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THE DAILY 0A1KO HUI.LKTIN: THURSDAY MUllnlNU, SEl'TEMBER 11, 1S84.
The Daily Bulletin.
Or'FICUL TAPEE OK ALEXANDER COUNTY
ffvTKHKP AT TUB CAIRO POSTOKFICK FOK
MtANfOUSSIOS THROL'OU THK MAILS AT
8BCOND CLA88 RATES.
-About' 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon
Ti:nitliy Mahanny, proprietor of the Three
Siatea house, coruer of Fourth street hnd
Ohio, levee, ihot himself in tho head with
Hie evident intention of cotumittiuR eui
ciide. Tho deed was done in an upper room of
the house. Officer McTigue was the first
to enter the room. He was near the place
when tho shot was tired and was called by
micjue who heard the shot tired and the
I) idy fall to the floor. lie and Mr. Ilas
1 mi, of Buffalo Bill's sli iw, went up the
tUir together and found the door of the
n m locked. The officer burst the door
o) ! i and found Mahanny lying on the
tl tor with pisjol in his hand lying across
his breast. He had evidently stood up,
placed the pistol to his right temple and
fue l, and falleu backwards to the floor.
When found, he lay quite still, but was
breUhing heavily. Blood was issuing
from his nose and from a wound in the
vicinity of the right temple, forming largo
pools on the floor ncu him. One eye
w.s almost driven from its socket and the
ot.'ier was discolored, caused by the con
cmiou. ' Tho bullet, which was a 33 cali
brj fired from a Smith & Ves90n pistol,
ranged forward and upward, lodging over
i he left eye and causing an abrasion of the
skull there several inches square.
Dr. Parker was immediately summoned,
Lut he could do nothing for the man and
expressed the belief that he would not
live through the night. But tho wounded
man improved a little as the effects of the
lirst shock wore away. Ho was bathed,
i.ud his wounds dressed, while lying on the
floor where he had fallen. He soon be
came partially conscious, understood what
was saiil toliim, and responded by motions
with his one eye and fingers. After half an
hour, he was able to speak, and even shook
hands with his little daughter; Hnd two
hours after he had shot himself, he wus
able to get up and, with the help of two
men, wtilk from the room that hud been tho
scene of his bloody work into another,
where he was made more c 'inflatable.
Here he continued about the s.inie for sev
en! lulus, hut then began to t;row weaker
sk-aliiy. His drank water freely from a
spoon, but '.ook no nourishment.
AtlO o'clock last night he was reported
to be still alivi-, but very low and not tx
vctt to livo till tins irorniog.
The immediate cuuse of the deed was a
quarruV in which the u;o, Joh i Hjrvuy,
figured prominently. Hervey had told
Mrs. Mthmny an uly story about her hus
band, which induced her to rebuke the lat
ter rather severely. Mr. Mahauny had for
some time been in a very nntw, melan
choly stale of mind and the undue excite
ment consequent upon the trouble indica
ted so unbalanced his tniud that he planned
and executed the awful deed.
Timothy Mahanny is a broth r of Officer
Patrick Mahanny. lie has lived in Cairo
many years. LTo has been a hard wor ker,
accumulating a snug sum of money from
driving drays, with which lie bought the
two lots where the Three States house
Bt iiids and the one just back of it. He
built these two houses but recently and has
been doing a prosperous business there
Political matter, etc., on second page.
Thi Ninth street brick walk, south
side, is being rapidly finished.
A new crossing over Washington at
Eleventh street U nearly finished.
Mr. 8tm Shutmker has been very ill
with malarial fever for a week past.
anted Boys between 13 and 18
years of age, at Chicago Clothing House, tf
The temperance ladies hold an im
portaut meeting to-tiiy at 3 o'clock in their
The Bulletin now reaches Mound
City every morning, an hour after it leaves
the press. It is on sale at the business
pluee of Mr. It. Friganza.
Fresh Oynters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The fuoe'al of the late Tony Cells oc
curred yesterday afternoon. Services were
held at St. Joseph's church, and a special
train took remains and friends to Villa
Kidge from foot of Fourteenth street.
Cap). Hiram Hill kindly donated his
own services uu I those of his boat and
crew, to the Democratic club, and hauled
tho new pole up the levee to the point
where it h to I prepared and raised.
The Tenth street pump will now soon
Uaio operation again and will probably re
inaio In order for a considerable period of
time. A new pipe is being driven, and the
surroundings give evidence of strength
that seems bound to last. TeamsterB will
regard Iheimprjveraeut with great pleasure
Judge Hobinson, Circuit Clerk Irvin
Stat' Attorney Leek,, Hon. D. T. Linegar
aoJMfvW.C. Mulkey went up to Elco
yesterday to attend the 'Democratic cele
bration there. Julge Hill had preceoded
them there and was. speaking to the as
sembled multitude when they arrived.
Mr. Linegar and Mr. Mnlkey followed Mr.
Hill in brief speeches. Hon. F. E. Al
bright was to have been there also, but was
prevented by the calamity which befell
him, in tho death of his aged father. The
affair was very satisfactory.
Dr. Henry Slade having recovered
from his recent illness will to-day resumo
his seances at the residence of Jacob Mar
tin. Parties ilesiriug" aittings should make
engagements, as only a limited number can
be given daily. 2t
Of course Maine went Republican, It
is a very poor candidate for President who
cannot " carry his own state when he
belongs to its dominant party. We are
shedding no tears over the foregone result,
and fail to understand what the other fel
lows are yelling about.
Mr. P. A. Tolford and Rev. Mr. Man
ning, both of Michigan, are in the city vis
iting old friends. Mr. Tolford was super
intendent of the colored missions in Cairo
ten years ago. He served in that capacity
for several years, and by his geniality won
hosts of friends, who are glad to welcome
Yesterday Mr. Walton Wright put a
force of men to work preparing the Demo
cratic pole, lower section. The upper sec
tion is nearly finished. A hole was also
dug yesterday for the reception of the pole,
nearly opposite G. W. Williamson's boat
store, Next week the Cleveland and Hen
dricks flag will bo afloat again.
Capt. Shields, chairman of the county
Democratic central committee, has received
notice from Chairman Oberly, of the state
committee, that arrangements are being
made to have Carter Ilarrisou address the
people of extreme southern Illinois during
the first week of October. Times and
places will be announced in due time.
Chairmau C. R. Woodward, of the
congressional Republican central commit
tee, has called a meeting of the committee
to be held in this city on the lGth inst.,
for tho purpose of considering the pro
posed series of joint discussions between
Capt. Tliomaj and Hon. Albright. Mr.
Woodward assures us that there is no doubt
that the discussions will take place. The
challenge has been accepted by Capt.
Thomas and all the committee will have to
do, or is authorized to do in the matter, is
.to fix the times and places for the discus
sions. The respectable ami intelligent people
ol this county, irrespective of ptrty, owe it
to themselves to resent the grofS insult of
fered them by the county Republican con
vention, in presenting to them, us a candi
date for their suffrage?, such a fellow rb
Jno. Gladney. The convention perpetrat
ed this wrong ki'owingly ami deliberately,
in cowardly compliance with what it con
ceived to be the diuiiind of the inhabit
ants of the el inns of the city, the most
degraded of black wretches who infest
the purlieu. We have the utmost confi
dence in the people, and believe that they
will give the convention su:h a rebuke
next November as will serve to warn any
who may in future presunio to act for the
people in the capacity of delegates to a
Among announcements to-day appears
that ot Mr. W. N. Butler, as candidate for
the office of Btate's attorney at the Novem
ber election. Mr. Butler is the Republi
can candidate, the nominee of the county
Republican convention held in this city on
the Gth inst., and as such he may justly ask
the suppoit of Republicans generally. He
has beeu a citizen of Cairo something over
a year, during which time he has procured
himself a homestead as proof of his deter
mination to settle permanently among us.
He is a young man of excellent qualities of
mind and heart, and his agreeable social
disposition has made for him friends at ev
cry hand. He has been admitted to the
bar within the year, and while circumstan
ces have not permitted him to strive for a
practice, his future as a lawyer is promis
ing, for, besides being thoroughly devoted
to his profession and applying himself
closely to study, he has natural talents that
will sooner or later give him prominence
at the bar. As state's attorney of this
county Mr. Butler would undoubtedly
serve the public honestly, diligently and
with whatever ability fie might be posessed
Coroner Richard Fitzgerald is an
nounced in this issue of The Bulletin as
candidate for re-election to the office of
coroner in the coming election. The peo
ple know Mr. Fitzgerald to be a competent,
faithful and efficient official, for they have
watched him through many years. Tho of
fice of coroner is by no means an attractive
one. Its emoluments are not worth striv
ing tor, its honors are inflnitisiiual, its du
tics are often laborious and always disa
greeable. But the office is none the less a
necessary one and an important one in its
way, and it should be filled, as all other
public offices should, by a good man. Tho
people are not always fortunate enough to
find a good man who will accept such a
position, but the people of this county have
beeu fortunate in this respect. Mr. Fi'z
gerald has served them well for years as
coroner, nud will continue to do so it the
people desire it. Of Mr. Fitzgerald's op
ponent, tho nogro, Gladney, thtjnominee of
the Republican county convention, it is
needless to say anything further than that
it would be a calamity and a lasting dis
grace to tl.!s county if such a fellow should
receive any considerable number of votes
for even the comparatively insignifl
cant office of cornier.
The Greenback Candidate tor Gov
ernor, Indorsod by Missouri
Why He Was Not Nominated Outright
Too Much Prohibition in the Platform
For the Party to Stand On.
Other Nominations, and the Places Lsf
For the Committee to Fill
Jekkekso.v Ciiy, Mo, September 10.
In the K .'public m state Couveutlot
yesterday the Committee ou Conference
presented majority uud minority reports,
tho former advising indorsement only,
and the latter the nomination ot Nicholas
Ford for Governor. The supporters ol
the majority report protested btrougl)
against uomluutlug him as the candidate
of the liepub.lcan party, for the reason
that Ford could not consistently accept s
nomination from a party which the
Greenbackers vigorously opposed. H
bad been threatened that If th t Conven
tion insisted upon nominating Ford
his name would be withdrawn.
There was a large element, however,
which, while desiring that Ford should
head tho ticket, be: leved that he should
head It as a Republican, and that to oV
part from the regulur course would have
the effect of Impairing Kepub lcau organ
ization in the party. Several very able
speeches were made on both sides, but it
was Insisted thai the party should forego
its minor privileges in order to insure
great resuii; that the easiest way was
the best, and that the convention should
lNDOKSK MIL KJKL.
This argument changed a large number
of vote, and the minority report was de
feated by nays, 4:'0; ayes, C7. There
was tremendous cheering, followed by
the unanimous adoption ot the majority
The nomination of Lieutenant-Governor,
State Treasurer, Auditor, Attorney
General and Judge of the Supremo Court
was provided for in the majority report,
tho other nominations to be rcf-iivd to
the .State Central Committee with power
to till vacancies.
uu: tick n r.
Dr. 11. M. Stirkk-B, of Caiomlelet, was
declared the nominee lor L euieuaul-Oov-crnor
bv ace nutation a. d umtdstcmhusi
Juduc CioLschalk nominated James 0.
Thompson, of Sedaiia, for Slate Treas
urer, who was uimilm usly declared the
nominee lor the ollite.
Jacob Sands, oi Adair, was nomi utej
for Auditor by acc ainatlou.
When Colonel Dtvid Murph , o! Si.
Louh was placed hi nomination fur A;
torn y-(iener:ki llie gallant hero ot IMoi
Knob reei'ivel an ovation and h.-wi.t
declared Uu i.oinineu by a uuiiiiino is
Judue David Wanner was noiniuiLed
by acclamation for Judge of tus Supreme
On motion the ticket rectivvi three
hearty cheers; various votes uf thanks
were adopted and the Convention at 6:30
adjourned sine die with the best of feel
ing. It had been on the whole a very
harniouious giuhuring. II. Martin Wil
liams and one or two of his friends.
well-known throughout the State as
chronic kickers, w-re not pleesed with
the Convention woik, but the general
opinion prevailed that it made uo Uif -
The platform adopted by the Conven
tion yesterday pays a high compliment to
President Arthur, indicts the Democracy
for persistently refusing to recognize the
Union clement of the party, denounce
its afllllatlon with baudittl, and its favors
to ex-Confederates; calls upon the unity
of all parties who believe in the over
turning of bourbonlsm, denounces the
present system of convict labor, declares
that all corporations are subject to the
control of the people, aud that a system
of adjusting differences betweeu labor
und capital should be et-tabllstieJ.
Army of the Cumberland Bauaion.
UociiKsiEK, N Y., September 10.
The Indications point to a large attend
ance at the reunion of the Army of the
Cumberland to be held In this city Sep
tember 17 and 18. Major V. II. Lam
bert, of l'hllade phia, Pa., will deliver
the oration, and the poem will bo de
llvered by Benjamin F. Taylor, of Chi
cago. Generals Sheridan, Kosecrans,
Logan, liuttcrllcld, 1 1st, Fullerton, Mor
gan, McCook," Porter, Wood, Woodford,
tx-Uovern rs Curtlu and l'ento i and
other distinguished men will bo present.
Ail the truuk line railroads will sell
round trip tickets at one aud one-fourth
sluglo rates, ood uutll September A).
Coffin-Makers' Jing e.
Indianapolis, Ixd., September 10. A
large and powerful organization of cof .
flu-makers, with a strong membership
throughout the country, held n National
meeting here yesterday. Several mem
bers are here now to demand that jobbing
and middlemen shall be abolished, or
they will resign uud smash the pool.
The discussion embraced this point, ariU
It was finally duirriniueri that jobbers
aud middlemen wore legitimate, and no
action was taken agalust them.
B u ul Qui an.
Loi isviLi.K, Ky , September 10. The
Times Lexinglou, (Ky.) special says that
news has just been received of two con
victs being brutally beaten and killed at
the Water Works H-'servuIr by guards.
They were employed upon the works at
that point, aud becoming rebellious, were
assaulted by the gnards and beateu until
A Hill for Governor.
Co.ncoiid, N. II., September 10. The
Democratic State Convention met to-day
with 600 delegates present. The vote
for Governor resulted: Ihomai Cogs
well, 48; Chas. llamsdeti, UO; John M.
III.!, 48 j; scattering, IS. Hill was nom
inated. Yellow Jack.
Nkw Youk, September 10. The brig
Aalta Owen, from SantUgope Cuba, lost
three men on the passage; one la rick
now, with yellow few.
I. A VI. NO TI1H C A II 1.8.
London1, September 10. Tho steam
ship Faraday having laid the tlrst deep
sea portion of the second Mackay-lienuett
cable, arrived at Woolwich to-day where
she will receivo the remainder of the
deep St a portion aud the American shore
London, September 10. The race for
the St. Leger stakes at Doncaster to-day,
was won by the Lambkin, with SUndlway
second, und Superb, third.
Naplks, September 10. It Is ofllclally
announced that during the tweuty-four
hours ending last night there were 721
fresh cases of cholera In the city of
Naples and 250 deaths. Since the begin
ning of the cholera outbreak lu Naples
there have been 1,100 interments lu the
cholera section of the cemetery. f
Al.AHM AT MADRID.
Madrid, September 10. Considerable
alarm was creat d to-day by the an
nouncement that a child died of cholera
within the city limits this morning.
CLOSING THK WOO LL.Nli.
Shanghai, September 10. Notwith
standing protests from foreign Consuls
agalust closing the Woo Lung Hiver, the
Chinese military authorities are sinking
a number of junks filled with stones ut
the bur ut the mouth of the river, twelve
miles bo ow the city."
l.OKD DI KKKItlN.
London, September 10. Lord Duffer
in, liritish Ambassador to Turkey, has
been appointed Viceroy of India.
London, September 10. Telegraph
between Saiuaicand uud Bokhara has just
C.uuo, September 10. Typhoid fever
has hroki n out In one of the liritish regi
ments In this city.
A Dist llery Explodea.
Pkkin, In.., September It). Thu cook
ers of the Kuierprlso distillery exploded
this morning, tearing the building to
pieces. T. II. lleiroiiymu-, the I' ilted
States guager; Halter, thj engiu-er, a i I
(juorge Cra.l, were all bad y Mir:. I.
probably latally. Andrew Dutf,' wis
tossed seventy feet through th j air a id
Cr-.in and Provision.
WT.DXKSDAY. SKIM'KMBK t 1 H'l.
i in-niM "lowly; m-d-Jlm. Wi 5 I -.
Kl.ol.'i: Sti'n ly; XX lu utioiuo. t'J jil
(.ii'ent-. jl.."i t, i.lj.
wiihai' riiini r; No. ; llml,
No. J Ul-.l. li'l l tili:4C.
,n i,.ti v;
Con: - Kiriner; .Mi. t inlxe.l. 47
2 wliitu in x.' 1, 4'.i 1 1 1 v.
Hath.- ) dy; No. 1. -S 4o
Iuk Dull; No. 1. .1:.'c.
Toua'JO i r inu; iui; common to uhoieu
JjI.UJ J,lu.'). leaf; eoniiiiou rod letif, T.'.
lo.uu: iiic-Oiuiu lo irooo t'.'.U 4I7.jO.
II AV Prairi.t tj,'J.i lor prima loehoiej
uew: clover luue-il. 7ii! Jit common o
prime: cuuiee new tiinolhy, f lO.OC'IJ.OJ; tun
Huttkk Firmer: unoicuto tiincy rremiu-rr
21nik): Uairy. cnoiee lo taucy, WiSisj: io
Eoos liull and weak; fresh Stotk, V.U3
Potatoks Qufl, at iloft.lT'ic per bushel.
Pokk Steady; new moss, M.75'ilT.ii.
liAito Volet; primu utemn. T'uT'te.
liACo.N Lonirs. lt)H&lO''o; ktiorls. ll'.j;
Clear ribH, lu4e, nil paekixl.
Wool Xul-wa.sliol. chinoo. iSLUil'io: fair,
27'iVo; (llniry and low ai:M. L'nwaslnxl
Choice medium, -l .:.; irood nvei-aJfo medium
lWWK): milfx'tod uictit Que ISiSlVo; irool av
erage, n,lo; ucaW Mitl'lc: comnniir. 4
Biood, SJyiiu: ootnninir, lo.v irraies. Mai'Ju.
Hi lies Ouint; dry ttim. t.V,c: damaged,
lt!',o: buns or emm. lUe; dry tulLot,
tie: dry 8iilU."l. daiuairel. J'lc; km and
calf, salted, sso; damaged, ii',c; onus mil
tiatrs, 5e; green, uncurud, 7:-,c; ilumatfed,
Shkbp Pei.ts Weak: irreen. 7!i lS"i; dry
do, 4tfifiT"K!., as to Kulo intand iinalliyor wool;
irreen slieurlins. l.'.(i.-)u: dry uo, loitlju;
green laiuu iklim. 3u.-e
Wheat Firmer; No. - It"' I. September,
8ec; Oetober, ST'ie; November, Wic; le
oetnber, Vla; January. lM-.Sc; February,
COIlt Weaker: " Seplembor. Kh-j Oetiber,
82ie; November, Wl'ic; Deeeinber, M',e; Jan
Oats Firmer; September, .'C'je; Oetober,
82c; November, :ti Sc.
Whkat Firmer; September, .,: October,
71V9mSc; Novem per, T'.i Deeembjr.
Oohn Ste.uly; Septemb'-r, 5'iJ4c; iVlober,
MSe; November. 4 ,e; year, !0e; May,
Oats Steady; Scute nb IM'.c; October,
SB)'o; yeur, 24 c; M iv.
FoliK Ijiiwer: .S'ptemb.'r, ?lti..Vi; Oelober,
$l'i.."0; year, ll.; hum r .-. jll.r,:,.
I.akd lll,'li Sep 0'iiher. S'T.'i'i: oelobor,
ITi'TS; November, .lanti.iry, 7.:'5.
Siioiir Kins Seplt-uibei-, f!i.7i; Octotier,
live Stock Karkau.
Catii.b Koeifipls, r,,r,); exports, ta.lO
fa7.0O: irood toeboice, f j.d rrfil.ri i; common to
Wt. fUma-VM: 'ietuiis. WiMi 4."'l. v
SHBKI Keui'lpU. ,'i); slow; common
to noiid. r-'.Siai-S
HiMls lleeeipis. 9,.Vlj o nil I weak;
liKbt packinif. ."i.2ii6l.ul; rouirh piu.-klnir,
J.r).?lri.i.'W lie ivy ii-ie'tin ? and uliiiiplnir, f.70
iftii.O; ifi'U-'ser i. f . i.'i't'i.'.'j.
I I TKILO.
Cati'i.k Mil ket Uill, we.ik und lower: fair
to 10 d s eer-, ."i.ai"'....'ii; liirht liut.'h -rs,
fl.-ir,.(.l.'.'i: yearl n an I l e'.e -s, :l.7fifcl.Sii.
Smkki' Via: -V I d ill and pr.c-s a ulniili loir
er; ceinni il : t r -liei p S.7.Vtil: iroo I to
.h 1 1. . a ") i. Wes;ei m In libs, fa.".:,. 1 Ulr
('una la ! i I' -, .5 ' 1 1.
Iloiis-N a kel Ken, -rally iiMclmnire I. hot
NMU0 sill" il i veiy jriiiid tie.e: Ml -Id.
kriin un I O n" " i ''! I trol to iroo I if a 8er,
4 rsiii 'i.' O: kieol coi n rd inediiims, t'i.l . J
B.S0. I'l'.'S fl.iU'!.!.
KANSAS I ITV.
( a ri M. - '.Nvclds. ;I U; g xmI natives s'ea 'f,
t r.is i Tc.u s c ik uud lower; ouY'i-iii'jH liirui;
I r.s, , t '0.:s.j; irood lo oholee hippilll,
i.i..'i0'ii-ri.S"; cimiiion to medium, f i;
feeile s. t.2 cl.:ir.; cow. d.tifta..-iO, Kras
lex is SICers, a.au,1.2U.
Iln IS Keuoipts, il.100; wea' und slow; -Do
lower; lots of ii" to XA jioiinds avuru-ro,
fi. I '(.'. hu; mainly, fci.R&iM.O i.
MIKKP Heeeliits, l,.1UU; (Uiot; fulr to irood
In .vi r ill jL'.'.i'iiaU.
Money and Stock Market.
Skv mm, (o)le:ntor 10. Monev
ee.it.; e.vchun.o linn; i.ovi i-nmenis inoij'
r cer.-enc, bV, li"T b'd: 4's. coum A
I id I; 4 i'k. do., Ill Si blil. Tlio K e 'iilu' Ion
i mi e .s conlliiues siniill. only B7.i0 sin r s
c i Kiinr baiiils duriiiir the end e imi n, '.
v !i' ep nlnif tho teno whs wink n-i mimih
i I i hi by to mi t -S'litrs, und pr.i d Ii led
I ,.' the I rst ht'f hour ' lo ',. ...iieriln-
ii I lliero, wnuore iii oi l ( I n o ;li"
.... . a. id pi We by neon sho.i o I an a I a - ui
, to t fio ii the lwnt p In-.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japannod Uerlin and A.atc3 "Ware,
IUi tl Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Affent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline und Gas StoveB, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Wows, Chilled Flows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TJJ.KPIIOrJi'i NO. UIO.
Leaders in Low .Vricos.
MEN'S & BOYS'
I'M) Commercial Avenue,
WM. LIIDWiG & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, SacLeLs, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS F0II THE NOVELTY TKUNK.
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.
Win. Ijiidwicr & Co.
FOK SALE. Haydock l'btvtun, new. I lot orlce
$'2iit), for lUj.-lLquirt: of K. A. Burnett, Bullu
FOK SALK Hayilock jnmp noat ftirrey, lint price
$445, new, guild juh, fur 15. Inquire of E A .
FOK .SALE. New Home Sewing Machine rltflit
from the factory, list price $50 for fW. E. A.
FOKSALE.-I offer for sale for f 165 my grey
borfte "Denmark" 6 ye'i old, guaranteed
' nnd, without blemish and gentle enough for a
lady to drive. A. P. bdiRuisuiH.
FOU EttNT Cuhl's residence property, I. e. cor.
-.3 and Holbiook Ave. Fine 2 storr brick resi
dence of 10 rooms, eleifautly fltilrhed in modern
stvle; barn, ouihou ", etc. Larue yard with fruit
nil struwDerries. Kent low to a Kood tenant.
M. 4. IIUWLK7, Agent.
FOK RE NT The large, coniniodlnus slor room
and basement on Levee St., below 8th St., re
cently occupied by N. Ii. Thlcllewood & Bro.
M. J. How lit, Agent.
IpOR SALE. Tent and Oxturei located east aide
Commercial avenue, next door V Wm. l.nd
wlgj cost $500, will be sold cheap. Apply at the
At Auction Valuable Roal Estate
At the front door of the C mrt Honsi-, In Cairo,
Ills., at 2 V. M.,on
WEDNESDAY the 1st DAY of OCTOBER, 1884,
1 will oflurforsaleto the highest b'diler, the lul
lowing, very desirable property, viz: Brick h ise
and lot 34x101) feet, Wanhlnitou avenue, adjoining
Brewerv, block iitt. Dwelling bouse anil lots 33,
3tand35, block 30, Will street. Dwelling boose
and lots 31 and 32. block 7ti, Centre street. Lola
2 and 8. block 40, 1st addition, Poplar street; lot
14, block Irt, 1st addition, near the New York store;
lot block 30, l'Jtli street,
This is vi.t desirable propeity, situated In the
business centres of the city, and now that It Is cer
tain Cairo will speedily nt'come a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoituulty for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TERMS M cash, bal. 0 and 12 months secured
with 8 per cent Interest, or 8 per cent oil' for cash.
1'or further information Inquire of
(. 8. FIDO EON.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
The Regnlar Cairo 4. Padueah Daily
32Si GUS FOWLER
nENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKOE JOBEa. Clerk.
l:vos Piducahfof Ctlro dally (Sunday! except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
lng.leavei Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p. ui
- - CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth street ) Pairn 111
Commercial A vnn ' 11'
ta. b. sm?n.
ISBIBT A. SMITU
(jrand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - ILL,
13G &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete Una of
Liiifii Uouds, Dusters, Kotlous, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Brussels, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full Block of 011 Cloths, all iltei and prices.
All Uoodsj nt Bottom Frloeal
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