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THE DAILY (JAliU) HULLCriX: SUNDAY MOUNINO, AUGUST 81, 1884.
b NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NottOMlo thiicolomniiiMellneior lem Jlcenti
OBlDi.nlo or 11.00 per mk.
New Home Sewing Machine right from the fac
tory, it price $M for A. Burnett.
, IUrd .ck Jamp-fi't lurwv. Ilt prlcn M, new,
(id Job, for litxl Inquire of K A, Hurmtit,
Hiydock l'htetun, nt w. list price , for ll'J.i.
I' quire of K. A. Unrpott, Hulliulo OIHcb.
TAILOK8 WANTKD. Two lonnifymun-arott
mauer and petite maker. Only kiiI wnrlnnnu
need epplr. h. LU1IN1M1, No. 16 Ohio l,i'Vfe,
Cairo, llllnole. tuiivltiUt
IpOK Rf N r Tbl flue residence prcurl)f ciirner
Holbruok Areune end )nl Mmrl, known Hie
Cahl Piece. Kent low 10 ood tenant.
M.J. Uowi.it, Agent.
At Auction-Valuable Boal Kstato
At the front door of the C iurt Howie, In Culro,
lilt., at ll P. M.,im
WEDNKS1MY lao let VAX ul Ul-iuoiut, livn.
I will offnr for pale to the lilghuat h'iMcr, the M
lowing, vrjrdalrblo propiTiy, vie: llilck h i.e
and lotMxlIM fent, Wai-hli'ilon av'UUi', tdiiilnliiK
Hrewery, block VH. Ilwelllng noiiM etui lule 'i,
ti and 85, block HO, lWi h eiriii'l Dwi-llliiK houxe
and Iota 31 and i'l. block 79, Centre etreet. Lola
X and S. block 40, let addition, Pooler etruet; lot
14, block 1H, let addition, near the New York atori';
lot 92, block 30, 1 Jth itreet,
TklaUvm? detlrable propeity, lluiitcd In the
builnen eeutrei of the city, and now that It le cer
tain C'alro will apeedlly occome a iirt-it railroad
and commercial cllr, preeeula an oppoituulty for
Intenlmmit not likely to occur again.
TKKMH H caeh, bal. 6 and li montha eocurcd
with 8 per cent lnteroet, or II per cent off lor caeh
For further Information Inquire of
O. 8. PIDQEON .
M.J. HOrVLKY, Agent.
(iENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Lcal on thin! page.
The latest stylee in Boy's and Child
ren'i Hats at Chicago Clothing IIoum. Gt
Dili; nnniir!) uitl mvnt ih.y Tiu.tiluii
The latest novelties in Hats, Chicago
Clothing House, (it
- Mr. T. M. Lovctt hits gone back tu
hii first love, and is now book-keeper for
Messrs. Stratton & Bin).
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and connner
lion. D. T. Linegar is in Chicago,
where he addressed a largo Democratic
audience yesterday, in the Union Stock
Travelins Caps in seal brown, dark
green, wine, blue and black color at Chi
cago Clothing House. Gt
The County Democratic Central Com
mittee met at Chairman Shields' rnoma
last night and adjourned over till Monday
Orand re opening of the Theatre Coiu-
lque, Monday night, Sept. 1st. Twenty
first-class artists will positively appenr.
Balcony serenade every evening by iho
i Democrats should remember the meet
ing at Mouud City to-morrow. It is likely
that the steamer Three States will hu en
gaged to make a trip to Mound City, in
wnich case hand bills will he distributed
announcing the fact.
I .. . ,
Piano lor sale, price 75. Apply to
i,Mrs. Redman, 8lh sr., near Barclay's ilniij
General J. C. Black, of Danville, Ills,
will speak at Hodges Prk, in this county,
on the 13th of September, Saturday. Gen
eral Black is acknowledged to bo tin orator
to whom few are tqu tl and none superior.
Correct new styles in Hats at Chicago
Clothing House. Gt
. v Charles Hamilton, General Superin
tendent of the St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
has been confined to his bed for the past
week with' an attack of intermittent fever,
and the prospects are that ho will remain
there another week.
'Just received a complete new' line of
oft and stiff hats for the fall and winter
season; Chicago Clothing House. Ct
Captain Cole will go up the Ohio to
morrow to work on the Grand Chain dyk. s.
The dyke is to be lengthened no thousaud
feet, an 1 the river nnd harbor biil provided
an appropriation for a third dyke which
will probably bo begun before the others
We carry tbe largest lino of Hats iu
Southerq Illinois at Chicago Clothing
House, , Ot
Judge Yucum came down from Grand
Chain a day or two ago aud reported corn
10 splendid condition. The late rains were
very beneficial to it and it promises sn un
precedented yield. Reports are equally
favorable with regard 1 the crop in this
Alpine dress Hats in daik green, wine,
brown and black colors at Chicago Cloth
ing House. 6t
- The first wagon load of new corn was
brought Into the city yesterday by a farmer
from Cache bottoms In this county. It was
very good specimen, the ears being large
and foil. ' It was hardly dry enough for
milling purposes, but in fine condition for
We have over 80 new styles in stiff'
HaU of latest shapes and colors at Chicago
Clothing House. ct
Messrs. Fry & Bossman are having,
neat canvass awning put up in front of their
"Fmmm" store. Next thing in order now
wjltbt tbe removal of the wooden ahed
next door and a neat canvas) awning in
its stead also; and then there will be as at
tractive to fit business fronts as there is
. ,u 11.1
la the city.
Oar line of Hati it complete in every
respect and comprises all tbe new shapes
and colon i Chicago Clothing House. 6t
In another column will be found the
double column advertisement of Win. Lud
wigi&Co. This firm has lately sdded a
general assortment of trunks, etc., to their
business, nnd call especial attention to the
Novelly, a new putont trunk that will take
the lead of all others.
On tlm 10th to 10th of next mouth
the annual fair will be held at Joneeboro,
Uuion county. It is expected that it will
surpass all previous ell'irtH, and prepaut
tiolis have been pel fueled for an unusual
attend nice. Our people could not t.pcml a
day more plen anlly or profitably.
Tho woi kinsmen of Pennsylvania arc
being pauperized by the imporintion nf I'ol
cs, Hungarians nnd ItalimiH, who uoik.it is
said, foi sixty-five cents a day and repay
thier pavaijo money out ot tliier wm,
American labor must compctu with tlite
terms or bo squeezed out. The wot kinsmen
hold lint remedy in their own litniln, am!
are in'elllgent enough to me it. Wny they
allow mi 'li illi to come upon t lit in is insriu
table. An engine on th" Wnhimli track, the
one that was to lake out the early paHsen
ger train yesterday morning, w hen hacked
down from the round house, came in con
tact with a freight tiain on the Illinois
Central that was just going over the crosn
ing, aud knocked t. ur curs from tin; track,
two loaded with coal and two with Hour.
The Wabash engine's tender was also de
railed. Tho wreck delayed the passenger
train about two houm. No one was injured.
Justicu Hobiiison dealt out law to sev
eral indignant citizens yesterday. Win.
II. Franklin complained that he had been
slardered and struck three times over the
head with a lnoom stick by it down town
boarding house misliess, and demanded a
warrant, which was granted. A young ne
gro named Mitchell wanted his uncle,
Win. Curtiss, arrested for wrongfully with
holding $20 from him mid threatening to
shoot him ll he did not leave the city.
Tho warrant v as icsued. Tl cases will
probably bo tried to-morrow.
Prof. Henry Raab, State Superinten
dent of Public Instructions, arrived at The
Halliday last evening. He will I cm iti it till
Tuesday Bnd attend the Teachers Institute
to be held in this city that day under the
auspices of Mrs. J. A. M. Gibbe, our Coun
ty Superintendent. Prof. lUab has attend
ed thirty institutes in thirty different
counties in the State, within the last thirty
days. He is doing more work than any of
his predecessors in office ever did. He will
probably deliver a lecture to the teachers
nnd public here, as ho did in every other
county he Iiub visited.
Mr. Wm. Oeliler began yesterday to
have the material placed upon the ground,
for a new biick house, which he intends to
have put up on the vacant lot jiint below
Mr. Frank ' Kratky'a Union Bakery, on
Commercial avenue. The houso will bo
twenty-five feet wide, seventy feet deep,
and two stories high. Mr. Oeliler will i c
cupytho building himself, the second etui y
as a residence with his family, the lirnt as a
store-room for vehicles of his own manu
facture. The Oeliler is dung a thriving
tui-i iioss and is acknowledged to be one ot
the best Wagon builders in this section of
A young man, about 18 years of ngp(
named Thomas Duniiinir, culled nt this of
fice yortenl ay. His mother's name was
Nancy Dunning, and his father's name was
Dick Dunning, died wlum he (Thomas) was
sn infant. Himself, his mother and two
sisters passed thiough C'uiro ten years ago,
when he was 8 years old. While in Cairo
he got separated from the family and stray
ed away or was taken to Johnson county,
where be has been uut'l yesterday. He
tins not heard from his mother or sister
since he was taken from them ten yours
sgo. He is now on his way to Dallas,
Texas, in search of them, and a-ks all the
help lie cau get from the newspapers of Iho
country, by their giving publicity to these
facts. Any information addressed to him
at Mt, Pleasant, Union county, III., will be
The county bonrd met in clerk Ilumui's
office yesterday afternoon and disposed of
various matters of importance to tho peo
ple. Chief among them was the question
of taxing the Illinois Central elevator,
against which the c unpany had entered a
protest. The board decided thtt the eleva
tor was taxable, which decision may be re
garded as a triumph for State's Attorney
Leek, who had contended long and ener
getically for the people in this matter. But
the attorney for the company, Judge Green,
took an appeal, which the board granted.
In the matter of the objection by iho Wa
bash company to the tax on lots 1 to 12 in
block 17 and lots lto8 in block 19,on which
the Union Depot and Wabash warehouse
stands, on lower Commercial Avium, in
which the compiny claim that tin property
indicated should bo .assessed by the State
Auditor and Statos Attorney Leek holds
that it should ba assessed by tho local as
sessor, the bjard decided to leave, the ques
tion at issue to be determined by State's
Attorney Leek and Attorney General Mc
Cartney. No proof was offered to sustain
tho objections by tho Illinois Central com
pany, to the as'essntcnt on its personal
property, such as transfer boats, and the
board decided tho assessment to bo valid.
The Jackson, Tenn., Whig,' says: "The
well known St. Jacobs Oil lias R grett run,
ior me people win haVe it and no nth
Tho Dovotod Olty Vlflitod by a
Moat Destructive Wind
Several Hundred Persons More or Less
Injured by Tailing Timbera -Great
Destruction of Property.
Mountainous Billows In the Rivet A
Score of Persons Perish in a
Kvansvii.i.k, Ixi)., August 30. When
tho storm ceased and a view o( tho
ilamugu was obtained it presented a
terrible sight. Tho city had been raked
from one end to tho other. Not a man
ufactory In It entirely escaped Injury.
The most seriously damuged are: The
Kvunsvllle Cotton Mills, loss 915,000;
Woolen Mills, 97,000; Plow Works,
810,000, aud tho Armstrong Furniture
A largo school building In course of
construction, which needed but a roof
for completion, collapsed totally. On
every street cellars aro flooded. Tele
phonic and telegraphic communications
are almost entirely suspended. Hundreds
of small dwellings and stublcs aro razed
to tho ground, and families left without
shcltor. These will bo carod for by the
Tho scene on tho river was awo-lnsplr-lug.
Waves lashed themselves with un
speakable fury, dashing twenty and thir
ty feet high. Small steamers and tugs
Were broken from their moorings and
grounded or blown up the river to sand
bars, where they were hard aground.
The Louisville & Nashville transfer baree,
with six cars, was blown from tho ratl
tvay dock and went hard agrouud on a
bar two miles from where It started. Tho
ftcatners Josh V. Throop and Silver
I'horu wero caught by tho wind, chim
neys blown overboard and tho boats
jtiierwlso badly riddled. Tho James
lilackman was blowu out In tho river
But the most horriblo and saddest
news of all is the sinking of tho transfer
ttcatner Belmont, and tho drowning of
fourteen passengers who wcro on board.
1'ho lielniout left hero at 7:30 a. in., with
a southbound tralu on a barge. About
tight miles below here tho storm came
Hp and part of tho passengers, horror
(tricken, tied Iroin tho cars to tho stcam
tr for salety. Tho barge was torn from
the steamer and driven In shore hard
Iground, whllo tho cyclone seized tho
Heamcr and cupsl.ed It, tho boat going
ilown bottom upwards. Tho pilot, cook
Mid engiueer jumped on the burgo as the
itcaincr went down. All the others wero
!u tho cabin and unablo to escape Tho
buly ollleer of tho boat lost was John 11.
Smith, tho captain. Those lost arc as
Mrs. M. S. Lyon and two daughters.
Mrs. Salllo Bryan.
Miss Laura Lyon.
Mr. K. C. Kouch and son of this city.
Airs. WooUvIlIc, of Henderson.
Mrs. Addlo Murray and child, of
Captuln John Smith.
Miss Alice Belt;
Two colored women, and an old gentle
man and wife name unknown.
Three bodies have been so far recovered.
They aro Mrs. Murray and child and
Mrs. Woodvlllc. Thoso who remained
iu tho cars on the barge were compelled
to sit with idle hands aud watch tho
death of their companions. Alter thd
storm abated, tho Houston Coombs came'
up and towed the bnrgo to Henderson.
In conversation with one of tho sur
vivors last niyht, ho said:
"It was such a sccno as I shall never
forget. We were trying to get Into tho
bank. The women wero huddled In tho
cabin, some weeping, others sitting
quietly, fearing the worst, yet prepared
lor the inevitable. Suddenly, without
warning, the boat careened on her side,
tho guy ropes to the bargo snapping. I
jumped for tho barge, and had just
reached It when I heard a curgle, and)
looking about, saw that the boat had
gone down head first, and there was
nothing visible but the bottom."
Tho boat lies In fourteen feet of water,
and will bo a total loss. She was built
In 1881 and cost 92'.',000; insured fo
$15,000. She has beeu running as a trans
fer packet about a year and a half, and
has weathered several gales. Boats aro
now at the wreck and tho bridge diver Is
at work getting out tho bodies. A list of
survivors is not obtainable, as no reg
ister was kept, and many went on to
Tho round house at tho Louisville &
Nashville depot Is a total wreck. The
roof was blown off and walls crushed in,
covoring four locomotives with brick,
mortar aud other debris. Several hun
dred persons wero more or less Injured
by falling timbers and trees.
A negro laborer at Hartlett's railroad
camp, a few miles below here, was struck
by Hying timbers aud Instantly killed.
It was tho most destructive storm that
ever visited this section. Tho loss In
tho city and suburbs will bo between
9300,000 and 100,000. Workmen are
already engaged in rebuilding many of
the damaged places.
News has been received that Carml,
111., is in ruins, but the report can not
Baltimore, Md., August 80. Hon.
William Daniels, Prohibition candidate
for Vlce-1'rcsidcnt, leaves here this even
ing. He will adflress a meeting at Lake
Bluff, III., Tuesday next, after which
time he will be In tho hands of tho Na
;lonal Committee, and will for ten days
;hereafter speak at such places as the
rogramme calls for. Ho will return to
3aItlmore September 14th, and go thence
;o Boston, where he will address a meet
ing on September 17th.
Intended for Sarcasm.
Washington, D. C, August SO. In
ductions have been issoed to tbe Court
if Inquiry convenod to Investigate the
oss of the Tallapoosa to embrace in their
nqulry tho question ot whether tho offi
cers of tho Tallapoosa were color blind
ind unable to designate tho Ubt ex
United by the schooner, thougt no such
Jalra has been made by anr of tbe
Paris, August 80. Admiral Courbot
officially roports that the operations of
the French llet lu Mln Blver havo been
cntlroly successful; that all tho forts,
earthworks aud camps In tho vicinity ol
tho river from Us mouth to thu arsenal
have been destroyed, aud that thol'reuch
lost ten men killed and forty-one wound
ed during the engagement. He also tel
egraphs that ho will arrive to-day at
Paiiih, August 80. La Jtcmiblwut
Francam praises Admiral Courhet'J 1
astuteness in sending tho gunboat up Mln
Blver on tho 18tH of July, before hostili
ties had begun, thus enabling the gun
boats to occupy a position on the blind
side of the formidable forts ou thu banks
of the river.
COKN MERCHANTS FAIL.
Manciiicstkh, August 110. Two corn
merchants of this city failed yesterday.
It Is believed ono of tho failures Involves
several Loudon houses, although not
BUHNKD AT SKA.
London, August 30. The British ship
Larl Beaconstleld, Captain Kerr, from
Glasgow, February 2, for San Francisco,
has been burned nt sea, and tho crew
lauded at Valparaiso.
London, August SO. Tho Goverument
has ordered 250,000 pounds moro of Chi
cago compressed beef for the Soudau ex
pedition. The man-of-war Kingfisher,
which has just reached England from thp
Paclllc, has been ordered to be ready 4d
nail for China.
The ship Kangaroo, from Baltimore
bound for Liverpool, burned to tho wa
ter's edge in tho English Channel and
sank. Ono boat, with six men and a
boy, arrived at Freshwater, Isle of Wight.
Another boat, containing tho Captain and
the crew, Is missing.
StiANUHAi, August B0. All tho French
have left Canton. It Is now a sorted that
Admiral Courbctieft tho Min Blver with
the Intention of going to Canton. The
Chinese military commauders every
whero have received imperial
orders to attack all Frencfi
war ships and merchant vessels which
attempt to enter the lending treaty port.
Those iu tho port wcro ordered to deport
Immediately. Telegrams from the Chinese
Government lines are not accepted unless
written In English.
Grain and Provisions.
BATl'UUAV, AUGUST 30, 18S4.
Cotton Steady! iiililiiiiiiu. iu?i illo.
Fuiun-Stoaily: XXA. to cnoluu, f.65(i3.50;
putouts, t4.lfi4.U5. i
W tifcA'r Steady; No. 2 Hod. fl'Jo for
new; No. II KeU, now, UkUTi'tO.
C'oiiN .steady; No. a inuoU, 4S)tfri480i No.
S white mixed, 4!K&5U!'ie.
Oats hiuady: Ho. 12. l14(!.2tlo.
Kvb Nominal; No. 3. fiu'jo.
Tobacco Firm; mirs; common to eboica
fi'.UO-tfilU.OO; leaf; common red leuf, r?.G(J
10.0U: medium to court !.UJI7.U0.
IIav 1'ruirni ss.0u4411.no tor prlinofoclioleo
new: oiovor mixed, fn.csli) tor common to
prime: cliooo new timothy, f U.IXhiiljJ.lW; fan
cy, f M.uuiigi;i.ju.
IIuttkk Kirmort onoloeto tnnoy dreamery
SOdtJ'io: dHiry, choice to laiicy, ItiiTo; low
Koos Active; fresh stock, KQVilio pet
1'otatoks Quiet, nt. 4ii4342o per bushel.
1'oiiK Steady; now moss, tli'.UU.
1.AUU yulot; prime steam. lIMTic.
11AOON l.onira, lie: shorts,' ll',l'jcj
clem ribs, 11 "40, nil puekoU.
Wool Tub-wasiiod. ehoico. iKV&'M'io: fair,
27 (iaio; diiiKy ami low uHa 'ii. I'nwitshed--t'hoico
medium, !ila:.'c; Rood average medium
lUifl-Uc; selected liirht Uno Inline; (rood av
erage, lmno; heavy 14liio; oombinir.
oionil, aidfre: oombinir, low irrauea. lMWo.
Ilimcs Ouiet; dry Hint, I.V40: daimnred,
l-'ic: buns or stairs, lUe; dry salted,
12c: dry salted, damaged, lite: kip and
cuir, Baited, Siio; dainuirod, ti'io; lmi,s ami
sings, be; green, uncured, 1;tc; damaged,
Siirkp Telts Weak; jrr-e'jn. ;r, isflo: dry
do, 4Uu,75o., us to amount nnd iuiiiiiyor wool;
(fi-een shearlings, ltfjiOo; dry do, 1016o;
green lamb fckius, KOdL&a.
Wheat Weaker; No. 2 Hed, September,
Hc; October, 1)1 '4auiV; November, MX
KJ "o;L)ecemhor, Ujcn,'.!" 7e. 4
COiiN Higher; September, ..'c; October,
CO'.woUc; November, 6li"4jj,."i!i'c.
Oats Steady; August, Sic; Ootober,
33c; November, a3io.
WiiEAT-Wcakcr; September, 70'ie; Octo
ber, HlHiii481;io; November, tUfic; December,
Cons Weaker; August. Kc; September,
61Sc; October, W)"bc; November. 4tB56itej
year, 43?c; May, 4:ie.
oats Stoady; August, 25Hc; September,
25Ho: October, SCiSc; year, 2"c; May, :lc.
l'oitK Lower August, $2.1.00; September,
f IS; October, tlH; year, f 12.50.
IjAUO Weaker; August, $7.:I7(4: September,
f7.H7V4; October, $7.50; November, $7.47!.
Shout Ktus September, $10.05; October,
Live Stock Markets.
CATTi.F.-noeclpta, a.ftKl; "firm; Oxfords,
$fl.5."i7.0ll: good to ehoico shipping, $5.W)
8.HU: common to fair, f4.0uwi.tt.; Texans,
SiiKKf Hecclpts, f.00: unchanged common
to good, f 2.UUW1.0J; medium .to good, f'i.25
Hons Hecclpts, 8,000 fairly active and firm;
choice light Bnd heavy fie higher; others un
changed; light, t.r.75tM.50; rough packing,
$.).HiKr!iO.20; heavy packing nnd shipping,
ft).2.riS.70; grassers, ftl.uOWi.fi0.
Cattle Iteeelpts, 7S.r; stronger; Texas
66) Wo higher; native steers 1,2(10
to 1.5U0 pounds average, $."i.n0rfl.:io; do 1)50
to 1,100 pounds average, $l.no85.40; stockers
end feeders, f3.60ii4.60; grass Texas steers,
Hons Receipts, 4.000; weak and &&IO0
lower; lots of ins to :H) pounds averago at
$5.HiKriA.20; mainly at $il.O0K.O5.
Him bp Hecclpts, 620; Bteady and un
Cattlk Unohnngod; light steers, $4.00
fi4.2.ri, mixed butchers, fa051.2o; stockers,
Siiekp Marketunctiangod: common to fair,
f;Ka:i.06: good to oholee, f;l.754.40; few very
extra sold at f4.50; Western lambs, $3.863
4.40; Canada lambs, $184.108.40.206..
ItixiH Unchanged; good grades steady;
good Michigan and graders fi.bii.S); good
rorn-fed Yorkers. $s.:i6wl.40: a number oi
loads ot common stock unsold.
Money and Stoek Market.
Nkw Yohk, August 30. Money 2 per eentj
txehango quiet, but firm; (iovornmcnw
nmuig; ourrenoy B's, 127 bid; 4's, coupon, 1M
bid; 44's, H3Hi bid. Tho market opened
up dull to-day and early transactions druggM
along In a spiritless way until about the first
call, when the bull cliques went In and bid
prices tip rapidly. Shortly before midday
Quotations wore up to 1 per oent., but n
lite appearance of the bank statement, made
public about noon, and which waa vtewod as
very unfavorable, prices deollnod arain to the
lowest points. Tho market Is now (lull and
a-eak and absolutely fenlnrclens.
Ithns been aloutf time.Miice tin re was as much earth
liaulcd into Cairo, as lias been brought in this season. Anil
iil'tei one of Hie busiest summers wo have ever had, we too
are nohig to
F I LL TO H LG I I GR ADE,
with a new and Comilete line of Dry Goods at Low (irade
prices, and in order to gain more room, and give our at
tention to Dry Goods exclusively, we are selling our exten
sive line of
LADIES' AIsD ClULDKENS' SHOES,
AJ Actual Cost.
Cash buyers can save money by calling at once.
CHAS. I. STUABT.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
h;.v, ?W5 1
llauiifactnrcrs and Dealers in All Kinds of
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES TUE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Saehels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS POJt THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notir.e in their Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces Leloro purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
Wm. Ijiidwicr fc Co.
WM. M. . DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- BANGE8, -:- TIH,
Japanned Berlin and Agate Ware,
liiid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affent ior Adams & Westlnke Oil. Hasnline and Gas toves, Detroit
Safe ., Hamilton Steel Plows, Cliillfitl Plows, Walking1 Cultivators,
Coin Sliellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, cSirii,
TffiLKPIIONK NO. GO. -
Leaders in Low IJrices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
13G Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
Manufacturer and Doalot In
8'.h Btreoi, between ComT Avo. sad Lcvoe.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KUJD3 OF AMUNITION.
Mot Unpaired, All Kinds ul Keys Made.
AS. b. smith.
Grand Central Store.