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THE DAILY UA1U0 HULLK'i'iN; BaTURLUV MUKWlJNG, tiEPTEMBi!R 0 1884.-
Notices lu thlfcolnmnvreUneiorlt)ini8cenl
onelniortlon or H-W per weok.
MOK 8AT.K. Hivdock 1'hii-ton, new, lit price
E $M. for m.-luquir of K. A. Uilruett, Hullo-
FOK SAMC-Hydnr Jnmn-at jorrer. Hit price
t5. nw. ed Job, for f 150. Inquire of E. A.
FOK HAt.K. New Home SowlriR Machine right
i.r the factory, lut price W for fie, K. A.
TTiOR SALR. I offer for sale my grey hone "Den
J- mark tlye'eolO, guaranietu i unil, wuu
a blemlehiud goalie enough for I lady to drive.
tt ret'i old, guarantetd ai unit, without
r l lady to drive.
A. P. KIIIIOEIHH,
FOR RBNT CuM'l rendeiice property, . cor.
18 and Holbrook Ave. KineS ator, brick rol
denceoflO rooma, elegantly Anlrhed tn modern
atvle; barn, oulhoueca, etc. Lama yard with fruit
and atrawDcrnvi, Kent low to a co-id cimnt.
M. J.UOWLKV, Aent.
T?0H RKNT The larno, conmodlona atore room
J- and barenient on Leven at., bolow Wh at., re
celitly occupied by N. H. Thltlowood Si tiro.
M. J. Howlit, Agent.
At Auctiou Valuable Kcal Estate
At the front door of the Court Uouhii, In Cairo,
Jll., at XI'. M.,011
WEDNESDAY the let DAY of UCTODER, 1884,
I will odor for fate to the uluheit blildt-r, the fol
lowing, very dealrablo propiirly, via: Urlck bjne
aud lot 8-lxKJt) feet, Waihtiigton av
Brewery, block lW. Dwelling holm ami lole H3,
Atand&5, block 80, l'Jih itreet. Dwi'llini! botme
and lota SI and 82. block Til, Centra etreet. Loin
II and 8, block 411, 1nt addition, Poplar utroet; lot
14, block 1M, lit addition, near Ihu New York atorv;
lot 82, block 3), Ivitb alrout,
Thla la ver, dualrable property, altnated In the
bnalneoa centres of the clly, and now that It la cer
tain Cairo will speedily m-come a great railroad
and commercial city, prcHonle an oppoituully for
nvustment nouueiy to occur num.
TKKMS H cash, lial. 6 and l'i month! secured
with 8 per cent Intofcet. or 8 nor cunt otf tor cawh.
For further Information tuqu
U. fl. riDQKON.'l
M. J. noVU.KY, Agent.
(JENEKAL LOCAL ITEMS
Local on third page.
Fresh Oyittcrs at Joo Steagala's saloon
sad restaurant, corner tiixth and cotnnier
cial. : tf.
Miss Jcnnio Cbaso, formerly teacher
in our1 public schools, was at The Ilallidny
A fino lino of dress goods, of tlio latest
patterns aud at reasonable prices, at Gold-
stino & Roscnwatcr's. 4t
Mr; M. R. Kuoline is in the city again
having temporarily forsaken bis country
homo to resume bis duties in t he Opera
Carpets, mattings, oil cloths, mats,
etc., in great variety aud of tho latest
styles, at Goldstide & RoBonwater'a. 4t
Avery is back in our county jail. He
was not examined in Vienna tho other day,
because tho prosecution was not quite
A largo new stock of dry goods, no
tions, carpets, matting, etc., has just been
opened for public inspection at Qoldstino
& Roscnwater's. 4t
The Library fenco will bu put upin a
few days now. Messrs. Lancaster & Rico
have sent away for auotlier set of gates,
those sent not being ot tho size wanted.
Sanger Brothers, of Dallas, will givo
$3000 to fit up tho Texas Building as
soon as it is erected on the Exposition
grounds at New Orleans.
Misses Jennie and Maud Warwick,
who attended the teacher's institute in this
city this week, remain here on a brief visit
to friends. They wero formerly teachers in
our public schools, but are now employed
in like capacity at Thebes and East Capo
Mrs. Long, daughtor of ox-Uovernor
Call, of Florida, means to have a United
States flag of silk sent to the World's Ex
position. The silk is to bo derived from
Florida silk worms, and the flag, when
completed, will be an out and out home
Atlauta is the foremost of Southern
cities in her position at the World's Fair
at New Orleans. She will erect a special
building for her exhibits, Bixty-eight feet
wide and four hundred feot long. This will
give her 25,000 squaro feet of floor space
and she has an exhibit sufficient to fill the
Mr. E. B. Walker, of Union City; and
a well-known newspaper man, came up
yesterday and went trom hero via the T. &
St. L. R. R. to TexaB where ho will seek his
fortune, no is an able writer and will
utilize his talent in "writing up'1 the Texas
& St. Louis and the country through which
it passes, on his trip.
t Mr. Phillip Loaning has bought the
vacant lot just above Mr. Dan. Uartman's
store, with she intention of erecting a brick
business house thereon in the not distant
future. He bought the lot subject to a
lease held by the owner of the small house
that stands upon it now, and will probably
net build beforo the lease expires.
-Hon. Jno. W. Burton, Hon.F,E.Al
bright and Hon. W. W. Barr wero at The
nallulay yesterday. They had returned
from Pulaski county, where they had done
some good work for themselves and the De
mocracy. They left again in the afternoon
to continue the work in the same county
speaking last night at Wctaug. To-day
they will go to Ullin where there will be
free barbecue and pole raising, and where
they will be reinforced by Judge Allen,
Burglar entered the residence of Con
due tor Bates of the Mobile & Ohio road, on
. 11th, street, durirg Thursday night, and
carried off a quantity of clothing and other
personal effects, among which was a coat
belonging to Mr. narry Robbies. Mr
.T-tcji 13 4 family are gone north on a visit
g ul diJrlnsf their , absence Messrs. Geo
Chrlsman add Harry llobblns have been
aloeplng at the house to guard it. But tho
thieves took advantage of the watchers' at
souce, and got tho "boodle" safely away.
Entrance was gained through a broken
window by the aid of a step ladder. No
clew to the thieves had been found last
A negro named Bib Davis shot nnd
killed another negro named Bob Clark, at
Bird's Toint, about 10 o'clock last night.
Clark was a section hand on tho Iron
Mountain road. Tho sliootist came to this
city immediately after tho killing, but
managed to avoid arrest ami probably got
In Pulaski county the tight is growing
warm between tho Independents and the
Republican machine ot which Hon. Daniel
Hogan is thu "boss;" and indications nro
very favorable for a disastrous routing of
tho latter. Tho machino has carried things
with a high hand in Tulaskl county poli
tics for some years, and tho public senti
ment is now thoroughly aroused against if.
Pulaski county has experienced some of
the evils of mixing federal politics in local
elections, and has been tyranized over by
tho dominant party, until that party's
leaders constituted themselves the people's
masters, inciting and directing public af
fairs in many inrtances with a reckless dis
regard of tho public weal and of official in
tegrity. Now the people havo been awak
ened and they havo decided that tho ma
chino and tho bosses must go. So moto it
- Some of the boot-blacks need to bo
given a lesson again of some sort. Severul
of them induced a young man from the
country to indulge in tho luxury of a
"shine," yesterday promising to do tho job
for 10 cts., which is double thu usual price
each blacked ono shoo, and when they
finished, one of them gobbled tho dime
and then assisted the other In an attempt
to "bull doze" the unsophisticated victim
out of another payment for the ottier fel
low. They threatened to "lick" tho young
follow, aud overwhelmed him with verbal
abuse, and gathered up rocks with which to
enforce their demand; and they would
brobably have carried out their throats had
not a citizen interferred, which caused tho
young rascals to transfer their attention to
him, and they abused him roundly and
dared him out into the street to fight. This
is ono instance of many that, occur right
along, though few are so aggravated as
Hon. F. E. Albright has challenged
Capt. Jno. R. Thomas to a series of joint
discussions in this district. The challcngo
was handed to Capt. Thomas at The Ilalli
day yosterday, and it will probably not bo
Inns before he is heard from. There is a
strong feeling in his party against joiut
discussions, which may or may not bejduo
to a doubt of the Capt.'s ability to hold his
own in a vorbal bout with Mr. Albright.
But it is just possible that Capt. Thomas
will disregard this sentiment in his party,
ad will give Mr. Albright tho sought for
Satisfaction ; and If ho does, tho public will
bo treated to some very interesting enter
tainments. Capt. Thomas has expertenco
fcnd is a fair speaker; Mr. Albright is witty
nd well posted about matters political,
tnd has a bappy way of saying thiugs. Let
s have the contest.
The street railway company continues
to be sorely afflicted by the earth obstruct-
ODa.placed on the track at 10th and Twen
tieth streets. Passengers going up or down
bave to leave the cars and walk a block to
Continue tboir ride. This might have been
prevented if the contractors who have the
ob of filling Poplar street from Eighteenth
to Twentieth streets had filled Poplar first
and then filled the cross streets. They
Could have done this just as well as to fill
the cross street first, and then the public
and the street car company would not have
been discommoded.. And now it seems
that the obstruction is likely to remain for
sa indefinite length of time, for, although
the cross streets have been finished for
some time, there is yet no indication that
work will soon be commenced on Poplar
Street. Couldn't the gentlemen who havo
this matter in band just hustle around a bit
and correct this uncomfortable condition of
things aa speedily as possible?
Paducah Ncwb: Engineer Golay, is
mentioned some days since he would do,
is blasting a big rock out of the river just
opposite Brooklyn. The rock is just in
front of the mail landfng, but not in the
channel of the river. It is 11 feet high
and 2li feet of it now sticks up out of tho
water. All around it there is now 8 feet
of water, and room for the Gus Fowler to
run between it and the shore. Last winter
a hoop pole boat landed squarely on it
and some of the hoop poles on it yet. The
shape is oblong, and it is 150 long by 30
wide. Mj. Golay proposes to drill it full of
boles on top and around the sides of the
base, and, when ready, will touch off the
whole blast at once by electricity. It is
supposed to he a shell, with cravel and
and inside. Its contents are about 1,200
cubic yards. The channel in Canico's
Reach is down the Kentucky shore now,
and crooked, but it has good water in it
A party of about ten men commenced blast
ing out the rock at the Little Clain, be
tween here and Cairo, yesterday. They
were to bave commenced work on the
Geand Chain dyke to-day under superin-
tendency of Capt. Cole. Tho steamer Suc
cess carried 6own about 1,500 yards of
rock for the dyke yesterday.
Last of the lastingham.
Wrecking of n Large Immltfraut
Bhlp in Cook's Btralt, Off
Serious Apprehensions for tho Safety o'
an OverJuo Train From Bolgrade
Mou of tfoto as Passengnrs.
Bismarck's Bile The Don Indignani
Rcb;l Repulse at Suakim With
London", September C Advlcen from
New Zealand sluto that the lurgo emi
grant hlilp l.astliigliam, from Loudon for
Wellington, New Zealand, was wrecked
in Couk St It, on which Wellington is
Hltutited, and all on board except four
teen of thu crew were drowned,
1!ki.ouai)K, September 8. Much alarm
Is felt here oer a Hcrlous deteutlou ot
the Inaugural tralu ou thu new lino bo
tween Uulgrado uud Nlsch, which was
built for the purpose ot opening railway
communication betweeu the Balkan
Peninsula and Mscli. The distance is
only 130 miles, and nothing has been
heard of tho train for tun hours. The
Servian (Jovernmcnt Mlulsters, directors
ol the load and numbers of attaches ot
fort I nil GovcrnmmitM, together with
many prominent person, are ou board.
Tin: non-urrlval of tho tralu at Nlsch, at
which place It Is several hours overdue,
taken In connection with the wrecking of
the train ou Monday, ou which the King
and Queen of Servlu were to proceed to
Wiesbaden, caused grave fears that this
train has met with disaster
hihm uick'h iiii.u.
1'itANKFoitT, September 5. Tho llrst
train of German car tanks containing
llussluii petroleum, arrived yesterday at
Gi aadeiiez. on tho liusslan frontier. It Is
considered that this uew idea of traas
portatlon makes Kusslan petroleum
twonty-llvo cents cheaper per fifty kilos
than Amerlca i petroleum la tho Berlin
market, At I'.yalkuuen too pro
ptlctor of tho Caucasian pe
troleutu sDilnus have bought ten
acres situated Immediately ou the
railway and are erecting groat establish
ments. Two hundred car tanks of 000
barrels capacity are already In use
transporting petroleum to Germany
Americans here consider this significant
of thu Chancellor's policy to render Gcr
liKiu v absolutely Independent of all
American products, following, as It docs,
upon his attacks upon American pork and
TIIK DON INDIOVAST.
Madkid, September 5. The morning
papers uro very blttur In their denuncla
tiou ot French lutrlgues in Morocco, and
usscrt that, tho visit of M. lllondel, Sec
retary of the French legation at Tauglers,
and the Shereef of Wazan to Alnhamru,
has for Jts object the stirring up of rebel
lion, lu order to Induce the Sultan to con
sent to the rectlllcatlou of his eastern
frontiers. The object of France Is to
push tho French frontier lino to the Mo
luya Itiver aud Flgulg Oasis, thus giving
Franco a commanding position In thu
heart of Morocco aud ou the principal
caravan routes leading to Fez and the in
terior of Sahara. This scheme would be
a terrible blow to tho aspirations and In
terests of Spain lu Morocco, and the pa-
Dors call on thu Madrid Government to
protest against the action of M. Bloudel
In visiting the rebellious vitiligo ot Atn
Suakim, Septcmbor 5. Tho rebels at
tacked Kassala aud were repulsed with
AX I.NKKK1C1KNT NAVY.
Paris, September 5. Tho Journal Dei
Dibals Is publishing a series of articles'
in which tho French naval system Is sub-
ectcd to merciless criticism. Tho.
writer declares that the French fleet Is
totally lnclllclent for a great war.
Found a Mastodon's Skeleton.
Ckand Ranps, Mich., September 6.
In Alpine Township, nine miles north of
this city. Drs. W. II. Dreamhand and
Joel C. Parker yesterday exhumed the,
greater part of the skeleton of a masto-1
don, 12 1-2 feet lu height, tho largest
ever found, except ono by Prof. Warren,
aud the only remains of the kind discov
ered in the drift formation of
Western Michigan. It was found
In marshy ground by ditchers on
tho farm of Aaron Hills under
about two feet of vegctablo mould and in;
quicksand, permeatud by sprlug water.i
The largest rib found measures four fee t
and one tooth, enamel perfect, weighed'
three pounds mid ten and one-half ounces.
The exhumation Is by no means com-i
plcte, but will be pushed with vizor, and.
the skeleton restored and set up In Kent
Scicntillc Museum, tnis city.
What Are You Doing-, BoyaP
The Acting Chief Signal Officer states!
that, hit litia liidtltntnil Inin1iv aa trtl
whether members of the Grecly party are
really making unseemly exhibition of
themselves In dime museums, or whether)
they are lu a legitimate manner lecturing
nnd entertaining audiences. If the former
Is the case, their leave ot absence will be'
revoked, aud they will be ordered on
duly; olhcrwlso they will not be Inter-1
Nkw Yokk, September 5. State Attor
ncy-Geueral O'Brien has delivered an
opinion io which he holds that the stock-;
holders ot banks not issuing bank notes)
or paper credits intended to circulate
money, are not liable to toe creditors of
Marrying an Old Woman.
WAsnixoTOK, III., September 6..
Solomon Myers, aged seventy-alx, and
Mrs. Harriet Welple, aged eventy-nlaeJ
boih wealthy aud prominent resident ofj
mis piace, were marricu yesterday wa
ning. Kacn Das great-grandchildren.
lUt.Kimi, N. C, September 5. A de
structive tiro burned the two market
houses and a number ot sulall buildings
this morning. Loss, 900,000; partially
Sriu.NUFiKLii. III., September 5. The
miners at the Illckox, Sprlugtield and
Wilmington Coal Company's mine havo
gone on a strike for an increase of from
two aud one-null to three cents per bushel.
The neighboring mines are now paying
The Union Pacific
CiurAUo, lu.., September 6. A state
ment has been mude bore that the Union
Pacific Railroad Company contemplates
closing Its olllces In this city and St.
Louis, wtilcti Is taken as an ludlcutlou
that the Coinpuny proposes to a 'Mile by
the trlpurtile agreement.
Flight of a VanderbllU
New Yokk, September 5. The World
says thut Cornelius Vanderbllt, the
youngest son of William If. Vanderbllt,
has lost all his money In Wall street and
has fled to Europe, being unable to settle
several largo debts. He Inherited $5,000,
000 from his grandfather.
The Situation at Nelaonvllle.
Nklso.nvillk, ()., September 6. Ev
erything quiet hero to-day. A member
of the New Lexington Guards was acci
dentally shot through the hips lust nlgbt
by one of bis comrades, at their camp at
tho Longstrclh works. Quite u number
ot Imported negro miners left llumley
Run works this morning, claiming they
bad beeu Induced to come there by mis
Dynamite Ezploa on.
Vittshukoii, Pa., September 5. This
morning, while tho Pennsylvania Hall
way employes wero engaged In b astlng
a rock near the Union Depot for tho pur
pose of widening tho tracks, a prematuro
explosion of dynamite occurred, killing
Win. Campbell, one of the workmen, In
stantly, and completely wrecking Super
intendent Pitcalrn's private cur, which
was standing ou a side track. No one
else was Injured.
Uai.timouk, Mi , September 5. The
'.National Assoclatiou of Stationary En
gineers re-assembled " this morning,
President lleckerleg In the chair. A new
key to the cipher for the use of the mem
bers in all secret communications was
adopted. Severul new steam appliances
were prescuted for the inspection of tho
delegates. St. Louis was selected us tho
pluce of the next meeting, and the Asso
ciation adjourned. until the llrst Tuesday
In September, 1885.
Grnin and Provisions.
FItlDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1891.
Cotton 8 te arty; mtddliiiHr. M t)3ia.
FI.0UH Stoii'ly: XXX to clioioo, fi.uT -03.50;
Whkat-Weaker: No. z Ked, lOSWie;
No. 8 Ued, WtM'-io.
Corn HlKtier; No. 2 mixed, 4343li0! No.
i while mixed, WlU'ic
OATH-Steudy: No. z. SKlo.
Kyk Dull; No. 2. 50'iU.
Touacco Firm; iujrs: common to choice
td.UOi310.00: leur: common red lour, ft.frij
10.0U: medium to irooil !).0.tSI7.U0.
Hav Prulrie 8.0liiilUW lor in-tmo toolioloo
now: ciovor mixed. IMiSlU tor commuii to
prime: choloo new timothy, t ll.OOCalz.UU: fun-
ty. f l.'i.OIXrlKl.bO.
llOTTEil Firmer: clioiooto tunov nreamerv
'l'ii.:;o: dairy, choice to limey, ltti&IHe; low
koos Activui iresii stock, J-'aizj4o per
Potators Quiet, Rt R40o !er bushul.
PoitK Steady; new mess, 17.5OilH.U0.
Laud Quiet; prime Pleum. 7'ic.
UiinM ltti.u 1uvAilil7:nulit.rM 1 1 1.- iTf.1 1 3 ..
-.v. ... .i i . m,iv.,uiauui,iil,i4iViil,j
clour ribs, He, all packed.
wood Tno-wtvmou. choioe. vrc:uCo! ralr.
!72Uo: dtniry and low ZTxiSO. Unwashed
Choice medium, !il iifio; good average mcdiuiu
l4wx; soieeujd Hunt uue iMiimo; good av
erage, HkiOl 7o ; heavy 14 Wo: combing. '
oiood, ziwuo: combing, low grade. lUiAltij.
Uiokb ouiet: dry mm, lao: damagod.
K'Aai bulls or t.ta. 10c; dry suite I,
12o: dry salted, damagod. 10a: kip and
calf, saltod. ',o; damaged, ",c: buiiS an I
tags, 63io; groun, uiicurud, 7fto; damaged,
biikkp PE1.T9 wean: groon. TOcwao; dry
do, 40ii75o., as to amount and quality ot wool;
green shearlings, l.ri)u; dry do, lOiil.w:
green lamu kklns, zuu3uu.
Wiibat Weaker; No. 2 Ued. Senteinlior.
90io; October, Bl'tc; November, wjc;
December, 94lio; January, iw.'ic; February,
toils Higher; September. (H4c: October.
63'io; November, til ic; December, 57 4e.
oats Higher: Kentomlier. ic: uotouor.
82ftc; November, iWo.
Whkat Lower: September, 78to: October,
80!to; November, RMe; December. 83Hc.
UoitN Hlgner; September, M lie; October,
52o; Novomber. 4kj; year, 4Hc; May, 4e bid.
OATS SU-ady: September. 25Kc: October.
2(lo; year, Sdho; May, zwnc.
roiiK swauy; weptemoer, ikuomt,
fill; year, SUlki; Jim.ittry, f IZ.20.
Lako Weaker; Sop:ember,f7.37tf ; October,
$7.45; November, 7.4(l.
Shout Uiiis September, H0.15; October,
Live Stock Market.
Hoos Kocoiptu, 11,000; market quiet nnd
slow, Biiluo lower for heavy ami llil6c lower
for common rough lots; light, f;.5tK((tl.4U;
rough packing, .".(l.V.ni.i.'; heavy packing
and dhinplng, fC.:.'(iM.U5; grangers. fl.Zxd
Catti.r Hecelpta, (l,.00; Ft.'Mdy; exports,
$6.507.00; good to choice, l.KK&8.flu; com
mon to (air, f4.rn)u;',.nu; TexiuiS, at $3.4Ud$
Shkrp Hecolpts, SOU; etrong; common to
CattiIk Uooolpts.KIS; natives steady: Tex
ana cloaed Ao higher; exports, f0.U0i36.25;
good to choice shipping, r."iO ii.r.75; common
to fair, W.KW.8.i; fopdurs, 4,00O1.75; grass
Texas aUrg, $l.a"!i.4.ii0. "
Hoos-Hoeolpts, 4,tH; wea'tcr and 5ffi)10o
lower: low of K) to ;KI." pounds average
f6.mW.25; mainly. H.Uwl.lo.
Shkkp Hocelpts, ttiO; steady; lair to good,
Catti.r Unchange J; prime to oiioloe
native ahlpplng steers, UMtHllh; go ul to
choice ateert, o.H5re.40: common to medium,
ta.iUKi&'i.Z'i; common to choice stoekcrs, ID.4U
&4.40; fee lers, 4(i(,4..1. .
Biikkp AMi Lam itHUneliH nved; modi im
to good Hheep, :tHKi:i.75; extra, $ I; lambs
In fair demand' good to choice, t .&)iiefi.S5
lor ( anudas; Wentein, common to prime,
Hooa Unchnngo'l; fair detnind; corn
fed Yorknr.4, W.ilovr.il.10: Ohio and Mlchlgnr.s,
5.i4'a.8.ii0; good inodiums, ffl.5tKisiJ.70; gia-w,
f.'i.'.'iKifi.lf.; pigs, t i.tWi4.'ai.
Money and Stock Market.
Naw Vohk, FoptorntK'r 4. Money t per
corn.; exenane uiiii an i unenan feu; uoveru
moots uuiet; currency. 1-7 b'd: 4's.
oounona, I bid: 4'i'8, do., HIS Md. The
mi rket opened weakim l;tn early tratiBoetlons
prices doelliKnl f to ii In felling by room
UMlora. The market then In lined into dull-
Head, and from the nrKtonll until noon hardly
anything w(.r;hy of note t'-Hiiaiilred. About
noon the bull ellnue wont in mid bid Prices
up, and at the tiino of writlivx quotations
yiow an advance oi ! to a per crpv
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES,.-:- EAUGB8, -:- TE8,
Japanned Uorlin and .Agate "Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Flows, Chilled Plows, Walking- Cultivators,
torn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & . 33, oSSSk
TKl.KFIIONH: TO. JJO.
Leaders in Low Prices.
M UN'S A BOYS'
136 Commercial Aveiine,
WM. LUDWIG & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments GeneraUy,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
S0IE AGENTS FOR
Repairing done on Short Notice in their
ces Ldoro purchasing elsewhere. Tho largest
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete linn of
Linen Goods, Dusters, Motions, Etc.
A heavy Rtock of Body BraieelR, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A fall stock of Oil Clotbt, all sizes and prices.
All Uood at Bottom Prices!
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee ft Commercial Ave.
oa mo. ill
Kepairiuff neatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Urn. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent. ,, .,
Next Alexandtr Co. Bank, 8th St.
i-Oood Block and Frlcct RDkionable.l
! 8 J
- - CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers iu All Kinds of-
THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
""Win. Xiiidwisr &j Co.
Manufacturor and Dealer In '
v BIRCH BEER,
Sheboygan Mineral Springs Water,
. ALWAYS OS HAND.
Milwaukee Beer io kegs and bottles,
Manufactory Corner 4th & ConJ'l
IAS. B. SMITH.
Grand ! ; Central Store.
' " ETC.
NEW YORK STORF,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Tlie Lariat Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
0or. Nineteenth street) ' paiA Til
ConitnerclalAfennal WtirUj Lit