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THE DAILY OAlUO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOltttlNG, OCTOBER 11, 1884.
Jinn SALK-Hnydork Jiimpt iirrT, lint prlco
' 1'irt, Dew, gi)d Job, for 1.V). Inquire of K. A.
IMK SALE. Nw Home Sowing Machine right
' fr.im tha factor, lilt price $JU for 1". B. A.
1) irri.-ll .
Li SALE. Uayilock l'hai'ton, new, hot Price
r t, fur Sl!.-Ii)qoir of K. A. Burnett, Bullc
M Office. . .
1,'Ott USNT-Cnhl'i rcaidence property, . e. cor
I 3 iti'i Holbrook Ave. Kine miorj brick wl
U 'tire of 10 roomi, elegantly finished In rooduro
.ivli-i hirrn, out-bonrn. etc. Large yard with fruit
a:nl xhrubory, Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. J.UOWLKV, Agent.
1 'It RENT, The large, commodloua store room
" and basement on Leree at., below 8th at., re
tvutlv occupied by H. B. Tbt.tlewood & Bro.
M. J. IIowlit, Agent.
1 1i RKNT-H(ildonce property of Col. Ja. 8.
K don on Fifteenth atreel, Home contain!
t n roomi, baa all needed convenience! and ta in
rood coudltion generally.
M. J. HOWLKT, Koal Etatu Agent.
WedJirig bells listen for them.
The Dakota wave has "moved on."
The city council meets to-night at 7 :i30.
The melancholy days ha "Great
Sot I who threw that brick t"
W. E. OhoUon is off to St. Louis to see
the sights and bny a pile of goods.
-Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
ami restaurant, corner Sixth and oniincr
ual. ' tf.
- I'aducah is to have waterworks. The
vole was taken Thursday and carried by
i.ver MO majority.
Justice Robinson reported "bo busi-Iu-hs"
yesterday evening, but promises to
do better in future.
If you have not taken a walk out to
where they are building the now Jiospital,
!o bo. and take a look at it.
A. A. Taluiage, general mnnager of
the Wabash, registered at the Ilalliday
yesterday, but did not tarry long.
- Geo. Clay, who has been hid up with
n bilious attack, is around and will resume
his desk in the stone depot Monday. ',
Her. E. A. Iloyt, the new pastor of the
M.K. church in this city, will hold ser
vices to-morrow morning and evening.
Two "darkies" and one brickbat made
things lively on Fourteenth street Thurs
day afternoon. The brick suffercd'moBt.
- All who. wish to take lessons in Prof,
login's new art of making pictures must
cur ill their names before Saturday after
noon. Old Boreas "slipped his hold" on the
weather yesterday, and the genial sunshine
was just strong enough to make an ideal
October day. - ,0
Good mu9ic has been insured for the
Cuter Harrison meeting on the 16th by the
engagement of the Cairo' cornet band for
the occasion. '
A match game of base ball will bo
played at the base ball park Sunday after
noon, between the Sikestons, of Siktston,
Missouri, and the Cairog.
James Rouso, the popular traveling
r.'pMsuntative of Lapp, Goldsmith & Co.,
wholesale liquor dealers, of Louisville, Ky.,
is in the city on business for his house,
Those interested in art are iuformcd
that to-day is the last chance they will
have to enroll themselves as members of
Prof. Hagan'a free hand drawing class.
limitations have been issued for the
marriage of Miss Bertha Alba and Peter
Kobler, of this city, the happy event to
transpire next Wednesday evening, tlio
The Paducah News says that but for
the high wind they would have had frost
at that placo Wednesday night, and adds
t hut a frost now would injure much lute
--Tae diamond promines to be kept
warm. A telegram from Memphis yestcr
dty announces that that city will send up a
nine tc play the Cuiros on the 10th and
lion. D. W. Munn, years ago a resident
of Ctiro, but now of Chicago, is billed to
Mcum the political issues of the day from
a Republican viewpoint, in this city next
lake Walters' big bad .dog made a
K'tat the rear of Tom Clarkson'a pants
yeiterdajr forenoon, and inadverdantly took
t big a chew. Tom had a warrant sworn
mi, ordering the careloss canine's death,
-D i flot lose the opportunity of learn
In g the new art of making life-sizo-por
t"Mts at Prof, and Mrs. Hagan's art school.
0 i and see the marvelous work done by
h ir pupils, and enroll your names for next
. c iirso.
-Wm. P. Pitcher, well known to all old
C tiroites, is located at Springfield, Mo.,
Wiere he holds a good position as business
tn-.mger of a daily paper. B. F. Bowtn, a
i' rtner resident ot thiacity, is aUo at the
i no place.
-Tuk Bulletin's chief, Mr. Burnett,
, uvuiki viiy yoBicruay, leaving
a "pro tern" in charge or the local columns.
The p. t. flods that rustling for news in i
brings town is not what it is crackod up
m mi n I r. . .
1 us uairo uazoue, owneil and control
' by a colored saloon keener, surmorta
(be Prohibition candidate for Congress in
': this district. This is a beautiful blendina
i f two extremes: don't vou think ant
Ch iter Tribune
At tho recent meeting u( tho Grand
LUe, A. F. aud A. M., held in Chicago,
the following officers wers elected for the
ensuing year: 0. M., John R. Thomas, of
Metropolis; D. G. M., Alex. T. Darrah, of
Bloomington.; 8. G. W., John C. Smith,
of Springfield; J. G. W., John M. Pearson,
of Godfrey; G. T., Wiley M. Egan, of Chi
cago; G. 8., Loyal L. Munn, of Freepnrt.
Excursionists are drifting back homo
from their trip to St. Louis fair, exposition
and veiled prophet parade, The exposition
is voted the blue ribbon, but the V. P. can
not hope to equal a circus parado in the
eyes of the bucolic visitor for many yerrs to
Louis Herbert has six car loads of pro
duce on the way here, which will arrivo
to-morrow morning. His business is rap
idly iacreasing and his orders are far in
excess of receipts. Mr. Herbert is a thor
ough business man and succeeds in si! of
A. special train of five coaches on the
Cairo & St. Louis narrow gauge left here
yesterday morning for Murphysboro. The
Hon. R. J. Oglesby, Republican candidate
for Governor, was on the train not a sin
gle passenger was added to tho list from
Cairo, and only three at Jonesboro. "What
can the matter be?"
The Oglesby demonstration at Mound
City this afternoon and evening will doubt
less attract quite a number from our city, as
it should. The General, as a candidate for
the Governorship of as great a common
wealth as Illinois, is a very important per
sonagemuch more so, in fact, than he
will bo a few weeks in the hcriccness.
Prof. Hagan's portrait school is pro
gressing nicely. His pupils' are all perfect
ly delighted with tho new system, which
has enabled them all to placo on exhibition
drawings as fine as steel engravings,
though only one week has been devoted to
tho work. Only one day more remain
for those now contemplating learning this
new art to enroll thoir names for tho next
With a'stock law Alexander county
will not have to fence the court yard. Sav
ing number one. The money thus Baved
could be used in patching the cornice of the
court house before it falls off and kills some
one, necessitating an inquest and conse
quent expsjrrse. Saving number two. The
writer is not, as might bo supposed, a do
scendant of tho old maid who But before
tho fire and wept on possibilities. But the
stock law is what we all want, whether wo
know it or not, and it is well to consider all
things that bear on that question.
On and after November 1 all employes
on Cairo Short lino passenger trains will be
uniformed in splendid gray suits, similiar
to those worn by letter-carriers, except that
tbey wilL be a shade darker. Baggage
men will wear sack coats whilo brakemcn
and conductors will wear close fitting frocks
with a monogram badge of tho road on the
right breast. All suits will be mounted
with plain brass buttons of tho pattern and
stylo of fifty years ago. Tho object in
changing suits is to avoid the monotonous
blue so common, by rcasou of which it is
quite difficult at times to distinguish be
tween an employe and a private citizen.
East St. Louis Journal.
Dropping into Prof. Hagan's studio, on
Commercial avenue yesterday, we were, to
put it mildly, surprised at the progress
shown by all his pupils. While not wish
ing to mako any invidious comparisons, we
feel sate in making special mention of the
crayon drawing of an old mill, by Mrs.
Farrow ; a den of foxes, by W. E. Hendricks
(who has had but two lessons); life size por
trait, by Willie Smith (three lessons); land
scape, by Miss Emma Stcagnla, and land
scape by Mrs. J. D. Ladd. Prof. Hagan,
i. i- i I
who is uio inventor anu paicntoo oi me
system, is making Cairo his headquarters,
and has quite a largo class, every student
showing a progress that must be called
The Carter Harrison Demon
stration. We hopo Oiiu. Oglesby will have a good
meeting to day at Mound City. Wo feel
confident ho will be defeated in November;
and wo would like for the old man to feel
as comfortable as possible before the elec
tion. And then we feel a sort of local
prido in having both parties in this end of
Illinois turn nut good crowds to bear the
loading men of their respective parties.
Tho tido of popular favor is turning tow
ards Carter Harrison all over the State.
Gun. Oglesby has twice been Governor,
and is entitled to respect. But he is an
antiquated old gentleman. The generation
of young voters havo declared for Carter
Harrison all along tho line,
Aside from all political feelings, we are
anxious that Ctiro should show up hand
somely next Thursday. We know of no
better way to adorn the city in the day
time than by a profusion of 'flags. The
committeo in charge of tho decoration de
partment tbould appeal to tho citizens to
mako the American flag a cpocialty on the
All committees appointed for tho Carter
Harrison demonstration are requested to
meet at Democratic headquarters in Win
ter's Block Saturday night, Oct. 11, at half
past seven o'clock sharp 'for t'uo transaction
of Important business,
By order of Committee of Arringomont.
B. F, Burnt, Chairman.
A Rumor Which May Provo tho
Salvation of Colonel
Progress of the Nile Expedition-Wols'
loy's Export Further Particulars
From the Franoo-Ohinese War.
The Austrian Government's Threat of Re
taliation Against Turkey Chal
lenged An Editor.
KL'KOl'KA.NS CAl'T I'ltl'.D.
Caiuo, October 10 Colonel Kitchener
telegraphs that a rumor is current at
Aiubukol that the rebels have captured
three Europeans with their dragoman.
It the report Is true the prisoners are
presumably Colonel Power, conespond
eut of the Imdon Times, und M. Her
bin, the French Consul at Klinr
touni. Thus there Is some hope that the
lives of tlieno three h.ve been spared.
One buudred row-bouts, forming apart
of the Nile expedition, have arrived at
Thj Cauadlan contingent has passed
Asslout In a steamer;
Caiuo, October 10. General Lord
WolseKy telegraphs to-day lrotn Wady
Haifa t "Tile rebels have captured four
Europeans. It Is believed they belonged
to the Ill-fated Stewart expedition, and
were endeavoring to mako their way to
Wady Haifa. The difficulty of getting
soffleient transport service Is delaying
the Gordon relief expedition.
TUB ilUNCO-CIIl.'K8l WAR.
Pams, October 10. A dispatch from
General Hrl rro Do Lisle, under (lute of
the 8th, says: '-General Negrier Is pur
suing the Cnlnese toward the village of
Ycntke. I havo ordered that Kep, tho
town where General Negrler's forces had
an cngaement wit i the Chinese, bi
strongly occupied, and the Loo Cnuiin
Klver and other outlets closed. Western
and Southern Tonquln are tranquil. The
Chinese bauds have been driven off und
their chief killed.
Onr licet Is closely watching the coast.
I usfiume immediate command of the
troops, a' id am about to leave Hanoi.
Admiral l'eyron, Minister of Marin--, sent
a dispatch to General l)e Lisle, con
gratulating him upon the success of the
London, October 10. Advices from
Durban state that the Transvaal Govern
ment will withdraw the proclamation
placing liechuanaland under Transvaal
Vienna, October 10. Tho Autriun
Government has threatened to adopt
measures of retaliation against the Portu
unless the latter fulfils the terms o' th.i
treaty relating to tho junction of Turk
ish and Austro-Servlao railroads.
Paiiis, October 10. he Matin states
that Captain Fourgler, who negotiated
the Tien Tsln treaty with Chltia, has
challenged M. Bochclort, on account of
an editorial written
clslng the treaty.
by the iutkr, crlil-
THE CHEW OF T1IH MSEKOA
Held For Hansom by the Rajah of
rntuDF.u'iiiA, Pa., October 10. Hen
ry D. Moore, of tbls city, yesterduy re
ceived a letter from his cousin, Leonard
K. Moore, second oltlcer of the British
steamer Nlscrou, which ran agronnd on
the coat of Sumatra, November 8th,
1883, and the crew of which was capture t
and taken tnto the Interior and held for
ransom by tho ltojah of Tenom. The let
ter Is dutod July 20th, 1884, and says
eight out of the twenty-eight men bad
died. Their treatment was very
cruel. They had tried to es
cape, but each time were brought back
at peril of tho sword and soino were
placed In irons. The latter info matlon,
was conveyed by means of a cipher
known only by Moore and hU cousin.
The writer explains that ho has to be
curelul what he writes. The letter was
forwarded by a friendly native to Com
mander Bicktord of 11. M. S Pcgasas, at
Slngapoor, who forwarded It. At SInga
poor tho Dutch men-of-war havo beeu
negotiating for the release of the pris
oners, but have been prevented from
making an attack on the Kajah, knowing
that the moment a gnu is fired the cap
tives will bo massacred.
A Oood Showing-.
Ottawa, Ont., October 10. Tho;
financial s'.atunont for the last fiscal
year, the CrBt of Lord Lunsdowne's ad
ministration, shows a surplus of cUht
hundred thousand dollars, not counting
receipts from public laud sales. This lo
spite of the fact that receipts from cus
toms have diminished, because of re
duced duties, and that thure have been
lncreaned expenditures on account of tho
postal service, immigration, etc.
Learned a Thing or Two.
Nasuvim.k, Tic.nn., October 10. On
Wednesday Joo Webster, a colored bar
ber, was told by the doctor, who pumped'
"Rough on Rats," and laudununi, taken
with suicidal luteut, out of his stomach,
that had he itaken cither poison without
the other It would have killed him. i He
recovered, but yesterday took another
box of "flotigd on Hats" and dtod, refus
ing to open bU teeth to admit the anti
dotes. 8entno4 to Be Uunir.
Lyta Rock, Ark., October 10. In
the Circuit Court yesterday Hush John
son, convicted of the murder of John K.
Wall, was scnlonccd' to bo executed on
Wednesday, November l!8:h. Johnson
received his sentence with Indifference.
While isetitcndo was being passed hn In
tcTrnpted the Judge by asklngi "What
day did you say I wonld be hung?"
They Aoo;pt tun Rnduotlon.
rirrsnunait, Pa., October 10. D. W.
C. Carroll, boiler manufacturers, have
ordered a ten per cent redaction in tlio
m at Wiled employes, to take effect
Titrrt WonUsy. The men wfTI accept the
The F d-ntlon of Trad and Labor
Chicago, Im.., October 10. Tin Fid
oration ol Triiles aud Labor Unions
opened lu ihlrd day's session at ten
o'clock this morulng. A motion by Del
egate MeClollun, of No w York, to sub
mit to the Congress reports as to tho
numbers of men enrolled In the re
spective trudts aud labor unions rep
resented by them, was tabled, lha ob
jection being that It would give tho
enemy, caplt il, too much liMormitton.
A number of resolutions were reported
from committees. The report on tho
clght-Mour resolution was to tho effect
th it It was already Incorporated In tho
declaration of principles, ami further
action upon it was unnecessary. The
resolution recommeudlng to President
Arthur August Donuth lor tho position
of Chief of the Bureau o' Labor Satistlcs
was not mlopt d. A reso utlou wus In
troduced demuudlug th it the Forty-i-lghth
('ou.-ress pass thu Foran bill fr
the better protection of llf.j flud property
on the greut inland seas.
Ou motion of Mr. llog.iii, of New York,
the first Monday In September of eich
year was made a National holiday for
trade' nud labor union people. The
thauks of the Congress were voted to
several Senators and H.-prcscntutlves for
their advocacy of labor meusures.
Big Thursday In St. Louis.
Sr. Louis, Mo., October 10. Yester
day was not only Ulg Thursday, but tho
biggest Thursday St. Louis ver knew.
In udditlon t t ic tens of thousands of
visitors who crowded tha spacious Ex
position building, thronged the streets and
elbowed their way through such business
houses as were u t closed In pursuineo
t)l the .Mayor's proclamation, no less thin
Il'.'.SOO pcrso s putronlzud tho Great
Pair, und tested to thvlr limits tho new y
e lurged quarters of th tt great insiitu
llon. To-night the Grand Mil
itary parade a oug the brilliantly ilia nlu
litcd streets, where gas jet by the
him red thousand, shaded by magnitlcent
(lass clobes, Imparts thu splendor of
lioo.idav to all objects, and thu visit of
Inspection by tho great Veiled Prophet
himself to the Exposition, are expected
to cause another jam such as h is seldom
been witnessed in any city.
A M ,chin eg' Fair.
Pouri-Axn, (inn., October 10. The
Mechanics' Fair was opened formally
lust evening wl'h a large attendance.
There Is a lluo display. The building
covers a square, and is well-lllled with
pr duce Iron) the Northwest.
An E.ghty Days Drought.
IlAi.r.iaii, N. C., October 10. The
drought lu the Carollnas has lasted
eighty days. Water Is very scarce, and
its use Is limited to purposes of actual
necessity. Tohacco aud other crops are
MA UK LIT liEl'OUTS.
Grain und Provision.
FItlDAY, OCTOBER 10, 18M.
Cotton Stuaily; ru'ddhmr. 04 oiO'iv
Fl.omi Sunlys XJlA. to cuoiuu, fi.l'j 63.35;
Wiikat l.uwerj No. 2 Hod. 7S!i'it'S.So;
No. 3 lU'd. i,'J iCTiio.
Coks l.cwor; No. i ralxod, 49i',0!4oi No.
8 white mixed, 60c.
Oats Inner: No. 8. S0?to.
KTH-Dtill: No. i. lilo.
Tobacoo rVm; lur? common to choice
fd.OOiAlO.UO; kiuf; common red leuf, 7.JJ
lUA'J: modlum to (rood U.UJ&17.U0.
HAV-Pruu'in jD.uoiclU.U) lor prime to choloa
new: clover mixed. fa.uo.J.l'.'.OJ torcomtoon io
lirimti: choice new timothy, IL&J&H1.00i fun
cy, $U. 0Ow.IA.no.
liomsK Higher: cholcoto lancir oreamery
ii.ltk): dairy, choice lo lanoy, iJO'&ilo; low
Kous Stvtidy; fresh stock. lfc per dozen.
Potato Steady, nt SUiWJo per hushm.
Pohk Steady; now mess. IH.o021i.J5.
IiAho QuIkC pi'lru stoam. 7f(4t'c.
IIaoon Lonin, luvaiOfco; nJjorts, ll'a
lHc; c leu r riOit, lHVijWc, all paokoii.
Wool, ToO-waslioO. ohoion, ifMSI'io: fair,
2T?8iSo; dltiiry und low -i38o. Unwaslmd
Cliolco ino hum, ft VtS-'le; (rood nviintu mo
dm. n lHifiWo; selected Hjrtu Una !7Ltki; good
Uk-waif), lH.AlTo; lu-turr Hlldet eomtjiru. V
oio id, iA'ISo: eomoln, kw frnlui. 1041'Jo.
Hiuks HlKlier und firm; dry Mint, ldoj
dumiiKed, Use; bulls or stairs Mint 10o,
Kultfd, glue stock, Ro. Greon salto 1, Ue;
dumuifod, 7c; veul calf RUIn, H ie; biillsor
srnirs,6c; Kreen nncured, OiJTlio; daiiMirol,
br, kIuo, to.
Shkmh i'MiraVtV.ik; irrcin. 85 no; dry
d ), 4U,!,&)c., us to amount and g tiuiity or wool;
Kreon shearlings, l.ij:0c,
Whisat Firmer; No. 2 Ke.l, (lctol)er, :
Novt-mbcr, SHe; liece nbor, WOe; January,
Sc: Kubmarv, HS'ic
Cottx Weukor; Hetoticr, OISc; November,
0i)?o; Deeemuer, 63 feu; January, 4!Se; May,
Oats Firmer; October, !t!c; November,
l!3c14-, December, Die.
Wiikat Ptronjr.T; (letober, 77c; Novem
ber, 78'-4c: Oocurnb t. Sj, (i;Sititc; January,
SuSUSle: Muy, 7"c bid.
Coun Steady; October, ft."e; Novoinlier.
B2Oi yeur, Junuary, au'je bid; -Muy,
Oats Hixlier; October, 27,,c; November,
December, lSc; year, ,27 .So; May,
I'ortK yti-iifly; October, flil.M; year, tU!.u.;
Lako Stronirur; O.-lotmr, $7.(10; November,
7.H7Si January, S7.37 4; Kebruarv. S7.43.
shout UiHS-Oetobur, '.UKJbld; November,
f7.UU; Junuary, l.ij.
Live Hock Marke.i.
Hoas-ltpcelni', l,0iio; wculter; (TilOo
lower: liirht, ll.HK5.riU; roiiifh puck-lii(r,-f-.!)0iw.ilj;
heavy packing and Hhlptiluif,
CATTLK-Rorelpts, 0,0 K); dull; 10 'f Lie lower
exports, $U.fl0i7.l(); irood to cboice, tfM'ti
O.ii): eotntnon to lair, iMiSA.00; Toxiins,
Sheup Receipt, iin.otW: wuk; common to
full', f.00to3.UO; ineiHum to Rood, $;l.uu i& I.L'5.
Catti.r Fni'liunired: irood to eliole : stoors,
jft.0iwtn.30; fulrtovrood native Klilpplinrsteors,
r,.iriti0.aUi eoitiinoii to luir iniichorV ir.-udes,
ti.OlKa.O.); itool to ehol.-e throiigti Toxatis,
SttRMi and I. VMiis-t'iu-lianifi'd; common
tol'nlr.f'VijJ'MVijood t Ktliolee, J.ikiiiH.tO; Can
ada la-nbs, .(Hc 4.'t).
Hotls-Uf-mand fair; Yorkers at .1.''."Hu.(K).
t A' H IS it ''1-
Catti-r Hi'i'oipm. !',o(H; stoi.dyi ex
ports, au.OJiiU :i'i; (rmid to eliolco KliipplfiK,
i.llO.'VSi'i; eoiii.ii.ii lo luedluoi, 4,3.4l';
Icedois, t:l.7.'i'..i.le; rows, .iiWii 1,4 I; irra8
'Jcrim 't -tv, i 3 UK-Mo.
Hons Receipts, :!,tUis liiitrket llrmer und
r.(lon lilKlier; loin or S-.'.'itoa 6 lbs. uveniuo.
f.V hV.Aft. 4.ii tnuliil M V'd.YIIII,
8HKKI1 Rifelpts, liur to (pod steady at
t:i.itnH.::; otbeisd iP.
Men y tii: I loolt Mrk )t.
Nmw Yhuk, Oetobir 10,-Money $2
rent.i bur silver. IIO'U. Counoin. ii'm
4 s. U3:; 4's, nil',: l'ii'-tUo r ut 'w ux
k!l,u.L,n.u.n..rf ufail . 1 I, ...1 .In .11.. ...1 U .
no i. ri-.., rv, , j ,, ,,, ,, ,,v -,lrl, Ml II I
Uritnifcrs, Northern I'iiuIiIch mid l.itloi Shori
tiulnv woaknsl. subse iiently riillleil fi topi.
Jliislnow wnt more nollve this afternoon;
nimiw mirtr n-n.lorsiilp nf I'u -lllo Mull ami
I'nlon I'nelikc, whleli rose to M1V?J7. Afior
t wo o'clock Ki adiiu brokH to Jersey Con
I nil to and Lkeluwiwe & Hu.Ihom to st, und
I li early ImprovcuiwH in other shares wnn
partly l0t. At el-w I onlmllo k Nunhvlllu
(vs strong, l'seltto .Wa.l und tlnkin Pacing
lhtly luir and tlio ironerul list eak.
anil all qualltleit of
We again call your especial attention to our lare and
elegant stock of Fine Jieady-inade Suits of tho very "latest
styles. We art? showing a beautiiul line of 'four and five
buttoned SackMiits. i enuine English plaid patch pocket
suits, which are all the go in the East, and a Urge supe
rior selection of four-hut toned cutaway Frock Suits in all
tho new colors. fJ hese goods are cut in the very latest styles
and are equal in every respect to the best merchant tailor
work. Prices from Si:.(i0 to $30.00 a suit.
We are also showing a tremendous large line of suits
from bl.50 to 815.00. We positively guarantee to sell you
goods for less money than any other house in Cairo.
Hoys' and Children's
Shirts and Waists.
M. WKIiNKU RON.
HATS AXJ) OKXTS' PUBNISHING GOODS.
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104 Commercial Ave., - - - CAIRO, ILL-
" WM . M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- E.ANGES, -:- TIN,
Japanned lierlin and Agato "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajjcnt for Atlains & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Ktc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33, cin.
TKhKPKONJB NO. 120.
WM. LUDW16 & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil' and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS P0H THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing riono on Short Notice in thoir Line of BuBlnetR. Examine goods and pri
ces Lutore purchiiRing olsuwlicro. Tho largest stock in the city at 132 Commercial Are.
Wm. Ludwiff & Oo.
E. A. BURNETT,
Very Utest Styles.
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PL A T B D-V A. H E.
Vif Musical Instruments. St. Lonis Prices Duplicated.
Dealers in All Kinds of