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THE DAILY UAlRO BULLETIN : TUESDAY MOliNING, AUGUST 36, 1884.
Notlcei In thta column uree line, or le SScenta
onelneertionor$I.OU per week.
Haydurk lamp-Heat turrey, lint price f M, new,
geod Job, (or 1M. Inquire of II. A. lluruett.
Haydoc k Phaeton, uew. lint price f.il, for J125.
Ii.quir of B. A. Uiituotl, tinllelln Olllce.
fTAILOKS WANTED. -Two jonmymen-a coat
1 maker nil a pant maker. Only good workmen
needapplv. K. LKHMMi, No. lb Ohio l.evee,
Cairo, lllinolg. nngSti-Ht
TNITBD STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
Br virtue of a writ Uaued out of the Pltirlct
Court of the t inted state, for the southern tin
trtct of Illinois, In admiralty, dated on MondHr the
18th day of AuruM. A. D ls-M. will be told at Puli
Ic Sale, ts the hmtie and bet blddtr, lor cah
at New Liberty, Tone county. In atd DUtrlct, on
the fourth day of September, A. I , ISM. between
the honrol cuntet of raid day and So 'clock A. M
the fullnwinff di--nhtil tmmerh. to-wit:
The wreck ol the neamhoat K. K. I.el, Includ
ing her I bollera, S engine, nler engine, doctor,
pump, urate bar, Ac , Hie ame bavlue been onler
it hv ami mnrt in hranld. I OH N A TANNKII,
' f. S. Marshall.
Sprtnsfleld, I!!., Aifrnut HUh. Kt
" HvH.F, DARWIN.
At Auctiou Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of the C urt nous, lu Cairo,
Hi., at S P. M , on
WEDNESDAY the lt PAY of OCTOBER, 1SS4.
I will offer for a!e to the highest bldikr, the tol
lowing, very deoirable property, via : lirick h.r.e
and lot S4ilA) feet, Wafhlnton avenue, ad'olnhic
brewery, block :. Pwellme hmi and lo! S3,
,1 and !l5. block 30. lilh street. Dwelliuic honse
and lou 31 and 1. block 7. Centre street. Lois
S and S. block 4n. lt addillon. Poplar street: lot
14, block 1h. M addition, near the New York store;
let V.', h!ock), l-.th street.
This ! vert delrah'e propeitv, situated in the
business centre of the city, and now thit it is cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a treat railroad
and commercial city, presenls an oppoituuity for
Investment not Itke.y to occur sa'.n.
TERMS S cash, bal.6 and 12 months secured
with per cent Interest, or 3 per Cent off or cash.
For further Inferniatiou inquire of
U. S. 1'IDGEON.
U J HOffLKY, Aeent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
-Lx-sl on thinl pse.
The htcit styles in Roy's and Child
ren':! Ui at Cliics;o Clothing llcust?. Ct
Mrs. Corlis an, I daughter, Lettie, went
to Dixon Springs via Vienna this morning.
Tare E!in Creamery Butter, 91b pack
ages. G. II. Jackson & Co. St
Mr. A. Marx, the Ohio Levee clothing
merchant, is on his way east to buy goods.
The latest novelties in Hats:, Chicago
Clothing House. Ct
Another circus was in the city Sunday.
It was Dorris", passing through here fir
Fresh Oysters at Joe SteagaU's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
cial. K. Lehning advertises for two gwd
journeyman tailors to-day, which means
plenty of work.
Traveling Caps in seal bruwp, dark
green, wine, blue and black colors tt Chi
cago Cluthing House. Ot
Mr. Winlock Miller is at home to stay
and will take a desk in the Wabash rail
Correct new styks in Hits at Chicago
Clothing House. Ct
Mr. Horace Tucker and Mr. J. C.
McCord, of the Illinois Central railroad,
came down from Chicago yesterday.
Misses Jessie and Liliie Hamilton, of
Mound City, who had been here for a week
visiting at the residence of Mr. G. T.
Whitluck, returned home Sunday.
Just received a complete new lino of
soft and stiff hats for the fall and winter
sasou; Chicago Clothing House. Ut
Mr. Jno. Linegnr, of Mound City, was
in this city yesterday. He says ihe Inde
pendants there will very probably elect the
county ticket next fall, with the assistance
of the Democrats.
Justice Robinson gave official atteu
tiou to several cases yesterday. One of the
demi monde was fined for street walking
at night, and a gentleman named Tom
Clark was Cued tor using bad language
Alpine dress Hats in daik green, wine,
brown and black colors at Chicago Cloth
ing House. Ot
Mayor Halliday left last evening for
St. Louis to tvheto he was. called to testify
against a man named Taylor, charged with
violating the U. S. pension law s in the case
of a po r widow. Ho may be gone several
100 hats Bie offered by Mrs. L.E. Will
lamson for 13 cents each; also ir,o lutts at
j cents; also 175 hats at 50 cents each.
The first that comes will have first choice.
These hats must be sold regardless of cost.
'' Mits. L. E. Williamson.
C. 0. Puttier is taking in all the lakes,
sights, tfce., even stopping to take a look at
Lake Michigan. He will be in Chicago to
morrow, in St. Louis Friday and if nothing
happens to disarrange his plans will arrive
iu Cairo Sunday.
Our hue of lints is complete in every
respect and comprises all the new shapes
aud colors: Chicago Clothing Hi.u,e. Gt
K. A. Burnett, agent for the Editable
Life, yesterday received check from the
company, fS.OitO iu payment for policies
tin lire ot the late Ernest I). lVttit. Fut for
one error in proota sent forward the claim
would have been paid several weeks ago.
The little Slaughter girl who was re
ported to have been kidnaped Saturday or
Friday, is said to be living with a farmer
about nine milei down the river, in Missou
ri. Her father heard of her whereabouts
Sunday and sought aid to o after her.
There is still no reason to believe that the
little girl did not run away voluntarily.
We carry the largest line of Hats in
Southern Illinois at Chicago Clothing
We have over HO new styles In stiff
Hats of latest shapes and colors at Chicago
Clothing House. (it
A sou of Mr. Galv'm living on twenty
seventh street, died Sunday evening, aged
about fifteen years, lie had beeu sick for
but a day or two, with cholera morbus
He will be hurried to-day
Rev. J. A.Scarritt wsnt to Anna yes
terday, to officiate at the funeral of Rev. G
W. Farmer, for many years a very popular
minister of this end of the State, who died
at the hospital there last Sunday.
The negro steer theif captured by officers
Mahauny and McTigue last week, will be
examined Thursday when the owner of
the steer will he on hand to prove his
ownership. His confederate, has not yet
been heard of.
Last eveninj; s rainfall, according to
measurement at the signal service office,
was ninety one hundredths of an inch. It
was one of the heaviest rain falls we have
had a for considerable time, listing for
only about teu minutes.
Vienna and Johcson county were wild
with joyous excitement lust evening over
the news of tbe capture of Avery, tin man
who murdered the young school teacher
near toe city last wetk. Avety was said to
have been captured at or near Shawnee
town. Mr. Hoi ace Tucker, of the Illinois
Centra! railroad, was (ximined before the
board of county commissioners yesterday,
in the case of the people vs. the company
in the matter of taxing the elevator. The
board took the matter under advisement.
It is undoubtedly news to everyp.uly
that there is one state in the Union which
prohibits a Roman Catholic from holding
office. It is New Hampshire, the home of
Chandler, and always republican. What a
blessing it would.be for the democrats to get
into power once in that state, if only for the
purpose of repealing that infamous prohi
bition. In the parlor of the Halliday last
night a somewhat romantic wedding oc
curred. The parties were Mr. Stephen L.
Wiley and Miss Mary D. Marshall, of
Parauould, on the Texas and St. Louis road.
Rev. E Jen of the Baptist church performed
the ceremony. A very interesting compa
ny of Cairoites were present. It was a
run away match.
Hon. F. E. Albright will begin his can
vass ot Fulaski county on Monday, Sept.
1st, at Mound City. Speaking to begin at
p. m. We are informed that Jefferson
Club, Xo. 8, and probably all the Demo
cratic clubs of Cairo will accompany Mr.
Albright from Cairo to Mound City. The
county canvass will close at Ullin ou Satur
day, September Clh, with a grand Demo
cratic free barbecue.
Charley Frank, Jr., returned from
Dixon Springs Sunday night, lie met
with an accident at the Springs which dis
abled his right hand for a time. He, with
several others of the boys, were amusing
themselves by turning the water weeel, and
in sonio way one of the large spokes of the
wheel struck Charley's wrist with bucIi
force as to dislocate it. He started for
home at once and is now currying his arm
in a sling, but will be all right again iu a
Ti e Cairo club returned from Colum
bus about 10:30 o'clock last night on the
tug Ariadne. They were all much elated
over their success, having gained another
sigual victory. The defeat of the
Columbus boys was very nearly as disas
trous as that of the I'aducah club, the
score standing 20 to 8 iu favor of Cairo.
The Cairo club is pretty "hot stuff'' now.
I hey will go to Charleston, Mo., to-day,
leaving at 9 :G0 this morning, aud will do
the boys there up in like manner.
It having gone forth from hero and
elsewhere in this district, that the Murphys-
boro Independent, which has recently been
sold by Mr. J. W. Grear to W. L. X. Acker-
man, would depart from its former political
course and support Capt. Thomas for con
gross, the tollowing extract from Mr.
Ackerman's introductory in last week's
issue of the Independent, is pertinent:
liHM i I
"i ne paper win continue Democratic to
the back bone, as it has always been, and
we ask and expect the support of the Oem
ocrats of the county ami shall do our best
for their interest and the people in gen
About twenty citieus went Sunday
morning by special train on the St. Louis &
Cttiroroad, to the gravel hills near Sandus
ky. About two miles above Sandusky the
party alighted and boarded wagons that
were in waiting forthem. They rode about
a mile and came to their destination. They
were confronted by a high hill of broken
rocK wiucti several ol them climbed with
much difficulty. The rock was brokou up
into small chuuks of the s'zo of ordinary
gravel, of irregular shape with sharp cor
ners. It is a mixture of limestone and
silica, and where it has been used for street
or road paving, it has made a smooth, sol
id bed. It can be shovled up easily, re
'luiring no blasting or picking or breaking.
It is thought that if a tost of the rock in
the city here shall prove satisfactory and
any quantity thill bo wanted for paving
purposes here, the St. Louis & Cairo com
pany will run a sido track to the hill and
bring the rock into the city at compara
tively small cost. The object of tlio trip
was to acquaint our citizens with tho loca
tion, character and quantity of tho material.
The hill and immediately ouroundin" land
is owned by several Cairo citizens.
SERVED THEM RIGHT,
The Fronch Floot Having Porpo
trated Unheard-of Cruoltioa
at Foo Chow,
Attempt a Repetition on the Forts Alona
the River Miu, But Are Forced to
Withdraw Und!r Havy Tire,
A New Casus Belli Given to EnglatiJ by
the Action of Germany in
Foo Chow, August 25. Admiral Cour
bet opened tire at 2 p. m., aud the Chinese
replied almost simultaneously. The ves
sels forming the Chluese Meet wcro really
toys. Several Chinese gun-boats main
tained bravely a desultory tiro for about
a quarter of an hour, when the survivors
of tlK-ir crews leaped overboard. The
contest was practically finished in seven
minutes. The superior French artillery
made the contest, after disabling the
Chinese vessels, uo tight. It was u
massacre. Two eighteen-ton guu-boats ol
Uie Chinese Ileet fought well, sinking near
the Eug ish nian-ot-war Champiou; "while
others, stationed above the junks, made
a good stand. The French kept up the lire
ou the urseual and neighboring buildings,
forts, barraeks aud villages until live
o'clock in the afternoon, although re
istanee from tho shore batteries ceased
about three o'clock.
At six uVloeii Sunday evening th:ee
burning gunboats Moated down stream,
one carrying French colors. The scents
on the river, as the dead aud wounded
lloaied down, were terrible. The fort
lower down have not yet been attacked.
Of the Chinese men-of-war which es
caped the French bombardment of Foo
Chow, one was strauded aud had her
The French recommenced tiring yester
day, directing their shots against the
l'agoda. It Ls surmised that the object
of the renewed attack was to entirely tb
literate the place. The French transports
are shelling the villages which occupy
tne h ights around the Arsenal. Tim
Chinese fleet lately on Miu River, with
the exception of two ships, has been
blotted out. No surrender was allowed
to the disabled and sinking ships. Their
tins having beeu silenced, they were
shelled for hours.
Lo.M'O.v, August :'l A dispatch just
received from Foo Chow says: The
French irou-cluds tight in number,
again entered the river Min at two
o'clock this afternoon and attempted to
demolish tne forts betweeu the mouth of
the riwr and the arsenal, but owing to the
fact that the ships are heavy draught
they had to wlud through a narrow aud
difficult channel in entering the river
and the danger of obstructions having
been p.aced in the river during the night,
necessarily made the French ileet pro
ceed slowly, ibis gave the Chinese an
opportunity of making the fire from the
forts more effective aud so well di i they
handle their guns that the Freuch Were
compelled to retire an hour after thelirst
shot was fired.
London, August l'j. There is another
chance for a misunderstanding between
England and Gormauy iu regard to West
African Ttrillory. Ou Jui the Ger
mans took formal possession .A the Cam-
croons River, in Upper Guinea, aud the
adjoining country. Itr.s roused general
dissatisfaction among the Knglish traders
who think England should h ive taken the
river years ao.
On July l'j Mr. Hewitt, the lirltlsh
Consul, held a meeting of lintish mer
chants and local kings and chiefs at O.d
Calabar. As a result of this th kings
and chiefs signed a treaty, placing them
selves and their dominions urwer liritisu
CIlOl.KKA IN IIALY.
Rome, August 25. The fact that the
cholera outbreak iu Iialy follows a severe
rain-full favors the theory of Dr. Koch,
cholera expert, that moisture fosters the
development of cholera microbes. Seventy-four
cases are reported at La Spezzla
to-day, and the town ls isolated and ves
sels from there quarantined for twenty
days. In the province of Cuudo 11J cases
are reported to day and sixty deaths dur
ing the past twenty-four hours.
A Disastrous Fire.
Dlli-tii, Minn., August L'5. Due of
the most disastrous 11 res in the history
of Duluth occurred last night. The saw
and plauing mills of Little, Rather &
Llmond at Klee's Point, together with all
their machinery, books and mill outfit,
aud 7,500,000 feet of sawed lumber, arc a
total loss. The fire started about eight
o'clock lu the engine room of the saw
mill, and spread througli it and
the adjoining planing " mm 8o
radldly that ouly a small piece
of machinery was saved. Tlio lira then
caught lu tho yard three-quarters of a
mile long, which was piled wita lumber
to tho height of twenty feet and helped
by a stroug wind, completely cleaned tho
yard out. The losses and iusuranco are
as follows: On mill and machiucry,
845,000 lusurauee; valued at -S'15,000; ou
lumber in the yard 855,000 lusurauee;
valued at S0,00. All tho mill iusuranco
is held by Lincago companies, uf tho
lumber, 3,000,000 feet was owned by
Cutler, Gilbert & I'ierson, who were hav
ing it sawed. The ground between the
lumber yard aud that of Duncan Gamble
& Co., is all saw dust and slabs, through
which tho tire will burn for several days.
A Michigan City Burned.
Dktroit, Mich., August 25. llarinan
City, Oscoda County, Mich., was entirely
destroyed by ttre from the loroet fires
yesterday. But two buildings remain.
The dock is also burnQ. Tho prowrty
belougetl to Harman & Crowl, of Clev;
Th4 "Little Iuju.ni" Arrive.
Cabhisi.f, Pa., August 25. Seventy
seven young Pueblo Indians have arilved
here from New Mexico to attend the Iu
dian training school. They arc from
nine to twenty years old.
lllaiue is expected to shortly take up
his residence at Deer Park.
Secretary of War Lincoln arrived at
Foi tress .Monroe yesterday.
Cyrus W. Field leaves New Yorli to-day
for a trip across thu continent.
Joseph Keunedy, uu F.nglisman, was
killed by the cars uear Viiicuiines.
Private Henry's remains will bo ex
humed and au autopsy held to-day.
Keports from Manitoba say tho cold
weather has uot Injuied the growing
Amanda Hall, in a lit of jealousy,
.slabbed aud killed Hannah St.; wart ut
Postmaster-General Greshain will uot
resign his present position to succeed
Turkey Is considering the udvisubl ity
of sendiii'g a fresh circular t tho powers
on Mgyptlan affairs.
The strained relations of F.uglaud aud
llermauy are attracting the uttentlou of
other nations, especially Uussla.
Judge Charles S. Zane, thu newly ap
pointod t hief Justice of I" tab, arrived ut
Salt Lake City, Saturday evening.
The Quapaw Guards of Little Rock,
Ark., left last night for Louisville, Ky.,
where they will compete lor the ;I,000
prize at the F.xposlliou.
The G. A. K. picnic at the Fair Grounds
ut Atlanta, 111., on Saturday, was largely
attended. Judge Matheny and others
The rtce.ver of Fletcher A Shurpe's
bank reports that its assets ure Sl.aoO,
0')o, and its liabi.ities -jl.VJO.o oo, and
that the credit rs wid prubtby receive
.-cunty-ilve cents ou thu dollar.
Wcathcrford, Tex., is rejoicing over
her first steam tire engine. In accord
ai.ee with the prevailing poliiiea. senti
ment of the district the engiue is named
McPhersou Post, No. 1, G A. K , Sher
man, 'IVx., had a very interesting meet
ing Saturday night. Mauv sittlerswent
twenty-five and hirty miles to meet their
Italians are said to be leaving New
York In droves. Nvatiy two thousand
have returned to their native land by the
last t iree steamers. Ccssutiou of raiiroad
bui.iling and inability to obtain employ
ment are the causes.
Fouud Dead In B -d.
I.a Ckossk, Wh., August 25. Miss
Dora llulbert was fouud dead in her
room at the International Hctel this
morning, with a bullet-h do lu her head,
he hiving committed suicide. Nocause
Is assigned. Sh-j came trom Rochester,
Successful S rike.
Pim.Mo.i.riiiA, Pa., August 25. The
linn of Thomas Devlin A Co., having
withdrawn the notice of their iuteutlon
t j reduce the wages of their molders, the
litter returned to work this morning.
Grain and Prov.iiom.
MoN'li.VV, AL'Of.sT issi.
fT. i.oi i.
("OTTO StPaUy; tn il l.itiu.-. tt'it'i in.
Kt.ot u iStely; XX to eU'jlee. fJ.ttf AJ.ttj;
W iikat Lower; No. 2 Kr-1. fl 4 ;yc for
new; No. 3 K-l, new, ;:;:4 r: ,c
t'oK.s--Firmer; No. 2 uuxei. l'j,'J (o; No.
2 white mjxt-il, ju:,file.
I 'ATS Weaker: No. 2. 2i i
live Firmer: Mo. 2. .Vu'4 a-'ilo.
ToiiAiX'ii-l' irm; iufs; common to choice
f'i.Oi'XlU.'J): leaf; common re.l K-uf, T.5oJ
lu.uu: meilium to ifoo-1 fj.O SIT.iuj.
IIAV-Fruirm f ah wr prime toeholeo
new: Clover mixed, t'4.I0 tor eommuii lo
prime: choice new timothy, tll.i.",l2.CJ; fan
lii'TTEK Firmer: cno:eeto tancy creamery
So&Mc: dairy, eliuiee to tune;, ltii7c: low
i.oos Active; candled. ll ic: simmers'
murks. lu-s .Mle.
FotsvroKs ILfher. nt :..- ;i er t.ii'hcl.
Pork Stroti timl liiifiier; new megs, H'.i.wj
Laru vui"t: prune stam. ' k ,e.
UACON Loiiifi. ln-viHe: MinrU 11 .4UI Iuj:
Clear ribs. 1P4p, all i-iu-k.-d.
Wool Tut-wa-iiod. choico. f'ilc: fair.
'.".ic; diniry an I low ..:'. I. nx.nln-1
Choico medium, 1 ii.'e; ifoo I nverau medium
Iw-yJUes selected liiflit nne l-l'o: ifool av
erage, 1'VjlTo; heavy 14 iK:: eomti.n. 4
oiO'xl, trj'ttViio: commm, low rale,, ir, (.l'j;.
Hides Uuiet: dry Una. I"i ,o. datn.u'e l
'tc: nuns or stas. loo; dry suite l.'
c: dry salte'L dam itr-) I. 1 to. k::i mil
calf, s ilted. ic; damu'e 1. ti tv. rm,9 an I
siaiM, o'ic; gruuu, uneurel. ,e; dainaud.
mii:ep I'ei.ts weak: irrcm. TO"!.).!: irr
do, 4U?Jc., as to amount an 1 .(ua Ity or wool;
trreen shenrlinrf4, 10c; dry ti l'iU:: lama
Wnr.AT Lower; No. 2 fled, Pentemtier:
SS'io: October, tw'jc akel: November, wve:
I,. ...... in... I.. ..- i '
Corn Lower; September, ilu'-.c: i ictober.
50; November, rsl,e; D'-eetnlier, .V't.
I- oats Weaker, August, 31 ie; September,
M'ie; October, al'ie.
CHIC A JO.
Wiikat Wuuker; 'September.
ber, SI Vis.';
Corn Lower: Anion', 'il-c. se:tom!.-r.
5io: October, 4!",e; November, 4."; year,
4:.'c: May, 42 'c.
OATS Weaker; Amnist. 24 '.c: Sentcinlier.
2.'ic; October, 2.'so; year, 2l'4e.
I'OUK inirner; .Micu-d. f.r,. i : Si ntemher.
tl'Lim asked: year, JI2.1H u.-ked.
I.ARO Lower; Allifust. 7.4-l: September
17.411; October, IT.IT'i; November. f;.4V
MIORT Kills Allirust. U.2.i: SenlPinber.
Live Stock Markets.
Catti.k Hectipts. .(W; Mrunir: exuort
nt t.'4iM; rood to ehoiee shipplmr ut
ut tti.iKiyi.4i): common to lair, n.wsAMi
Texans, f .1.2i"6.J..
Hons Hcceipts, Is.im); I'uirly uetivo and
Ilk- lower; litrht. J.'i.'fl t'l.ld; rouv'h piiekinir.
f.".?0'4'.10; heavy packinir and sliipplmr,
fH.iHi!,n..io; jrassers, 4.7fiifi...'iii.
Siikkp HeeeiptS, l.cuo; ci mmon to irood
t'ATTI.K Market steady with it fair demand :
the bet irracb-H u shade hiirher; Indiana steers
from l,2ii to l,.itu pounds, v.i..M4,(.il.4U; 1,:JU
Siikkp ami I.amii- Market dull and a -diado
lower lor common stock; medium to irood,
from mi to 101 pinind-i. f.KVl.i; inferior to
fair, from TO to S'l pounds ' W .'ta.2'i ; medium
to itood liuub-i, f t.2 (4.im; I'limidii liinibs,
Ilois Market dull, weak imd lower: dairy
fed, tVSfiM.Xf, best irransi'i's, f "i,"Hrt"i.!lO; l-tit
buteliers' irrades corn fed, Irt.OW'.IU IMkS
CVvtTl.F. Itei-etpts, I,!); very slow and
lint I vi 8teer4 l.2im to l.suo pounds nvonuro,
fi.m oH.:tn: ntocker and feoders, $:i."iOiS4.5ii;
eow.s,IJ.i"':i.'tfiss Texas stwrs, $.'l.2ttiu;i.tn.
Moos Itecelpts. l,7iiO: weak imd clow; do
lower; sales at fi.VnitH.Eij mainly at W.mib
Siikkp Ueeelpts, 2.V1; unlet and unehunired.
Money and Stock Market.
Nbw York, Auirtist 2.V Money, 2itl. pa
per, ft'ii&H'. Ihir silver, loH. Fmhanifa
nrm: 4M2i lo 4S1 lonif, 4M to 4X6 lihort. iiov
rrninoiits tlriii; Mites ouiet; bonds lower.
Stoi-ks lie ivy und I iwer; deellnc rnnired from
v, toJ: I'nlon I'lieltlt- deelined 2S. KansAs A
TeJiis, IS! retuiimuer list h to in. inreca,
KlJ-i; 's, 112'.; 4's. I20 i P.etlle's, 127.
WM. M. DAYIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Herlin and Aato "Ware,
Bird Caes, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agrnt lor Adams & AVestlake Oil. dasoline and Gas stoves Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkinir Cultivators
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKl.lCPItO.NK XC). 'iO.
-Leaders in Low .Vrioos.
S1I I H'l'H
130 Commercial Avenue,
E. A. UIRiETT,
78 Ohio Levee.
l'owe'. Prices according ty Style ami Quality
of Paper, special discount in larsje
I'KIC E 1'EK PIXfiLE 1.000.
letter HeaJs 4 00 to 5 50
Bill Heads 2 7-i to 4 00
Note IJea.ls 2 50 to 3 50
Pftcket Note Head 3 00 to 4 00
Monthly Statement 2 50 to 3 50
BusiniBS Cards 2 50 to 4 0J
Envelopes (high cut 6-) 2 00 to 3 50
Envelopes (high cut CJ4')... 2 50 to 4 00
Shipping Tags 2 50 to 3 50
Bills Ladinsr 4 50
Checks, Orders aud lUceipts
(10 books) 3 50 to 4 50
Dodders, all colors, (single
thousand) C x 9 2 50
Dodders, 9 s 12 (t-ingle thou
sand) 3 00
Wedding Invitations 4 50 to 7 00
Ball Invitations 2 00 to 5 00
Ball Programme 2 50 to 5 00
Posters, 12 x 18 (4 sheet) 500 4 50
" 18 x 21 (Yt sheet,),
single 100 3 50
" 24 x 36 Cfull sheet). . 6 00 per 100
" 2S x 42 (mammoth).. 9 00 per ICO
tr-E tch iddltloril l'Oln Docters one 'o two
dollar, sptciiil rate on application for colored
1 1 B. RM1?H.
iubikt a. mx
Grand Central Store.
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Patrick T. 3IcAlpine,
Mtulo to Order.
8tbSt.,bet. Ohio Levee Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
j-jm nn. inch:,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8tb Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KIND8 OP AMC.N'ITION.
Safoa Keoalred. All Klndu ol Ken Mudn.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrn. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agflnt.
Next Alpxandf r Co. Tlank, HthSt.
LVOood Stock and Prices Roaeonuhlo.J
OA I IK). 111.
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- - CAIRO, ILL.
136 6c 138 Cora'l Ave.
(stave a full and coreplete lln of
Linen hoods, Lusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Bod Braife.i, Taper-trit-i
"1 A 1) d rn
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A fall itork ol Oil Cloth, til ilzei and prktt.
All Oooda ht Bottom I'riciil
No. lOlCommerdal Ave.,
2oIe Agent foi tlio Celebrate'
Mannfartarer and Dealer Id
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
nulldrri' Hardware and Carpenwra Toolf.Tah'e
and Pocket Cutlery, beat In the market. Hubert
Broa.' Plated Ktilvea, Korka ana Spoon, (irnnlte
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware, vVhite Mountain
Freeze, Water Coolere, Kefriiferaforn, L'lnthea
rlnirern. Crown Klnteri'. Step Ladder, (tarden
Implements, (lollies Star Oil Stovet- bet In the
world, Lampa of everr decrl( tlon. Klaln Oil.
Carpet Sweeper, Feather Dnter. llroom. W In
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full inpplj ol Flihinif
The above tl rock bottom price.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Isi.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successor to Chad. T. Xewlanil anJ
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth aud Kle
... venth Nts.,
CAlltO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumpi furnlahed and
put up. Aieut for the Celubrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP"
the beat pump ever Invented. New Qaa FliUrea
furnlahed to order. Old fixture repaired and
tyjobblng promptly attended to
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth ttreet I
Commercial Avenue r
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