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TM DAILY UA1&6 BlfLLJhifiN; st)Ni)AV MOKNlNG, SErf I5MB11U JJl, 1884.
LUN 8AtB.-Hj"1ock t'nirton, new, litt orle
i? -, for f W.-loqoirt of K. A. Burnett, Bull
rOK SALK-Hiyd'K-k )ump.fl fnrrer.lltt Drlc
I new, gna joo, lor iiw. inquire 01 n a.
WOK SAIE.-New noma Sewing Mkchlne rlht
a from lbs uclorr. mt orlct ISO lur aw. .
WOK 8 ALU We We la t received cr lotd of
A the Celebrated Stadebtker Wigoni, which are
o fluted very ch-p; alo tew bnge'c iprlog
WagUDt, (EC. ft. B. TU1B1 UBWUUU DHU
WOK BEST Cahl'i residence property, i. e.
Drt Uolbrook Ave. Kme i itor? brick
torv brick reel
donee of 10 mumt, elegantly flnhbed Is modern
tvle; barn, outhoa e. etc. Large yard with fruit
ana eirawocmee. Kent low to a good tenant.
M. J. UOWLKF, Agent
FOK RKST-Tne large, eoamodloue elore room
and baiement on Levee et., below 8th el., re
ceniW occupied by .N. B. Thhtlewood & tiro.
U J. IIowiit, Agent.
FOR R It NT-RaMdence property of Col. Jae. 8.
Ks-den on Fifteenth etreet. Uonae contalna
ten room., hie all needed convenience and it to
good condition gene-ally.
M J. HOWLKY, Real Eetate Agent
At Auction Valuable Beal Estate
At the Irorit door of the Court Houe, tu Cairo,
III., nil', st , iu
WEDNESDAY the lit DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will ofler for tale to the hlgheit bldJrr, the fl
lowing, verv desirable property, via: Brick bjuie
and lot S4I10U feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Hrewerv, block s. Dwelling noun, ana iota as.
Si and fc, block SO, Wth -treat. Dwelling house
and lots SI and 33. block 79, Centre etreet. Lota
S and 3. block 6, 1st addition. Poplar etreet; lot
14, block IS, Ut addition, near the New York store;
lot &, block 3), 12th street.
Tats Is verv desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the citv. and now that It Is cer
tain Cairo will tDeedtly become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoitunity for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TCKMs H cash, bal. 8 and 12 month secured
with 8 per cent Interest, or 3 per cent off for cash.
For further Information Inquire of
0. 8. PIDGEON.
M. J. HOTLEY, Agent.
11.25 will buy and deliver & load of
itove wood from the Box Factory. 2t
yll is nearly ready now for tfie pole
nisiag. Caa't we make- "a grand affair"
out of it io some way !
Stove wood 1.25 per load, delivered
in any part of the city by The Cairo Box
Factory. . 2t
- Wasted Immediately a competent
dining-room servant. Mrs. J. C. White,
?tb St., bet Washington and Walnut.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
cial, tf. '
Mr. Henry Elliott will sell out his
stock of dry gxkls, on Commercial avenus,
to morrow, at auction. Se advertisement
ia special locals.
A man named Fisher, of Moun t City,
Las the contract fot painting Mr. Peter
Keff's new Ohio lev-e building. He will
begin this week.
The Box Factory wil" deliver stove
wood in any p:t uf the city at $1.25 per
!!. Telephone o. 47. 2t
IIn. F. E. Albright is expected to ar
rive here M-day and go from here to Jones-h-iri
to raet bis oppmeot there in j iiof
ieV-e tavrro afternoon.
Dr. Jocelya will leave for Chicago j
If in ly, to meet his mother, who will ar-.
rive there Wednesday from Vermont, and
will bring her t St. Louis on a visit to rel
Order your Btove wood from the Box
Factory, $1.23 per load, delivered. Tele
phone No. 47. Orders wilt receive prompt
Mr. Richard D. Myers and Miss Lydia
Dalton were married at the Methodist
church yesterday by Rev. Scarritt. Both
are residents of Cairo and will live up
Last right Miss Maud Burnett's death
was considered a question of but a few
hours. She had grown rapidly worse dur
ing the latter part of the afternoon and con
tinued in a critical state.
Jir. wh. ivenneuy, an old-time L-airo-
ite, is at The Halliday. lie lived here for
4en years or longer, in tbs express business
and known by nearly everybody. He left
some years ago to take an express agency
at Natchez, where he is now stationed
Conductor Bates, of the Mobile & Ohio
road, and wife, returned Friday from their
northeastern visir. Now if the fellows who
stole various articles of value from Mr
Bates' borne during his absence will re
turn, they will be warmly received.
There will be services at the Presby
terian church to-dy marning and night.
Rev. Farris, of Anna, will i fficiate. It ia
understood that arrangements have been
made by the church directors, by which
services will be held in the church nearly
every Sunday during the winter months.
Mr. M. J. IIoHey is back from Peoria
. . .
me Catholic Knight s convention, which
he attended as a delegate from Cairo. s
lected several delegates to the national con
vention, elected state officers and recom
. 1.1 a
menuea several amendments to the laws
governing the order.
The officers of Charleston, Mo Friday
came here after a young fellow named
Samuel Smith, who had shot at, but misa
a, woman id tnarieston tne day before,
and tnea fled. The boy bad been arrested
M '- - ,! t . .. - .
by the officers b ere and was turned over to
the Charleston authorities, who took him
borne and had him examined yesterday.
Geo. Sullivan, the young man who
stole the borse and buggy from Capt. N
B. Thistlewood Thursday night, was hel
by Magistrate Coming yesterday, and i. in
to ban in uie sura or nve nuoareu aonan
the county jail for safekeeping. When be
hired the buggy he said te wanted to go
to Mound City, and started in that "direc
tion. But he went across the river to
Charleston, Mo.; from there be t imed back
to Cairo, but left the Ciiro road soon after
he trot out of Charleston, and went to Co
lumbus, where be was captured. Deputy
Sheriff Meyen trailed him by the buggy
track from Charleston to Belmont, partly
through a dmse wood, and caught him at
Patrick Collins died at St. Mary's In
firmary early yesterday morning and will
be buried this afternoon at 2 o'clock ut
Villa Ridge. lie had been an old citizeu
of Cairo, keeping one of the small stands
above the Illinois Central psssengtr depot,
on Ohio levee. lie was between fifty and
sixty years old, and leaves a wife and sev
eral children. lie died of dropsy with
which he bad been afflicted fur some time.
Circuit court concluded its business for
this term yesterday evening and adjourned
sine di. During the day Fannie Walk
er and George Willams, charged with lar
ceny, were discharged ; and a negro ntnied
Martin pleaded guilty to stealicg clothing
from an Illinois Centrrl car and was sen
tenced to eighteen months in the penitenti
ary. The court also sentenced the several
other prisoners who had been convicted
during the term, making about seven in
It is tolerably well settled that there
will be a separation of the Wabtsh and
Iron Mountain road within a few days,
and that Mr. Mat Walsh will be the agent
of the Utter road hers. Mr Walsh was in
St. Louis yesterday and is expected to ar
rive here to-morrow or next day. Mr. X.
S. Pennington will retain the agency of the
Wabash, St. L juis & Pacific. "The boys"
in the office are a little uneasy as to what
will become of them under the new condi
tion of things.
Yesterday U m. F.E. Albright over
took Cspt. Thomas at Marion and met him
in joint discussion, uiucc to the surprise of
the Capt., who had flattered himself that
he had a clear track all through the dis
trict. There is said to have been consider
able interest manifested by the pe.ipla
throughout Perry and Jacks m counties,
and no doubt the two contestants had a
large audience yesterday. Mr. Albright
has filled his appointments in Ktndolpu
and Jackson counties, and will now meet
Capt. Thomas at the several points and
times he so arbitrarily selected for the
meetings. In this wsy Mr. Albright will
balk the wily Capt. in his transpatent
scheme, and catch him in bis own trap.
Io his speech at Metropolis Capt.
Thomas made the statement that be bid
duly notified Mr. Albright at Cairo, that
he would not permit a change of the times
anl places for tiie joint discussions between
himtlf aai Mr. Albright that he would
iosist upoQ the list he bal previously made
oat. Capt. Thomas told what be knewt)
be untrue. He did not notify Mr. Al
bright of any such thing as above suggest
ed. Mr. Albright submitted to Capt.
Thomas here a new list of times and places
nd requested the captain to meet him and
arrange new ones if those suggested did
not suit him. This request was handed to
Capt. Thomas by lion. D. T. Linegar be
fore noon last Monday, and Capt. Thomas
promised to send his reply to Mr. Linegar
in the atternoon. out it was luesday
morning at 10 o'clock before Mr. Linegtr
received the captain's reply, and Mr. Al
bright had bi'en compelled to leave the
evening before, to prepare tv meet his ap
pointments in Jackson'and Randolph coun
ties. But an effort to correct all the willful
or careless mistatements that Capt. Thomas
makes in the course of one of his harrangu
es would be a tedious aal never-ending
The First Tilt.
Special t ) The Balls tin.
Marion, Sept. 20.-The first of a series
of joint discussions between the two candi
dates for congress in this district, Hons. F.
E. Albright and John R. Thomas, came off
here this a'ternoon. The meeting ooened
at 2 o'clock. Mr. Thomas nrtpnnd and
Mr. Albrinht closed, each speaking an hour
and a halt. The attendmce waa lari and
was composed of about an equal number of
Republicans and Deuvcrats. Much inter
eat was manifested.
Mrs. Gen, John A. L igao was in the au
AlbrigMKs admitted to have captured
the horns. J. F. Cons ell.
A very interesting game will take place
at the base bull park ibis afternoon at 2:30
oetweentne tairos and Falls City. Four
of the Falls City players are from Louis
ville, and are considered among the best
amateur players of that place. The fol
lowing are the players and positions:
lAinus. POSITION. FALLS CITY.
"" 'uer p, snyoer
aicunitock Pitcher Malone
fKn ut B Fassenden
'-7 21 B Beaver
MOOre g Marlro,
8tens C F SnvH.,
' f' Carroll
.d B Mf!rnn1r1
oiraw nail MU lines dUstera wilt nut K
very popular as heretofore; but Dr. Bull's
howew- Wl11 b" M PP"
Foreign Consuls in Council at Max
Beillea Royaliat Activity
A Messenger From Gordon Brings Intel
ligence of Two Serious Encounter!
and Final R) treat of the Beb'els.
German Corvettes To Be Sent to West
Africa to Protect the German
A NICK bKCLAKATION.
Marseilles, September 20. Foreign
Cousuls at Nice, Mentoue and Cannes
met here yesterday and jointly signed
a declaration announcing that Nice and
the country between Uyleres and baa
Uenio is healthy. The Mayor of Nimes
has ordered the evacuation of Rue Cheve,
where several cases of cholera were re
The prefects of fifteen different depart
ments have formally notified M. YYaldeck
ltoaseau, Minister of the luterior of the
formation Rf Koyallst committees.
what's a bkewino.
Lt Svir asserts that Bismarck has bad
three Interviews with Baron De Cour
cells, Frencii Minlst.-r to Germany since
the -former's return from Sklernlvlc.
Cairo, September 20. A messenger
from Gordon has arrived atDongola, with
the Information that Gordon has maJe
two severe battles with the rebels, in
both of which the rebels sustained dis
astrous defeat. In the last battle, w hen
lt became apparant that the rebels were
giving way, Gordon sallied out so
vigorously that the enemy was compelled
to raise the slexe of Khartoum and re
treat to the interior. The messenger
says the rebels lost heavily. Gordon's
loss was very small, owing to the preci
sion of the latter's artillery and infantry
fire, and the fact that but few hand-to-hand
TO PROTECT THE COLONIES.
Berlin, September 20. Two corvettes
leave Kiel early In October to protect the
German coionles oa the West Coast of
Africa. It is stated that these corvettes
are being fitted out at the request of Dr.
Nachtiga, German Consul-General at
West Airica, for service in the vicinity of
Bimbl and the Comeroon country.
f BOM MEXIQO.
Beyeei Silled and His Party
Mazatlan, Mex., September 20. Dis
patches from the State of Guerrero bring
Information that tie revolutionist Da
masio Reyes and his party, who recently
gave battle to the forces under General
'ert, when the Snozia brothers were
killed by their guard, were surprised ia
the mountains Dear Gaieanan by a small
force of lnlantrv. Beyes was killed and
his party dispersed.
The trouble among the Mayo Indians
has become serious. It is feared the en
tire tribe, numbering four thousand, will
shortly be in open rvvo t. Attempts to
deprive taem ol tuelr lands and other
encroachments on their ancient Drlvl-
leges are the causes leading to the exit
break. At Collma yellow fever has appeared.
many persons dying of the disease.
Slot and TJpriaijur.
Vera Crcz, Max., September 20.
News has been received of a riot and up
rising on the Oth Inst. In the citv of
Zacnaltlpan, State of Hidalgo. The rev
olutionists killed the Judge of the court
and the commander of the National
Guard. The State troops were called
out and restored order. The noted ban
dit, Coapio Fantlllaa, was overtaken br
troops the other day and killed near
Pueblo Muevo, in Hidalgo. fiLUllaa had
the reputation of having kilted a dozen
At Tamplco corn has btea sellln ai
sixty-two cents a peck. The uanai .price
Is five cents.
At Cardova there recently uuyiMi K.
fore the Judcre. during th
court, a poor Indian bearing la hta arm
gin i wo buu ouc-uaii years oW. He
begged that justice might be done to a
wretch who had raped the poor calld.
Ma'bamoras, Mex., September 20
Colonel Nleve Hernandez, the revolu
tionist, with his regiment of soldiers.
has retired from Bostametit ta nr
Galeara In the State of Nenvo Leoa. He
Is believed to have sought refuge la a
district friendly to his revolutionary pro
ject, uruers irom tne city ol Mexico
were received vesterdav to unhiM u...
nandez dead or alive, and a wn a..
tachment of cavalry has started In pur
Reception to General Sheridan.
Rochekter, N. Y., September 20. A
private reception was tendered General
Sheridan yesterday at Charlotte, on Lake
Ontario. A small party visited the Lk
on a special train, and breakfast was
served at Hotel Ontario. A (ew boors
were pleasantly passed on the beach, when
the General took the train on the Rome.
Watertowa k Ogdensburg Railroad (o
A Tut; Buraed Drowsed.
Chester, Pa., September 20. The -lag
J. B. Woodward, of Philadelphia, took
are tnis morning walls lvior at the
rolUsc mill wharf, in aonth Dimu. tw
kisoont of toas and origin of the firs-cftsY
ut v wonieu. Aiirea ciart, one of ths
crew, fell overboard and f-trowniL
ine oooy was not recovered. The boat
is a total loss.
Boca Sylac 0&
DaCATCR, III., Ssptcmber-iM. htsar
hogs la the northern part of this eoaaiy
aavs died of a tiogvkar disease within
Im past ten days. Ths disease is calWel
soceiaalerai bat ths hogs eatlMsvtttj,
saw ivrcriaa, aa die is DSX1 asy.
HW Kornlnt- fraper.
Qsaxd Rapids, Mich., September 20.
The Tdeijram, a new morning paper,
makes its first appearance to-morrow
under Influential auspices and with the
United Press service.
A Wife-Saootsr Bound Over.
Taunton, Mass., September 20. It
the District Court to-day, Emanuel
Barker, for shooting his wife, was bound
over in the sum of $5,000 to appear be
fore the Grand Jury.
Result of a Ttand's Work.
Boontox, N. J., September 20. Mrs.
Maria Moeser, shot a week ago by hei
husband, died! last night. Her daughter,
shot at tne same
time, still lives, bul
Qasved and Bobbed.
SratNorutLD, Mass., September 20.
The widow Gsrt was gagged and robbed
In her own house at Heath, last night,
sad the robbers obtaining a large sum ol
money. There Is no clew to the burglars.
Cinclnxati, O., September 20. Sena
tor Geo. H. Pendleton who has been con
fined to his home for the past two days
by serious illness, Is now recovering.
His payslclaas say that with care he
ought to be oat within a week.
TrTlifiT Saleam an Seeks
Minneapolis, Minn., September 20.
Geo. H. Warden, traveling salesman for
Bochaaaa & Lyte, tobacco dealers of
Brooklyn, committed suicide here yester
day by taking morphine. lie leaves
wife In Chicago.
Oold-Brtck Rack tt.
Cuykx ne, Wy., September 20. Rich
ard Dyer sad Samuel Clayton were ar
rested yesterday afternoon on a charge
of working a gold-brick confidence game
on Ira B. Hamilton and obtaining $1,226.
Pavrnent was stopped on a $1,200 check.
Clayton was arrested at the muzzle of a
Clearly Due to Drinking-.
Buffalo, N. Y., September 20. Ellen
fionestead, who his been addicted to In
temperance for years,, some time ago
adopted a child named Munn. About a
week azo the child died. When the time
for burial came the body was not to be
found. Mrs. Bonestead refused to tell
its whereabouts. Thursday evening she
went to bed Intoxicated, and was found
by her husband some hours after, dead.
Under the bed the body of the Infant was
found In a coffin. - inquest was held,
as the woman's death was clearly due to
Grain and Provisions).
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, lSSt
Oottos-Steady; mManc. K)t)i04.
ftoca Steady; XXi to uboice, $4Mj33)i
W hat Higher; K& ! Bed, TaiTSHe;
No. S Ked. 87 S 440-
Coaa Hiif&er; .No, t mixti. nX2Mi No.
S wane mixed,
oats Mta-iy: no. i. -T irrite.
Rrs HiifQer; No. 2. SuSioJt
Tobacco firm: juirs; common to eooioe
IA.tXu10.00: leaf: common nti leaf. VlJSui
10.09: medium to good tuMitUM.
HAr Prairw ou tor prime to choice
Dew: eiover mured. ta2U tor common to
prune: choice new timothy. Sii.iMAlU.iXii fan
uorrBa firmer: cnolceto fancy ctamerv
SSOBXc: dairy. cOoioe to laucy, l21a; low
luGos xiurner: iresn stock. J0(s4l7c ner
Potatoes Jtady. at OOi-TTSoper bushel
Pork Steady; new mesa. (IS.Tl
Lard Quiet; prime steam, tle.
Bacok Lonin. loaftlUto; aborts. 10V&U9:
Clear nos. luwlUHc, m packed.
wooi TurwMneo. ctaotee. artusmo: fair.
tWMct dlntry and low 2238. Unwashed
Choice medium, ausi'le: irood average me
dium lHkilVc: selectee llfftit Soe 17&lHo; (rood
average. lJl:o; heavy 11316c: combine. V.
otood. aK&imo: oomhlpg. low mile. IMiSo.
Hides Ou let; dry mni, U'ac: damaired.
BHo: Duus or stairs. tQc; dry sattel,
t2o: dry aaited. damaired. Mo: kip and
eaU. salted. 9Ho: damaged, t-ia: ouus and
KMg bao; fretio, uacured. 7o; damacel,
sheep rii.T weai; ireea. titoo; ary
do, 4075c as to amount and quattty or wool;
green stMarunira. ljjjc: ary ao, uo;
green lama fckius. ftiUSJa
Whsat Weaker: No. S Red, Seotembor,
; October, 7fc; November, 9tc; De
cember, sic; January, V2c: February,
: May. who.
Coait 8tealy: September. 83?ac: O-tobe.
Mvic; November, 5U'ic; ieceniLHT, 61!o; Jan
Oats Steady: September, 31o; October.
SlJlc; Novemberf Sic
Wheat Weaker; September, ; Octo
ber, 78c; November, 7c; December, 1c;
(Xbn Hiirher; 9fptember. 70c: October,
Mlic: November. 4T!c; year, 40 He; May,
Oats Klrmer: September, t5c: October,
VSc; November, 3fo; year, &c; May,
Poke Lower; September, fl&SO; year,
S1L70; January. IV:.
Lard Hiirher; rtepiember, V-t7: Octiher,
9iJT: November, 17.1a; lleceinlier, 1.USi
Hhobt ElBS September, $9.; October,
Live Btook Mrke
HooH Receipt. 7.000; market ajtlve, &
Klc lower; liifht, Z5o.u5; njiitrh packing,
SAJrAo.lO; heavy packing and titiipplntf, $6.7i
CattlB Receipts, 4,700; natives steady;
- . n. i. In r n t mjM tj.
7.UU; (rood to choice, tH.Vt&a.Mi common to
- - . - - at. ) .1
I air, H.iAHr-rmJ' AaiiB, .i.i.m. in.
Shebp fb'celpta, V; Hieady; common to
Catti.b Demand active; common grades
unchADired; extra steers, pi.:va.H); (food
to choice Htwsra, AMmAM; fair to medium,
SA.2Su5.sO: Texas steers. t4.aV4.T5: mi and
butchers', :HnSt.f; Canada Htoekera, W.H4
iaA.l!i: western sujeaera, Ki wxat.uu.
HHiucr Market fairly active; oommoa to
fair sheep. $3'f4.00; irood to cbnloo, $4,109
4.U; Wtero land (HOUivbXO; Canada
Hooa 1kk1 demand; irood to choice York.
era. SS.OX2 41; cominoD to fair art
auattS-UO; hoo1 mediums and heavy, aajOU
M; about all aoio.
CATTt. Receipts, 2,000 head: vraas Teians
Arm and 10c blirher: natives steady: aanorta.
ViSOfM ifool to choice shlppinf. fn.SUO
iM; uommon (O rmninm, ao.iMDKkjn; feed
era, at.54.76; cows, . 0033.50; irnvaa Tttz
Hixis Rnoelpta, 3.310 heal; weaker and IOa
lower; iMuivy packinK. tb nli.Tt); light, 1S.TS
(AS.8B; mixed. VtMattM.
Hnaap Receipts. IA head; quiet; natives.
JW lbs. average, .i.ou.
Money and Stock Market.
Haw Totut, Stunnbr ao.-Exohamre
Steady: mooey, per cent.; (lovnrameots
dell: earrnocy, fl s, 1?I Ud: 4 s. oouDons. IBM
MS; 4'a, do., 112H bid. Market opened as
M lower than yesterday's closing, though H
soon became tlrm on supporting orders. The
ptSees Old up oa every attempt to raid ths
aaarat sawn, and at noon tne whole ua
np to J. iMfiwo then lt has boes aula
Popular Reliable Cash
DRY GOODS HOUSE
Finest Exhibition of Reliable Dress Goods ever
made in this city! Styles more attrac
. five and prices lower than ever!
We desire to call special attention
contains all the new things in Frencli,
nave an attractive im of plaids and p'aiu effrcts to match, (ireat Banraini in
Black and Colored Silks at SO, 75c aud $1 00. Onlv selliiiir aci nta in thin rltv
of the Celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens,
ainary nargains in BiacK buks ana Kiiadams. Dunn HiLs week we nhall take
special pains to exhibit the new styles to all ca lcrw and slia 1 endeavor to make
the visit as pleanant as possible for them. Remember that you are not obligated
io uuy uniese yua ieei uisposeu iu uo so.
KWe guarantee our prices
Samples mailed to any address.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned ".Berlin and Aate Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Uu stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
lorn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc
Li X DO, CAIEO, UL
TELEPHONE Js'O. SO.
MEN'S & BOYS'
136 Commercial Avenue,
WM. LUDW1G & CO,
Harness, Saddles, & HQrse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOE THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Line of Business. Examine goods nd pri
ces Lelore purchasing elsewhere. The largest atock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Win. Ludwier fc Co.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larg2et Variety Stocfe
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cot, MnfUotilh ttttt I
. Cairo, IU
toourDreas Goods Detiartmpnt. whlli
EnKlixh and lomentlc manufacture. We
the finest good in the world. Kitraor-
atinst all com petition;
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
- CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
$9Kt A. 'mint
Grand Central Store.
DEALS SS IN
OA 1HO. - - ILXi