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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKJNlNG, SEPTEMBER 16, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin,
OKPK'IAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
' (5TKRKD AT THB CAIBO FOSTomCK rOK
' . J KAN8UIMI01I THRODOH THS MAILS AT
SHOOND CLAM RATES.
Messrs. Linegar and Carter were down
from Kouod City yesterday. . '
Iq the circuit court yesterday the jury
u nupanoelled and the cases set for trial.
The trial of cases will begii to-day.
. Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala'a saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Secretary Blake Rives notice in special
locals that tliera will be a convocation of
Cairo Chapter No. "I to-night.
Another game is to be played between
the two negro clubs at the Association's
park to-day. The contest Sunday was not
Some would-be tough mated consid
erable of a disturbance on Thirteenth street
Sunday night. Officers Dunn and Dunker
quieted him down.
The death of Joseph French occurred
Sunday night, at the family residence,
near Twenty-ninth and Sycamore streets.
The remaius were taken to Ullin yester
ilay for burial. ,
-Capt. W. II. Walker, of Evansville, is
in the city, stopping at the residence of
Mrs. Stites. lie has recently been appoint
ed mail agent on the Gin Fowler. ITe is
an uncle of Mrs. Jno. Holmes. '
Mrs. P. C. Barclay returned Stturday
from a Visit of several weeks to relatives in
Ballard county, Kentucky. She was ac
companied by Miss Hal lie Illnkle, a sister,
who will remain here on a short visit.
Hon. F. E. Albright left yesterday af
ternoon for home, intending to recover en
tirely from his attack of sickness before re
suming bis canvass. He was quite sick all
day SurJ lay and bad cireful medical at
tendance. Since the la.t big tire, the authorities
of Mound City have had their Are engine
repaired. There is no positive assurance,
however, that it will not be a hopeless
wreck again by the time another occason to
use it presents itself.
Dr. Slade had good audiences at Bris
tol hall Sunday, and bis lectures were
interesting, makiDg all who heard him feel
that the; had spent the time well, ne will
probably remain in the city several days
yet, giving private seances.
When Capt. Thomas was handed Mr.
Albright's challenge by Mr. Lincgnr yes
terday, he sid to Mr. L. that ho would
seud a reply later in the dty. But when
Mr. Albright left for home on the 4 o'clock
train he had not heard from Mr. T.
Miss Tolls, of Henderson, Ky., is back
again, and is arranging to open her "Kin
dergarten" in a few days. She has rented
one of the large rooms on the first floor of
the old Bulletin building, which will be
fitted up and furnished for the purpose.
The hand bills which advertised the
joint discussion between Messrs. Albright
and Thomas, at the court house last night,
were signed, "By Ordku of the Commit
tee." Will the author of 'these bills
please rise and tell the public which "com
Capt. Thomas referred in a very sar
castic manner last night to Mr. Albright's
sickness. He bsd neither the tenderness of
feeling nor the courtesy to speak respect
fully of a man who suffered the affliction
that Mr. Albright has suffered within the
last few days in the death of his father.
Mr. A. J. Dougherty will rebuild bis
stave factory at Mound City. His idorait-
able courage and untiring energy are de
Eerviog of better 'luck. He should have
the undivided and hearty support of the
people of Mound City, for a man of Mr,
D.'s na'.urc is worth much to any commu
nity. Indefinite reports of an affray at
Hodges Park Saturday reached here Sun
day. It was said that Mike Sullivan,
brother of Pat Sullivan, was assaulted and
cut many times, s that his life was de
spaired 'of, and that Pat was als t assaulted
and beaten up badly. Nothing definite
ctul I be learned of the affiir.
A Republican was heard to make the
boast Saturday night tint $1,000 had been
collected from virious sources and given
into the hands of responsible Republican
campaign workers in this city, for the pur
pose of buying Irish votes. The man is
said to have male this remark: "We can
buy at many Irish as we want for $1,000,
and can tjet 'em just as cheap as niggers."
The African clubs of Paducah and
Cairo were to play a match game of base
ball on the association's grounds Sunday
afternoon, bu, owing to the serious sick
ness of Mr. Joe French, who lived near the
grounds, Chief Rearden requested the boys
to play elsewhere, and they readily com
plied. The game resulted in a victory for
the Paducah club, and was attended with
not a little disturbance towards the close.
. The bankers of southern Illinois held
' a meeting at DuQuoin lsst Tuesday, and
organized the Bankers' Association of
Southern Illinois. The object of the asso
ciation :s to establish equitable rates of ex
change and collection, and fur mutual in
terests. The followicjj officers were elect
ed: W. K. Murphy, president; QtjjN.Er
ans, vice-president; L. A. Ooddard, secre
tary; L. S. Smith, treasurer; W.K. Murpby,
Richard Wangelin, A. L Wilson, O. W.
Evsns, Henry Wells, W. R. Borders were
appointed a committee on constitution and
by-laws, to report at the next meeting in
Mount Yernon, on the second Tuesday in
The Baltimore & Ohio telegraph com
pany had men employed yesterday extend
ing the wires from the office below Fourth
street to the rear of the Louis Herbert
building above Sixth street. The compaiy
wilt have its business office moved into
this bnilding, occupying the upper front
corner of the first-floor room It 'will be
very much more convenient for the public
than the present location is.
The following is a report of the com
mittee having in charge the late Fourth of
July celebration in this city:
Received by the undersigned, Fourth of
From donations and sale
of stands $433 30
Paid out as premiums,
band, clearing track,
and all other expenses, $358 G5
Turned over to Mrs.Kors
myer, President ot the
Cairo Charitable Asso
ciation 74 85
$433 60 $433 50
N. B. Thibtlewood,
T. W. Haiaiday, ;
Th e circuit court room was crowded
last night, mostly with negroes, to' hear
Capt. Thomas speak. The Capt. opened
his speech by reading a letter in reply to
that of Mr. Albright published in this
morning's Bulletin, in which he declined
to accept the dates proposed by Mr. Al
bright, saying that he would have "official
business outside of the district" in Octo
ber, and also declined to meet Mr. A. to
agree upon other dates than those set by
himself. He will fill the dates set by him
self whether Mr. Albright meets him or
not. The rest of the speech, excepting a
very brief reference to what he claimed to
have done for Cairo and tor this district,
consisted of bloody shirt, southern outrage
and glittering generalities. It was evident
ly a very satisfactory speech for the "ele
ments," for there were the most insane yells
at frequent intervals that ever issued front
the throats of any mob of frantic Comacch
cs. The letter which the Capt. read as a
reply to Mr. Albright, was handed by him
to Mr. Linegar about 5 o'clock last even
ing, about an hour after Mr. A. had de
parted for home.
What Did He Mean?
"I have secured the appropriation of
$60,000 for the marine hospital in Cairo, so
that your boatmen may be humanely and
decently cared for," said Capt. Thomas lust
night, when enumerating what he had
done in congress. Does Capt.T. mean to ssy
that the river men are not "humanely and
decently cared for" by the sisters of Lor-
etto! We have always believed that our
river men have been excellently cared for
by the Bisters and believe so still. We be
lieve that they are better cared for now
than they will be in the new marine hos
pital; and we regard the intimation thrown
out by Capt. Thomas as outrageously na
just to the Catholic sisters, who cheerfully
devote their lives to suffering humanity of
whatover nationality or faith, without any
compensation for themselves. The remark
may have been a thoughtless one, but the
thoughtlessness that permits a man to
utter such sentiments borders ou the
A Worthy Gift.
The Cairo Charity Association was pre
sented the handsome sum of $74.85 by a
committee of gentlemen (N. B. Thistle
wood, Jos. Steagala, Herman Meyers and
T. W. Halliday), as the proceeds from the
Fourth of July celebration. These gentle
men regretted the sum was not larger, but
hoped to do better next year. The money
was placed in the hands of Mrs. Korsineyer,
the President, to day, and turned over to
the treasurer, Mr. Easterday.
. The association desires to thank the
above committee of gentlemen for their
kind remembrance of the poor of our city.
Mrs. E. C. Ford, Secretary.
Cairo, Sept. 15, 1884.
Cairo, III., Sept. 15, 1884.
O. H. Jackson, Esq., Secretary Cairo
Base Ball Association :
Dear Sir: -The Tenderfeet B. B. Club
hereby challenge nine of your number to
play a game of base ball at your park on
Thursday next, at 3 p. m.
P. H. ScncH, Capt.
Cairo, III., Sept. 13,1884.
P. II. ScHcn, Esq., Captain Tenderfeet
Dear Sir: We hereby accept your chal
lenge. Will meet you on Thursday after
noon, 3 o'clock sharp.
G. U. Jackson, Secy.
The postmaster at New Baden. Robert
son co., Texas, writes that Mr. H. Kegler,
ana Mrs. nary Htnith were entirely curad
of rheumatism by tbe um of St. Jacobs
Od, the magical pain rnliever. 50 cents
A Reepeotablo Citlren Shot Dead
While Trying to Separate
A Family With an Unsavory Beoord-Twf
Murders Chargeable to Them, and ( 1
Much Bad Blood '
Tragic Outcome of An Old-Time Feud
' The Murderer Still at
Qcujcy, III., September 15. A cold
blooded murder was committed yester
day afternoon In tbe little village of Au
gusta, about twenty-five miles from
Quincy, . on the Chicago, Burlington t
(jutney Railway. Six or seven years ago
three brothers named Jamerf, William and
Samuel Holder respectively, were one day
having a good lime together In company
with a fourth patty, when a quarrel
Bros which resulted In a desperate tight
Bill Holder and a man whose uauie can
not be given, took sUks against the broth
era Jim and Sam. During the affray tho
unknown uiau woa killed outright and
Samuel Holder had bin ringer cut off. II
has never beu known just which of tho
three brothers strock tbe fatal blow
which killed the stranger. Kver since
that bloody day a deadly fend has existed
between the brothers, Bill and Jim. Ye
terJity tbe grudge terminated In
A FIKKCK BATTLC
for life. While the tight was In progress
a man of excellent reputation, Oriu
Kindly by name, interfered to separate
tbe combatants, whereupon Jim Hulden,
taking exception to tuch action, deliber
ately raised his .revolver and shot
I'indly dead. The murdarer paused
to contemplate his work a moment
and theu lied. Bill Holden was arrested
and is now in jail. W. II. Marol has just
come to Qulacy for the purpose of send
ing telegrams lor the apprehension of. Jtm.
Tbero is great excitement In Augusta,
where the Holder family have long been
feared as a gang of rough, brutal
and 'lawless men. Tue father
and Sam are river men, and It is thought
probable that Jim has lied to them tor
refuge. Tho murderer and Bill Holder
have been working in the coal mines at
Augusta, where their reputation Is lud.
Findly was a poor man, greatly re
spected, and leaves a wit and two chil
dren. FOREIGN NEWS.
A DKKAliFUL IKCMMTIOX.
San Fiuncisco, Cal., September 15.
The San Plabo arrived lost eveuiDg with
Hong Kong dates to August 14th, and
Yokohama to August 30th, Information
had reached Canton of a frightful inunda
tion in the Klung Sal province. The news
was dated from Kiaug Tak, the chief cen
ter of pottery mauulacture, and one of
the lour great markets of the Empire.
The Hoods l isted four days, and the en
tire country was submerged to a depth of
sixty feet. Wholo towns were swept
away. It U believed fully ncventy thou
sand persons perished, and it was feared
that pestilence would follow. Cholera
had broken out In the army, but tbe num
ber of deaths was not given. The place
had been declared an Infected port
THK 1TKCIUSKD FLF.ttT.
It was stated that the price paid for the
fleet ol twenty-six vessels, sjld, as an-,
nounced by the China Merchants Naviga
tion Company, to an American Company,
was 95,250,000, taels, equal to 8 G, 500,000.
The sale will not return par value to tbe
TilK Clil.NKhK KX PLAIN.
London, September 15 A HongKoiig
dispatch says : "Tbe Chinese officials ex
plain that they first 11 red over the British
gunboat Zcpbyr and tired directly at her
afterward because she refused to stop at
the first shot.
Nai'Lks, September 15. Six hundred
and forty-ooe new cases of cholera and
2C7 deaths have been reported during the
twenty-four hours ending at noon to
day. This is a decrease of one case and
eighty-one deaths compared with the
previous twenty-lour hours.
The Arkansas Cotton Crop.
Pink Bluff, Ark., September 15.
The excessive drought has Impaired the
cotton crop In this reglou of .the country
to tbe extent of one-half. The plant is
subject to still further casualty, such as
premature frost and rain storms, which
It is hoped the planting Interest will
escape. Fortunately for the farmers,
ithelr financial condition Is better than it
has been for years, and they will, as a
general thing, realize as much from a
half crop unencumbered as a full crop
burdened with mortgages.
Nbw Yoke, September 15. Rev. Geo.
Gulrey, of l'aterson, tendered bis resig-f
batlon yesterday, and tt was accepted,
lie said that though be was Innocent of
the charges made by Mrs. Mary Helnlsch,
be could not consistently occupy the
pulpit while they w re held over him.
lie will pub bis ilbel suits against Mrs.
ilelniscb aud James K. Ash.
Three Djatha at a Djnncratio
Bkazil, I.nd., September 15. In rais
ing a Democratic pole at Knlgbtsvllle, two
miles from this place, on Saturday,
Perry, Lemay and William Mackelrau
were killed by the breaking of the ropea
and the falling of the derrick pole. The
pole was again raised, and Geo. Martin
climbed up to adjust the ropes, bat fell
and struck on his head and sustained
Hanged Br a Hob.
Wkllikotom, Kas., September W.
Frank Joaes, tbe desperado who did the
shooting here Tuesday night, was quietly
lynched this morning at one o'clock. A
'party of flfteea or twenty armed and de
Ui mined men went to tbe jail and de
manded tbe prisoner, who was Anally
given up. The party took him to the
new CwUom, jnst sue tit of Um jailj
and banc nins Iron a gaag plank osed bj
Dattiatfad by Frost.
Halifax, N. 8., September 15. The
frosts have undoubtedly done great dam
age In the country districts In tbe past
Sentanoad to ba Hunt.
Brooklyn, N. Y., September 15.
George ft. Mills, the wife-murderer was
to-day resentenced to be huug on tbe 7th
Washington, 1). C, September 15.
It Is said that Justice Bradley is tore
tire from the Supreme bench this winter,
and Attorney General Brewster desires
Sohnra In Illinois,
Bloominuton, III., September 15,
Carl Schurz will make only two more
speeches In Illinois during the campaign.
His speeches here, which were delivered
In both English and Germau, It Is thought
had but little effect.
PoitsrowN, Pa., September 15. The
large covered bridge which crosses the
Schuylkill River at this place was" de
stroyed by fl e early this morning. Tbe
bridge was 340 feet loug. The loss Is
Infected Jersey a.
Cuicauo, III., September 16. Several
Jersey cattle on tbe farm of John V. Far
well, near Lake Forest, have been klNed
on the suspicion that they wer.e affected
with pleuro-pneumoola. An investiga
tion Is now taking place.
Suicide of a Drummjr.
Elkhart, III., September 15. Moses
Swimtord, a traveling mau tot a Cincin
nati tobacco house, committed sulcldg
here last night by tatlng morphine. The
caase Is supposed to be Hi health and
A O meroua Donor.
Montkkal, Can., September 15. Hon.
Donald Smith has presented McGUl Uni
versity with fifty ttiousaud dollars, to
endow a ladles' college, aud a like
aiuouut for Sir Wm. Duwson, Us princi
Tired of Their Quarter and Lft.
Danvii.i.k, Isi., September 15. Satur
day night three prisoners charged with
burglary escaped from jail by sawing out
of their evils aud digging through a
heavy brick wall. They are supposed to
to have guuc to ludlauapolW.
Heavy Loss by Fire.
Cakthacik, Mo., September 15. The
extensive works of tliu O rati by Mining
and Multing Company atOiuiigc, were de
stroyed by tire at three o'clock yesterday
afternoou. Loss is not stated, but is
heavy, Including 840,000 of new machinery
(ir&in and Provisions.
MONDAY. KKITK.M ft K It 15. Itoi.
CottO!! Htortaly; inMdliiiif. o; ill'!.
FUuh Smmiy: XXX. lo cuoiuu. fci.iO Ai-3 );
patent. 4 . i; lf.
Whuat Firmer; No. 2 Kcd, Vuc;
No. 3 Ked. KUtoM ',0.
Cobn lliKh'-r; No. 2 nilxi d. 47V4H;io; No
i whito mixi-.l, OlifRV.
Oaw Nt-Hdy: No. 2. 2til'i&.'ti'dc.
Kvk ImjII; So. i. iMitfiUu.
Tobacco Finn; iuh; common to choice
Sfi.UOilU.UO: lour; (xiiitmoti mil leaf, 7-60d
10.0U: medium to koou .0il7.iiO.
HAr 1'rairin .(auV uu tor prime tooholee
new: oiover mixed, !7iiS lur common kj
prune: choico new timothy, 10 UXX2L.'.UU; fan
Huttbk Firmer: cliolcuto limey nrrtunerj
'9Ka&'o: dairy, vliuioe to tanuy, i;20o; low
iiooa Active; Irttdi Btiick. 12c per dozon.
Potatokm yulct, at ;iH:r7",o per bushel
Fohh Steady; newmngg. t Iti. 7il7.UU.
Lahd yuiet; prime ateain. 7467 So.
UauoK Lunira, luualo ,o: shorty ll&U'ic;
clear ribs. liiVIltt'-,o, all puoked.
Wool Tut)-washed, ehoioe, '4LW)l4a: fair,
7&tt; dlniry and low 3aj. Unwanhed
Choice medium, iil -ii;; (rood average medium
llfcadJo; anlm-tud light line lwltk); rood ar
enure, lfti&17o; beavtr J4QI6o: coiuolnpr.
otoixl, SflwSSu: comblnir. low irraded. ISiftlSu.
Hidks Oilii't: dry Hum U'4o: damairod,
i2stc: bum or mava. 10u; dry ealtel,
Uo: dry Ratted, damaged, l'k): kip and
csir, aaltod, S'to; da nairod. U'-tc; buuj and
UKt, 61ic; green, uueurud. To; dainavod,
biiKKP Pmyrs Weak: irreen, "5 486o; dry
do, 4ii75o., as to amount sinl qualttyor wool;
irreen hearlintr. I.'m)o; dry do, luaibo;
.g-recn lamb ckina, '&mWc
Wheat Steady. No. 2 IU"1, Scptoralter,
( ; Octofx-r, M!4e; November, HHc; lie-
!ceinber, Stfe; January. WSe; February,
WAe: May, 7c
(X)KN I-ow.t; September, .H'ic; (Vtolxir,
Mc; November, 57 Xe; December, 47c; Jan
uary, 47c: May, 4fc.
Oats Weaker; September, .'il'e; October
:31Hc; November, 31?ie.
, ( I1K AOO.
Whkat Sternly; September, "lo; Octo
'ber, 754o; Novemer, 7V-; December. 7H!4
78Se; May, Krx;.
, Corn Firmer; September. 6i'4c; Octotwr,
GlHci November. 44'4,14'c; yeur, ;tv.-j May,
Oats Steiidy; Hepteinb"r, -V,e; October,
860; November, year, 2.'c; May,
1 Pohk Steady: September, II7.0U; October,
$l.6u; year, ll.l; Ju u try. $11.41).
Lard Higher; Sepie.nber, 7.16: October,
. 97.15; November, $7.ltt'4 ; Janu uy, t"M.
SHOUT Kibk -September, fS.Mi; -October,
Live Etock Market.
Hogs Kccclptu, H.Wii; market rIOc lowor;
'lo.iito.tW; heavy pne!iii and shipping, (5.70
! CATTI.K IteeeiptJI,
fi.'HIO; actKe: firmer; 01-
t.W. common to
irfKxl to choice, fS.OtXii
lair, 4.5Kt&V!; Texans,
Uj fair, t2.:W-&-
2.0ft; stroiiK: coramou
Catti.b Good demand ami prices a vhade
bUrher; extra cattle, t."5i7.t; mixed butch
ers , l4.SOftv6.U0.
Shkbh IJcmand Kooil: tendiiiK upward; of
ferina Hirht; common to fair, W tbiiS.h);
(rood to choice. 4.0iXm4.W; Western lambs,
4 mKdA.aO; Canada. (j.V5.&; all sold.
H'Mis Hardly enoiiKh on f-ale to cKtablifth
nuotationn; (frasser (rood; Yorkera, f).75J
CATTi.K-UeceipUt. 2Tj0; oTerliiKS not suf
ficient to test markot; quotations nomiiially
Hooa rU-ceipts, 2,100; steady; lU) of 227
to ;44 pounds avorae, tO.tXXs.UO; mainly,
Shkih UeceipU, 1,700; eu aly and uu
Honey and Stock Market.
Nkw Yokk. 8 -ptemlxrr 16. Money, 122
percent.; exclmntre quiet but xteaily; (lor
ernments steady; eur.eoev, 6's, U7 bid. Mar
ket opened te.erlsli mf Irregular, lhir
In ir the first Artec 11 mlnutw prkN-s Uucumted
t rojucntly. The bears sltortly bo Tore the flrrt
eaU made a raid on coal stocks, and tlw ffrao
lrrs a dd tuem rreely. Th selling caused
vosJEenluir of the whole lit, and st midday
prk-es were down SitoK. At the time of
wrHlnff the market was weak and tendlof
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
Japanned Berlin and Agatt) AVare,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Tee Cream Freezers.
Ajjeut for Adam ft Westlake Oil. Gasoline and (ias stoves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled l'lows, Walklnjr Cultivators,
Corn Sbellera, Planters, Kte., Ktc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
WHITLOOK 13 RO
leaders in Low lricos.
A1VWO t, unvo'
CLOTH I KG
l;( Commercial Avenue,
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Miavv l St raps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOJt THE NOVELTY TIllLNK.
Rcpniritif; done on Slinrt Notice in tlinir Lino of Ruhincta. Examine yixxls ami r,r i
ces l.etore purcliiaiog elsewhere. The largest stock in tlm city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Win. Iudwiir fc Co.
t?uH 8AI.K. Uaydock l'bicton, new, lint orlce
E I'.xki. fur U .-1 quire of K. A liurnelt, bullt
IfOH H.LE-Hayd' tk Jump mat nirrey, lint trlce
' $;45. new, gtmd job, for lW. luqulreofE A.
FOli .SAl..-NewIIonieSulDK Machine riiilit
from the factory, Hat price $W for . A.
FOK KBNT Cuhl'fretidence propi-rty, t. cor.
3 inl Ilolb'ook Ave. Vine 4 itor brick rtsl
del te (if 10 Mninf, elviiiutly fl lelifd Is modcro
ttvlr; barn.onihou re. etc. l.nre y&rd wltb fruit
and itrawoerrii't. Kent low to a irmd tenant.
M. 4.UOWLEV, Agtut.
11011 RKST-Tbe large, canmiodloua tor room
aud baremi'iit ou I,eTe nt . below 8th at., ro
ceutly occupied by N. B. TM'tlewood & Bro.
M. J. 11uwi.it, Aiient.
FOR HALE. Tent and fixturt'i locati'd eait aide
Commrcial avenne, next door t Wm. I.nd
wlit; coat will be ao'd cbeap. Apply at tba
At Auction Valuable Heal Estate
At the front door of the C urt Ho ?, In Cairo,
Ilia., atSP. M , ou
WEDNESDAY the lt DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will ofler for ale to tlie nlhut b'd'icr, the (ol
lowing, wry de.lrable propt-riy, viz: lirick b ue
and lot 34x101) feet, Washington avenun, adjolnlni;
Brewery, block sit). Dwelling douhv and lota .13,
i and 35, block 3U, 12th atreet. Dwelling boune
and lot .11 and 32. block lit. Centre atreet. Lota
f and t. block 46, lot addition. Poplar rtruet; lot
14, block 1H, lit addition, near tbe New York atore;
lot 3!2, block 3J. lit h atreet,
Thlalaverv desirable prope tv, altuated In the
buaincaa ceutrea of the city, and now that It ia cer
tain Ctiro will apeedily btcome a great railroad
and commercial city, preaenta an oppoituoity for
lveaimcut not likely to occur again.
TERMS H caab. bal. a and U month aecured
with 8 per cent intereat. or 3 per cent off for cuD.
For further Information lnqu
in re 01
O. 8. PIDGEON.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
Tbe Regular Cairo i Paducah Uailj
nF.NRY X. TAYLOR, Kaater.
UBOKOB JOUEo, C'lurk.
leavaa P.dncab for C Iro dally (Suudayi except
ed) at 8 a. m ., and Mound Cltr at 1p.m. Hetorc
ing, leave Cairo at4p.m.sMoondCltTat5p.m
- - CIH(), 111,
Dealers in All Kinilod-
JEW YORK STORK,
WUOLEHALE AM) KKTAl t..
The Lai?3st variety Sink
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GOODS SOLD ViilRVCi.OSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth atreet I Puii'i I'l
Cnmmarclal A venn I
11. a. aaiTH.
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Grand Central Store.
(JIKO. IT, I.
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete Una of
Linen Hoods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy atock of Body Bruinelt, Taper
tnea and Ingrain
A fall Hock of Oil Clo'.ba, all alcei and prices.
All Ocxxlaj nt Bottom Prlo