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THK . DAILV OAliiO BULLETIN: .SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST? 17, 1884.
Notices In this rolumnvurce Unci or less W cents
ti'elnirtiooorl UO pet week.
1IELV WANTED Female.
VNTn. An Intelligent, energetic lady of cooil
sddrt ud some businees ability, to Introduce to
the t ride and consumers of thin countv, Madame
Dean's Celebrated Spinal Supposing Corset,
plendlrilv advertised and highly recommended.
Tn the rlL-ht nartr a salary of S7M0 monthly i 1
lie paid. Address with references.
I.KWIS SC11IELK & CO,,
3J0 Broadway, N-w York.
A sauare cornered tent flftv liv 111 rlv fuel, suit
able f.ir a photographer or camp meetinir: sheds
ratu wen: win ne io'.u ior nan hi c-.m. i u nu.
I in Cairo, but for fur'her infornvition address C
U. Bright, Louisville, Ky. '
-Valuables Krai Estate
At the front door of the C iurt
JIoiihj, 111 Cairo,
Ma., at P. M.,011
WEDNESDAY the let DAY of OCToBEK, 1SS4,
I will offjr for sale to tho hli:het b'd.kr, the fol
lowing, vsrvde.lrablc property, viz: Brick hniiHo
and lot S-IkIW feet. Washington avenue, adjoining
Hrewerv. block a. Dwelling house and lota ill)
.14 and 35. block SO, V.lh street. Dwelling bonne
and lot .11 and 32. block 7M, Centre street. Lots
a and 8. block 4ii. 1st addition, 1'oiilur at reel : lot
II, block 18, 1st addition, near the New York store;
ot Si block 30. kill Htreut,
Tals liver? desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the city, a'id now tint it is cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial city, present-t an oppottunity for
investment not likely to o'cur again.
TEKMS H cash, bal. G and 12 months secured
with 8 per cent Interest, or S per emit oil lor ciihIi
For further Information Inquire of
(i. S. PID3KON.
M.J. noVYLEY, Agent.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY
I would respectfully announco to the citizens of
Cairo, that I have opened and am carrying on a
nrst class laundry in the rear or Winter s lilock.
on Sevonth Street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work In my line In a superior and work
manship style, defying competition and at
reasonable figures. AH work guaranteed, and
prompt payment if any goods are lost.
N. B Entrance to laundry, through the private
entrance to the Winter's Block. 7 1 1-IJm
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Col. Charles Hamilton, of the St, Louis
& Cairo Road, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Max Ilymaa has gone east to pur
chase the fall stock for the dry goods house
of J. Burger.
Joe Reed has been confined to his
room for more than a month with a sort of
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Miss Nettie Ayers, daughter of Mr.
S. D. Ayers, of Kansas City, is in the city
at the home of Mr. Thomas Lewis. She
will remain some days on a visit.
E. P. Jackson, "Texas Jack," as he is
known in Texus where lie is traveling, has
our thanks for lute pipers from Fort
Just received our full stock of men's,
bys' and children's; soft and stiff huts in
a'l colors. Fry &, Ros.-nimn.
Sergeant Riy left some days r but
his family is still here. A letter from him
yesterday to Assistant Oflicer Tarr says
that he is well pleased with LaCnssc.
The latest styles, soft an 1 still' hats in
the following colors plum, chocolate,
nubinn, slate, brown and black at the
Famous Clothing House. Fiy & Rossman.
Mr, Peter Coraher has his houe at
the corner of Sixth and Washington nearly
finished, and has put teams to work filling
tne ;oib up to me n asintigton avenue
Miss Virgie liu.-k leaves to-day fur her
home in Chicago. She has bmi here hcv
...1 I. I.! . , ,
uiiu nci'ny, iiibkui many iriemis oy iicr
varied accomplishments and unliable dis
position. Mr. William Perce is buck ag iin from
DuQuoin. lie resigned his position of
Agent for the Illinois Central there and
will probably locate again among bis
friends in Cairo. That he may do so will
be the wish of many.
In Palaski coutity the Prohibitionists
will hold a convention on tho 2!M of An"
ust, for the purpose ot uotiiiintitsg a county
ticket and sending delegates to the Con-
gressional and State conventions. Villa
Ridge is the place designated fur the con
Conductor Hates, of the M. & 0. R. R.,
with his family, leaves to-morrow for a six-
week's visit to Lake Minnetonka, Minn.
They will be accompanied by the family
of Mr. John Jones. Mis-s Ella Robbing
and Miss Etfia Close will also be members
of the party.
i lie Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul
Ry. Co. has issued Bill Nye's humorous ar
tide, "A Howl in Rome," in pamphlet
iurru, with numerous grotesque illustra
tiuns that are txcrutiatingly funny. Cop
ies of this pamphlet and also "North and
Far West"' may be obtained free by ad
dresDg A. V. II. Carpenter, 0. P. A., Md
-This ib genuine Dixon Spring weather;
go there it only to spend one or two days;
Kw iuuwc, c.wl nights and dancin-i
will pay you for your trip. Don't sav vou
cannot dance; yl)U will when you go there;
u.e neouiesi, ti,e Hveliest, the strongest, the
weakest, everybody Juwi, walks, runs and
climos rocks and hills at Dixon twenty
four Lours after their arrival.
Mr. Ed Dez nia returned Friday from
Mnrr,l tfll..m wlit,v.i 1 . 1. 1 .
about the new bunking institution in
course of establishment, of which he is to
bo the cashier. Ho thinks the preparations
will be all completed by about the first of
next month, aod the bank will be opt n for
busiuess perhaps on the !ih of September.
The capital will be $15,000, and the
name of tho institution will be the Jackson
County Bank. Who will bo Mr. Pezouia's
successor in tho City National Bank here
is still in doubt, but Mr. T. W. Ilaliiday
will perform the duties of both cashier and
teller until n suitable person shall be found
to take the responsible position vacated by
Capt. Shield's resilience is now receiv
ing the finishing touches. It will be ready
in about ten days, and the Capt. expects to
occupy it by the first of next month. It is
one of tho most elegant and perfect struct
ures in the city an interior arrangement
that combines comfort and jraca in an ad
mirable manner, and an exterior tint is at
tractive in form and finish.
Cairo will be well represented in tli
difierent expositions this fall by imichim s
from the works of J B. Heed, Esq. He
has already sent 3 lathes of dill'erent sizes
to Louisville, will send three or more to the
New Orleans exposition, and has reserved
space in the St. Louis exposition building
for three more. These machines of his
manufacture have a reputation second to
none built in the east or west.
Grand Sunday excursion to-day, Aug
ust 17th, on the ferry-boat Three States, to
Columbus, Kentucky, and return. Boat
lays at Coluiabus 2 hours, and will make
all way landings. Will leave w harf at Cai
ro at 1 ::J0 p m., arriving at Columbus at
0:30; returning, arrive at Cairo at 8. Music.
by Lowei's baud. Refreshments in abund
ance. Plenty of seats for all. Tickets,
50 cents; children under 12, 2o cents.
WiNTttH & Lowmt, Manageis.
Mr. Julius Sarbian and his force if
men and teams finished fillinir Sixth street
last evening. The street is row up to the
gralc of Washington avenue, from its
junction with this avenue to its junction
with Cedar street. Mr. Sarbian will be
engaged lor several days this week tilling
the lots of several residents on Sixth street,
among them those of Sir. L. B. Church and
Mr. F. Rector. He has already commenced
filling these lots, but will require a day or
two to finish them.
The consumption of fruit must be in
creasing prodigiously in this country, and
is undoubtedly improving the national
health. In addition to tho enormous con
sumption of berries and small fruit which
has grown up in tho last twenty years,
there is a vast consumption, of apples, or
anges aud grapes and imported pineapples
and bananas. There were received at New
York for the year ending with March. 155
cargoes by sail, and 113 by steamer of ba
nanas alone, and immense numbers are re
ceived nt other porta. During the same
time 43 cargoes of pineapple and 22,000
barrels by steamer were received at New
For several days past this city has
been honored by the presence of distin
guished railroaders from differeut parts of
the country. On Friday a large squad of
Texas and St. Louis men came up on rpec-
ial train, from a tour of inspection, and
were met by Agent Loomis with a tug at
Bird's Point. This party consisted of C. F.
Stevens, N. J. Stevens, W. H. Woodward, S.
M.Woodward, S.S.Woodward, A. C.Taylor,
I.I.Frey, J. C. Reynolds, II. O. Harris,
W. B. Jones, and II. B. Ilibbadall, promi
nent officials of the road. On the sumo
day Mr. Jeffreys, of the Illinois Central,
ami party, arrived here from Chicago, and
after spending a few hours in looking
around, went soii'h. Another party eon-
sifting of Mr. J. F.Joy, of Detroit, success
or of Jay Gould as President of the Wa
bash system, his Bon and Mr. Stevens, Di
vision Superintendent. They come in a
special car which they abandoned here, go
ing to St. Louis in the regular train yester
Johnson county is one of the strong
holds of Regublicanism in this Congress
ional District. It is also the home of sev
eral members of the celebrated Smith fain.
ily, of the M. A. species; and there is no
room for wonder that, under this combina
tion of affliction", it should also be, as it is,
one of the strongholds of that most pernici
ous of political heresies paradoxically term
ed "Prohibition." According to the as
sessor's reports made to the Statu Auditor
this year, Johnson County's total assessed
valuation of personal property, lends and
lots, oi f,,0,!i24, winch is less than half
tho valuation of the same property in any
other county in this district, excepting Pu
laski, which has a valuation of $808,249.
It has the lean valuation of any county in
me Estate, excepting one Hardin. It has
no "shares of stock of State and Nat ior.ul
banks"; no "patent rights," nor ' steam
boats and sailing vessels"; no gold und sil
ver plated ware"; no "diamonds und jew
nlro", .... 4, 1., .1 I , , .
i "u eiewus in uaiiK, ImiiKer or
broker." lint it litt8 1,481 mules ami asses
(exclusive of the Smiths), and 14,151 hogs
It has no saloon property, and as a conse
quence it can point with much pride to the
magnificent sum of $l,:t4) accumulated in
its banks and to!5,041 that is bein-r horded
by its individual citizens to the serious
depression of the circulatinir medium in the
country at lame; and it can also noint to an
illicit liquor traffic indulged in by its most
jiioiiiinent citizens ami wnicti is infinitely
more destructive of good morals than nnen.
well regulated business could possibly be,
and to a county jail that is bo decrepit from
constant use that prisoners have to be
brought to this county for safe keeping un
til they can bo tried and sent to Chester.
uch is otid unpect t Johnson county, the
home of tl, Smiths of tho M.A. species,
he O.braltur ot Uepublioanism and of Pro
, inbitiou in this Congressional District.
ACRES OF FLAMES,
Ten Acrea of Lumber Consumed
by Fire at Vincennos, Ind.,
and Still Burning.
Ten Horses and Mules With Mill
Stables, Also Help Feed the
Twenty-Two Buildings in the Business
Part of Anoka, Minn., Fall a Prey
to the Devouring Element.
Ton Acres of Flame.
Vixckxxks, Ixd., August 10. Lute
last night a tire broke out In the River
side Lumber Mills of Wiley Tludolph,
and at lust accounts tcu acres of luuil
were ablaze. The lire Is no doubt of in
cendiary origin, i blazes were discov
ered simultaneously in the mill, stable,
and lumber plies. Some boys put out the
blazes lu the mill, but the btabie was de
stroyed, burning up ten liorses and mules,
about a million feet of lumber have been
burned, aud as the lire is beyond control,
utiotber million Is doomed. Mr. Tiiidolph
says he Is fully covered by insurance.
The lumber is worth $;!0,000. l ire was
discovered at this same place one even
ing lat week, but by Information was sup
pressed. Though it is out of the city
limits, tho department is on hand, and
will probably save the mill. This is the
third time the Riverside Mills have been
destroyed within live years by ineentla
ries. Conflagration at Anoka, Minu.-Lossoa
a Million Dollars.
Anoka, Minx., August 10. A fire
started at two o'clock this morning in the
skating rink and spread with alarming
rapidity. The department, being unable
to cope with the Humes, telegraphed to
St. Paul and Minneapolis for assistance,
aud special trains with engines started
from both cities at daylight, aud arc now
on the ground. Jieurly the entire busi
ness portion of the city Is already con
sumed, including the Immense Wash-
bum Mills, the Post-ollice block, First
National Hank buildlns: and Hotel
Chamberlain. The loss already readies
a million dollars.
Twenty-two buildings were consumed,
including the ucw opera-house jut com
pleted. Washburn's losses exceed
A Confirmed Fire Bug.
Fast Nasiivilm:, Tkxx., August 10.
A dozen tires, some of them serious, have
occurred in Fast Nashville, Teun., in the
last few weeks. The last was th8 burn
ing of the Nashviile Cooperage Company's
works on Thursday night, entailing a loss
of C0,000. J. McBrooks, arrested yes
terday on another charge, has confessed
to being the author of all the tires, claim
ing that he was Irresistibly impelled by
the love of witnessing large conflagra
tions. McBrooks burned a house lu
Knoxvllle thirteen years ago, for which he
served ten years lu the Penitentiary. He
confesses that thn night he was release 1
ho started two tires In Nashville, and it Is
almost certain that he originated two
tires which occurred In the .Penitentiary
shops during his confinement, the loss at
the least beim: between 200,000 and
8300,000. He started another fire here
last night beside the one mentioned
l'KOlIllJI'l lONIVl'S' J'KlilJ.
. Resort to Infernal Machines to Wi-
the Fitfht for Whitky.
B L IlI.INdTOX, 1a., August 1C W. E.
Make has been prominent in the prosecu
tion of saloon-keepers .since the prohibi
tory law went into effect. At two o'clock
yesterday morning his family were awak
ened by a loud explosion and a bright
Hush as of lightning. The explosion was
that of an infernal machine. To tho fact
that it was too Jgnoruntly or too hastily
prepared Is due Mr. lilake's safety. It
was of a lap-welded Iron-boiler tube,
about two and a half feet lonu aud two
and a half inches in diameter, hammered
over and closed at one end. This was
partly filled with giant powder and then
an oil cloth cartridge about one inch In
diameter and ten inches lonn was Insert
ed, tilled with nitro-glj'ceriue or dyna
mite. 1W tho side of this was an ordi
nary blasting fuse, most of which was
burned. hetlier the bomb was improp
erly packed or whether the explosion
was .premature, only burning the powder
at the top is uncertain. Hut the deadly
materials remaining leave no doubts as
to tho object of the person who
manufactured the machine. The com
position of the explosion consisted of
sawdust and cotton saturated with crys
tal of niter, which is accepted ' as evi
dence that nitro-glyeerine formed the
base of the compound. Mr. Blake says
so far as he knows he has no! a personal
enemy In the world, and that In these
late prosecutious in which ho has been
engaged every saloon-keeper has treated
him personally with uniform kindness
and respect and he did not believe any
one had any design upon his life or
Through a TreBtle.
Wiu.iA.Msi'onr, Pa., August 10. A
freight train of the Philadelphia & Read
ing Rullroad was crossing a trestle five
hundred feet m length, when a car con
taining coal jumped the track, broke tho
trcsllo mid fell to tho bottom, dragging
down thirteen other cars. On the train
wero John Reichelderfer, aged forty
years, conductor, and James McCarty,
aged twenty years, brakeman. Both were
cairied down. Thceondnctor waastruck
by a piece of timber, knocked Insensible
and thrown into the creek. His injuries
consist of three ribs and one leg broken,
with other injuries, which makes his re
covery doubtiul. McCarty attempted to
jump, but was caught and horribly
Returned the Fire and Killed His
Manhattan, Kas., August 10. Sher
man Waters, son of Captain M. D.
Waters, a well-known citizen, shot and
killed his father yesterday. Tho young
man, armed with a shot-gun, was just
starting on a hunting excursion when his
lather ordered him to shoot a neighbor's
Jog. Te boy refused and a quarrel en
mod, whereupon the parent entered tho
house, returned with a pistol, and fired
it his son, who returned the flro with
MKATliX AT I.AS1.
Loxdox, August 10. A dispatch
from Melbourne, Australia, says the race
between Beach and Haulan at 1'urra
matta for i'50 a sldo was won by Beach
by six iengths.
K11AXCK AXU I TUNA.
Loxoox, Auuust 1C lu regard to tho
warlike reports from China, published
this mornliiK, inquiries to-day by report
ers of the United Press failed to elicit
anything confirmatory of such a state of
affairs. At the Chinese embassies iu
Purls and London it was Btated that
nothing Indicating that France und China
were on the eve of hostilities had
been received. The latest Information
at hand poltit;d to a probable peaceful
solution of the difficulty. English Gov
ernment officials, who would likely re
ceive advance information of a possible
rupture between France and China, say
they have received no news that an im
mediate attack on Foo Chow Is probable.
M. Ferry said to-day that negotiations
uro proceeding quietly, and that In his
opinion they would terminate peacefully.
Paris, Augut 10. .- M.itin this
morning reiterates the report published
yesterday that the Ilovas had reeantured
Tamatave while Admiral Miot was absent
establishing outposts, lu regard to the
assertion ot Prime Minister Ferry that
Admiral Miot reports from Tai'native,
Augu.it it, that the condition of the
French posts Is satisfactory, It says, it Is
impossible for Tainatavn m.u-a nf tlio illh
to reach Paris by the loth.
ITiKNClI I'Altl.IAMI'.X r IT!Ol!0lit K.l.
l'.vms, August 10. The French Parlia
ment was prorogued this afternoon de
spite the protests of many deputies, who
are desirous of obtaining more definite
information regarding the negotiations
w llh China.
Yellow Fever at K-y West.
Wasiiixuton, D. C, August 10. The
Navy Department received yesterday
from Commander Batchelder of the Galena
at Key West, a dispatch stating that En
sign Cape Hurt bad been sent to the
hospital with what was believed to be yel
low fever. The vessel has been nut in
quarantine. The case was subsequently
found to be a po-itive case of yellow
fever. The Actim Si-er.O-ire rf tin". Vive
telegraphed for Comuian u"r Patehelder
iu ui unte lur iiiu lower uaroor ut
Portsmouth. The Galena sailed ttiU
morning, no new case having developed.
Saw Mill Explosion.
La CiiostsK, Wis., August 10. The
boiler of llolloy's saw mill exploded tuU
morning, lour men were injured, o.e
fatally. Damage to the mill will reach
ten thousand dollars.
SATl'UDAV, AiiKii-t Hi,
Grain and Provisions.
COTTON Ftfni'ly; iii'iMlniir. I0V I ' ic.
FI.OCB Steady; XXX lo clioiee, fj.iii tf.J;
W HKAT W eiiker; No. S lied, Ml'ic fur
new; No. 3 lied, new, ','.i:'--v.
Loun- Firmer: No. mixed, 4i.;."Ale; No.
2 wlnto mixed, tA''--&:
OATS Steady: So. a. a.lc.
ItVK Jlitfiier; So. 2. .",0 , ."'o.
Tobacco I-inn: ius: euminnn tn rhmm
f.lKKilU.lAI; lent; common red leaf, tT,.Vj'J
lu.uo: medium to tnnl f '.i.0iu(I7.J.
HAY J'raine s.uo; in. in tor prime to i-hoioo
new: clover mixed. i(,ll tor eommon tu
prime: clioiee new limotliy. t ll.uCGilJ.un: fun.
UI'Ttkk inner: cno ceto tatiev erenmerv
3kSIc: dairy, choice to luuey, itiifliu; low
r.oos Active: candled. 11c: shintirr' ninrka.
ioTAT0Kf Einy. at W'xVic per Imsliei.
1'OHK Strolnr und hiirtier: new irii.i fl'.i.itfi
Laud J-inn: prime steam, "'iT'e.
lUcoN-Lont's, levollc; bhorts. ll'.illUc:
Clear ribs, In vtlle, all packed.
ool Tiio-winiieil. clioico, -"Jc: fair,
'i'uZc: dlniry und low L'laT. L'nwuslmil
Choice medium,--0 ,e; jrood average medium
l'V3K:: selected litflit lino 17'4l:ie: iroo I nv
eraire, lij,I7c; heavy iiiilim: coiuiiitnr, v
Diood, Axitlc; comliinir. low irrades. l.V'Mie..
HlliKS Uuiet: ilrv llinl. LI -,e: damuireil.
2"ic: liuiis or stairs. lOe: drv suited.
13e: dry salted, Uuniiitred. luo: kip mi l
calf, salted. s -,c; uanntKuri, ti',c; tmns and
Btnirs, 6?ie; green, uncitred, 7:,c; damiitfed,
feilBKP PKl.TS Weak: creon. TOLSOe : rv
do, 4U'!,70e., as to amount un I jui!lt v of wool;
green shearlings, Lie; dry do, Italic; lmulj
Livo Stock Marketa.
( IIK .AliO.
HOOS IteeeipU. 7.0o): iieiive und rit rnnirr
10c'i.'.He hiirlier; lirht, f ."i.hiii.iici: i-oii1i
packinif, t.).n)'.r,.l0; heavy packing and shin
l.ATTi.K-Kccclpts, tin; prici-4 1.1c lower;
exports. i;..'i'i",:.nu: u-ood u, elu.ir...
f.iKi;..Vi; common to lull-, l .lo-.&l.l.l.
SliKKl' Ifeenpts, 1,"H'; weak; eoinnion to
good , fUMUic! I.:;.).
WUKAT-Iliiilier: No. ' lied.
HO.c: October. v::c:
November, IM'.c; He-
CoIlN ririncr: Sent I.i.r itfi,.
ji''4c; i-soveinocr, Jii'c.
UATS-Mea.iy; AuitmU WJe; September,
iil!nc; October. .s.'e; November,
( IIK i jo.
WTikat Steady; Aumi-d, ; September,
7SV-; October, siiBe'.wi1Ac; November,
M5UiiH V-; Di-comber. K,0i.iuv.
Corn Higher; August, i11'4c:
M'4e; October, 4'.ic; November,
4:.'lie: May. 4:i',o
Oats Steady; August, i-MSe; September,
i.'4''ne; October, LM'jc; year, !i4 'iC; May, Dc.
1'ouK August, f:!7.u0; September, ;
Laud Higher; August, 17.87'S; Sep
tember, IT.Hl; October, fS.fiO; lleceinber,
Shout aJtms--September, f 10.41; October,
C.vnT.K-Market dull mid prices nom
inal, extra ?;.7.1ii7.ai; good to choice
tdiipplug ut i!V.ii.KI; fair to medium at ?VI"'tfi
.l.'.m; lair to choice butchers' Mt 4.lt'i.1n;
mixed butchers. :Uo"4l.;1ti; common tn best
butchers' cows, f4it4.i; stoekcis, $:t.ti.Vii4.:.';i;
feeders, ?4.y.ii&4.'ill; lilt bulls, t .til' to choice,
Siikkc rnehanged; common to lair,
$:i..Kk;.i.l'ii: gnoii to choice, fl.:mfM.7n;
western lambs, $4.-Vci.i -i; no (Hindi
linos riii'hiingod; common to fair
g russe rs, if l.ni r . ,.i.
Catti.k Keeeipls, 2,:Sni; llrmer;
unlive Btecrs, ,M to l,.10fl pnumls
averngo, ri.tiV((,ll..'lll; do, MO lo I.HIO pounds
tverage, f 4.hik,i.:i.,vi; stockers and feedeis,
VUiOiH.'iii; cows, J-'.siKif;j.7i1; giass Texas
Steers, M.40fcr,4. :.M.
Hoos Hecelpts, Ft.rrf M; firmer, Bfidile higln r;
nales at M.7iVt6'i.t"; iniiluly ut f.l.imwi.nn.
SliK.nl" Heceipls, 4ii; steady; unlives, M
pounds average, ft.:.U ,
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Vomk, August HI. Money lffi2. Paper
liar silver at 1 101., . Kxcluinge steady ;
IH3(ffi4sa long, 4smi(?ttS4Vk nhort. (iovi-ni-tnent
strong; Stales ii !- ; lliii roii ls llrm;
locks strung, further adviitice; alter ll:UU
illglit reaellon; ipiie'. Threes, 4'i's,
Mk 4's, l:;e'; I'licilleH's. l:;tl. Stocks strung;
B rices rose (jftiv,, kiinsRi K 'lev as and
rBKn Piieltlt teatures.
LAST W.t5TiK OF THE
Great Summer Clearing Sale
Popular Reliable Cash
DRY GOODS MOUSE
Odd ami Euils must io at any prico. Tlie host opportu
nity ol'tlie Season to secure desirable p;ooils at lowest prices
ever made on sn me class ol jouds. We have a perfect feast
of bargains in all departments.
Summer I )ms Goods must be closed out. Summer Shawls
must be closed out. Fans.and Tarasols must be sold. Sum
mer Shoes must All must go to make room for Fall
rJreatest Bargains iu Hosiery ever seen in the city. La
dies' regular-made Hose reduced from )5o and Hie. to 2oc
Cliildren's regular made Hose lvduced from '!-) and 35 to
15 and '2ik.
!-y?"J1i Stuart leaven tliis week for the K.;it to lmv NKW (iOoIiS. and we
iiiut liavi' room. Dmiot fail to attend this llieirrcut birifain week ut tin season.
CHAS. K. STUART.
TVCi . 1) t
JS, -:- B
fj apanncd Horliu
liiid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Affont for Adams & Wcstlake Oil.
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, (
Coin Slielleis, Planters, Ftp., Ktc
s. 27 & 33,
'IKLKl'IION'-.; NO- --'U.
Icaders in Low !Pi'ices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
nr ArivTi i a
KjO Commercial Avenue,
LOUTS 0. HERBERT,
(Successcr to Chin. T. Newland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fife
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Ms ,
I L I j
Dilve Well Force and Lift Pumps furuiehed and
pill up. Aeut for the L'elflirated
"15LCKEVE FORCE PUMP '
the beet rump ever Invented. New (lux Fixture
Itirninhed to order. U.il Fixtures repaired and
fcjy-Jul.bliit; promptly attended to.
pV YORK STORK.
WHOLESALE AND UFTML.
The Lai'iTJ.st Variety SIimI
IN 'I'll h' CJTV.
GOODS BOLD V iSRVOLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth struit 1 PslM'rt 111
CommurclalAvunnu' ' illJ Ill
lAit. n. SMITH. KOBKUT A. SMITU
Grand Central Store.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AI.KSON, Aerjt.
Kxt Alcxiimlcr Co. H.ink, HthSt.
"Oood Htock and Prices Il-asonablu.i
AT1 vet . ritlAT
AUlLilO, -;-11 IN,
ami Aato AVaro,
(Coolers Ice Cream Freezers.
(Gasoline and (ias tovc8, Octroit
lulled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
OA'I HO, 111.
- - CAIRO, ILL.
0. Y. HKXDEHSON,
No. l'.H Commercial Ave.,
;.dc A?cnt foi the Celebrated.
Marmfnctiircr and Dealer in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
lluililirH' Ilnrdware and Carpenti-rs' ToolH.Tah'e
and 1'ocket Cutltry, bent In the r.iurket. lingers
llros.' I'latid Knivi-x. Forks aim Simons, (iriinlto
Iron Ware. Henin Earthenware, White Monntain
Freesers, Water Coolers, KefrljrerKlors, Clothes
Wrlucers, Crown Fluler. Step Ladder. Garden
Implements, (loldes Mar Oil Hloves-hest In the
world, Lamps of every dencrlt'tion. filaln Oil,
Carpi t Sweepers, F.ather Dusters, Ilrooms, Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The abovo .t rnrk bottom price.
Corner 12th and Commercial Avenoo, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. Vi.
VSQ &138 Cona'l Avo.
have a full and complete lino of
Linen hoods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy slock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries aud Inuraln
A full Htock ol Oil Clo'hs, all siren ami prices.
All Uoods nt Bottom Prloeul