1 I'll D.N 1'. NO Jl.
W B ITLOC.K 13 UOS
I .1 -;t( lei's in Low .Lpifc?-..
MKN: A- 1I0VS'
SI I 1.HTS
A 1 1
I mm mm , iiiiiim ' 'mWammmmmmmmmmmmmmammlmmmmmMmMmwmmmmmm
CLOTI I I NO I-IOUSK
1 -it CoMiiiiejciil AeiiUil,
e. a. uriiXFrr.
Book itlld 11 lMlt(.l'
7 "r Ohio I-evce.
Jlouiul-Hiile reriorator. ru;."
Priefs accoiding 1 1 Stv le an 1 Oualitv
of l'ain'i, -i--ri.it a.sc.ai.t "T iarg';
t'Kl. K Pill slVH.K 1.0'i'l. i
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Hall I'rojf.-r in.
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" 21 x ::J it'a'l sheif . ' I er l"'i
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flo,oir-. s;i ii, r:i". .ii u;., , .Mi!,..r. ''f i I !!
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a- i - ii : re
Grand Central Store.
L'KAl.illls I S
DRY (iOO I )S.
OA I HO. - - IKK
Patrick T. 3IcAlpino,
.M o I.- to Cril.T.
St Ii St., bet. Oil io I.evee & (.'.iMine rem Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILL
lUpdiriii"; ucatlydoiieatslioid, notice.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
b'.h Streo. , between C'omT Ave. ...id I.'. v. e.
OAlltD II. 1. 1 N )l
C1IOKK JiOHINO A sl'rcdAF.TV
Al.f, KINDS OF AMfYITToy
infes Keasired. Ail Kin.in ol Khvh M i.l.'.
Mrs. Fmilv Bowers,
Mr. AMANDA Cl..HKOX, A-ei.t.
xt. Ali-x.indcr C'o Hunk, HihSt
iiTUood Mock aud Price lteu(onable..Al
OO Kiirhth Street,
C A 1 I(). III.
( ::a. psi
- - CAIRO. ILL.
i:0 A: Kl-i Oota'l Ave.
fcsv- a f-il! in,; oia; ;:: l:u.. ..f
i.lllei; .s. I listers, Notions. K.ti
A u-w -,. ..i !i,,,:v ii.-tin... f, 'Uji. r
j'J j ... v ..... a . - t. f u.j i-p.
. el ' 1 1 .'..;:.-. a ! . i. sliJ -
All (i.'.Kls ol Hutli.ii; l' iis'h!
. W. HEXDEPtSOX
. I'.'l-Coi'imercial Ay'.,
. i:' Aseiit fni tin- I cl( hrat" 1
and IIAN'G MS.
Xi: u:'n Pir-r :nl D.-ale !n
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
HKALfA-iTEKS I OH
t'"'M I! i-'i.nir- at.il Carj erit r.' To i-, Ta'i c
Hiui r,.r!c.-t i iir - rv, i'.-t In the rur:,ct. Il 'eri
Urn.' IM.i'. . K"!v'. Fork ana "Sto-m. (.rautt!
Iron W.i-c H r iu Murtlieini ir". vl'li t.- M ou :i Hi: n
1 re.-j.-r-. VVnt.-r r...i:.-r-. Ilef-ijer.-cer-. l.lota,
VV rliiL-'T-. I'linvr. r.:it.-r.. si -p I, i.l,' .- i. (,arij.-n
1 m ;o-rn .-n i;n,.!ea MirU.i so, v.- ne-t iu Hi
wori i. I.Hni. el .-v. rv ile-rri t.nn. t:iu l.i,
I'un.. t Sim... j,.-r-. V alii, r li'i-n r-. Il-uoiti-. Vn
;l,.w Sc-i-. :: A r '..(!, l-'-ill -up.iij , K.rh r,-'
'I'll.. a'e.N-: '.' f.-it l),!t .ri. Jtr'cM.
on er Ut!i .i-.-t I'litw-M Avi-niie.Ca'ro. 111.
1 en I'll" l ' .' ".
(Slicccss 'i- tn Clms. T. Nevvlaiid and
II-T. (ici-oiil.l )
Plumben Steam and Gas Fitter
(.'omiiii'i' ial Ave, int. fentli and Ele
venth Ms ,
Iliivo Well F.in c u'i.1 1.1(1 I'ltmps rurumh.nl and
nut i;p. Ancut for the I'duliratitil
4UUCKEYE FORCE PU3IP'
111... h.-st iiitmp ever Inventeil. New (inn Fixture
iirrlnheit to order. Oil Fixture reuaired anil
-r-.I )l)l)l.nj pruinptlyiitt. Dile.l to. :ll0-tl
N'EW YORK STOKE.
JJOi.KHACE AND RKTAIL.
I'lui !.'iuv:iit Variety 810.
in TUlf. Cl FY.
goods sold v,.;t:y close
NEW YORK STOKE CO,
Cor. Nlnotnenth tmet
I Cairo, III
Co atnercial A vonne