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T11K DAILY UA1UO lilfLLETIN: TllUKSDAY MOIMINU, AUGUST 2 s 1S84."
A ToucJiiiiif Incident.
-How it mux
Ilrc&sioiicd -Sonic New
Tliu St. Louis cxpnwn on t!io New York
(.Antral road, was crowded one evening ro
t't titly, when at one of the way stations, an
elderly gentleman accompanied lty a youug
:idy entered the cars arm finally secured
heats. As tlio conductor approached the
piir, tlie young lady arose and in a plead
ing voice said :
"Please, sir, dont let him carry me to tho
asylum. I am not crazy; I am a little tired
hut not mad. Oh 1 no, indeed. ' Won't
you ple&so have papa tako mo back
The conductor, accustomed though he
aS,o upna8e oinumanuy looKea wuu
HQtonislimcnr ut Mm mur ao iui n nrlinr I
passengers in their vicinity. A tew word
from the father, however, sufficed, and the
conuuc or p.sseu on, wnue mc young lauy
turned Ins lace to tho window. Hie writer
chanced to be seated just behind the old
gentleman, and could not forego the desire
MipraKiumin. uuuasaa lace ana a
trembling voice the father said:
-My daughter has been attending the
seminary in a distant town and was sue-
eeeding remarkably. Her natural quali-
ties together with a great ambition placed
her in the front ranks of the school, but
she studied too closely, was not careful of
her health, aud her poor brain has been
turned. I am taking her to a private asy
lum, where we hope she will gooa be bet
At the next station tho old man and his
unugmur hju me cure, uui mu lucnieni, so
i l..r i. .t . i -I
Kutysuvu u , o.ith crca i wpnena, awaa-
enters. It is an absolute fact that while
the population of America increased thirty
pur cent, during the decade between 1870
l.nndre,! and thirtv-fivo nor rent, for the
same period. Travelers by rail, by boat
or in carriages in any part of the land sen
large and elaborate buildings, and inquire
what they are.
Who builds them?
Each state, every county, hundreds of
private individuals, and in all cases their
capacity is taxed to tho utmost.
Because men in business and the profes-
sions women at homo or in society, and
children at school overtax their mental and
norvous forces by work, worry aud care.
llus brings about nervous disorders, mdi-
ifnctlAn ami Airnhf M i 11 tr a tt i a I
bwU u w.fcuiu..jr u.aum. I
ti ; . a i.i : . i. ii. i i
ii jd uui oirtnvo iruuuiu viiu me ueuu i
that causes insauitv. It far oftener arises
from evils in other part3 of the body. The
ue. uuBiyD;iu .leien.u.ieB uiu bi ua . . me
aches, occasional dizziness, a dimness of ,mv; "uu' 'wow u.eir worst piayers,
tison, a ringing in tho ears, a feverish ftn(1 have engaged two Evansvillo profes
head, frequent uausea or sinking at tho pit sionals in their nbices, and. thus Btrencthen-
ofthe Btomach, bhtuld tako warning .t I
once, ihe stomach and head are in direct
'IH l. 11 1 a I
sympathy, and if one be impaired the other
cnu never bo iu order. Acute dyspepsia
fcuses more iusane suicides tlian ony ether
tnown a.rencv. nnd th., nun. .,.nan or
known agency, and tho mm, woman or
child whoso Btomach is deranged is not and
cannot be safe from tho coming on ai any
moment ot mania in somo ol its many terri
The value of moderation and thc imper
ative necessity of care in keeping the
Btomach right must therefore be cluar to
all. The least appoarance of indigestion
or mal-assitrilation of food must bo watch
ed as closely as thc Cist approach of an in
vading army. Many means have been ad
vocated for mooting such attack?, but all
have been more or less defective. There
can be little doubt however, fa at for the
purpose of regulating thc stomach, toning
it up to proper action, keeping its neives
in a normal condition, and purifying the
blood, Warner's Tippccauoo The Best, ex
cels all ancient or recent discoveries. It is
absolutely pure and vegetable, it is certain
to add vigor to .adults, while it cannot by
any possibility injure even a child. Thc
fact that it was used in tho days of thu
famous Harrison family is proof positive of
its merits, as it has so thoroughly with
stood tho test of time. As a tonic and re-
vivifier it is simply wonderful. It has re
lieved thc agony of the stomach iu thous
finds of cases; soothed the tired nerves; pro
duced peaceful sleep, and averted tho com
ing on of a mania more to be dreaded than
dENKKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Local on third page.
The latest styles in Boy's and Child
ren's Bats at Chicago Clothing House. Ct
--Judge Haiker passed through this city
for home yesterday.
Buy your feed etult of Alden ic I'uck
ett. Eighth street. Telephone No. 83. 4t
Mr. J. II. Traxler returned yesterday
from tho OHBt, where he went to purchase
The latest novelties in Hats, Chicago
Clothing Houbc. ct
Juott Rakcr'g leave having expired, he
left early this week to' resume his duties at
. Whitlock Brothers, specialties iu Stet
son Hats. 3t
0. M. AMeu lost a line, f 1 50 mule a
day or two avjo, -one of a span woiking at
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagalu's saloon
and restaurant, comer Sixth and commer
Mrs. Geo. TarsonB has left Chatauqua
and is now visiting Mr. Tarson'e relatives
in Kenntbunk, Maine.
The largest stock of Silk Caps in tho
city, Whitlock Brothers, The Ratters. 3t
Hon. Oscar Turner was in tho city
yesterday. ' Uo boarded tho Fowler here
last evening to go to Paducah.
Traveling Caps in seal brown, dark
green, wine, blue and black colon, at Chi
cago Clothing House. Ct
iriai Abble Wheoler, of Mt. Carmel,
returned homo yesterday morning after a
Iplesant stay with Miss Vcata Halli-
ruiio lm ball1, price ifu. Apply to
Mrs. Ke.lnian, Slli st., nor Rate-lay's tluii
Mi-ssr. Muiiini Iiriillicis hio putting
up tln'C'irnictsoM tin! iifw lirirk Imil'lin.
ol Mr. Pi'Simnrm. It will Ik; a very Attract
iviJ ornament when finiahuil.
Stiiniats of lateBt stylo and all prices
at Whitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall." 3t
lien urirnuiii has openod his meat
market, corner 27 aud Commercial avenuo.
Ben knows his business and tho up town
people can rely on getting good meat
Correct new styles in Hats at Chicago
Clothing House. Ct
About thirty-flvo telephone wires were
burned out by tho electricity in tho sky
last filing, and Mr. -Warner was kept
buV for hours rearranging and repairing
1 the damage.
TLu onl g , , t
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"hitlock Brothers, "Oak Hall." .it
E. A. Burnett, agent for the Equitable
Life Assurance Society, yesterday paid
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0Vur t0 thc w"iow of Lr,ust 1 Vttlt ;)'000
ia ful1 of policies $1,000 and $1,000 on hor
lftte husbunds life.
Just received a complete new line of
soft and stiff hats for the fall and winter
season; Chicago Clothing House. (it
-Tho Cenlralia Young Republican club
have decided upon "Hum dusters and little
red caps" as campaign uniforms. None of
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our own clubs ot either party have tts vet
duterralnn,i lrapnrtant ul.g,ion f un.
fnrm bu hm they do this they pro!
,)!J w'!' ""t show such mrtialiiy for
the Mother Hubbard style.
1 l,C' "nest 1 Ur IIa,S ln a11 c,,lore.
ftS ,,row. o!ivi'. chocolate, wine, pearl and
white at the "Oak Hull". Whitlock Broth-
It wax understood that Mr. Henry
Slade, tho great slate writing medium, the
hkal Henry Slade, would arrivo in this
city last night, to make a stay of several
days at the residence ot Mr. Jacob Martin.
nis presence here would doubtless armmfi
consUlerable iutere8t m,t otl s jr.
"un"ai. " Ul"l' 01 an inquiring minu.
Silk Hats and Campaign Hats at "Oak
Hal Whit ock Urot hfM. :h
It is understood that the Paducah
club will be hero to play the Cairo boys
anotl,er game Sunday after next. They
tlit v hrwe to win ltik tfiir laiirl. Fr,,r I
tho Cairo nine. Wq shall see.
Alpine dress Hats in daik green, vlne,
. , ,, , . ,,, . ', .,
br,,wn 1411,1 l)Uck ,l('IS ftt
ing IIoubp. fit
The Wttlder-Oarston wedding took
place yesterday at tho resilience of Mr.
Moses Walder, in the country. A rabbi
came from St Louis to perforin thc cere
mony. Thc affair was one of much inter
est an 1 was largely attended, Judge Bross
aud I.F&rnbaker being among the guests
We have over 100 new Btyles iu stiff
and soft Rats in latest ehapca and colors.
"Oak Hull", Whitlock Brothers. ot
In 1SS0 the Republican pobj in tho
custom house yard was struck down, and
C5arfied was elected. In '70 thu Democrat
ic polo was demolished, and Tilden was
clectid. Iu thu light of history thu de
struction of the Democratic pole again yes
terday seems prophetic of disaster only to
the Republican nominees.
Wo have over !J0 new styles in stiff
Hats of lilted shapes and colors at Chicago
Clothing House. ot
Avery, thc Johnson county prisoner in
our county jail, has employed Judge Allen
and Hon. I). T. Linegar to defend him in
his coming trial for murder. Judge Allen
was in tha city yesterday, having cenie in
responso to a telegram, to consult with tho
prisoner. The case will veiy probably be
tried in this county and will be an excit
-Whitlock Brotheis, "Oak Hall", Ti e
Hatters-Just received over nine hundred
dollars worth of the latest style Hats. at
An old man named Shannon, living at
Birds Point, Mo., died Monday night. His
remains will bo brougt to this city to day
and buried at Villa Ridge. He was about
sixty-eight years old. Ho had boen em
ployed for some time iu the Irou Mountain
yards at Birds Point.
Our lino of Hats is complete in every
respect and comprises all tho new shapes
and colors : Chicago Clothing House. Ot
-The most peculiar wager yet made on
the Presidential election at Meinphis.is that
of J. L. Goodbar, just published. Re has a
farm across tho river from Memphis, in Ark
ansas, worth $:sr), 000. He offers to bet his
farm against tint amount that Cleveland
will bo elected; agreeing, further, that if ho
should be taken up he will give a deed to
his farm on receipt of the wager, which is
to bo placod in bank. This offer has not
yet been taken up. Goodbar makes targe
bets on cuery important election, and has
never lost one.
Solid Six Ccnti For Pontage
For the magnificently illustrated fataWuo
of the MKRMOD& JACCARI) JEWEL
Fourth and Locust Sts., 8t. Louis, Mo.
It presents very plainly their beautiful
You will bo surprised to learn at what
LOW PniCttS TllliV BKLLTIIKM.
Wut.N in St. Lous call on them. (1)
THEY WENT TO WAR.
"hn Gallant. French Army Whirl
W;w to INininh John
Tholr Inhumanity and Ifcpulso ou tbt
Eivor Mia Supplnnumtnd by Anui-
mlatiou ia ToiKjuin.
Geneial Gordon Attacked at Khuitoum bj
a Large Body of Rebels, Whom
. He Repulses.
Lom.o.n, August 1'7.-A telegram jusi
received from Shanghai, states that t"V
Oi'O Chinese troops who had been secretly
massed ou tho frontier, suddenly lnwidci
Toiiqulu after desperate lighting, anc
completely imuihl ated tho IVeneli troops
In that provtuce, thu Chinese losing sev
eral thousand killed during iho different
cn-ageiueuH whkh followed iu quick
biiccessiou. Tho massing of this iaig.
forc6ontho frontier has been going ou
for Koine time under tho supervision ol
experienced mldtary lenders, and so well
did they conduct tho affair that tie.
French were unaware of their proximity
until they swept down on them M
avalanche. The French fought desper
ately and repeatedly ch rged tho Chinese
liuen, but us lust us tho latter were
broken they closed up with roinmkuWc
miliiary precision, and manv hin,i io.
hand encounters ensued, tho French lin
nlly liuecuiiibingto overwhelinlnLr odds.
LOMMIN, AtlilUHt 27. A llixuMl.-h ,J in.
daylrom Shanghai to lieuter'u a-'i-ney,
Bays i "Tho French loss In thu bombard
ment of Foo Chow wus Neven kin,.,i
fourteen wounded. Tho Chinese loss Is
estimated at 1.000 killed n.i :: or,:
wounded. Tho CTilneso m.in.nf.u,i-
Yangwu was exploded bv a tori!.lo kM.t
it llred a broadside nt tho French
torpedo boat. The holier f
the latter was exploded hv
hand-grenades, thrown from tho Vnmnv i.
after which tho boat Win Nil nli- liu flu.
Volta tonrevent Its bolnL'ennt.in-,i i,v ti.
Chlucso. Tlu French exoected to n'. eii.
py tho heights commanding tho Pu-j n).i
anehoraiie. It Is reported that Miem ,nu
75,000 Chinese troons tu tlxi vidnitu .,f
UHNKK.U. liUKIiON ATTaCKKI,
Caiiid, Kiivn, Amrust 27. Ni
c-elved hero to tho effect that a largo
force of rebels attacked Cenenil Cot
don's position at Khai toum on tho 11 th
lust., and after severe ilolitinn u.r..
driven back with hem y loss, two ol the
rebel leaders being killed.
I OXSTAXTI.WI.R. AU!rust27.Tlin I'n.
lr corctury for Forehru Affair u do.
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milieu ai ino paiaeo on tho accusation
oi navtufl recently iiuk.Io hedltloo
KINil Ill'MllKl! 1' AM lllliCIIM K.IiA.
Ti us, August 27. King Humbert and
Pi lino Minister Depretia arrived yester
day at Ilriscu, a city of about 10,000 per
sons, In tho province of Cuneo, Pied
mont. They visited eho'era patients ut
hospitals, anil left 82,00) for relief of the
sufferers. Ituilan peasants ln cholera
districts repel the doctors and prefer to
trust in cnarins ntxl superstitions. At
Bilsca a flrl was dying In a 11 thy room
In which two sheep wero feeding from
a nnsty tiougn. Thu sheep were ullowud
there because of tho belief their wool
would absorb the disease. Thu peasants
arc strong believers Iu the powerful ef
llcacy of processions. A serious tumult
occurred yesterday at Lucca because the
Prefect prohibited a procession. It was
necessary to call out the military to quell
tho disturbance and reveraluf tho rioters
ADMlllAI. CO! ItllKl's lll.l'onr.
Pakim, August 27. Tho nlllela report
of thu bombardment ot l'o i ci, ,w ot,
Saturday, as received from Admiral (Jour
bet, is as follows :
"Foo enow. Sunday Morning, August
2 A good beginning has been made.
We opened tiro yesterday, and In four
hours nine Chlucso men-of-war and twelve
Junks wero sunk, and the Km on
battery, commanding the battery
was silenced. I Mir loss Is slx killed
and twenty-seven wounded. The ilect
Hiiffered no scrloin damage- except that
the boiler of a torpedo boat hu,,t. Tlio
Chinese losses are heavy. i,ur,K UlC
night the l eet was beset by burning
w.ecks and hp. Torpedo cutters will
clear a loft ds away to-day; afterwards
we will bombard thu arsenal We sh i'l
not leave the river before the ai'th or jioih.
Ihe olhcers and men cro animated with
the greatest ardor.
IJeiinh, August 27. Tho. police yestcr
day raided houses of certain well-known
Anarchists in this city, and made several
arrests. They secured a stock of hlchlv
Inllamniiitoiy placards ready for postii,
The Swiss Government aunouiiees that
measures will bo taken to stria-cut's en
force tho law agalust Anarchists
Uundreda of Land Expior ra o0lu
Sr. 1.111'W, M., August 7.-Tlx) Un
ion Depot wus crowded hist ulght with
at least COO people seeking fir" agrlcul
turul land In tho West. Kvcry tram coin
lug from tho Fast has fcirgu nuniber of
unit explorers" and tho excitement oc
;usloned bv their nctiona was simply Im
mense. Fcurlngto miss tho train tho
"explorers" rushed around the platform
like mad. Tho Missouri Paeitle lioad
took three different sections of tho trav
elers at different times during tho even
ing, und all the other west-bound roads
:hiuo In for their part ol the trallle. Tho
main part of tho emigrants will settle In
New Youh, August HI Tlio new bimgo
Mlleo at tho Battery was bpeued thlrf
nornlng. Tho llrst vessel rrKrtod t
liitirantlno was tho .steamer St. Laurout.
Vuiong tho passengers reported to bo on
xmrd was Mllo. Alinco. Owing to tho
act that the St. Laurct bailed from
b'ranco, ixtra precaution against chol
.'ra were taken by tlio health ofll:ers.
WAsiiiMiroN, ). c, August -J7 John j
S. I.ancworth, deputy Comptroller of the I
('iiiTeiti y, has appointcil Henry .1. And-r- I
Hon receiver of tlie Fiist .Nitum il Kink '
ot AUnnii, N. V.
A Laboratory Burn't.
Ti:ov, N. V., Angus: 27. Tho Wluslovv
Laboratory of the Iienssalaer rolytechuU
Institute was burned this morning, l'rof.
Mason's inluerological collection and li
brary wero ruined. Loss, $lii,000.
Guarded to Prevent Lynching.
Bingham rns, N. V., August L'7.-Joii.
Die Tracy, who was shot by her rejected
suitor, Is still ullvc, though her chances
for recovery are slight. Indignation
agalust her would-bu murderer runs hl"h
and ho is well guarded in jail t j prevent
Sayhhook, Iu.., August 27. Sergeant
Bates, th llag-carrler and great Ameri
can crank, arrived home hero a few days
ngo from ono of his pilgrimages. II,) is
broken down In health and his largo
family are living in almost destitute cir
cumstances. m Another Bank Closed.
Xi:ma, ()., August 27. Tho Second
National Bank closed to-day. Two weeks
ago Cashier ,f. s. Ankcny was forced to
resign on account of undn specu'atiou.
lesterday there was a run and to day thu
bank did not open. It Is believed the
stockholders aro good for tho delieit.
Ni:w Yukk, August -.'7,-.Judge Waliuce
has rendered a decision in tho case of II.
H. Marlur versus Texas Pacillo Railroad,"
declaring that the company must pay In
terest In cash on Texas income bonds
for the years of t2 ai.d JNS l. Two
years' Interest on thu bonds amounts to
FroiBht Traina in Collialon.
NollTII Powxai., Vr., August L7.-.t
naif past three o'clo.-k this mornim; a
collision occurred on thuUoston, lloo:'ac
Tunnel i We.-tern liiilroad between !,vo
Ircl-ht trains, sinashin the pilot-, of
both engines and reekiiii; three ears.
Caused by carele.-siics.s ofa suitebmuo.
Another Bmtul Outratrn.
Cl.EVKUxi, (I , An-u.-t l'7.-A special
from l'redericksburej. n. etat,.8 tUat
uuother brutal outlay was commlited
yesterday o.i Miss laimy Thomas t!ic
belie of that city. J.ieob Urundlor, u
youn bavarian, made improper propo
eals to her, and w hen she tried to escape
seized her, threw her down, choked her
until sho became unconscious, and then
accomplished his purpose. 'J ho n!H U
terribly Injured, (iiuu Icr was captured
after belli;- wounded and is now in i t'il
closely guarded to prevent Ivuehlmj,.
Grain onrt rrovisiona.
WMlt.Nr-SDAV, AlJlifSTST, H-,
".'i iA ."iU.
w iik.yr-Mitii.c-n No. h..i, h
Coil.M-Weill,. I-; Nd. Z iiu.ve.l, 4-c;- (:,,.- v0.
2 wliiUi lliixe.l, f.H,'.4.jle.
OAis-iliuliei-: .,,. . s.cr.'mi.
llVK-Sieml.v; No. 2. .V'.-V.le,
TouACt'o-l-ii-iu; iujh; eoNi.iion to rioioo
fil.Uiiii.Oiii li.r; iii) -er I;-,,,.
ru.m): iiieiiium lo co.ni t i.ui jil7.iii).
H AV-l'muin i prlmo fehoUv,
new; ciover ini.xe.l. f. ,,i) ),,r ,., U)
prune: choice new Uinotby, tll.inXiL' U)- lim
ey. l3.uoi','.;i.:iii. ' '
Hun Kii-ririner: eliolecto tnney n-eamerr
aiMi dairy, eliuiev lo luney, HViliToi low
I'liiOS -Active; iiesli stoi-k, i;y. i0 ner
doen. - ' '
i;oTAri.Ks-( u ,t. fli HTSWin rerliul.el.
1'oiia Me ulyi new mess, flii.ui.
Laud l,Hil. l ; iirlui'i strain. 7s.'-7'4e
Clear ril)S. II Ve, nil pii. Ke l.
Wool. Tul)-wii-.hirl. ele no, ;.;(ie: fnir
27(J.ic; ilnuv mi l low :r.ri.M. fmv.i-h.-Cliolco
ine lium, ::l iy:.Ur, uw iivci-iu m,- ),
l:i-Mo; neleel,,-i ,1-nt line .h,(, v:
eiaifn, i !.I7o; heuvy 11 liie: eo nii.u
wo x, L'l t!-J..-; conibiief, loiv u-iaici. in '.
Hiocs ljuiel; dry linn. n:i: datinim-i'
Mc: nulls or Man. ije; dry suit'l'
lo: dry Balti-.!. dinnii.' t, I )o: ku h i I
cair, 8 iit "l. soi da ini.'i' l, o-4f.j 1,111,9 a'l I
si iiifs, ti'it-, groun, uiieuru.i, 7;je; dam uel
tillKKf I'KI.TS-W...llt; (rro-n. t.lM-i-; 4y
flu, 4H-C7fi!., IIS to auiO'llltHU.t ,un;ly; Wr, ,,.
irieeil Blieiulln-l, I. C'jD :; dry lyljo';
creel) luiui) tkllid, SniiKi.
Wheat-Itl-.-lier; No. 2 lie , HeiHem1.. r:
tm',e; Det-.tM-i-. !le; Nov, in.'ier, IMS J)i
eeintii r, .Junuiny, lis-,; May. ifl.111. '
COiiN-llcirlK'i-; S-pt.'in!)fr, iii'je; 1. 1 li r
( iatm I'li'inei-; AiiL'iiit,
'i I 3ii c : el ol er, . : ; .N o . e 1 11 1 ie r, ;l I
her. Ill He.
, 1-0 cm-
I II If MM.
W'HKAT tlithei-; Scpti'tntier. 7H'i,e: I et ,lier
lifSrcsl e; Nun m x-r, ,Kive; 1J nil, ,.'
Ciiii.n lll'.'ln-r; Ai:'U t, Se,teiiilier
R-Miie; Delolnw, .'rfi'vie; No,enil,er. i,e:
year, 1:J '; May, I'i'jo. '
DA I'S t il lllec; A nvii-l, M i,,e; Sel.tcinli .r
:',v. Het4)l.er. iMSe; y.-.rt 3T.'4e.; M;iy, laie '
roint Sic n ly Auj'i-l, ;i..V); y. iir
V7'i; .limitary, f l.'.'7;. '
I.Aiin l-'n iih-i ; Aiiust. 7.rpil: Sen e nU p
7.:0; (Mol,e,-,f;,i.); .Nov ..,!,,., '?v. i' s.' '
SlIciUT llili:-' September, inie OetolM r
Llvo Etoek JHarkot
ItoOil-ltet'clpH, :,(Ml; talr v netive; W.t!K,
lilKlier lor food lo cleneo li.-,iy ios
Hirlit, ?.').7.ii0'l.'iii; roiiL'h pneklmr, -,.-j)W, m
heavy p.iekinj- and. f lilpplie, M.ir, n; if,'
t'Arii.K-lte.-cipl-i, ti.t'iu; hilsli and linn;
exports at H.;H'6 l.'i; irood to choice at fuiOii
li.lo; common lo la!r, l.unr.i,', nil; Tvtans
SithKf ItiKidpts a.UM; wo-ili and lower
(x 111 mm to moii-1 rl.'.ik
Cviti.h - M!it- rtleiidvt fuSr deiiii-i.t-ttaht
Ufr. iiliMl Initehers, .-,
4.lif.; stoeKer-i. f :I.."h.t.i.iii.
Sio ia'-Marki t eo-i. r; n,t iinotalilv lower;
eonittio-l to Intr, :l.(:.i,'i; to ehoi'e- .l 75
fM.IU; tew ie,y 1 t,ii -i.( at fi.vi; We t.in
luuili--'. a s.V.M. ;il; ( itnndii hinilis, f ;Vl .t 7.V,
lino.- Mnckel dull , iud loner lor sii'inncr
o';: iroi.il i ra le- siceh ; uno.1 Mield uu
1111 1 i ra s-i'if I.kj-,.:j,-,; ,.,) ,,, f li v,irK.
vr ( i..i.V,iii.l'i; 11 iiiituiier ol loads n oonimon
Mo k lite old.
C ITTI.K - lt Iptrt, 7:,i u,; KtfJldv
tliltlve St.KTl to Uiil) pouii.U nveiiiL.'n
f:Vdi.0l.:il; do arm to 1 .m pounds avenue
f I.siki'.m.:!; pp-Rkers and feelers, f.iwHri"
cows, JU'.ilO'lH.fill; irnun 'I'e.xiH hIivm, f l.ii 7r, '
Hi)(is-lleeeiils, .I.IMI; stiuneer; eloslnir
iHiilier; lots ii to lift; imiiii.ls uvciime ut
r.s,t.i: mainly ut tVlUijil.m.
HtiKia--ii..ptts 4KI iH-mlisfMHly uiki mi-
MoiKiy hfkl Btoek mrUet.
Ni:iv YoiiK, Amri'm :7. Slock lir.oilnr
ii. wMk..i,vll,un 1, lo hmI,.c 9
I110 to unliivoin'i!!' 1 p.r, (i , nlnu-tho
trunk line n .,. 1111 coal e I, n lt , tl.
.rreuieiir. tin k-dioine. I'.i ,,,h ;, hMicr
.nl aivii.iced n I., .!, cov.'M. ,i-i e.m.
Ir.ielM. ThixM.., 101 i : I , -, 11.,,: p, k(. v
WM. M. DAVI DSON,
STOVES, -:- BANGJSS, -:- TIN,
Japanned JSerlhi and Aato Ware,
liinl Cages, Biith Tubs, Water Coolers & In; VMn Freezers.
AajMit for Ailuma & Wcsfluko Oil. (iasoline and Cas stoveH, lidioit
Sale to., Ham. Km Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, WalKinjr C,,l tivutori.
l inn Sim lai.n 10.,.,t.... Vt !.'(.. uiumwin,
. . . ... .n.,.-., iiwiiriB, J. ic, rue.
A1 os. 27 &
l iJiM.a'iioN j: no. :jo.
l-.-uloi-s iii .Low I-riees.
M KN'S & HOYS'
wi-j i jrrs
V X 11 1 1 J
i i i
I'M ('ommeicial Avenue,
N'lfr.es in t'iK co!.t!imtr!! lines or le-
'! .T'.l'l!! or J'..H e-r We-jl;,
New lIulllKS.'U'lr-' .t:lrl-.il... rr.M f ,..
to'y, lint j.ru-cfV,f.ir',. K. A. ifurLelt
Iliiyil'.i k j iniji .-fti f -irr.-v. lift pri'e II"
K.l J'tli, lor J VI. Inip:ire i f IC A liufim!
Iln.uloik l'i:aet.in, new. Ii-t iirice .ii, lor Jl !'..
Ii ipi'.ri! of t. A. ll-on. tt. liiilli-tia (eliro.
ri'A I l.OKS WANTKI) - Two iouriK-vm.-ii-ii roat
M iniiLcf Mill! i m,.)-.. it,. I..... .. ,.
need u ply. K. I.I.HMm;, No Ii,' Chio I..". ,
C.iirn. I ilind h. mu'-ji. n
At Auction--Valuable Real Khtate
At '! Irot-t 'lour o: ti.v .-:rt 1! ) :s , In c'liro.
iii" , u' I' M , u,i
Wi-.liN!-;r,ji V :hu HAVhI OCTnillili, 1-I,
I Wl!i n!Tr f..r t I'.e liirlle t li'd.'er. Ihe t.il
io-.i,.', vvrY'lcIrnl.;.. pro;, iiy, viz: Uriels h m
Bid Ini :;.Imi f..it. Wii-nii ..'toil av.'inie, r.i'j'iiiiiii'
llruwery, liS.rl: Dwel.in" Iiiiui: m d !dm ..1.
ilHt.il';;.. hliirk IJ1I1 Hreet. Dweuitii; Iiouhh
tin u :im il ami r:. I'lui x. 7", l i-iiir.; HreiM I.nts
Juiiil:) hiock I'i, 1 rl udiiiilon, l'nplar dtrei-t; lot
II, hiock l. Ut ailditiot:. inar thu Ni-w Vorn more;
lot hloik '.l, ICtll Htreet,
Tien ill very i;u-iriiblu prop-city, fltuatod in thu
hiifiuuHS ci-Ltrcii of tin- city, utuj now that It I cer
tain Cairo will HtJt-i-uily necnn.u a t'reat riiilruS'l
and cumiucrrl d ci'y, preirT.tn an oppoi tiaity for
Inveicm.-iit not likely to otcur ii:n.
TI-IItM S 1 oieh, lml. ami U month i c.nn:l
iMui ier ii-ni mumi, or i per etui oil tor C0i-n
l'or further liif.niimtion ii.ipiiro of
O. p. I'IDdKON
M J IIOA'l.KY, A Rent.
E. A. IHTlltfETT,
mM Job rnnter
78 Oliio I.oveo.
I'liPCS a('('01(lill!r tu Stvleiiinl Onalifv
of l'liper, special discount on lare
ui uers ;
I'KICK I'EIl SINOI.K 1.000
Letter Ileailri .fl 00 to 3 50
Bill llemis 2 7-j to ! 00
Note Ik ails.
2 50 to II 50
3 00 to 4 00
2 50 to :j 50
Packet Note Ilea'iii
Knvcloj.es (high cut C-.)
Envelopes (high cut Oi)...
Checks, Orders and Ueceiids
2 50 to 4 00
2 00 to 3 50
2 50 to 4 00
2 50 to U 50
(10 I took s) 3 50 to 1 50
n-'M'crs, all colors, (single
thousand) G x 'J 30
Uodgcru, 9 x 12 (single thou
sand) :i 00
Wedding Invitath ns 4 50 to 7 00
Kail Invitations 2 00 to 5 00
Kail Programmes 2 50 to 5 00
Posters, 12 x 13 .( sheet) 100 2 50
" " " 500 4 50
" 13 x 21 ()i blieet),
single 100 4 00
" 21 x oO (lull sheet). . C 00 per 100
" 28 x 42 (mammoth).. 'J 00 per K0
I'WIi.ith artilUioi ul 1 0 lfi pouters one 'n two
"o. t7ci-iuii ih.uo uii uj'ptieaouu tor ci'ioreu
Mauiifar.tnrer und Dealer in
Hth tit rem, between Com'l Ave. nml Levee.
CHOKE BOltINO A SPECIALTY
ALf. KINU8 OP AMUMTFON.
!ufn lteDulrcd, All Kinds ul Koy .Mado.
ok Tin' hi'man iioiiy km.ahuk.d. ikvi-i
flPl ll. STItllMi l'IIKM:!),- K.ie.. iHiin Inter-xtnm
li K i-n i -.-im-ii t l.iiiKriin in our nipi r. Inripl) t.ini
iiiin..H wo will whv I lint then. 1-4 no 11 id'.nr.Mif liiiiu?
V rv hiyhly t-iilur-i'il, IiiI.tT
iKiM""!' mis i mi in.- i-.inlrnry, thu advert iitk nrii
l-r-.ilis limy Ki t.
li"l c iri umr.. l-immlmi l.n -t 11-11 nr
- - CAIRO, ILL.
130 6c Com'l Avo.
. have it f'i!l rel complete line of
I.ineii (.ooils, r.iisfciN, Notions, Ktc
A heavy ntock nl llmly Hrmo:i, Tup. r
trie anil liiiirnln
A fill! R'orU n( ul. Clo'h, . I l.ee and -rlie.
All OdoUm r,t Jtottom I'imcom!
C. AY HENDERSON
No. lii Commerritil Ave.,
hnh' Ardent foi tlie f'ek-brj'.f tv'
Maiiulacturer anil Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Inn Work,
Hiiililirs' Hani ware anil Cat punter' Tool?, Tiih'c
ntxl l'or lent t'titkry, lmut in thu taarket. Humeri
l!rn.' l'lulcd Knlvi H. Korku iniii Spoonn, (iriuiltn
Iron Wiiru. Ilcriiti Marthunwaro. White Moiinliila
1-'rci-si-rii, Water CoolerH, Kufrierutor", (.Hot he
W rlinrorH, Crown Kmterc. Step I.aildurp, (larilen
linplemcntH, (ioldea Star Oil Stoves- bout In thu
woriil, I.ttinpH of every (Ii-irl.tloii. Kltln Oil.
(.'iirjiit Swuet-erp, V, nther DtiHierx. llroomn. Win
"low Screen W're Cloth, Full (tipply ot Fioh'iiK
Thu ahovu it rnrlt bottom prlcen.
Cnrner 1.1th and Commercial Avunae, Cairo, 111.
telephone No. IU.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(SuccosHcr to Chim. T. Ncwlaml anil
Plumber. Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. fcuth anil Elo
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Ddvu Well Force und Lift liim db farnlnh
put up. Aijunt for thu C'ctubrmoil
"J5UCKEYE F0BCE PUMI"'
tilt. ht.Mt tllimtk ftui.m I .1 T .
Ti l v iiiTi nioii. new uiib r ixtnrf B
iirnihi!d to order. Old KixtnrcB repaired and
lirJohhltifj promptly attended to 31ti
N"EW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THIS CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Ninctnonth street I