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IIKIV WASTEtL -Female".
Wasrtn. An lutilliijeiit, energetic lady of eood
i.MrvM ud 10 nc biimnoo a'ulity, to introduce 10
t!ie trade and concuai.Ti of thl countv, Madame
Duau Celohraled Spinal Supporting I'oiout,
plendldlr advertised and h'thlr recommended.
To the rln'it partr a Mlary of ;.V03 ruouthly will
b paid. AddreM wlih references.
LEWIS SCIIIKLR A CO.,
SSWBroadway.N. w York.
Havdofk Jump leat mrrey. Hut price $. new,
good job, for Inquire of E. A. llurnett.
Haydock Vhaeton, new, ltt price $.i0, for JU'V
I quire of B. A. Burnett, Bulletin Oftice.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALK.
By virtae of a writ Uaued out of thi Diptrict
Court of the 1'ulted Kia'.. for me Hoithern Dip
trict of llllnoU, In admiralty, dated ou Mondav the
lsth dayof Autftift. A. 1)., Issi, will b- aoid at 1'oh
lie Sale, to trie hichept and beet bidder, lor caeh
at New Libert, I'ope county. In paid District, ou
the fourttt day of September. A. IV, ISM, between
the hour ot punpet or paid day and Ho dork A. -V
th- fol owlu? di pcribed prop'ert-, to-it:
ne wreck ot tbe p eaiuhoat E. K. I.e ip, iuclud
Ing her bolierp, i engine, uiegi-r engine, doctor,
pump, crate bar. Ac , Die parti.- havinu been order
ed by pa-.a court to bepjia. 10 UN A TAN NEK,
I', S. Marshall
prinneM, 1; ., An'. mn. l.vl.
By U. F, DARWIN.
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At tha front docof the C :irt Hiusj, In Cairo,
in , at s v. x , on
WEDNESDAY the M DAY of OCTOBER, ISM.
I wiU off it for pale to the hUhe-t b'd !er, the tol-
lowing, very desirable property, yn : Brick h .'npe
and lot 34IUII feet, n anbincton avenue. J i ol ain ir
Hrewerv, block s!6. Dwelling hown and lots :i3.
Mand85. block ISO, 12th street Dwelling boU!"e
and lou SI and 32. block 7H, Centre street. Lot
S and 3. block -to, let addition, Poplar meet; lot
H, block is. Ut addition, near the New York store;
lot M. block SJ. l-.th Ptreet,
Tan Ip very desirable property, situated in the
oupinesp cenirep 01 meciiy, a'to uow m it it is cer
tla ( tiro will speedily Become a ereat railroad
and commercial city, presentp an oppoitunity for
t vma r m ,.,1 f ni, tll.f'v t,i iVi1:!. .i,n
TKRMS H cah, ba'. 6 and 12 month peenred
w.th s per cent interest, or a per cent on" lor cash.
For further information inquire of
(.;. 5. FIDO EON.
M J. HOTLEY. Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Lc on third page.
i?ure Elgin Creamery Butter, 91b pack
ages. G. II. Jackson & Co. 2t
The Illinois Central company paid off
Dr. Wardner, of Anna, was in the city
A brother of Mr. R. J. Flower is in
the city on a brief visit.
Piano for Bale price 73.00. Apply
to Mrs. Ri-dmac 8;h Street, near Barclay's
Mr. Patrick McAIpme wa- much im
proved yesterday. The o'ght b.-i' re he was
on the verge of death.
Mr. Thos. Lewis re'turne i Fn lay from
a trip through Southern "Illinois iu the in
terest of t tie Abe Linco'n ? 'citty.
Mr, Quasebarth came down from Beil
viile yesterday. It is umlerstonl that he
will go into business again lit re s on.
Mr. Juhn West w called ell Idenly to
the bedside ot his grandmother who re
sides in Holly Sittings an 1 is Very sickv.
The Cairo baseball club which is to
m-et the Eckfurds at Paducah to-lay, took
a turn at the bat yesterday to test their
skill. The test was quite satisfactory.
Any one in need of a Phaeton or Surry
will rind odc of each nf the.-e of i,f the cele
brated Hay Jock Cincinnati manufacture
advertise i, at a bargain, in atmth'.-r Column.
Mr. Jno. W. Lurt- r, D.uiocri'ic can
didate for the appelate clerkship, ha, b. t-ti
invited to a j ln-s the y mij; Ileriiocra'if
club of this city, at its regular m. etin,' n-xt
The Young De:n ratic Cluh will meet
in the HiU-rnisn fire c mpar.js h,;, next
Wedoesday, the b-.arJ of the directors of
the company hnvlDg agre-d to p..-rn. t this
' Le tight a', a s'.ipu.a'ei prho.
it hi, gone J:' rth fr m und-.-r Mr. St.
J 'tis e Ei j:-ache.
thi! the Prohibitionists
l.y lO.O'.o tLaj-.ri-y. In
wi.l ca-ry Kar.v 1
th- mtm tlx I..;n
. - Detu'crtic
by an t-al :l v vri'y. j i-t to: ai hmgo.
-Mr.Charl .s Lax- has g- r..: to Dlnoa
spriags for a f-.- dais' r-.-s-,. A ,,; rt.
turns he w,, prohahij ur:r, (,,.tit
him hi tw. grand-da'jghter, Mr
C. Lntz w M. Mau 1 Buraef.
-During Mr. Ih-ry Cu,ha,aa's absence
from home Friday s ;w one of the neigh
bors was kind enough i, 4 iJrini
boy at his house. The wc-ight is estimated
by competent authority t., be atwut twelve
Circuit Court will Uot be convened
io, to: 1 i, or next month, which is the
third Monday, and Judge Browning, not
Judge Bker, will preside. The Utter will
be engaged on the appelUte l.t,c, Hmt
13-10'J hats ajeotfeied by Mrs. L E. Will
lamson for 15 ceu's each; also loo. huts at
- cents; til so 1,0 ,ais tat 50 cents each.
The first that comes will have first choice
These hats mu,t be sold regardless of cost.
Ii" L. E. Williamson.
Mr. Warnt r.of t!,L. te'ooh.-.m. . .-!, .,..,
UaUined a painful injury of vfl am'
tnuay. He was trying to ride a bicycle
uua.ewaua st, m k Ih ed.ow tla-ground
fracturing it ;i t. nilh ,
Mrs. L. E. Willinmsui, noirly t,v hn.
Other fire in one of her elaboratly ,l( t;Mt.
ed show windows last n'mht. In attt-mpt-io
to light the gas one of the funcy sri
cles was set afire, and it w as only Mr". 8.
presence of mind which cuu-cd h,.r to
quick ly snatch the burning nbjct out of
the window, that saved tlie grc.t contuion
ol other finery in the wiudow.
Mother Ccnstantia, who left here last
Tuesday, has been ajiigne'l to the iioaition
of superioress at Pine Street t'onvuut, in St.
Louif, Mo. It is rumored thut Sister Alice,
formerly quite a favorite with the Cairo peo
ple, will take the place of Mother Constat-
tia at this place
The Texas fever prevails to sumo tx
tent near Sparta, I 11b. The Jackson ccun
ty Era says: ''One gentleman lost three
cows worth $o00 each, and another Inft
two cows worth the same nm 'tint. The
cows were Jersey, just biuuht from Ken
tucky, and it is thought they contracted
the disease at the st ck vrds at East St.
Philip Laurent has re-openoned his
meat shop on Washington bet wet 11 Dili and
10th streets and, commencing with this
morning, will serve all his old, and also
new, custom rs with the be.-t of cut meats
at reasonable piices. He is experienced.
knows what is choice in meats -and alwavs
eudeavors to please his customers
... , ...
fail to call on him
Mr. C. McKnight, nephew to Mr,
oamuei jicivoigni, engineer ot the lialli-
C 1 r 1 . . . . . . .
uay saw nuns ana tun tactory, was badly
woutded in one arm yesterday, lie is em-
ployed in the veneering room of the Singer
works and one of the knives cut the tuus-
uu am-iiee utar mewrist in a mac-
ner that would have caused him to bleed to
" buiiliu n?sisiauL'e
rmlnrn 1 liv lir I'rl... 1., :. ; , i. .:n
.'"".. "mil nc will
......l.ul.t.. 1.. t..: , f . 1 ,
'"' UJU,J UL UV several wccks.
Ji'Lcson Li unty Journal : "ThhCaiho
Bcu-Etin is laboring under a wronf im-
Pnssion, when it thinks we would support
o uiuimx'j or notoriously immoral man
ror otnie. e place sobruty, imralitv and
principle above party affillatiou." Evi-
dentlv the Juumal .lo.s r,,t i,n,l,..n,i
that a new- an. r rt..niiT" . .on i; i.
mat anewap-r hiiohts a candidate
when it laces his name at the head of its
colums and keeps it there every is-ue
,!, ,,,,,, . '
She is misused. "The () un in
the nantrr. tin. ..! .,.,.. - ti,,
, 5 1UL'
u a iOw tone in this picture of majesty. So,
too, there ris some vulgarity displayed in
tbe doubtful uses to which a li.iiit;t"nl f.h.
" 1 w
.w ., ... cu,itu can a iime
boy carry a chip on his tlituldtr if his
mother continually bedeck him in stuffs
mrde for Ler onu use? When the dust
and the dirt are blowing, is it not e-ood
taste for a laby to dress in keeping with
. . 1 nuu
lua, e.a,e o. t.i.gs 1 .o one aisputes her
judgment in wearing a "gossamer'' when it
is raining Tli, arrt r-ar. .n.t f.., ...;.
0 " 1 'tui-
Cles are too full of brocade. It (Pimi
wickeianl extravagant. It seems disres-
r.tfni f . .k . ;T 1.. i:.i c
.ww. 1. uie 10. i ut WUICU UUe artSS- I
goods are produced. The Current
- Little Dai.-y Slaughter, aged ab
L,....e LraifV SiSUL'httr. ai'eu ab(.u! ten I
years disappcaredifn m her home on 27th
s,..,,, . . 1 ur-i 1. 11 ,
sitab .ut . uo.Td- Friday Light and had
not been seen up to la'e last night, though
the police an i other; haPmade evt-ry etlort
tjfiadhtr. She was a bright; little girl,
accustomed to run ar.uud all over the city
peddling ornaments made of Cringed can
ton flannel. She is rather piepoeeising in
appearance; has dark nut-brown hair, and
wore a blu-; calico dre-s with polka dot.and
a stri A hat. She could hardly have lost her
self in the city, or she was acquainted
wi'h marly every street in it; and the was
smart enougn to avoid king misled against
her will by any s-rantter. About r v., n
ut a year ago
a brother of her, a.'ed about fifteen, was
iuduceito run away with aehow that was
No one can have fil.;d ty observe that
the drunkard has a Larder time these days
than he dil fifteen year3ago. Then it was
a.mo-t a sin of genius f ,r a man to be mis
s.ng from his pt,5t oace a week on account
of liquor. Now it is a sign that his employer
is not attending to business. The drunkard
will be discharged as soon as the facts shall
become known. This i, a healthful and re
markable change of general opinion, audit
is no doubt due as much to the efforts ofso-
ciwits like the Catholic Total Abstinence
Union, which have for their object the sup
pression of drunkenness by .the moral ele
vation and strengthening of men and those
likely to become -, and by brnging about
a correct public sentiment as to the causes
of drunkenness and the responsibilities of
the dtuakard, than to any other active
cause now operating against the evils of in
temperance. Yes'erdiy Mr.Eberhar.lt BucLer, the
up-town butcher, bought , fiDe g,t.fcr from a
couple of negroes who came in from the
country, paying 40 for the r,imal. Short
ly afterwards Mr. Bud.ei was informed that
the steer did not belong t ,lt. par,jt.3 w,o
sold it to him, but had been stolen very
probably from a man named Harris, in
Mound Ci'y. By this ti, the n.roes had
eC gone fc-v-ui hours, but Mr. Bucher
notilh-d duel Ib arden, who detailed offi
cers Mahanney D,i McTigue to tun the
two thieves down. The officers got traces
of their r..en before reaching Mound City,
ana wnen tliere they sou found oue of the
rascals whom they arreted with I4 of the
money which he had hid, len it. a tin box
and buried in the yard back of his house.
The other mar, who wa,.. preacher, I y the
way, saw the officers vhm they came into
the city, and suspecting the truth, mado for
the woods aud got away. But the man that
was caught is the one who sold the steer to
Mf. Hindu r and who received the money,
I"-' is in the county j,u 1L.r(. RWHitng
flrelmil,uI).(.x,lllina!ll)ni M,rslml Mc(,
d Mound City, rendered all possible assis
tance to the Cairo officers
THE UAILy OAIUO BULLETIN;
The French Fleet Bombardinfl
Foo Chow The News in
A Gloomy Outlook in Mexico-The Log.ic j
of Poverty, Discontent and Sedition
Inherited by President Diaz.
Unable to Agree France and Morocco
Sanitary Conference in
T1IK H.mi.K lIKdl.SN,
rRls, August 23. Admiral Courbet
commenced bombarding l'oo Chow ar
senal at two o'clock this afternoon. '1 he
consul ana hngllsh plivsielan,
. togetner with other attaches of tiie Con
suiato at too Cnow, have takeu ndugt
ou board British war ships lvin- oil the
awaited with a.sxiki y.
London, August 23 The announce
xuent iiM Aduilra' Courbet opened ilrt
r " 0P0 ? .Cr,tatcJ u'u;
lar are very briet and further news is
awaited with great anxiety.
VNAliLE TU AtiliFi:
Dvm.is. Ausnst ?n Tt, i,r in t.(
. ' : j
case ol O. C. Cornwall, the Dublin l'ust
ortlce Secret:ry jointly indicted with oth-
Wceenstown, August 23. The town
commissioners passed a resolution re-
questing tne owners of traus-Atlant.c
lines to give rostmaster-General laucttt
no pretext for depriving yueeustowu ol
us rreseDt Position as a station for ilu
departure of American mails. Tt i- ac
ti0Q u due ,0 theattemntof t!. ft, ..nh r
ol Commerce of South England to obtain
""" lv " g 10 Wus lor Hit
.ortn oerman Lloyd Company calling a
I 1 fit CiiMV rr"tw , .s.t'
Chicago, III., August 23. -A special
from Matamoraa, Mexico, to the Tn'.ui.t
says: Beports from all over the Bepub
1,0 s!low a sad condition of affairs. The
"'dmistration of the Gonzales Govern
.tatroyed the cominerce and
Mmperi.cd the succeeding admiuistration
without securing the end lu view, the
increase ' federal revenue. Burdened
?ltn UeDt' redoced. t0 th sanest expe-
nif iit to Sf-Plirp r.fifir mrinv md ...m.tc.
I .v-.v.. .i wu- TiLSMJ t-VtV''
inL'riht and left from u wSn u-n t..,i t
ll' il leavts its army and employes unpaid,
aua every "nas the burJeu ol its
Ad the coast States and many of those in
thp interifir hav u.j.n fr..tt.,-t iwitl, o
lone continnpd ilronchr ubi. h hi ,lr.
slr'JJ'ed the crops and seriously affected
the stock Interests. In many S:au.-s the
pae o( locuits 0M thbJ made rh.
effects of the drought more disastrous,
or has, where the usual rain fall h is been
experienced, as eff..-ctuillv done its work.
The bulk of the inhabitants of Mexico are
improvident people, living from hand to
mouth, and a failure of the usual crops,
especially that of corn, means to them
great sufiering if not starvation.
ihe almost total suspension of the
great work of railway construction ha
depr.ved the native element of another
source of livelihood. Peoole who are
starving and idle are rit e for mischief.
Organizations of robbers and bandits
wbl increase, and in Mexico these have
always been the nucleus of revolutionary
r.isin8- Hampered as it will be by
financial laws that are an outrage on tlu
science of political economy, burdened
witn ueots, witn an unpaid soldiery, with
the great distress in tne agricultural dis
tricts, aud the most dan-rous elements
of ite people ripe for anything that will
furnish them a chance for payor plunder,
the new administration will need a hand
of iron in a giove of si.k to successfully
steer the ship of state through the
dangers of the next eighteen months.
01 all the men In Mexico, Diaz is the
one tilted for the job. The Government
has already nipped in the bud In many of
the States dangerous risings that might
Lave led to the most serious results. But
the worst moment has not arrived. At
the very time the m:w administration is
settling itself into power the greatest dis
tress will be experienced among the
nusse3, and popular dissent Is always
ready In Mexico to lay those evils that
aillict it at the door of the Government.
It is much to be doubted if the Govern
ment w ill have the power to successfully
withstand such a multitude of dangers.
FRANCE AND MOKUCCO.
Paris, August 23. -The difficulty be
tween Trance and Morocco has been
amicably settled. Prime Minister Ferry
disavows M. Ordegi, the French Minis
ter to Morocco.
SASITAIiY f "NFERENCE.
IlAGt E, August 23. The Hygienic Con
.tress unanimously adopted the proposal of.
Professor Provst in favor of the interna
tional sanitary conference fur the creat
ing ol a permaneut International com
mitt e to act against epidemics. JIol
laud will he asked to submit proposals
to the other countries lu regard to the
Made An Assignment.
New York, August 23. Bichard D.
Chater, to-day made an assignment. The
assign e is to pay aud discharge all debts
and liabilities now due or to grow duo
from the assignor to the- Wall Street
Bank, with all Internal moneys due or to
grow due thereon, whether the debt and
liabilities are secured by judgmector oth
erwise. Looking to Consolidation.
Washington, D. C, August 23. Tho
appointment of a commission to consider
tbe organization of the slgual service anal
the various surveys of tho Hydrography
office of the navy, Is understood to be a
primary step to tbe consolidation of all
the bureaus under the management of
the civil officers.
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1884.
Cloaed Hia Doors.
SiiKi.iivviLi.i:, I1.1.., August 23. L.
Illgglnhotham, druggist, closcU his doors
this inorniug. M. Kensll was made as
signee. Assets uud liabilities unknown.
Blew Out Hia Brains.
MortitisoNvin.K, lu, August 23.
Captalu William G. Burton, an old stago
driver of the pioneer times, blew out his
brains last night with a revolver; cause
ill health aud financial troubles.
Soen at Ottawa.
Ottawa, Ont., August 23. A gentle
man, who claimed to be acquainted with
Warner, the absconding bank President
of Albion, N. Y., states that he saw him
on the street here day before yesterday.
In a Bud Plight.
Bosiox, Mass., August 23. The brig
Don Jacinto, of Portland, from the
l'hilllpine Islands, for Boston, was at,
Barbadoes on August 2 with one of her
crew dead, aud the balance laid tip with
A Swelling Boom.
Si'KiNiiFiELD, III., August 23. Gov
ernor Hamilton thiuks that the prohibi
tiouisis of Illinois are much stronger
than ever before, but predicts that the
vote lu November will fall short of s.OoO.
Pour years ago It was less than 2,000.
Elopad With a Stockman.
G11. man, lu.., August 2;!. Mrs. Mary
Fleming, wife of George B. Fleming, a
traveling salesman for Coinstocki Welch,
Chicago, eloped laU night with Charley
Hickenlooper, a well-known stock man of
this place. Mie left two clibdrni behind
her. It is thought the guilty couple have
gone to California.
A Big Offir.
Chicago, III., August 23. The state
ment Is published litre that the Baltimore
& Ohio management has offered to pay
S2o,oo0,0o0 fr a controiing interest in
the Illinois Central Kulroad and that
there Is a likelihood of the offer being ac
To Ba Extiunisd.
New York, August 23. Coroner liobi
son, of Long Island City, h is received
from Lincoln, Neb., from Miss Dora
Buck, sister of private Henry, of the
Greely expedition, wdi jse real name was
Buck, a letter authorizing him to disinter
and examine the remains of her brother.
Miss Buck telegraphed to that effect to
the Coroner a wees ago, but he decided,
before taking any action in th ; matter, to
wait until he received a letter from her,
making known her wishes more explicitly.
Coroner Robinson will at once proceed to
cs.'iume the remains.
Grain and Provisions.
SATCItlJAY, AL'IJCST 21, lv-L
ST. I.I if IS.
'OTTOV Steady: iii'iidiunr. .n; it I ;i
i'l.ot'li Steieiy: AAA to tlio.ee. 2.Cj 1.03.
parents, $.:. vVW
W ikp.AT Mea ly: No. '.' He l, H':-i ,c ful
new; No. 3 K'-l, new, 7t-tT4-c.
OiHN Lower: No. - ni.xel, ,Vx:; No.
2 white tnix.'d, .', le.
Oats Mm.Iv: No. 2. WvigTu.
Itvn Lower. No. 2. .' ,c.
ToH4'-c-r:riii: iu.'s; eoitimon to choice
;.!ilu.i: leaf; common n-'l ieat, t'.'yji
lu.oo: medium tosro.Hi
Hav Praini- f-.i.',:i 1.1 tor prune to eln ice
new; tiover im.xe.l. f- .lo t T common l
prim'-: elioice new titno'hv, tlLOtltLijo; tan
l!i"TTfcn Firmer: en . to tuncv itimiiktv
2o2Jc: dairy, etio.cf to tuney, loiCe; ,ov
rmles no 111 if nil.
KtiOS-.Active; eaiidled, II ,c; Fii:in-rs'
marks. Pe In ,.
I'oTtTOKs Hst'hef. sr 42 : ,si4.V .er Lushel.
Pokk Mrotij- mid lusher; t:fwtness. fl'..'.25
I.Aim 'Jul 't: nrlm ptcun. 7',r.
Dacii.n l.onirs. II Ml .c: Phorts. ll'ie;
Clour ribs, Ij , j.lle. 11:1 .iieke..
Wool, Tub- a-ne 1. etioic". :ttle: fair,
T,'";SM.r. ilimry anl low A-fM. I.'nwnsh.i
Clioica mi! liiiai, zl t!2e: irood iu'itiko iu.;.liatn
ln-f-ax-: scie.-t.-.j Hht fin.- l. 41:10: irool av
era'e, Ur-ilTe: heavy limine: eim!ti. '4
tjioo-1. 2l'4e: comOm. low ura les. IH r.lti;.
IliDBS 'Juiet; dry Him, I,", darnairi-'i,
12' , c: ruins or pra-r. loe; Ury Paltc I,
L-'e: dry saifM, (iam.iir"l. l'le: kin mil
calf, saiteii. ae; Ua iiu."!, ,: nuus mi l
suurs, i?4e; green, uneure 1, 7 ,e: ditmai-d,
Shbkp PEi.Ti-WfMk: (rn-n. Wn0: dry
do, I'J'tTQc., us to amo'iut an I 'joa irv of wool
(?rcTi sn-arlins, Lie; dry do. lou'l-ic: la-u'J
Wiikat-I.owit: No. 2 Ite.. Septctnl.er,
'.c: Oetolier. lc: Novemt,er, in,; u-ke.l ;
I)e;emti r, I'le; .la-iiiarv, '.:. i
t.'oKN Lower: se,t..mt,er, "npjc; Octoli' r,
tjij'ie; Novetiitii-r. .i:
OATS-W.-aker: Ausriist. :;0c: Scf,tfm?.r,
aiSic; (Jetoler, ij".'-.,e; Novi-iiil r. 'it
' mica ,0.
" Wiiit Weak r: Aui.s', : Set, tern her,
7sc: Oetotier. ;',-Mti Novemiier, M ,;
Cokv Lower: Antru-t, ru jc: .-efitctnii-r.
52c: Hetolier, .iJe; Novemt.er, Li .c; jcar
Vic: May, 4.1c.
OATS Weaker: Ailfrint, l.'.'c; SeptcriiLcr,
2.'.',c: 'ictoher, :ii',e; yenr, tiie; May, , .
J'oliK ILirher; Auiust, :.- M-ritein,iT.
$20,110: year. 12.7(1.
Lahii Firmer; Aii'.-11-r, T.:,7'i: Hepternher,
7.-i7'i; October. $7.i.i: Noiember .
Shout lf.nis-Aiii.Mi-t. ln..'17 j; Seiitctiiber,
JlU.I2:i; Oetohcr, fi.'.io.
Live Stock Martceti.
f im u:o
'tTTI.IC-lteeeiits, 2:l; e polls nt $'1. V)
417.11"; liiio.l to choice 111 $.i.HoTMl. In;
eomtnoii to tail', l.MK'(..i..in; Te.vuiiH, H."iOiJl
Siikk.i' Iteei ipts, .Vi; shoiiK; common to
(fO"d 12 .20" I. In.
lloo.s l!e ei.ts. ti.fkili; ( piicr ; 10 to ISO
lower; lijfhi, .i.i 11 41'p.ii.i; rouuli puckin, i.si
(!.. I'l; heavy p.itkinjf und sliipdn,
111 rr w.i 1.
CATTLE-Miuke dull: fair to choice $.i.2.V
.1.7i; eoiniiieii to me.liiiin steers M 2,iv,
iiil.aed l.uteiiers' :(.2i"l.2.i: slock Imlls f .'.'.ii.l
.-silKHC-Maiket dull; Western lambs. (mi
llion to irood, ?4. 1.i'.i.il i; ( iitnidian, J.i.:ii)i.j
Moos (lia-scrs, ?." :.'.""i.!i.i; ehoieo dairy
feil, .-ii. m; in.'s, $ l .". i.'fli.
K A N s S I IT V.
( atti.k Keei ipts, ;.',ia: tr,,o. corn Ted
steady; miis-er smw and wciik: native
steer' ii"i to Lid"! pounds iiveruu-e, J4.iwia
.1. in : stockers und feelers, j;'.r.t4..iiij cows,
J2.7i":i.iii'; Team steers, .. ii.(,a.'.i.
HoiiS Receipts, 'i.imi: opened steudv,
closinir lower; Miles at f':.io.fMl.4n; mainly
ut M I.VMi 2-i.
MIEKI' Hi ipts, SI); steady; fail to (ioiwl
Money aud Stock Marmot.
New Voiik. Aicnst SI.-Siocks oiK'iio t
weak and I mer 011 reports of an in pcinliiiir
trunk line wav: iii. o did n il',t.i2, In on
I'aeille, t! e r nue s nnn 1 11 leitditH b .n
tic- ureii e t siiiiim! s. Siin c ,ne tly llio
mai ki t was te ,i .
Money, 2".). I'upcr, 5 ! ,1411. Iliir silver,
II11,. Kxehanire il 1 1. ii-t to 4.s..'t lonir,
4S4 , to 4-1 sli.pt t. linlltl iiientx llrm ; .-tiles
illlet: lmii'ln lower. Slocks lill'lel to I
alter II h. in., Inil li t t HI nr was n-
limed and pr ci'S ileclined sh o p y I iiLr ois.
Hide rumors H"oiit lotu erinnir Tr tilt I inn
pool. Threes, IK) ',, 4',, IU,; ls,i2ov;
It lias been a long lime since there was as much earth
hauled into Cairo, as lias been brought in this season. Ami
after one of the busiest summers we have ever had, we too
are going to
Fl LJ. TO I II G II GltADJi,
with a new and (cniidcle line of Dry (Joods at Low Grade
prices, ami in order to gain more room, and give our at
tention to lrj-(Joods exclusively, we are selling our exten
sive line of
LADIES' AND CI 1 1 J.I1JWS' SHOES,
A. 1 Actual Cost.
Cash lmv. rs can saw mon -y by calling at once.
. I,) A
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v 1 1 1 1
Japainifd liciiiu and Aatt; "Ware,
r.inl Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Atrciit Cor A.liiins & Wt-tlakc oil. (iastdine and (fas stoves. Detroit
rl 1 V.,'N, i'UI'i.t,'H,, 'S','t'! 1,,0VS' t',,i,I,:a Walkhiff Cultivators,
(ol II Miellets, I'l.intcrs, ktc, Ktc.
Sos. 27 & 33,
TKI.KPUONH NO rj.).
I .1 . 1 1 1 1 fsc 111
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CLOT I I ;.I2STG
'M Commercial Avenue,
130 &c I'JS Com'l Ave.
have a full ar,d C'lOipluti; line of
Idiici; oooils, Dusters, Nutiuns, Ktc.
A heavy stock of Iiorty Ilrue p, Taper
tries and IiiKram
A full otork of Oil Clo'bc all ni....i anil prlres.
l Coh1m nt Uoltoin I'ricu'al
N"EW YORK STOliK,
WHOLESALE AND KETA1L.
The Lartr?st Vai'u-t. Sim J,
IN Tit .
t 1 1 V .
.NI.'.W YORK STOIIE CO,
C', Niia'toiinth ulrntt I lj. l;
Cnn'mnrcial AvnnH ' ' allO, 1..
Manufacturer and Dealer In '
8th Htriio., between Com'l Ave. ..ml t.ccc.
1 !AI fif ) ILLINOIS
CHOKE BORIXG A SPECiALTY
Al.f, KINDS OK A MUNITION.
ufe Keaalrcd, All Kliidn ol Key a Mndi'.
cai no, 111.
1 tff I y
- - CAIRO, ILL.
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Siicccs.si r to Cha-s. T. Xewlduil an.l
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Coiiiineiriiil Ave, kt. Tenth and Ele
Ir!vc Wei: F.rcc and Lift I'umps furulnhed and
tin: up, Aunt for the Celebrated
"UUCKEYE FORCE PUMP''
thebet pump ever Invented. New (ia FIxtBrei
lurrdfhed to order. O.d fixture! repaired and
WJolibtns promptly attended to. 319-tf
0. W. HENDERSON
No. 194 Commercial Ave.,
3o!e A-jfent foi the Celebrated
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work, '
KreeSPM, Water (loolem. Rfrlratnr., tint hi! '
Wringer-, Crown KlnterK. Htrp Ladder. 1
Imnlem-rtK, llolden star Oil Mtove," t 'it in , m '
world Lm,i. of desi rl. tlon, Klala O 1 i
Carort Hwc-iiew, V. allier llinlerd, lirooiiii Win. '
How Screen Wire Cloth, Full loppl, ol Fl.hlSi .V
The alune nt rock bottom price"