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THE DAILY .OAlttU UULLJDT1N; TUfiSDAY' MOUSING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884.
The Groatest Firo Ever Wituof Bed
in Ohio Visits the City
by tho Lake.
Millions of Dollars Destroyed in a Night
by the Devouring Plames The Fire
Prompt Help Sent From Surrounding
Cities The- Monster Subdued
Details of the Disaster.
Cl.lVKL.tNU, O., September 8. A
flro broke out la tlio lumber yard of
Woods, Terry & Co., this evening. A
fresn breeze was blowing and tho Ore
soon got beyond control, spreading rapid
ly to adjoining yards and other manufac
tories. The wiud shifted at a:50 p. m. and lu
creased lu velocity. A solid sheet of
flame carried the flro across the river.
The large oil and caudle works of Geo. 0.
Stanley, and Sherwlu & Williams paint
shop took tire. Two steamers located In
the lumber yards where the lire tirst
broke out had to bo abandoned, the
flames drlvlug the firemen away. It Is
reported that live firemen have perished.
This has not been confirmed.
The authorities telegraphed to Akron,
Sandusky, Canton and Elyria for assist
ance, The lames spread to the Xew
York, Pennsylvania &. Ohio and Great
Western Dispatch depots, and the tire-
'.men devoted all their attention to saving
At midnight the lire was still raging,
and had spread to tho yards of Bell, Cart
wright & Company, on the west side of
the Cincinnati, Cleveland, Indianapolis &
Columbus track. Three of the steamers
telegraphed for had arrived. Tho one
fromralncsvlllo was first "to respond, at
11:15. Steamers from Toledo and Erie,
Ta., were on the wuy by special trains.
All tho Southern wires ot the Western
Union have burned, iucludiug their cable
house on the south side of the river. The
isankcrs' and Merchants' wires are all
right, and no probabi ity of the lire
reaching them. The whole flits and bus
iness portion of tho city was beautifully
Cleveland, 0., September 8. At 2:30
a. m. engines arrived from Erie, Toledo,
Voungstown, Akron, Columbus, San
dusky, Elyria, TalLesvUJo and Newark,
and although the accompanying firemen
were strangers, they conducted them
selves admirably, and received mauy con
gratulations. Tho Western Union tel.
egrapb is badly crippled, owing to tho
burning of their wires along the Bee Lino
tracks. A large number of firemen were
injured, but nothing has yet been learned
as to the extent of their injuries.
Men who lost by the fire were so ex.
cited that It was almost Impossible to get
even a guess from them as to the exteut
of their losses. The figures, as near as
obtained, are: Woods, Terry & Co.,
$40,000; Totter, Birdsall & Co., $150,.
000; King &. Co., $100,000; Variety Iron
Works, estimated at $35,000; Eyuon &
Son, estimated at $5,000; Ilubbell &
Weston, $'3,000, New Y..ik, Pennsyl
vania & Ohio Ihilroad, $50,01); House &
Davidson, 850,000; G. C. Stanley estate,
$10,000; Sherwin, Williams & Co.,
Railroad cars and other property de
stroyed are not Included in tho list, tut
"it Is understood to be very heavy.
Totter, Birdsall & Company are in
sured in different companies" to the
amount of $57,500; C. G. King & Com
pauy, $20,000; House & Davidson, $10,
000; Ilubbell & Weston, $.'5,000; Woods,
Terry & Company, estimated $200,000;
Variety Iron Works, estimated $2,000.
At ten o'clock, when the tire was at its
full height, the scene was grand, the
fire being surrounded onall sides by hills.
The view was magnificent, the fluues
covering nearly fifty acres. When the lire
crossed the river west of Seneca street,
'.t looked as though that portion of the
city situated between the burning dis
trict and the lake, Including the greater
part of the business portion, was doomed;
but a strong Jake breeze came op and
changed its course.
. W. A. Helnsohn states that he was on
the roof of the Stanley Iron Works wien
the roof fell in, and that a man was car
ried down with it, and perished In tho
flames. He (Helnsohn) says others ob
served the accident.
Fifteen minutes after the firo depart
ment at Voungstown received the alurm,
the engine was on a flat car bound for the
city at the rate of a mile a minute. They
plainly saw the reflection of the lire iltty
miles from Cleveland.
It Is reported that twenty-seven loaded
freight cars belonging to the Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Columbus & Indianapolis
Railroad Company were burned.
The heat In the' vicinity of the flats is
still Intense. Several families have been
prostrated therefrom. The fire, although
confined to its original area, Is still burn
ing fiercely, and will probably continue
for several days.
Burned to Death.
Adrian-, Mich., September 8. Mrs.
Fred Waller, of this city, aged fifty-eight,
was burned to death this morning. Her
husband left the house for a sho. t time,
reaving ber still In bed. Keturning soon,
he discovered the chaired remains of his
wife on the floor, her clothing complete
ly burned off, aud the house filled with
smoke. She evidently tried to light the
fire, when her clothing became ignited.
' Not B.Tia Only, But Sjvnty T.ms
Detroit, Mich., September 8. In
tho Wayne Circuit Court this morning,
Jeremiah Chapman, of II jckwood, Mich5,
was scutenced to the State Prison for
seven years for conspiring with James
Kegan to have the latter outrage Chap,
man's "Wife sever! mouths ago. The
cam was very singular, and attracted
much Attention. KeSau was sentenced
10 Ave years for the same offense.
r Wom'jn In the Ward-Xtooma.
Bath", Mb., September 8. The vote
for Governor netms to be running about
the unie aa in 1882. At noou ther.- was
ovor two to one in favor of the Republi
can!. The presence of women at the
ward-room, working for the Conntltu.
tlonai Amendment, is a novelty before
uoknowo. The ameodniMnt will prob
Mjr be carried hen.
JOHN IS S011HY ASUWILL r-AY DAMAUE9,
London, September 8. A dispatch
just received from Shanghai states that
the Chinese Government has sent an
apology to the English Admiral for the
recent mistake of tho Chluese military
authorities at Foo Chow in tiring upon
the British iron-clad, Zephyr. The Chi
nese Foreign Minister says bo was
grieved that such an affair should
have happened to a friendly power,
and that the Government was
willing to indemnify tho officer and sailor
who were wounded by the firo from Chi.
nese guns. The British Admiral sent in
return a note stating that he was satisfied
with the apology; as he had no doubt the
firing was the result of iguorance on tho
part of a petty artillery oillcer, who did
not know the difference between the En
glish and Fiench flags.
London, September 8. Captalu Dud
ley aud tho two seameu of the wrecked
yacht Mignonette, who were arrested
Saturday for having killed the cabin boy,
Parker, were brought before tho magis
trate to-day charged with murder. After
hearing tho testimony, which was in ef
fect that tho boy was killed In order that
tho prisoners might prolong life by eat
ing his Hush, the accused were remanded
AKltlVKD AT WARSAW.
Sr. Pktkhsuuiui, September 8. The
Czar, Czarina, Czarowltz and Grand Dukes
Nicholas, Vladimir aud George arrived
at Warsaw to-day.
Golnu For Saloon-Kaepsra.
Di'Bi-qi'E, Ia., September 8. Captain
Adams, State's Attorney, who brought
the Injunction suit under the prohibition
laws against the seventeen saloon-keepers
here, says that In Jie event of suc
cess in tho present prosecution ho will
bring suits against the reumlulng saloon
keepers, of whom there are about forty.
The total los9 from tho disastrous flro
hero foots up over $100,000; insurance,
Another Bank Suspended.
Nashville, Tk.vn., September 8.
The doors of the Lincoln Savings Bank
at Fayettcville were closed this morning.
The assets are $200,000 and the deposits
A Liquor Dealer Drops Dead.
Detroit, Mich, September 8. John
II. Webster, of the liquor firm of Doolit
tle & Webster, dropped dead this morn
ing, apparently of heart disease.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBEIt , 1KS.
Cotton Steady; nikltluiiir. IDS ill Mi.
Fl-OUH Stonily: XXX to clioicu. J.3."i(t1.5Ui
Whkat Lower; No. 2 Bed, MTT'io;
No. 3 Ueil, H4Vi0tlc.
Cokn-Lower; No. 2 mixed, 47!4(i4Sc; No.
white mixed, 4Se.
Oath Sti-udy : No. 3. ffiVk'Oo.
Kyk Higher; No. 2. E&Mo.
ToiAC(jo-rirm; iuks; uuinmon to choice
$.(Xi01u.0O; leaf: common red leaf, 7.5tkfl
lu.uu: medium to (rood m.0J17.UO.
Hay J'ruiriii tSMk&'JM lor prime to eboica
new: clover mixed, f.s&IO tor common t-j
iirimu: etioieu now timotliy, f ILOOttLUW; fan
cy, f I3.unutia.a0.
Uuttkk Firmer: cholcoto tunov orcamery
El(ft22o: dairy, ehoioe to fancy, ItHJlSe; low
Koos-Aetlve; fresh stock, 1212'4o per
PoTATOKs-Qulet, at aivJSTo per bushel.
Pork Steady; new mess. 17.50 (jis.oo.
Laru yuiol: prime steam. 7!p.
clear ribs, liifcc, nil packed.
WOOL Tub-WAShod. cliniro. mtlUn! f.iif
!W429o; dliiKy nnl low ZtflM. Unwashed
Choice modium, Slic; Rood average modiura
HHliMu; selected niriil une l&aiSKi; K004 av
erage, iimiiq; nuavy itiliuu: comulnjr.
biood, 2l'&u: co n i bin i;, low vradea. lfiiiltki.
iluiKS Ouiet: dry tlmu l5o: Uamaarod,
l-'-e: buns or stairs, lue; dry salmi,
12o: dry Halted, damaged. 10c: km and
calf, snltud. b't,c; damaged, 11 He; buns and
lags, bm green, uncured, 7'ie; damaged,
SShkep PRI.TS Weak; groon, 7B&H53; dry
do, 4U(675o., us to amount and quality o! wool;
irrccn shearlings. I.VSiJu; dry do, lUnjljo;
Kreeil htintj (kins, 'AwSo.
WiiKAT-Lower; No. 2 Ited, Soptcmher,
V; Oetoher, S7So; November, KSo; 1X--
luiiii',-,, -i-,v, .iiuiuiiiy, iMv,t-; reuruaiy,
V'M'i May, $1.
Con.N Weaker; September, (Ho; October,
tW'.o; November. 01'c; December, 57',c.
Oats Lower September, Iti'.c; October,
82 V; November, 8 tc.
Oats Lower; Septt'inbi.'r, 2.";
25c: year. 25c; Mi v. i'e.
1'oiiK I owcr; SepK'inlier, $17;
17; year, tll.tfi; Jamiarr. fll.7"i.
I.Aiiii I ower; September, 7.I2'4:
f7.12'i; November, 7.1'(.
Shout Huis September, t'Xm;
Live Stock Markets.
Hons Ueeelpts, x.OM; market weak and a
Fluide lower; light, J.').40((,il.ai; rough packing
f.'i.;sW65,tiO; heavy packing and sliiiiplng.
tij.(it..V; gniHwrs, S4'b5.4 i.
CATTl.K-lteceiiim, 7,4ii; weak; expns,
f'f57; good to elioice, ftiitt;.r)); common to
Siikki' - Ueeelpts, I.NK); otealy; eom-non
to good, 2. iHi..
CATTi.K-l'iichange I; prime to c'lolco
native shipping steers i..1U4H.7."i; go xl to
elioice hieer, 0.4O; coinim nto incdiuiii
iXMiibXi; eoiiimon to choice st x kers ;t4o
fe4.4U; lee lers, f4'tf4.U.i.
Siikkh AM) Lamhs riiehanged; mediim
to good sin ep, :i.o(K(A;i.7.-; extra, $1; lumbs
In fair ilcrmui I. gooil to choice, ti.'ihU:-a
lor ( uniidas; Western, eouunon to prime
UK) 5. '
Moon l" iichanged; fair demand; rorn
fed YorkeM, IHMxui.iO; Ohio and Mlehlgai s
lo.WrtB.Ai; gohl meiliiinis, $ti.aot9it.7i); g,a,s'
VMi 8.7ft: pigs. t.in4.:5. '
CATTi.K-Hceel.ts, 7(); inaiket a taily; ex
ports, ftl.lKi4.;iO; g(Ml to choice chipping
teMitf.W; common to medium, fo.ijois.a.);
eows, f I.OJi:i.5d; grass Texas steers, $!.'(
HiMis Itocoipta, 2,500; weaker and V.?,0o
low it; low of 100 to 2i0 lKiunds average
I5.mt. LI; mainly, S.flt(.i.w. ,
Siip.kp HeeeiptM, 2J0; fpiiet and tin
changed. Money and Stock Market.
BNawCVoim. Keptimibor S.-Mon.v H per
cent.; exehaiue ..uiet at 4S44htl; 'Co rn
menta dull: currency, n vr, bu- i
M.upons. 1 bid: 4 '. do., IH Lid' Tub
market opened heivy with adetllneof U to 4i
w;rent. fiom Bturdny a cloaing ruruTrs in
iha tirst fw transaction. HnpoorUnlr ordi
foro.Mi prices up fitl.,nally,Vut ou U.e an
thmnw of this ln.p ovenu.nt Uion, was
renew! pnMur to undor wblch thann.
tiro lM w.ak.iu4 and further dillnnd Vi to 1
W-revnt. Tli market t l m w?ii thi
Cwpst flguro of the da" ' M at the
Whkat Lower; September, 7(l'4o;
77Sc; November, 7 lc; December,
Con.N Lower; Seiitember, fic;
M'Bc; November. Wc; year, 4I
One of thrt Moot Unaccouutable Knd Dan
gerous of Recent Deceits discovered
Tlieie is some mysterious trouble tha is
attacking nearly everyone iu the laud with
more or Uss violence, it seems to Meal
into the body like a thief iu the uiglil.
Doctors cannot diagnose it. Scientists aie
puzzled by its sympti ns. It is, indeed, a
model u mystery. Like those severe aud
vai;uu maladies that attack liorsts and pros
trate uearly ail the animaU in the land,
this subtle trouble seems to meuaue man
kind. Mauy ot its victims have pains about
the dust aud sides, aud sometime iu the
back. '1 hey fuel dull and sleepy ; the mouth
has a bad taste, especially iu the tuoruing.
A strange sticky slime collects about the
teeth. The apputilu is poor. There is a
feelinj,' like a heavy load upon the stoiu
ache; somelimse a faint all-gone sensutiou
is felt at tho pit ot the stoumche, which
food does not satisfy. The eves grow sunk
en, the bands and feel feel clammy at one
tune ami burn intensely at others. Alter
a while a cauf-h sets in, at ,tlist dry, but
after a lew months it is attended with a
L'rayish coloied expectoration. The afflict
ed on.' feels tired all the while, aud sleep
does not stein to alFotd any rest. lie be
comes iiervou.', irritable, and gloomy, ami
has evil loreuouings. Iheto is a iriddy
ik'ss, a peculiar w hirling sensutiou in the
head when rising up buddenly. The bow
els become costive, and then, aL'ain, au flux
intensely; the bkiu is dry and hot at timet;
the bloou grows thick aud stagnant; the
whites ot the eyes become tinged with yel
low; the urine is scanty and high-coldcd,
depositing a sediment alter standing. There
is frequently a spitting up of the food,
sometimes with a sour taste, aud sometimes
with asweetibh taste; this is otteii attended
with palpitutiou ot the luait. Tho vision
becomes impaired, with spots before the
eyes; there is a feeling of prostration mid
great weakms. Most of these symptoms
are in turn tin-sent, it is thought tliit
nearly one-third of our population luve
this disorder in some of its varied forms,
w'iile medical meu have almost wholly
mistaken its nature. Some have treated it
for one complaint; some for another, but
neurly'till have failed to recti the seit of
the disorder. Indeed, many physicians
are alllicted with it themselves. 1 he ex
perience of Or. A. G. Kichards, residing at
No. 4G(J Trem nit street, Boston, is thus
described by himsell :
''I had all those peculiar and painful
symtoms which I bsve found affecting so
many of my patients, and w hich had so
otteii bullied me. 1 knew all of the cum
mnnly established remedies would be un
availing for I had tried them often in the
past. I therefore determined to strike out
in a new path. To my intense satisfaction
I found that I was improving. Tlie dul',
stupid fueling departed and I be-'sn to en
joy life once more. My appetite returned.
My sleep was refreshing. I he color ot my
(aee which had been a sickly yellow grad
ually absumed the pink tinge of health. In
the'tourse of three weeks I felt like a new
limn and know that it Wis wholly owing to
tilt! woinlerlui etncai-y ot Warner s I nipt -
ranoe The Best, which was all the medicine
Doctots aud scientists often exhaust their
fkill and the patient dies. They try every,
thing that has been used by, or is known
to, the profession, and (hen fail. Even if
they save the lite it is olten after gratand
prolonged agony. When; all this can be
avoided by precaution and care, ho'v insane
a tiling it is to endure such suffering ! With
a pure and palatable preparation in reach,
to neglect its use is simply inexcusable.
UKNEJiAlj LOCAL ITEMS
Loculs and poli'ical nutter ou third
Mr. John W. Scott left last evening for
St. Louis, to be gone about a week.
Wanted Buys between 15 and 18
years of age, at Chicago Clothing House, tf
Mr. an i Mrs. Charles Swayne, on
Eleventh Street, had another boy added to
the fauii'y Sunday night.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
nnd restaurant, coiner Sixth and commer
Phociou Howard, of the Chicago Inter
Ocean, was in the city yesterday, in seatch
of tna'erial for his ready faber.
Hotel Lafayette, at L ike Mitinetouka,
lias closed for the season, and Jewett Wil
cox ami family have gone to Vermont on a
Tl:e Prohibition c.indidate for Con
gress in this district is Addison I), vis, of
Perry county ; and the candidate for tho
State Board of Equalization is J. W. Bea
ton, of Johnson county.
Capt. Hi. Hill will raise steam on his
boat "Charley Hill" and drop down to the
wharf this morning for the purpose of
drawing the Democratic pole up on tho
leveo with his steam capstan.
Miss Edmouia Hatch (colored; rushed
into Justice Robinson's ollice yesterday
and exclaunedTs jes licked a niggah gal
up towu an' I wants to p y furr't."' The
justice permitted her to "shell out" f j and.
Charlie Bowers, of the European ho
tel, has the finest outfit in the way of a
delivery wagon and the etcetras, tvei seen
on the streets of Cairo, or in any other city.
It will be used for distributing the lino
oysters for which lie has the agency.
Mi. W. B. Gilbert ami family are at
St. Mary, Mo. on n visit. They have been
there some days. Mr. M. F. Gilbert nnd
family returned from there Smurdiy, hav
ing been gone about two weeks. Before
returning home Mr. W. B. will probably
tike a trip north.
The stru'it; committee made the munds
of the city yesterday, inspecting the street
filling recently done by the several con
tractors. Tho coinmitt ec was accompanied
by Enginerr Thrupp, who made surveys to
see if the tilling was all up to tho grade
indicate i in the contracts. It was found
that nearly all tho fillings were inure or
Uss short, Mr. John Ilogao's being nearest
up to the stakes driven by Mr. Thrupp in
his orginal survey. This shortage may bo
due in some cases and to sotuu extent to
the settlement of the new earth. The com
mittee did a gouA day's work.
Tho large rock at Hell Gate,' just op
posite Brooklyn, III., on tho Ohio River,
was blown to pieces Sunday by Capt. Golay,
who is in charge of the river improvement
st Grand Chain and other points above on
One of the agents of the Natioual
Yeast Co. was in town a day or two ago,
looking after the interests of their celebrat
ed yeast. National yeast is acknowledged
by all to be superior to any other and
much cheaper. Be sure and use the sam
ple. We know it will please the ladies.
The Young Democrats will meet
again at Hibernian Hall to-morrow night
and will be addressed by Capt. Thomas
Wilson, Democratic candidate for the State
Board of Equalization. Capt. Wilson can
make a rousing speech and he may depend
on a rousing reception from the boys.
Mr. Walter Warder returned yesterday
from Vienna, where he had been for about
two weeks. lie says he had no idea that
hia name would bo brought before the
County Republican Convention, in connec
tion with the State's Attorneyship; and that
he had no Expirations in that direction.
The Clifton House, ou Seventh Street
next to the Winter Block, is an applicaut
for public favor. It is conducted by Mrs.
Vande water, an experienced hostess. The
hoard is of the best the market affords aud
able cooks can prepare. Everything about
the house is new, neat and cleanly; and
rates ire reasonable. Furnished rooms for
rent, either with or without board.
Mr. John W. Greer, formerly of Tiik
Bulletin office and until recently of the
Murpliysboro Independent, was in the ity
yesterday. He has on foot a new scheme
that promises to pay him well: the manu
facture of guns w ith hatnmerless locks of
recent invention. The patentee of the lock
is a Mr. Victor, of DuQuoin. The plan is
to start a tun factory at DuQuoin with
home capit d, and there is every-reasoti to
believe that the guns will sell readily. We
wish Mr. Greer success in his new enter
prise. lion. Akx H. Irviu is before the peo
ple again as candidate for le-electiou to
theoflice of Circuit Clerk of Alexander
County. His announcement, which appears
in another place, will give pleasure to near
ly alt who have had any dealings with Mr.
Irviu in bis official capacity, for it will
give them opportunity to express their a -proval
of his sei vices in the most ugreeab e
maimer. We feel entirely safe in saying
that Mr. Irviu bus been the best incumbent
of the Circuit Clerk's office that Alexander
County has had for nrny years. Xo man
in the office has given closer attention to
the duties devolving upon him; none Ins
performed those duties with more correct
ness and dispatch, and none was more
courteous to thoje with whom he had deal
ings, or showed greater readiness to serve
the public, irrespective of individuals. Mr.
Irvin has made an ideal public servant;
we believe that the public generally ac
knowledge this fact and will vote to retain
him where he has been so efficient. His
experience in the office renders him the
more valuable and gives him prestige over
most any one else that nnght compete with
him for the position in November.
It gives us much pleasure to call the
attention of the public to the announcement
of Mr. Angus Leek for the State's Attor
neyship for this county in the November
election. There is no need of introducin"
Mr. Leek. He has been before the people
once before as a candidate, and almost con
stantly in his profession as a lawyer. lie
stands at tho head of his profession, among
the young members, a position which ho
has attained and held by hard labor. He
aspires to an office now which must bo fill
ed by a good lawyer and an honest, ener
getic man of good judgment. A position
in which he will be called upon to repre
sent the people and their great interests,
not only in matters involving their safety
.igainBt criminals, but alio in matters con
cerning their civil rights as against cor
porations and individuals. A position in
which he may, at any time, be called upon
to cross swords with the best legal talent
in the city or State, in defence or prosecu
tion of the people's juat claims. This posi
tion Mr. Leek has hold for a number of
months now, by the grace of the Board of
County Commissioners which appointed
him to till the unexpired term of James M.
Damron. During his brief incumbency,
he hag made a record of which he may be
proud. Criminals have been ably and suc
cessfully prosecuted, and the court ma
chinery has moved smoothly, economically
aud with dispatch. Important civil cases
have been tried, iu which the people's in
terests were jeopardized. Lawyers of the
highest standing have contended against
the people with Mr. Leek and have been
ably and successfully met by him. His
brief record gives ampin proof and strong
proof ofMr. Leek's ability to fill the place
with credit to himself and benefit to the
people. Wo believe that Mr. Leek is tho
man for the place above all others that arc,
or are likely to be, bofore the people. Ho
is an independent candidate, that is, he
does not run as the representative of any
political organization, and as Buch we com
mend him to tho public generally. ' ,
STOVES, -:- BAIGES, -:- Til,
Japanned licrlin and Agato "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affeiit for Adams & Westlake Oil. flaxoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planter?, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27. & 33, c'i:
TKLKPIIONK NO. !JO.
Leaders in Low Prices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
130 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
"?tS PT' JUNE 17p 18!!
llanufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES TUE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Saehels, Traveling Bags, frhawl Straps,
and Oil and Kubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOJt THE NOVELTY TKUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces Lelore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Vrri. ICudwiff & Co.
F OK SALE. Hayiloclt l'hai'ton, new, list price
law. for 125.-lri(iaire of K. A. Burnett, Built
FOK SAI.K-Haydf.ck jnmp n.'t f urrey. Hot orlce
$;45, new,Bod job, for 150. Inquire of E A.
FOK SA LK. -New Home Sewlnu Machine rlnht
from the factory, Hut price $W fur f'W, . A.
TOR HAI.K I offer for tale for $1C5 my grey
J- uore "Denmark'' yetri old, guaranteed
' nnd, without a blemish aud gentle enough for
lady to drive. A. V. Sciihukijik.
tOH KR.N'T Cuhl'f reddence property, t. e. cor.
'.Hand Holbiook Ave. Fine 2 story brick resi
dence of 10 roonid, eleifantly fi"it-hed In modern
style; (mm, out bun es. etc. I, arse yard with frutt
ami strawberries. Kent low to a rood tenaut.
M. . . 1IOWLKY, Agent.
FOK RKNT The large, commodious store room
and basement on Levee st., below 8th st., re
cently occupied by M. B. Thisttewood & Uro.
SI. J. IIowliy, Agent.
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of the Court House, In Cairo,
Ilia., at 2 P. M.,on
WEDNESDAY tho 1st DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will oiler for sale to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing, very desirable property, viz: Brick hjnse
and lot 34xlOOfeat, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, block 20. Dwelling house and tots M,
Stand 85, block 30. 12th street. Dwelling bonse
nd lots 31 and 32. block T!l, Centre street. Lots
S and 3, block 40, 1st addition, 1'nplar street; lot
It, block IS, 1st addition, near the New York store;
lot 82, block 30, 12th street,
This Is vert desirable property, Bituated in the
businoss centres of the city, and now that It is cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoituuity for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TKKMS M cash, bal. 6 and 12 months secured
with 8 per cent interest, or 8 per cent oil' lor cash.
For further Information inquire of
M.J. HOWLEY, Agent.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mude to Order.
8th St., but. Ohio Lcvie 4 Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - - IJLL
Repairing; neatly done at short notice.
i o J A
NEW YORK STORK.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lar?st Variety Si.el;
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERYCLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth street I Paivn III
Commercial Av..iinH J 'vttUt', II
us. b. mini.
IUBIKT A, MITK
Grand Central Store.
OiVIKO. - ILL
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete lin of
Linm: Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
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A full stock of Oil Cloths, all sizes and prices.
All Uooda at Bottom Prlocwt