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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST to, 1S84.
Notlcoi la tlilt rolumn mrer lines or Ion iicct.U
oulotin.lonorl CO per week .
IIKLP WANTED Female.
H'antkd. An Intulllifent, encrnotic lmlj of uood
xhiri'H and oido btifliDee ability, to Introduce to
the trade ami conmmer of this r-oantv, Miultiino
i.'n CVlehralod Spinal uvi.tr I112 Comet,
tplnnjidlr advetllfed and h iz til r recommended,
'lo the rlcht party a salary of $71. nu monllily will
hi" paid. Address wlih reference.
LEWIS SClllKI.lt 4 CO,,
s-'jn Broadway, N w Yoru.
A muare cornered tent ftflv bv th rlv fi-t-t. milt
ahli fir a photogr-iprier or camp rjiecilue: kIumU
rain well; rill bn fold for half in r t Tnc tent
In 111 Cairo, hot for fur'hcr Information addreea C
II. Bright, Louisville, Ky. 2t
At Auction -Valuahles Real Esfalo
At the front door of the C mrt IL s In Cairo,
III!-., at 2 P. M.,011
WEDNESDAY the let DAY of OCTOBER., ISM.
I will oflrfor aleti thn hlKhoAt b'd ter, Hie, I d
lowing, verv ili'ir!le properly, via : Hrirk h"ni
and lot 3-ixliii fwt. Wa-ditncton avenii", adjoining
UruwtTV, block SB. Dwelling holinu and 'lots 33,
.11 and 45. block si), 12th atret-t. Dwulllnn house
and Ion 31 and 32. block 7!l, Centro Mreet. Lola
2 and 8. block 4il, 1st addition, Poplar street; lot
14, block 1-. t.t addition. near the New York store;
lot :!.'. block 3 1, Uth street,
Tmaiaverv desirable proprttv, situated In the
butane ceutre of the city, a id now lo it It in cer
tain Cairo will speedily Dicome a ureal railroad
aril commercial city, present- an opioiliinity for
invemmciil notllkely to O'cnr S'.'ain.
TEHMS H cash. Iial. t! a'ld i months secured
with 8 per cent interest, or 3 per cent oir lor cash.
For further Information it quiriJ of
O. ?. I'JIKiKON.
M. J. IIOTLEY, Aent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Mr. W. H. Halliday returned yester
ility from. Centralia, where he had Letn for
about ten days, with his ftttuily.
Fresh Oyster at J. 10 Stea,'ali's falcon
and restaurant, corner Sixth and coinmer
Four or five members of the City Coun
cil met at the chamber livd niht aud ad
journed ever till this luornitu; when it is
thought a quorum will be present.
A cargo of young men It ft yesterday
morning for Dixon Springs. All who in
tend going should go now as the hotel is
liable to close any day for the season.
Magistrate Coinings has receivod
another barrel f Creal Springs water,
and has placed it on tap at his office for
the benefit nf the temperance public and
others as well .
Joe Arnold, the same big,' good natur
cd, broad shouldeted Joe, of fifteen years
ago, will be seen for a few days on the
streets of Cairo as of yore, lmving arrived
yesterday on a flying visit.
Mr. J, P. L'dining ia in the city prep-ring
to open his merchant tailoring i-hcp
on Eighth Street. is seeking to pur
chase a lot in the central portion of the
..-... ,1. . . - . 1 1 . ....
my wu.i a view 10 nauaing a house ot his
Mr. A.J. Dougherty was in the city
yesterday. He was preparing to resume
work on the county road and will probab'y
have a force of teams and men at work tc
day. He lias found some difficulty in pro
The fashionable young man of the
Eastern watering jdsce now wears a photo
graph of some young lady on his thuml:
nail. An excellent effect of thy same kind
may be secured by inserting the thumb
between a hay-rack nnd a lumber-wagon-liox.
Cairo sent a scorn or moie of people to
Villa Hidge yesterday, to attend the (iran
gcr's picnic. The nffiir was not us large
nor as interesting as it had been pr- vimis
years, but it was interesting enough, (iood
food was plentiful; ami to a certain
client it partook of the nature of a lair. At
night dancing was the chief past time.
On the 27th instant there will he a
wedding in high society up in the count),
at the residence of Mr. Moses Walder. The
parties to the interesting event will be Mr.
Ike Wal ler, son of the Ute Ike Walder of
this city, and Miss Jennie Uarson, step
daughter of Mr. Moses Wihiet. The event
will be one of unusual interest in that
neighborhood. The young couple will make
their home on the Walder farm.
A car loided with meal broke loose
from a train that was being drawn up the
Mobile nnd Ohio incline at East Cairo,
from the rdeamcr Osborne ycMerday morn
ing, aud, rtiuoin'f back onto the boat, went
overboard, the trucks retti-iinim on the
boat however, being held back by the stub
bing post, w! i the box Hew over into the
water. The. box did not sink, but llout. d
dowa the i.vcr, and A tug towed it hcioss
to this side.
Hon. Henry Uaab, State Supi riniei -dent
of Public Inst,-uction, will probably
be in this city during the first week in
S ptunber, to attend the teacher institute
callel for that week in this city by Mr-.
Oibbs. our County Superintend! n Ii is
also understood that Prof. Kwb wi'l d.
bver n tree lecture while In re, which will
prove, not only inh. r Ming but profitable to
those who ,lmy ,,,,, lt T) tim! m
place will . imlice.i in .hi .- time.
-A man mined lVyt,,, Rll (..,,po(; f
the Halllday stwmill-, died dnnii" Mot
day night and w.,s buried vestctd-v ..t
Villa Ilidg. . ThecHtHe of d,v, WIlShU.
Stroke with which he wan overcome Mon
day afternoon while standing on the I l:
nois Genital track, in In nt or the mills.
JIo has been in the cmintiy but a tew
months , coming here direct from Ir,.tt j
lie was living with relatives on Twenty
seventh Street, who took iharge of bin re
All hue friends of Ireland must be
CIKd with unnieasurnd delight at the earn
estr.css and dignity that marked the pro
ceedings of the great c invention of Irish
men in ses ion in Boston. No intemperate
zealots of the'li'ssa order had there b prom
inent place and the voice of the dynamiter
was stilled. The addresses of Alexander
Sullivan and the Irish me inters of I'arlia
nvnt, Messrs. Stxoii ai d Rulmond, were
filled with convincing logic coucert'ing Ire
land's misgoverninent by England, that
must carry conviction when ver it is read.
The ilistb'guish 'd visitors report a united
Irish patty on Irish soil, with w dissension
b.'tween I'arnell and Davitt,
The average value of improved buds
in this county is fixed by the assessor at
112 80, which is very nearly double the
average valuation of similar l.nds in all
the other niue counties in this concession 1
district. It is nbout four times as much
as the vahntion of similar lands in John
son and Pope Counties, ant more than
twice as much as that of Massac County.
Alexander County impioved hinds sustains
well the rank thus given it. It it some of
the ti.iest land in the Stite. Abxander
County's improved lots htj Vhlued on an
uveiage at $4:0 87, which is more than the
average value of similar lots in any county
iu the State, excepting St. Clair, Sanga
mon, Morgan, Peoria, Winnebago nnd
Capt Mark Cle returned from Dixon
Springs yesterday, and tells about a cold
blooded murder that was committed within
about four miles ot Vienna on Monday at
noon. David Avery shot and killed Dan
Qage. Avery is a farmer near Vienna and
is generally considered a tough charai b r.
Some days ago an execution was issued
against him and the officer h vied upon a
stack of wheat in his field Aveiy swore
that he would shoot the first man who
should bid on the wheat at the sheriff's
sale; and Oage being the intrepid individ
ual, Avery carried out his threat nnd shot
him in thu kck, just after having passed
him in a wagon on the Metropolis road.
Avery then drove into the woods and at
last accounts had not been heard from.
Excitement is intense among the ruralists,
and threats of lynching are freely made.
Officers Mahanny nnd McTigue ar
rested a negro late Monday night, who is
guil'y of robbing a young Missotirian of
i0, in this city Moidsy aftemom. The
victim came to this city on the Iron Moun
tain traiu Monday morning, in company
with the negro who joined him on the
train at Poplar Rluff. The two wandered
about a little nnd when on Eleventh Street
the negro asked his companion for a nicklo.
The young fellow said he had none, but
the negro insisted that he had and de
manded that he hand it over. The young
man took out his pocket book to show tlu
negro that he had no nickle, when the lat
ter snatched it out of his hands, gave him
a blow in the stomach which knocked him
over, and ran away. He made complaint at
police headquarters, but could give only an
imperfect description of the robber; but the
officers traced their man down to his lair
about midnight and lodged him in jail.
A boy named Uobert Shelby came
over from Retrand, Mo., on a load of water
melons yesterday morning, and when near
the levee, coming fiom the Mississippi
river, be fell from the wagon and wa.s run
river. When picked up he was unconcions
and blood wna running freely from his
nnse and ears, and from a great gash ncn.s
the left side of his face. He was taken to
St. Mary's Infirmary where Dr. Parker at
tend' rf him and brought him back to life.
One of the wheel? also ran over his lelt leg,
biuising it badly, but breaking no bones.
He did not know anything
about how he received his
injuries, when he regained conciousncss.
He remembers only that he was sitting on
the wagon and doesn't know how or when
befell nor what occurred, until he regained
his mind in the hospital. He is sixteen or
eighteen years old and a cousin to lien
Shelby of this city.
The assissor -ives Johnson county
:n,40.) woith of merchandise cf all kinds.
Tin- census of 1880 gives it a population of
13,078, so that when the assessor went
through the county there was just about
$2.'10 worth of imrch tndise to every citiz n
in the county, or just about enough to
keep them for four or five days. Such a
scarcity of the nrcessaries of life in one of
the most prosperous sta'es of the Union,
may surpr.se novice-, but th se who know
that Johnson county is one i f the strong
holds of the party that has maintained a
high tariff upon necessuries for the benefit
of organ!. 'd and concentrated capita', that
has taxed the people until a surplus of
h'indreds of millions t.f dollars has been
accumulated in State and Federal treasur
ies, while counties are bankrupt, and that
is hopehssly under the control of men who,
like Blaine, would cohabit with ut.y cor
rupts n for dishonest private gain, those
who know this will not be surprised at
Johuson count's poverty.-But, by the
way, we had nearly I'crg. tten one import
ant fact that may pb,ec u different phase
111 on the subject, and make Johns' n couc
ty a much wcal'hu-r county than would
seem from th-; assessor's report. We for
got to note that she is a Prohibition county,
where whiskey mubt be kept in secret
placet, beyond the reach of all but those
who drink it, and that tliu B8essor, in hij
olliei.l capacity, at least, had no knowl
edge of the presence of this imtiottanf art;.
cle nf merchandise. It is jut possible that
had the hs-essor availed himself, as assess
"r,.fthekr.wli.dyehehad as a private
en z n and a man who would not refuse an
occasional "tip" with a friend, the ass. as
ed value of 'merchandise" in Jlll!0ll
coun7 would have been very considerably
lirger than it is.
THE INEVITABLE CONFLICT.
China, Wearied With Wreiting ou
Franco, Will Horsalf De
Indignities Offered to the British Flag by
Gt'rnians at Bageida, Western Afrioi
Traders Greatly Exercised.
A Pillar Which Has E ght Indictments to
Sustain Pleads Guilty to
WILL I) K CLAHK YA1!,
LoxiMi.N. Augti.-t IU. .V dispatch ftoni
Shanghai to-dav says: Tso Tsung Tantr,
Shu Tseng Chenu, Chinese plenipotenti
aries,! have lelt Shanghai In accordance
with Instructions from l'ekin. There is
no prospect of settling the difficulty with
lranee. Thirty-live members of tic
Board of Censure presented a memorial
to the Empress opposing the conditions
offered by France, and strongiv urin,'
hostldtles. It is reported that 'the Kin
press has decided to declare tvar.
SI KIKIXli Till-: HKI I ISM 1'I.Aii.
Lit.i:iooi., August IU. A serious re
port, which caused considerable dU-cu-slon
in commercial circles, was re
ceived from U igelda, 011 the gold co'Htof
Western Africa, to-day. The report is to
the effect that a German war ship had vis
ited bageida and compelled the residents
to strike the British Dig, when they
hoisted the German Hag in Its
stead, claiming that hereafter Bageida
and the surrounding country would be a
dependent of Germany. West African
traders are greatly exercised over the re
port, nnd much comment Is indulged in.
The Government is being severely de
nounced for its pusillanimity and stipiiie
ness in allowing Germany to claim sov
ereign rights over Angra and, Pequin.i,
which Is said to open the door for the
seizure of other British tradiug posts cm
the western coast of Africa.
Dublin, August lib The trial of eight
prisoners charged with felonious prac
tices in connection with the Cornwall
scandal, commenced to-day. James
Pillar, who had no less than eight Indict
ments again t him for felonies anil con
spiracies, withdrew his former plea of
'no;, guilty" to t-iii h indictment and
pleaded "guilty." Sentence is deferred
until the conclusion of the trial of the
other prisoners. Pillar is sixty years of
age, and the father of a grown-up family.
He was a member of the Society of
Friends, a;id a large grocer and wine
Di 111.IN, August l'.i. The trial of P. X.
Fit.gera d and others, charged with con
spiracy to murder and with being Invln
cibles, which was to have taken place at
Tuhbercurry, has been changed to Dublin.
The counsel or the prisoners asked that
they be admitted to bail pending trial,
but the court refused the request.
ASIA I it: CHOl.lllU.
BiHMiMiiiAM, August l'.. ne case of
Asiatic cholera was icported here to-day.
The health authorities at once took
prompt action to prevent Its spread.
COT AN K.l.l.rilAN 1.
LtiMiuN, August P.I. The three Abys
sinian envoys) have arrived. Among the
gifts from King John to the Queen are an
elephant and a hug': nioni.ey.
SAFK PASSU, i:.
Caiko, Augu-t 1'.'. Messengers of the
Mahdi are now able In every instance to
pass through the country with -afety. Au
Emir sent by him with letters to the
Mudirof Dongola fell into the, hands of
hostile Arabs, who ki.led him.
Due to a Disordered Stomach.
Washington, 1). C, August Ph It Is
beiieved that Surgeon Woodward of the
United States Army, who attended Pres
ident Garfield in Ids 1.1 si Illness, com
mitted suicide while insane as the result
of chronic dyspepsia.
Assaulted by Policemin.
Santa Eh, '. M., Augut it. Dr.
Pietre Buldaccl, editor of the Aurora, a
Spanish newspaper, was tin; victim of a
dastardly assault la-t t ight by three
policemen in retaliation lor strictures
published on the police force in hU 1 st
Run Down at Sea.
Washington, 1). C , August The
Signal Corps Station at Delaware Break
water reports that the Bii'ish stcainei
Ben Marr, which arrived hst night, col
lided with and sank the Norwegian bark
Anders Dedakaui, August 11. The crew
of the bark were saved and are on board
The Wh6el Beforo the Horse.
Chicago, III., August 10 The score
In the six-day bicycle-horse race at Lake
Front Park at eleven o'clock, when the
contestants left the Hack, was: Louise
Armaltido and John S. Prince, bicycles,
lf.i; mi es; Charles M. Anderson, horses,
1're.sldeut Arthur arrived at New York,
Crops in Southern Ohio and Indiana
ure suffering for the want of raiu.
Mary Clenimer (Miss Hudson), well
known authoress aud writer of Washing
ington, D. C, died.
t'hass. Weggman, of Cincinnati killed
himself because his sweetheart would not
2c t him In her house.
"Lame" Smith, a motile dealer, was
killed by John Keys in a trouble over the
game at OgallalLu, Nub.
Wiley Farris went to Tobias, Neb.,
shot his divorce wife through the head
aud then killed himself.
Win. II. Vauderhilt, It Is stated, has
sold the famous trotter, MaudS , to Bob
trt Bonner, of New York.
A 1 Immense mass-meeting was held at
Iowa City, la., to condemn the riotous
proceedings there last week
Greely uml Wife.
Isi.i: w Shoals, via PonisMot ni, N.
II., August It'. Lieutenant Greedy aud
Wile arrived at Oceauic to-day.
Forest Fires in Michigan.
East Taw as, Mich., August PL For
est llres have started back of 'l a was City
In the lumber districts and an: running
rapidly toward Welbln Township. Every
thing is very dry, aud great damage w ill
be done unless we get rain.
Changed His Poison.
Tayi.okvili.k, III., August lib Miko
Walters, a German farm laborer, live
miles west of this city, committed -suicide
last night by strychnine. lie had
been drinking heavily. He was forty
seven years of age, and was form r!y a
Painted tho Town K-id.
W.uisaw, Mo., August lib Sherman
McCracken, while painting Elkton, a
Hickory County towu, "red," demand
ing free whl-ky, and tiring a pistol
through a plate-glass front, was struck"
with a rock. His recovery is con.-idcred
Arrested lor Ar3on.
DM MIA, Nk.11., AllgUSt ill. --Colonel A.
J. llines, a printer, was arrested last
cvi niug on :i charge of having act a lire
in the lit composing rooms, Sunday
morning which did some, damage. Hint s
has been a leader among the striking
union printers ever since the strike of
Train Dispatchers' Aaaoc ation.
Chicago, 111., August l'.1.--Forty-iivo
traiu di-patchers of various road.s cen
tering In Chicago, left to-day in two
special Pullman cars for Louisville, over
the Louisville, New Albany .v Chicago
Boad. They meet iu Louisville tj-uior-row
to form a National Association.
A Woman in I .
Makmim.l, Mk il, August 1:. Alex.
Buddick and Albert liaies quarrelled
Sunday over a girl named Doia K ndall,
Gates accusing Kmld.ek of improper in
timacy with the girl. titles stabbed
buddick eight times with a pocket-kuite,
one wound penetrating the lelt lung
above the heart, which will -r a c fatal.
Gates was arrested yesterday.
The Wa.l Street Bank.
Nliw Yoiik, August l'.i. Ike Hank
Superintendent's report shows that of
the Wall Sin ct Bank's capital Mock of
Joo.OoO, only ! l,i, :"t remain-, the de
llcit tieii.g I3,I7:;. Th' director say
there is enough money mi hand to pay
depositor-, sixty t ents (di the dollar, and
that they will receive payment iu full
."HAKKKT Iti'l'Oi: IS.
Grain hiid rrov,sion3.
ITK.-ll.W, Aev'u-t l'.i, bl.
-1 . l.llfis.
Cotton Ste.i.lv; in ,1 .u.iil . .
Ft.ocit Stea ly: XaA to cnote.;. :!.;.' ')',
v iii-.at llijliet : No '.' I o-1. :.",. .c for
Hew: No. 3 Ite.l, new, "!', " ',."-e.
1 nits llijrln r; No. - iiu.v 1. i: .'."il No.
2 wliite mixed, 6..' ,'1 ,e.
Oats Lou cr: No. '.'.v..
ItVK I'inner; Su. . .'n .11.
ToHAc'Co ! inn; niir-i; common to choice
IU.UOi4lil.uii: leiil: common n-d lea.1, tT..Vj
iu.im: indium to t-ooij 0 f;7. -H.
IIAV-Pruino im tor pnme tocliolee
new: clover iin.veO. .ys .lit t,,i- 1 oninion to
prime: choice new limotliv, f 1 l.i. ',' l.'.'.oi; lim
ItCTTKit Firmer: clio;i-,-io Miicv eivamerv
-'lie:.'' So: dairy, choice to luney, Witl.-u; low
Koi.s Active; candled, IP ,; r-liiiioer.-' marks,
'...-, pi-. .(..
1'oTATOK-i I'.u-y, lit :;.V,.",e er lai-icd.
i'oiiK sirniw ion! higher; new mess, fl'1.:.'."
liAlto (,ul 'l : tu-inie steam. 7' c.
liACON Loinrs. IIV.!; tlioii-j, lP4r;.H ;,.;
Clear ribs, II IP :e, all paeke.l.
W 001. Tuli-w.ishej. clioiee, :."i,,. fair,
2T'.-'.-e; dinsry 101 I nw y r;, l ima-ln u
Choice niediiim, ai e-; food avera.-e me lium
l'.OOlc: scleete.l Jiirht line It ,','.V; iro.i l av
eia.'i), l'i (.ITc; hcavv 13,.l."c: coatlioi.-.
tnou.l, V't.'le: eomhiin.', low '.'ran--, l.'i ; 1-1,;.
Miols Uinet: iirv Unit. 1ft 2c: namaj-e.l,
l:."je: tains or HK.'-t, 1:1, r, Ury i-aio-i
lc: dry saltcl. ilamn-.n-l. 1 10: km -an I
calf, salted, s-.ej iiuaia-.l, ii 2e; tno.s aa I
siau'S, u'e: ureen, uncuivd, c; il'iuayc.l,
6HKKP I'KI.TS W'-ak; uo 11. TH i.y.'; di-y
(lo, lU 'Tile., as to ainoi.it aa I uuaiitvol wool';
Ki'een slieai linijs, i:,o; dry do, IhI'm; l.v.u'j
live Stock Markets.
( Mil Alio.
Ho(;s-lieceits l.:ina; slow: Vv.'U, .,.7..tj
li..rM; roitL'li iackinv, ...-:,.,,;. n; l.cayy pack
inur nnd slii,ilnv, ?'i.l.'i",i',.iin.
CATTI.H-lteceipts, ii,:,ii; dull: cp,,i-s, il
(eVi.'.tl; (food to choice, j.V'hi in; ii,mm 111
to fair, H4i'."..lil: Tex ant. f l.mc 1 mi.
SlIKLl' lleceipla. l.'.'Mi; weak: eomino-i lo
fair, J-MOiLnn; uicdiimi to K"od, M.nn l.u 1.
M W VOIIK.
WllKAT I'i-llier: No. 2 Red. s'e,,:c.Mt,er,
Wsc: Oelolier, '.i' :c; Novcmhcr, :n c; he'
eember, 'e: .hi'iiiar.i , :,.
1'OH.N lli'.'hci-; .ll.'ll-t (! -c; Ii.n,(.r
tip,c; I K-iolier, I'.'i'.c; No.einlier, :,:-, ,, '
Oats II ir 11 r: Aiii-u-t, .i.V; M'tit'eiiiher.
3Pe; Oeioi.er, :.l ,-.
( llICA iO.
WltKAT- lliir er: Auyi 8'. c: eniemlicr,
Tlle; Octolier, S'.,e; NoviMiihvr, s:;i, ,.'
December, s .,(.
(,'iihn-II i -n t-: Amrntt, rr." n: Scptcniln'r,
,1:!'',e: October, 'M jc; November, lil'l c; vein-'
Lie: .May, 1:1 !.e.
oats Hiemly : Amrntt, L'l:,c; Septctnlcr,
2,'c; October. ::.V ,r; year. :.'(', c.
Pouk Steidv: Aiiunst. :;.ii; Septi-iulicr.
; year, l:i. i.'.
I, Aim Lower: Aicju-l, t.,.W; Sciilemlicr,
Shout lltiis Scpicnilu r, n.:i:."-;! ikilolier,
in: it 1 1.0.
Cattlk Mai ke' dull, wnk aud lower: i-x-tin
ctittle, jf'i.ntu,'.' .:); r-o,i, to !,,, 1. o s'lin
plair. 5-.".ii.Vo".!ii : fa r to vond naluc shipp iu
sleers, ?'i.ni"' .V."ii,; li.dit.fl I.lii: Ian, l-r.'
enws, f l.iHIe.l..",; 1 oilman do, s.'i.llutfr, (.Vi;
snickers, common to elm ee, M. 10 ..",j ec 1
ers. Jl.lO" l.;n; lat lailN, v.. a m,.
Per of lends held over.
Siikki' Mai ki t dull and droopinu-; common
lo lair, f l.nec.t.-,:.; j! 1 choice. .M.nii.',; J.i; 1;
Western lanibs I Ml .V.'.'i; iiliada do., fa.aO
C',.".ih: loads In I I hut,
Hogs Market linn nail Idirhcr for cihhI
irraili-s: lira sers dull; noml to elioiic Yo; k
ers, yil.aiool.il"; cr is--r, f.V'.'("itl '.'ti; common
nnd I iu lit do., . ".." ,"." ; corn I', d ineil urns,
CArrt.K-lteceiptt. :;,0;i; jmod natives
slcadv: '1'cviiH luccl c lower; native nicer,
l,:.1ii) to LaKI pounds iivcrinre, .Vit,i.H.;ln;
do, ti.VI lo 1,1111 pounds aviM'inru, j4.V.."i. HI;
8t lekers au l fee lers, I..V),(,.iVi; cows,
fa.MV'Gl.till: rras 'I'i-mis steers, jf.t.g.V'. 1. 111.
Hugs l(eceiitt. 4.!m; steady; stiles at Jii.ilO
O'l.ln; mainly at. ?il.l.Vr;.n.:.-).
SlILLf Iteeeipls, U1; steady llud till
ehail'ieil. Mo-aoy and Stock Market.
Nkw Yoiik, Amlist 1!). Money Vn:i. Pit
per, "' j!.iiS. Ilnr silver m lio1,. Ivvclianru
steady; 4s;'fy s:; , ,,nLr, 4M'4i(i.M1i short,
tiovcriiincnis lower. Mates ipilel. Honda
liuiiyant .stocks uciii d hiiriicr, pi ice
tldvanced 'f to -' l i uni lowc-t pon.t of mm ii
itnr. Threes, lui v; P,s, 11.'',; is, l:;nj I'aciilo
Ha. J :!.".
WJI. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- BANGES, -:- TIM,
Ji)aniu'cl Ht'i-Iin and Ajjjtittj "Ware,
IMnl Caies, Hath Tubs, Wiiter Coolers k Ice (' renin Freezers.
. Agent lor Adams & Wcstlakc Oil. Gasoline and Gas Iuvch, I'etroit
Salt; Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, ( hilled Plows, Walking Cultivators
( 0111 SliellcTS, Milliters, l'tc , Etc. ''
i i:i.i;ri 1 1 )X 1 ; no. .
WHI.TLOCK B ROB
Li iitlers in Kc;v I'lit-cs.
si I l l M s
,, 1 I II I HI II " "
UX DEI I WE All!
C LOTH I NG I I () LTS.IlL
lot. Coininem i! Avenue,
E. A. P.UHXKTT,
nook ami j l Printer
C menial ,MU' 1 HHH1.
7 '- . )liio I.cnccji.
Prices iiccoi ding' t i Style an I (.ni.tlity
of PaiK'e, sjicci.il tli-tmuit on i.ug'e
oi tie :
I'Kii E I't.ll SIN'll.l. 1.0' I I.
Letter ilea '- fl LO to 3 3 )
Bill Head.- 2 73 to 1 P'l
Note Head, 2 3D to ;l 3'i
Picket Note Ilea Is :t Od to 1 no
M mtl.lv St ,ti in i i- 2 30 to :: 30
BusineKs Caid-i 2 3n to 1 00
l'.:ive'."pts (hioii ('it L-1.... 2 Onto:; 30
Envelope (loo'i i nt (IJjl... 2 30 t i 4 00
Shipping T io o 3d tu ;; 30
Bills LadiiiL' -1 3d
Checks, Oidt-r- in 1 l! c-tpts
(10 Looks) ;; 30 t 1 30
Dodders, nil (.- .1 . i i-inoe
thou-HPdi 0 x !l 2 30
Dodder, 0 x 12 (-in.'lc tie u-
sand) :! do
i i i: 1L0.
Wcddilii; liivi'ati; ht -1 30 to 7 00
Ball Invitation-- 2 00 to 3 00
Ball PioL'iammes 2 30 to 3 00
Poster-, 12 x 1 i l, she, 1 1 300 4 30
" M x 21 ti shut),
siriL'lc lot'j :i 30
" 21 X :f I I'll'.! si Cet . . (i 00 per loo
2 X 1'.' (niaiivi (.!,).. !l 00 rer K0
i v.rll .1 li .1 . i : i i c i r ic 1 uii: pi,.-r en- t .-.
do.Tar.-'. sjei ial tuM on npi.tiratii-ii tor 1 od
A 11. SMITH.
'I.11KHT A " !.'('
(Jmiid Central Store.
OKA I. KKS IN
OuSLKO. - - ILL
Jt:iU to Urilor.
8th St., bet. Oldo I.e-vee & Comuurcial Ave.
CAIRO. - - ILL
Kt'imiriiit; ncntly done at short, notice.
J lm :u. i xcj.
M mm fact a rer ami Dealer in
8'.h Struct, hetwei'ti Coni'l Ave, ,.,nl Levee.
CHOIfE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINIIsJ OK A MUNITION .
"h(ck lleanlred, All KintlKiil lium Mmlo.
Mrs, Kmilv Bowers,
Mrt. AMANDA CLANKSON, A.-nt.
-N'txt Ati-xiimli i' Co. Hunk, -th St.
itVOnoil Htnclt uml I'rlcea Itemouiitile, J&i
c;a PS I
i:jO ec lite Com'l Ave
i3'.' rn n.'i .r. :;'. in,., i t
I.iiici: i.i od-. I inters, Notions, Ktc.
A li'juvy -tor ot Unity Lra,-e c, Tup, r
tr, 'I'al I i:xru:n
A full -1,,'k ui Oi, Clo'l.. tu. ( pricn.
All (iix1h :,t Holt on, JViofs!
' . W. IIEDEKSOX,
No. r.'irommerciiil Ave.,
c-t'le Atr -lit I'm Hie ('clediii.fi' 1
Mnrid tc Hirer aul DeaU-t in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
Hlld 1'wket llti' TV
llron." I'hiti i kt 'v'
anil Carpet,!! rr' TouN.Th'i'l
, let in I ae ' i.irkct. llnn'rn
t. l'ork liiin Scoori". Oriuitte
Iron Wnre. II r i:i !
Free;;,-t, '.V:c.,r ('
WrliH'ers. i row n K
iirtle ini ari:. ii . t - .Munotain
olers. l;,-f''eru:i,r-. Clutiu-n
liter-. St 'p La liC'C (iarili-ti
ii Mar Od .Sieves- tte-t iu lit,-
world. l.,onis t, ,
C " h r j t Sc ,erii, I-
rtnw Sen-en ', re I
vi-rv rterri, tion. Klaitt Oil.
title. r liiinl! rs. lirootiH, W iu
'iich, l-'ull mpply ol l-'ielCiA:
The iilmi e f ; . .c k
t urner l.'tli io.il d
Ti'leiiUoi c No. cj
Imlt nri pr'ce".
ninurcia' Avenue, Cairo, I'd.
LOU IS C. II Ell B MKT,
(Stii'ccs.s! r to Chas T. Nowl-iiid an.l
Plumbei, Steam and Gas Fitter
Commercial ,vi;, hid, nth nnd Klc-vi-ntli
CAIKO, : : ill.
O.lvuW' ll I' ,ot, ,lfi I'm,,!,, fnr tiidli.-fl ariU
en: l.. Aiji'itt Tot lite I el,M,rnlei
ttio pump ever Invent, .t. New fin KUIure,
urrlKliei! , r,,,r, (,,, m,!,,,,,, r,.,mru mill
ItrjoMilne, tirninplly nil, inleil lo. IIIM-U
N"KV YORK STORK,
WIKH.KSAr.E AND KBTAIL
I'lie Lar't Variety S(e,l
tN 'I'ltic, I'l'l'Y,
GOODS 80 Ll) VlDKYCLOSK
NEW YORK STORE CO,
C. Mtietnioitli ttti n-l I p;,. Ill
Cnniinu.cial Avuniio ' tilll,, lJ