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THE JWY1LY OAlttO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOUNING, AUGUST
Notteat In (hli rotnmn ctee llnea or lei 25cM
nnetnaertlon or l.uu P week.
W An In lull I gent, energetic ladj of good
ndilrrM and nene buaiueea ability, lo Introduce to
tha trade and conaunmra of III la county, Madame
lan' I'olehrated Mpinal Supporting Coraet,
fiilendldlir ad vert land and h'gtilT recommended.
To the rlchl purtj Mlary of $7.1.00 monthly will
be paid. Addrea with reference
LKWTS St'HIRLR A CO.,
81i Broadway, New York,
Haydock Jump-teat turrev, new, gaud job. at a
bargain, Inquire of E A. HurnoU, Bulletin office.
At Auctiou ValnaMe Eeal Estate
At the front door of the C mrt House, in Cairo,
III , at i P. M., n
WEDNESDAY the lft DAY of OCTt'BER, 1S.-4,
I will ofT'r for valet the hlghet b'd ler, the f.il
lowing, very desirable property, via : Brick hne
anil lot aixl'li) feet, Washington avenue, aJjniulna
llrewerv. block M Dwelling hou and lot Si.
j lands.'), block SO, lith v'rei Dwelling bonne
aud tot 31 and 3.'. block TV. Centre ftreet. Lot
8 and 3. block 4", Ut addition. Poplar ftreei; lot
U, block K lt addition, near the New York store;
lot b'ofk Jl, t.lh vtreet.
Ts. i vert delraVe property, vi'.natcJ in the
b ;lne eertref of the city, ard now ihu it i cer
tain Cairo will yetdi'.y totne a treat railroad
an 1 cosjmereHl cry. present an opcoi tun'.t.T for
ia" 'ri'ii! rot'aie'.T to eccir ;iic
I'iCRH , ciah. cf i"i i mon'.hi ecar-i
ts per cvb: iate-e:. or ) ter cent o? for Cia
F-'t" :'inaer mtoraaiioa icuiir of
o ?. FIDOEON M
m 4 u. Ltt, Aeai.
rE.VERAL UCAL ITEMS
- Fr'.sh cj iters. tis'i. celery in 1 pickled
.'.:xp it Winter or:Urs.
Cart. N. B. Thistle'! is preparing
t bai.l u.iUluon t h'i Cimm-ah! gv
czzi livery itiVle.
Mr. Btrcey Ciefe, yvd-ms'er of ti.e
Vbish riilro 1 here, is at his home ia
I'isvi.le, R;., oa & visit.
Fresh Oysters at Joe .StengalaV saloon
ar.J restturiQt, corner Sixth and commer
Miss Nellie Morehead left.hst evening
ru the s'eamer Fowler for Metropolis on a
two weeks' visit to friends.
Mrs. BeDjvnin Tnistlewooi's runt her,
Mrs. C. V. Coyle, die t at Pulaski Thurs
day morning, and was buried yesterJ ay.
Mrs. A. A. II syncs, of Fulton, Ky., is
in the city, stopping at the residence of Mrs.
John Holmes, on Seventh street.
The Nineteenth-street fill is nearly
completed. Teams are tnw at woik be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar, on
Another joint discu-sion between Hon.
F. E. Albright and Jno. R. Thomas, is ad
vertised to take place at Creal Springs n
the 30th inst.
Mr. Wra. D.ennia came home" Wed
nesday from a business trip south, very sick
with malarial fever. He was somewhat im
Mr. Thomas J. Ent has a new resi
dence nearly completed near the corner of
Twenty-eighth and Poplar streets. It is
ready for the pain'ers.
Mr3. Coyle, formerly a resident of
Cairo, died Wednesday at the residence of
her s m-in-law, Mr. Ben Tbistlewood, near
Pulaski, anl wis burie 1 yesterday.
The Illinois Central ri!road gulls tick
ets Mondays an 1 Tuesdays, good for 120
days, to Louisville and return to parties
going to the Ereat Exposition, for $10.15.
Mr. Win, White, of the firm of White
A Greer, is at home aijain. He returned
yesterday about noon, in excellent health
and spirits. lie reports Mrs, Scott White
and family likewise.
Col. Taylor and a party of other gen
tlemen went up the St. Louis A- Cairo road
a short distance yesterday morning to in
spect some sand pits. The gravel party
will go up Sanday morning.
S'reet Superintendent John Iloo&n is
engaged in constructing a parnianent sew
er-mouth at the corner of Thirteenth and
Poplar, which is made necessary bv the
uiiing ot .Mr. John Thistlewood's premises,
George William Curtis announces that
over 5,000 Independent Republicans have
alreaiy singed the roll of voters for Cleve-
litu l. How many there ate who will not
vote tor Blaine but do not care for publica
tion cannot be estimated.
Mr. Julius Sarbian has several ganos
of men and teams at work in different parts
of the city. One gang is at work on upper
Commercial avenue; another mi the court
house premises, and Mill another ou Sixth
The Decatur officers did not come after
the concience-stricken robber, Joe West,
who yave himself up to the police here
Wednesday. They telegraphed that they
would be here yesterday, but did not come,
and West remains in the city j i, hit will
probably be released unless called r t.
Mijot Marion Galbraith and wile, of
CcntmlU, are in the city, HMppimg at the
resilience of Mrs. Stites, on Seventh street .
Mrs.Oalbnith is a sister to Mrs. Stites'.
They came do,, f,lf , ,,eil!)Ure trip Hm,'
were in attendance upon t,L. Or,iKer pi,.
nic at Villa Ridge, Wednesday, since which
time they have been here.
Wednesday'wheu the steamer Commwu
wealth was passing WiHard's Landing, on
her way down from St. Louis, the head
cook of the boat, a German named Henry
Dutch, more familiarly known as "Dutch
Hen," fell over board and was drowned.
Henry ws drunk and wis lying near the
edge of the guards; he rolled off into the
river and wurf not wen afterwards, al
though the life-bout was immediately low
ered and every effort made to rescue him.
It was thought that lie was struck by one
ot the wIkk Is, ns he was lying immediately
forward of the wheelhouse when the urci
-The fill on Twentieth street interferes
with the running of the street railroad,
which is compelled to stop there and
transfer passengers afoot over the eleva
tion. This difficulty will probably not be
obviated unlil Poplar strctt above Twen
tieth shall have been tilled also, for which
work the contract has already been let.
Augusta Tovell outlines in The Cur
rent of August 23, ''General Gordon's Re
markable Creed," and her article will be
thoroughly appreciated as dearly settirg
forth those sitiouhr religious theories held
by the Heroes of thd Soudau, than whum
there is a no more interesting cont-mporaty
character amin; tlie "teat nan of tie
Th 'Ugh it has been uncomfortably
warm lu-re l r several d ns psst, it w as
warmer s:ill in Cliicag i. This knowledge
will s-'iui what rccoueiie our people to the
comparatively hitih temperature. But
Tiee premises a change fa radical charac
ter svn. Ho says that fr au the C0:h to
the 2 there will be a "generel atmos
pheric dls'iirhmct', 'ith heavy storms and
num.'roua clou l-br.r.-ts; a tnpicil hurri
cane like'y to be upon or appioaching the
coast about the 2-Vh."
The line man of the Baltimore & Ohio
telegraph c irip:iny, who, as was stated in
yesterday's Bi'U.KTi.s", was sun struck
while a' work on Ohio levee Wednesday
afternoon and taken to St. Mary's Infirma
ry, died soon alter having arrived there,
and was buried at Villa Uidie yesterday
afternoon. His name is nt known, as he
never spoke after he whs afflicted. He
was a young man, uumsriied, but is believ
ed to have a mother somew here in Southern
Four Missourians ciine over to this
city with a car-load of water melons Thurs-
lay, and after disposing of the melons put
up at a down-town boarding house. Yes
terday morning wiien the party awoke one
was gone, having left some time during the
night and taken with him the money real
ized from the melons, umounting to $115.
While wandering about the city in search
of the missing man, one of them became
separated from the other two and, at last
accounts, had not been heard from. The
two remaining men searched the town over
for their missing companion and the offi
cers aided them, but to no effect. They
learned only that the man had been drink
ing in a saloon down town, had gone out
('apt. Jno E. English, of the Haliiday
Guards, is making a strong effort to get an
appointment to the mail service ou one of
the railroads ceutn'ug here. He has some
strong influences at work in his behalf,
and he will probably be suful. Capt.
English is one of the very few Irishmen in
this city who have cast their lot with the
Republican party for several years back,
for reasons satisfactory to themselves, how
ever unsatisfactory to others. He is a gen
tleman of much merit in many ways and
would do much credit to the service should
he receive the coveted appointment. In
years gone by the Irish R. publicans have
been everywhere entirely ignored by the
par'y in p-iwer, and this sudden manifesta
tion of reat fondness tor the hardy so of
Erin, at this particular time, smacks very
strongly of demagoguery. Itmak iS Capt.
English's proposed appointnieut seem like
a political sop insultingly thrown to the
Irish voters of this city as a bribe for their
suffrages; but this does not detract from
Capt. English's merits in the lean, it only
calls to mind very forcibly the old s tying
that "it is better late than never." Wo
hope Capt English will succeed, but re
gret, for his sake, that his incumbency must
be very brief, as the appointing power will
change hands on the 4th day of March, A.
I). 1885, proximo.
The FJood Elevation at Cairo.
Caiuo, III, Aug. 21, 1884.
Editor of the Bulletin:
Please state through the columns of
your vuluablu paper what elevation high
water mark at Cairo is above sea level, and
P. 8. An answer in to-morrow morning's
Bn.l.KTi.v would oblige.
According to Judge Robert S.Taylor, of
the River Commission, writing in the North
American Review, of March, 1833, on ''The
Subjugation of the Mississippi," the flood
elevation at Cairo was 322 feet above the
sea. The river's fall from Cairo to Mem
phis is about six inches to the mile; thence
to the Gulf its fall steadily diminishes, be
ing about one aud a half inches pr mile at
New Orleans. Ed.
Jefferson Club, No. ,
Met at their Club Room lust evening. The
ciut) adjourned to meet Monday evening
next at half-past seven. All applications
tor membership must be made through the
permanent committee, which is composed
f Tims. W. Shields, ). T UlnT ,,
John II. Robinson.
The editor am! i.ublisher f -pi,,. Hl,:rit nf
the Times. New YmV. m, v .. 1 r "
THERE WILL BE WAR I
Or Some Very Fast Running
French and Chinese Consuls
The Russian Military Called Out to
Quell a Serious Auti-Jewlsh Eiot
German Newspapers Jubilant Over the
News From Bagerda German
CHINESE MINISTERS LEAVING PARIS.
Pakis, August lit. Excitement over
the Chinese dllliculty Is lntcuse, as every
indication points to war between France
and China. The feeling ou tho Bourse is
feverish owing to warlike reports cir
culated, the most important of which is
that the Ilnal interview between Prime
Minister Ferry and SI Fong Pas, the
Chinese Minister, to-day had terminated
in a disagreement, the Chinese Minister
refusing to accede to tho demand of
France lor indemnity. Tho oilicial an
nouncement of the failure of the two
ministers to agree is expected every
moment, as theChiuese Legation is mak
ing preparations to leave Paris. It Is
expected that the Legation will depart
IUKD OS THE Sl'OT.
Pauls, August l'I. Cholera is decreas
ing at. Marseilles and Toulon, and in
creasing in the provinces. At Clermont,
near Toulon, a priest ollleiating at the
altar was seized with cholera and died on
THE KEELING AT CANTON,
Canton, August 21. The Viceroy la a
rabid hater of foreigners, and his head
men and oilicials and the common people
are warlike. The merchants, however,
are paciilc. An English corvette aud
some Oerman and American Erunhnit nr.
FRENCH CONSl'L LEAVING I'KKlN.
London, August 21. The TVnie' Pi-kin
correspondent says the French Consulate
of that city lowered its Hag at one o'clock
yesterday afternoon and that the attaches
are preparing to leave the city.
The Consul delegates the Russian Con
sul to watch over l rench interests in that
the jkwisii mors.
Sr. I'KTKiism.ifii, August 21. Anti-
Jewish riots are reported from Yekater-
nosiav in Southern Russia. An organ
izer of outbreaks sent a girl to a bazaar
kent bv Jews ostensiblv to sr-11 rlnthoa.
but instructed her to raise an outcry, de
claring that the Jews had robbed her.
The girl carried out the orders, and in
response to nor cries tlie mob attacked
the bazaar crying "DownwiththeJews."
The military dispersed the rioters aud ar
rested the ringleader.!
Berlin, August 21. The German
newspapers are jubilant overtfte Bageida
Hag episode, and expect a speedy exten
sion of the German annexation policy.
what it implies.
London, August 21. The Tinns
Coblentz dispatch says the release of the
French ollicers implies that Germany
does not wish at present to r utile the
feelings of Frauce.
OVER CU TIOI'S.
Messina, August 21. The inhabitants
of this city refused to allow a vessel to
enter the port although she performed
the usual quarantine regulations.
Arthur Dines With Field
New York, August 21. The President
received but few caiis yeterday, al
though he remained at his rooms uutil
late in the afternoon. Secretaries Chan
dler and Lincoln were with him a part of
the day. About live o'clock he went to
Cyrus W. Field's place, at Jrvinsiton,
where he dined and spent the evening.
French Minister Banqueted.
New York, August 21. M. Gustavo
I)e Coutouly, French Minister to Mexico,
who arrived yesterday, was tendered an
Informal banquet at the Hotel limns
wick last night by friends and admirers.
M. Coutouly was formerly war corres
pondent for the J'uri.t !V,,.i. lie leaves
Saturday for Niagara, and will go from
there to the scene of his olllciul duties
stopping at Chicago and St. Louis. '
Arrested lor Killing a Prisoner.
Dallas, Tex., August 21.-Deputy
C. T. Warden, on Tuesday night, in the
County Jail, shot aud killed Sandy Wade,
a prisoner who was escaping from him.
The officer was arrested on the charge
of murder, but will probably be ac
quitted, as Wade was a deperatc charac
ter, who had served a seven-year's term
in the State prison, and was arrested for
wife beating. Tho olliecr claimed to
have intended to lire over Wade's head.
Cremated by LiKhtnhifr.
Coll'.misia, Mo., August 21. The badly
charred remains ot an unknown man
were brought here this morning, having
been found in the ashes of a haystack
which was burned by lightning yesterday
on the farm of Kd. Ib-nry of this county.
The Coroner's jury failed to Identify tho
body which was buried In the potter's
To Boycott an Opera Housi,
PirrsiU RGii, Pa., August j l . it Is an
nounced this mowing that the Painters
AsHeinbly aud Knights of Labor w ill Issue
circulars this week calling upon trad.'
laborlsu to boycott tlie Pittsburgh f )pera
Jlotiw!. This Is done because non-union
painters are employed to decorate the
Pkun, III.., August 21. Last night
Detective Kodgcrs arrested a gang ot
three counterfeiters and Mt with them
for Springfield, where they wIP have a
hearing before tho United States Com
missioner. They are supposed to belong
to a (rang who have been owrttiBg in
Central Illinois for some ttme.
I)lod in Humes.
Washington, 1. C, August 21 Jacob
11. Ely, Sixth Auditor of the Treasury,
died to-day, aged sixty-four.
Struck by a Train.
Ahia, Ia., August 21. -John T. Little,
while crossing tho railroad track with
his team yesterday was struck by a tralu,
which ki.lnl him aud both horses.
Run Over by the Cars.
Cairo, III., August 21. Edward Ken
nedy, a mcs-emier boy for the Texas &
St. l.oui lioad at Bird's Point, w as run
over by a train, causing amputation of
Killed by a Bee.
Arnona, Minn., August 21. D. Bums,
an old and wealthy fanner liviug at Pine
Creek, four miles from this city was
stung iu the face by a bee yesterday, and
died from the effects within a few hours.
For Att inptiiisr to Shove the Queer.
YoiwtisTowN, (., August 21. John
Tutty was arrested yesterday afternoon
lur attempting to pass counterfeit si ver
dollars, and bound over for his appear
ance before the Grand Jury.
Too Thick With the Preachr.
Freeman, III., August 21. To-day
John Kingman, a German, rich and
pio-pcruu, brought suit for divorce
iiuain-t his wife, Catharine, claiming that
she had been gui.ty of adultery with Kev.
George Berlin, an cx-.Meihodist preacher.
1'i:hiie.ck, K. I., August 21. The
sixth annual social gathering of Electrical
People of thN country will be held at tho
Vera De Lean Club House August 27.
Tlie electricians, telephonists and teleg
raphers will be the guests of the Ameri
can L ectrical Works of this city.
A Family Poisoned.
NIELIlY V1I.I.E, INI)., August 21. A
daughter of the widow Victor, living ast
of this city, poisoned the entire family
this morning by mixing arsenic with tho
biscuits by mistake for soda. Two
children are already dead, and the oth.T
members of the family are very sick.
Flc-d With the Bank Accouat.
Ciii' u.n, III., August 21. Louis C.
l.xtou, of the tlini of Brush, Gage .
Paxtou, commission men at the stock
yard, is repur'ed to have fled, taking the
lirm's entire bank account of ei, ,ooo and
a disi'eputab.e woman, and leaving be
hind a wi:c and two children.
Died cf Her Injuries.
AniiJs.iv, Kas , August 2i. Miss
ihys, the girl w ho was so terribly burned
yestt rday iu attempting to start a tire In
a cjjk stove by pouring coal oil upon it,
the 1 last night. She was so bad.y binned
that li.m'li of the Ib-.-li Ji'iyped from her
biubs, breast and l.ce.
Grain nr.cl Previsions.
THUiSMAV, AL'tiL'sT ::l, 1-sl.
Coiton Steely; ui 'ldon.'. lio4 j!., ..
Ei.ouk Ste a ty: X.V to ciio.ee, t .'.vi
W hka i .-le.i.ly; No. 2 lie.l, a
new; No. S Hi-l.'nctv, '.i'Mi:.
( int.-Sici'ly: No. ; nn.ve'1. ji,
i i.vrs l'li riier: .No. t'-: 3 a.
JtVK I'iriner; No. 2. "i! ; ;' :',L' ;o.
'J'ouacoi firm; ms; "eomiiion to
f'i.lMiilu.uu; leal; common rid leaf,
JU.'Ai: medium to uoo, 1 1 o ?,I7.'0.
Il AV-I'mino -....,;) r prime toele.i.v.
new: ciovcr mixi-d. (.ln tor eoiirnon n
prime: choice new timo'hy, f 11. or lz.i- laii
cy. E.C")-'.l !.."yi.
HlTTKit Kiniier: clioiceto tanev crane'rv
'Jkiji'Jo: dairy, choice lu lunc-y, Pil7e; .o.v
hOOS Aelive; candled, ir; -tin, pels'
marks. K. W ,e.
Potatok-.-Kuv. ai :;: s i:: ,,or toi ;n...
i'oitK ,-truiig and higher; newmcsi, fl' i
J. Alio Qui -I : nrliii'i stoam. T ie.
Bacon Loin.-, Il",-,c; tdioru, 11 ,
ciem ribs, ll'4'!.ll vc, till packed.
Woon Tul-wa-he I, clioien. r'iWc: fa r
Zi'A'i'x;: ilintry mi l low ::, r'i. Lnwa-le'i--Choico
mediuin, LI !..'.'..; ifoo.l aven,,'u mi'dm u
l'.",'.1le; selected iiirnt line cool a.'-
craire, M-'tlTc; heavy U& Pie: eointiin.'. .
tno'Ml, 2l:t-Jo: cumtiitiir, low wrni n-s. p;-ii;i.
IllliKS Ouiet: (irv thin, .i lC: dam i.. I
l:.''2c: nuns or (ta.'s. loe; dry saltei'
12c: dry salted, dauiaifi; 1. l'Mr. kin aa i
calf, salt'il. s ,c; (lamuiriM, U ,e: Inn, a anl
stilus, 6J4e; Kreeii, uneured, 7,,e; dum:i"i-1
ailKKP Pki.ts Weak; jrrefn. 70",srie; dry
do, W'tTOc, as to umoiint an 1 duality of woo.
(rrecn sheiirlitijfs, lie; dry do, loti'lje; laiu j
WllKAT-Wcakcr; ;No. 2 Bed. Sepli inbcr,
tide: October, U.j'.e; November, Hi'.c; In'
Corn Finn; St-ptr-mber, fil'ic; October
tX'c; Novi-mlier, .V.t ;v; lleei inljcr. ,t; ,(.
Oats Weaker; August, UL'cj Scptcmticr,
aic; Uctobcr, K.'! jC.
( 1 1 1 ( A in.
AmriiS', : Scutemn
7Mc: Onto Oct,
sn'e; November, s'4
W iV, year,
Til' .e; OcloOer, jl
4:i',c: May, 44 e.
ovis Weaker; AiiiW. '!."iH.e;
Se; oetoi ici ::; .Novemlier,
I'oitK .Nominal; car, s:i"i.
l.AKO lower; Aii.u,;, ;..-,; Scpicinl
t'".'i Oetobi-r, t- November, jt.i;
liceetiiber, T.Vi; .Tn'uj:ti--, f'.m.
HoiiT Kins sepleiiilier, J1U..V1; October
I-ivj Stock Markets.
IPjox Ueccipts, I2.ii; f iir y m t vi- and
5 lo Idi; liiulier; lii-'lii. .".ni.(,i;.7ii; rouvrh
piiekiinr. t'.'.i'".'i.:i'i; heavy packinif ami Mim.
t ' vn i.K l(i-ccii!n. 7.IMKI; choice Juts cornb-il
steady; till oiliers weak; exports. ti;.tnr;.7.ni;
trood to choice, .').iv,ii.:(n; eoinm.ui to fair,
H.&flTiM; T'exan-i, t f..'io.4.2ii.
Smkei' Itcccipls, L'.'iiio; very dull; com
mon to choice, i::.iXX!..n.
Cattle Mm ket dull: fair to clioii:e .'i.".V i.
!.' ; coiiimi II io iiiediion slccis f EX iv. i.'i r
mixi.'d butchers' .'J.'1I.l.i; stock hull $ : :.;! .
SiiKEl'- Mm kol dull; WcjO rn biliibs. com
moil to mmxI, '4. 1.'.l.tm; l iiiiadiaii, j.'i.' i,
I i mis fJ i aT-. to.L'.V'' ii.'.i'i; choice dairy
led, fi;.;i."i; pins, t'l.7.V'!,.VLU
KANSAS i rrv.
Ca tti.k l.'cccipts, 1,.'toi; steadier, tiatlvo
Hlecr I.'."1"! to l.'ioil poutnls averaifd, ."i.tin.(.
il.:ii; do, '.i'iO lo 1,101 pounds livcnij'u, J4 o-ief,
". 10 : St -ckers an 1 feeders, i..MPi..Vu; cows,
f.l MO:i.e"i: arrit'r 'T'exa steer, :t. h C-'.l. 10.
Moos Iteccipm, 7,'iOO; llrmer; Tic to pic
hitfher; Hih-s ill .oai.;;7'i; mainly at fH.Ui'3
SIIEEI' Iteecipts, tit'f steady; unlives, 1U7
pi und incrai-'c, fH.lu.
Money and Stock Market.
New Viiiik. Ainruxt 21. Slocks Irr.-vuliif
an I Iowit; O' clitie 1 'i"t per ra-nt.. New v'ork
Ceiilial, the GiaiiirciH ami Western L'tiioti
bclmr the wi-alet. Husinetis ipiitc active.
Tlicic were nilllcs at Int. reals, but the market
was weak at eleven o'clock. Tlirem, oi4;
4s. ll.'iS; if. LfliS; I'aeptefls. 127 bid.
.Money ufl. i'rine mercantile paper, fi'4'"Ji.
liar silver at IIO'd. Kxchamre, 4s' lonir.
(overnineiils cU a lv. SUieks clo-c I I'.rtmr
and ',",1 p"f C'Mit hi, her.
Japanned 3 Berlin and Aytito AVaro,
Uul Cages, DiVth Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent tor Adams & Wostlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled. Plows, Walking; Cultivators
Corn Slicllcrs, Planters, Ktc, F.tc ' '
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Envelopes hitrh cut (N.... 2 00 to 50
Knvelopes (high cut C,'2'l... 2 50 to 4 00
Shipping T-t' '." 2 50 to i 50
Bills LaliiiL' 4 50
Clucks, Orders an 1 Receipts
(10 books) ;: 50 to 4 50
Iloioers, all colors, (-ingle
thousand i CxU 2 50
Dodoers, 0x12 (-ionic thou
sand) o 00
I Lit 1(10.
Weddiii" Invitations 4 50 to 7 00
Ball Invitations 2 00 to 5 00
Ball PrnL'tarnmes 2 50 to .1 00
Posters, 12 x l" ( sheet) 500 4 50
11 x 21 sheet j,
single 100 II 50
", 21 x lid (full sheet). . 0 00 per U'O
" 23 x 42 tinaiiiiiiotli).. 9 00. per K0
fffF. ich tid'iltioi-Hl 1 O in pe-t tk cue n two
doilfire. sp.cial ra'cs uti ajijilb atiou for c .l.rvd
lii II. SMITH.
el,BKHT A. I'M ITU
Grand Central Store.
OiV IRQ. - - LLI,
Patrick T. McAlpine,
M.'ulo) to Orilcr.
8th St., but. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OA II iO. - - ILTj
llcpairing neatly done at short notice
Manufacturer and Dealer In '
8th Street, hiitwucn Cota'l Ave. a. id Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITtON.
Safes Keuslred. All Kinds ol Keys Mud.
3Irs. Kmily Bowers,
.Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSOX, Agent.
Xoxt Alexandtr Co. Xlunlc, Hth St.
t-tVOood Stuck and Prices Iteaionuhle.wCl
3 5 y-'A
Civ B li O S
- CUR0. ILL.
I'.iC, Ac iys Coia'l Ave.
hiv. a f.i!! m.,1 cuipletc Ion' of
I.inei, (.ooiN, I inters, Notions, Ktc.
A heavy ol Iioily Uruae Taper-
tr'ea anil I uyrain
A full ir)i of (oi; ciii'tii". a'.l tlfr ami prfcea.
All (ioixla nt Jtoltotn l'ricsl
C. AV. IIEiVDEIJSON,
No. VM Commercial Ave.,
. ole Agent fm tlie Celebrate'.
Mamifai tnr'T and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
HullibrK' llunhvnre ami farpent' r' To(il, Taii'e
and Purkrt iiiierv, bent III tftu markft. Ituitera
broil.' I'laini Knivi b. Korka anu Sooous, (iranlte
lrou Wure. U. r iii JCiirtln-iiwHre, iVlete Monntaln
KreeS'Tf, WntiT CuiilerK, Ji:frii'rattri, Clothe
WrliiL'i'r". ( run n Fluter-. St-p Lielde'i1, (iarileu
ltnplem'iit, tlolilen MurOil Stoves- bvl in the
Kurlil, l.'iiupn of evi rv desi-ri, tion. Klaln Oil,
l'ur,M t Sjwc ("Tf , 1-' athi r Im-n rs, llrouuis, Wlu
duw Scieeti iV.rt C luili, Full moply ol Kicliiii
The iilieve "i roe a bottmn prloi".
drricr l.'th utnl Com mere in! Avenue, Cairo, TIL
Telephone No, -
LOU ISC. HERBERT,
(Succeed- to V.h&A. T. Xewland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
Drive Well Force unci Lift Pumps fu: uinlied and
out tip. Anent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
the best pump ever Invented. New (la Fixture
lurr.ii.hcd to order. O il f ixtures repaired and
Jfir-Jobtilnjr promptly attended to. 31J-tf
NEW YORK STORE.
WHOLESALE AND R2TAIL.
The Lai'y;'3.-t Variety Steele
IN 'MM CI'PV.
NEW YORK STORE CO,
;.r.MnP'orithrrr:'.l pnj.. Til
Commercial .V vent. a ' '-'Ullv't lit