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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
BNTKKKI) AT TUB POST 0FKICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, Al SECOND-CLASS UATTKH.
OFFICIAL PArKH OF ALEXANDER. COUNTY,
ErnratlLThielwko, Cltv Kilitor.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Offldal I'urrr ! the City uf Cairo.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 123 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WKATHKIl KKPOKT.
Cairo. 111., Oct. I. ISSO,
Time. Bar. Tber. Hum. Wlod. Vel Weather.
6 1 m 3 s:
7 " ao.-jti
10 .m -j:.
ip. m., MO.m
Maximum Temperature. 71 ; Minimum Tem
perature. 51' ; Rainfall 0.00 inched.
Kiver 8 feet 0 Inches. KUe 1 iurli.
W. H. HAT,
Sere't Stcnal Corns. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in llil-column, five cent per line, each
SEl'TKttlibU "Til TO OCTOI1EH Old.
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates,
This is the ouly route running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. .1. Johnson, Gen'l Agent.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where she hopes to be pat
ronized. Special success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
low. ' . . .
OAKLAND BASE BURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heating
stove ever offered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of every variety ot stoves for the
fall trade arc rolling in every day. Last
but not least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. AV. Henderson,
104 Commercial Avenue.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsera, salt rheum, fever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Hara
The "Burnsido property" on corner south
east corner Seventh and Jefferson avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
Terms reasonable. M. J. Howlky,
Ileal Estate Agent,
Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Missis
sippi, I have 1,500 acres of land in cotton
and corn to be picked and housed. To ac
commodate white and colored laborers I
have large frame-houses with brick, fire
places in each, with berths and mattresses
in each house, sufficient to accommodate a
large nu.nber of laborers. The house for
whites will be separated from those for
colored laborers. The highest price will be
paid for good hauds. Wm. M. Slkihie.
Foh Kent. Furnished rooms in a good
locality, with or without board. Apply
southeast corner Eleventh and Walnut
streets, second doot.
For the finest roasts, the juciest stea 8,
' the : icaderest chops, the most delicious
cutlets, the best sausajes, you must go to
Fred Kochltr's sample room on Eighth
trcet.where the very cream of the market is
always to be found.
" Over 1550,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Sclleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
"WINTER'S OLD RELIABLE OYSTER DEl'OT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Cairo that we are uow
reciving daily, and the only parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimore tresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity we are re
wiving and selling daily we are enabled to
Ml them for ten and twenty "cents per can
than any other house in tho city and
an the s"aon advances we will be enabled to
sell them much lower. We are now selling
the choicest brands at tho following figure,
to-wit: Choice Standard, full enns, 40 cents;
choica Selects, full cans, 50 rents. For sale
at Winter's eroccrv, on Eighth street, and
at the Hotel De Winter, late Arlington ho
tel at any time, day or night.as the hotel is
never closed. Parties can always rely upon
getting them. Kespcitfulh,
H. Winter & Co.
LotT A pass book with red leather
mm Mintaininir mr-mormdaa. onlv valua
ble to owner. The finder will be suitably
. . ii i. an
; rewarded py leaving same at mis omce.
Viv Intituii mi Levee street, above Reud
foundry. Will bo sold cheap. Title per
feet. M. J. Howlky, Real Estate Agent
Tint Ladies Aid Society Of the Mclho
.list church will civc a supper for tho beno-
fit at their church next Thursday evening
at Temperance hull; oysters and all tho
delicacies of the season, -come over nnu
help us." Supper from 0 to 10.
Mr. Huch Barton will, on .to-morrow,
commenco canvassing for advertisements
for the Threatre Coiniquo's house program
mo. This "programmo" is a good advertis
ing medium for our merchants, etc., since
fifteen thousand of them are being dis
tributed every week.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY
oi the Methodist church will givo an oyster
supper, for the benefit ot tliecnurcuin icm
Mo.onnn I, oil ntl Tllll IMf n V I'VI'llinf . AdUllS
sum 5 cents. Oysters, pickles, slaw, bread
I'vinuv iiiui uii c- ,
and butter, and coffee 20 cents, ice cream
and cake extra.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS! '
Fresh Mobile oysters will bo kept in
hulk through tho season, constantly in
stock, and our numerous customers will bo
annnltnrl In niinnfilii'R tfl Suit, bv tllC UOZCn,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Send your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Robert hewett, Agent.
a TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given to all persons not
to harbor, trust or give credit , to my wife
Marv. on mv account for I will pay no bills
of her contracting. O. Lummeii.
Caiko, III, Oct. 4, 1880.
1 1 on northeast corner Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. Howlky, Keal Estate Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
vniir.. in tiiion rnlumna. ton rfcnta per Hue,
each Insertion. Marked
Dr. Wood is in St. Louis.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole-
sale and retail, at F. Koismeyer's.
Judge Olmsted was in St. Louis yester
Mr. F. D. Rcxford is in the city, irom
--Mr. H. W.Wheatley, of DuQuoin, was
in the city.
Capt. Shields took the Narrow Gauge
for St. Louis Sunday.
Dr. Taber, father of Sim. Taber, is in
the city visiting his son.
Mrs. T. W. Ilalliday is ill with an at
tack of chills and fever.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. Wm. Gaolson and bride arrived
on the Fowler, yesterday, from Louisville.
Mrs. Harry Lentz, ot Paducah, came
down on the Fowler yesterday, to visit rela
tives and friends.
Mr. II. H. Candee is stopping at the
Park avenue hotel, in New York where
he will remain for a month.
All tho school rooms with the excep
tion of the high sciiool were in full opera
tion yesterday. The high school opens to
--Paul H. Schuh. G. II. Jackson, J. Ver
non, Claude Winter Hud many other Cairo
young folks have gone to St. Louis, to at
tend the fair.
The Cooking Club meets at the resi
dence of Mr. C. Close to indulge in a
social hop and the other pleasant past
The "spiritual entertainment ' given at
the Athcneum Sunday night was well at
tended, and the audience tolerably well
pleased. The performance consisted en
tirely of slight of hand tricks.
The funeral of Henry Mc Roe, a colored
barber, took place Sunday afternoon. It
was heuded by a cornet band and conducted
by the colored Masons of the city, who
turned out numerously and performed their
Several tramps have been laying
around in the bottoms, near the point, for
some time and lived miserably. Yesterday
one of them, who had been sick for some
time, died from exposure, and the other is
also sick and likely to meet the biuho fate.
On Sunday, while Mr. Frank Metcalf
and Miss Minnie Worthington were out
driving in the upper portion of the city his
horse became frightened and ran away, up
setting tho buggy, breaking it.and seriously
bruising Mr. Metcalf. Miss Worthington
Mr. Wm. Casey, an employ at Halli-
day's warehouse, yesterday morning, recov
ered the body of Mr. Ldwm Vood, who
was drowned a few miles above the city
last Thursday night. His step-father, Mr.
L. P. Wilcox, of Anna, III., was notified
of the finding of the body, which will be
taken to Metropolis for interment.
LaBt Friday evening, in compliance
with tho urgent and olt-repoatod request to
the mayor, of tho lire companies, the new
hose, which had been lying in the Arab
company's cngino house for some time, was
tested by Mr. Charley Newman and found
to be unsatisfactory. It whs guaranteed to
stand a pressure of four hundred ami fifty
pouuds, but tho first section bursted
at a pressure of two hundred pounds,
and tho others did likewise at a pressure
of two hundred and teu pounds, which
fact City Clerk Foley telegraphed to tho
mtnufacturers of the hose, but has not yet
received a reply. Tho hose havo been
allowed to lay in the engine house untested
a long time, and now that it is found
not to he what it should be, it is to be
hoped that other h se will bo speedily
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1880.
Michael O'Callahan, tho young man
wIiobo tuneral takes place this afternoon
was twenty-two yours old and had come to
this country only about four months ago,
Ho was walking along the odgo of a barge,
lying below Halliday's warehouse, when
ho lost his footing and fell into the river
between two barges, and was drowned
His body was found at 10:30 o'clock a. in
yesterday, nearly in the same place whero
he tell in.
Tho funeral of Mr. Michael O'Culla
han, nephew of Capt. Hugh O'Callahan,
will start from tho comer of Fourteenth
street and Ohio leveo for St. Patrick's
church at 1 :.10 o'clock, p. m to-day, whore
services will bo held. Leaving the church
at 2 :30 o'clock tho procession will move to
tho train at tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee, which will convey tho remains
to Villa Ridi'e for interment,
The readers' attention is called to the
local advertisement ot Messrs. Henry Win
ter & Co,, whichjappears in this fmoruing's
issue and which conveys tho intelligence
that fresh Baltimore oysters are now being
received by them daily and can be had at
the stand on Eighth street and at the Hotel
De Winter. Messrs. Winter & Co. have
established for themselves an enviable rep
utation as tho venders of lino oysters and
are fully prepared to sustain their estab
lished reputation in the future.
As a reliable and cheap remedy for tho.
various affections of the throat and lungs,
we heartily recommend Dr. Bull's Cough
yrup. Price 25 cenrs.
"$32!)" is the monogram that forces itself
upon the notice of every one that dares to
throw a glance ouf of doors. It is painted
in large letters and small letters, in black
letters and white letters, upon a thousand
different objects all over this city. It can
be seen marked with lead pencil upon bits
of paper aud chips of wood, with lamp
black upon old scrap iron and
boilers lying by the way-side;
it can be seen upon telegraph poles and
pitching posts; it is dobbed upon old tree
boxes, sidewalk railings, old houses, sheds
and fences, and even upon all the side
walks at every square, and the door steps
and entrances of business houses and private
residences, these significant figures are
traced in a bold plain hand in sizes vary
ing from six inches to a foot and a half.
The figures aro not mysterious, for every
body knows their meaning; but there is
something remarkable about them that
seems to associate them even moro closely
with the leader of the Republican hosts
that did the Poland report, namely, that the
3, 2 and 0 added together give 14, the
number of letters in tho name, James A.
Garfield. There is no denying the fact that
$:29" is a concise and, at the same time,
forcible representation of a train of facts
that are highly damaging to the character
of the Republican presidential candidate;
that it is a silent but power
ful argument against him that
ought, und no doubt will, have its proper
weight with the voters all over the country.
In so far as it is intended to influence
men agaiust the Republican candidate
for president it is all right, fir
it represents ouly a mass of very dis
agreeable truths in a very condensed form,
and if those who perpetrated the "joke"
had no other object in view, we should not
hesitate to give it our unqualified approval.
But we are inclined to believe that -his is
not the case. We have reason to believe
that here, unlike elsewhere, the "dubbing"
is being done by our political opponents,
with a view to furnish material for
campaign capital to be used in the
county election. We are convinced beyond
the possibility of a doubt that a committee
of Republicans, self-constituted perhaps,
knowing that many Republican voters will
not allow themselves to be influenced by
partizanisHi in the county election, and
that, therefore, uiuuy of them will not vole
the straight Radiial ticket, have sought in
this underhanded way to create a bitter
feeling among their political brethren
against men who are not associated with
any party. Of this we have ample proof,
und when it is considered that a prominent
Republican is known to have been one of
the party that did tho dobbing, the whole
scheme of tho Republican leaders in this
county is at once laid bare belore the peo
ple in all its contempt! bleiiess. The per
petrators will find that their work will fail
of its object, and havo an exactly contrary
effect. Tho intelligent voters of the county
will not allow themselves to be thus tricked
into supporting men, for office who nix- not
their choice; they will not fail to see that
the means employed by these self-appointed
Republican leaders are of tho basest, and
deserve their most energetic, condemnation,
and they will silently but effectually re
buke tho perpetrators at the ballot-box.
The frantic attempts of the News to
throw tho blamo upon tho Democracy are
characteristic ot that paper, and oniy prove
moro conclusively that our assertions are
correct, and that it is conscious of the guilt
of its keepers.
A Remarkable Anti-i-ehiodiu an
Tonic, "CiNCiio-QriNNiNR," Pronounced
superior to Sulphate-Quinine by physicians,
because it produces no disagreeable effect
upon tho head or stomach. Doso is the
same as tho Sulphate, und price is only
1.50 per ounce. Sold by all Druggist.
Sent, postage paid, on receipt of price by
Rilmnos, Clait Si Co., Chemists, Boston,
To regulate the stomach, liver and bowels
and promote digestion, take ouo of Car
ter's Little Liver Pills every night.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.
HKARD IS NO UNCKKTAIS SOUND.
IN IIKOAIID TO Mil. NELLIs' KAILt'llE TO UK
LIVER THK MCC ESSAY Ci HAVEL.
We have of lato had considerable to say
ubout Mr. Chas. Nellis' non-fulfillment of
his contract with tho city, and havo thereby
incurred tho displeasure of the News whoso
special pot ho is. But, since this is a sub
jeet of considerable moment to our people
who desire to see our improvements pro
grossing, wo take it that wo have hardly
yet said sufficient on this subject and that
The Bulletin would not be doinir its duty
to its readers should it fail to give tho mat
ter that attention and thorough ventilation
it so richly deserves. Mr. Nellis is, in one
sense of tho word, one of our
best citizens. Ho is a peaceful and
law abiding man of excellent social quali
ties, but he is, we regret that the facts
compel us to say it a man who is entirely
indifferent to the best interests of our little
city. By the contract relerrea to, lie is bound
to deliver from five to ten thousand cubic
yards of Metropolis gravel on ourstreetsfor
one dollar and a quarter per yard, but he
has for some cause, better known to
him than any one else, failed to ful
fill his contract, and thereby disappointed
the council and our citizens generally.
As we said in our last issue, one ot the
reasons why the city gave him the contract
in preference to the Paducah gentlemen,
was because he was a "home man," and
because it was geneially believe
being such, he would take more interest in
our improvements than an outsider, and
fulfill this contract. He signed the con
tract, aud a perfectly legal bond was
placed into his hand for signatures, by the
city clerk, but he kept it in his pocket
without making any effort to secure signa
tures, and finally the city attorney went to
him and a?ked for its return and obtained
it. But while this is so, he
actually landeg two barges full at
our wnart, anu tnc city oeing
lead to believe thereby that there would be
no trouble about the delivery of the re
mainder, had Eight street lowered for its
reception. But no sooner lian this been
done when it became apparent that Mr.
Nellis was rather indifferent whether our
streets went to the "bow wows" for a want
of gravel or not, and members of tho street
committee requested him to hurry down
the gravel.' He promised that lie would,
and pretented to be very anxious to get it
here, saying that he had made
quite a respectable profit on
the amount so fur delivered.
But, although the river was sufficiently
high at the time, and although it was over
six feet over the chain since then and is
even now over four feet over the chain, he
has, until the present day, failed to keep
his verbal promise or written contract. It
is true, that Mr. Nellis is a property owner
and personally responsible for the fulfill
ment of any contract he may enter into
with the city, but to sue him and obtain
judgment would consume all winter, and
since the improvements must be made at
once, the city can not afford to waste time
by going to law.
Every since Eighth street has been low
ered the slightest rain transforms it into
an immense mud puddle. Yesterday,
as a result of the rain of the day be
fore, it was in its usu il e mdition. The
numerous large holes were filial with watei
through which the tennis went up aud
down splashing dirty water and mud on
thy occupants of the vehicles anil all who
did not keep quite a distance from them.
As wo saw tho men steer boldly out of
their way and the women, who were out
doing their shopping, looking timidly at
the mud, and then turning down other
streets to supply their wants, it occurred to
us that this was a state of affairs that was
hardly relished by the business men and
concluded to interview a few of them on
the subject, which wo did with the follow
Mil. JOHN K'KIII.KH:
l ur street is truly in a lamentable condi
tion and its mud is a source of much an
nojance to us. Why, do you know what I
have done Look at that, (pointing to the
sidewalk on which a team was delivering
sawdust) I am having sawdust spread
all along that dirt walk from Washington
avenue to my place of business, aliny own
expense, in order to make it passable and
am rendy to stuud my share for planking
this street, if Mr. Nellis don't deliver the
"ravel soon. Thin mud is intolerable and
someone should concern himself about the
remedy before it gets worse.
Mil. It. IILOCK.
We found that Mr. Block was nlent to
St. Louis on a business trip, but the gentle
man in charge of his store stated that Mr. B.
had repeatedly expressed himself as dissat
isfied with the condition of the street, and
men who weio responsible for its delayed
improvement, lie would rather have the
necessary improvement made in front of his
store at his own cost than wait much
Mil. wjltkk cundikk
thought that since Mr. Ncllisha 1 not yet fur
nished the trrivel, the city council should
concern itself about it, and have the con
tract taken Iroin him; and that without fur
ther delay, since if the street was left in
in its prrscnt condition during the winter,
travel u It wuuld bo impossible.
thought that sotuo one wn niuely to blamo
in tAo matter, and that criminal negligence
A. MAIU -CLOTHING
This Space is Reserved for
A. MARX, tho Clothier,
Who.e Advert foment will Appear
iu a few days.
was apparent which the people would not I
be apt to put u with much longer. j
Mil. OKO 'E ?T KIN II OI.se: i
' If the street ta, ains that way much :
longer, we will haru no street at nil. It ,
was much better as it formally was.
If the gentlemen composing the street i
committee will not urge Mr. Nellis to do
his duty, they should resign."
Mil. JOHN STEI.7.EK
thought it a shame that a street in any
portion ot the city should remain in such
condition tor any length of time, but es
pecially was it a shame that a street used
as much as Eighth street slould receive so
MK. valentine kesih:
"They might as well fence up the road at
each end as leave it iu the present condi
tion during the winter. Mr. Nellis will
never get my vote on this very account.
Ho has shown by hU action in this matter
that he takes no interest ia the affairs of the
city and he will not !e apt to take any
more interest iu our couuty affairs."
Mil. NICK MONCK:
The street should not have been touched at
all or finished at once. As it i, it will be
come steadily worse and during the wet
winter be entirely worthless. Serious blame
rests upon the responsible party.
One can see from the present appearance
of the street thnt it should have immediate
attention. It should have been immediate
ly graveled when it was lowered, but since
that was not done the city will uow Lave to
go to the extra expense of re-grading it be
fore the contemplated improvements can be.
COIIN 4 Co:
"The condition of our street seriously in
terfere with business. It i s all cut up, and
everybody who does business on it are anx
ious that Mr. Nellis be in some way force 1
to comply with the terms of hi contract."
mil w. l. lkistol:
"You can siy for me that I desire the
immediate improvement of the street, but
I do not blame Mr. Nellis tor not having
gravel here. I think the river has been
too low to admit of his bringing it. I am
anxious that the street should have iuitne-
"The business of the merchants on this
street is being greatly injured by the indif
ference or wilfull neglect of Mr. Nellis.
Other men must fulfill contracts of minor
importance and why should he be an ex
ception to the rule!"
MR. wm. winter:
1 have all the fault in the world to find
with this street. The first gravel that Mr.
Nellis brought should have been put on
it. esterday while it rained the seweis
became stopped up, and one could ride
iron ml here in a skiff.
MR. ii. o. haiwest:
I am very anxious that the street should be
tended to, but not knowing to whose negli
gence itscondition must be attributed, I do
not know whom to censure.
This street is used more than any other.
yet is the worst in the city and is receiving
the least attention. This is all wrong. If
Mr. Nellis is the responsible man he should
be forced, if possible, to wright tho wrong.
MH. WM. M. DAVIDSON:
They have gone to a great deal of useless
trouble in preparing it for the reception of
the gravel, und it is now in such terrible
condition that I would pay my share to
wards planking it.
MK. WM. WKllKU :
"It is a fact that I don'tdo halt the business
I would do if the street was in proper order,
aud I am emphatically in fuv;r .that the
contractor be required to fulfill his contract
at once. You have no idea what an amount
of dirt is dragged into my store in wet
weather and tho amount of dust that covers
our wares in dry weather. A graveled
street would alter all this."
MR. GEO. W, YOCL'M,
(of Yocum & Brodorick) : "Th city has
spared no eipenw in lowering the street,
and its condition will in a short time be
CDtne inch as r vioitly interfer with luJ
We visited tho business places of Messrs.
Hobsiiker, Stuart, Koehler aid Walter, but
found them not iu, and had no time to pay
them a second visit, but will warrant that
their opinions correspond with those abrje
As we stated above, Mr. Nellis is bound,
under his contract, to deliver the gravel for
oue dollar and a quarter per cubic yard, but
by his failure to do so he has put the city
to the necessity of sending to Island No. 1
for gravel which, when screened and placed
on the street, wlil cost the city three dollars
per yard, and if not screened will be almost
worthless. But just one more point. It is
this: Tl ere aie those in the city who at
tempt to excuse Mr. Nellis action, saying
that since the delivery of his last bar;',-'
load there 1ms not It-en mfficient water
over the chain to admit of the pass
age of his loaded barge over it. As a final
reply to this wo again publish the follow
ing from the rejortof('ity Engineer Thrupp,
submitted to the council on September 7 :
"I would also call your attention to the
necessity of procuring gravel, or other ma
terial, for the completion of Eight street. It
has been graded and piepar. d for the same
and, if left in its present condition during
the winter, will be almost impassable. I can
I SEE NO UK A ION WHY THE PRESENT STA'.K
OKTIIC W ATER IS THE RIVER IS NOT TAKEN
aovaxtaoe ok. It is uncertain as to an
other rise this year. If the contractor
furnishing the gravel cannot do it, the city
should take it in hand, as there is lv't
LITTLE TIME To IM)sE."
Furthermore, as is well known, the F.7
ansville packets, the Idlewild and Arkansas
Belle, are at the present time making daily
trips over the chain without difficulty the
commerce of the east passes over it and
the idea that a few barge loads of gravvi
cannot be brought down is, in the light e!
these facts, ridiculous, indeed.
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to, meet the demands of his many
customers, lie has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hty
lever, phthisic, croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in tlie throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat und lungs.
This remedy positively cures, as thousand
can testify. If you do not believe it call
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one V
lar. As you value your life, give it atria',
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
ST. LOPIS FAIR AND EXPOSITION.
OCTOBER ITH TO JTH, 18IH).
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell ex
cursion tickets Ci'iro to St. Louis and return
at $7.20 (one and one-third fare for round
trip.) Will commence sale of tickets.
Saturday, October 2d. Good to return untj!
October 11th, inclusive. This is tho only
line running three daily trains through to
the union depot in St. Louis.
J H. Jones, J. Johnson,
Ticket Agent. Gen'l Agent.
CAIRO AND ST. LOHS R. R.
OREATLV IlKlilTCED RATES TO THE ST. 1.01' IS
Tickets will be placed an sale October
2nd good to return until October 11th.
This is the only road running an all day
light train between Cairo and St. Louis.
Train leaves comer Second street and
Ohio Levee 8:45 a. in., arrives St.
Louis 5:20 p. m. Our omnibuses deliver
passengers and baggage in St. Louis, tree
J. A. Nal'oi.e, L. M. Johnson,
Agent. Gen'l Manager.
Ii n a mmt m