Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY OAUU) BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKJVING, SEPTEMBER 7 1884.
. . - -
N'otlcei In (Ui c oliiran turoe llue or ! :i cent!
OMlneertlon or 10U pr week.
t?OH SALK. Haydock 1'bnc-ton, nw. Imt price
T mn. forllstt.-liquire of K A ISnrncU, Bulle-
FOK SALE-Hydfick Jnmpict mrrey. list orlce
$.',, ni'W,gnd Jul), for JlM. Inquire of K. A.
J?OK SALE. -New Home Sewtne Mmhlno rlk'lit
from the factory, list price $Su fur f'K K. A.
i JOB SALE. I offer for tale for $165 my grey
hone "Denmark" 6 yeirt old, gnaranteed
. tinrl, wlthont blemlabaud gentle enough for a
lady to drive. A. P. tfniiioEuiK.
Ij'OK BR.ST-Cohrroidence property. e. cor.
: S and Holbrook Ave. Fine 3 atory brick reol
denceoflO ronmi, elegantly flnithed In modern
tvle; haru, outturn, etc. Large yard with fruit
and etrawberncs. Kent low to a (rood tenant.
M. J. UOWLKf, Aeent.
iUK RENT The laree, commodlnna More room
and basement on Lt vi'c tt.. below 8th at., re
cently occupied by .N. it. Thlitlewood Iiro.
M. J. IIowlit, Agent.
At Anction Valnahle Roal Estate
At the front door of the Ciurt noma, In Cairo.
1,1 , at iP. M , on
WKP.VKSIUYthe lt DAY of OCTOBER, 1S84,
I will ofler fur fale to the hinhtst bidder, the (ol
lowing, verv denirahle property, via: Hrlck hjr.ne
and lot 34I111 ft-et, Washington aveune, adjoining
Hrewerv. block 26 Dwelling houM and lola S3,
Jtand35. block lith atreet. Dwelling nonce
and lot SI and 33. block 7W, Centre atreet. Lota
it and 3. blocks, let addition, Poplar atreet; lot
14, block K lit addition, near the New York atore;
lot Mock 3J, 1-th atreet,
Thia la ver desirable property, altuated In the
bntioe cen'ree of the city, and Dow that it la cer
tain Cairo will apetdily ofcurae a great railroad
and commercial city, preaenta an oppoitunity for
invenment not likely lo occur a-ain.
TKRMS cash, bal. 6 and 12 niontha aeenred
i:b per Cent interest, or .1 per cent otf lor caah.
For further infutmatlon Inquire of
G. S. riDGEON.
M. J HOWLEY, Acenl.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
No service at the Episcopal church
to Jcy. Rector Davenport is away.
Fresh Oysters at Joe SteagitU's saloon
anJ restaurant, corner Sixth anJ commer
AceproDameJ Harper died on Tenth
street Friday niaht and was buried yester
day, at Urity.
New Plaid Dress Goods just received
Mr. R. H. Cunningham writes a friend
hat he is now in Philadelphia and will re
urn home about the 16th inst.
A fine line ot dress good?, of the latest
patterns and at reasonable price, at Gold
mine & Rosenwater's. 4t
Mr. (.'has. R. Stuart has got back to Chi
cago, where his family joined him yester
day, and they will all arrive in Cairo day
Carpets, mattinps, oil cloths, mats,
etc., in great variety and of the latest
ttylee, at Goldstide & Rusen water's. 4t
The foundation for Mr, R'.ctr's new
frame house on Gthst. is hid and the car
penters will commence putting up the
frame to-morrow. It will be a commodi
ous dwelling, 22x34 feet, two stories high.
"Lovely beyond expression,'' is the
verdict of all who have Been I lie new Dress
Plaids, just received at Stuart's.
Mr. Patrick Sullivan was in town a
day or two aj;o,nd set some of the sporting
men on the qui vive by stories about squir
rels at Sandusky,which he says are as thick
s fusts on a sunry evening. ine squir
rels had better hunt their holes end stay
there for a month or two.
A lare new stock of dry goods, no
tions, carpets, matting, etc., has just been
opened for public inspection at Goldstine
& Rosenwater's. 4t
iiir. nanes c ugnman is now river
editor of The Bulletin, and the public will
always find everything of interest concern
ing our large river traffic, in a column on
one of the inner pages.
I his morning, in the Methodist
church, the Holy Communion will he cele-
oratei. Io-night Rev. C. Nash will
preach. To-morrow night quarterly con
ference will be held in the lecture room.
Ladies who love handsome dresses
should call at Stuart's and see the beautiful
line of new Plaids he opened yesterday af
ternoon. . .
The young men who occupy the Bates
house request us to say that they are al
ways at home in the night time, tint the
thieves entered the house about nine
.o'clock in the afternoon, before they (the
young men) had returned from their daily
labors. We make the correction with
The autiual election of officers of the
Hibernian fire company takes place to
morrow evening. All members are re
iiueeiuu ,0 ue present. Jiy order of the
11 D. J. Foley, Sec
On and after Monday, Sept 8th, a
Pullman sleeping car will be attached to
the lion Mountain Texas exprets, leavin"
union ucpot, Cairo, at 10:30 p.m. daily.
This in ao important addition to the train
ami makes the route to all points in Texas,
Arkansas and the southwest, complete in
r Stuart has just opened aomo of the
handsomest things in Dregs pj.jj, mr
brought to Cairo.
Mr. Jdo. Hogati and his men have just
finished rilling the sidewalk space along
Washington avenue from Nineteenth to
Twentieth streets, along the south side of
Twentieth, between Washington and Pop
lar, and the south side of Twelfth from
Washington to Poplar. This filling has
been dono in .preparation for brick walks
that are to be laid there soon.
As ordered by lit. Kev. Bishop Baltes
in his recent pastoral letter, the Triduum,
or three days services in honor ot the na
tivity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, begun
last evening in both Catholic 'churches here
and will continue this evening and tof
Curran F. Redman, clerk on the wharf
boat, left last night on the Arkansas City
to make the round trio to St. Louis and
back. He was accompanied by Misses An
nie Riley and Lizzie Woods. The party
will nidtit Miss Mollie Rilcv at c Louis
and all return Wednesday night.
Capt. Thomas will make The Hallidny
in this city his headquarters during the
pending campaign. Being t widower,
with several children to take cure of, he
must accommodate himself to circuinstan
ces that will stTord proper care for hiniselt
and them, and this he could get nowhere
better than at the Halliday.
Capt. Thomas unhesitatingly accepts
the clm'lenge of Hon. F. E. All right, for
a series of joint discussions in this district.
It is left with the two central committees to
determine the times and places at which
the discussions shall take place. It is
probable the first will take place in this
city on the 15th.
At the regular monthly meeting of ihe
Board of Education, held yesterday after
noon, Miss Flora E. Prouty, of Jericho Cen
ter, Vt., was appointed teacher in the 11th
street primary school for next year. War
ren Wims was also appointed j initor of the
schools down town and Eli Morin janitor of
the upper schools.
A merchant tailor of Puducah, named
Wm. Robinson, was in the city Friday
night and got on a little spree, and while
wandering up the levee was atticked when
near Fourteenth street by two negroes, who
were in the act of robbing him, when Con
stable Ilaz Martin came upon them. The
officer caught one of the would-be robbers,
named Caleb Sherman, and jailed him.
Robinson did not lose anything,fortunately.
Capt. Hiram Hill arrived here yester
day from Evansville, where he was at work
on the wreck of the transfer steamer Bel
mont. He succeeded in getting out all the
bodies but one, a colored woman. The
boat will be turned over and raised. CVpt.
Hill also took out a barge of rock at Hen
derson, Ky., and will go from here to the
Narrow Gauge incline at Bird's Point Mon
day to examine it.
-Prof W. II. Brewer, of the Sheffield
Scientific School, suggests that the press
discourage the use of the word "cyclone" 89
expressive of something much more terri
ble in the way of a wind storm than a tor
nado, whereas the reverse is the case. He
says the tornado ha a narrow path and the
cyclone a wide one. He also states that
the wind storms which do so much dam
age in the west, are not cyclones at all,
though usually a part of one.
Mr. R. II. Haslam, alias '-Pony Bob,"
advance agent forBuflalo Bill's Wild West
Co., was in the city yesterday and called at
The Bulletin office to introduce him
self. Mr. Haslem is quite a character.
Ilis name is connected with several of the
important events in our country's political
history, one of which is that he carried
the news of Lincoln's first election across
the mountains, making 110 miles in 8
hours and using 19 ponies in the trip.
From this teat he earned the sobriquet of
The Cairo club sent to Paducah fur
a list of the names of the Eckfords, in or
der to place them on the score slips to be
used at the match game to-day. and they
received the names of tho leading Louis
ville club of professionals entire. If tho
Eckfords are composed of the persons nam
ed in the list sent, there is not a Paducah
boy in the club it is a club of Louisville
professionals from pitcher to fielder. It is
probable, however, that the names are not
correct, for the Louisville club that is com
posed of tho men named in the list would
not condescend to play for, and in the place
The Chicago Times is dissecting the
favorite boast of organs and orators that
the Republican rarty saved the Union.
There arc no statistics directly showing the
political complexion of the soldiers com
posing the armies of the Union, hut there
are statistics which pretty thoroughly es
tablishes the emptiness of the boast, and
the utter falsity of the assertion. The
Times shows that while the voters for Lin
coln in 1800 numbeied but 1,800,1152, the
number of white troops iu the Union armies
was 2,740, 870, the states thus furnishing
88,008 more Union soldiers than Lincoln
votes. If half tho Republican voters had
volunteered (which is a very liberal esti
mate), they would have made up an army
of only 0113,170, whereaB the men furnishsd
by the "tales numbejed 2,740,570, leaving
1,813,194 that must havo been drawn
from other sources than Republican voters.
The quota of every state, it will be seen,
was largely in excess of its .Republican
ote. Illinois sent 87,000 more soldiers to
the field than she cast votes for Lincoln.
Maryland cast 2,294 votes for Lincoln, and
sent 50,316 Union soldiers. Kentucky
cast 1,304 Lincoln votes, ami sent 79,025
Union soldiers. Missouri sent 109,111
Uuion soldiers to the front, while she cast
but 17,028 Lincoln votes. It seems pretty
safe to concludo that Micro were about as
many Democrats as Republicans in the
Union army. Certainly there is nothing to
ua..,u ,ilu uiaitus mane on this tmint l.v
II, !.... I. if. ' 1
the Republican orgnnB aid orators.
Desperate Deed of a Man Whose
Homo Was Broken Up by
a False Friend.
A Duel to the Daath on the Streets ol
Vicksburg, Miss,, Between Captain
Bourne und James F. Metzler.
Touching Scene Between the Dying Mar
and His Children The Wife's
ViCKSiifitii, Miss., September
About a quarter before twe'vo o'clock
yesterday Washington street lu tho vicin
ity of Arthur Jacob's store was tho scene
of an intense excitement. A bloody and
thrilling tragedy, resulting lu the
death of Captain Joshua W.
Bourne and tho mortal wound
ing of Janus F. Met.ler, occorred.
The impromptu duel for such it was
was not unexpected, and when the rapid
pistol tiring was heard, and before the
cause of it was definitely ascertained,
many iu the vicinity remarked that it was
Captain Bourne and Metz er. Trouble
has long been brewing between these
men, atul it culminated in tho bloody
work of yesterday.
OlilGl.N OF TIIETKOL'IILK.
The beginning of the trouble between
the two men dates far back In the past.
There has been troublo between Captain
Bourne and his wife, and two suits are
now pendiug, one t-jt divorce and one
for possession of the children. Captain
Bourne, whether justly or not, has held
Metzler responsible for his do
mestic infelicity, and this it was that led
to the bloody affair of yesterday. As
stated above, the two men have been at
outs for somo time, and both have
seemed to excct and dread just such
an affair as occurred yesterday, as they
seemed to shun each other.
They met, however, yesterday, and an
eye witness gives the following account
of tho terrible sceue that followed:
Met.ler was standing on tho sidewalk on
the west sido of Washington street. He
was alone, or at least was not talking
to anyone. Bourne approached, but did
not seem to notice his arch-enemy until
withiu probably fifteen feet of hlra.
Suddenly he raised his eyes and the
hatred of years seemed to culminate then
and there. Mctzler's right sido was
towards Bourne and he did not see the
latter. Bourne, quick as a flash, pulled
his revolver and, without a word fired,
the ball passing through Metzler'sjbowels
and body, nuking, it is thought,
a mortal wouud. Metzler then re
treated into Arthur Jacob's store, Bourne
following and tiring rapidly. Alter MeU-
ler got into tho store he got behind the
couuter, drew his pistol and commenced
returning the tire. Bourne continued to
shoot and advanced on Metzler nntilthey
clinched, both firing until both pUtols
were emptied, when they were separated.
HIS WI1K AND CHILDREN.
Captain Bourne received two wounds,
one in the left breast a short distance
above the heart, and the other in tho ah.
domcn about two inches above the nam.
Captain Bourne requested that Father
ricberit und his wifo and children be
sent for. Father Picherit was soon
found, and a short time afterward
two of his children arrived, the oldest
one, Brucie, a beautiful little girl of
about ten years of age, and the other a
boy of live or six years. Lpon hearing
the news of the terrible affair,
Mrs. liourue went directly to the
house of Captain Metzler, the
father of Mr. Metzler. While there she
met your correspondent. She stated
that Bourne hud scut for her, and that
she had sent her children, and asked
what she bad better do. She was ad
vised to go to her husband, by all means,
and Mrs. Metzler, the mother of Jim
Metzler, also told ber she should most
certainly go to him.
Captain Bourne died at live o'clock last
evening at tho La Madrid House, where
he had been taken, without seeing his
wife he loved to death. It was a pitiable
and touching sight to witness Captain
Bourne's two little children sitting on
the iloor by the side of thcirdylng father.
The sympathy of the entire community is
undoubtedly with Captain Bourne.
Mrs. Bourne was formerly Miss Mary
L. Mabin, of this county, and married
Captain Bouruo shortly after the war.
Captain Bourne has been Chancery
Clerk of this county, and has occupied
other high official positions.
After the shooting Metzler was ar
rested, but when found to he badly hurt
was conveyed to the resilience of his
father. The ball which is thought to
have made the mortal wound, was ex
tracted from the body ol Metzler.
At (i p. in., physicians stated that he
could not live thiough the night.
A Cholera Scare.
Nasiivii.i.k, Tkxx., September f.. In
tel'igeuce from Guthrie, Ky., says that
considerable excitement and alarm exists
near Klkton on account of tho death ot
Mr. Rell, a prominent citizen of Todd
County, from what Dr. .Mclt-ynolds pro
nounced genuine cholera. Mr. lk-11 was
taken suddenly 11 and diediu a few min
utes. Dr. Mclieynolds wa's summoned,
and expressed the opinion that Mr. Bell
had had cholera. It is thought the
physician is mistaken.
An Audit nee Sent Away.
CniOAtio, 111., September 0. The
Grand Opera House of this city was closed
last night and the audience demanded re
turn of the money for their tickets. The
trouble is understood to grow out of
some entanglement with the lless Opera
Company, which has been tilling uu en
Suspsnded on Suspicion.
Qhncy, li.i,., September (!. Harry
Hale, Chief of Police, was suspended by
Mayor Jarrett this morning until tho
regular meeting of the City Council, on
the 15th lust. This action was compelled
by a threat of the Police Commissioners
to call a special meeting of the Council
for Hale's dismissal and was tho result
of the KvpulmjJournnr exposure of tho
Chartied With Murder.
Nv.u k, N. Y., Sopt uibcr 8. rtcr A.
Klliott was arrested thin morning, charged
with attempting to murder Captain Piatt
at (i rand view, Tuesday last.
IlilSII NATIONAL I.KAtili:.
IM'hlin, September 0. The annual
convention of the Irish National League
nu t iu the Coiiucll Chamber this morn
ing anil was presided over by T. P. O'Con
nor, M. P. A large numbur of dele
gates are present and much enthusiasm
prevails. O'Connor sail the organiza
tion is now in an extremely satisfactory
condition. The reports of the Secretary
ami Treasurer, which had been read,
were evidences of the renewed activity
prevailing throughout the country. The
election of Patrick Kgan to the Presiden
cy of the American League clearly Indi
cated that they hud the lull sympathy ol
their brethren In America.
A Brewery Burned.
Clifton I'auk, N". .1, September 0.
Wanier & Co.'s brewery burned this
morning. Loss, 620,000.
Djath From Dissipation.
Fkkkman, III., Sept'inher C George
W. Compton, an Kngllshmau w ho came
here a few weeks ago to look after some
lauded property, died last night from the
effects of dissipation.
The Landlord Still A'.iv.-.
l'oBTLAND, Mb., September fi. Thomas
J. Libby, who shot Lydla Suow and then
shot himself, is still alive. There is still
a possibility of bis recovery.
Elopad With a Louisville Man.
A.mhoy, III., September C Mrs. Car
rie Mitchell, wife of a prominent groin
buyer, eloped last night with a young
man named Wells. They bought tickets
for Louisville, where Wells at one time
held some city or county olllce.
Sheep Dying in Ohio.
WiiKKi.iNC, W. Va., September 0 lu
tho northwestern part of Belmont, south
ern part of Harrison and northern part of
Ciuernsey counties the sheep are dying
by the hundreds from scarcity of grass,
due to the drouth and grasshoppers.
Sheep formerly held at $3 a head can
now be bought at
Governor Hubbard's Embarrus rant.
Sr. l'At i., Minx., September (!. Gov
ernor Hubbard is detained at Bed Wing
by his business disaster. There is no
doubt that bis entire fortune is gone.
Inv entories are being made of the prop
erty of ttieKlevatoraud Milling Company,
aud it will be ten days before the lud ex
tent of the loss is kuown.
31 AKKirr iu;roiu's.
Grin and Provision
SAT I'HDAY, SKI'TKMBCU r,, ss..
(Vittox Stfiiily: iii'il'llinir. ,e', y,-, .
Fl.oCH Stcu ly: XXX to clioieo. f! V K.iJ,
patentj, f 4. l' i6..l. V
Whkat Lower: No. lte.1, ?.i .'i.c;
Xo. 6 Tied, il .inc.
Cokn-lliKlii r; No. tnue l. 4'.'V! ! No.
2 wtnte mixed, WiW .
iats Steady: No. 'J.10.
J(YK llipiier; No. -'. fe'e.
Tobacco i inn: ius; common to choice
fd.miiJKl.uu: lent; common ri-d lour, f,.birj
10.UU: medium u irool Jn.aiilT.m).
H ay frairiH s.wii!.ui lor prone tochoico
new: ciover mixed, fslu ior tommon to
prune: choice new timothy, 1 J.OiJ; fau
Huttkk Firmer: choice to innev creamery
204jJiJc: duiry. choice to laney, Hiijlsj; low
Jioos Active; fresh Mock, iLHI-'ic per
Potato i Quiet, at :i.Vi do per Imshel.
Pome Steady; new mess. I7.."iO.,.mi.
liAlto yiilel; nrltne Mourn. Tle.
Bacon lx)nirs.lui'(iloo;phoits.ll'fll '5c;
Clear ribs, lie, all packed.
Wool Tub-wasiied. ciioic. Ul'i1 ,c; fair,
27a2!lc; dlmry hii1 low SiVtUii. i'nw.uheil
Choice medium, 'l-j.'c; irood overn,'o medium
liKifJOc; selected liifht tlno li4lUo;' (fool av
erairu, lfCitlTo; heavy Keltic: comtunir.
Dioid, -Iu: combinir, low u'rai'-s. Iti'irSs.
limes ouiet; dry llinu I.V,;: dammrort,
buns or Kiairs. lite; dry SHitei,
tic: dry B.uted. damitirol. tjc: km and
calf, salted. S'vj; damaged, tl ic; nuns ami
stags, 6e; greun, uncured, " ,c; damaged,
Shbbp Pelts Weak; jrre-n. "! tVc; dr
do, 4U4"5c., us to amount nnd inmiity ot wool;
Krccii shcarlinir-. I'i:jc; dry do. loiilio;
Krecn liinni tkiiH, 'tlc.
Wheat Weaker: No. 2 Ited, September,
8!J4c; October, W,IiM )';; November, HUJi,c;
December, Hl.'te; January, lOUft'-'Te; Febru
t'OH.v Hlifher: September, 6.i;fJii;v: Oc
tober, ti4'4c; November, tU'mc; lieeem
OATS Hif nor: September, .'il4e; Oelober,
3u'c; November, il4c.
Wheat Lower; September. ?',: October,
7fl'tT1-4c; November, Mi',c; December,
t'oilN Hither; September, M ve; October,
Wc; November. 41'jc; year, 41'.ic; Muv, C'e.
OATS Steady; September, i'.'ie: October,
25Vc; year, SVic; May,
I'OKK Lower; September, October,
fis; year, f ll.'.W; J an miry, JI-Mh.
IjAhu Lower; Sepienibcr, f7.:i : October,
t".3:'4 ; November, 7.:io.
Shout lit lis September, JPi; Oelober.
Live Stock Markets
Hons Hocelpts, 4,tKi; market piiet and
dull, IPC lower. I.lirht lots Ki.ii.(il.;tii: romth
packing, j.""'i.UU, heavy packing and ship
Caiti.k Heccipts, 2,0011 j st'tidy; cxpnrtH,
JlJ.oOC'OT.OO; Kood to choice, li.mwjil.ini; com
moil to fair, f4.3tyiiJi.Ki; Texans, at M.lin.S
Siieki' Iteeclpta, UOU; stroiiy; com.noti to
Cattle Kecoipts, 2,2m); market s r. nt; ex
ports, fil.tl;l''&tl.: ; irood to choice tdiippiiifr,
f 5.,"i0'A.r.SII; cnni'Mon to medium,
cows, f:l.tKi'ria..'iO irrass Texas steers, fl.iVifi
JiiHis liecclpts, a,20t; weaker and fnfMOo
lower; iots ol 20O to ;ivi pounds average
jS.iiOHiU.'.i; mainly, ?.V!.v;v.".i.
Siieki' Hcceipts, Idu; steady; mid un
changed. Cattle t'ncliiiiidP I; prime to choice
native Rlilpiii.fr steers, H).r,i(i.H.';f; (in id to
choice Hlccr. M..ViMl.lii; comiinui to medium,
:i.i;uVi.2r; common to choice stocker.s, 1.40
ij I 40; fee lers, f 4'(t4.Uii.
Shkei' ami I.amiis Unclmmred; medium
to irood s'.eep, .VitiilS.i.1): extra, fl; lambs
In fair demand: tiooil to choice, f i.2H'S:t5
lor raniidas; Western, common lo prime,
i Hons I'tichiinii'd: fair demand; corn
fed Voikurs, fH.;iO.H.40: ohloand Miehliratm,
f.V.(M1.2ti; irood mediums, H.;iiXil,7J; ft raw,
f.VJWKUfi; piirs. tt.wat,v.
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yoiik, Septomber . Money 2 per
cent.; exchange dull and unehamred; Covern
niunta dull: currency, ii's,; l.'.'i b'd; 4'a,
coupons, 120 hill: 4 -Vs. do.. 111 bid. The
market opened iiTCfrular and for a while, an
attempt was made to support tin: lint and
force an advance, but the scllcin were too
many, and prices soon weakened, and riivo
way. The market then lapsed In'o dullness,
and up to the publication of the hunk huo
meiit at noon hardly any business was donn.
On the appearance of the bank cxhlhjt,
which was tin In voi able, there wan a renewod
prtasur.t to sell, mil at the tlmo of writing
prices were at ihe lowest point of thetdaju
The dechue ranted Irom ' to I v, percent.
Yes, tlio whole town, nearly, lias been filled up to Grade,
CHAS. li. STDAET
Has spent the last three weeks in buying goods to till his
Popular Establishment up to the roof, with the newest and
most popular Roods the New York market a fiords. These
goods are now arriving, aud this week we will show you a
full line of the newest things in
PLAID DRESS GOODS,
NEW LACKS, &C.
A.Visil of In.spcclioii is Solicited.
WM. M. .DAY1DS0M,
STOVES, -:- RANG KB,-:-TIN,
Japanned 'Merlin ami Ayatu "Ware?,
liiid Cages, Hath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affent for Adams & We.-tluke Oil. Gasoline atul Gas J-toves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled I'luws, Walking: Cultivators,
Coin Shelleis, 1'lanters, Ftc, Ktc.
IV AO 97 33 Eighth Street,
1Uk L IV 00, oa. I IK), ill.
TKl.Kl'UONI': no. yo.
Loaders in L,ov I-Vice.
MEN'S & BOYS'
130 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOIfc THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Lino of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces lolore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
Wm. Ludwicr & Co.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largsst. Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
001)S SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Mnctoenth ttrcvt I Piiirn Til
CommorclIAver.im ' ' aHl7. Jl
Dealers in All Kinds of-
Ut. B. SMITH.
EUBIBT A. I KITH
Grand Central Store.