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Tflfi DAILY OAiiU) BULLETIN: 3ATUft&A MoMittG,. flEPftftfflifilw 20, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER Of ALEXANDER COUNTY
(HTEKEn AT TUB CAIRO P08TOFFICK FOB
rHANSJIIHSION TBROCOO THB MAILS AT
SECOND CLAB8 RATES.
The popular dry goods house of J. Bur
KW will be open at ? p. m. It
Tht Baltimore & Ohio telegraph office
wu moved iuto the Herbert building yea
terday evening: and is in full blast there
Fresh Oy.ters at Joe Steagale's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The Delta boyt are having their hall
up town made beautiful by painters and
other artisans, and they will celebrate its
completion by a grand dance at an early
On account of holiday we closed at 7
o'clock last evening and will re-open at
o'clock this (Saturday evening.)
Chicago Clothimj House.
' 1 ne net proceeds ot the match game
of base ball at the association park Thurs
day was between eighteen and twenty dot
lars, which will be turned over to the La
dies' Charity Association.
Mr. Hoke aad family, of Des Moines,
In., are recent additions to our community.
They will occupy one of Magistrate Com
ing's houses on Eighth street. Mr. Hoke
is an employe in the Illinois Central
Republican papers are reminding Lot
Morrill's wife that something happened to
another Lot's wife who waa ''too fresh."
But is thero then no difference between
turning back on Blaine and turning back
ing on Sodom f
Alfred Burns, of Poplar Bluffy Mo.,
writes, under date of Sept. 16, to Secretary
Lewis, of the Abe Lincoln society, "Re
ceived of the Abe Lincoln Mutual Life and
Accident Society, fifteen dollars in full for
one week's total disability. Thanks for
It is now a settled fact that Utpt
Ackerson, conductor oa the Texas & St.
Louis roai, will open the new hotel that
Mr. Peter Nell is building on Ohio lvee.
The building will probably not be realy.
for several months yet, an J Capt. Acker
son thinks he will not get started before
the 1st of January.
Deputy Sheriff L. H. Meyers captured
the young mm who hired a horse and bug
gy frome Cup!. Thistlewood's stable Thurs
day, and tried to get away with the rig.
The thief went to Culumbus, where be was
intercepted and the rig taken away from
him. He is now in the county await
ing preliminary txumination.
kJicaiut; wi muse lasunlltiuic C.UjJC-
ments with the coachmen: A Roman fa
ther bad power of life and death over his
children, but if he neglected to provide
husbands for his daughters before they
retched 4ian uncertain age" he was him
self responsible in the eyes of the law for
their indiscretions, and was not allowed t
- In special locals the St. Louis
and Cairo 8hort Line offers tickets
to St. Louis and return, during the Expo
sition, at one cent per mile, equal to one
fare. Tickets good to return up to and in
cluding the night of the 34th, and will give
holders two days in St. Louis. Tickets will
be sold to enable passengers tov reach St.
Lou's on the morning of the 23 J.
Mr. Burnett returned Wednesday night
from Dix.iu Springs, bringing with him his
daughter, Mau l, who, at the earnest solici
tation of her auat, Mrs. Ford, coupled with
the fact that she is one of the best nurses of
Cairo, was taken to her home. The trip
overtaxing her strength, brought on a re
lapse of fever, typhoid-malarial. Her
condition yesterday was considered very
critical by her physician, and friends and
visitors were not permitted to see her. Dr.
Strong is attending her.
With the election of Cleveland, and a
change of postmasters in some of the
country towns, we will expect less com
plaint from subscribers for non-receipt of
The Bclletis. As it is now the mail ser
vice in our own county, especially, is poor;
worse than none. There is no good reason
now why The Weekly Bulletin should
be from one week to two months reaching
suosciocrs at Olive Branch. Commercial
Point, etc., but such is the lamentable facts
of the esse.
We are pleased to acknowledge a cordial
invitation from Mr. Chas. Green, president
of the Great St. Louis Fair, which opens
. uctooer urn and closes October
llth, 1884. This colossal exhibition of live
tock, agricultural implements, dairy and
creamery products, texible fabrics, apiarien
supplies, minerals, chemicals and geologi
cal specimens will be the largest ever made
on this continent. All railroads n,
- o." r ..! i. . "
v oi. ju iuis uarc uiiuo a uua ire rate tor
the rpun J trip, and half rates on freight.
Any of our readers desiring a copy of the
illustrated premium list may secure one by
writing to Festus J. Wade, secretary, 718
Chestnut street, St. Louis, Mo., and stating
that they are readers of this paper.
., The work on the Mississippi river side
of the city Is assuming gigantic propor
Major Mitchell has about sixty men
at work every day. A huge mattress is be
ing constructed, one hundred and twenty
feet wide and a foot thick. About three
hundred and fifty feet have already been
finished and it is thought that next Mod.
day rock will be received and the work of
sinking commenced. The mattress will
be one continuous layer of brush three or
four thousand feet long, and will be sunk
as it is constructed. The brush used in
the mattress is taken from the tow bead
about half a mile above. People will find it
worth their while to go and see what char
acter of work Is being done to overpower
the mighty Mississippi, and how easily it Is
done is you only know bow.
Justice Osborne returned some days
ago from Hillsdale, Mich., where he had
spent some time with relatives. He says
the people there are unusually interested in
trie political situation and it Uiludaie is
any criterion for the state at large, Michi
gan will go Democratic by an overwhelm
ing majority. Hillsdale is a town of prob.
ably 4,000 inhabitants, and there are be
tween fifteen and twenty Democratic flag
poles up, and more coming, and the entbu
siasm of the people cortinues and spreads.
And this Democratic uprising is not among
Democrats alone, but among Republicans
as well, who are j oining the Democrats by
scores. Mr. Osborn's brother and his three
sons, all of voting age, who had been Re
publicans nearly all their lives, have all
changed and will support Cleveland and
The "melon-cholic" days have come,
when every fellow who gets up early in
the morning shivers with the cold and
wishes he had ordered his winter supply of
fuel. The evenings and mornings are quite
cool, but not unpleasant for the man who
has a fall overcoat. In the night when the
tired business man "wraps the drapery of
his couch about him and lies down to pleas
ant dreams," an extra coverlet is not taken
amiss. 'lis then that the festive mosquito
begins bis evening serenade and before he
gets through presents his bill for services
rendered, "there is no rose without a thorn"
and there is not a pleasant night, without
mosquito.' Apparently the gay mosquito
anticipates 'the coming frosts and is "get
ting in bis work" with energy before his
musical career is cut short. He certainly
is more energetic and has more capacity for
gore" than at any other season of fhe
year. But with the end of the campaign
and the Republican party the mosquito
will also go.. We bespeak him a gladsome
farewell, wheu he goes where there are no
"bloody shirts" and no Bob Thomases to
We have received from R. A. Saalfield,
publisher, New York, the following new
"Wi th Cleveland we will Win the Day,"
a veritable "Tippecane and Tyler too" mel
ody, by J. P. Skelly, which should carry
the New York Governor to the White
"Cleveland and Hendricks' Grand Victo
ry March," by J. J. Freeman. The music
is very pleasing and taking.
"Tou ask me to Forgive the Past" by Ed.
Greene, a very taking little sentimental bal
lad, full of melody.
"Better Luck To-morrow," by Henry
Martin. A new motto song, full of hope
good cheer and downright seasible thought.
'Amatono Waltzes," by Frank Conway.
A set of waltzes by no means new, but for
the first time brought to notice in these
columns. When the publishers claim over
100,000 copies have boen printed, and that
the demand is steadily increasing, it goes
without saying that the waltzes are very
goo.1. In fact the movements are more
than ordinarily pretty, and the melodies
The above pieces retail at music stores
for from 30 to 50 cents each. The five
would cost $2.10. The publisher, however,
offers to send the lot post free on receipt of
$1.00. If wanted address R. A. Ssalfleld,
12 Bible House, N.Y. '
Mr. Wm. Vint, 22 Flanders Line, Mel
bourne, Australia, testifies to the astonish
ing cure of his dislocated fingers, by the
use of 8t. Jscobs Oil, the wonderful pain
Summary of Meteorological Hecord of
Yesterday Afternoon for this
War Department. )
Siqxal Service, U. S. A.
Washington, Septemer 19, 1884. )
Sky more cloudy than clear. Barometer
above 80 at all points. Thermometer be
tween 61 and 01. Rain at Leavenworth,
.091, and New Orleans, .07.
The Bclletis thermometer stood as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below :
59- -6 A.M.
77- 12 M.
75- 16 P.M.
Keeping a diary is not what it is cracked
?kP Uu T.h,rty dV f "curacy is about
the limit of endurance; but Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup has never yet disappointed
any one who hss used it. 8anr. . i..u
I for that awful cold.
AN AWFUL SUSPICION.
Death From Poisonloff of Two Sis
ters of James Nutt, the
The Well From Which the Family Dross
Supposed to Have Been Poisoned
by Friends of Dukes.
The Entire Family Poisoned, But Only
Two Deaths Reported to
Umomown, Pa., September 19. In
tense excitement has been caascd here
by the discovery of an atrocious attempt
to take the lives ot the Nutt family. The
wall from which the supply ot water
used In the Nutt household was drawn
was poisoned by some unknown mis
creant. Two of the young ladl a are al
ready dead and other members of the
family are 111. As far as can be ascertained
there Is no apparent reason lor the delib
erate crime, aud ail efforts made, thus
far, to trace the person eugaged In the
horrible affair have proved a failure. The
first Intimation ot the coming horror was
the announcement last evening of the
sudden death of Miss Annie Nutt, sister
of Miss Lizzie Mutt (whose betrayal
by M. L. Dukes was followed
by the tragic death ot the
young girl's father, and subsequently of
Dukes, who was slain by James Nutt) a
gift of sixteen years. Up to Tuesday last
she bad been la the enjoyment ol her
usual health. The following day she aad
all other members of the family were
taken suddenly ill. In twenty-four hours
Annie was dead. The explanation given
by the family was that she died from indi
gestion, caused by eating a large quantity
of unripe fruit Yesterday morning,
however, the horrible suspicion gained
currency that the entire family had been
poisoned, and that Miss Annie was the
first victim. This was confirmed by an
examination of the well, in which it
was found p ison had been thrown. Dr.
John Fuller, the family physician, has ad
vised the holding of a post-mortem, and.
although Mrs. Nutt was at first unwilling
she finally gave her conseut. Last even
ing Miss Nettle Nutt, another of the sis
ters, expired, and the news ot her death
was quickly circulated through the town,
intensifying public opinion over too hor
rifying revelation. The water in the well
Is being analyzed and all are waiting the
report of the physician.
A WALL. STREET INCIDENT.
An Eccentric Cuatomar of Henry Olewa
New York, September 19. A tramp,
apparently in the last stage of decline,
entered the office ot Henry Clews A Co.,
yesterday. His bat was picked up from
a gutter, his coat was in tatters, his feet
stocklngless, and bis face and bauds cov
ered with an accumulation ot dirt which
time bad hardened into a crust. He
. sauntered into the customers' room and
proceeded to take possession of the
apartment lie sank loto a p'ob-cov-ered
chair, spread oat his Ifs and
looked with interest at the
stock quotatatlons a. tbey w re
bulletined on the wall. Mr. Budd,
tbe manager of the room, ap
proached the Intruder, laid his hand on
bis abonlder, and waa abut to eject htm
forcibly from the office, when tht tramp
put his hands In his packets and palled
out two big rolls of bills aad said: "Look
here, young man, what are you doing?
Buy me one hundred shares Western
Union." The sight of the bills qoite
staggered Mr. Budd, who toot then and
found that the amount was 91,500. As
this was equal to twenty-five per cent
margin on one hundred shares Western
Union, the tramp's order was accepted
and he was regularly enrolled as one of
Mr. Clews' customers.
GRANT'S OLD REGIMENT.
Oread Reunion of the Twenty-first 11 1
noia at Areola.
Mattoox, III., September 19. The
Twenty-first Illinois Regiment Is holding
a grand reunion at Areola to-day. Gov
ernor Hamilton and Senator Horace 8.
Clark are the orators of the day. The
Twenty-first is General Grant's old regi
ment Not Enoush to Oo Around.
Toronto, September 19. The Gfooe's
cable says: "At the regular halt-yearly
meeting of the shareholders of the Grand
Trunk Railway Company, dividends on
the first preference shares were de-'
blared In full, and on the second prefer
ence shares the dividend was passed.
Only 600 remained after the first divi
dend was met The net loss on the
ball-yearly receipts is 3,000.
Bxkux, Wis., September 19 Sixteen
frame residences and stores burned here
early this morning. Aa hour after the'
flame broke out the buildings wen oon-
snroeo. it is iearea the whle town will
burn. All the inhabitants are ont tiKt.
Ing the fire. The toes, so far, is 120,000;'
Vo Fariheur V for Thua.
Pittsburgh, Pa., September 19. The
United States and American Expree
Companies have been notified to witn
draw from the Pittsburgh A Western
Railroad and Its leased line, as it la the
intention ot the latter to run Its oWn ex
press. Aa O.d Vina Aaaltfte.
New Yore, September 19. Riodkopf
Bros. A Co., wholesale clothiers who have
been la business about forty years, to
day aaatgaad for the benefit of their cred
itors, giving preferences for upwards of
100,400. Tk excltemett over this fatt
are to trade Is Intense.
Chicago, III., September 19. Dis
patches from Detroit, Looisvtlle and lo
in aaapolli aay the shock ot an earthquake
wu felt at flftaea mrnntee alter two this
afternoon. It was most severe at Indl
taaaolU, tarowlag the battery (rem tbe
tars In the telegraph offloe.
Tbi Haocs, September 19. The
Dutch BudgM shows a deficit of fifteen
nlllton florins, which has resulted mainly
rom the dosoaetlaatloa of silver. It If
scoposed to pot a tat oa tobacco. ,
GORDON OKTTUra TIBKD.
Cairo, September 19. Two more tele,
grams have been received Jtorn Gordon
who bitterly complains at the negligence
of the Government in sending relief, and
say that tbe rebels around Khartoum are
constantly Increasing aad becoming more
nffcrrmslva. Ills force baa been connld.
erably weakened by the expedition sent
to hum uerocr.
BKKBKB MUST BURN.
Government On receipt of Gordon's dls
patch yesterday announcing he had sent
Colonel btewart with troops to capture
and burn Berber immediately ordered
a strong force under Colonel Wilson to
proceed at once to form a junction with
Stewart aad aid the latter In the endeavor
to take Berber. Wilson Is already on his
way to Berber.
Dublin, September 19. The municipal
authorities at Limerick have finally re
solved not to pay the extra police tax, or
send a deputation to Earl Spencer,
Lord Lieutenant ot Ireland, whom
they denounce as a tyrant The
extra po.lce were appointed by the Gov
ernment on the plea that the local author
ltles did not furnish' sufficient protection
against the outrages, and tin cost ot
their maintenance was assessed upon the
communities to which they were as
signed. This Is the tax that Limerick
refuses to pay.
London, September 19. It Is ass rted
that England is going to lead Egypt
8,000,000, to pay tbe floating debt and
Alexandria Indemnity. The balance will
be uded in the construction ot irrigation
Failures for tbe Week.
New York, September 19. The fail
ures throughout the country for the last
seven days, reported to II G. Dun & Co.,
number for the United States, 195; Can
ada, 23; total, 218, as compared with a
tout of 220 for the last week. The
numbers are nearly identical and the dis
tribution about the same as the previous
Marshall, Mo., September 1?. Mrs.
Hawkins, wife of John A. Hawkins, a
very prominent and wealthy farmer liv
ing lu the northern part of tbis county,
w as last night suddenly caUed to the side
of ber little child, who was taken with a
spasm. Mrs. Hawkins, upon seeing the
child, dropped instantly dead, supposed
to have been of heart disease.
Grin aad Provision
Fill DAT, SEPTEMBER 19, 1884.
CorrOS -Steady; m'fiduo. t 9i.
fvocB Steady: XXX to coolce. 13.60 A3 -3);
Wuhat Higher; No. X Ked, mSJTSc;
No. I Ked. et'&c
OORS-Hi?ber: SNo. t mixed, 5lilj; Ho.
I btte mixrd, S53c.
OATS-Hirher: No. X. rsirfce.
Hra HixiK-r; No. 1 Susoo.
ToBACcn-inrm: mm: common to eftotee
S6.iw3IO.00: leaf; common red leaf, ITJod
tu.uu: medium to frood SS.03i;.ua
fUr Pralrm ft.iMHtH 0O tor prime to choice
new: Clover mixed. tor common to
prime: choice new Umotbr, t&-GO&LU.0O; fan
BOTTIK Firmer: ctiolce to taney rreamery
t!c: dairy, cfloic to tanoy. lt-'lc; tow
Egos Active; fresh stock, U4315c per
Potatoes Steady, at 32 v30c per bushel.
Pork Steady; newmeaa. fit. 71
Lawj Vulet: prime iteam. 6fc37e.
Baoos Lone. ki419o: ahoru, luKftllo;
ei nbe. lOVdlO'e, all packed.
WoOfcTub-wasaed. ehoioe. W&Ke: fate,
n2Xc: dingy and low 26212B. Cawaabed
Choice medium. SvO-lle; rood average m
dluz IfrdlBc: selected ilrbt fioelTSiao; rood
ferag-e. 141 To; heavy HJlSc: oomOinr. Si;
owx, 20321 sc: combing, low rradea. M&lfei.
Hioas Uaiet; dry flioi, IStte: damaged,
Bsc: Duim or stars. 10c; dry salts L
Be; dry salted, damaged. lOo: kip and
calf, saued. se: da naged, e 4c; Duns and
at. igo; green, uncured, 1rc; damarod,
Scnr Pslts Weak: rreen. T53-c; dry
do, 7fc., as to amount and quality or wool;
rreen s&eariinin. M&iQo; dry do. WUo;
green larao aklns, bmAo.
W Ha at Firmer: No. 2 Bed. September,
8TH; October. V,c: November, (Bsc; De
cember. l'4c; January, JBc; February,
6V: May, Wc.
Coan Higher; September, B?fc; October,
jtlfcc; November, 69c; Ltecember, 51 e; Jan
Oats Steady; September, 31 Sc; October,
Der, TiaTTSc; .-"loveraier, joa7e; De
cember. 8LHi.Hc; May, 81c.
, Coa5 Higher; September. Mfce; October,
Uo; November. 47c; year, as-ic; May,
' Oats Firmer; September, 25 c; Octebor,
ISHo; November, &c; year, t&'tc; May,
. poac Steviy; Septfinber, S18.T5; October,
$17.00; year, S1L30; Jai.trtry. Ill.tH
. Labd Hirher; ttep:e nber, S7.2T): October,
ITJD; November, 7.(7; December, $1.0;
SHoaT Kjbs September, f9.M; October,
Z4t fctoek Markata.
HOGS Receipts, LOU); market slow and
Iftjattc lower; good Kramers A4 7.va6.26: llvht,
S6.8S4S.S0; rough packing, t4.4Oa6.C0;
bonvy packing and khlpplng, A.feaAJO.
Cattws Receipt. natives strong1;
Texans loc hiher; ex porta, A..Vi7.00; good
to choice shipping, fi.ou.so; common to
fair, 4.750r.W: Texans. (4.0095.00.
Sb-kep Receipts, z,0JO; steady; Inferior
o choice. 12AH.'k
Ctti. Demand active: common sradns
uoch inge-1: ext-a He!r. n.50a.ao; good
to choice stAe, SS.OO'oe.40; lair to medium,
4.art5.s0; Toxas steer. 4Vr4.75; mlx.jd
botchers', f4.2&(65.0o; Canada Ftxkerj,
ti.lfi: Western stookers, a.'l.6uQ4.uo.
Hiir-Market lairly active; common to
fair st.ecp, Wt'MM; good to ch"lco, $4,109
4.7A; Wi.st.nm la mis, (4.00(6.10; Canada
Hoiood demand; good to choice York
era, (A.ftj.3; common to fair grtwsers,
iJtbtAM good mediums and heavy, te.Jmd
S.60; aboat all sold.
Cattle Unchanged: exports, !A00QeJ8;
ehoaee shipping, S6.40d4.8u; common to mo
dtaua, a.axSi.OO; feeders, (4.004.ft0; ooi
taoo, tt.60dH.r3; grass Texas steers,
Hjo Unolranged ; sales
mainiv at aaefiftson
BtlMr oireaay; niuve muttons sold
(a ka S5; Blockers, (!.!& per head
Money and Stook Karkat.
Maw Tobk, ptflmbar M. Stocks opened
sower and docl nel itQIH por oeo. New
Jersey c entral leading, with sales down to
4H Huhaoqueatlv I nlon Paotflo rose IS to
40U, and tiie Urt sold up In sympathy. Money,
MM mt oeut.; bar silver, 110)4. Stocks weak
aad lownr, exorpt 1 o'tawanna, whloh ad
vaneed to 106 eaali. Granger shares weak ai.d
ar rased for sale on nnfnvorable repoit1 re
gardtog tae railway slt'iatian In ths Wast.
rVwffi", WHi 'Y. : . U0 reeWo
STOTES, -:- EAI6ES, -:- TIN,
Japanned Berlin and Agate Ware,
Biid Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil, Gasoline and Gas Stoves, Detroit -Safe
Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
torn Shelters, Planters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 &
TELEPHONE NO. SO.
Leaders in Low Prices.
MEN'S & BOYS'
136 Commercial Avenue,
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sachels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOE THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Line of Busioeis. 'Examine goods and pri
ces Leiore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
"Wm. Xaidwig fc Co.
FOK8ALK. Haydock Fbaeton, new. Hit eric
tm fur SUj.-ltquire of K. A. Burnett, lialle
FOK SALE Etyd' ck Jamp ieat lorrer. Hit price
$M5. new, gaod job, for 1W. Inquire of E. A.
FOK HtLE. New Horn ScwIdk Machine rlfht
from the factorj, lilt prlea $50 for fW, X. A.
FOK HALK We haraUit received a car load of
tbe Celebrated Stndebaker Wairont, which are
biried Terr cheep; alto tew buglet, tprlng
wjgonr, Ac. N. B. TH1STLKU OUO 4 BltO.
FOR R5NT Cuhl'e ronaence property, t. e. cor.
'3 end Uolkrook Are. Fine! etory brick resi
dence of 10 room , elegiatly finlrbed la modern
trie; barn, onikou ee. etc. Large yard with fruit
and ttrawDerriet. Kent low to a eood tenant.
M. 4. HOWLS?, Agent.
FOR RENT Tbe large, commodlone itore room
and baiement on Leiee it., below 8th it., re
cenllr occupied by K. B. TkliUewood & Bro.
M.J. Bowlbt. Agent.
At Auction Valuable Real Estate
At the front door of the Court House, In Cairo,
Illi, it 2 P.M., on
WEDNESDAY tbe let DAY of OCTOBER, 1884,
I will Oder for fle to the blghet bidder, the fol
lowing, terydeelrable property, via: Brick hjme
and lot 34x100 feet, Watblngton avenue, adlololng
Brewery, block 28. Dwelling bouee and lot S3,
M and 35, block 30, 12th atreet. Dwelling houie
and Iota 81 and S2. block 79, Centre atreet. Lota
S and 3. block 48, tat addition, Poplar atreet; lot
14, block 18, lt tdditlon. near tbe New York itore;
lot 82, block 30, 12th atreet, M , AV
Thla la verv detlrable property, altnated In the
bualneaa ceotrea of the city, and bow that It la cer
tain Cairo will apeedlly become a great railroad
and commercial city, preaenta an oppoituulty for
investment not likely to occur again.
TERMS H caih, bal. and 12 month a aecared
with 8 per cent Intereet. or 8 per cent off for caih.
For further Information Inquire of
O. 8. PIDQEON.
M.J. HOWLEY, Agent.
The Begnlar Cairo & Padncab Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Maater.
UBOBQE JOBKo, Clerk.
leave P.tducah forOtlro dally (Handays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Monad City at 1 p. at. Hetnrn
lng, le aval Cairo at 4 p.m. 1 Moand Cltyatlp.a
- - - CAIRO, ILL.
Dealers in All Kinds of-
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet I Poivn Til
Commercial Avenna r lall U, HI
Grand Central Store.
OiMRO. - ILL
136 & 138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
' DRESS GOODS,
Linen Hoods, Dusters, Notions, Etc
A heavy atock of Body Bruitels, Taper
tnei and Ingrain
A (nil stock of Oil Cloths, all alaei and pries. .
All Uooda at Bottom Frio!
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