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THE iAN,Y 'AIU lmJ,KI'iNj WEDNESDAY MokNING, KKPTEMRER 8 1884.
Noiteen In thlP rolumn mrea lines or low 4cfiit
KxK Hi I K.
New Home SowtiK Mc Ino r.uht from the fur
ton, in price tan ft" ' K. A. Burnett,
Hani 'fk Jump-aost urr-v, llt price M, new,
job, furlM Inquire of K. A. Hurm-a.
lUjiiork l'liaotnn, new. lit nrlre f, for fU".
Inquire 01 . n. uururu, nuinuu khub.
JOR RiNT That niu' riimatmcw property comht
)olbrok Atiou uil rd rttrout. known thti
CuhirUce. Kant low to eood tenmit. Alao llm
tori room mid haaement on Levee at., lii'low Htb
l., recently uccupit-d by a. B. Thl-tluw.iod fit ln,
M, J. 1Iwi.t, Am-iii.
At Auctiou Valuable Real Estate
Al ttaa front door of the Cttirt Houso, In Cairo,
Ilia., at SI'. M.,id
WEDNESDAY tho Ut DAY of OCTOHEII, ltW,
I will offrr fur tale to the talhct bldilrr, the fol
Jjwlnj, very desirable propBrly, vli: lltlckh r.no
Vnd lotSHilOO feet. VYatblnglou avenue, adjoining
Hrewnrv, bluck H6. DwoIIIiik hounu anil iota H3,
At and 35, block HO, tilth atreet Dwulllnir hoiloe
and lot 81 and 32. block TO, Conlro tret. Lola
t and 8. block 411, lt addition, Poplar atreet; lot
14, block IN, lt addition, near the New York store;
lot mock ), l'Jtli alreut,
Thialtverf desirable nropeity, situated In tbo
hiilni eniilrea of the cltv. and now Unit It la cer
tain Cairo will epcurilly become a great rallroail
and commercial city, preaenls an oppoitutilty for
Itely to occur airjitn.
TKKMS 4 CBih, bal.Sand U inontbp secured
with 8 per cent intorcit. or S tier cent olT lor cash
For further Information Inquire of
it. a. riiHJuua.
M. J. noWLKY, Agent.
Benefit of the Presbyterian Church,
At tho itutldenco of Mr. Henry Well,
Thursday Evening, Sept. 4t.li.
The Public are cordially invito).
Admission 25 Cents.
UKNERAh LOCAL ITEMS
Judge Washburn, of Williamson
county, was at the Halluiay yesterday.
--Fresh Oysters at Joo Steaala's saloon
and restaurant, corner 8ixth and commer
Aldermen Faticr and Lancaster return
ed from the north Monday and were on
duty at the council chamber last niht.
- Illinois Central trains were nil late sev
eral hours yesterday, because ol tho wreck
of a freight train near Champaign.
Alderman McIIale's (lauy.hter left yes
terday afternoon for Notre name, to com
plete Iter studies.
Mrs. Sol Silver and sister-in-law left
on tho Illinois Central yesterday for Louis
ville, to attend the ('(position.
Mr. Samuel Burger returned yesterday
I rum New Yotk and other eastern cities
A largo stock of goods is coming after.
Mrs. W. L. Bristol will leave to-day
for a short stay at Bristol Station, Wis
Mr. B.'s vld homo before locating here.
Her two youngest koiib will accompany her.
Steamer Ella Kimbroiih will leavo
St. Louig for Memphis and all way land
ing on Saturday, Sept. 0, ami arrive at
Cairo Monday morning. tf
Master Mechanic Kennedy, of the Illi
nois Central, says the incline at Ivist Cairo
will probably be finished in two week,
after which Borne work will be done on tho
Texas & St. Louis incline at Bird's Point.
Tho Mobile & Ohio company has a
dirt train and torcu of men at work raising
tho track at Eist C.iiro still higher. Tho
company is taking timo by tho forelock, so
as to get ahead of the next flood.
Father Kearney will leava on the City
of Helena this evening (ltd) for Cape Girar
deau, with a number of young men for tha
college, and some young ladies for the acad
emy. An excursion of three hundred or
more people is expected to come down from
Paducah and an additional hundred from
Mound City, to attend the match camo of
baso ball to be played between the Eck
ford's and the Cairo club next Sunday.
Miss Amelia Dugac, daughter of Capt.
0. M. Dugan, superintendant of telegra
phy on the Illinois Central railroad at
Jackson, Tenn., arrived in the city yester
day to make a brief visit to her frier.de,
Misses Phyllis and Katie Howard.
Several days ago Capt. Thomas wrote
to the postmaster at Cobden that he was
still lingering at Saratoga, "listening to the
sad, sweet murmurings of sea waves." The
Capt is taotalizingly indifferent to the loud
calls of bis party managers to como home
and go to work.
Civil Engineer Charles Thrupp yester
day laid off the lets for Mr. Wm. Oehler
and Mr. Wm. Webber, on Commercial av
enue, the former above Eighth Street, the
latter below Sixth. Both lots will now
soon be occupied by substantial brick
Mr. W. B. Pettis left yesterday after
noon for the east. He will go to his old
home in Virginia first, where his family
now is, and will remain a week or two,
From there he will o to Baltimore to pur
chase a stock of canned goods, and on his
return will stop at Cincinnati to lay in a
stock of general groceries.
. ( , The negro who stolo Mr. A. J. Carle's
' chickens Saturday night was brought out
yesterday for examination. - lie gave his
f name as John Williams. lie had stolen
in all about twenty chickens, most of which
he had told to some of bis colored friends.
Judge Robinson bound him over in the
sum of $200 to answer the charge of bur
lary at tbe next term of the circuit court.
tarter Harrison began a series of thir
teen engagements on Wednesday at Batavia.
He spoke at Chicago on tho 28th. He will
addrfKH the public at tho Transit holt',
stock y-.rdf, August audi; Lincoln, Sep em
ber 3 l;Pnntihe.3d; l'u!lman,4ili; Mendota,
5th;Galnna, Oth ; I). CKtur, Oth ; Mt. Pulaski,
10th i Centra'ia, 12th; Kilinirlmm, 1 3th, and
xington, 14'h, The Harrison special enr
will not be stiir'e I out before October 1st.
-Two bundles of green corn wero lying
at the Illinois Central passenger depot yes
terday, directed to C'arhomlitle, to be exhib
ited at the fair. The stalks were from ten
to twelve feet long, from tho roots to tho
tips. A card attached to them stated that
they wero from tho farm of James Stewart,
in New Madrid county, Mo., near tho Tex
as and St. Lou'ib railroad, and that tho esti
mated yield would be sixty-Ove bushels to
Mr. Ed. I)i z inia will leavo to-day fr
Murphysboro, to take up his permanent res
idence there, as earner of the new bank.
His departure will create a vacancy in the
largo circle of his friends here, that will al
ways bo kept open for him. Tho good
wishes of tho community will follow him
to his now home, and lie will carry with
him the full confidence of all, in his entire
fitness for tne responsible position ho is to
Hon. F. E. Albright opened the cam
paign in Mound City Monday under en
couraging atupiccs. Besides the largo
crowd that escorted him up there from
here, there was a largo audience in wailing
for him at Mound City. Tho enthusiasm
was great and continued, and Mr. Albright
made a strong speech, comprising a happy
mingling of argument, facts, wit and ex
hortation. Capt. Thomas Wilson, of this
city, was also present, and inado a few
pointed remarks upon the subject of the
Stato Board of Equalization, of which lie
will be made a member in November.
Tho Congressional central committee
hss made tho following appointments fur
llon.F. E. Albright: In Pulaski county,
Villa Kidgo, September 2d, 7 p. tn.; Puhs
ki station, y 1, 7 p. in.; Olmstead, 4th, 71 a.
ni.; New drnml Chain, 4th, 7 p.m.; We
tauiz, 5th, 7 p, m.; Ullin, C'li, day and
night, Judges Birr and Allen to bo
present. Alexander county, Elco, Seplem
ber 10th, all day at a picnic; Clear Creek,
11th, 2 p. in.; East Cape Girardeau, llth,
7 p. m., Thebes, 12th, 2 p.
Park, lllih, barbecue, at which (leneral J.
C. Black and Judge Allen will also bo
The October number of Tiik Sicaom
has come to hand, and contains a luilliitnt
display of leading styles in ilnsses for la
dies and children with useful and timely
hints. Among tho plates are fashions a
hundred years ago, both gentleman and
lvlys. Ilnnvjiiii peasants, malo ami fe
male; new styles of ladies wearing appar
rel, anil chart with full explanations. Tim
Season is (ho best Journal of tho kind pub
lished, nn 1 is devoted entirely to the fash
ions, no reading matter except explanations
and descriptions therefore it is superior
in every department. Tho October num
ber contains 15S illustrations of dress and
needle work, 2!1 fl it paper patterns, and 10
embroidery designs A brilliant maga
zine. Recently a young lady of Anna, Ills.,
Miss Amy R. Kirkpatrick, has come be
fore the public quite prominently as an ar
tist. A picture of hers having found its
way into au art institution at Chicago, was
made the subject of very favorable com
ment by the art critics representing some
of the leading journals, among them tho St.
Louis Globe Democrat. The following is
from the art column of tho World Maga
zine, published at Chicago, in its issue for
this month, after presenting a wood cut of
the picture which represents a girl on the
beech watchiug a departing ship: "It is
painted on a 24x30 cauvns. There is a
charm about Miss Kirkpatrick's work rare
ly attained even by our best artists. While
there is much that is almost imaginary, or
seemingly exaggerated, in l.er vision of
beat.ty in portraying nature on canvass, sho
nevertheless maintains, in most of her ex
amples, that conservative adherence t tho
realistic which almost, if not fully rescues
her freedom in treatment from well found
ed criticism. In painting still water, with
its manifold reflections and gradations of
shadows, sho is seldom surpassed, while
her many little gems in landscape, cattle,
figure painting, have already won a popu
larity that bespeaks for her an enviablo art
Old Deacon Dobson boasted that lie was
always "prepared for the worst," and so he
was, for lia always kept Dr. Bull's Cou"h
Syrup in the house, regarding it tho only
sale remedy tor coughs and colds.
Stages of the Itiver.
Itiver marked by the gaugo at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 10 feet (
Inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot S inches.
Chattanooga, Sept. 2. River 2 feet 8
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Sep). 2. Rive'- 4 feet 8
inches and falling.
Louisville, Sept. 2. River 3 foot 4
inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept, 2. River 1 ft 5 inch
Pittsburg, 8ept. 2. River 3 foot 5 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, Sept. 2. River 12 ft 7 indi
es and falling.
Moxloan States Ovorrun With a
Largo and Woll Armod Band
Thoir Bold and Persistent Depredations
rrovokos tho Authorities to Take
the Matter in Hand.
An Engagement and Running Fight Two
of the Bandits Killed and Many
Villa Laiikoo, Duuancio, Max., Sep
tember 2. For three months paat alarms
band ol woll armed, well mouutod, and
well commanded robbers has Infested
what la known as tho Laguua country,
comprising a portion of tho States ot
Coahulla,ChUiuahua, and Duraiigo. Their
robberies, cattle tholls, arsons, rapes and
murders had become ol dally occurence.
Some two weeks ago the State authorities
toot the matter In lutud, put a large lore
of rangers In tho Hold aud persistently
hunted the robbers down. They were
exceedingly dllllcult to come up with, as
their haunts were lu a section ot couutry
thickly crowded with dense swamps,
lakes mu1 lagoons.
On Sunday a baud of rangers, number
ing eighteen, surprised the main troop of
bandlUt, numbering thirty, who at once'
itook to the uudergrowth and opened lire.
After an engagement of some duration,
with no casualties, the bandits lied, aud
a running fight ensued, In which two of
tho robbers wore killed and several
woundod. One of tho rangers was badly
hurt. Tho bandits lost many hurtes
and sojiio pack-mures with provisions.
Ono of their dead Is said to bo Juan Her
waya, tho Captain ol tho band. Tho
rangers are still lu pursuit.
A DAJn'OKKOUS ilKUTlI.
Uneasy Lies the Town That Bleeps Ovoi
Cinclnnati, O., September 2. A
ppcclal to the Enniny 1'ont from Nelson
vllle, Ohio, says: "Governor lloadly'a
speech hero yesterday had a good out
ward effect, but tho town sleeps over n
magazine. Last night word came to W.
N. Brooks, Vice-President of tho Colurm
bus Coal Exchange, that a false alarm ol
lire would bo turned In during the night,
and the meu about the building werd
warned not to follow it up. Ten
minutes later a man rushed around
tho comer near Block's otllce, crylngt
"Flro." There was a great rush of vil
lage, but tuc operators aud employe!
remained housed. Shortly word was
passed that It was a false alarm. It timid
out, however, this morulug that the house
ol Jno. Moor Held caught lire In tho bu-se
incut, but was extinguished by neighbors,
Moorlleld Is welgbmaster at Johnsod
Bro.'s Mine, and is obnoxious to th(
miners. The (lro is alleged to have beet
started to gel out tho operators and "d
them up." Thrco moro companies ol
luilltta arrived last night.
Their Introduction Likely to Caust
riTTSntliGir, Pa., Septoraber 2. An
element of excitement was added to the
strike of coal miners lu the river district
to-day by the arrival of a largo party ol
llungurlaus who wero put to work hi
placo of the strikers lu tho Garllcld
mines. This Is the first Importation ot
Hungarian laborers into the Pittsburgh
districts. Tho strikers held a meeting
and decided to establish a camp near tho
Oartleld mines and compel tho Hungari
ans to live underground, or quit the dis
trict. Tho Introduction of Hungarians
at this time is regarded as unfortunate.'
Tho Sheriff arrived at Coal Center late
last cveuing. A special dispatch just re
ceived says: After consultation wltn
Deputy McBurncy tho Sheriff retired lor
the night. He refused to divulge his
plans for to-day.
K AIDING A NEGRO TOWN,
Wanton Assault Upon An Unoffending1
People One Man Killed.
Lexington, Ky., September 2. Mad-
doxtown, a few miles from here, Is in
habited almost entirely by colored peo
ple. Yesterday three colored residents
ol the town came here and swore out a
warrant lor tho arrest ol Marcus
McClaln, a white man, charging him with
being one ol clgnt or ten men w ho rawed
Maddoxtown and mortally wounded
Henry Nichols. Tho men say that at ten
o'clock last night tho gang attacked their
village, fired ten or fifteen shots into
some of the houses and retreated to a
field near by. An hour later they again
11 red and retreated as before, keeping up
these charges at Intervals of about an
hour until lour o'clock in the morning,
when they left for good, after firing more
than 100 shots Into various houses. In tho
charge they made at two o'clock one ol
tho gang shot Henry Nichols, Inflicting a
mortal wound. The men who came to
obtain tho warrant recognized McClain,
but did not know the others. They stato
that several such attacks have been made
upoa the town since the late election,
when a number of the colored men thero
voted the Democratic ticket.
Collecting' Bonded Debts by Imprison
Jefferson City, Mo., September 1.
In tho United States Circuit Court this
morning In the case of tbe United States,
ex. rel. Winters, vs. tho Lafayette County
Court, an order was made Imposing a
fino of ten dollars and cost on tho County
Clerk, W. B. Steel, lor refusing tocxtend
certain taxes levied In 1876 upon the tax
books of 1884 In accordance with an or
der of the court made last November.
The attorney for the relator, Thomas K.
Skinkcr, official reporter ot the Supreme
Court, asked In his petition that Steel be
fined 500 and sent to the County Jatl at
St. Louis uniil tbe fino was paid.
In the case of Cochrane Fleming,
another one of the numerous troublesome
bond cases from Lafayette County, In
which Judge Harrison, one ol the Judges
of the County Conn has been construc
tively held In jail for over a year for re
fusing to make a certain levy, and wtio
Is now at home on a 1 utloogh, mining
for collector, an order of attachment was
made, lor the purpose of putting htn In
closer confinement. He will only be
allowed the liberty ol the Jail yard and
to go to his store,
TO liE DISMISSED.
I.o.n io.n, September 1. A dispatch
lrom Hong Kong to-day says It Is ru
mored that LI Hung Chang, Viceroy ol
l'etchal, who negotiated tlio treaty at
Tien Tain, Is to be dismissed.
MAbiui, September 2. Thtro is much
alarm hero over the outbreak of cholera
within the I'rovlnce of Allcauto. At No
velda sixteen cases and five deaths are
reported. A sanitary cordon has been
established about tho town.
TiUL GL1 Will UOtttiK.
Beullv, September 2. Notwlthstaud
log tho alleged feebleness ol Emperor
William, he sustained tho fatigues of the
maneuvers at Potsdam to-day well, lie
rode along the lines on horseback erect
and llr.u, and seemed to color Into the
sptrlt of the celobratlou of the battlo ol
Sedan with Ids old military ardor.
Shot Dead with a Spjnt Ball.
Hohtox, Mass., September 2. Mrs.
Malvln A. Butler, aged twouty-four, of
Meridian street, East Boston, was shot
and lastantly kilted at her house by a
spent rifle-boll. About nlno o'clock this
morning, sho was standing near the
(,tovo cooking, when the ball camo
through an open window striking her on
tho kit breast. It la supposed It caused
hemorrhage, which, together with fright,
caused her death.
Bishop Fierce Dying.
Ki'.uiia, Ga., September 2. Bishop
Pierce, ol the M. E. Church, South, Is
not expected to live, his physicians hav
ing no hopes of his recovery Irom his Ill
ness, which has lasted several days. Tha
Bishop, who has been a sufferer from an
acuto dlscaso of tho throat, is unable to
swallow enough to keep him allvo.
A Cheerless Prospaot.
1'KTKitsnuitG, Va., September 2. All
the cotton factories In this vicinity havo
stopped work, throwing out a large
number of men, women and children,
mauy of whom are suffering lor the neces
saries of lifo. Application was made to
tho City Council lor a special appropria
tion for relief of tuc suiierers.
Died of His Injuries.
Dknvkii, Coi.., September 2. During
a raco at Jewell Park last Saturday be
twecu a Denver fijp company and tho Or
man Company from Pueblo, Joe Kettle,
man, a brother of the champion Anierl
cau sprinter, fell and was ruu over by the
hose wagon. Ho died ol his injuries
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 2, 18P4,
Cotton Stolid v: mlddlmir. I04 111 Va.
Floub Htraily: XXX. lo cuolco, K!.UJ.50;
WuitAT-Bleady: No. 2 Hod. BlViOSlJio;
No. u tied. 7.ji,7"iC.
Conn yU'tidy; No. 2 rulxod. 4S'ii48Uoi No.
3 while mixed, 4Syw0c.
OATS-Steudy: No. 2. S5OMo.
lira Firm; No. 2. rK35-'c.
Touacoo Kirin: tuirs; common to choice
fl.U0u410.UU; lea; common red leaf, UMiS
1U.W. medium to (rood J'.i.ujufl 17.0a
IUr Pruirm KUiottll.lW tor prlmo tocholco
new: otover tuned. JSiilU lor common to
prime: choice new timothy, 11.00(&12.0U; fan
Mdttkh Firmer: cnolceto tnncy creamery
20k4.'o: dairy, cuolco to tauuy, 1617a; low
Koas Active; fresh stock, 112' ',0 per
Potatoks Quiet, at a"i40a per bushel.
Pork Steady; new moss. jlS.2woKi.50.
LAUD Quiet; prime steam. IHWic.
iiACOH Lonirs, 11a: t-horts, 1U4UC
clear ribs, 11 "40, all pucked.
Wool Tub-washed, choioo. UOt&WHc: fair,
27WSUo; dingy ami low gfftiai. Unwashed
Choice medium, 'MVSc; (food avnrago medium
ll0c; selected uVht fino lH'iHo; gwil v.
erairo, 16utl7o; heavy 1410c: comblmr. "4
oioixi, 2122c: combing, low irrados. KWOlOa.
Hiuks Ouiot; dry iliuu, lil,c: damaged,
12Ho: Duns or stairs, 10c; dry suited,
12c: dry ulted. damaged, lilo: kip and
calf, suited. SHo; damagod, U'io; onus nod
slugs, Dc; green, uucurod, "iW, damaged,
Sukbp Pitrs Weak: groon. 75a85o; dry
do, 4(HT5oM as to amount and quality or wool;
green shearlings, ViQSio; dry do, lOiSlio;
green lamb skins, ZOWUo.
Wiikat Weaker; No. 2 Red, September,
VOlic; October, Kc; November, W'ic;
December, 98c; January, HTXe; May, $1.0.
Oobw Higher; BepUmibor, &i!te; October,
6IH0; November, flOHo.
Oats Steady; August, Xtiic; October,
32Xc; November, Stato.
WnEAT Lower; September, iUo; October,
BIHo; November, tBXc; Doceuiber. 84'4o;
Cobn Lower; September, 62c; October,
6OH0; November. 4.i?,c; year, iliic; May,
. Oats Steady; September, 2Mc; October,
26o; year, 2Hfc; May, aic.
Poaa Steady; September, $1!); October,
fl; year, $12.30.
Lard fxwcr; September, 17.4214; October,
$7.6254; November. 7.47'4.
i BtioKT Ribs September, $10.12; October,
Live Stock Markets.
HOOS Receipts, 8,600; good grades steady
And 6c higher; common lots slow; light,
J6.i8.B6; rough packing, $.5.904in.;i5; hoavy
pitoking and Bhippiog, ffi.40iitf.tMJ; grasscrs,
CATTt.a Receipts, 6,500; steady; exports,
$0.6037.06; good to choice, $G&6.tiO; common
to fair, $4,260)6.00.
Snaap Receipts, 1,600; weak; common to
Cattlb Market strong nnd highor; prlmo
to choice nutive shipping Bteers, fi.r0ifi.76;
good to choice at per, t6.Vit8.40; common to
'medium, W.fia4a.2S; common to choice stock
ers, $3.404.40; feo lers, 44.5.
Shkkp and La MRS Market dull and un
settled for sheep; medium to good, 3.foa
ii.75; extra, $i; Intnbs in fair demand; good
to choice, $5.20ut5.:ift for Canadas; Western,
tommon to prime, 80W.
1 Hooh Fair demand; good tn choice York
ers, $8.254.5U; butchers' grades. fl.60'tf6.a0
lor corn-fed ; good to choice, $6.255.75.
CATTUt Bocclptfl, .1,000; good natives
steady; grass Tcxans, 10o lower; native
steers, 1,200 to 1.600 pounds averare, $5.Oi'
S.30; do 960 to 1,100 pounds averago. ft.ROft
K.S0; Mockers and feeders, $3.6044.00; grass
Texas steers, $Uft8.fl0.
lloos Beoelpt. 3,000; firm and 10c higher;
lots of tot to .mi pounds averago at $6,760
6.26; mainly at $&06afl.20.
Smn Kecelpts, 400; steady; fair to good,
Honey and Stock Market
Naw Yo, Fcptomhcr 2. Money iWW) por
cent! commercial paper, 6S4M ; bar Mlver,
110: exnhango dull nf 4S44484 for short;
Governments stnady; l-'tatns quiet.; bonds
lower: stocks near midday advanced 'UX;
rra-ketlcas aotiw 8s M; 4Vs, 112; 4'a,
VM; J'aoiflo ff'a, 127. Stocks Irregular;
openod weak, but suWquent y udvanced H
to Hi later Northwrst reacted and beoame
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
wipv$r IjjIJ- a" Car
-Maiiuliictnrerij and Dealers in All Kinds cf-
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CAMHKS THE LMGE3T VARIETY OK
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Hags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil ami Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Itcpairingdonc on Short Notice in their
ces Leiore nurcnasii)'' eisewnere. 1110 largest
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIM,
Japanned ISerlin and .Agate Ware,
Diiil Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affont for Adams & Wostluke Oil. Gasoline and Gas w toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkinir Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
N(k 97 & Ki!:I"" stl'eet'
iNUb. Ol C 00, CAIIiO. 111.
TKI.EPIIOXK TO. O.
Leaders in Low !Prices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
SI 1 I H I S
136 Commercial Avenue, - - - . CAIRO, ILL.
130 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Iiinun Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ot Body Bruanels, Taper
trios aud Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Clo'.bs, all slzoa and prices.
All Cioodm at Bottom Prices!
Patrick T. HcAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee Commercial Ave.
OAIUO. i - ILL.
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AHKSON. Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Hank, HthSt.
(JTOood Stock and Trices Rcaaooablo.fiJ
1 2 1
Line of BusiuefS. Examine goods and pri
siock in tuo city ai i j j ujmmcrciai ave.
"rm. LAidwiu: & Co.
MHUiifacturer and Dealer In
Sliebojgan Mineral Springs Water,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Milwaukee Beer in kegs and bottles, a
Manufactory Corner 4th & Om'l
IAS. n. SMITH.
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(jrand Central Store.
NEW YORK STORF,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The LarKSst Variety Stock
ID Tfi CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSjE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I C'avf 111
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