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THE DAILY OAlttO BULLETIN: SATUBDAV MOUSING; SEl'TEMBBR 18, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER COUNTY
tKTERKD AT TBS CAIRO P08TOFFICK FOR
-TBiNSMrtSIOlf THBOUOH TH1 MArLa AT
SECOND CLASS RATES.
Capt. Thomas went up the river yes
terday afternoon, to Metropolis, presum
ably. Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
cial. ' tf.
The city council met Thursday night
but transacted only the ordinary routine of
Judge Allen was in the city yesterday.
He reports everything lovely in his part of
Mr. J. 3. Jackson, of.O. II. Jackson &
Co., returned yesteiday from a month's vis
it to his Virginia home.
The oi l C. & V. depot, corner Fourth
and Commercial, is in full bloom azuia.
The institution needs watching.
the tenth street scale Has been re
lieved and the cavity tilieJ up. The
pump is also in full operation again.
A fair will be held at Cape Girardeau,
Mo on Oct. Utu to 18th inclusive. We
acknowledge receipt of complimentary.
Mr. Gregory, formerly acent for the
Chess Carley Co. at this point, but latterly
of St. Louis, passed through the city yester
day for Nashville.
Capt. Oiram XI ill took his wrecking
machine over to Bird's Point yesterday, to
do Home needed work on the Texas & St.
Louis Incline there.
So far as the two central committees
aie concerned, this is turning out to be
more of a still hunt than was the memora
ble campaign of 1882.
Among the winners in this city in the
Louisiana lottery this month are Charley
Youog, $200; Lea Stratton, $200; and
Charly Frank, Sr., $40. Several won
The valise taken from the bnrglar,
Carter, belonged to Mr. C. Wunderlich. It
was a new one, worth six or seven dollars.
The total vaiue of the stolen goo Is will be
enough to make the thief liable to a term
in the penitentiary.
Timothy Mahanney's remains were in
terred yesterday afternoon at Villa Ridge,
several hundred friends escorting them to
their last resting place. Father Murphy
conducted impressive services both at the
church and at the grave.
Ned's houses will not be completed
for perhaps a month yet. They are large
structures and will be neatly finished. A
popular conductor on the S'. Louis & Texas
mad is reported to have applied for
lease of the house, to open a hotel.
The Ideal League has issued invita
tions for a social gathering in celebration
of the opening of the League's new club
room on Washington avenue. The open
ing will take place next Tuesday night,
September 16th. It will be an imposing
The Youog Democrats at a meeting
held Thursdry night, arranged to meet
regularly in Hibernian ball after this.
They appointed several committees, one of
which was to collect marjey due the club,
and the exchequer was plentifully supplied
The upper section of the new Demo
cratic flag pole is at the box factory, all
ready to b. put up. The pole will be
painted red, white and blue. It will be
surmounted by a weather vane six feet
hijib a rooster stunding on a globe, and
an arrow underneath. The halyards will
oe ii wire, 8 ) wm tne guy ropes, ana wire
connections will be made with the ground
as a means of safety against lightning.
Capt Mnelds has called a meeting of
the county central committee fur this af
ternoon. This is the second or third time a
meeting of the committee has been called
within the last month or two without
bringing about any meeting, and there has
been much unfavorable comment among
1) mocrats upon the supposed carelessness
of some of the members of the committee.
Important work is to be done ouiht to
have been done a week or longer ago. Mr.
Albright has been active, and so have oth
ers, out there has been but little enort on
the part of the committees, either congres
sional or county, to bring about gatherings
of the people. There is need of immediate
and energetic action.
Chief Rearden has oucluded to break
up the Jennie Warr.?n ranch on()hio levee,
just above Twelfth street. The determin
ation is praiseworthy, for the ranch in
question is an uly institution in a conspic
uous part of the city. It lug forced itself
on public notice not infrequently in con
nection with disgraceful and lawless dis
turbances and is belavj l to be a hiding
place for dangerous negroes, fugitives from
justice. One of its chief hangers on, a ne
gro named Frank Burnett, is noted as be
ing rascal on general principles. He will
be gotten rid of, and this alone would be
a'l II II I mil B1I1IIU DIIUU II I ll 11 r Willi -lit. Ml
r ------- .
.. wag flnea fJfli ana costs only lhursday,
for assaulting another fellow with a brick
and nearly breaking his arm
A young fellow named Wm. Carter
made things lively on Seventh street about
midnight uight before last, lie went
through the rooms of several young men
in the Winter block, stealing a complete
suit of clothes from Mr. Silks, barkeeper at
the Comique saloon, and seven or eight dol
lars in money from the clothing of Mr.
Scott, express messenger, Mr. Silks de
tected the fellow in hit room and demand
ed to knew what he was doing there, and
the thief answered that he was looking for
hit own room, and went out. From Win
ter'! block Carter went to Capt. Tom Wil
son's residence; but Capt. Wilson discov
ered him before he had gotten into the
house, and captured him. A struggle en
sued and the thief got away, running across
the street into Mr. Bloms' yard, followed by
several shots from Capt. Wilson's pistol.
The shots brought Circuit Clerk Irvin to
the scene, and he brought the fellow out of
the stable on Mr. Bloms' premises and turn
ed him over to Officer Dunker, who had al
so been attracted to the scene by the shots.
On his way to the county jail the prisoner
confessed his guilt and told of a valise con
taining some of the stolen goods, which he
had hidden in one of the stalls in the sta
ble. Search was made and the valice was
found. Mr. Silk's suit of clothes was
found in Capt. Wilson's yard, the thief hav
ing dropped them there when captured by
Capt. Wilson. The valise contained about
half a dozen good shirts, two of them are
marked "C. W." They are in the custody
of Officer Dunker who ts looking for the
owner. Carter is a young fellow. He
came here from Cobden, he says, and has
been for several weeks m the employe of
Mr. C. Wounderlich, the barber below the
Waverly House. He will be attended to
by the grand jury Monday.
The internal revenue department re
ports that the amount of beer which paid
taxes in this country .last year was 588,000,
000 gallons. Adding to this the amount
exported and evading the tax it brings the
total up to about 600,000,000 gallons. This
makes the United States third in the list of
the beer-producing countries of the world.
The number of breweries in this country
does not compare with those of other coun
tries, the breweries here doing the work on
a large scale, while they make two-thirds
aj much beer of the brewers of England,
their number is anly one-tenth as great.
England -makes mure beer than any coun
try in the world, her 27,000 breweries turn
ing out 090,000,000 gallons yearly, while
with 25,000 breweries, makes 900,000.000
gallons yearly. Next comes the United
States, with 3,000 breweries, making about
600,000,000 per annum. Next comes
France, which hts 3,000 breweries as
against 2,093 in Austria and Hurgary,
though the quantity of beer brewed in
France is only 157,500.000 gallons a
against 280,000,000 brewed in Austria and
Hungary. Beligura has 1,250 breweries,
which produced last ye.ir 210,350,000 gal
lons; Holland neqt with 500 breweries, pro
ducing 34,000,000 gallons; Russia with 480
breweries, produsing 68,000,000 gallons;
Switzgerland with 423 breweries, produc
ing only 13,500,000; Denmark with 250
breweries, producing 28,000,000 gallons;
Sweden with 220 breweries, producing 21,-
000,000 gallons, and Italy with 150. pro
ducing 4,000,000. Nowadays from 60,000
to 80,000 persons are engaged in brewing
lager beer throughout the length and
breadth of the Union, and the business
pays internal taxes amoantiog to more than
$18,000,000 pur anuum. The enormous
size of the American breweries strikes those
who examine them as something wonder
Summary af Meteorological KecorJ of
Yesterday Afternoon for this
War Department, )
Washington, Septkmkr 12, 1884. )
Sky clear everywhere. Barometer above
30.- Thermometer betwean 71 and 91. No
rain reported from any point in this dis
inn. ium,ktin uiermomeier stood as
TO... ai ...
iollows at the different hours of the dat;
K'Ten io lt)e diagram below :
74- -6 A.M.
80- 12 M.
74- -6 P.M.
Certainly, With Pleasure.
Ed. Bulletin: Please to correct error in
yours of the 12th inst. To Mrs. L. E. Wil
liamson assisted by the accomplished Mrs.
E. C. Ford, is due the honors placed unon
me at little Dan's birth.lay party.
Walton W. Wkioht,
I uuu'i grocer, JN. JS. corner
I (LI a I IT II a .
rairmnunt avenue, and Ann St., Baltimore,
xr , 1. 1 . . . . .
juaryiauu, Rimes mat 110 bad a neer at.
tack (f acute inflammatory rheumatism
uu ma pains were such tie could not walk.
uer one application of 8t. .Tacoba oil, the
conqueror of pain, he eznerinnrnii ln,m.,i.
iate relief, and wsi able to walk as well as
Royalty Made Olorious by th
Charitable Deeds of a True
He Fours Oat His Money Like Water in Aid
of the Buffering Poor, and Refuses to
Seek Personal Safety in Flight.
Frightful Increase of Fatal Cholera Case
at Naples Astor's Mite A
Rome, September 12. To-day's official
bulletin of the ravages of cholera during
the last tweuty-four hours in various
parts of Italy Is as follows:
Nurue of Town. Fi oh Cases. Deutbi
Naples Province of K
lUTjamo I! H
CuHcrta 25 "
(;e:ioa 50 1
Maud Currant tt 2
I'ttrnm 8 '
ltotfgio Kinilla it 1
Kl.NU IIL'MHKRT'S DEVOTION.
Uomk, September 12. Italy has abol
loh. d the quarantine against cholera on
the French frontier. King Humbert has
given 960,000 for the relief of the cholera
sufferers at Naples. The coudltlou of
affairs at Naples continued to improve
throughout last night. Wooden huts are
building for the ,-helter of the poor and
The apprehended meat famine has been
averted, and the strike of the butchers
has been settled. Fublic assistance is
given to small dealers who have been
ruined by the epidemic. Shops close at
four o'clock, and the city .presents a
mournful appearauce, and strong gloom
prevails. King Humbert declines to
leave the city.
Wm. W. Astor, American Miul-ter to
Italy, has subscribed $1,000 to the fund
for the relief of the cho.era sufferers.
A HO Y A L VICTIM.
Naples, September 12. As King Hum
bert was passing the prison yesterday
the Inmates raised a loud shout, praying
to be set at liberty. Among those dan
gerously ill with cholera is the son of
King Kaiakaua of the Sandwich Islands.
xor si'KKadinu is spai.v.
Madrid, September 12. The estab
lishment of local quarautioe, or lazaretto,
is forbidden throughout Spain, except by
x,r s.. authority of tha Governtneut.
The cholera is nut spreading Two chil
dren died at the lazjretto to-day of a dis
ease suspected to have been cholera. At
Elcbe eight Iresa cases and four uathi
are reported since la-t accounts; at No
veido, seven fresh caes.
Mine Abandoned to At rt a DUast. r.
Wii.kksiuhkk, Pa., September 12
The men employed In the Kuterprise
tnluc, which recently caved in, were or
dered out to-duy by the Supeilntendeot,
another fall of earth beii:g expected
almost any moment. The gas in the
mine is also very foul. Due of the mules,
which escaped from the stable at the
time ot the cave-in, can Le he.ird bray-
log in a distant part of the mine, but
all attempts to rescue it have proved
A Little Senas Would Have Prevented
Sudbury, Mass., September 12. Yes-
teday afternoon Willard Koslar, a lad of
nine, stood in the doorway where his
mother was sitting and aimed over her
head a gun which, unknown to Dim, was
loaded. The charge entered the neck of
Frederick A. Nader, aged eleven, killing
him almost instantly. Koslar was so
overcome with grief that he begged his
lamer to snoot mm.
Acx ety and Bed Tape.
New Brunswick, X. J., September 12.
The Bank Examiner who has been
looking over the affairs of the sus
pended National Bank of this place,
concluded his work this morning, but re
fused to make known anything as to the
condition of the affairs of the bank, say
ing nis report win te omciaiiy promul
gated from Washington wittiin a lew
Taking a New Start
Cleveland, O., September 12. Socie
ty is excited over the elopement of I). J.
Kicks, a well-knovn builder, an 1 Mrs.
Thomas Qulne, wife of a contractor.
Bocks was a man of wealth ami leaves a
wile and lour children. Mrs. Qulne
leaves a bniband and two children. It is
thought the parlies are In Chicago. They
were accompanied by a young married
co u pie uameo uoosou.
Cashier Hlll'a Insurance.
learned to-day that Cashier Hill of the
New Brunswick National Hank paid off
all the County Clerk ollke employes
thtee days ahead of time, arid settled all
nis debts ttie day before his suicide. The
Insurance agents will i,ttv uoUrX.
without content No triy:e has yet been
iouiiu ui iiiB uuveruinent ooud belong'
ing to the Voornei s eaUte.
New Yokk, September 1 The lin
pons oi ury good at the port of New
Jorkforthe week ended to.du wr
$2,832,219, and tie amount inarkfted
fi,'M,W7. The total imports since Jan
uary 1 were IW.OIl.UC. Lriint i'ji r-h .
01 8 for the aarne time lant yttt; and the
amount marketed 9W,2k,M, aiialuat
00,457,813 in IXS3.
yllura for tba Waek.
Nkw Yokk, September 12. The fail
ures during the Inst aeven days, as re-
Portel bT K 0 ,UI, Co inii lot
lows: United Ktsts, l!rt: Canada, 2H;
tout, 220; as agalutt 21 hut week.
Cafualltles are numerous Id tba Pacific
and Western ttiates and the city of New
York, hut light In other sections.
Fire at P.rr, Dakota.
I'jkhiik, Dak., Hepteruber 12. A fir
broke out at 1 :30 this moruioir In Har
den Una.' general storr, burning ,all tba
buildings in the bbxA, I .eladlag the
Klrst National Dank. There I grtal
Hanger of tba whole town being burard.
Type Foundry Boorehed.
Fortaoe, Wis., September 12. Fin
last night damaged the Type Foundrj
Jerst Schierwood Found.
New York, September 12,-HJessU
Schierwood, the missing girl of Nyack,
has been luund here at the Home for the
Sunk by a Steamer.
Boston, Mass., September 12. Tho
r cnooncr Dresden collided yesterday, off
Cape Cod with the steamer Lorenzo
Baker. The schooner sank, but all hands
Killed Hi llan and EaoapML
Nasuvillk, Tkhs., September 12.
Edward Morrow shot and killed James
Kilb'aiu, an old farmer, twelve miles
from Clarksvllle, Teuu., aud then escaped.
The cause of the murder is unknowu.
Jekskyvilxk, Ilu, September 12.
Hon. O. B. Hamilton, a former promi
nent Republican her.-, and one of the
famous "800" Grant delegates at Chicago
In 1880, Is aunouueed by the Democrat
to speak for Cleveland and Ueudrlcis on
the 20th Inst.
Under Which Kiagt
Fittsbl'kgii, Fa., September 12. Fif
teen of the largest oil refiners in the
country are meeting here in secret fees
sion. They are very reticent, but It has
leaked out that the object of the gather
ing is to strengthen their fight against
the Standard monopoly.
A Still TvUffua BUkaa a Wiaa Head.
Hot Si'KiNGS, Akk., September 12.
The Corouor's Jury last night exonerated
T. C. Toler, Chief of Police, lor the kill
ing ot Ed. Howeb lust night. The testi
mony showed that Howell while drunk
had made threats against the life of
rnii.ADKi.piiu, Fa , September 12.
The United States Kiectrical Conference
here discussed the aubject of adopting
the word "watt" as a .-tandard of the
measure of power. After some discus
sion it was agreed to suggest to the Gov
ernment the "watt" as the unit of elec
The Salvation Army Trouble.
Amstkkdam, N. Y., September 12.
The Salvation Army continues to create
disturbance here, defyiuj the l:iw for
bidding parades with music. Tuw.is.
people mobbiU I he in one night this w -ek
aud wrecked the barrac. More trouble
1 f.-urcd. The band dec. arc their Inten
tion ol continuing their parades.
11U1MV, t-Kl '1'K.M I; Kit V, IK .
duiu tnd l lovmious.
lws Slewly ; id UiliMrf. ,o
Fuilh Steu ly . XAA 10 cuoico. fJ.uUi3K
putent't. H Lv4i. 16.
UhAr Firmer: No Hod, 7ViTi'io;
No. J tlel. J- U.Vc.
Cons- Wc..k.-r; n. 1 inucl. 17 iVij. So.
i wnite mixvd, 4H ,ii.:,c.
Oats Weaker; .So. 2. itdM'io.
Kvk Dull; .No. i. 51 i..c.
Tobacco t inn: ius; coin:non to choice
f6.U041u.UU; leaf: common rod leaf, flS4
lU.uu: me'lium to koou lu.UJiilT.'U.
Hav Prairie s.uj.uu lor prime tochotoe
new; ciover mixed. "iM tor common to
prime: choice uev timothy, fl0.0OULi.0u: fan
cy, f i2.5o-4la.Uu.
HDTTait nnner: cnoiceto tancr orvamerr
VHiMc: dairy, choice to tancy, ll&Mo; low
Eoos Active; iresn stock, liaiuiic tier
PoTATOas Quiet, at 30&37V4O per bushel.
Pork Steady; newmesi. l.)!jlfl.75.
Lard Quiet: prune sieain. 7VT'4C.
Hacos LoniM, iuH'Jlu c: tborta. ll'ic:
Clear ribs, lusc, all packed.
wool ruu-wannetf. choice. apgLxmc: fair.
K't&too; dtiifry ana low ziuc'X. Unwashed
Choice medium, ZY'iSic; irood average medium
ivrsajc; selected iiifQt nao jsij; (fool av
erage, ItwsiTo; heavy litflbc: combm.
biood. zl(sc: comuiPR, low prates. IStfrsu.
IS'to: Dun or stato. 10c; dry suite 1.
13c: dry miuxi, dainawd. lie: kip and
calf. SditQl. sa; damatriyl, 6 4c; oui and
Slags, 61ic; gmun, uncured, 7',c; damatred,
Shep Pki.ts Weak: pro'm. 75t85o; dry
do, Vtit'oc, as to amount and quadty 01 wool;
Kreen inearunirt. kjc: ury 00, Wttloa;
green laiou tklria, 'AMUtnt.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 lUfd, cpteinber,
85'ic; Ottitw.-r, c; Novemher, 8c; l)e
cemljer, WJkc: January, WU'.c; February.
Ki4c: May, W.
i.oks weaker: epu.'!nter. 80ic: fhtlier.
b9c; Noverntjer, Wc; DccemtMsr, 6l'ie; Jan
uary. ve: .ti ay, :.
Oats Lower; Septemlier, 31S.c; Oulober,
81!ic; November. ble.
Whbat Weaker: Hcptember, 7iVjc; Octo-Ix-r,
7B,lc; November, 7V,c; Ducumber,
Coks Lower: September. .Vfn; October,
SOSe; November, ii;; yi-nv, i; May, MS,
Oath Firmer: f-.eptemb t, 4 Vc; Oi:tot'ir.
Uo; November. 2.V4C; year, U ic; May,
poitK-Illirhi-r; Sept'n!x:r, tlrt.V); October,
tl.S0: year. 111. iliJa u iry. f II. 4.1.
Laud liwer; Sep e uiier, 7. 17 '4 : October,
$7.17't; NoveiiitH!!-, '..u7'i; DccfiiilKjr, 7.1 iv4 ;
r-HDKT Kin Septemtxir, , fa.VJ; October
Live Stock Market.
Hons- Itccelpti. Mk active and llrm; liifht
lirht piiekiiiir, f. '1.2.1 'VI. m; rouirh Diickintf.
fi',.iVt.i.to: heavy paokimr an I ulilpplntf, fl.lrt
.'atti.B IliM'ClplM. 5,5 1); brlhk: fxixirlN,fS 59
&7.UO; koo1 to eholi'if ulnpplnif, KtVlM
to fa r, .4Vfrl.; 'lexaiiH, VWb
UikOod, 2Jf4.S .
1,.V)'j; S'e.idy; coin non
Ill KH 1,1).
(,'atti.k Market lull: fair to uo id :oer,
f.1.3) "'.; ""l "'ii-inre, i.ii,i.,'; year
.!U and Htociier. f:i.75il.icv.
M1KKI' Market II I I eulllllKiII 10 r tl.r he I),
?..Vtij K''l ' I' ' o ; f:ii"3 5i; Weniern
lambH. W. J'H Hiiielii lnnlM, $h'LV.
IIixim I'lieliMfuel; .Ml'l.ltim mil O'llo
I.VTi 'W; lipM to K''l k a er, fi.W.w,
iroo l corn f'l mediiiiiie, M I 'i,1.10; piga,
L'ATTI.K Itecelpt. l,l; tlulivet Steady!
Teins a tuinue niKiier; espuria, tn.uw.w,
Kowl to choire fhippiiiK, T U'SS.ai: c Miiiiinn
U meiliiim, ii.')0(fc-').:i; fpeilcia, ft. 5 ftl.W;
uriiM ' ex i leor, f.l.SXH it.
Himin lluoolplft, ifi; Mrmer; lOo
hlKi.cr; lolt of i to -us ixiumlit avuraxo,
ir,.i.MA. H.1: inaituy, i.fk-i',.(.
KlIf.KI' Ileeeipti4. 4U): iili'ut; liai04 80 to
101 poii' iH a.4T.lf 2W ..I.
Moij. y end fttock Market
N.w Viiiik. S utemlinr 12. Mony easy
't.iii:2 tier unit, ai Imnjfo nb-adv and un-
iinini n I (loveriiini n no ady ; curie icy S's
17 i.l.i: cmiiion lai'ildl: 4't. do. II
bvl: market dull i n ' weak. ThiiH fur al the
Ume Of wr.lli' tu' .,wei pr.ee thin inoro
Inv eiinenl weie ut li e ' lielllrlir Mil' k"t II n
Ulili-d, but t'lbi (iieni n'fi-ni t- to toll some
tUM-.k. i.imih l ih i who'e I ' o .viukeii. and
uriim itiMllmid aim ml led ly. Trices uow
ibow a decline of io l-.
WM.. M. DAVIDSON,
STOTES, -:- BANGES, -:- TO,
Japanned I3erlin and Agate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline mi Gas Stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 ft 33,
TELEPHONE NO. SO.
MEN'S & BOYS'
130 Commercial Avenue,
WM, . LUDW1G & CO.,
PT. JUNE 17th, '
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and
S0IE AGENTS FOE
Repairing done on Short Notice io their
ces Letore purchasing elsewhere.' The largest
F OK SALE. Haydock Pbeton, new. lut orlce
tK for f Uj.-Iujaire of B. A. Burnett, Bulle-
FOK SALE Haydock Jomp-icat turrey. not price
U new, gaod Job, fur Inquire of E A.
.""OK SALE. New Home Sewing Machine right
' from the factory, list price $50 for . K. A.
FOR SALE. I efTcrfor lale for 1165 my grey
horae "Denmark" 6 vein old, iruariuteed
und. wituont a blemiBb and gentle enough for a
lady to drive. A. P. toiBoEDiR.
FOR ERNT Cnbl'i reaidence property, e. cor.
Hand UolUrook Ave. Fine 2 etor, brick reai
dence of 10 roome, elegantly AMi-hcd In modern
ityle; harn.onthou en. etc. Large yard with rrutt
aud Btrawnerr.ea. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. 4. HOWLKT, Ageni.
VOH RENT The lare, commodlnua atore room
" and baaement on Levee at., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by N. U. Tbltlewood & Bro.
FOR SALE. Tent and Bxturet locatrd eaat aide
Commercial avenue, next door to Wm. Lid
wig; coatim will be aold cheap. Applj at the
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of the U iurt House, In Cairo,
Ilia., at tt P. M., on
WEDNESDAY tho Ut DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I willoflerforaaleto the hlKheat bld-ler, the (ol
lowing, wry dealrable property, viz: Brick hjnae
and lot 34x100 feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, block !W. Dwelling hoitae and lots 38,
ttandSS, block SO. lit h atrcet. UwellinK bouae
nrf ).i xl nri XI. block 7!). Centre street. Lota
3 and S. block 48, lat addition. Poplar street; lot
14, block 18, lat addition, near the Hunt ora eiure-,
lot S!4, block 80, 12th atreot, ,,
This Is very deairable prope.ty, altuated n the
bualneaa centres of the city, and now that it Is cer
tain Cairo will speedily Become a ureat railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoitunity lor
lnveatment not likely to occur auain.
TERMS K cash, nal. and 12 months secured
with 8 per cent interest, or per cent off for cash.
For further Information Inquire or
O. 8. PIDQEON.
M. J. H0V7LEY, Agent
Dr. HENRY SLADE
will lecture at
Sunday, September 14
10:30 a m. and 7:3 -p.m.
On my experience ai a Medium In thli and tbe
t o country giving an acconntor tie lamous Lon
don trial anaf investigation In tbe Hpinted 1'heno
menon with Profetsor Zollner, the eminent sci
entist. rrAdralalon 25c. Children free. Tickets to
morning lecture good at night.
- - CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
LARGEST VARIETY OF
THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Line of BusinefS. Examine goods iod pri
stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"VVm. Ludwic & Co.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest v'ariet" Stcck
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Zot. Nineteenth stree 1 Ppirn III
Onmmercial Avenue' 011l II
IAS a. SMITH.
attain i. shits
Grand Central Store.
CJIKO. - ILL
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
DRY GOODS, .
Linen Hoods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Braasali, Taper
tries and Ingrain j
A fall Hock of Oil Cloths, all iliss and prices.
All ttooda at Bottom Prloeal
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