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CAIRO, ILL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER l'J, 1834,
IN THE PASTRY
(.TeKitm,fudillni..Vc.,n. drllculrly unrt nut
orally u. tbr trull from hlcb Ihry made.
FOIl STRENGTH AXD TRUE FRUIT
FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE.
Price flaking Powder Co.,
Chicago, 1.1. st. Louia, Mo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lnimlin Yeast Gems,
Jr.l lr y Hop Ya.l.
WK BlKK BUT ONE tll AUTY.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 10t Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ag;entfoi the Celebrated
also carries thelirui-ct and beit n.-lectcd stocsol
ever brnnftht t the city. Price- ranging from tbo
loaesi lor cheap stove Dp to ibe clorot figure.
ON the FINEST and BEST.
Rallderi' Hardware, and a cnmulete assortment o
TiDin, Urauttitarart. ttarthenware ani a r-m r
line of Hoii.b Kurnl.h:n.' Wool, l.aoip, fixture
etc, Call andrxanln helorr pii-cnas im.
Corner 12th and Commercial Aenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. W.
Goltlstine & liosen water
13G dc 138 Com'l Ave.
hare a full and complete lino of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy Mock t Body BrtiMeis, Taper
trie, aud Ingrain
A full atock of Oil Clo'b, all tlaus and price.
All Ooodaj nt Bottom Prices!
I a. r. Bar
SOBKHT A. "SITH
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - ILL
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Liu'i?3-4 vtvrietv Stiwl.
IN TIIK. CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Oor. Nlnotaonth street I Pnii III
Commercial v,nni ' 'illMi. l
Mrs. Emily Rowers,
Mri. AMANDA CLARKHON, Agent.
Nnxt A1extmlr Co. Dunk, MthBt
Ur-Oood Stock and Prices Reasonable..!
The Dailv Bulletin.
THE CATTLE CONVENTION.
Second Day's Proceedings of tha
Most Important Conven
tion of tho Year.
Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure Who Take
Their Time in Doine; Things A
Lively Fight hi Prospeot.
The Tanners Turnout A Memorial to tho
Rancheroi A Military Parade
St. Locis, Mo., November 18. At
10:20 o'clock thin morning tho National
Cattle Convention wan called to order by
Temporary Chairman Major C. C. Rain
water. The delegations were well repre
sented, but tho raw weather had Its effect
upon Intending visitors, and tho hall was
by no means well filled.
Announcements were nuide by Reading
Clerk Fitzgerald of tho programme for
this evening, the street illumination,
Merchants' Kxchango reception and
souvenir modal distribution, with the ap
pointment of John Finn, of St. Louis, u.s
The Committees on Credentials, Reso
lutions and Permanent Organization, one
member from each having been selected
by each Stock Association represented In
the Convention, were announced by
Reading Clerk liroadwell, and tho Con
vention adjourned until three o'clock this
a.ternoou, to allow them to consult and
Kvery dclciration was busied last night
hi caucusing for the meeting to-day, and
the result ot various conferences Has an
understanding between Texas, Kansas,
New Mexico, Arizona, Indian Territory
and Southern Colorado to stand together.
There arose yesterday the fei-ling among
the Southern cattlemen . that a
st henic was on foot, engineered by
the Chicago Live Stock Association, to
control the (invention in the interest of
Chicago and the Northwest. It resulted
in a sentiment of union among the former,
who took to St, J.ouis as their center.
Consequently St. Ixiuis will be selected
by the Southerners for the next place of
meeting, or in case this proves impos
sible, I)euver as a second choice. (Jov
cmor O. A. Iladley, of New Mexico,
w united upou as permanent
chairman. He is a man of lifty-ilve years,
who has a National record as an able
man. He served as a Colonel in the
Union army during the war, and was af
terward Governor of Arkansas from 1"S73
".". SeveD years ago he went to New
Mexico and entered into the cattle busi
ness on his present ranch. KiiL'lrtail Moun
tain, fourteen miles lroiu llutou. lie is
still a poor man.
The Tanners' Convention resumed its
session at ten o'clock this morning in tho
ladles' ordinary at the Planters. There
were sixty-nine delegates present, aud
Judge Shultz occupied the chair.
A committee of nine, consisting of
Messrs. Krieckbaus; Neillson, of Clncin
nuti: France, of Louisville; Larril.ee, of
Ilaltlrnore; Innes, of New York ; Ilalleti
berg, of Louisville; Madeira, of La
Crosse; Kicherson, of Pennsylvania;
Judgu Shultz, of St. Louis, aud L. H.
Watklns, of Denver, who were apolntcd
to draft a memorial for the Cattlemen's
Convention, rexrted. Tho memorial
urged the consideration of the
Convention 011 branding of hides on the
sides, the most valuable portions, lessen
ing their value from $1.50 to 91. Rou
tine business followed. As this is the
first National gathering of tanners, a per
manent organization will be effected this
afternoon, so that there may bo an an
nual gathering. Officers will be elected
tr the first term and by-laws framed.
To-night a banquet will le served in tho
diuing-hall of the Planters' House.
Arrangements are being completed for
the joint military and tiro department pa
rade ami review to be given Thursday in
honor of the delegates to the Cattle Con
vention and their friends visiting the
city. A letter signed by a number of tho
leading merchants and manufacturers
with whom many of tho boys are em
ployed has been sent to Colonel Meier,
notifying him of the fact that in view of
the (icrasloti they will permit tho mem
bers of the mliitia employed in their
stores to join the companies on the day
set. The following order has been issued
by Colonel Meier, through Cuptain Mil
ler: "The various commands, composing
this brigade, will assemble at their re
spective armories at 2 p. m. on Thursday,
the 20th Inst., for parade and review.
"Commanding officers will report at
2:110 p. m., by officer, or by telephone, to
the Colonel commanding at tho Armory,
Seventeenth and Pine."
A HI GO Kit MAX THAN OLD CJSSAR.
Heaven and Earth Alike IPowerless
Ajrainst Senator Vest.
St. Locim, Mo., November IS. Hon.
John T. Heard, Congressman-elect, ar
rived at tho Laclede this morning from
Bodalla to confer w ith the Stato Central
Committee. Ho is preparing to spend the
winter in Washington, 1). C, to attend to
tho war claims of Missouri. Speaking of
the league which is struggling to organize
against Senator Vest, ho saidi
"Tho thing Is absurd. There can bo uo
fight against Vest."
"Where Is tho niiti-Botirbon strength
against Vest? Not all the powers of
heaven fund earth could prevail against
hi 111. Why, if Jilllus Cmsar or St. l'uttl
were both arrayed against him they could
not defeat him. Mark me I"
WINDI-Nti TIIK OLD 'J II I NO UP.
The Canvass of Votes In Mew York Nar
rowing to a Point.
Nrw Yoiik, November 18. The Board
of Canvassers met thin morning. Presi
dent Waite was absent and Supervisor
Kirk called tho meeting to order. Thero
was llttlo interest manifested In tho pro
ceedings except by a few local candi
dates, About eleven o'clock a 111 Uo stir
was created In tho chamber by tho an
nouncement that John L. Sullivan was
leaving tho court-room across tho way,
followed by a crowd, and many of tho
Htators and somo of tho disengaged
supervisors rushed to tho windows to
tuteh a glimpse of the famous slugor.
coi oNKi. GR. nuss
entered just thou and tho lutnrcst hi Sul
livan oeased. Tim entrance of cx-ttua-ktrr
"Rim. FXlrndy oansed a -slight- isre-
satlon. no carried a shiny beaver In 000
hand a silver headed cane In tho other.
In tho district which was being can
vassed, tho Twentieth Assembly, tho race
between Klrwlu aud Fitzgerald for Al
dermau was vury close.. Klnvln figured
op a majority of forty for himself, but
Fitzgerald questions tho correctness ol
his calculation, ami claims that many
ballots were returned a defective,
which should have been conn ted
for him. Ex-Senator Grady was preseut
to look after Fitzgerald's Interest. In tho
Twenty-fifth Election District ouo blauk
was reported ou the Aldernmnlo ticket.
The name of one of tho candidates had
been erased and in Its place was written 1
"For the suppression of thu Hoard ol
Aldermen." Tho statement was mado by
tho Clerk that tho vote for Corning on
tho Cleveland electoral ticket was 48,13(1
over Warlord, tho highest on the Iilaln
STORMY TIMES AHEAD.
Alarming Humors of Revolutionary Out
breaks In Meiloo.
Nckva Lakkdo, Mex., November 18.-
Alarmlng rumors fill the air regarding
serious revolutionary outbreaks through
out tho States of Nueva Loon and
Coahuiti. Rellablo information in at
most Impossible to bo had. The pcoplt
are fleeing from the cities Into tho moun
tains, aud the militia of this city hav
been under arms for two days past await,
ing momcntiry trouble. Tho presump
tion is that the present outbreaks aro tin
THIt BliOObT RIOTS
in various cities on election day a wcl
aso last Sunday. Tho town of Sablna
Hidalgo since that date has been undei
martial law. The Government troop)
have obtained possession of Saberas, aud
the revolutionists are encamped In thu
hills near by. The revolutionists aro re
ported as greatly outnumbering the regu
lars. The people sympathize with tha
revolutionists. General Trevlno, mili
tary commander of tho State, has arrived
at Lampazos with a company of regular
troops from Monterey. Lampazos is on
the Mexican National Railway, about 10U
miles south of Nueva Laredo and some
fourteen miles from Monterey. These
revolutionary outbreaks are signlllcant,
when It is remembered that General Hian
will be inaugurated President in two
weeks. Old Mexicans hero foresee
stormy times ahead.
Conductors in Council.
Chicago, III., November IS. A largo
number of delegates to the annual Con
vention of Railway Conductors' Mutual
Aid Betietlt Association have arrived in
this city. The opening session will be
held to-inorrow at the Grand Pacific Ho
tel. A UlOH OLD TIME OVER ELECTION NET S.
Henry Laugenliau keeps a saloon ou
Front street, Kensington, a suburb of
Chicago. Fred Frantz is now sawing a
cord of wood In front of Mr. Laugenhau's
saloon, to the inspiring strains of tho
Kensington baud, while John Boody Is
wheeling Mr. Laugenhau seven blocks in
a wbeel-barrow. The latter forfeits a
keg of beer every time ho tumbles off tho
barrow. The entire population of Ken
sington are anxiously awaltiusr the result.
It is all ou accouutoJf the. election.
9 ETt VBrrffif'KM " RIO IIT,
Two Practical Jokers Played Bandits
and Got Shot.
Dayton, O., November IS. Albert Lois
and Edward Stamm, of Miaraisburg, last
night attempted to play a joko npou Cliu
tun Mayers, whom they met driving ou
the highway between Carrollton and
Mlamisburg. They approached him aud
demanded his money and effects. May
ers at once fired, wounding both of them.
Stamm had his left ear shot off and Lets
was wounded about tho arm, but neither
seriously. After the shooting tho young
men explained matters to Mayers and
he took them to Mlamisburg, where a
physician was procured to dress their
Saw Wood and Say Nothing1.
Chicago, III., November 18. ITenry
Krause, a Government employe, Is this
morning sawing a cord of wood in frout
of the Custom-house as tho result of an
election bet. He Is being encouraged by
a brass baud and an enthusiastic audi
ence. THE nKNNKPIN CANAL.
The Lake Michigan & Mississippi Canal
Company is holding a session this morn
ing at the Grand Pacific Hotel. Several
members of Congress and others Interest
ed In the construction of tho Hennepin
Canal are In attendance.
Postal Clerk Arrested.
Houston, Tex., November 18. J. II.
Young, of Galveston, was arrested hero
last night just as ho was about to take a
train at the depot. Young had boons
trusted employe In the Galveston Post
office for llfteen years. His arrest causes
great surprise. Acting Postmaster Green,
of Galveston, charges Young with ab
stracting money from tho malls. Young
vehemently declares his Innocence. Ho
says that there wero somo letters lost, but
that ho Is not to blamo.
CiiiCAdo, III., November 18. Frank
L. Laring and John Fleming, millionaire
bucket-shop proprietors, who woro con
victed last fall of using the United States
mail for swindling purposes and sentenced
to pay a heavy lino and to one year's Im
prisonment, were released from prison
this morning, having been pardoned hj
Woolen Mill Burned.
Waukesha, Ww., November 18. Tho
Waukesha Woolen Mill, one of tho largest
In tho Stato, burned last night. Tbo loss
la estimated at 975,000; Insurance, 9ufi,
0(H). Ono hundred hands are thrown out
of work. Manager Had Held, one of thu
heaviest stockholders, does not think tha
mill will ba rebuilt. Tho iy-roll wa
nearly 93,000 per mouth. It Is tho uwsf
serious financial blow Waukosha has ovel
CAULIHLU AND RANDALL.
Rival Candidates For tko Speakership,
Washington, 1). C, November 18. A
friend of Speaker Carllsk who is In tlx
city, says tbo Speaker Is not a cundlduU
for any Cabinet position. Ho much pro
fers his prosent place, and his friend
have already begun a canvass aiming tlx
members of tho next House, He feeli
quite confident of rv-leoiiou, althoiigl
Randall will plvo him a bettor brush foi
It In th CoaUsi to ootMtUaa iudaU tha
PERISHED IX THE FLA3TES,
An Old Man Tries to Save IUi
Property and Lc30
A Forgetful Cattle Man Diows Ilia Ou
Out and Com;s Nar Coins
MTduli:i'oiit, N. Ym November 18.
! This village has twlco been almost do
j stroyod by Uro within tho past two years. ,
I This moi'ulug it was again visited, and an
old citlieu pei'i shed In tho flames. Tho
flro broke out at four o'clock In tho
grocery of C. W. Udell, who, with John
Cahlll and Clerk Frank Coon, wero sitting
by the stove at tho tlino. The fire was
found W ho under full headway in tho
living ttjiirtments back of the building,
occupied' by Delos Warren and family,
I wno were asleep in tho second story.
! Ladders wero raised from Ixiow U
rescue tho sleeping inmates, four of whom
were saved, but A. T. Olds, an uncle of
Mrs, Warren, quite an old gentleman,
who boarded with Warren, was cut off
while attempting to rescue his trnnk con
taining his clothing aud other valuable
property. His body was found In tho
ruins. The loss amounts to ton thousand
dollars and Is hall covered by Insurance.
Ho "Blowed the One it Thin Out."
St. Louis, Mo., November 18. Tho
first case of gas-blowing among tho cat
tlemen occurred Sunday night at tho St.
James, when a largo party in No. HO re
tired to ret after serenely blowing out
tho gas. The watchman sniffed tho odor
shortly afterwards and knocked at tho
rancher's door. After succeeding in
waking him np, he had a hard time to
persuado him to open tho door. The
transom was opened finally aud tho
sleepy man awakened, lie became very
sick, but braced up after a few cock
tails, remarking: "I forgot all about that
onery thing, aud blowed it out without
DhA HI'S OL'I-sKS.
Died of Congestion of the Lungs.
B.u.TIMouk, Mi., November 1. Thu
. . . . . 1 i, ..1
I wue 01 rostuiasier Aureon oieu io-
d:yor congestion of the lungs.
Fired and Fell Dead.
Washivuion, D. C, November 18.
UiTum I). Bodlue, of Ohio, clerk ill tho
Auditor's Office of the Post-olllce De
partment, killed himself at bis desk at 1
p. in. to-day. He opened his vest, aud
placing the 'pistol at his heart, fired aud
fell dead. Depression ol spirits assigued
as the cause.
Died of Heart Disease.
Brooklyn, N. Y., November 1 8. Chas.
E Bostwlck, Deputy Collector of tho
Uji-ed States Internal Keveuue Denari
us, died suddenly to-day of heart dls-
. i ' ftound In tha Ruins.
Last IV mi on, Mass., November 18.
Fire this morning destroyed the planing
mill of A.J. McLaren. After it had been
extinguished the body of Win. Stewart,
watchman, was found in the ruins.
A Husband'a Approach Saves His Wife's
Atlanta, Ga., November 18. Late
Sunday night, while Mrs. W. R. Brooks
was sitting up awaiting her husband's re
turn, two negroes entered the house and
one grasped the lady by tho throat and
held a knife pressed against It, while tho
other ransacked the truuks and bureaus,
finding only one dollar. They were so
maddened when they found that the money
they sought had been put in bank, that
they were about to put tho lady to death
when tho nppearanoo of her husband
DOWN OO THE WAGES.
Second Heavy Reduction In a Few
Cleveland, 0., Novemlier 18. Last
week the employes of the bar mill de
partment of the Clevelaud Rolling Mill
Company received notice of a reduction
of wages to tho extent of from ten to
llfteeu per cent. This was the second cut
in a few" weeks, and tho men became
greatly dissatisfied. Yesterday to tho
number of forty or fifty, they left tho
mill, and refused to work any longer.
The Company mado a statement to them
that the mill could not be kept in opera
tion at the old scale of wages, aud not
willing to suspend entirely they had
adopted the method of lowering tlw
wages. Tho misunderstanding between
tho employers aud tho men, It is believed,
will be arranged.
A Partisan Outran.
Dktuoit, Mich., November 18. Two
years ago C. J. Kellly contested tho elec
tion of Win. 'Jennison for Circuit Judgo
of Wayne County, but failed, as his
friends claimed, because the Legislature
acted against him ami sided with Jenni
son on account of partisan feeling, thu
Republicans having a majority. To-day
an attempt is being made to count out
two of thu recently elected Republican
Representatives from this district with
the alleged object of counting in two
Democrats, on account of informalities,
thus Insuring a Democratic1 Legislature,
before which Kellly can renew his con
test and get Jennison unseated. The in
dications are that the canvassers will
have no trouble In coutitltig In tho two
The Swnlm Court-Martial.
Washington, D. t November 18.
In tho Swaliu Court-martial to-day before
the accused was called npon U) plead, by
agreement betwuen counsel, Colonel My
rou M. Baker, test I lied: That tlw Hate
man duo bill was by agreement turned
over to him by tho firm of Bright & Hum
phrey after llateman's changes were first
mado 1 that Colonel Morrow caino to
Ilatcmnn's bank with a note of Introduc
tion from Swslin to obtain a loan,
when It was discovered that
Morrow's pay vouchers were
duplicates. 11.' spoke to Swalm alKitit It,
and Swalm expressed surprise, Colonel
Parker test! lied also to being present at a
subsequent Interview between Swalm aud
BaU'iuan, at which warm words wore
Used. It was said during tho interview
Umttf Munvw wait eourtrtnwttiyS oil
ot hts creditors would lose their money.
Witness, however, did not say that SwiUm
Charges against Swalm wero then
Swalm's counsel argued that Swalm
bad not contemplated, attempted or per
petrated any fraud.
Tho resignation of Llcuteuant Ward W.
Very, Uuited States Navy, has been ac
cepted, to take effect April 80th.
Commodore McCauley has been ordered
to assume command of tho League Island
Navy Yard ou tho ma Inst.
THE IX' It If.
Brighton Beach Kaoea.
NbwYokk, November 18, Yesterday
was tho load day's racing of tho soason
at Brighton Beach. There was a large
attendance, and the track was in excellent
First Raoe Two-year-olds j three
quarters mile : Florentine, first; Bonulo
Lee, second: Miss Daly, third, llmo,
1 :17 1-t. Mutuals paid, 930.65.
Second Raco All ages; ono rnllo: Bal
thazar, first; Carley B., second ; Clarence,
third. Time, ls45 5-4. Mutuals paid,
Third Race Handicap-, all ages; mllo
and a quarter! King Fan, first; Bouncer,
second; Ten Strike, third. Time, 1:57.
Mutuals paid, 921.90.
Fourth Race For beaten horsesi one
and one-eighth miles: Nettlo, first;
Ualedon, second; Tunis, third. Time,
l:r,7 1-2. Mutuals paid, 955.15.
Fifth Raco All ages; seven furlongs;
Miller, .first; George Slngerly, second;
Contcssa, third. Tlniu, liii. Mutuals
Every Man to His Port In Time of Dan
New York, November 18. Among tho
passengers who will sail for Europe to
morrow morning Is Levi P. Morton,
Uuited State Minister to France. Mor
ton's leave of absence has not yet fully
expired, but ho considers It proper to re
turn to Paris us quickly as possible, In
order to minister in person to the wants
of Americans residing there during tho
present cholera epidemic.
RUMORED TRAIN ROBBERY.
Twenty Masked Men Kill An Express
Messenger and Rob His Car.
Kansas City, Mo., Novemlier 18. A
report has reached hero thut the south
bound Wabash passenger train Irom
Council Bluffs was robbed at Qnltinan,
in Northwest Missouri, lust night. I he
report states that twenty masked men
stopped the train, killed the express mes
senger and robbed his car of 91, GOO.
The slory has not yet been confirmed, but
as it comes from two sources, it bears a
semblance of tniih. Officials lu tins city
profess ignorance of the affair.
Gorman at Horns.
Baltimore, Mi., November 18. Sena
tor Gorman, Chairman of the National
Democratic Committee, arrived at 10 a.
m., aud was given an ovation. There
wero a!)out- 2,000 meu In line when the
traiu bearing Mr. Gorman arrived at Cam
den Station. When he made his appear
ance tho storm of cheers aud shouLs of
weleomo wore rltfinlriff. Mayor Lat
robe delivered an address of welcome,
after which Gorman was escorted to Bar
man's Hotel where ho received and dis
missed the procession. The delegation
from the Second Ward had at their front
a banner presented to them in 1833.
No Riot In Dublin, Ga.
IIawkinsviu k, Ga., November 18. A
gentleman just arrived here from Dub
lin, where a fatal riot was retried to
have occurred, announces that no trouble
occurred there. Tho reports gained
widespread circulation in tho State, and
created considerable anxiety.
Belva Writes a Letter.
Cincinnati, O., November 18. Belva
Lockwood one of the defeated Presiden
tial candidates writes a letter toa friend
in this city to show that though beaten,
the equal rights party Is not conquered,
but will have its banners (lying In the
next quadrennial contest, better equipped
for the fray, aud with its zeal undimin
ished. The Warrant Issued.
llAHiiisnt nij, Pa., November 18. Gov
ernor Patttson to-day Issued a warrant
for the execution of Charles Briggs, of
Philadelphia, on the 1Mb of January, for
tho murder of Mary Briggs.
Making a Martyr of St. John.
Amstehihm, N. Y., November 18. Tbo
antl-St. John men paraded last night.
After the parade, they hung St. John In
etllgy at the corner of Market aud Main
A Coward's Work.
Glovkusville, N. Y., November 18.
An etllgy hung ncsoss Main street yester
day morning, which was Inscribed "wife
deserter, party traitor, John P. St.
John." It attracted a largo crowd.
V. P. Schenck, a well-known river man,
died nt Vevay, lud.
The Evangelical alliance of the United
States met at New York.
Chicago tickets are selling
Kansas City by all the lines.
for 91 t
.John Leo Foo, a Chinaman,
shot lu a row at Topeka, Kas.
Three blocks of business bulldlngH
wero destroyed at Mlllbauk, Dak.
In New Haven 400 men employed la
the Iron works went out on a strike
II. J. Shaw & Co., large manufacturers
of furniture, Montreal, have assigned.
Tho Cumberland Valley coal operators
announce a general roductiou In wages.
Gladstone initio a speech in tho Brit
ish House of Commons on the franchise
Thirteen Germans ongaged as officers
in the Chinese army arrived at Tleo
A heavy frost at Paris haw had a fa
vorable effect lu chocking tbo cholera epl-
At Livingston, Mont., Jefferson Bryant
shot to diuih John Bowman, his business
Eight car-loads of Maryland exblblU
for the New Orleuns World's Kxpoaitiou
ars ttu route.
The annual report of the llghthouiu
board ask 2'.'5,noo for tho lighting and
buoyage of rivers.
J. A. Mahii, bushtnss nisnaster nt the
Kansas City Jonrn.il, and Mrs. Fanulo
JCaitentou, ut Cbjuao, Uvo unlaw in
njwrilfc, b ....... . ,
Thin powdr nevf r varies. A marvel of purity,
strtnuth nml wlinlenmnunena More economical
ilian ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in com
petition witb the mtilti'udo of low uat, abort
wuIkIii, alum o ilioeihaie powder.. Sold only
In cans. ROYAL MAKING PoVVD'R CO.,
10t Wa lStieet. Now York.
L. E. FALCONER,
teri. W. 0. f ary.
always on baud.
oarso in readi
ness when called
So. 12 6th St., Cairo, 111
Mannfacturer and Dealer in
Slieboyg-an Mineral S'prwg-s Water,
ALW1TS ON BAND,
Milwaukee Beer in ke9 and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Com'l
(Successor to Chas T. Kewland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. feuth and Ele
CAllcO, : : : ILL.
Drlvo Well Force and Lift Pnmpi furnished and
oat up. A(unt for tbe Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP'Vi
he bent pump ever Invented. New Gas Fixtures
umlshed 10 order. Old fixtures repaired and
(tr Jobbing promptly attended to 819-tf
X-f . 33. INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer ln-
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Lcvea.
WOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUXITION.
sanm Heiatreri. All Kinds ol Keys Mads.
J ALLIDAY BROTHERS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
HiarbPit Cash ?rt Paid for Wheat,
The Itcujnlar Cairo 4 Taducah Daily
HANKY E. TAYLOR. Master.
UUOUUI: JOUKs, Clerk.
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