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THE DAILY UAIKU BULLETIN ; SUNDAV MOKJNlNU, SEPTEMBER 14, 1884.
IUKSALE - HHTdofk I'baton. new. lift Price
" for am.-Inquire of K. A Bnrnctt, Bnlle-
VOH 8 ALL-Uaydm Jamp-etrat lurrey. Mat price
I $.ms. nfw,gnil job, for$IM. Inquire of K. A.
L'OK SALK. New Home Sewing Machine right
l1 from the factory, list price $.) for , . A.
POR8ALB I effet for eale for $lfi5 my grey
I home "Denmark" h yeire old, guaranteed
und, without a hlemieh and pentle enough for a
I idy to drive. A. 1'. tfi hroidm.
VOH RB.NT -Cunrarceidenca property, a. e, eor.
" a and Uulb'ook Ave. Fine 'iatory brick reel
dinceoflfl room, elegantly flulrhud in modern
ivle; harn.onthou et. etc. Large yard with fruit
tod atrawberriei. Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. J. HOWLS T, Agent.
.1! REST The large, cooiiuodlnui more room
and bacement on Levee at., below 8th it., re
cently occupied by N. H. Thlitlewood & Bro.
M. J. 11owi.it, Agent.
1Oll SALK.-Tenl and Hxturee located eaetide
Commercial avenue, next door to Wm. Lnd
wig; coftfMO. will be aold cheap. Apply at the
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the Iront door of the Ciurt House, In Cairo,
III., at i P. M.,1111
WEDNESDAY the Wt DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
1 will oflur for rale to the htsheat bidder, the fol
lowing, very denirablo property, via: Brick honee
and lot&4xlOO fuel, Washington avenue, adjoining
llrewerr, block 38. Dwelling botme and lota S3,
,5i and H5, block 30, Uth atreet. Dwelling bonee
and lot' SI and S2. block TH, Centre atreet. Lots
i and S. block 4rt, lt addition, Poplar atreet; lot
It, block is, lit addition, near the ?ew torn store;
lot block Sii. V.'tii Ktreet.
TMUvlt deoirable propeity, tituated In the
buainra centre of the city, and now that It la cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a treat railroad
and commercial cltv, presents an oppoitnnlty for
iinv.tm'ut not likely to orcnr sirain.
TKKMS H cash, hal. 6 and I J months secured
with 8 per cent interest. orS per cent oif for cash.
I or rurtber iniorniauon inquire oi
O. S. PIDGEON.
M J. HOTLEY, Agent.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phelps returned
FriJay from a visit of several weeks to
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and com'mer
Jefferson club No. 10 is to meet at
Messrs. Birclay Bros Ohio levee office to
Mr. Tb. Katw his opened a feed
sMe in fait ne hoae on Washington ave
nue above E;re'h.
T:? F:tPjrtfv oC:.r w'.l! met at
Hrr:Vrr a in Cairj wiU
j-r I'M ':i v.wz'i.
k i'.i! in -rmt m "-as i:.x
" tr: t t . ian rr -tirt j ?-;tiJ5.
-.Min Tin. K Zur.Lw ts'2 rvi u a-'."..-liiiit
ti r.nuin.nui- 'i:L zut tr-fiunii!
Ti.-m Htaii ii-iibj' ffiuiilM.'"; if. 3 :IU' J- nr
.uui Z. T. luilKt" . ii! tiif tr.uu m
in nit uiiur., mst-:f. Ilirmijjt Ikjti ywner
utv itj: li-trr:t:i3s, o iittuii fcuiiuw av
' rref.'i imt iron fiprinp
luiit yfjtcvr.n, tjfhriii;; rati; a van- wwhti
t int. Ii in- u'); i'ft!t nltt (iurui.' ii m-
."u'.'u't Cirevhirci v uk btnt 'it tUt WJ
ytiU-: itr m Li trry hvuit. 2ut Alltb
at H-j8r prk, ka4 oratw of
l)j aot forget that Dr. Slade lectures
ut Temperance Hall this afternoon and to
iiiulit. lie will not fail to interest those
who may hear him. .
Judge Broas returned yesterday from
Arkansas, where he had been tor over a
week attending his brother, who was dan
Iterously aick with intermittent fever.
News from Mr. Chas Mason is to the
cffL-ct that he is not improved as much as
he would like to be. lie is still at Empor
ia, but will leave there to-morrow for Colo
rado Springs, for a brief stay.
The steamboat inspector were expect
ed to arrive yesterday from Memphis, to
inquire into the cuuse and responsibility
of tne collision between the transfer steam
ers Mortj tu und McOmb several days ayo
A negro named Monroe Jackson as-
faulted another on the lower incline with a
knife hift evening, threatening to kill him,
unlets he pid a debt he' owed him (Jack
sou). Officer McTiuo arrested Jackson,
and Magistrate Comings lined him 10 and
Mrs. Mary Putnam, mother of the
popular actress, Katie Putnam, desires to
sell two lots she owns in the lower part of
the city. She will be hero during the last
week of this month to entertain any propo
sitions of would-be purchasers. See spec
--Next mouth the community will wit
ness several weddink's that will awaken
profound interest. The parties are all peo
pie who are popular aud known to every
citizen here prominent sociably or in( a
business way. We are not at liberty to
give names as ye'.
Pursuant to a call from Capt. Shields,
chairman, the county Democratic central
Committee met yesterday afternoon and re
solved immediately to goto work aud do
B imething. A club is to be irganizod in
each ward and a grand rally is to be had
on or about the 20th insta it. G d
Docs it not seem somewhat atrange,
that, though it was understood from the
first that the times and places for the pro
posed joint discussions between Messrs Al
bright and Thomas should be agreed upon
by the two congressional central commit
tees, the Democratic committee has not
bien consulted in the matter at all?
Last evening as the Mobile b Ohio
passenger train was about to go down the
lower incline to be taken acrosa to East
Cairo, one of the coaches jumped the track
near the bead of the incline and fell over
on its side. Three negroes were inside the
coach, but neither was hurt and all clamber
ed out of the windows. The train was de
layed some hours. .
Hodges Park had a big day yesterday.
Although no arrangements had been made
for a special train, a large number of Cairo
itei were there, going up in buggies and on
the regular train. Judge Black was to
have addressed the multitude, but he was
not present, for some good reason, doubt
less. But there were other speakers who
made up, partially at least, for the disap
pointment, and held the large audience to
gether for several hours iu the afternoon
and at night. A fair estimate places the
number of those present at ten hundred.
A very attractive feature of the occasion
was the barbecue, to which all did lull jus
tice, without price.
There wore sixty or seventy vehicles at
Hodges Park yesterday, from all parts of
the county. The audience was a mixture
of Republicans and Democrats, Prohibi
tionists and Greenbackurs, aud all were en
thusiastic in their applause of the speakers,
particlarly Mr. Albright. Hon. F. M.
Youngblood made a splendid speech; so
did Judge Allen. The regular afternoon
narrow gauge train was detained an hour
for the accommodation of those who went
up fnm here in the morning. There was
more than plenty of the best kiud of eating
and refreshments there and everybody was
served. It was, all in all, one of the most
successsul afTtirs of the kind of this cam
paign, and if all meetings from now till
election day are equally profitable for the
Democrats, this district will be redeemed
from the party of dishonest leaders by an
Says Barton in his Free Press, "Wa
say in all candor to the Sun that there is a
sore spot in the hearts of two thousand Re
publicans in this congressional district that
will be sensitive as long as Mr Thomas
continues to be a candidate a sore spot
that will not bear much irritation." But
Barton is probably mistaken. Jno. Reeves
has returned to the fold, is again promin
ent in the counsels of the party and in close
con muoioc with those who but a year ago
haled hi a and heaped fierce anathemas upon
h: b'.l tri. Even the fierce and festive
Wt. Sco:: '.infra lovtcg'j about the port
ly ;ris cfCapt. Thorn a, suing Lr place
ki'i flr. AtJ bow that Barton, Revs
ai : ?ck; ire at tit tr:uj;b aain, who is
ft'trt mi L:: tai cczrz ltd fret and
iir.? 7-:. ilt iriiitt l;ait.-s of tie p-artj
'inn ftrr.hiiiiir rxtt tirz'Zf.ttT k-vely and
Trt.ntn mailt l.t a tt tr'r V:ri of HI
Jit. MdiKiiL I8t'ib, Prt'Llbrbr t.aisi
luur'lor Guiir'-ytH in ft. if district, tu in tit
ci". vesurcim, mij Suvti-aH Iti E-nJJms
vni t mat. He it- rtatiup a csxrhaf t-f tie j
liUK-tr uii a vmr nr. :vvozzr.ts u.m-
m'J tt tit iilv.iiw! TSrtera, cr tie leaders
tf til ;-trj ;o lit pritcipal cities of his
di!rkt. He will probably not make any I
t;edii to public gatherings, because it
would be difficult to bring any considera
ble number of Prohibition voters together
at any one place. Mr. Davis is a farmer
and miller, and a gentleman of agreeable
presence and manner, well educated and an
energetic worker but he labors under the
strange hallucination that the manufacture
and sale of liquor, not the excessive use of
the stuff, is responsible for drunkenness
and its attendant evils; that the root of
drunkenness Is in the distillery, not in de
prived or misguided human nature, in the
bar room, uot at the fireside; and he be
lieves that "Prohibition," so called, will
prohibit. Mr. Davis does not entertain
any very confident notion that he will be
elected, but he will, nevertheless, make an
The Charleston Courier seems to con
eider it a stand-off between the Cairos and
the Charleston base bull clubs, so far hs the
introduction of outside talent is concerned
in last Monday's match game in this city.
In this particular the Courier is right.
Both clubs had outside talent and on this
score the Cairos have no ground of c m-
plaint. But the wrong cam in here: It
was understood that both clubs should be
ama'iei'H clubs, and while the Cairos ad
hered to this understanding honorably, th
uiarieston club shamelessly violated it.
The Cairo club was and is composed ex
clusively of ainateur players in the strictest
sense of the term it docs not contain
a single player that does not depend upon
other employment than base ball for a liv-
. rt' I .1 t . tit 1 r.
ing. ine uiarieston ciuonirea tour men
who are paid from two to three thousand
da liars per year to do nothing but play
base ball and confine themselves even to
special parts in that. This alone is a vir
tual acknowledgement by the Charlestons
of their own weakneas and inability to cope
with the Cairos, and it was a dirty trick in
view of the understanding that existed be
tween the two clubs. Their refusal to pay
their hire!ings after they had done the
work so well, i s entirely consistent with
their treatment ot the Cairos. The Cairo
club, composed exclusively of sraateuis
and composing but two members not resi
dents of the city, is prepared to play any
amatkok club in the country, from Maine
to California and from the lakes to the
gulf, and there are those here who wi
wager ubbrallt on their ability to come
out of the coutest victorious. And as for
Charleston, she can get a match game here
wun iny Kind or a club she can scrape to
gether, and there are cnniioh rumrtni;
here to buy their whole town, which says
that they will be sent home with a basket
I ' tjsBD "'b " pr.ze pumpKins.
LET THE SLAUGHTER GO ON
So Say the M )mb3ra of the Ooaaoi
to the Butcher-Admiral
The French Fleet Supposed to Eavi
Gone to Po-Ohili The Wounded
English Officer Dying.
Reports From Italy Show the Ravages o
the Cholera to bs Still on the
TO KESl'MK OPKKNS1VE OPKRATIOX8.
Paris, September 13. At the council
ot ministers held to-day It was decide I
that operations against China be carrlet'
on to a satisfactory conclusion; that no
further loan la required to meet the ex:
peases necessary to such anuodttrtaklug,
and that Admiral C urbet be ordered tc
resume offensive demonstrations Im
mediately on the arrival of troops, whieb
have been sent to reinforce him. The
question of convoking the Chamber o)
Deputies In order to obtain their sanction
was not raised.
Foo Chow, September 13. A dispatch
just received sayst MaUon anchorage
has beeu deserted. The French fleet has
left, but for what destination is uot defi
nitely kuown. One rumor says the fleet
has gone to the gulf I'e-Chill. If this be
true it is a most significant movement,
as it will be Immediately off the province
of Pe-Chtli, In which I'ekin is situated.
Another says Admiral Courbet left to de
stroy the Chinese vessels that have left
their porU and put to sea.
The English officer of the Zephyr, who
was wounded bv the Chinese at the Kim
pal forts which tired on the Zephyr, is
Napi.ks, September 13. There were
2S7 deaths from cholera ollkially reported
to-day, which would indicate an increase
for the last twenty-lour hours as com
pared with the death rate of the previous
Serious Accident to a State Coach
Poktlam", Ore., September 13. On
TuesJay the stage running between Lake
view and Jacksonville, Oregon, upset
near Dcadman's Creek. Xinetueu pas
sengers were in the stage at the time,
four of whom were ladles. All were
more or less Injured. The ladles alt sus
tained severe injuries. Two are believed
to be fatally hurt. Several men also had
broken legs and arms. The stage cap
Mzed near the creek, and narrowly es
caped rolling down the steep embank
ratnt into the stream. The team became
fribtred, and tore loose from thestae,
itavisig it near the edje of the biuff. The
raa.t to tie p&sens:rs would have been
frUiiuui bad it team remained attached
to te cs;-izd retiic.e.
Scm Un.on Pac fi: Information.
Siw Yokk, September 13. The follow-
lo was received by a prominent bank
ing bonae whose friends are largely In
terested in the Union Pacific Road:
Gentucme.v In answer to your com
munication I would state that to pay all
the fixed charges and taxes, the amount
due the United Slates under the Thur-
roan act; to pay all sinklug fund chirges,
and pay an aunual dividend of 7 per cent,
on the stock, requires $'.150,000 net per
month. The land sales this year, to Jmy
1, amount to 2,425,0'JB acres equal to
Signed ' Jay Gould.
A Costly Blase.
Norkistowx, Pa., September 13. The
two main buildings of the Montgomery
Oil Works hero burned this morning.
The fire was caused by the explosion ot a
lantern in the distillery. The fire burned
six houses, and caused a total loss of
940,000, upon which there was no Insur
ance. The works were owned by Win.
Slammer. Last November the same
works were destroyed by tire aud re
built. Dnv in to Suicide,
Ua'ltimokk, Mi., S'ptembcr 13 The
police discovered Wilhelin Anderson In
a dying condltl n in an oj.eu lot, with
two pistol shots in hl-i brtast. Clenched
lu his hau 1 was a large revolver. From
letters found in his p ,Cnel it was ascer
tained thit ho laU-iy nu-t wlib liu-ltitss
reverses whlcU greatly depressed him.
He kept up, however, until his wife be
came ill, and h; cou d uot witness her
i-ufferiuus without being ab e to relieve
her. He cuunot live.
A Land Mark done.
UniKGKPOKr, Conn., September 13.
A large gristmill, owned by George Cook,
was burued this morning. Loss, $10,
000; no insurance. The mill was built
Killed While Drank.
St. Johns, Mich., September 13.
Fred Jackway, returning from a spree
this morning, was struck by a train and
The report telegraphed over the coun
try to the effect that President Arthur
was seriously ill, is denied by Mr. Phil
lips, private secretary, who says Mr.
Arthur is well and hearty.
Kiug Humbert of Italy has glvea $80,
000 for the relief ot cholera sufferers at
Nap es. Aud ha dec'lncs to leave the
city while tbore Is so much suffering and
gloom among his subjects.
The Emneror of Qerminv. in uu..
conferring the Order ui Merit upon file-
niarcK, pays a granu inouie to tne latter's
iblllty, and refers with pride to what he
has done for the Fatherland.
Over 22,000 people attended the State
fair ot West Virginia yesterday at Wheel
ing. There was a long racing pro
gramme, and among the hyrses were
some of the best iu the country.
Kxcitcmenl among the river coal miners
in I'ennavlvaoia naa Deen revrvtd, on ac
count of the arrest of one of the strlksrs
by officers In the employ of tbe opera
tors. It Is feared this will precipitate a
slfflcu ty, as the strikers are much
Good-bye, O d Man.
Nkw Yokk, September 13. Moroslul
wtnse daughter eloped, has sold his
horses and other property, and Is golnp
to 1. ave fur Europe in fifteen days.
A Manufacturer Killed.
Ai.kxam)KIa, Va., September IS. E
p. Kobe its, proprietor of the Cameroi
Mills, while riding this mornlug wai
struck by the cars and instantly killed.
CiiK ACo, III., September 13. Thomas
W. Kyan, one of the best known cou
etubles In this county, dropped dead this
morning in Justice Prindivllle's court
room on Clark street.
Killed by a Fall.
KociiESTKit, N. Y., September 13.
Wiu. Warner, a nephew of II. U. Warner,
and a prominent youug society man, fell
from tbe third story balcony of tbe new
National Hotel at 8:30 this morning, aud
was almost Instantly killed.
Mattoon, III., September IS Bar
ney Cunningham, a young man,
was killed by a passenger t aln on the
Illinois Central at Doran's crossing, three
miles north of here this morning, lie was
druuk, and satdowu on the (rack to wait
for tbe train to take him to work.
A Mother's Quest.
Nkw Youk, September 13. Mrs. D.
F. Wardell, of South Norwulk, has asked
the aid of the police iu finding her
daughter Sule, age I seventeen, and her
companion, Llllle Waterbury, aged six
teen, who rau away from home yester
day, aud are supposed to be in this city.
The alarm was sent to all precincts.
Shot Down at Her Door.
Bkavkr Dah, Wis., September 13.
Yesterday Mrs. Hugh W. Hughes, who
lived on a farm ten miles from here In
Elba, Dodge County, while stand ug la
front of her residence, was shot bv some
unknown person, from iho effects of
which sbo died in a few hours. Khe was
about seventy years old.
Brokj Ja 1.
Hacink, Wis., September 13. Louis
C'bristlauson, charged with murder;
James Mullen, a burglar, and John
Stewart, a forger, escaped ftom the
County Jul! lat tiisht. A hole six feet
deep was dug under the north wall of the
jail, through which tbe three men crawled
Daath in a Cjal Shaft.
WiUKsiuititK, Pa., September 13
Two men, Johii Harrlsou and Michael
Cully, engaged in sluking a shaft for the
Pennsylvania Coal Company at Port
liiancbard, met horrlb'e deaths this
morning. The rope attached to the
basket in which they were lowered
broke, precipitating them to the bottom,
a distance of 175 feet, killing them ii
stantly. MAUKKT HEPOltTS.
Grain and Provisions
!ATTK1AY. SEPTEMHEK M, ISM.
Cotton Sfca'IVi Ul'dlliiiir. OS Ml
Futon Steady; X&X UJ etiokaj. (j..V) l3).
WiiaAf Lower: No. i Ked. Tl;i siWie:
No. 1 Had. 6IVj;-"40.
Cous Weaker; No. 2 mixed, 4"'47'iu; No.
! wbite mixed, 4So.
OATS-Kinn. r; No. 2. ai'iUO
Kra Dull: No. i. Uio.
Tobacco Kirm; luirs; common to ehoioe
lii.UOiilU.uU: loaf: common red leaf,
KJ.UU: medium to irood !.00'317.ij0.
Hav Prairin Mnjeu.U) tor prime to choice
new: clover mixed. 75 tor common n
prime: choice new timothy, $10.lXK&12.U0; fan
liUTTSR f irmer: cnoicelo tanor creamery
aXfri-c: dairy, clioicv to tuuoy, I'tl'-SM: low
koos Active; irt-an stock, tJJc pur dozen.
Potatoks Quiet, at iWjTHo per busheu
Pork Steady: newuieaa. f ltt.S0tfl6.7a.
Lakd yulet; crime ateum. 7!c.
JdACOH Lonirs. KiViClU .o: short. MUn-
clear ribs, lu-c, all packed.
wool ruo-wanno J. cnoioe. iilWJKc: fair.
ttfaXto; dlmry an l low zoiciW. L'nwathGd
Choice medium, i:l(SJc; (rood average medium
nn$3Jc: wiiecreu nirnt nne invivo; jrool a
enure, lft6l7o; heavy H'itOc: comtiinir, H
uiO'Mi, 2i(o-uc: coinuii'v, low irraiea. itiiaiij.
Hiobs uuiot: dry Uim, 1540: damairel.
12 'io: buna or ftairi. lOo; dry Mitel.
12o: dry aalted, damaged. Ik): kin and
calf, salted. S'to: damaged, H',c; buus anl
I'uirj, 61io; grueii, uncured, 7'4o;' damajrod.
Subbp Pslts We.ik: irro,-n, :5 JS5-3; dry
do, WrATSc., aatoaino i itanl uniltyo w,tjj
(rreen shearlinifH. Utib'kr. dry do I0-6lo:
green iamr ikiiir. ftu.ax
m:w r niK,
Whkat Lower. No. S ll., Sincm'ii'r.
Htu; Oet-iher, Miio; Novjin ier. s?',"), le
t'O'lN - -alter; tw;t 'iii'ior, :
5U'o; Nnvi-Mibor, fiv-; lieecu'ie:
Oat t- end ; ' e aber, :ll '4e
"0 -: .'a:i-
c;ih: v io
WllKAf Loner: e iteiii'ii;.-
, .-: e ' cti-
ber 7l'k s: N v. m
.t '.': U ' j ll! r.
(John Kii 111 r: Se itp.u 1 -r. .'.Ic i.oi).-,
5I'-:C: Novemliei-. Il' .c; ve i-, ;M ; Vny IS ;.
Oais Kir uer; Sopn- uti -r, ".!; t i':,nl -r,
2.r',o; No.emlx r, ,.fi jc; o.n-, U4c; Ma,
I'oiiK HUrher: S-pt.- ir(.p. f7.mi; nc 01 r,
$10.75; year, 1 Lift:. Ml U iry, fll.:ei.
Lkd I-ower: tScp e uljer, 7 07'J: ) a-ihor,
$7.07': November, ;.oi; .luni uy, t7.iKS.
SHOHT Kills September, tll.VI; October,
Live Stock Market.
Hons Receipts, 4,005; nnehanired and 60
hiirher; lhrht pucklnn, .r.i"itl.l.1; roiitrh pack
ing, W.Sfr"i.7u; heavy paokiiitr ami nulpplnir.
t:A'iTi. KoePiprs, i,i; M oinf; exjiorta
$fl.5trt7.lll: wool to choice Khuiiiiiiir, $tl.0iif(j
H.fm: lomnioti to far, l.Kiti.8j; Texiins,
toiiood, .'."& I. "
Hhkkp iteceipis, s:eady; com. non
1,1 ir a 1,0.
liilii'n v . , ...ii ivj HJ Bittern,
IS.SO-l&i; light but -h irs', fl.26il.75; year
lings and Rtuckoi-H, H.76AI.M.'i,
rSHKite Market dull: common to fair nhoep,
2.7'43i good to choloi, M 2.V3.5 1: Western
lambs, W.WiH l; Cniiada lainb, 610.
Hooh L'nchiinged; Mlehiati and Ohio
r.r.7iH; light to good g a-8i'r-, M.5IKA5.U0;
giHid oorn fed mediums, fil.lVicH.40; pigs,
Catti.k Ituecdpts, 4.S00; l(k liighur; Bii
ply chl.irly graa Toina; export, 6.tvn).;iii;
irood to clioloe chliplng, fi.tO'tri.Rji ootnmon
to medium, f(..WY:f.Ui; feediu-8, $4. 6i4.tU;
sow, Sl(t.(.ri! grilM Tex ah Hlciim, f.'l.3Ji4.2a.
Moos ItecelptH, ,5ik; tlrnior; lOo
higher; lotn of iMi to !tx itounda avorage,
iMOdii.iMj; mainly, $.vmva.r..7)l.
Bhhkp Ituuclpts, HH); atea ly and un
Ohangid. Mon :y and Htook Market.
Nkw Vohk, 8 'ptJ-mlier 13. Stocks pnni4
irm apd adva-io d 't to S, but noon after
vad a weaker feeling set n And the Improi -ne
nt nat o-it. Market eonilnuu-i dull.
Money, 12 per rent.; bar a Iver, lm. The
Itook inatknt a weaker durlmr (he last
Sour, many nharet selilng at lowcnt prices
1884 - F - : - A -
DEY GOODS HOUSE
Finest Exhibition of Reliable Dress Goods ever
made in tins city! Styles more attrac
tive and prices lower than ever!
We desire to t all special attention to our DretH (Joodi Department, which
contains all the new t hings in French, English and Domestic manufacture. We
have an attractive lin of plaids and p ain eff cts to match. Ureat Kargains in
Black and Colored Silks at 80, 75c and $1 00. Only selliiitf Hgents In this city
orthe Celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens, the finest good iu the world. Extraor
dinary bargains in Black Silks and lihadams. During this week we shall take
special paius to exhibit the new styles to all ca'lers and slm 1 endeavor to make
tne visit a3 pleasant as possible tor them. Remember that j ou are uot obligated
to buy unlese you feel disposed t do so.
fcSWe guarantee our prices against all competition
Samples mailed to any address.
STOVES, -:- EAMES, -:- TIE,
Japanned lierlin and Aato Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. fiasoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
torn Shellers, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nn 97 & QQ Elehth Street,
lUb. L t 00, clIKO. I1L
TELKPIIONK NO. UO.
Leaders in Low JPrices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
136 Commercial Avenue, - - CAIRO, JLL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
"" PT. JUNE 17th,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels,. Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
0 IE AGENTS FOE 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.
"Wm. Ludwier & Co.
Dr. HENRY SLADEj
will lecture at
Sunday, September 14
10:30 a m. and 7:3 ip.m.
On my experience ti a Medium In thli and tbe
d country ulrlng an acconntor tie famona Lon
don trial and InvuetlKHtlnn In the spirited Phono
monon wttli I'rofotir Zollnur, the eminent act
ntlat. Cr-AdmlMlon 5c. Children frue. Tlcketato
morning lecture good at nlKbt.
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Dealers in All Kinds of-
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety 8tock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth atreet I Paiwn Til
Commercial A venne i LOlfU 1IJ