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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST si, 1884.
Notiroa In till column loree llnea or loot iicciiU
i neinjurtloo or $1.00 perweelf.
HELP WANTED -Komlc.
Wan-thi. An Intrtlllcenl, onorijt'tic )ily of eood
nldri M ul ouc Ituaineea ability, to Introduce to
the trade and conapmera ol thla count v, Madame
I).-au' Celebrated Spinal Supporting Cutout,
plcn Jlrtly advertised and h ghlr recommended.
To th rl'it party a Mlary of $;m0 monthly lll
he paid Addrea wl'h reference
I.KWIS SC1UKLK CO,,
SIM Broadway, New York.
Day dock jump-teat inrrcr, new, pand job. at a
bargain, luquirc of K A. Huruelt. Uulletin ofllce.
At Auctiou-Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of Ihc C urt Hons i, In Cairo,
ill., a. 21'. V., ou
WKDNKSIUY Ihtf lt DAY of OCTBEK, 1M.
I will off . r for ale to tho hli:het b'd b-r. the (ol
lowing, very riVirable properly, viz : UrU k huae
ai.d lot 81x1 M feet. Washington avuuu-, adjoining
lirewerv, block 26 Dwelling hoiiKv and lots 33,
.! and 35. block -'R 14th atreet. Dwelling houae
and lota 81 anil 12. block Til, Centre afreet. Lota
S and S. block 4ti, 1ft addition, I'oiilar Mreet; lot
It, block In, lt addition, near the New York dure;
lot :V blocks), l.th Htreut,
ThiaUveri desirable property, aitiiHted In the
tnmne" centroa of the city, a id now thit it in cer
tuo Ciiro will aoeedily Become a creut railroad
and commercial city, presents an op;oitnnity for
luv-.-tmeut not iikeiv to otcnr iigalu.
TKKMS S rash. )al. 0 and i month secured
with 8 per cent inte'eft. or :l per cent off for cash.
For further Information iniinir' of
(.. H. I'lDC.KON.
M J HOA'LKY, Agent.
ENKRAL LOCAJi ITEMS
L'ical oh thir.l page.
Miss Nora IJuck ley Inn return:.! t'rom
an extended trip north.
Mr. G. F. Meyer, of Mound City, was
in Cairo yesterday on business.
-Mrs. Max Ilymati is in I'liittfueyville
visiting tlie family of M. J. L. Murjihy.
Twenty-five boxes'of l'tney peaches, it
W. H. Pettis', dr. Sth ami V.ishinton. It
Miss Katie Purcell has nturne 1 from
('real Sprint's very much improved in
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steaala's saloon
am! restaurant, corner Sixth am! 'commer
Mr. Werner, of the Cliic tgo clothing
house, has gone Eist to pnrchise a lar'e
fall and winter stock.
Mrs. Annie Mirk, nee Lmgley, of
Jackson, Tenn., formerly of this city, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Tanner.
Dr. F. M. Ilarrell's car l appears else
where in this issue. Mr. Ilwrell is a son
of Mr. Wm. Harrell and an accomplished
Painters in the employ of Mr. I5!ake
hie giving the Cache bridge a new dressing
that was needed to protect ..it against the
wind and weather.
A subscriber asks what time the Hu 1
son leaves on the excursion. Slei is due
here about 8 o'clock thi? veiling and will
probably get off about fl. It is a first-class
opportunity to visit Paduc th.
The Bclliitix enjoyed a pleaant call
yesterday from Mr. Leigh, editor of the
Paducah Standard. lie reports the news
paper business booming in his town,
Stuart, the dry goods man, started to
New York yesterday afternoon t lay in his
fill stock. He goes by way of Ilockfotd,
II!., where he will take a week's rest.
An excursion to PaJucah on the
steamer Three States is talked of fir Sun
day morning. The Chicago Clothing
House base ball club is aliened to be the
The New York Democratic State Com
mittee ure making a careful canv iss of that
state to ascertain as near as possible how
many Democrats are opposing Cleveland
and how many Republicans are for him.
Their reports are so far fivorable to Cleve
land. The streets are beiug tilled, old walks
renewed with brick, and theie is a geceral
go-ahead look about the city everywhere,
but the old dilapidated city scales are left
ht t iie orner of Tenth and Washington to
uladden the eye and delight the minds
alike of strangers and citizens, and espec
ially the dwellers in that particular neigh
The Iron Mountain railroad truck be
tween IVird's Point and Charleston, Mo., is
being raised above high water mark and
firmly imbedded in rock. Gangs of men
are at work every few hundred yards.
There will be no interruption f trallic on
this road during the next flood, unless
sonle unl'orseen and unavoidable occurrence
comes upon them.
A di-patch was received here last
night from an olTicer at Decatur, in re
sp mse to a letter from Chief Keanlen noti
fying them of the presence here of the man,
Joe West, referred to elsewhere in this
issue, who nave himself up to the officers
here yesterday, in which the Decatur offi
cer requuits that the man be held and sta
tes that an offker will be here after him
The negro, whom Olivers Mihanny
and McTigue arrested Tuesday niiiht fr
robbing n youiiu country man, otl'erod,
while on his way back to tlir county jail
yesterday afternoon, in custody of the offi
cers named, to "turn up" 15 or the stolen
money and indicated a spot under a dry
toods box in the lower portion of the city.
But Search of the place proved ftuitless.
The offer was, however, a virtu! confession
of guilt hy the prisoner.
From Mr. M.J. Howley we obtained a
copy of the Church Progress of tlx; 15th in
Mant, a Catholic paper published at Mar
shall, Ills., from which we clip an editoiial
headed ''Impartial Justice," to which we
direct the atteution of theliieh voters of
this city. The article was clipped by the
Progress from the Connecticut Catholic, a
leading ItUh Catholic paper of the east,
and sets forth correctly some important
facts concerning the two Presidential can
didates, which all citizens who desire that
this ctuntry shall lie respected by the for
eign powers and that our citizeus shall be
protected against foreign persecutions on
foreign soil, ought to know well nnd ponder
When Governor Cleveland was drafted
he need not have supplied a substitute, as
under the law au only son supporting a
widocd mother was exempt. Mr.Cleveland
was not an only son buthis two brothers were
in the army and he came under the list of
exempts. He furnished a substitute without
any necessity for doing so and has never yet
asked for a return of the money which he
paid out on that occasion.
A boy named Ed Kennedy, nu ssengi r
on the Texas A' St. Louis train, son of
widow who kieps a stand on Ohio Levee
Levee near the Illinois Central pis.-enger
depot, fell under the train at I5:rd's Point
last nioht about '.) o'clock and had a leg
cut oil'. He w as brought over here about
11 o'clock and given needed surgical atten
tion. He is about fifteen years old.
An ordinance requiring persons who
desire to move a house through the streets
of the city to first obtain permission to do
so from the City Council and file a good
bond in the amount of $500 as security for
any damage that might be done to streets
and sidewalks, was introduced in the Coun
cil yesterday afternoon and referred to the
proper committee. Auother good one,
providing for the inspection and sealing of
weights and measures, was also introduce!
and laid over till next meeting.
Drs. Parker were called upon yester
day to attend an Italian who had been
brought down from Villa IJidge ou the
Illinois Central freight the night before
and taken to St. Mary's Infirmary to be
treated for injuries on the head and leg
which seemed dangerous. It is reported
that he was trying to steaTa ride on the
north-b iijnd freight Tues lay night, was
discovered by tlu conductor and shoved
olf the traia while it was passing Yiila
Ridge at its usual rate of speed. We do
not know that this ttory is true, and the
Italian cannot speak enough English to
tell how he came by his injuries. Ho is
not so badly hurt as was at first supposed,
though he has an ujly looking bruise in
his face and a painful rupturj on the knee.
Capt. Williams, of the St. Louis and
Cairo road, has placed a special train at
the disposal of a little company of gentle
men who intend to t ike a short trip this
morning to a point on the road in
this county, where an incalculable quantity
of fine gravel may be found. It is said that
the gravel lies iu great quantities lose on
the ground within a short distance of the
track, and can be shovelled into cars and
brought to this city at a nominal cost. It
is said to be of a quality, too, that excels
any used here so far fur paving purposes,
being of a flinty nature and impregnated
with lime sufficiently to make it pack down
solidly under the action of wheels. Mr.
Patrick Sullivan is to act as guide for the
paity after they leave the train.
-The Council meeting yesterday alter
noon was very orderly, due, no doubt, to
the fact that the several nutters which
caused fhe "bad blood'' of the first tegular
meeting this month, weie promptly laid
over till the next regular meeting. These
matters were, portions of the street com
mittee's report, a petition from the Arab
Fire Company for an increase of its allow
ance, and a petition from the Wabash Rail
road Company for a reconsideration ot the
v ite by which the ordinance requiring the
company to station flag-men at certain
street-crossings ou. Commercial Avenue
wns passed. After so long a time has piss
ed since tliese disturbing causes last ex
erted their evil inllueiice, there is some
ground to hope that when next they come
up for consideration, they may be disposed
of in a manner becoming a council of cool
Commissioners Easterday, Baird and
Devote, appointed by the City Council to
estimate the cost of filling Eleventh,
Twelfth ond Filteenth Streets, from Wash
ington Avenve west, and Washington Ave
nue from below .Twenty-first to Twenty-
sixth Streets, reported as follows to the
Council yesterday afternoon: Eleventh
Street, from Washington Avenue to Cedar
Street, will require 3,:J0G.43 cubic yards, at
1)0 cents-, making fOOLO.'J. Twelfth Street,
from Washington Avenue to Jefferson
Street, 11,104.91 cubic yards at 30 cents,
$3,3:31.47. Fifteenth Street, from Wash
ington Avenue to Locust Street, 9,328.33
cubic yards at 3!) cents, $2,798.49. Wash
ington (Avenue, from a point 79 feet be
low the south line of Twenty-first to the
northerly line cf Twenty-sixth Street, 4,
522.91 cubic yards at 45 cents, $2,035.30.
Total, $9,157.19. The report was referred
to the Street Committee.
What Shall I Buy for a Present?
Send six ccnls for postage and receive the
Magnificently illustrated catalogue, (1,500
illustrations; of the ,
M Lit MOD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., St. Louis, Mo,,
And leiirn how easily you can settle this
Their beautiful goods ami low prices will
Whkn in s-r. Lolm Call on Tiiicm. 8
FOR HONOR'S SAKE,
A Loyal Wife Yio' 3 Up Her Life
But Successfully Defends
Awful Crime Perpetrated Upon a Repu
table Young Lady by Lewd Womea
and Abandoned Men.
There Was No Woman in the Case, Hut
Yet Mrs. Clark Mourns the Loss
of Her Frank.
Died for Her Virlue A Lynching Prob
able. Gai.v kskix, Tkx., August :u l'harl s
Juneman, a milkman, returned from a
trip among his customers ye.sterJay, and
lound his wife lying insensible upon the
floor hi a pool of blood, with her head
and face bruised in a shocking matmir.
The bird man Kichard Kiclisieh was miss
ing. When Mrs. Juneman was restored
to consciousness she made it Known that
Kichsteh had assaulted Iter with crimi
nal lutent, that she resisted him, when
Kiclisteh seized a hatchet and sttuck her
repeutedly over the head and iu the face
with its hammer until she fell insensible.
The whole community turned out to run
down the scouudrel. Mrs. Juneman died
In areat asony. Should Kichstch b ap
prehended he will probably be lynched.
Drugged and Ravished.
Tiiny.N. Y., August 10. It Is claimed
that Sarah MeCoocy, of this city was
drugged and ravished on Monday uiaht,
and this moruiug lu the Police Court
John liroderick and John Seerny were
held to await the resu.t of her injuries.
The girl Is uucouscious. Hid Corbett
and Aunie Hart, charged with aiding the
rime were balled out to-ilav. Another
lecomplicc, Mamie Golden, eluded arrest.
Miss MeCooev Is well spoken of. The
doctor says; "The symptoms are those
of polsoningby a vlolentdrug. Her limbs
ire badly bruised." The women Cor bett,
Hart and Golden are disreputable charae.
ters, who enticed the victim into the
hands of the men.
His Wife Knows There is No Worn in
in the Case.
UoCHKSTKK, X. Y., AUgUSt - '. Sc ell
years ago Frank P. Clark married an at
tractive young lady iu Lockport. T:.cy
came to this citv, where he secured em
ployment as a laborer in different maun
factories, lately iu the machine shop of
L. S. Graves & Son. Within the last fen-
weeks the wife has been extremely jeal
ous on account of her liege lord be ins
out every evening. She runoiistrated
but it did no good. Saturday noon h -.
drew his wages, went home, shaved auJ
told his wife he h3d to take his employ
er s wile out riding, ."shortly after seven
o'clock she received the followim.' mes
sage by a DistrictTelegraph boy: ! sup
pose you will be somewhat surprised
when you receive this. I tell you I have
lelt this afternoon for good. If we can
not live la peace we ml.'ht as well uot
live at all. I leave you all the money I
can. I hope you will not feel hard
towards me. Good-bye. Signed, Frank
I'. Clark." I'pon the receipt of the
message Mrs. Clark consulted with Mr.
Frederick Graves, one of her husband's
employers. He, at her suggestion, tele
graphed to St. Louis, stating that it was
more than probable that C.ark would no
to that citv, and asking that he (Graves)
might be iuformed. It is reported that
ITark'had been infatuated w.th a married
woman, and that they had left the city
together. The report can not be verified.
He is reported to have taken with
him. In an interview with h,s wife she
said that she had had words with her hus
band about being out nigats, but Mie inav
have been to b ame. She scorns the idea
that her husband ha- gone away with any
A ltKAl. INDIAN I K.IIT.
Thrilling Adventur; oi Two Vhite
HunterB Wf.o Vurt Attuckid
by P. (I hk.ns.
Wix.NKiT.t;, ! , Augu n :).On the
banks of the lied lover, a n.ile below the
:ity, Monday eveni-ig, u :,R mou who
had crossed the rlv. r 1 1 -Vxi', were at
tacked by a party of Indians with knives
md clubs. One of the whites raised his
gun to lire, when an i:),jan rushed upon
him and seized tie; gin. terrible
struggle ensued, daring which the gun
went off and Its contents u,-re lodged In
the Indian's st0nneh. The light
then became gneral, tin white
men clubbing their -is and the
Indians using their ki.ives freely.
One of the latter overpowered the man
whose gun had gone orf, threw him on
the gruud, and with upni,ed knife was
kneeling over him when another white
felled the redskin to tin: ground with a
blow from his gun. l imhy the savages
were forced to raire. The whites re
gained their boaU ami stalled for the
city. A posse of iio ii ,. went after the
Indians, and after seomi,, 1 1. woods all
night, fouud the dead b iv 0f tho one
who had been shot. The while men re
ceived several tig y wounds, and ono of
them is In a dangi ions condition.
"Mr. Arthur" No-.fit to cTean Up His
-N'KW Y August L'o..-Chester A.
Arthur was recently notilled by the health
ollicers that the vacant lots owned by him
on I'.leventh av.nue should be enclosed
with n fence, nnd the ashes and
garbage upon them .should be dis
infected. .Mr. Kecd, the President's
secretary writes in reply that Mr.
Chester A. Arthur directs him
to acknowledge the receipt of the notifi
cation, and asks the Indulgence of the
board until Mr. Miller. Mr. Arthur's
partner who attends to such matters, re
turns to town. In neither the notitlca
tloti nor the a.know.cdirmeiit Is the
President referred to ns 'President Ar-
A SKItlKS OK COLLISION.
The Slomn jr Twillttht Moots With Very
lion i on, Mass , August 30. Addition
il particulars of the collision between th
steamer Jw lllght and the John Itrooks
show that the Twi.lght while on a trip
Irom lloston to Nantucket, collldod with
the steamer Joh i llrooks, of the Poitlaud
Line, demolishing the formor's
tvheelhome and smashing the en
l..f port i-niiin, i iu Hrooks' stem
1 only hllghtly damaged. Aftel
the collision the Twilight collided with a
pilot boat and the steamer Kose Standlsh,
dolug slight injury. Ten minutest latei
she was struck by the steamer Stamford
as beforo reported. There were but few
women on tho Twilight, but much ex.
litenifiit prevailed, which, however, was
allayed hy the ollicers. The Twl ight
headed for llu l, where a landing was
safely effected. The Stamford was tow ed
to this city. No persons were licurcd.
Freight Rates at Buffalo,
lUi tAi.o, N. Y., August 31. Tlu
largest fleet of vessels that has arrived al
this port, most of them grain laden, camt
iu yesterday. Ou account of better grain
receipts, canal freights advanced to 4 1-i
ci tits for wheat and 4 1-s cents for corn,
while some boats hold out for 5 cents foi
wheat. Coal rates are being maintained,
inling at 70 cents to Chicago and l.aki
Michigan ports, CO cents to Duluth, and
from JO to o0 cents for points on tin
lower lakes. In lumber freight there has
beeusome unsteadiness and cutting rates,
but orb-es now rule at ijl.tlj to Albany
nd 33.30 to New York.
American Bar Association.
SuuTOtiA, N. Y., August 30. David
Pudley Field, Chas. A. l'eabody, Win.
Allen liutler, J. F. Dillou, W. S. tiroes
beck, Judge Green aud Hon C. C. lioniier
wi re among the prominent law yers at the
Convention of the American liar Asocla
lion this morning, lortlandt Parker,
President of the Association, read a long
inaugural address, in which he reviewed
the work of the past and outlined the
work of the future.
A number of new members were ad
mitted. A general council, consisting of
one member from each State and 'Jerri
t .ry, was elected. Papers were read as
follows: "Ou the rise and probable de
cline of private corporations In Amer
ica"' by Andrew Allison, Nashville;
'C itizens in relation to the State"'- by
A exander P. Morse, Washington, D. C.
The Convention uid remain in session
S rious Fire.
MoMini:, Mk ii., August 1'.'. Last nighl
lire broke out in Walldori's pa pi r mill at
the dock, and consumed the mill am.
contents. Toll's sand mill and ware,
house, ( ianthb r's tls!i freezing istab.iih
n id, and two ice houses also borne. I.
Loss, s;;o)i..oo; Insurance light.
ISAM; 1SA1.L ItliL-NI 1 Ii:-.
Score of Cumts Play 1 fa Tu'-stay,
New York NiwYorIs, I'.uffaios, 1
.....Metropolitan--, II; lI;o )!;!) ns, 1.
l'rovideuce, U. I . 1'r vi b-cc-.s, 1;
Iioston, Miss. lji.!..n., 1; (Jhlca-
Jlaltimor:, M I.--i;.t.l;ui"ivs, ; Vir
Washington, D. C. -N-ti mais, I; Wii
Indian ipolis, In I. ''oiu nbus, 7; In
dianapolis, j. (iuu:ci!;ed on account
Louisville, K.'. I. i'i.sv.1 e-, i'.; St.
St. Louis, Mo. -Si, Louis I'.ii uis, I.';
Kansas City rnioiH,
Cincinnati, . Chicag I'nims, C;
Cincinnati Union-, t.
MoiiDicu'.h Park R ic-g.
Nkw Yoiik, August l'ii. Yi . sterday was
the lifth d-'y of the .second summer
meeting at Moumc-Jth l.rk, and not
withstanding the h'-at th -re was a large
attendance at the t;a.k.
first Race Hau ll.ap s.t.-.-j stake;
three-fourths of a mi.e: Ioti, llrsl;
Hucksioue, secjirl; Herbert, tlnrd.
lime, 1 -.11 1-3.
Second lUr 'fhe Mo-.-t a. f huidruii
champagne sVil;.-s. for two-year-old.-;
Chimera, fir-:: nite llu-h, se oud; Fist
Lynne, thirl. 'Time. l:!.j.".-4.
ihird La.-.; he Monmouth lundi. ::p,
one mile au ! a hall : Drake Carter, Hi st ;
Heelandloe, .e.nl: Kitiglb.e, thin.
Time, 3:37 3-L
Fourth Ilace Free handicap sweep,
stakes, one and one-quarter miles: Aran
za, first; Duplex, s con); Iiondhodcr,
third. Time, 3:'.'.i 1-3.
Fifth Lace Three-year-olds and up
wards, seven furlongs: Swift, lirst; 'Tor
pedo, second: Lizzie Mac, third. Time,
1 :3'.i 1-4.
Sixth Race Handicap hurdle race, one
and three-quarters miles, over seven
hurdles: Guy, lirst; West Wind, second ;
Kcho, third. Time, 3:3.'.
FitANK Ki!T, Ky., AugustiO. Governor
Kuott has pardoned J lines Cunningham
aud Oweu JSradley, prisoners, who ren
dered valuable assistance to the officers
during the escape of prisoners last week.
Cunningham was in for life for killing the
seducer of his sister. liradley was up
for horse stealing, and his term was to
expire ictober next.
Sher.ff V.ator in Jail.
Nkw Oiti.KA.ss, La., August 30. Kx
Sheriff Viator and ex-Clerk Ltie, of New
Iberia, have been turned over to the
keeper of the Parish prison here. They
have applied for a writ of habeas cor
pus, and will have a hearing this after
noon. Fatal Explosion.
Amman, Mich., August 30. The boiler
of a threshing engine exploded on the
Howell farm, In Cambridge, yesterday,
Instantly killing Frank Kinney anil a
young man named Johnson. A brother
of Johnson is also expected to die of his
Quarantine has been discontinued at
'The deficiency In the Wall Street liauk
amounts to .4Sj, 1 73.
Heavy rains are reported lu tho North
west ami in Manitoba.
Visible supply of wheat, 17,241,000
bushels; corn, 4,42,000.
An alliance between tho Rurllngton
and Union l'acillc Hues is hinted at.
A block of buildings at Koscburg, Ore
gon, was destroyed by lire; loss, 100,.
Louis A. Knott, under death-sentence
at Colfax, W. T., was taken from jail
Au epidemic is ruglngut Central, Iowa,
which was thought to bo cholera.
Physicians s ly it Is not."
Tho remains of Priv-ato Whistler, of
the Grcnly paitv, were exhumed at
Delphi, Ind. The flesh had all been cul
from tho body.
Jnpaimotl 'Hoi'lin and .Aate AVapo,
Iiinl Cages, Bath Tubs, Watcp Coolers & Ice ('ream Freezers.
Agrnt for Adams A West lake Oil. Gasoline and (ins tovc8, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking- Cultivators
Coin Shellers, Plantei-si, Kte , Kfc. " '
ATOn" 97 ' 'V ''"'Street,
iU Li (A OO, CA I HO. in.
TI.'M.KI'IlUXl-: N t-'o.
Leaders in Low .Prices.
C LOT I I I N
Plii (.'iiiiniii-iri;il Avenue.
E. A. IIUKXETT,
,:,,wkS!,e,iai Job Printer,
iioinid-Hole rt'i lurator. re
prices aceonliu? t Style and Ouality
of Paper, special discount o;i large
l'llll K I KK sin,,i.k 1,1)1)1).
Letter II--a is i 1.0 to T, :,o
Bill lien. Is 2 7o to t 00
Note Heads o .V) to II .'0
Packet Note Ilea N ) to I)')
M uti.ly St it. in' ct- -.' ',) to :: o0
Ilusirn fs ( ':irds I' .10 to 1 '.fl
Lr.velopes ihii-h cut 'J-.... ' On to .1 oO
L'l.vcl.'p'-s ih'gli (tit 'l.'i''... 'J oO t" -1 00
Shipping Tn- -J ."in to II '0
Bills Lading 4
Checks, Orders and li ceipts
(10 b.ok.si :; o0 to J .10
Dodders, all color.-, i.nuu'ie
thousand) Cxll '2 10
Doiiei t-, !) x 1'.' i.-ifiole thou
sand i ;i fio
Wed. line; It.vi'.-it" i s -1 -V to 7 OO
Ball Invitation- 2 00 to .1 00
Bail Prolamine ',' 10 to 1 00
Posters, 12 X 1 s I ' j sheet) 100 4 -10
l X 21 i't sheet I,
sin.'l" no 11 -10
" 21 X :;0 Mllil sl.i-etl. . 00 per ind
21 x 42 fniumi'-o'h).. 00 er HO
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iloil'ir-. .u'oit iii'.- on i;i;.lo nl.oii l-.r c. I Tt'J
jas ii. mru.
(irami (Antral Slore.
I'l-.AI .Kli- IN
I I iO.
Patrick T. JIcAlpine,
Moilo to (jnli-r.
8tli St., be-r. Onto Levee A Commercial Ave.
OAIKO. - - ILL
Repairing- neatly done at short notice.
I-X. .Hi IN CIS,
Manufacturer and Dunlin In
8th Striiui, hutween Com'l Ave. ..ml Levee.
OA 1UO ILLINOIS
CHOKE BOIir.NO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMD.N'ITtON.
Sufoa Keoiilrnd. All KOkIp ol Ken M-uK
Mrs. Emily Ilowcrs,
Belli 11 CI' sa":0:fJ:E,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AItKHOX, Aent.
Noxt Alxniulv Co. Himlc, nth Ht.
tJ(iouil Stock uitU l'rlctt l(eueuliuble.A
tl t If I I 1
- - CAIRO. ILL.
I'.iO Com'l Ave.
lave a full at..i coc'k I'll" (.f
I.iin-i, in, mis. Lusters, Xo'ions, Ktc.
A hetvy "tiK-k of ltoily linin.e.a, Ta..r-lr;.-
A full !o'k ol ni Clo-l f, a l aLd prlcn.
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Xo. lUlrConiinen-iiil Ave.,
;iole Agent I'm the Celelnate'
Maniifditurer and Dealer In
Iio, Copper and Sheet Iron Wort,
Hu'.lilf ri' Ilttrilware ami ('arinler' Tooli", Th'i'c
mill I'oi ket Cutlrry, heat lu Oie cmrLpt. Iloera
llrui).' I'liilecl K fit vi'H. I'ork unu Suoohh, (.rnnilo
Iron Wure. Heriln KarOienwarc. rt'hlti. Miiuntaln
Kreeser. Wnter Conlern, KnfrltierHtorH, cIoIIii.r
Wrlinieri. Crown Kliiter. Step l.a'lilen", liarden
Itupli meiitH, Ci.ldeH Sst iir Oil Sloven- l.ct In the
uorlil, l.ttinpM of every ilewrli.tion. Klaln (Ml,
Curie t Sweepers, l-' iitlier HiKlern. Ilrooma, Win
dow Screen i':re (.'lolli, I'ull pup ply ol l-'ili!u
'I hu kIiovd it rorii bottom prlcc.
Corner Ulli nnd Coinnierclal Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Teluphollf No. I-'.
(Succe.iscr to CLiw. T. Xewland and
Plumber. Steam and Gas Fi
Coiniiieiciai Ave , bet. Tenth ami Ele
Drlvo Well Force nnd Lift l'limp furulahed and
nut up. Annul for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE F0KCE PU1IP,,
llie bi'Kt pump ever Invented. Now (laa FixtHrea
lurnlfhutl to order. Uld Mxturea repaired aud
tir-JobbliiB promptly attended to. 319-tf
SEVV YORK STOKE,
WHOLKSA.LE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN ti-ih: Ol'J'Y.
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