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'I'M jjailV OAittt) HUbLtifiN; fiiUiisBAV aIokwInu, SeptMbJIr Is, lssi.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPR OP ALEXANDER COTJHTY
I. MURED AT TH CAIRO POBTOPFICK POB
rilAN8MI88ION THRODOBTHB HAILS AT
SECOND CLASS BATES.
Peter Langac, or Eighteenth street
was blessed with a daughter yesterday.
Fob Sale One good mule, perfectly
sound. Apply at Bulletin office. 2t.
The grand jury finished its work yes
terday and was discharged by the court.
It found ten or twelve true bills in all.
The brick walk on the north side of
Eighth street is being reconstiucted and
raised so as to be on a level with the newly
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagtla's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
- Mr. L. II. Meyers is having a new
h use built on Poplar street, above Tenth.
It will be two stories, and a respectable
The St. Helena (Cal.) Times states that
Mr. John Thomann, J. R. Kettlewell and
others were cured of rheumatic affections
by St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-enre.
Mr. Webber' house on Commercial, is
appearing above the ground. The founda
tion is done and the wall is nearly far
enough up to receive the first-floor joists.
Next Monday night Mr. Conrad Alba
and Miss Barbara Neff will be married at
the residence of the latter'a uncle, Mr.
Peter Neff on the corner of Twentieth and
Wanted: A good market gardener
and florist. To a man who is thorough in
the above a good chance will be offered.
Addrest, Lkn. G. Faxon,
3t Paducah, Ky,
There is to be a social gathering at the
Methodist parsonage to-night, in honor of
Rev. and Mrs. Scarrltt, who will soon lesve
the city to be assigned by the conference to
a new field of labor.
Those who would have several hours
of novel amusement and at the same time
contribute towards a noble cause, should
attend the match game of base ball at the
park this afternoon.
A card from Mr. E. M. Crane, of Erie,
Pa., formerly of the T. M. C. A., this city,
says that he was ''son struck" on the 9th
last., laBt week Tuesday. Ilia friends here
will congratulate him and Mr. Crane.
Mr. 9. Roienwater is having extensive
improvements made on his residence prop
erty on Eighth street, b ck of Washington
the yard is being filled up to the new
grade of the street, and an ornamental iron
fence will be put up in front.
The steamer Bayou Sara brought a
mtn named August Virlock to this city
Tuesday, who was seriously sick, and being
taken to the hospital, died there before the
doctor could get to him. He was buried at
Villa Ridge yesterday.
A wreck on the Wabash near Carmi
Tuesday night interrupted trains yesterday
on this end of the line. A freight train
broke through a bridge and was heaped up
in a terrible wreck in the slough below.
the nend brakeman was killed and also the
fireman so said report yesterday.
Mr. E. C. Hamburger, general agent
for the New York Life Ins. Co., arrived
in this city Tuesday with tbe necessary
papers to pay to the relatives of the late
HirmoQ II. Black the amount for which his
life had been insured in said company
2,!500. Mr. H. was still in the city yester
While the weather is good now is the
time to repair your roof. Smith Bro.'s are
still nuking the best sawed cypress shin
gles that come to this market. They guar
autee their "A" brand to be all of the beet
heart cypress or money refunded. They
manufacture the shingles and can afford to
sell cheaper than dealers. Parties in need
of shingles will find it to their advantage
by calling on them before buying else
Mr. J. S. Hawkins is making some re
pairs on the front room of the old Bciletin
building, in the way of plastering. Paint-
era, paper baDgers and carpenters will also
display their art, and it is thought that
by Monday next the loom will be ready for
Miss Tolla to open her kindergarten. This
institution ill be an excellent one for tl.e
little children, ho will find the combina
tion of instruction and pleasure given there
so attractive that they would much rather
be there than in the streets.
- i ue pnuiers.in asuington Uity ars
engaged in & significant debate. The
Washington union is compojd of priuters
engaged in the government printing office
and those engaged in the various newspa
pers of the city. At the last meeting
resolution was offred censuring the New
York union for its condemnation of White'
law Reid's Tribune, the only Blaine daily
in New York. All the government print
tti supported the resolution while all the
other printers opposed it. It was lost.
. In the circuit court" yesterday Caleb
Sherman, charged with an assault upon
Wtu. Robinson with intert to rob, pleaded
guilty, as did also the youug barber who
"went thronfU" the Winter block and tried
to break into Capt. Wilson's residence,
but was detected and captured. Sentence
was tcmpararily withheld in these two
cases. Ben Hall was found guilty of as
saulting a girl and was fined $30. Ziegler,
who was charged with stealing the watch
chain from Mr. E. A. Buder, was given two
years in the penitentiary. The first caso
on the docket this morning is that of the
negro Craven, cbargod with stealing an ox
from a Mound City negro and selling the
animal to Mr. Butcher, of this city. Court
will probably get jhrough this week.
The Washington corresponding are
engaged in electing young Robert Lincoln
United States senator to succeed Oen. Log
an. The Democrats of Illinois, however,
have concluded to perform the high duty
of choosing a legislature and a senator for
themselves, and one Carter Harrison is not
as one wholly without hope. Should he
ever reach the senatorial fog bank, Chica
go's mayor will stir up that collection of
fossils as they were never stirred before.
His style of oratory is unique, and would
send a cold chill down the spinal cords ot
even Sherman and Edmunds. He will be
in this city on the 16th of next month, and
there will then be such a gathering of peo
ple as Cairo has ever witnessed besore.
Q A correspondent of the Anna Farmer
and Fruit Grower, commenting upon an
item referring to the samples of Kaolin clay
brought to this office by Dr. Notwotncy
some time ago, says : ''If our Cairo friends
will just step on board a St. Louis & Cairo
R. R. train, when they reached Kaolin, a
small station a few miles north ot Jones
boro, they will find that the deposits of
Kaolin (clsy) are inexhaustable, and have
been "worked' for a good many years by
Messrs. C. and W. Kirkpatrick, of the
Anna pottery. The ground is perfectly
honey-combed with old pits that are now
filled up. Tons upon tons of this clay are
shipped monthly by Messrs. Kirkpatrick to
various portions of tho country."
It is reported that the Prohibition
nine will challenge the city council to a
contest at ball and bat, to determine wheth
er drunkenness is the-result of the traffic in
liquor or of swallowing too much of the
stuff. There are just nine of the council,
including the mayor, and it is just possible
that there are nine Prohibitionists of the
male persuasion in the city at any rate,
the latter will have to confine themselves to
home talent or the council won't play. Al
derman McHale is captain of the alderman
ic nine and is instructing the boys every
day in the intricaces and mysteries of the
game; while Mr. Easterday is hustling
around to find a good short stopper. We
shall endeavor to keep the public posted as
to the progress of the arrangements.
The match game of biso ball at the
park this afternoon will be the most amus
ing game played there this season. The
players will all be novices . at the sport,
some of them having taken no active part
in a game for years, since they were boys.
The names of the players are as follows:
NINE. POSITIONS. NINE.
G.Morse ritcher C. Neff
J. Carter Catcher R. Devore
M. Sheehan 1st B ...D.Foley
Hen. Wells 2nd B C. Ballou
W. Neff 3rd B W. Winter
E. Powell S. 8 Al. Lewis
Schuh L. F Guy Jackson
Morse Herman.. .C. F C. Winter
Metcalf R. F Gus Botto
The game will commence promptly at 3
The recent long continued south wind,
while it distressed nearly everything ex
cept corn, came just in time to insuro an
enormous yield, snd put a quietus for 1884
on the crop croakers. Upon the strength
of this cood weather, the Northwestern
railroad system has gained many investors,
aad doubtless they have bought to stay.
The first really great material mishap of
the season the Cleveland fire will, un
der the peculiar working of over supply
and falsa fears on the part of buyers, act as
a tonic on our induitrial and distributive
system. The country is worse off by sever
al millions on account of that fire, but it is
a medicine that will make the pulse of bus
iness stronger, and force purchasers where
none had been dreamed of. The fall trade
is increasing in a modest and healthful
way, thoroughly in keeping with hardpan
times. The money exchanges grow with
.each week. Dry goods, iron, lumber, and
hog products are moving, and there is a
brisk and unsatisfied demand for many
other articles of trade. Holders havinir
learned they can sell, no longer desire any
thing at present prices. This country can
not afford to call itself badly off now. It it
should settle down to that belief, it would
be a sign that gamblers and defaulters, and
not the crops, determined the economic
state of tho nation.
Do You Want to Buy a Fine
Silver Plated Castkr,
Silver Plated Butter Dish,
8ilver Plated Knife,
Silver Plated Ice Pitch kr,
Silver Plated Cup,
Silver Plated Goulet,
Silver Plated Cake Stand,
Silver Plated Berry Bowl,
Silver Plated Tea Bet t .
If so, it will pay you to send six cents for
postage for the magnificently illustrated
catalogue of the
MEKMOD & JACCAUD JEWELRY CO.,
Fourth and Locust Sts., 8t. Louis, Mo.,
And learn at what low prices they sell the
beautiful goods there illustrated.
When is St. Louis Call on Them. (4)
The Mysterious Deoarture of the
Frenoh Fleet From Felcln
Its Sudden Reappearance at the Mouth of
the River Min-The Recently Rebuilt
Forts Again Demolished.
Important Letter From Oeneral Gordon
Hia Scheme tor the Pacification of t
the Soudan Other News.
TUB SKCltKT RESOLVED.
London, September 17. A dispatch
just received from Foo Chow says the
trench fleet suddenly appeared at the
mouth of the River Mlu this morning
and landed two thousand marines who
proceeded to demolish the fortiflc&tlous
at Kinhal Pass, which had been repaired
since the recent bombardment. The
landing party attacked the Chinese
camps. Aiter desperate fighting the
Chinese were defeated with great loss.
Toe French were largely outnumbered,
but shells from the shpe did such execu
tion that the Chines abandoned the
earthworks an I fled. It Is expected that
the French will follow up the victory and
rid the river ot Chinese.
Cairo, September 17. A letter his been
received from General Gordon lu which
be slates that early In September he will
submit a scheme for the pacification of
Soudan, and If It Is rejected by the gov
ernment the consequences will be serious,
and the government will be answerable
tor the disasters which he predicts will
.Skiernivic, September 17. Emperor
William and suite and Emperor Francis
Joseph and suite have started on their
Naples, September 17. The report for
the twenty-four hours ending at noon to
day, shows 403 new cases of cholera and
London, September 17. M. Ebens
bery, proprietor of the hotel Splendide,
of Paris who decamped on the eighth and
who Is wanted by the Paris authorities
on a charge of fraudulent bankruptcy,
lias oeen arrestea at Lisbon on board tae
steamer Oregon, on which vessel he bad
engaged passage for La Plata. Extradi
tion papers will be applied for, and the
prisoner will be taken to Paris.
COMMITTED TOIt CONTEMPT.
Crank or Criminal Let Him Have Time
Cleveland, 0., September 17. The
crank who was arrested on Monday
night for prowling around the resi
dence of Mrs. Garfield had a bearing be
fore Judge liutchins at the Police Court
this morning. The usual questions as to
his name, residence, etc., were met with
evasive answers. When asked whether he
Intended to shoot Mrs. Garfiod or hurt
any one, he replied that he might
or that he might not. After half
an hour's useless questioning by the
Prosecutor, Judge Hutchim took him in
hand and gave him to understand that ha
must answer the questions put to him,
and proceeded himself to pat some of
them. The "crank" laughed and lu
formed the Judge that he would answer
as many of the questions as he liked, and
according to bis own pleasure. The
Judge told the prisoner he would commit
him for contempt uuless he gave satis
factory answers, to which the crank re
plied: "All right; commit. I would as soon
be locked up as to answer any ot the
questions you have asked."
The Judge then ordered him committed
for contempt until Thursday next.
Mr. J. 11. Rhodes, a personal friend of
the Garfields, says that ho has seen the
man before, and that he Is from an East
era city. The name he did not choose to
give just at present. The prisoner Is
about fifty years ot age.
Conoerned Only For the Body.
Chicago, III., September 17. Isaac
Jacobson, who Is to be hung Friday, Is
In better spirits this morning. He Is
haunted by the fear that his grave will be
robbed by medical students, and has re
quested tha Swedish residents to place
his body In a vault for a month. - He ex
presses himself certain that his spirit
will find a resting place in the New
Notice of Seduction.
Johnstown, Pa., September 17. Yes-t-.rday
ao order was posted In all depart
ments of the Cambria Iron Company to
tho effect that on and after October 1st,
In order to secure bmluess and keep the
works going, the salary of each employe
would be reduced ten to twenty per cent.
A reduction of ten per cent, will also be
made In the price ot house-rents and coal
owned by the company. About four
thousand men will be affected.
"My Country, 'TU of Theo,"
Boston, Mass., September 17. Rev.
Dr. S. F. Smith, known to fame as the
author of the words of the National hymn
"America" celebrated his golden wedding
at New Centre laxt eveulng. lie has
been a requcnt contributor to periodical
literature, and has wrltteu many church
hymns. "My Country, 'tla of Thee," was
wr tten in 1832 for a Jnventle Fourth of
July celebration In Park street church,
Boston, by him.
Procraaa of Put-Ire Building-a.
Washington, D. C, September 17.
The auuual report of the Superintendent
f construction ot the new State, War,
ind Navy Department buildings In
Washington, shows that the north
wing of the building occupied by tha
rVar Department If) a been completed at
l cost of 11,902,000 and that the westand
lantral wings will probably be coraplet- d
a the top of the flret story this year. An
tpproprlailoa of 500,000 Is aked lor
itit year's work.
Di owned In dr&nd uir.
DEnVkk, Col., September 17. llarry
Taylor, William P. Compl 1 and Miss
Maud R'od were drowned yesterdaj
while crowing the Grand River, near
Grand Jut, ctlou. All were Interested tn
stock raising, and were returning to
their ranges when the accident occurred.
Fatal Explosion of a, Farm Knaina.
Rivek Falls, Wis., September 17. A
farm engine, owned and operated by
Ecker Brothers, exploded yesterday, In
stantly killing the engineer, Charles
Ecker, and seriously and probably fatally
scalding Cheney Chapln. The engine
was an old one.
Counterfeit Money in a Storm.
Clinton, Wis., September 17. A
heavy wind storm visltod this place last
night, and during Its fury Miss Money,
a dressmaker, attempted to piss Iroai
her place of business to a neighboring
residence, and was so overcoiuo with
fright that she fell dead.
After Twenty Tara.
Atlanta, Ga., September 17. Major
Harper, of Kentucky, left this morning
with the remains ot Brigadier-General
Benjamin Flander Helm, en route for
EUzabethtowu, Kentucky. It Is twenty
years since Helm was kiiled In the battle
of Chlckamauga. The remains have
since rested lu Oakland Cemetery.
Tha Conferenos Continued.
Chicago, III., September 17. The
conference of maim gem of Wetern rail
roads was resumed this warning with
dod doors. There U a division of
opinion regarding the apportionment of
Nebraska traffic. Well informed railroad
men express doubts regarding an amica
ble solution of the difficulty.
Suicide of a Young Lady.
Chattanoooa, Tenn., September 17.
A distressing tulclde occurred yesterday
at Shleldstown, Knox County. A beautl
ful young lady, Miss Maggie Day, agml
fifteen, while in a despoudliif mood, took
a large dose of laudanum. She died lu a
few hours. The cause of the deed Is not
A Return of Proapsrity Look d For.
Nkw Laukdo, Mexico, September 17.
ludepeudeu.ee Day i being enthusiastic
ally celebrated by the ml itary and chic
authorities. An extu -sion train of tight
coaches filled with Americans passed
through over thu Mexican National Kail
road, Monday, to participate In the fes
tivities at Monterey and Saltllio.
Traffic on the Mexican National Is
steadily Increasing, and a return of gen
eral prosperity throughout the Republic
Is anticipated, lollowing the Inaugura
tion of 1'resideut-elect Diaz It is posi
tively known that General Trevino will
become .Minister of War under Dim.
Grain and Provisions,
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 17. WS4.
Cottox Steady, m'.diiiiiiif.
KuiUtt Steady: XXX 10 cuoluu, 2.j0 i 31.
VWitAT - Highi-r; So. S KeJ. '6'il"o;
No. 3 lied. S4u4bSc.
L'ORjr-HiKliur; No. z mixed. ai'i&'JS'O; No.
t white mixed, 0UisM',c.
Oats Steady: No. 2, -TasTic.
Hra Dull; No. i. a'.itfo.
ToBACCo-lirra; ium; common to cboioe
td.UtflU.UO; leaf: common red lea, tl&Mt
ki.uu: medium to trood .(Xr31".uo.
Hav Frairm fa.lwijW.UU tor prime to otiolce
new; ciover mixed. "a9 lor common 10
prime: oliulco new timothy, 'J.OOaiu.OU; fan
liUTTKit Firmer: choice to taocy creamery
RKff&io: Uuiry, choice to fancy, JTtfSXj; low
Boon-Active; fresh stock, 12jI3c per
Potato an Quiet, at auanc ir bushel.
Fork Steady; now mesa, slrt.75.
Laku Quiet; prime steam. "".
BACON Lois, luvglu ,o: kborta, llU-j;
Clear ribs, lusuW ,c, all packed.
Wool Tub-wanned, cboioe. an&.'W'.Jo: fair,
rriaato: dlniry and low Z5t28. Cnwaihed
Choice medium, 21 Site; good average medium
W'Mc; selected Uifht tine lHiflUo; rooJ av
erage, lftiilTo: heavy liltlc: combinK.
lioxL 21tf2c: combing, low irra'lc. It):6IJj.
Hidks Ouiet; dry Hint, liiio: damairod,
12Wc: buns or stairs. l(lo; dry Mitel,
12c: dry salted, damaged. 11c; kip and
calf, Sdlteil. B'4o; da naxed, tt .c; bum anJ
Slags, 6fcu; green, uucured, 7'-io; damaged,
Shkbp Pkits Weak; greon. ttV&; dry
do,40i7So., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearlings. l.v&;o; dry do. 10Jlio;
green lamb tkios, 'MiXio.
WUKAT-Hlgher: No. 2 Rd. September,
; October, 714c; November, 8c; De
cember, Sufcc; January, ICJc; February.
Mttc; May, Wc
Conn Higher; September, !W'4c; October,
69Jto; November, 57tc; December, 50c; Jan
uary, 4c: Muy, 4y'c.
I Oats-Weaker; September, 31 c; October,
fcJc; November, &."c.
WHKAT Stronger; September. : Onto.
ber, 'Hc; November, !)Sc; December.
SUet May, Wive.
September, 5Bc; Oetoler,
44 c; year, Mc; May,
OATS Steady; Septembjr. 25'4c: October,
2!o: November, aSc; year, i&'.ic; May.
PoiiK-Sleidy; September, 16.7i: October.
$17.00; year, (ll.ii;Ja u irv. 111..).
Lakd Lower; Scp;e nli-r, $7.15: October,
$7.15; November, .!(; ,; Jai u try, $l.(U'i.
Shout Kms-Septembcr, 9.0o; October.
Live Stock Marketi.
Hoos Iterclptt, 8,OjO; market active:
l(Kfrl5c lilglxr; t'r.txb-M S4.2UKI&.2A; light
pucking, f.i;.3J; ruiigli packing, 6.a5(S
i.&A: heavy puo tin an 1 nliippiug, :(.H6-d.i'.
C'attlk KecelpU, 1.4JU; hIowj ox
norm, SH.607.iJ.'): itoimI to choice, IS.OiKi
8.WI; common to fa r, l.7.'tft".0; Texans,
Hhkkp IlooelpM, u'.OiJ; wi uk; common
to choice, J-'.cKa4.:;"'.
i:l t ir'tl.'l
CATTMllcu'l;its:i,:0i; market uctlve and
ilrong; supply eh e.ly hia Tenuis; choice
native kIiIjii.th .i..K(,.l.i,; common to me
dium .'.. 4." ; ill Ire leo vn 4.'iM.KlJ: com
mon !itf.Ki; gnis- T.-xiiH nil-era WMtttM.
SllBKH Itijeclpis L'Oi; nominal.
Hons Heceipt', i.VK; dull uii'l iliarging,
JU to c lower; sne ira'.aly , t .." j')6'.IU.
KANSAS i u t.
Cattlb Nothing (loin? on uccount of tha
W'uilof clock; Iccll ig U in.
II kj No enough rk in hind to rlv
Hhkkp Muike! KU ud ., g ol demand: com
mon ti fair .l.nj;i.N ; o-4 to choice $"
l.7i; Wchutii lnii,b, tl.-iUt.Mi; extra,
L'unada lambs, f6.Xi4u.tii,
Momj' -id Stock Market.
Nkw Vohk, 8 ptmnhnr 17.- Monoy, KM
per ottit ; excimngo dull: Government
maly; onr.ency, s. in bid; 4's coupon
ltu b d; 4vt do, 1 1.; bid. TI a market opened
rnKU ar and tluctua ed frequently up to
lint cad, when the U'ar began iiilllt g the
Jmngers. ThU aiakcnvd boi'nU.P 1st nnd
it mldJiiy prices do II ud a to H per tout,
lure r (kiii there li. a i oen a r.l gl t ro o err
ind f tic I aderidilp ot Lackawanna, Hhieh
a aeUvely bid i p. '1 b ion was vv.ik a id
Wtrl.ib at tho close.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- RANGES, -:- Til,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Ware,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & lee Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams ft Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Moves, Detroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled I'lows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TELEPHONE NO. SO.
Leaders in Low Prices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
TTArrT?T WEI A 1 1 1
13G Commercial Avenue,
WM. LUDWIG & CO,
Hamess, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES TOE LARGEST VARIETY OP
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOIE AGENTS FOR THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice io their Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces Lelore purchnsing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Atb.
"Vm. Ludwicr & Co.
FOK SALE. Haydock Phaeton, sew, Ut orlc
12m. for lltt.-Ii.qaire of S. A. Burnett, Bulle-
FOK SALE-Haydock Jnmp-iat mrrer.Hpt
$.'45, new, geod Job, for $150. Inquire of 1
FOK S A LE.-Xew Home Sewing Machine right
from tha factory. Itat Drice 151) fur f-IO. K A.
from the factory. Itat Drice 110 for 130.
FOR BALE We bare Just received a car load or
the Celebrated Stodebaker Wagoni, which ar
oner e a Terr cheap; a'o i ew buectea, i
wafone, 4c. N. B. THIS TLB W OOD & BKO
FOR EBNT Cahl'treaidence property, a. e. cor.
Sand Holbrook Are. Fineitatory brick resi
dence of 10 roflrni, elegantly fl'lfhed In modern
atyle; barn.oulhoa ea. etc. Large yard with fruit
and atrawberriei. Kent low to a good tenant.
M. .r.UOWLKf, Agent.
FORRBNT The large, commodlona atore room
and baaement on LcTee at., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by H. B. Tbiatlewood Si Bro.
M. J. Howlit, Agent.
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of the Court House, In Cairo,
Ilia., at 2 P.M., on
WEDNESDAY the lit DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
I will offer for tale to the hlgheat bidder, the fol
lowing, ry desirable properly, via: Brick hjnae
and lot 34x100 feet, Washington arenue, adjoining
Brewery, block SW. Dwelling bouse and Iota 38,
41 and 85, block 80. 12th atreet. Dwelling house
and lota 31 and S3, block T, Centre atreet. Lota
t and 8, block 46, let addition, Poplar atreet; lot
14, block 18, lat addition, near the New York atore;
lot 82, block 30, 12th atreet,
ThlaliTon desirable property, aitoated In the
bnalneaa centra of the city, and now that It la cer
tain Cairo will apecdlly become a great railroad
and commercial city, preeenta an oppoi tnnlty for
iTsstmrnt nouikeiy to occur again.
TERMS H caab, bal. 6 and 13 month a eeenred
with 8 per cent Interest, or t per cent off for cash.
For further information inquire of
G. 8. P1DQEON.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
Cairo & Paducah Daily
HBNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOBQB JOBBb, Clerk.
1 area P.uUeah for Cairo dally (Sondaya except
ed) at 8 a. in ., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Beturn
lug.leaTea Cairo at 4 p.m. t Mound City at 8 p. m
- CAIRO, JLL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Lar2st Variety Sleek
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor, Nineteenth atreet I Pnivn III
CommarelalATanuel VyttHtr. II'
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Grand Central Store.
' DEALERS IN '
OIRO. - - ILL
136 &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Lintin Goods, Dusters, Notions, Etc.
A henry atock of Bod Brnaaeli, Taper
trtea and Ingrain
fall atock of Oil Clotbi, all alaei tad prleea.
All Uoodat t Bottom Frlottti