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I'M DAILY OaIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1834.
Additional locals oa third page.
Mr. Jamci Massee, of Columbus, Ky.,
was io the city last evening.
Mr. W. II. Oakley and sou returned
yesterday from South Bund.
$1.25 will buy and deliver a load of
stove wood from the Box Factory. 2t
Mr. C. T. Rudd.of Clinton, Ky., form
erly of this place, was in town yesterday
- Mr. L. P. Parker, of the IlaUiday, left
yesterday on a short trip down t!ie Texas
A fit. Louis road.
Stove wood 1 1.25 per load, delivered
in any part of the city by The Cairo Boi
lion. F. E. Albright was in the city
yesterday, on his way to Joncsboro to meet
Capt. Thomas in joint debate.
The street committee met yesterday
afternoon and decided upon some neces
sary work to be done in the near future.
Fresh Oysters at Joe Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
The steamer ,Morgn cams in coutact
with an obstruction at Bird's Point Satur
day and damaged her bow stem somewhat.
The auction sale of the large stock of
clothing and furnishing good.', at the Palace
clothing house of Samuel Burger, occurs
The Box Factory will deliver stove
wood in any pait of the city at $1.23 per
load. Telephone No. 47. 2t
Mrs. Crews, mother of Mm. P. W. Bar
clay, and Miss Fannie Buclay, left yester
day afternoon for Chicago, to be gono sev
Found a pair of gold spectacles. Own
er can have Bame by paying for this notice,
at I. Farnbaker's. n
Capt.W. P. llalliday and family will
arrive Tuesday from Chicago, at St. Johns,
and stop over there on a visit to Mrs. IPs.
brother, M. C. Wright.
Esquire Pennebaker and wife, of Col
umbus, Ky., are in the city. The Esq. is the
father of our esteemed fellow-citizen, Mr.
C. B. 8. Pennebaker, of ' the Cairo City
Order your stove wood from the Box
Factory, $1.25 per load, delivered. Tele
phone No. 47. Orders will receive prompt
Mr. Ranse Sampson has resigned his
position on the transfer steamer Morgan
uu ifbuiuea ma position wun tue vairo
City coal company, as pilot of the tug
A man measuring seven feet seven and
a half inches in height was the object of
much curiosity at The llalliday last Sun
day. He was from Texas and left on the
Illinois Central train for the north.
The Spies Lumber Company is having
its log way extended down lower into the
river, which is made necessary by the de
cline in the river. A considerable number
of piles are being driven.
Yesterday Miss S. S. Towles opened
her private school for little children in the
Bulletin building on Washington avenue.
The room has been neatly repaired, and is
a pleasant place and conveniently located
States Attorney Angus Lotk left last
evening to attend to an important case in
the supreme court at Mt. Vernon. He will
go from there to Indianapolis, also on pro
fessional business and will return the latter
part of this week.
The steamer City of Helena was due
here Sunday night from St. Louis, but had
not arrived last uight. Shu was last beard
from at Caps Giradeau and it was thought
that some accident had befallen her between
here and there.
Among the stranger In the city yes
terday was Mr. Frank Neibauer, the Re
publican nominee for the state senate. Of
course he doesn't think that Hon. Geo. W.
Hill, the Democratic nominee, has a ghost
of a chance-such is the sublime egotism
of nearly all condidates now-a-days.
General Butler's talk about leading an
other army down South will, we fear, tend
to exaggerate the impression, already too
prevalent in certain sections of this country,
that he is the same cock-eyed old blather
skite who was bottled up at Bermuda Hun
dreds. Mr. Frank Cassidy and family, accom
panied by Miss La Forge, sister of Mrs.
Caasidy, left yesterday for E Jdyville, Ky.,
to attend the wedding of Mr. Cassidy's sis
ter, Misa May, to Mr. Ed. James, a young
attorney to Eddyville. The wedding will
come off on the 25th.
The police force of the city is adorned
with new hats of the latest styles, present
ed to them by Messrs. Whitlock Bros., of
, the "Oak Hall." "Oak Hall" has been do-
Inu ft thrivlnrv Kiuihu. : - i. . . . i
"6 u uui uunng me
list aeveral days and is holding its own as
one of the leading general furnishing
bouses in the city.
The ladies of the "Cairo Charitable
'-uocit.ttoaN wish to express their heartfelt
thanks to the "Cairo Base Ball Association"
for the kind donation of $15.20. This was
the second donation received in the course
of one week, and this kind remembrance
of the different societies tends to encourage
very ouch the ladies who undertook to re
lieve the wants and sufferings of our poor
... A white drummer named Lungers-
Batumi, representing F. A. Kaufman, vine
gar manufacturer of St. Louis was escorting
two of the blackest and ugliest disreputa
ble female inhabitants of Pinch along Com
mcrcial avenue lato Sunday night. Offi
cer Dunn arrested tho women, and when
Mr. Lungers-Uauscn objected to being
deprived of hie charmers the officer arrested
him also. The drummer was tried last
evening and was discharged; his ebony
companions will have a hearing to-dny.
Mr. Joseph Smith, of Cincinnati, who
has been here on a visit at the residence of
Mr. Frank Kline, and Miss Lillie Held, of
Murpbysboro, who was visiting at Mr.
Chas. Gilhofer's residence, and in whose
honor a ball was given at the Ideal League
ball last Friday, left for their respective
There Is in the air these mornings a
faint suggestiveness of frost. We forget
the sweltering period just past and look
forward to the melancholy days that fill the
air with baze, paint the forests red and cool
off the Republican corpse for burial. There's
a good time coming, and The Bulletin
will grow in grace and good works till the
political and journalistic millenium is
Capt. Hiram Hill with his force of
men and machinery has mastered the Mis
sissippi river current at Bird's Point and is
making good headway in the work of mak
ing the Texas and St. Louis incline firm
against the action of the water. For a
while the water seemed to have the upper
hand against the work that was being done.
It is thought that the incline will be ready
for use again in a week or ten days.
The current number of the St. Louis
Leather Gazette protests against the barbed
wire fence as an enemy to the leather
dealer. The ground taken is the curious
one that the barbs scratch the skin of the
living cattle until it is valueless for leather,
the dry hides, in the language of the Ga
zette, "looking like a war map or an illus
tration of the burnt district after the Chi
cago fire." The rnattcV will be called to
the attention of the cattle convention to be
held in this city.
Mr.-Mathew Walsh, the new agent ot
the Irotr Mountain road here, arrived yes
terday from St. Louis, to prepare to take
charge of his office here. He is not quite
well and will probably "lay off" for a day
or two. It is understood that he will take
charge on the 30tb instant, and that efforts
are being made to secure a front room on
the first floor ofono of Mr. Neff's new
buildings on Ohio levee, for the offices.
Whether there will be any change in the
personel of the Iron Mountain office after
Mr. Walsh shall have taken charge, is not
The aunual fall invasion of America by
a countless horde of actors and singers
from the effete monarchies of Europe has
begun, and soon they will be devastating
our cities as the grasshoppers were wont to
glean the grain-fields of the Northwest.
Why is there not laid upon this pauper
talent of the Old World a tariff sufficiently
high to protect our iofant theatrical in
dustries? True, Booth, Mary Anderson,
Lotta, Barrett, Daly and a few others from
this side are now, or have been, across the
ocean on reprisal expeditions, but tho bal
ance of histrionic trade is largely against
us, and we insist that Blaine and Logan be
gin at once the building of that Chinese
wall of protection around the fifteen or
twenty million free-born citizens and citi
zenesses of the United States who would
stalk upon the stage at once, were the pro
tecting wing of the "American policy" ex
tended over them.
There was an unusually largo attend-
and at the Methodist church Sunday night
to hear the farewell sermon of Rev. J. A.
Scarritt, who left yesterday for Carlinville,
to attend the Methodist conference in ses
sion there. In the course of his sermon
Mr. Scarritt etated the following interest
ing facts about the church, the pastors and
the congregation; as per the Argus of last
evening: "During his remark he stated
that this church had been in existence io
Cairo about 29 years, and in all that time
it never had been without a regularly ap
pointed pastor. During those 29 years, as
much as people abroad have to say about
the sickliness of Cairo, not a single pastor
or pastor's wife had died here. Mr. Scar
ritt was here in '53 when the wator came
in. The church at that time was a mission
charge, and about $450 was about all the
money he and Mr. Linkinfslter, who was
his assistant at Mound City, got for their
pay. It was the hardest year financially,
he ever experienced in his pastoral work.
It was due to the people now to say that
ths past year had b;en marked by tho best
financial support he had ever recieved as a
pastor. His showing of the other branches
ot the church work exhibited equal pro
gress, all of which he cited for the encour
agement of the people."
For the Bulletin.
Little star that art In heaven,
toiler where the angel elng,
Little liar that art In heaven,
Glittering and glide rlnt.
Who, or what, are you that nightly
Shine io silvery and io brightly.
Are yon Dot a therub there,
Winging through the azure skies?
Hare yon fluttcrod out of Edio,
Through the gate of Paradise?
Doe. Heaven' light around yon cling.
Olllterlng and illUorlugl
A FAITHLESS SPOUSE
'Causes the Death of Her Lover
And the Undoing of Her
The Wrongs and Insults Which Led Bus
ell Eose, the Deserted Husband,
to Kill James BamBbottom.
The Wretched Woman's Grief For the
Death of the Man Who
Watebuukv, Coxx., September 22.
Upon Investigation It appears that lite
Klvertou murder near Wiusted last week,
in which young James Kainsbotton was
killed by Russell Rose, was provoked.
It is the talk ol Northwestern Connecti
cut. There is a woman in the case
graceful aud handsomo person of the
brunette style of beautv. who is the wife
of ltutie, and who has beeu living aoart
from him ever since the couple moved
there from Troy, N. Y., several months
ago. She is thirty years old. Rmta U
not so well known as are the IUmsbot-
toms. The latter are a hard bet, and
James Hams bottom, though only twenty
one years old, ban for veara Drilled him
self upon being a bard drinker and a
knocker oat." lie has iu fact been the
bully of lilverton. For some unknown
reason Mrs. Rose became
I.NKATL'ATKD WITH 1IIM.
She met turn at picnics last summer and
later on clandestinely, until finally he be
came her attendant everywhere. Hiver-
too u foor miles east of Yinsted. Mrs.
Rose has this fall been living on the Ge
noa farm, on the Sandy Brook road, three
miles out of Riverton. Her husband 1ms
been working In the village but he has
known of ttw growing intimacy between
his recreant wife and young Rimsbottom.
For several weeks it is said the latter ban
spent days and nights at Mrs. Rose's
house. As a consequence a bitter feel
ing has rankled between the abandoned
husband and his wife's lover, w hich has
only waited for an opportunity to burst
out. On Wednesday night both Rose and
Ramsbottom were at the village hull in
Jtiverton. ine latter was druuk, and as
the nlgut wore away he grew
DOISTKKOUS AND INSULTING
toward Hose. He challenaed him to
light, and finally invited him wit of doors.
This so maddened Rose that be di 1
go out with him, and after receiviug one
blow he drew tils slung-shot, it is sup
posed, and cracked R imsbottomovor the
eye. liamsbottom fell backward, ami
his head striking on a rock his neck was
broken by the fall. Rose is still under
arrest, pending the decision of the Cor
oner. His wife is much cast down over
the death of Ramsbottom, and condemns
her husband bitterly.
Victoria Will Sing:.
New Yokk, September 22. Gilmore,
one ot the lessees of Niblo's gardoD, said
last evening that all arrangements had
bcon concludod with Victoria Schelling
to sing at that theater, and that he was
only awaiting the signature of the young
woman to the contract which was pre
pared. By the agreement she is to slug
twice a night, iu concert costume, during
the principal acts, especially in the ros
scene. She will be provided with an ele.
gant costume costing upward of SHOO,
and the first engagement will coutiuue
during the run of the "Seven Rivens,"
which will not be withdrawn until Thanks
giving. H Kit LAST WALK.
Ab Agxsd Sleep-Walker Killed by a Fall.
Erie, Pa., September Sii. Mrs. S. 1).
Van Camp, a lady aged tdxty years, and a
somnambulist, living in Glrard, got out
of a second-story window yesterday
morning and when discovered was walk
ing on a narrow ledge which ran along
the side of the house. Seeing her peril,
a member of the family indiscreetly
call.Al out to the sleep-walker. The lat
ter vas aroused, and at ouce loot her
balance, falling to the ground and re
ceived Injuries from which she died.
Fatal Cattle Disease.
Leavenworth, Kas., September 22
A strange and fatal cattle disease has at
tacked the town cows. Several of them
have died and many others aro sick. The
disease also prevails iu the surroandlng
country. The cattle are sick from five to
eight days. Their urioe is very bloody,
and examination shows that the brains
turn black. Great consternation prevails
among stock-raisers on account of the dis
ease. Several telegrams are out in search
of State Veterinarian Holcombe, urging
him to eomc here at once.
Mrs. General Hancock's Musical Con
tribution. New Yokk, September 22. Mrs. Gen
eral Hancock bus just completed tho
music for a centennary ode for the
hundredth birthday of Sir Moses Monte
flero, the Hebrew philanthropist. The
occasion will be celebrated ail over the
world by Sir Moses' friends. It was in
compliance with the wish of many of his
admirers In Baltimore that Mrs. Hancock
prepared original music. It is arranged
for a full orchestra.
Sovereign Grand Inspectors.
Milwaukek, Wis., September 22. A.
large number of prominent Masons of
the thirty-third degree left this morning;
to attend the annual session of the Su
premo Council of Sovereign Grand In-)
spectors-General of the thirty-third aud
last degree of the Ancient aud Accepted
Scottish Rite for the Northern jurisdic
tion ot the United States, which opens at)
Detroit to-morrow. Harry 1 'aimer, Sovi
elgn Grand Commander of the United
States, accompanies the party.
All Are Airroed.
Chicago, III., September 22. The Pa
cific Coast pooling agreement on Califor
nia business was this morning signed
by representatives of alt the roads Inter
ested. Death of Captain Clark.
Wasiuhotok, D. C, September 22
Captain VTI1 tarn P. Clark, of the Second
Cavalry, a member ot LleuleoaaUGeneral'
Sheridan's staff, and a prominent author
ity on atl matters perUlBlag to indlaa
Jangu5i.and customs, died this mn
Iftjg of perHonltls. His rsyains will kw
taken Io New York State lor Interment.'
Lojsdox, September 22. General Lord
Wolseley has telegraphed the War Office
to stop forwarding troops to Egypt for
the present, it is believed that the expo-
JI.I M I . . a - .... .
uiiKJ- mr me renei oi Khartoum will oe
reduced to a flying column, owing to the
favorable news from General Gordon.
BLOCKING T1IK UIVEIl WOO SUNG.
Lobdolv, September 22. --A dispatch
from Shanghai this afternoon states that
notwithstanding the protest of various
foreign consuls and the Shanghai Cham
ber of Commerce, the Chinese authorities
commenced blocking the entrance to the
Woo Sung river at the outer bar, but
promised to leave a passage opeu for
neutral vosscls. iunks filled with stones
are being sunk and torpedoes planted.
Aotlve preparations are being made to
prevent the French sending a fleet up the
Woo Sung River, preparatory to an at
Uck on Shanghai, an operation which,
but Tor the step taken, would present lit
tle dlfllcu ty. A panic prevails at Shang
hai. The Russian Consuls will, It Is as
serted, protect French luterests in
Nbw York, September 22. Zacharlah
Stern has assigned, giving preferences
of about thirty thousand dollars.
No Prog-res Yet.
Chicago, III., September 22. The
general freight agents of roads interested
lu Nebraska met aaln this mominf ta
complete a truce, but up 1 1 noon no
lrugress nas Deen made.
The' Bark Minnie AUen Burned.
New York, September 22. The Amer
ican bark, Minnie Allen. Captain Soen-
ccr, was totally burned at the wharf this
Log-an in Ohio.
Cleveland, O., September 22. Gen
eral Logan left Youngstown by special
train at nine o'clock this moruiug, ac
companied by General Noyes, General
Torrence and a party of newspaper men.
At Alliance Logan made a stop for an
hour and delivered a short address to a
crowd of several thousand. He received
a contluued ovation all along the line.
He will reach Cauton late this afternoon,
where he speaks to-ulght. To-morrow
he atteuds a great demonstration at
GTain and Provisions.
MONDAY, SE1TEMUEU22, im.
Cotton Su;uly; tn'OJlitur. luii i'O1, i.
Fi.ouk Sternly: XAJt to cuoieo, U.M J.3Ji
Vt hkat Kiiiner: No. S Hod. TTU'ttTS'io;
No. u Ked, 117 viKiHc.
Cokn HUrlier; No. 2 mixed, M.Vio: No.
5 white mixed, We.
oats Weaker: No. 2. 24427j.
Kye Steady; No. 2. V.iiic.
ToiiACCo-r irui; lutrs; common to ctio;ee
i.O'il0.00; leitt; common rwl lour, $7.i-(4
iu.uu: uiudiuiu to pood ftt.oa31T.uu.
Hav PruirtH rt.Ui4a.UU lor prime touholoo
new; clover muted. t'tM lor eonimon n
pnuio: choice new timothy, $U.U0(u,10.uO; run
cy, f ll.UOi'iti.00.
Uottkb Pinner: onolccto fancy rrentnerf
V7o: dairy, caoice to luncy, itb-ia; low
Koos Hife-lier; fresh stock, WJl'Jc per
Potatoes Steady, at SO&'iTo per bushek
run Meuciy; new mess, sn.ou.
Lard Quiet; prime steam. 7!,&7 V.
IUcon Lonirt, lOTsiikl'-ro; oru. 11
clear ribs, lus10'4c, all iiackcd.
Wool Tub-washod. choice, IflK&SSo: fair,
27i"c; diniry and low -jfcitfXc. Unwttxtwxl
Choice medium, 2Ui&-'lc; good avei-ae me
dium lK4i9c: ttolooted Usrht thia 17-tHj; good
average, WiiVlo; heavy liISc: eombtru. V
oioixi, aj.'iS": combiiiK. low r rales. IftiMUc.
Hioss Ouiet: dry ttiat. Hie: damasro4.
Lie: buns r . stars. 10c; dry talte 1,
12Sc: dry salted, damaged, tto: ktp and
cair, salted. o; damaged, C4c; buus ani
swtrs, 6Vjo; grcun, unoured, 7Vo; damaged,
Sihkp Pelts Weak; fireuo. TS tSia; dry
do, 40s75u., as to amount and miallty wr'l;
sren sliearlinir-i. 1520c; eavly Htieured, 3ni
rOe; green lamb ekius. iW 40j.
Whkat Lower; 8epttriiter, ; Dft-
ber, t5c; November, 1" s.V77'c: December,
7V7!lc; May, sUiic; Jani:a , 7V.
Coit.N HiKlier; September, 7c; October,
Bx-Ste; November, 4.Hc; year, iOo; Way,
Oats Firnur; September, 2c; Octoher,
2; November, !iti)u; year, 2fic; May.
Pork Hiirher; September, $IB.75; Octo
ber, $17; year, 112; January, tl::. 'i.
La mi Hiirher; September, 7.3&; October,
I7.3S; November, 7.K!vi: Ifecembnr, I7.S0;
Shout Jims September, $10.60; October.
Wheat Weaker; No. 2 Red. September,
; October, 87c; November, Ko; De
cember, N(io; January, 91c.
Cokn Higher; September, S o; Octibnr,
61 e; Novembor, 6;4c; December, SI c: Jan
Oats Steady; September, 31 c; Ootober.
31Xc; November, iCHc
Live Stock Markets.
Hons KeceipM, 10,000; market fair! r a t
lve and uncliaugei; giassers. 5;
llirht, fS.SUkp.i.riu; routrh p.ioklnif, o..)io.70;
heavy packing and shipping, I5.7& 4t
, CAT-TLB KeoelpU, s,5n; market d ill; Ifttt
liic lower; exports, f6.40iefl.K5;good to ohokte,
$S.90iU.t0; common to (air, f4.fiuQft.7n; 'I'cx
Sukkp Receipts, 2,000; steady; inferior to
Cattle Demand active; common g,T.drs
urn hinged: extra Kteers, $H.fcn,frj; Jro,,d
to choice steers. Jsj.OiV'SMO; fair to mtd.u-n,
S.3il5.'.lO; Texas stnere, $4 2V4.75: m!.d
butchers', $4.ltfA0.; Canada ctocker.i, fj.ki
4g,4.lA; Western stockors, i.i.r4ti.iju.
Shkk.h Market fairly acrtive; cora.Tion fo
fairshoep, t.2&e4.UU; good to eh i ion, 4.llla
4.76; Wtstorn lambs, f4.uo5j5.GU; Canada
Hooh ood demand; good to choice York
ers, S.O.xfotl.l.'O; common to tair grass-rs,
ii.aWl.HO; good mediums and heavy, $U..A4
8.&0; about nil sold,
Cattlk Receipts, I.IW; market wak and
plow; at 10 i to lno lower for f runs Toxans;
natives nominally unchanged; rxparfA, $ii.uQ
tWUU; good.U) choice shipping, fi.6Uto.ttt;
common to medium, f.0too.; teedem,
t4.USi4l.75j cow, tU.00lia3.Su; grass IVxaa
U wis Receipt. S,SO0 Ileal; wBak and low.
or; closing Wronger; asmirtoj rwht, tVWva
6.60: heavy packing, $5 666.Hu; medium, $5.46
H'tltR! Receipts, ISO hol d; quiet an 1 uo
olianied. Joney and Stock M-irk it.
Nkw York, 8 iptcmber a.-Mmey, M9
pur cent; lar tdtvor. 1KHj nookf opoand
unlet minpaivd with Hnturday's ekmJn; Un
ion I'nulnc foil oflt lj other shares to Vi;
sntinwtae'itly Union Paotflc and Lackawanna
become strong, a groat ncnrolty or toth stocks
bolng dcvoloiN'd; tho former rosn Irono 4U
io 61H, and the latter from IU8 to KOS . Tlwre
iu a diffwreuo of fi Iwurem cas'i and regu
U". Northwwitorn rosn Hi New Je.wr Cn
tral 14 and tho remuludor tn t. The po
Mil rut of rwrllnir exeliniKU hate been ail
voo3l to iHk and 16 .. to p u, tlmK-e,
lUOti; lit; H iS; I'aullio tK tJ. ,
WM. 1. -DAVIDBOS,
STOVES, -:- GANGES, -:- TIB,
Japanned Berlin and Agate "Wara,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Wcstlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Stoves letrolt
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkinff Cultivitors.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLEPHOyK NO. 0.
Leaders in Low IJricc?s.
MEN'S & HOYS'
CLOTHING . H OUSJil,
136 Commercial Aveuue, - - .- CilRO, ILL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks-, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and Rubber Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOIi THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Short Notice in their Line of BuainefB. Examine goods and pri
ces Le.'ore purchasing elsewhere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Atc.
"Wm. Ludwicr & Co.
FOR SALE. Haydock I'hsttton, new, lit price
for J12 j.-Iuquire of E. A. Burnett, Bulle
FOK S ALK Haydftlc J 'imp -nest f urrey. Hut orlce
8145, ncw,gid jul, for JIM. Inquire of E A.
FOK SALE. New Home Scwini; Machine right
frnm thn fnrtnrv Myt nrirpft-Jl fur R A
"POK ri ALK We- have imt received a car load of
A the Celebrated Stodebaker Wagnni, which er.
offerd very ch'ap: a o l ew hugg ef, cprlnz
wagons, Ac. N. B. TUISTLEUOOD & BliO.
FOR EKNTCuhl'a resvdence property, . e. cor.
Ai and Holbrook Ave. Fine'i story brick resi
dence of 10 rooms, elenantlv tl'iUhed Id modern
style: barn, outhou es, etc. LarKe yard with fruit
and ehrubDerry. Kent low to a Kood tenant.
m . ! . liuw Lttt, Ai;ent.
FOK RENT Thelarire, commodious stor room
and basement on Levee St., below 8th St., re
cently occupied by M. B. Thitlewood & Bro.
m. j. iiowlkt, Agent.
FOR RENT-Rnsldance property of Col. Jas. 8.
Keardcn on Fifrpnnrn .rrpiit. Ilnn.n mntufn.
ten rooms, his all needed conv niences and is In
good condition generally.
M. J. H.OWLEY, Real Estate Agent.
At Auction Valuable Peal Estate
At the (ront door of the Court Hou-in. In falro.
Ills., at 2 P. M.,on
WEDNESDAY the 1st DAY of OCTOBER, 1484.
Iwlllofterforsaleto tho highest bidder, the fol
lowing, very desirable properly, viz: Brick h cse
and lot auiOO feet, Washington avenue, adjoining
Brewery, block 26. Dwelling-house and lota 83,
ii and 85, block W, 12th street. Dwelling house
and lots 31 and 32. block 7'.l, Centre street. Lots
2 and 3. blocks, 1st addition, Poplar street; lot
14, block 18, 1st addition, near the New York store;
lot 8'.', block 3H, Uth street,
Thlsliverv desirable property, situated In the
business centres of the city, and now that It is cer
tain Cairo will speedily become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents an oppoitunlty for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TKRMS M cash, hal.6 and 12 monthi secured
with 8 per Cent Interest, or 3 por cent off for cash.
For further Information inquire of
U. H. PUJUKOH.
M J. HOWLEY, Agent.
The Regnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Z&il GUS FOWLER
IUNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOKQU JOBKb, Clerk.
leave Pdocah for Clro dally (Snndayi except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Monnd City at lp.m. Hetnrn
ng, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 8 p. m
Dealers in All Kinds of-
13G &138 Com'l Ave.
have a full and complete line of
Liiifi; hoods, Dusters, Xotion3, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body Bruise!, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full stock of Oil Cloths, all size and jrlcea.'
All Good nt Bottom Tiioet
US R. SMITH.
CUBIST t. SMITB
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - TLIj
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETJIL.
The Jjarost Variety Stock
IN TIIK dTY.
GOODS SOLD VERY (LOSE
NEW YORK STORJ CO,
Cor. N Ineteen th atreet