Jerry Troy death notice
steamer Nettie Quill brought down sou bales of cotton to-day for New Orleans. The steamer Hat, tie B. Moore arrived to-night from the Bigbee River with 1080 bales of cottontoe largest load of the se aeon. A ear load ot cotton en tho Mobile and Ohio Bailroad caught fire this afternoon while coming Into the city and was destroyed. Thers were forty -two bales In the car. They belonged to Allan, Busa & west, acd were insured. Thus. M. Le Baron. Jr.. who married Miss Mary Badger, in New Orleans, this morning, arrived here on the noon train and they will inane this place their future home. Charles a. Dodge, who has been lighthouse tender at Fort Morgan for the past ten years, has resigned, his soouossor being Geo. Hanoi, trom tue Mobile lighthouse. J. U. tlheeebrooga, chief passenger agent for the Mobile aad Ohio road, who has been located here, left tor Sk Louis to-night, to make his headquarters in that city.1 The Went Alabama Bailroad bought its firac-ears Saruraay and will run train aa far ae the Chicaa.abogue bridge within a week. The remains of Jerry Troy arrived here to-day from Jackson, Tean., and were buried In the Catholic Cemetery. The funeral services took place in et. Patrick's Church, Bev. Father Kir win officiating. It hus been rumored here for some time that the general offices of the Mobile and Ohio Bailroad would be moved to St Louis, but this rumor has been repeatedly denied by the officers. Tne St. Louis Globe-Democrat now publishes the facts aa circulated by rumor, and rives Wm. Butler Duncan, the President ot the road, aa its authority. The removal of these officers will be a serious loss to Mobile.