Newspaper Page Text
TII10 DAILY CAIRO lUJ LLKT1N: WEDNESDAY jMOKNINU, AUGUST 27, 184.
Nullee (n tin. foliimn turn Hurt or i-m iSi i-iM
onaluaortioa or f I il r wek.
ILyt.ik Jump aoat mrn-y. lift prtrn M m-t
n,.i joli, fr luqulre of K A Iturm-tt.
liny. In. k l'ha-tnn, new. h.t price f-Jkl, for flj:
I' (juirf ol K A. lluiuitt, llullettu Ullico.
M'all.eiHS WANTED Two lourui'ymiai a coat
X maker uil a pant uiuki-r. Oulv i;od workmen
i. .-d apply. 14. LbllNlMi
No. Iti Ohio l.fv',
i .iiro, llliuuie
At Auction -Valuable Real Estate
Al the (rout door of the C'jurl Ilotse, iu Cairo,
II. , at 41'. M., OU
WKPNKSPAVtho 1M DAY of OCTiMKK, 1S4,
1 mil fiff r for alc to the hlclu'nt bld.li r, the fill
iiiuc. very denlrablc property, via: Hrlrk h ir.o
Hi.it lut 34xlu' ft, WachtiiL'ton avi-nni', ailjolnlni;
llrrttcrv, Mock Jb. Dwelling liniixv and lotj :..!,
t I :B. Iiliw k ao, lJth mri-i-t liwcllinir hotn
kt,d l'ta 11 and Si. blink ?!', I'untre street. Lou
i ai.ri 3. Mock 4'i, lot addition, lVplar rtrcct: lot
1 1, MiKk In Ut addition. tiiar the New York Htori'j
lot Mor k :i i, l-'th Mreet,
Thiitver dosiralilo propeity, fttuatrd in the
huain-u reutret of Ibe city, and now that it io Cer
tain I tiro will H't'idily bicomu a tri-at railroad
ni.d coinniercUl city, precoma an oioitunity lor
II ..vertineM not i
i . i.imHiit not itkeiy to otcur aaiu.
TKKM -'i ch, ha!, ti and li moMhi ccenred
;ih i"-r cent lutureM. or 3 pir cent off for tush,
l'.ir rurlher information liuUire ot
U. sr. nikiKuN
V J Hel.VI.KY, Atfent.
KNKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
L"Cii ua third pae.
-Tlie lutcit styles in Hoy's ami C'hild
n u's Hats at Ch:c-.c Clothing House. Ct
Mr. Korimieyer und Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lmiz returned from Dixn Springs
liny your feed stull' ot Aldeii efc Puck
i tt, Eighth street. Telephone No. 81 4t
The tikfio, Mr. Slaughter, went after
h,t il milliter and MxiiJh)' he brought her
home with him.
The latest novehir in Hats, Chicago
Clothing House. Gt
A aquad of men came down from Chi
cago yesterday, on their wy to Plum
Point to work for the government.
Whitlock Brothers, specialties in Stet
son Htts. 3t
The Youna Democratic cluh will meet
to-night at the Hibernian engine house. It
will doubtless be a very interesting meet
ing. Frcfah Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
nd restaurant, comer Sixth and commer
Jeff Clark has his painters at work on
the marine hospital wood-work. It is only
preliminary work, priming, etc. It will be
a big j b
Tin; largest stock of Silk Caps in the
city, Yliitlck Hrothers, The Hatters. 3t
Mr. B. F. UUke has just finislied anew
transparent t-ign for the Theatre Comique,
which will be put up in time for the open
ing next week.
Traveling Caps in seal brown, diirk
rcen, wine, blue and black colors at Chi
cago Clothing House. tit
Twenty new fubscrilx rs to The Daily
Bulletin commencing yesterday and this
morning, is the rather fluttering tribute to
our tlf'Tta to give Cairo a good paper at a
Stiff Hijts of latest st)le ami all prices
at Whitlock Brother-, '-Oak Hall." at
-10'J hnts ue offered by Mrs. L.E. Will
lains'iu for 15 cents each; a 150 hats at
;j5 tMs; hIso 175 hat- at 5U cents tacit.
The firs; that comes will have !ir?t choice.
lhee hnt inu.-t lx? Sol i rcgiitdless nf cost.
it MltS L. K. ILLIAMSO.X.
Correct new i-tjhs iu Hh's at Chicago
C.i thin II Um . (it
The .X;rew item's saU- at Hed Bud
w ;p bii.ken opi n by burglhrs M md iy night
r ihlx d of 30. A considerable cum of
tiMn y was on its way i ln-re, hut the train
was an hour late and the thieves, who it
weiiib were aware that thit mone y was com
ing thern and would be deposited in the
rafe, failed to get it. o arrests have been
The only genuine Stelsou Hats at
Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall." 3t
Yesterday Officer Wooten arrested Plum
mer Martin under an old execution, and
touk him to the city jail. On the way
Mitiu made the most vigorous resistance
ami compelled the officer t Ufe the biliy
hbetally. Arrived in the j til yard, where
M IVl.flll.l, ,t.'ull 1., t... u..ft ..I'
n.Miiiiu hm in mi- mi oi irouing some
clothes, tie snatched up a hot itou and at
tempted to brain the officer, who again
wielded the billy with good effect in self
defense. Plummer is a most desperate and
dnegerous man when aroused.
Just received a complete new line of
soft and stiff hats for the fall and wiuter
sason; Chicago Clothing House. Ct
-Muj. Ernst, of Nw York, and Mr.
Mitchell, of St. L mis, were at the Hulliday
yesterday. The former has charge of the
Government work on tlU Mi,sis?il pi river
between the mouths ol U10 Ohhi and Uli
nois rivers, and Mr. Mitchell is his a-sis-taut.
They came to take a look at the sit
uation, preparatory to arranging for the
commencement of work under section 1 of
the last river and harbor bill paHd by C-m
gross, where it appropriates 150,000 to be
iApiuui'4 i'u mi.- in irBiBoijijri river at tins
point. The gentlemen were here several
lays, leaving yesterday about noon. Mr
AUtcnoil win nave supervision ol tliu work
at this point and will return in a week or
two to begin work. He will be a citizen of
Cairo while tho work it in progress.
The lincM Fur Hats in nil colors, such
as brown, olive, clincnlato, wne, pearl ami
wnito at the "Oak Hall". Whitlock Broth
Ji. McDowell, fuimeily in churgo of
Mnosis. Barclay Bios.' prescription ding
store, is now purveyor in the marine hospit
al nero, wim It inn yery enirnbh post
His family now live in Villa Bidgc, but
when the new hospital building shall be
finished, tin y will huve comfortable quar
ters furnished them in one of tho main
buildings, apart from the wards.
Silk llats and Campaign Hats at "Oak
Hall", Whitlock Brothers. 3t
A civil case was tried before Justice
Itobiuson yesterday, to which Charley
Throgmortup and the St. Louis & Cuiro
railroad were piirtiee. The former sued to
fewer dam gi s from this company lor
s librae tost was injured some time ago
by being forced to jump from n freight car
directly to the ground. Mr. W. O. Mul-
key appeared for the plaintiff and Capt.
Williams undertook to plead the com
pany's side of the case. The couit to.'k
the case under advisement.
Alpine dress Hats in daik green, wine,
brown and black colors at Chicago Cloth
ing House. Gt
Mr. Win. Webber, the grocer ou Com
mercial, near Eighth street, has purchased
the vacant lot just above Mr. F. Vincents'
building and will erect a brick business
house upon it, two stories high and prob
ably a hundred feet long. The purchase
was ma le yesterday, through Agent M, J.
Howlcy, from parties living in Springlield.
Mr. Webber has not yet fully arranged his
plans hut will have work begun so as to
have the house finished within the tux:
six mouths. Thus doth the spirit of im
provement march on.
We have over 100 new styles in stiff
and sort Hats in latest shapes and colors.
"Oak Hall", Whitlock Brothers. 3i
At the residence ot Father Murphy
last night the wedding of Mr. John Charl
ton to Miss Bridget McDermot was celebrat-
cdjwith all the solemnity of the Cithohc
service,Father Murphy officiating. After the
ceremony a reception was given the young
couple at the residence of the bride's par
ents, on Fourth street, where a large num
ber of friends gathered and where there
was much joy for several hours. Mr.
Charlton is assitant yard master of tho Wa
bash road here. Both young poorle are de
serving of every blessing.
We have over 30 new styles in stiff
Hats of latest shapes and colors at Chicago
Clothing House. Ot
The Cairo nine did the Charleston
boys up brown also. At the Gth inning
yesterday afternoon the Cairo boys countsd
B tallies to the Charleston 0, and at the
close of the game the score stood 13 to 4, in
favor of Cairo. U is understood, that Pa-
A I. ,.. n .l... I :n. i. e
uiitnu niu tun uj mi! cvBuaviiie proies
sionals'' to help thtm out next oek and
come dow n here to "clean the Cairo nine
up." But is just likely that the Cairo boys
will know how to meet the trick. They
have shown themselves to be the dcks of
the walk in this sectiou of the country now
and they will not surrender the glory so
-Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Ha!;", Tie
Hatters Just received over nine hundred
dollars worth of the latest style Hats. 'i
The young man, Kittle, of Mound Ci'yfc
who figured so prominently and unpleas
antly in the Howard mob exposures, so-
called, some moLti.s ugo, has uis.de another
"bleak" that does not reflect credit upon
him. Friday or Saturday of Inst week he
took charge of a horse belonging to a man
n.niied It 'aeh, living m Pulaski county,
with the understanding that he should take
the animal to a Mound City livery stable
until Boach came after him, but if he could
sell the horse for J;50 to do so. Kittln
came to Mound City, sold the horse to a
man named Perks for $25 and disappeared
with the money. He had not been heard
Our line of Ihts is complete in every
respect and comprises all the new shapes
and colors: Chicago Clothing House. Gt
Last Sunday a little child of a family
living in the bttement of the miserable
brick house belonging to Juo. McCarthy,
on railroad avenue, above Twelfth street,
died. The family was very poor and had
not the means to bury the child's body
with. Application was made to Dr. Wood,
who guve au order for a coffin, tho appli-
cant exptesrmg the belief that this was all
that was needed. Hut the coffin a9 t.t
procured, for some reason, and the child'B
body was left unattended to until yester
day, when the stench arising from it arous
ed the neighbors to action, and the matter
was brought to tho notice of Chitt Heardon,
who had the body buried at once.
We carry the largest line of Hats iu
Southern Illinois at Chicago Clothing
Complimentary at hand for the Perry
County Fair ut Pinckneyville, October 7.
...... v, umi. , mo ia umj ()l
county lairs in this part of '.he state. Its
managers are up with the turn s. They
give $:j,000 iu premiums and $1,500 in the
pecd ring, and pay in cash the lust day of
uietair. They have magnificent ground.
well furnished with shade, water and ac
commodations of all kindi, and know how
to treat exhibitors end visitors with cor
oiauty a,i iuipnrtinlly. Their highest
purse in speed ring is flOO on the grand
trottilltr rnr'ii ..f 'I'l.. I... in.
imirminy, j ney ,ru
"Icsshi with railroad aec.oinmol,ltins, all
of which give reduced rate. Addr.. M
H. Lemon, Pinekiieyvill,, tho secretary, for
FOR HER GOOD . ASTE.
Cowardly Aflsnsnination of n
Sohool Girl For Rofua
inj to Wod.
Khca County, Tenuessee, Wild With Ex
citeuwut Over tha Capture of
Two Colored Rivishers.
Brutal Outrage On a Young Lady at
Fredericksburg, Va. More Lynch
A Cowardly Assassination.
Utica, N. Y., August 2'?. William
Kobe its, son of u well-known farmer of
Oxford, shot and probably fatally wound
ed Jennie '''racy yesterday. Huberts ha.il
repeatedly urged the girl to beeomo his
wife. SUe had given littlo encourago
meiit to hi.-i suit, and recently, in accord
ance with the wished of her companions,
I ad declined to recelvo his attentions.
Yesterday at uoon, as Miss Traivy came
from tho Academy, sho was approached
by Hoberts and ho walked a short dis
tance by her side. After soruo common
place remarks ho turned suddenly toward
her ami said:
"Will you be my wlfcV"
Tho startled girl replied, quickly but
"No; It can not bo."
lioboits at ouee drew it revolver from
his pocket, and taking deliberate aim,
lired at the defenseless girl. I he ball ea-
tered just below the left eye, crashing
through the head and lodging In the ha.se
of tho brain. Misa Tracy, without utter
ing a word, fell to tho sidewalk. It is
thought her wound Is mortal. Roberts
was at once arrested, lie was coed and
collected, and offered no explanation for
his act. ' Upon being placed lu a cell,
he seemed for tho llr.-t time to
realize the enormity of his crime, and,
seizing a small penknife, he inflicted oiie
or two trilling wounds on himself in or
der, it is thought, to carry out tho Idea
that he was lusaoe. At a late hour last
night crowds of excited men were- gath
ered ou the streets discussing tho tragic
affair, and there were open threats of
Komi;, N. Y., August '-'). A sixclal to
tho S'fttiii'l from Oxford eays: No new
xvclopments in the case of Miss Tracy,
shot by her rejected suitor, Wllllum
Roberts, yesterday, ner condition is as
favorable as can be expected. The
wound is not necessarily iatai.
Im.tatlnir the White Brethren.
Ciiai i anwiga, Tes.v., August 2'.
Two negroes named Melvln Liudsey and
Nathan Rivers were arrested in this city
yesterday on the chargo of attempting to
outrage Mrs. Lacy, a highly respected
lady of Rhea County, a few days since.
They went to the lady's bouso Lu her
huabuiKfs absence and tareut'-ned to kill
her It kbo did not submit. Her screams
brought alsiaueo belur ttuy could ac
complish their deed. TLe negroes stoutly
deny their guilt, but tin y will be taken to
tho oceno of their crime to-elay. They
will hardly escape lynching, as there are
now lice white men la the County Jail
who, three weeks since, committed one
of the most heinous crimes of this char
acter la the annals ol the Stato. The
county Is wild with excitement.
A Villain Captured, Amid Throats of
Fi(Kii:i:i('K.iii Hi;, Va., August Jrt. A
brutal outrage has occurred here. Miss
Fannie Thomas, whose mother keeps a
boarJlng-hou.-e, was outraged by Jacob
(jrundler, a young Bavarian, who resided
iu the house. lie had only been In the
country a few mouths. Yesterday after
noon, while Fanuie was alone lu the bouse,
Gruteller came in, and goiog to her
room, cooly locked the door and made
advunces. The girl tried to escape, w hen
she was seized, thrown down and the
deed accomplished. Her cries attracted a
passer by, the door was broken open and
her condition discovered. Grundlertook
a gun and went to the woods, pursued by
t'ie police, who, after lively llrltig, suc
ceeded In capturing (Jruudier, after
wounding him severely. Mu.:h Jndlgna
atlon prevails, and threats of lynching
IN llli WIKJ'.VS N AMU.
The Property of a Brcker Who "Used"
me I3uuu b oeuurmes.
New Yokk, August 20. Tho rumors
affecting Broker W. J. Hutchinson have
taken dellnlto 6hapc uud It Is said that
as a director ol the Wall btreet Rank he
used a largo amount of tho bank's hceurl-
tles to obtain a personal lom. The
amount Is not known, but under nro.
suiClromC. J. Oaborn and the other
director, Hutchinson has thus far
returned $125,00') to tho bank.
Raising this amount ou such short notice
has greatly embarrassed Hutchinson, who
was once worth several million dollars.
Most of his roil estato has been trans
ferred to his wife, aud efforts are being
made to luduco her to dispose of ft for
the beuelit of his creditors. Included In
tho estite arc an elegant residence at
Filth avenue and Forty-eighth street,
worth 500,000, and a couutry scat at
Seabrlght, valued at $100,000.
Rrforred to the Secretary of War.
Ni'.w Yohk, August Uii. Coroners Levy
of New York and Itublnson of Lona Is
land City, called together at Governor's
Island this moruliig to obtain theconsent
of tho military authorities to hold an au
topsy on tho remains of Private Ilonry,oi
the Greely expedition. They lound
Colonel Perrv. Assistant Ouortermat.r.
General, at headquarters, uud submitted
their application to him. On behalf ol
the military authorities Perry informed
t tii-in It would he ni'ceiittiirv fx, a .n
ten application to him to he forwarded to
the Secretary ot War at Washington. Ia
coanrmawuu oi hub inu i oiobci read to
tho Coroners an act of Congress passed
renruary za, iem.
Dnath ct 27. O. Hathwrnji.
Ai.ton, II I., Auguat M. N. C. IIMA-
Why, President ot tho Alton & Upper Al
ton Horse Uiillw ay Company, died at Mi
residence on Twelfth ftrcct, in UHs city,
lust night, nt tho ate of fortyrven. 1I
was ono of Alton's musk cutcrpriatej
citizens, and had filled vrhxis posttioua
of honor uml trust. He wits lutbeCKtf
Council for many years, and It was whito
a member of that body that he discov
ered llio tlerinuelie,l!l of the City (-V)I-lit'ior
nni other olllelals, and compelled
rtltiitTrtu. Tho Juoeral will take place
SALUT1NU THE l'KKSlDKNT.
Tha Orett American Navy's Narrow
PitoviDUNtUi, It I., August 20. Tho
navul sguadrun went out from Newport
yesterday afternoon to West Island.
Secretary Cnaudmr was ou the Tennessee.
Tho purpose was to puy respects to Prcsl
dent Arthur and nalute him. On tho way
tho Tenui!tse, w hen outJdo Seal Rock,
went ou a blind lodge. Captain Selfrldgc
says the churt gives nine fathoms of water
whrro tho vessel wont on. Sho camo off
without assistance after a delay of HI teen
miuntes, and was uninjured. President
Arthur was Ilshlng when the squadron
hove in sight Alter a brief tarry thero
the licet returned.
Call for Bo ail 8.
Wasimxuto.n, I). C, August Act
ing Secretary of tho Treasury, Coon, yes
terday ofternoon Issued a call for ten mil
lion three per cent, bonds to mature Sep
tember :W next, Tho bonds included iu
this call are as follows:
IX bonds, original No. i!07 to original
No. ell, both inclusive; uud orlglual No.
l,;!12tooriginalNo. I,ul3, both lucluslvo;
$10u, original No. 2,2M to original No.
both Inclusive ; and original No.
s.&H to orlglual No. !, 5 is, both inclu
sive; J500, original No. 1,113 to origluul
No. 1,150, both Inclusive; aud original
No. 4,0eW to original No. 1,021, both In
clusive; 31,000, orlglual No. M,;30 to
orhjlual No. 11.0SM, both Inclusive; and
original No. 22,S5 Ut original No. 22,313,
both Inclusive; ? 10,000, orilual No.
lu,:W8 to 20,'Ml, both inclusive. Total,
Politics to the Dath.
Nkwtiin, Ii.i, August 20. Win. Caso
aud Michael McCleur, two well-known
citizens of this place, lu tho mid.-t ol a
heated political discussion this morning
called each other harsh names. McCleur
struck Caso a couple of blows, when the
h.tter pulled out a knife and stabbed him
three times, ouco in tho side aud twice In
the back. McCleur will die.
B'jycottlna Stove Manufacturers.
Pni.-iitHGii, Pa., August 2d. At a
meeting of the striking molders at Alle
gheny last night It was decided to con
tinue the strike at ull ha.ird; also to ls-
suo circulars askiug iranes unions ana
the ireneral public to join in boy-
cottlna tho sUivo mauufacturers of this
CiNciNNAii, August 20. Giovanni Do-
paoli, uu inoilciiSive, peaceable Italian,
who keeps a iruit store ou Filth aud
Vine streets, was shot and Lttallv
wounded by Tomas Beruardlna, early
this morning Bernardinu is a saloon
k' epcr, and while drunk met Depaoil ou
tlie tree t md shot hlin without (rovocu
tloa. Imported Draft iloreeB.
BL'MINe,TN, lu. , August 2i. Geo.
W. Stubtlelleld has arrived In this city
from France w.th one of the largest Im
porta'ious of Norman French horses ever
brought to this country, lie reports that
there are now more Amo lean buyers in
Franco purchasing Norman draft horses
than at any prevloos time.
West Shore Chang .
New Yokk, August 2u W. P. Robin
son has resigned his position as Tralllc
Manager ol the West Bhoro Road. Thu
department will now be divides!, Ileury
Mont contiiiuiig as General Passenger
Agent, and Chit G. Ivldy, recently
Katcrn Freight Aaeut of Missouri Paci
fic, becoming Freight Trllio Mauager.
Arrested in Two Places.
Mattoon, lu.., August 20. Tele grams
have been received here from Martins
ville, Ind., saying that T. J. Chapman,
tho murderer of Hubbard, had. been ar
rested thero. He has also been arre.-.;d
at Poplar Bluff, Mo., according to other
Kootizur of Pharmacists.
Milwaukee, Wis., August 20. Tho
annual convention ol tho American Phar
maceutical Association opened here to
day. Iu connection with tho convention
a lino displuy of druggists' material Is
nittdo. Tho convention will remain In
session ouc week.
Will Stump For Blalno.
Bloomington, III., August 2';. Hon.
Geo. P. Davis, son of ex-Vicc-P esldeut
David Davis, will tako tho stump for
Bluluo and Logan. Young Davis Is u
lawyer, though not actively engaged In
tho practice, but assists his father lu the
management of his Immense) estate,
which Is valued at 83,200,000.
Tried It cn Herself.
Mitch ELLSviLi.p, 111., August 2rJ.
Kato Warner, a young girl who was be
trayed by her lover, and who attempted
to end his llfo by giving Llm poison,
committed sulcldo lost night by taking
morphine. Her parents are residents of
St. Joe, Mo.
Laducr Bros., bankers, Philadelphia,
Tho National Association ot Retail
Druggists met ut Milwaukee.
Hog cholera made Its appearunco In
the vicinity of Hamburg, Pt.
Tho Cincinnati & Eastern Road was
opened to Portsmouth, Ohio.
Tho closing exercises (or tho year ot
Chautauqua took place yesterday.
Commissioner Fink says tha railroad
managers will soon sottfo all differences.
West-bound tickets are being sold In
New York from 82 to 93 under tho regu
Wm. Roberts, ol Oxford, N. Y., fatally
shot MiasJeanto Tracy bocauso sho re
fused to marry btm.
Hou. Thoa. A. Hondrloks has accepted
hd luvltatron to bojresent at tho opening
of the ruoria (all, Scjitciu'jer IS.
Kato Suioiscy, of FL.laluo, Yi bos
reached tho 107th day of hor last, and
takes ncltofir loud or omirishnmat.
At Fail Creek, Pa , thieves rrasticd the
okuia of all the itunatc of a honso, and
then to wnat iooiy incy cold Cnd.
c)aKiiiTic.'(l lU.'ilin mid AjL?itio 'Ware,
IJirtl Ciies, Until Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ag-Piit for Adams & Westlako Oil. GtLsoliuu uud (ius Stoves, Detroit
Saf'i5 Co., Hamilton Steid Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkiujf Cultivators
Corn Shi'llers, Planters, Ftc, Etc. '
lUb. Li t OO, CAIRO, in.
.IcfultM's in .Low I'pices.
MKiVS k HOYS'
r1! YITI I I A
nr.rvri-T rrn i rfTC Li
v-a vr a ...j.x.
Dili Coinnieiriiil Avenue,
E. A. 1WRNETT,
TH Ohio Icveo.
Round-Hole reri'orator. i-o
PricM accoi tlinir t ) Style and Duality
of Paper, special discount ou Uryre
I'UICE l'EU SIMILE 1,000.
Letter Heads fl 00 to 5 50
Dill Heads 2 To to 4 00
Note Heads 2 oO to 3 .r0
Packet Note Deads 3 fto t" 1 00
Monthly Statements 2 W to 50
Business Curds..,, 2 50 to 4 00
Knve!op s (.high ut C-) 2 00 to 3 50
Enveh-pes (high cut O;)... 2 50 to 4 00
Shipping TaL's 2 50 to 3 50
Dills Lading 4 50
Checks, Orders and Ih ceipts
(10 books) o 50 to 1 50
Dodders, all cdors, (single
thotisard) Gx'J 2 50
Dodger, 0x12 (single thou
sand) -i 00
Wed ling Invi'atk ns 4 50 to 7 00
Ball Invitations 2 00 to 5 00
Ball Programmes 2 50 to 5 00
Poste ts, 1 2 x 1 S ( sheet ) 500 4 50
13 x 21 t4' feheetj,
Kim.de 100 3 50
" 21 x 36 Mull sheet). . 0 00 per 100
" 23 X 42 (mammoth).. 9 00 per 1C0
tf"K:tcli ai!tt!oiial Wllti ift.-r niie o two
domain. Pi'(:iai rutif on a;jj!ieatnti f'ir colored
Ik. R. 8XI7II. EOIIKUT A. KlTU
Grand (1entnil Store.
OJ LliO. - ILL
Patrick T. JIcAlpine,
Miido to Oreli-r.
Mb St., bet. Oliiu I.evce & Coturuercial Ave.
OAtKO. - - ILL.
Ilepairiu? neatly done at short notice.
J-J 9 K. INCE,
Mannfacturor ami Dealer In-
'JT a-XA mi .3 7 .
6th 8treoi,l)utv(uuL C'om'I Avu. and I.eue.
CHOKE BOHINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINUH OP AMD.VITION.
Salon ititoalred. All Btnda ol Kura M uln.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AUKHON, Arnt.
Noxt AlexnniUr Co. ItnnU, Wl h Ht.
tfiOood Block uud l'rlvua Kvatuuulilu Ual
, -:- TIN,
va X 1 (JJ'J,
- - CAIRO, JLL
13(3 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a fall ar.4 corsjilete lln of
I.invii iioods, Lusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy totk of Ilody Bruncli, Tarwr
tr'.e and Ingrain
A fall H'ivk of Oil Clevbi, ail i-t at.d prlcoa.
All Ciood at Ilottoin l'rietl
C. V HENDERSON,
No. 101 Commercial Ave.,
lc Airuut foi tie Celebrate i
Mar.ufiieturer and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet lion hi
Ilinldfra' Hardware and Carpentori' Tool,Tati'e
and I'orki t ntlcry, hou! In the market. Hmrort
liroi.' I'lati d Krilvca, Forki ami SpootiH, tiranlto
Iron Ware-. Ili riiu Karthiiuwaru, Vt'toti- Alouiitaln
t r '!;:i-r. Water Cooltira, lti:frlrf'ralor, tloth' i
VVrliiKi!rH, Crown Kiiitr. hti Mddurn. Oardi-ii
I in .l. rtifin f, Ooliliin tour Oil SUiviti- Ixi.t In l In!
world, I.miiiiii of i-vfry d';rrlr tlon. Klaln Oil.
Carpi t Hweciifru, I', nllie'r lliiatrm, lirnntna. Win
dow Screen W:ru Cloth, Full (utinlv ol KiaUiiiK
Tho aboMe t rock tiottom iirtrip.
Cornur Ulh and Corumcrclal Avunnn, Cairo, III.
'l'tilriilione No. Vi.
fSncct'B.srr to Chan. T. NtwlHinl and
II. T. (JcrouM.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Avo, bet. I'nnlli uml Klo
ventli Mm ,
Dlvo Willi Kiinn and 1,1ft )'iuii,. for Iilaliotl and
nut np. Annul f..r llm Ciili hr'ild
"HuoKKYE mm riiMr '
hi! hft iinmu pyr Ifirciitcd. fw t't
Inrnl.linl u Ofdr. 0,d Klftnri-n ri''irrl and
I 7Jol.llrij pnnrii)lf him,i1-1 Ol
9 1 'I If
NW VORK MIOKK,,
WUOLKfirHR AMD ItRtAll,.
The LarL'it Vfliirly Mc i
IN I tlt I'l I ?,
NKW YORK HTOUK (JO,
Cor. N ineti onlli nl ri 1 1
Conituurcial Avunuu I