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THE DAILY (JAIKO BULLETIN: FKIDA.Y MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
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SECOND CLASS IIATB8.
A big fat boy was adJod to Jotf M
Clark's huiuobold Wednesday.
Mr. u. ocuuitze ana ismiiy arc in
Grand Tower on a visit to relatives.
Fresh Oysters at Joo Steagala's saloon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and commer
Mitjor Connelly, of Springfield, is 'to
address the Republican voters at the court
house to-morrow oiglit.
It js understood that Rev. Stolz, of
Carbondale, will preach at the Presbyter
ian church next Sunday.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh, on Eighth street,
has received a nice stock of new goods.
See notice in another column.
Val Mulkey is taking a course of
s'udy ia law, at the residence of his father,
Judge J. II. Mulkey, in Metropolis.
The street committee was out yester
day inspecting the brick sidewalks recent
ly constructed down tiwn, t) see if they
were 0. K.
Mr. Kennedy went back to his post of
duty in Natchez yesterday, after spending
several days 'pleasantly among old time
Prof. Armitage is atj Tho Halliday,
having returned from his eastern visit to
prepare for the opeuing of the schools here
on the first Monday in October.
Arrangements are pending for an in
ierestmg game of base ball next Sunday,
between the Cairos and an Evansville club
that has established an enviable reputation.
On the 2d and 31 of October Mrs. Dr.
Oibbs, county school superintendent, will
hold an examination at the high school
room In this city, for the benefit of teachers
Tl.e remains of "Claudie Stuart," the
suicide, were interred at Villi Ridge yes
terday, being conveyed there by 'the 12:25
train, and followed by twenty-five or more
of her neighbors.
The St. Louis & Cairo will run a spec
ial train on the 30th inst., from the union
depot to Murphysboro, at one fare for the
round trip, or $1.85. It will be the occas
ion of the Jackson county fair, at which
Carter Ilarrison is to be present.
Probably the most active and hard
working Republican in Ciiro and one who
appears to exercise the mist influence with
the colored people, is our genial friend, L.
D. Bayley, of the well-known iusurance
firm of II. II. Candee & Co. While we
differ very materially with him upon the
political questions of the day, we can but
admire his energy and activity in the
Mr. Oliver, of this county, is one of the
old fashioned pumpkin raisers. Saturday he
started to the Louisvillo exposition with a
wagon load of them. Oa his way he stopped
in front of our office and showed us a spec
imen of this fruit which he informed us
was twenty inches in circumference and
weighed 300 pounds. This will furnish
the Louisville pie man with material till
the exposition adjourns sine die. Padu
The order to pay the insurance on the
life of the late Ernest B. Peitit, in the
Catholic Knights of America, will be is
sued about October ht. The delay is due
to the fact that lodges defer sending their
assessments until near the end of the
time set for making the remittance, which
is 90 days. It is understood an effort will
be made at the national convention of this
order, which meets in May next, to reduce
The ladks of the Woman's Christian
Temperanee Union are much pleased with
their new quarters in the Ideal League
hall, the room being large, nicely ventil
ated and pretty. The W. C. T. U. purpose
having a sociable or some entertainment
the first Thursday night of every month
during the coming winter and spring, ex
cept ucioocr, wtucii will be held on the
Mr. C. W. Butler, brother of Mr. W.
N. Butler, of this city, has been offered the
position of custodian of the museum of the
northern normal school, at Bloomington.
"But," says the Anna Talk, "he has not yet
decided to accept it. Cy's reputation as a
zoologist and taxdermiet is widening, and
is the result of years of patient study and
hard work. This recognition is 'deserved,
and we congratulate him upon it, and on
his improved health as well."
Last evening Messrs. Egbert Smith,
George Hendricks and Lungcrs-IIausen,
the latter ofSt. Louis, were driving down
Eigb'b street in a buggy. When near
Commercial avenue, Mr. Smith, in trying
. to get out, caught his foot in the front
wheel and fell, but was rescued iust in
time to avoid being injured as the horse
itsrted up. Mr. Hendricks took the reins
and tried to bring the horse to a stand
, but the animal continued, and turned up
Commercial avenne where on of the
wheels caught between tho plank and rail
11. - TTT . I. 1 . .
oi iue tvauasn iracK ana me DUggy was
,' turned partially over, dumping the two oc
cupants into the street. But the buggy
righted itself again aud the horse was cap
tured and stopped before he had gone far,
None of tho occupants were much hurt.
Street Superintendent Hogan is put
ting m a sewer mouth at the southeast cor
oer of Eleventh street and Washington av
enue, an improvement that is much ncedvd
to drain the street and avenue around tho
whilom Wilcox block. A similar improve
mint is needed at the corner of Seventh
and Commercial. There is no sewer
mouth there, the nearest being at Sixth or
Eighth streets. The gutters are not prop
erly graded to afford drainage from Seventh
to either of these mouths, and the result is
that every raiu floods tho gutters and thu
street and the water stands there until ab
sorbed by the ground or the sun.
That distinguished publicist, Cornelius
McBnde, Esq., F. C. L., is discoursing
learnedly on the balance of trade; the
equity of protection aud other trifles of this
nature. After exaiuiuiog the balauce of
trade, Mr. McBride concludes that every
American who is not willing to pay $3 for
a flannel shirt he could buy for f 3 but for
the. protective tariff, ought to be sent to
En' and and undo to stay there. Lite is
too short to arguo with all the McBride
family of orators, but we would call the at
tention of this distinguished member of it
to the fact that he is about the only great
political economist left who argues on "the
balance of trade" as tho test of the pros
perity of a nation. .We fear that Mr. Mc
Bride has too much Adam Smith under the
moss oil the back of hit ideas. St. Louis
As to the cause of the red sunsets the
Denver Reporter says : The red sunsets of
some time ago have at last been solved.
Our reporter returned this morning from a
flying trip to Gunnison county. While
there he lound tho top of the snow on the
ranges as red us if sprinkled with red pep
per. Being supplied with chemicals and a
blowpipe outfit he was enabled to make a
test, 8nd found it to be meteoric iron. It
could' not have been washed from a moun
tain as it was on top of the range as well as
lower down, aud only on the surface of the
snow. Upon digging down a few inches
the snow whr clear and white. The sun
shining through this ox.dj of iron mrJe its
rays red, giving the sime tlL-ct 3 a red
piece of glass. The dmt fell ov:r the en
tire earth, but iuvisible except where
caught by the perpetu il snow of the moun
The Democratic state central commit
tee, in order to raise funds for the campaign
and at the same time circulate a desirable
campaign document, Ins made arrange
ments with the Caxton Publishing compa
ny, of Chicago, by which it participates in
the profits of the sale of the lives of Cleve
land and Hendricks, and Carter Harrison,
published by that house. Democrats who
purchase this book may be assured, there
fore, that not less than one dollar on each
book will go into the state committee's
tieasury to help make Illinois Democratic
in November. The chairmen of the Dem
ocratic county committees throughout the
Btate are receiving orders for this work.
Any order accompanied by $2.00 will be
received at this office and lorwarded to the
committee, and the book delivered to the
buyer. The volume is 500 psgee, well
bound and very desirable. ,
"A Bunch of Keys" to be produced at
the Opera House October 1st, in a keen sa
tire on hotels and has met with a success
unparalleled in the annals of the New
York stage. It is now ou its second tour
throughout the country with a company of
artists foremost in the ranks of professional
comedy, and especially selected for the in
terpretation of tho diff-rent characters as
signed them. Miss Moore in the role of
of "Teddy," the harem-scarem sister of the
"bunch," has succeeded in making herself
the favorite comedienne of the masses.
Her wouderful compass of voice, remark
able chest register, the intricacy of her
dancing movements, and imitations of the
negro winging steps, are well remembered
by all who have had the pleasure of hear
ing and witnessing the same. The advent
of the company will be hailed with un
bounded delight by all who enjoy an even
ing of pure, uaadulterated fun.
The tragic death of Mrs. E. T. John-
son, oi inuianapolia, last year when she
Bhot herself, being ashamed to look the
world in tho face, had its sequel in murder
Wednesday -murder cold blooded and de
liberate aB ever was committed. Her hus
band after following her seducer for months
found him and emptied both barrels of a
shot gun into hia body. "Public sympathy
is on the side of Johnson, who is supposed
to be insane," the dispatches say. It is the
old story, but those who remember law
this wronged husband chose rather to
bear the suspicion of having murdered hi
wife than to smirch the fair fume of the
dead ; who remember the pathos of his let
ters to her and her letters to him after he
discovered how cruelly he had been wrong
ed, will find no difficulty In explaining
how it is that public sympathy is in his
favor, even though he took care to kill
without risk of being killed. h has com
mitted a terrible crime, taking vengance
for one still more terrible, which tho law
could not reach, and the "sympathy of tho
community" has already framed his. de
fense in making him insane. Out nf re
spect for decency and for established usage
jury will bo impaneled to ratify the ver.
BOUNCED H)S BOUNCER
And Lost His CaBbior Tho Latest
Elopement Sonsatlon in
The Daughter of the Proprietor of the
Alnarnbra Theater follows the I ash
ion and Elopes With a Menial.
Curt Answers of Her Reputed Father to
Seekers After Information
"Go Ask Her."
Bounce and Rebound.
New Yokk, September 23. The ro
mance and newspaper notoriety attending
the .Schelliug-Moroslnl elopemeut has
caused many weak-minded young maid
ens to go aud do likewise New York
has never been so startled with elope
ments since the corner-stone of the City
Hall was laid. The miestlnn on all
tongues, in hotel corridors and street
comers Is "who eloped to-duy':" The an
swer to such questlou in Union
.Square last night was "Carl
Theiss' daughter with his bouncer."
Thu reDOrt noon !nronil nn.r 1'nWm
Nnuaru and throim-h Ifam-Mi st . ml n
crowd soon gathered at the Alhambra
aua quailed i nclss' beer. No one knows
the details of the affair or where tho
i-oup!e are gouo. John Conuell, or
"loliu," us ho was familiarly called, has
been a bouncer for the last three
years, lie is a nood-lookin-' fellow
of about twenty-five. Ills seat was near
thedoJrj c ose by was the desk ofjtho
Cashier, where pretty Fanny Tnelss, pre
sided. When Tnelss was aked to-day It
liehd heard from his daughter he re
plied with great vehemonce:
' i nave no oangbter."
"Did not vour wife's daughter elODe
with your bouncer?"
"I know nothing about It. Mv bouncer
Is goue. I bounced him Tuesday. If you
want to learn anvthlusr. ra ami sec "the
"wnero is she?"
"How do I kuow? I know nothin''
In the restauraut it was learned that
no luformatiou had been received by the
Ran Off With a Neu ro.
Cou mbia, S. C, September Tuo
following singular advertisemeutappears
In the Jleruld of Hock Hill. S. C All
persons are hereby notitled to take up
Thomas Black, alias Starr, a black,
chunky nearo, who has persuaded my
Causjhter, Annie Young White, to run off
w'itu hi in. I am a poor white man, and
hope all well disposed persons will help
me to recover my daughter and punish
the vi laiu.
Signed William T. Wiiitk.
The local paper advises shot sun jus
tice when the negro Is captured.
John W. Garrett Gone.
Bu.ti.mohk, Mn., September 2j.
John W. Garrett, President of the Balti
more & Ohio Itallroad Company, died at
his residence at Deer Park early this
morning. He passed away without a
struggle, and apparently without suffer
ing. Ho was conscious to the last mo
ment. At his bedside were the members
of his family.
A Premature Announcement Garrett
Not Yet Dead.
DkkkTakk, Mo., September i'j. The
announcement of the death of President
Garrett was premature, but he Is not ex
pected to live more than an hour longer
at most, lie now lies in an almost com
atose state, aud all hope has been given
John W. Garrett was born in the city
of Baltimore, July 31, 1820, and wa9 the
second son of the late liobert Garrett, a
wealthy merchant and banker. His
education was completed at Lafayette
College, Pennsylvania, when he entered
his father's counting-room and was
shortly after, at the as;e of nineteen,
made a partner iu the business. His first
connection with tho lialtimore & Ohio
ltoad was in October, 1857, when
he was mado a director at a time
when the embarrassment of the
road was of a most serious char
acter. In 1S58 he was elected to the
Presidency of the company, which posi
tion he has since retaiucd. After he be
came President and gave his time so
largely to the duties of. his ollhc, the di
rectors, by unanimous vote, Increased
his salary from 84,000 to 10,000 per an
num. This Increase Garrett declined.
Ho also repeatedly declined to accept the
offers of the presidencies of other roads,
though accompanied in one case by the
proposition of a salary of 830,000, and
one by a proposal of 00,000 a year. He
was also t:ie head of the banking house
of liobert Garrett & Sons.
Alive at Midday.
"' Dkkk Park, Md., September 25. At
noon Garrett was still alive, but sink
ing. DEATH EXHXTED MOMENTARILY.
At 2 p. m. Garrett is slowly sinking.
Death Is looked for at any moment.
Boe Keepers' Exhibition.
isiKi'ENiKNCK, Mo.. September 15..
The Western lice Keepers are holding'
their three-days' honey exhibit in this1
city, commencing to-day. Tho exhibit la
tho tlnest ever seen in the West. Five
hundred dollars lu premiums have been
offered by thu merchauts here.
An Ex-Governor and a Railroad Presi
IStcuMOND, Ixn., September 25. Ex
Governor Borbauk and Miss Sarah Parry
daughter of the President of the Grand
itaplds & Indiana Railroad, were private
ly married at the residence of tho brlde'i
father this morning. They departed for
uasoia on tnc morning train.
Caralesa Miners Blown TJp
ISROWNVII.IR. Tk"I finnt.mKo. OR .
Sobastlan Ilartmaa (and Joseph Henry
two miners, were at work yesterday In a
shed at the Kxcelslor coal' mines near
this place, sharpening an iron wedge
noun u BpitrK irom uie neated iron new:
Into a keg of powder setiins near by. ex
plodlnglt. The two men were blown
quite a distance and the flesh on the right
viae oi meir ooaic Darned and blleuiri
to a crisp. They are Id a critical condU
Be Couldn't Wait.
Tkoy, N. Y., September 25. Patrick
Freeman, of Crescent, suicided this morn
lng by cutting his throat with a razor. He
was eighty years old.
CmcAao, Sepember 25. Tucker Ball,
on trial here for tho murder of Frank
Tenartz last July, was acquitted this
morning. Self-delense was the ground
Alex. Mitchell Resigns.
Chicago, III., September 25. Alexan
der Mitchell has positively resigned the
Presidency of the St. Paul Koad. It U
thought that Frank Bond, of the Reading
Road, will succeed him.
, To Hang an Infant.
Carrinoton, La., September 25.
Homer Perry, a boy of llftoen, was to-day
sentenced to hang for criminal assault.
At Canton George Hill was sentenced to
hang October 31, for chopolnz a rival to
The Grand Trunk Has Not Withdrawn.
New York, September 25. Commis
sioner Fink personally states that the
Grand Trunk has not withdrawn from the
East Bound Traffic Association, as re
ported in me west.
Suicide of a Jewess.
Vincen.nks, Ixd., September 25. Ma
ry Welnsteln, a Jewish widow of high so
cial standing, attempted suicide Monday
nignt by taking morphine. The affair
was kept secret by friends until yester
day, when physicians pronounced her
Harvard College Election.
Boston, Mass., September 25. The
Harvard C-verseers met yesterday and
chose Trustees for the University. Edwin
T. Uodkln was appointed lecturer on Free
Trade, and Robert K. Thompson on Pro
tection. Hon. E. R. Hoar was elected
President for the ensuing year.
Killed by a Falling Pinnacle.
New York, September 25. Yester
day afternoon one of the stone pinnacles
oo the roof of the Eden Musee In West
Twenty-third street became dlslodsed.
and falllnz. struck and instantly killnd
John Klrkland Gardner, a lithographer,
of est Twenty-tirst street.
Aleck Will Hold On.
New York, September 25. Keernan's
Agency says that President Alexander
Mitchell says there Is no truth in
the published reports that he contem
plates retiring from the Presid ucy of tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul. CVr
Uinly not at present. Mitchell will re
turn to Milwaukee within a few days.
MAltKKT Hi: POUTS.
Or. in and. Pronnioni.
THL'ILSDAV. S E I'TiC.M It K It :
Cotton Su-ady; m'lMiiuif. :
Flock Stuauy; AAX loeuoico.
patents. H.l. "i.l.V
HhAT MltftK-r. U. 1 Rod-. TS'
CoilN Steu.h : .No. 2 mlie l. .WtiSa:
i wniie iiiixoi, Vse.
uats H-uker: No. ii'-i'a
Kvk HiKhor; No. -'. 5O.'j0'Jo.
Tobacco riria: msrs; common to ohniM
rUOt Jl'J.OJ: leaf: common red leaf, t".5J)
tU.iA): mr-ilium to ifooii f9.0)17.J0.
HAV J'rairiH JS.ma.O) tor prime to choice
new: ciover mixed. tor common u
prime: choice new timothy, t'J.OOCu,io.uu; fun-
Ci&tc: dairy. 'choice to liner, A'Mai low
, i. .... ..I. ... . -
UJWITi iri'BU BIOCK, liO per
Potatoes Steady, at ai'iSJ'ic rer bu9hoU
Pork Steady: newim-si, il7.no.
Lako yulet; prime itcam. "14(f&7',.c.
liACOX Lonire. l!4&IU?.c: kkortd. 11.
Clear nOs, Id alio, ail packed.
. Wool Tub-wmhed. choice, axie: fair,
pio; dinjry ami low x&iMu. Unwashed
thoice medium, SI'r'i'ilc: good averairo mo
iium Kllic: selected liifht tine 17ai"a: Kood
Uerago, lti17o; heavy Utflijc: comolnit. "4
kiood, aiil'-ie: comtiinir, low icraiie. lti a-. I'jo.
HiiK8 Higher und firm; dry Hint, l",n;
Hummed. i;ic: bulls or amirs Hint lik-.
alti-d, c; Klue stock, 5 Green salted, Me;
ninilii-il. 7 If: vert I rail sklria HUi" ImlUr.r
iaa-4, 5'ic; irrec-n uneun d, OUT' Jo; damaged,
irifcc; Kiut. .x:.
Siieep fELi'4 Weak: rooa, "HVQe; dry
b. 4i)iC75c, m to ainxint an I 'riaiitv ot wool;
rreen shearlings, ligrfue; early sht-ured,
be; green laioh bkitis. Xni'u.
, Whbat Hirher; Octobor, 77Kc: No
ipmber, 791tfl7i'-ic; December. tnu.'&iWfce;
January, HI Vc; May, 87Hc.
(John Hurlier; September. 7Co; October,
ff'ic; November. 4c; year, 40,V; Way,
Oats Weaker; September, 25c; October,
c;, November, 2&c; year, 26?c;
. I'OKK-Pteadyj October, ?10.00; year, Iti.OOj
jLakd Holier; September, $7.75 Y: October,
(7.774; November, V.Jili; December,
V'-T'i; January, f".X.
Shout Itius September, flO.40; October.
WUKAT-Steady: No. 2 lied. September,
c; October, 74c; November, SSc; De-L-inber,
W)'4c; January, VJc February, HIc.
ICoiis steady; September, Sic; October,
He; November, 5H!c; December, 51c; Jan
Oats Steady; September, 31 He; October,
H;Sc; November, Si(,c.
Live Stock Markets.
Hoos-Kecelpts, 13,(rt); market Slow; Go
bwer; Kranscrs, $4.M.li.00; liirlit, 5.(KW.Ni;
tough packing, i.l545.50; heavy packing
liid shipping, f5..V)4ti,10.
Cattlb Receipts, ,480: market dull on
til but choice: exports, fl.D0(4.9U; (food to
ihoice, f5.75'&tl.l0: common to fair, 4.7.V4
I.HO; Texuns, M.7f4.eo.
Shbff Receipts, li.UUO; 2&c lower; Inferior
to good, J.i.iVii.lU.
Cattle Market quiet and steady; fair to
nedium steers, fo&V-lO; lifflit butchers' .1iVi6
Shrkp and l.AMiis-Market dull, weak and
bwor; common to fair, l'J.ur; extra, J4.25
Hoos Market dull; weak and lower; (rood
k choice Yorkers, .r. iryfortO:; liht mined,
t5..r045.05; good medium, tirt.l5; pigs, 1.15
Catti.k Receipts, fiS5; offerings
rini-Kei steady and tirtcnamiea.
noun Kccciptx, ;i,.hiu; market weak
lc lower; asported liifht. $fUWfl.eBK ; heavy,
5.ftU5.75; mixed, tt.5UfiJ5.70.
Skkkh Receipts, 430; market Steady; fair
lo good muttons, 3.25.
Money and Btock Market.
New Yokk, September 2 Money, m per
k-iit.; carehangeiiuiet; .Governments steady;
irrency sixes, l-'tl bid; 4 s coupon, 120H
Id; 4'Vs do, 1124 bid. Tho stock market
ipened Htroni. and during the first thirty
liiimtos the leading spnculatlvos were pur
iluKcd liberally ly bull clloues. At the llrHt
Jill the whole lint was up kQlK, but tho nd
anco hurt hardly been recorded, when tlio
ears mad a drir at Vtinderkllt stocks,
hiere whs also some unloading of these
tares. This oauaod a sharp decline throimh
ait the whole list. At noon prices were down
trum the bast flgurs, 8:n?e mid luf
hop) has lieen a slight rally.
WM. M. DAVIDSOK,
STOVES, -:- EANGES, -:- TIN,
J apanned Uerlin and Agato "Ware?,
Bird Cages, Bath-Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Agent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Moves Detroit
IVnQ 97 & 33 Kiirhth Street,
lUb. L IV OO, cairo. in.
'rKI.KPIIONIG NO. tiO.
Xoaders in Low i'riocs.
MEN'S k BOYS'
i . i i i r-i i
130 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILL.
WM. LUDW1G & CO.,
f si " HT-JUNE 17th' m4y
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CAIUUES THE
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Sliawl Straps,
and Oil and
SOLE AGENTS FOB
Ht'pairin done on Short Notice in their
ces ltit.ro purchasing elsewhere. The largest
POK SALE. Uaydock l'tmton, new, lit orlce
ft,t tl-Jj.-lLquiru of K. A. Burnett, Ilulle-
"CiOU SALE Haydnck Jump neat lurrey, lint price
- $ new, gmid job, for Inquire of E. A.
"pOK SALE. New Home Sowing Machine right
A from the factory, list price $50 for K. A.
tpOU BALK We have in ft rereifed a car load of
A the Celebraied Studcliaker Wi()b, which aro
offered very enrap: a'l-o i pw biii:iui, Kprlng
wKon(, 4c. N. B. THISTLE AOUU & BUO.
FOU BRNT Cuhl residenco property, a. e. cor.
'..Hand Ilolbtook Ave. Fine 2 atory brick resi
dence of lo ronnu, eloeantly flniched in modern
vhi rai.i. .,,1.1... i.uic jncu nuu lUih
and ehruboerry. Kent low to a pond tenant.
tvl ham riiitl..,. ... .. t ....... .....1 ...l.v. r..l
ai. .1. llurtLtl, Agent.
FOK REST The large, cotnniodioua otora room
and banement on Levee it., below 8th at., re
cently occupied by N. I). ThlHtlt-wood & Bro.
-M. J. IIowi.it, Agent.
FOR RENT-Roldence property of Col. Jan. 8.
Kea-deo on Fifteenth ttrt-ct. Uonao contulna
ten room, has all needed couv. ulrnces and is in
good condition gone'Rlly.
M. J. HOWLKY, Real E;tato Agent.
Valuable Real Estate
Attha front door of the Court
Ills., at 2 P. M.,on
IIouho, in Cairo,
WEDNESDAY the let DAY of OCTOBER, 1884.
Iwillofierforsaleto the hlhi-at bidder, the fol
lowing, very desirable properly, viz: Brick h.mse
and lot 34x101) feet, Washington avenue, adlolulng
Brewery, block lift. Dwelling hoiiee and lots :i3,
H and 85, block HO. liith street. Dwelling bouse
and lota 81 and 32. block T, Centre ttreet. Lots
Sand 8, block 4, 1st addition, Poplar street; lot
14, block 18, Ut addition, near the New York more;
lot 82, block 80, 12th street,
Thin Is very dealrable property, situated In tho
buaineaa centres of the city, and now that It ia cer
tain Cairo will speedily Become a great railroad
and commercial city, presents tin oppoituuity for
Investment not likely to occur again.
TERMS M cash, bal. 6 and 12 months secured
with 8 per cent Interest, or 8 per cent olf for cash.
For further information Inquire of
O. 8. PIDQEON.
M. J. HOWLEY, Agent.
The Regular Cairo A Taducali Daily
IIBNRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UKOKOB JOBEo, Clerk.
leaves P.viucah for Ciiro dally (Sniidays eicept.
ed)at8 a. m., and Mound City at lp.m. Return
ng, leave Cairo at4p,m.;MouudCltyat5p.m
Dealers in All Kindu of
LARGEST VARIETY OF
TJIE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Line of UuBiDess. Examine goods and pri
stock in the city tit 122 Commercial Ave.
"VVift. Ludwiir & Co.
136 & 138 Comtr Ave.
have a full and complete Una of
LiiiHi Hoods, Lusters, Notions, Etc.
A heavy stock ot Body Brussels, Taper
tries aud Ingrain
A full stork of Oil Clo'.bs, all sUes and prices.
All Goods t Bottom PrioeajJ
MS. B. SMITH.
SttBKBT A. nm
Grand Central Store.
O-AlKO. - - ILL
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY. '
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cor.Ninetaanthstraatt Ontitn. Til
OommarclalAvennl UUrO, 111