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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
IXTEUED AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAIIIO, IL
LINOIS, AS BBCOND-CLA83 MATTEU.
KmMt II. Thlelnike, City KJttor.
Only Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OtlliUl Taper ot tlm City of mini.
TABER ERO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial avc., Cairo, 111.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thif column, Ave ccnl per Hue, eich
SEPTEMDER "Til TO OCTOBER 9TII.
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only route .running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Jonssos, Gen'l Agent,
J. II. Joke?, Ticket Agent.
' LABORERS WANTED.
Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Missis
sippi, I have 1,500 acres of land in cottnn
and corn to be picked and housed. To ac
commodate white and colored laborers I
havo large frame-houses with brick, lire
places in each, with berths and mat tresses
in each house, sutucient to accommodate a
large nu.nber of laborers. -The house for
whites will be separated iiom those tor
colored lalwrers. The highest price will bo
paid for good hancis. Wm. M. Si.kd;e.
For the finest rousts, the jucicst etca f,
the tenderest chops, the most delicious
cutlets, the best sausages, you must an to
F.ed Koehler's sample room on Eighth
treet,whcre the very cream of the market is
always to be found.
"WrXTEU'S OLD RELIABLE OTSTEft DEPOT.
The undersigned woulu respectfully in-1
form the citizens of Cairo that we are now
receiving aauy, mui w V" "
Cairo.-direct from Baltimore tresli oysters Uy
the can and from the quantity we are re-
ceiving and selling daily we are enabled to
fsr tar. anil tirnntu- pnf TWT pan I
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as tue season advances we win oeenauiuu to
Bell them much lower. We are now selling
the choicest brands at the following figure,
to-wit: Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For sale
at Winter's trrocery, on Eighth etreet, and
' at the Hotel De Winters, late Arlington ho-
tel at any time, day or night.as the hotel is
never closed. Parties can always rely upon
yetting them. Respectfully,
IT. Winter & Co.
Five lots on on Levee street, above Reed's
Will be sold cheap. Title per-
J. Howlev, Real Estate Agent.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS R. R.
cnEATLY REDUCED RATES TO THE ST. LOLI8
Tickets will be plact-d an sale October
2nd good to return until October 11th
' This is the only road running an all de
light train between Cairo and St. Lr.uis.
Train leaves corner Second street and
Ohio Levee S:45 a. in., arrives St,
Louis 5:20 p. m. Our omnibuses deliver
passengers and baggage in St. Louis, tree
J. A. Nauole, L. M. Johnsox,
A'ent. Gcn'l Manager
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores.
letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
ail kinds oi sKin eruptions, inis saive is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction n
every case or money rctunued. rnce, vi
cents per box. For sale ty t.tno. r;. u uara
Fresh Mobile oysters wnl bt kept in
bulk through the season, constantly in
stock, and out numerous customers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by thodozon.
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all grades
at close figures. Send your orders to the
Oyster nnd Fish Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. korehtIIewett, Agent.
TO WHOM IT MAY COSCEHN.
Notice is hereby jjiven to all persons not
to barber, tnut or give credit to my former
wife Mary, on my account, for I will pay
no bills or lier contracting, u. LrMMP.it.
; Cjuko, II!., (Jet, 4, ItW).
L ton northeast c truer Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. Howlev, Real Estate Agent.
. Mr. Hugh Barton will, on to-morrow,
commence canvassing for advertisements
fur the Threatre Coiniq'te'u lumso program
me. This "programme" is a good advertis
ing medium for our merchants, etc., since
fifteen thousand of thetn are being dis
tributed evry w-jek.
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GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice In lhoo column
ech liiKcrllou. Murked
ten could per "u0
-lion. Win, llartzell was in the city
There are now but two prisoner con
fined m the county jail.
Mr. Bcnj. Milburn, ot Hodges Tark,
was in town yesterday.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
Bale and retail, at F. Korsmcycr's.
Sheriff Ilodges, who has been vut in
the county for several days, returned home
Only $7.50 round trip, via Illinois Cen
tral railroad, to Chicago, Tuesday, October
Judge Olmsted and daughter, Nan
nie, are in St. Louis, and will bo absent un
Mr. Joe Shetler, of Rose Clair, known
from Tittsburg to New Orleans as "Potato
Joe," was in the city yesterday.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korameycr's.
No such opportunity for visiting Chi
cago will be offered again this season as
the Illinois Central is now offering.
W. M. Maxey, M. D., of Ilodges Park,
who has been in the city for several days,
returned home yesterday.
Passengers for the Chicago excursion
will find the sleeper at depot Monday eve
ning, and can retire at the usual hour.
Mr. George S. Fisher is home again
from his northern trip. During his ab
sence he visited all the northern cities of
We call the attention of our readers to
the advertisement of Mr. Reisser elsewhere.
He offers his brick business house on Com
mercial for rent.
op th inlm of the News: "No
better men were ever presented for the sui
f.or.ranf nponle than those on tue re-
O'llara and Lippitfs mare, "Jule,
and Robert Smyth's horsc,"IIarry," will trot
in the park at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
best two miles in three.
Alderman Patier returned from St
Louis yesterdav; He reports the iair a
grand affair, but the crowd of people too
large to admit of enjoyment
The excursion to Evansville is not ft
thing entirely out of mind and may yet oe
worked up. A new offer has been subirit-
ted by the Vincenncs company
Merchants, bankers, lawyers, doctors,
farmers, mechanics and others should see
the ChicaL'o exposition. Go via the Illinois
Central, October 12th, 1880
Mr. JOlinT. Merry, Ol Jimiutsiu,
i0Wa, excursion agent of the Illinois ten-
fral ,.ailroaj) wa8 in the city yesterday, ar
..,; f, nJ rxr-iirsion to Ch cam.
.ti. riibRo-o pxnosition is the wonder
A rf and the IllinoU Central is deter-
the people of Cairo and vic.n.ty
suau nave uu ii(ijiuuuuujr .j vk i-
Dr. Petne s cow will never more oe
neen oh the "pleasant pastures back ot the
Mississippi levee. She ha3 been called to
fUt. happy "hunting ground" by the pre-
Senator Conkling having '.old the peo-
p'c who his candidate for vice president
is, a great many republicans arc anxious to
have the New York senator declare in favor
of somebody for president
-The Temperance Reform Club, which I
meets to-night, will io nu.ircssea py
Rev. B. Y. George, and an article entitled
"Masked Batteries" will be read by request.
The meeting will be interesting, and all
the friends of the temperance cause are
earnestly requested to be present.
Mr. Daniel Har'.man returned to this
city yesterday, after an absence ot several
weeks. During his absence he visited all
the largest eastern cit;es in search of nov
cities, and has returned a linn believer in
the proverb "seek and ye shall fiud." His
stock of goods will commence arriving in a
'Squire Osbora performed a secret
marriage the other day quite a good-looking
young lady and gentleman being the
parties to the contract. Although our
rcaij(.rs wm obtain no great amount of sat
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only una ineir cunosny un-niM-u, u were
determined not to bo cheated out oi nn
item. Hence the notice.
The attention of the News man, and
ull others, is respectfully called to tho
advertisement of "Democrat," published in
these columns this morning. The money
one hundred dollars is in our possession,
and is available on a moment's notice. It
is to be hoped that the editor of the News,
or any other Republican who doubts the
sincerity of "Democrat" or persists in
charging the Democrats with tho dobbing,
will heed the head of the advertisement,
to-wit: "Put up or shut up."
Dr. Clark informs us that hu is no
longer the head and front ot the greenback
party in this city that he plays only secouii
fiddle to the noble cause and nil bectttsc
Mr. Jack Winter has constituted himself the
leader of the hosts. He is sort of a utility
man who comes to the front only in an
emergency, or when Mr. Winter is absent
trom the city. We protest against this
1 he doctor is by no moans a email potato,
and tho'iM therefore be at the top of the
pile. But 'twas ever thus, Ever since we
have known Jack and wo havo known
him for many a year-he has been a cork
that could uot be kept under many moments
at a time.
Mr. Jack Jones, who went to St. Louis
to exhibit himself at the fair as tho "cham
pion American taster,'' returned yesterday
evening, thoroughly disgusted and in an
unenviable state of mind. He failed to re
ceive tho deserved applause.
The little eight-year old sou of Mr.
Michael Houlihan' yesterday had his right
arm broken, whilo playing with his com
rades at school. It was set shortly after
wards, and it is the doctor's opinion that he
will be able to be about again in a day or
Street Superintendent Gorman has
made a much needed improvement iu that
he has had asubstantial railing constructed
around the several public pumps in the
city. This will, no doubt, put a stop to the
expense for a new pump handles, etc.,
which the city has had to meet several times
within the last year.
Yesterday evening about six o'clock,
little Walter Thompson breathed his last.
He had suffered much for several weeks
from intermittent fever, but seemed to be
convalescent day before yesterday and until
yesterday afternoon, when he was again
violently attacked with the result as stated.
The remains will be interred at Beech
At tho regular monthly meeting of
Hibernian fire company Mr. W. H. Stoner,
who was elected foreman o( engine at the
former meeting, resigned and Mr. M. J.
Howley was elected to the vacancy. It is
Mr. Stoner's intention to stump the state
for the greenback ticket, and as this would
compel his absence from now until elec
tion clay, his good sense suggested to lum
the propriety of resigning. This is on the
authority of Wm. McIIale.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union held its regular weekly meeting iu Re-
.orm hall yesterday afternoou, and although
it transacted but little business of impor
tance had a very pleasant and interesting
meeting. Mrs. G. M. Aldcn, the president,
beiap absent. Mrs. E. C. Ford was chosen
to preside, after which Mrs. Wood Ritten
house, the president for this district, re
ported that she had received a notice from
headquarters vf hich requested that one day
in the present month be set apart for prayer.
City Clerk Foley yesterday received a
dispatch from the Cleveland rubber com
pany concerning the hose which the city
bought from it for our fire companies, and
which a week ago to-day was "tried and
found wanting." The company states that
their agent. Mr. Monroe, will shortly visit
this city with a view of satisfying himself
as to the condition of the hose, and it he
finds that it will not bear the pressure
guaranteed will do the "square thing" with
Our former fellow citizens Messrs. D.
L. and L. L. Davis, have again embarked
in the newspaper business. The first num
ber of their journal, the Chicago Chronicle,
made its appearance among our exchanges
yesterday. It is a twenty-eight column
weekly of neat appearance and speaks well
for the industry of the gentlemen at the
helm. The Messrs. Davis are too good
newspaper men to remain out of the busi
ness long and we hope their efforts in be.
half of the Garden City will be apprecia
ted by its citizens.
The little thirteen-year-old son of Mr.
John Cuunon, w ho resides on Tenth street,
between Walnut and Washington, left his
home atler supjx-r yesterday evening with
out permission, and when at nine o'clock
he iiad not returned, his p.irents felt con
siderable anxiety over his absence. When
at half-past ten lie had not put in an ap
pearance the police officers were notified,
and search lor him was instituted, which
wns kept up until a quarter to twelve, when
the young man, having walked leisurely
home, presented himself at the house. He
had spent the time at a bonfire on the levee
in company with some of his acquaintances.
llarrktt Wright, the negro woman,
who, a few days ago, jumped into Messrs.
C. O. Patier k Cos buggy and drove up
town at a speed, winch .Maud S. might
envy, whs yesterday tried for insanity, in
Judge Yocum's court by a jury of twelve
competent judges, who found her a fit sub
ject for the insane asylum. Jane Adams,
another colored woman, was also, tried with
tho same result. Ilcr's was a case of a
nmre quiet nature, brought on by religious
excitement. She had a habit ot praying,
cursing and singing, all in one strain and
was a great annoyance to tho neighborhood
in which she lived. The testimony of com
petent physicians was heard, besides the
The supper given at Temperance hall
last night by the ladies of tho Methodist
Aid society, for the benefit of tho M. E.
church, was largely attended. The crowd
was composed of young ami old people,
who enjoyed themselves immensely all
evening. The several tables were presided
over by some of Cairo's handsomest daugh
ters, and were all liberally patronized.
Tho ice-cream and cake table- was
presided over by Miss Ellio Cole
man, assisted by Miss Hattie McKee.
Tho other tables three in number were
devoted to all kinds of lancy and substan
cia'. eatables. One was presided over by
Mrs. Orth, assisted by Miss Bushnoll, Miss
EllaFurgcsou and Miss Kate Hewitt i tho
second was in charge of Mrs. Easterd iv,
assisted by Miss Fannie Barclay and
Mrs. Elliott, und the third was managed
by Mrs. Kllburn. assisted by Mrs. Kino jar
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1880.
and Mrs. N. B. Thistlcwood. There was
much merriment and tho Interest taken in
the nice things with which tho tables were
laden was manifest from the largo total
receipts, which reachod ninety dollars.
Georgia Tuesday elected state officers
and legislature, which w ill choose a United
States senator, Indiana will elect, on Tues
day, October 12, state ofilcers, representa
tives in congress, and a legislature which
will choose- a United States senator. Ohio
will elect on Tuesday, October 12, minor
state olBcers, representatives in congress
and a legislature. West Virginia will elect
on Tuesday, October 12, state officers, nnd
a legislature which will choose a United
States senator. Tho people will also vote
upon two proposed amendments to tho con
stitution of the state one relating to courts
and the other to tho right of trial by jury
in certain cases. As in Georgia, tho repre
sentatives in congress in West Virginis will
be elected on Tuesday, November 2.
At about eleven o'clock last night, a
dispatch was received in this city, request
ing the presence of Dr. Parker, at a point,
little above Mound City, ou the Vinccnnes
road. Owing to the fact that the passenger
train had not yet arrived at that hour, the
report at once spread that a serious accident
had occurred, by which several passengers
were serious injured.- The train arrived
here at about 11 ::10 o'clock, when we learn
ed from the conductor that the services ot
Dr. Parker were required to set the arm of
a brakewan, who had met with a little mis
hap wile in the discharge of his duty on a
freight train nt the point aforesaid. His
train was delayed by coming in contact
with a freight car, which was standing on
the main track a few miles alove Mound
City and which ccused one of the coaches
to jump tho track.
Day before yesterday the News stated
that Mr. Lou. Daniels was one of the party
that did the ''$329" daubing and thought
it was fixing the guilt upon that gentleman
by stating that the colored porter, Wade
Hampton had seen him at it. But last night
Mr. Hampton called at this office and denied
the statement of the News in the mot
emphatic terms. He said he had not, at
any time, told thu News man, or any other
man, that Mr. Daniels was one of the party
and with much enthusiasm and emphasis
pronounced any man who would accuse him
of having said it a well, the imagination
of the reader may supply the word. This
being thuily, it is evident that the News
accused Mr. Daniels without cause and
right here, we take occasion to whisper it
into the ear of its editor that, of course, his
false accusations and fierce denunications
hurt but no one, but himself.
General Judson Kilpatrick, of Deck
ertown, New Jersey, who was anxious in
1870 to "wag a bloody-shirt campaign with
plenty of money ,"' and who is now mak
ing bloody-shirt speeches, had an awkward
experience with a Poughkeepriie audience
the other night. His first mention of Gen.
Hancock's name instantly provoked loud
and long continued applause. The general
was stunned for a moment, and then re
turned to the charge, and eulogized the
Credit Mobiliercaudidate. Garfield's name
was the signal tor a storm of hisses and
other marks of disapproval. Then the
speaker started to talk about the Demo
cratic candidate, and the name of Hancock
again set the audience to cheering wildly.
Kilpatrick finally finished his speech, and
left the hall in deep disgust with Pough
The News made no attempt la?t even
ing to disprove or weaken our review of
Mr. Nellis' communication, which leaves us
to conclude that our position on the "gravel
question" is invulurable. But there is one
notable feature in Mr. Nellis' communica
tion which affects us rather disagreeably.
We certainly had reason to expect that, af
ter he had been prevailed upon to set him
self riuht before the people.he would make as
full a defense as circutnsUr.ces would per
mit, but he tailed to make the point which,
ot ull others, might tend in a measure to
palliate his guiit, namely: that he will yet
comply with the demands of his contract
He seems to have studiously avoided Bay
ing anything that might lead one to be
lieve that he desires to btand by his signa
ture, and leaves no alternative but to con
clude that the so!e reason of his failure to
.arrv out of his contract lies in his will
that, in fact, he h w no intention of bring
i:ig down gravel, even though the river bo
torty feet over the chain.
Tho Groenbackers had a very nice lit
tle meeting at the Tenth street btand last
ni-rht. Hons. A. J. Streeter and J. P,
Stelle, the Greenback candidates for gov
ernor and representative, were the speakers
of tho evening. About 7:30 o'clock, a body
of Greenbackers headed by the Comiquo
band, marched up to the stand and gather
cd around it, while bor fires were being
touched off and tire works, such as sky
rockets, Roman candles, fancy lights, etc.
lighted up tho darkness. The band played
several airs from the stand, and then depart
cd. Hon. A. J. Streeter was then iutroducea
tj the audience, and spoke eloquently for
several hours. He is a good speaker, and
possesses an ample Btore of facts relative to
tho evil financial legislation of tho
republican party. His arguments wero
pointed nnd, with some excep
tions, conclusive. H'i hold tho close atten
tion of the audience, which was composed
of persons of all the, parties. His speech
would bo of Inter to everybody, but wo
cimnot publish even a synopsis of it, tor we
have not the space. Tii: nu lieuc; dispers
ed about t'.'ii o'clock.
Cairo, III., October Ct:i, 18S0,
To My Friends:
T DESIRE to announce that I will oiler this season a
M en's Youths' and
That I feel confident will merit your closest attention.
My Stock, as heretofore, will embrace the Newest De
signs and Styles, especially manufactured to meet the re
quirements of those appreciating first-class honestly-made
Clothing. The reputation of my
" M A. Iv E S"
being fully established, I deem it unnecessary to make any
further claim, but refer you to those who will substantiate
the above. And they are found among the best dressed peo
ple of Cairo and vicinity.
llaiiuiici-slougli Bkk, Broadway Custom-made Clothing.
John B. Stetson 4 Co.. Celebrated lUti.
Rob't Ihivies - Co. and I. L. l.owery lc Co., FineNetk and Underwear.
Levi & Wechslers' Famous Mauliatan Shirt.
Thaiikinsr you for pat favors and
6 1 Ohio Levet
A SPECIMEN RADICAL.
In the hunt for item we sometimes
strike a good thing, which though not ex
actly news, adds to the stock of public in
formation. Of such a character is the fol
A certain irreconcilable rebel-hater has
been making himself olfensive for months
past by, his foulmouthed aspersions on
everbody who dared to think otherwise
than as the machinedictatod. Every demo
crat was a blanked rebel. Hancock, Siel,
Forney and Morrison were all reoels. Our
patriot ''had tit and bled" from Fort IVn
elson to the sea, and having spilled his
blood in the good cause, was (and is) draw
ing $ S per month for wounds received in
action. It would rouse a patriotic
fervor in a bra3 monkey, to htVr him tell
of how he got his honorable sear land
earned his pension) in the face ot the
enemy. But he longed for more dollars,
and the easiest w ay to get them was by an
"increase of pension." The application
was duly made through the proper oilici-r
here, on September 4t!i, lat. This paper
came under our gaze a moment, and we
were more than astounded, that the appli
cant, on oath, declared the wound to have
been received "accidentally'' (though as
claimed in tho line of duty) on 8 steamer
on the Mississippi river.
This led to further inquiry, and we
acertnined that though the pensioner
had been iu three regiments, he proba
bly never was under fire. He was a
member of the old Eighteenth for three
months, then tound a soft spot, where he
staid till good bounties were being offered.
when he enlisted again, and patriotically
run a chuek-a-luck, when he managed,
somehow, to get a discharge and immedi
ately re-enlisted in the Thirteenth. Whilst
belonging to this command, he was prin
cipally employed for the meanest wvrk
around the provo marshal's office in Cairo,
and throughout the country, until his ''ac
cidental" wound enabled him to enroll
himselt amongst the pensioners and
pat -lots, who live at the expense of the
country, and vehemently damn all w!k se
brains are not so muddled as their own,
and wh) are willing to risk a soldier who
was not wounded by "accident."
MARSHALS FOR THE 1'iTH INST.
The following named gentlemen 'nave
been appointed by the County Central
committee to act as marshals on the day
and evening of the 13th inst., on the oc
casion of the grand Democratic demon-
RtrAtinn.ro be held here at that time: First
Division, ladies with escorts, C. W. Dun
ning; Second Division, dipt. Thos. Wilson,
Henry Gossman; Third Division, Thos. J
Kerth. Neirlev Rudd; Fourth Division,
Davis Thistlewood, Richard Fitzgerald
Fifth Division, W. F. Pitcher, A. J. Carl
Sixth Division, E. B. Pettit, J.S. Mc.Cahcy
These gentlemen will please report to the
grand marshal at once, for consultation.
W. M. Wnxt iMS. Grand Marshal
PUT UP OR SUIT UP.
As tho "Daily News" persists in charging
the Democrats with doing the $339 paint
ing about town, I will authorize you to
mako the following proposition through
your paper. I will bet :
That tho was not ordered
painted in Cairo by the "Democratic" Na
$25, That it was done by four promi
nent Republicans, who reside in Cairo.
23, That I can name each individual
who had a hand in it.
425, That I will pro.'e by three respon
sible citizen that I have named the right
Enclosed find 100, which please hoi
subject to an acceptance of all of above of
fers. As I will leave on tlm U o'clock
trmn. to-morrow, nnd will call fur this
i-vinev at 10:30 a. m., if tho olftr has not
boen accepted. Demochat.
Cahio, Ootjber Tth, 1310.
s-dicltimra continuance, I am
Yours. A. MAItX.
The Boss Clothier.
WANTS TO MARRY.
ilililor Cilro DuIIuMq:
I see in the Argus that one of the most
beautilul and nccomplibhed young ladies of
this city contemplate pronging to fourteen
of the gentlemen whose namesyou publish
ed day before yesterday. I being one of
the gentlemen whose name you published,
will you modestly insinuate that I would
not object to a proposal? You may men
tion my initials, but not my full name, and
state that proposals should be addressed in
caro of your office. Respectfully,
R. R. S.
ST. LOCIS FAIR AND EXPOSITION,
OCTOBER 1TII TO imi, 1880.
The Illinois Central R. R. will sell ex
cursion tickets Cairo to St. Louis and return
at $ 7.20 (one and one-third fure for round
trip.) Will commence sale of ticket.
Saturday, October 2 1. Good to return ur.til
October 11th, inclusive. This is the only
lino running three d til y trains through to
the union depot in St. Louis.
J. H. Josts, J. Johnson,
Ticket Agent. Gen'l Agti.t.
Foil Rf.st. Furui.-hedrooius in a good
locality, with cr without board. Apply
utheat corner L.euMh ai.d Wainut
troets, secon l dovr.
Mr., r iT&itnALi1.
The "Ban-.side property" on corner south-i-t
comer Seventh and Jelfi-r'D avenue,
ouse has tight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood -hrd and cistern. Four lots.
enus readable. M. J. Howlev,
Real Estate Agent.
The two-story brick buim:-s house, on
Cou.uititial avenue, near the corner of
Eighth street. Apply to V. Reiser, corn-
r Twelfth and Washington.
The f.jllowing correspondence explain
St. Louts, October Utvlo..
Mr. A. T. DcIJ-i'in, Cairo. I'linoi".
Deak Sin Y'oiir fivor of the Ctti, to
hand, in reply will say that I do not com
pete in prices with the packers ymt men
tion, tiS I pack ONLY KIKST-Ci.AS STOCK ANP
ifi.i. cans: if you wish give ll.orc parties a
trial and I am satisfied what the result
will be. Awaiting your further orders. I
- .... ti..
remain, lours rc.-pecui:,i,
I keep only the above oysters. Am sell
ing ovus at 10 cents; extra seiecis in w
cents per can. A. i. dkuun.
con; 1 1 syrup.
I'ViK SALE. A ui'w J(i!i ol'lce, comitletoin tvi-ry
iiiirticu'.iir. hiii! lut wbnt In wanted for the run
of J.)b. namiililct uiirl other work Iu final) town.
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ORDINANCE NO. 53.
An ordinance Binendlns Section 1 . Chapter XV of
the Revlfed Ordinance.
He It ordained by thu city council of tho city of
Section 1. That section 1 of chapter XV of the
revived ordinance be amended so as to heruufter
read at follows :
tier. 1. No railroad company or conductor, en
gineer or other employe of any railroad company,
or other peron mauaulnu or coutrolllUK any loco
motive, engine, car or train upon any railroad
track, (hair, within the corporate llmltK of tho city
..f Ciirn. ran or raiiHu or millVr or nermll to run
miv such locomotive, entlne, car or truin . under
bin or their cuurj?e or control upon any
rnad tracK at a nnceiiexcepmnainr himiuk, i
umrer fraum at a Mined not to exceed ton nillen an
hour: all other tralii". earn, enniney or locomo
tive at a cpeefl uot exceeding fix mnu uu uuur.
Approved OctobelTth, A. IV
Attest: 0 J. FOLEY. !)'"