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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1881.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIK
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL W BATHS H KBPOHT.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice IMhl column, flvs cents pur line, etch
U.eVtioii. For on month, Wcul per Hum.
Cottnco of fivo rooma od Twenty-second
street neur Wnlnut, in good order.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Ileal Estate Aoiit.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership, until now existing un
der the style of Henderson Brothers, has
been dissolved by mutual consent from the
date hereof. John E. Henderson will con
tiiiuo In the tobacco business alone.
Umbo, III., May 28th, 1881.
Notice, Owners of Dogs.
Ix!inff owners, or having
control of dogs upon which the tax has uot
been paid, are requested to call at onco at
police headquarters and either pay the tax,
or bring the dogs to be impounded. Per
sons, not complying with this notice, will
be prosecuted under the ordinances.
L. n. Myebs, City Marshal.
Kotfce of Dissolution.
The partnership heretotore, existing be
tween John 0. Barnard nd John T. Ken
nie, under the atylc of Barnard & Kennie,
is this day dissolved by mutual cousent.
John T. Bonnie is to pay all debts ot the
said firm, mid is authorized to collect nil
accounts due to said firm.
J. 0. Barnard.
John T. Kennie.
Cairo, III., May 2."), 1881.
Okficb of the Cairo Street Railway
Company. Cairo, 111., May 21st, 1881.
Proposals will bo received up to June
1st for sawed ties and plank for said road,
also for lumber for CAr house and stables.
Also proposals to fill Poplar street above
Twenty-first for track of said road. For
particulars, apply at my ollice.
Tuos. Lewis, Secretary.
I offer my store and residence, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
fixtures, at a bargain for cash. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given. This is the best
business static, in me cuy, winwmuy vi
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. Metcalf.
Choice Northern Butter.
nn hundred small tubs of choice North
em Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at U. al. alukn b,
78 Ohio Levee.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
Competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to custotnois in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakec, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of puro lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C W. "Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
' Geo. W. Bpknce.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num-lii-rof
dav .warders, we would resnoctlully
ilir.it a share of Cairo's natronairg in this
linn. Our accommodations are coual in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state ana, as to rates, we are reauy iu ww
pete with any one in the city.
Bono & Oazzola.
The U. 8. Government uses Howe Scales,
fleud for catalogue to Borden, Sellcck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Th8 best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or mouey refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theM eoinmnl, ten cents per tine,
etch Insertion. Merited
Nun Plus Ultra Havanas, 10
straight, at Sthuh's.
Um K gold Alaska scarf-pin. Find
er will please leave same at J . 11. Robinson's
cigar store, on Eighth street.
The plank sidewalk on the north side
of Eighteenth street, near Commercial
avenue, is being reconstructed.
Reirulation tubs as required by the
new city ordinance in relation to drainage,
..!( can bo obtained of Dr. Wood at
Wanted, a boy to work in the Bulle
In office, must be more than 10 years old,
and fairly educated. May learn to set typo
if he caret to.
Until October 1st the meetings of the
Woman's Christian Temperance Union wil
be held every Thursday Rrternooii, com
moncinjj at four o'clock.
Tha new staca of the ferry dock has
been placed in position.
A new floor has been laid ou the fore
castle of the ferry boat Three State.
Cholera in Cairo may bo prevented by
using one of Sproat's patent refrigerators.
Mr. D. F. King, in front of court-bouse, will
make you one for from 10 to $15.
The little child of Captain McKinncy,
of the II. 8. McComb, died yesterday morn
ing, at four o'clock, , and vill bo
buried this afternoon at Beech Ridge.
Another car load of extra tine Michi
gan peach blow potatoes has been received
by Mr. W. M. Cundiff on Eighth street.
All persons wishing a mess of really fino
potatoes should call upon Mr. Cundill.
The ages of the three New Madrid des
peradoes that were brought through here
some days ago by Sheriff R. J. Waters, are
as follows: Frank Brown, 24 yenrs; Theo
dore Mitchel, 20, and W. C. Myers, 30.
Tho ladies of Methodist church in
tend giving a "ten cent concert" next
Thursday evening at tho church, corner
Walnut and Eighth. These concerts will
be given once a month during the summer.
Tho lion and the lamb have been ly
ing down together at tho Davenport river
improvement convention, St. Louis and
Chicago working together amiably. Only
future events will prove which is the lion
and which tho lamb.
-"The News and The Bulletin at
Cairo are having a war of words. TnE
Bullet as usual has tho best of it. By
the way we admire tho pluck and inde
dependence of that paper and wish it much
success." Paducah Enterprise.
The quagmire which has for some
time existed on the Cairo and Mound City
wagon road, near the Hester place, has
leen made passable with earth and now
persons with wagons or buggies can come
either way without experiencing the least
Next Sunday, the Cth of June, has
been decidod upon as the day upon which
tho ferry boat, Three States will give an ex
cursion to Columbus, Ky. She will leave
Cairo at about eight o'clock, arrive at Col
umbus at eleven a. ra. and return to Cairo
at seven p. m.
An old man named Enoch Davis (com
monly called Jen Davis), who has lived on
a small farm in this county, about eight
miles from this city, for many years, died
a dav or two ago from the effects of inter
nal injuries, received while gifting a log.
He was about ninety years of age.
With a full vote tho United States
senate stands : Democrats, 38 ; republicans
31; Mahono, 1. If the New York "half,
breeds" or Btalwarts form an alliance with
the democrats, and elect a democrat in
Piatt's stead, tho senato will stand:
Democrats, 39; republicans, 30; Mahoue, 1.
Under the direction of health officer
Phillis all the low damp places in the city
are being disinfected with lime. I Mr. Phil
lis is daily making the rounds of tho city
in a buggy hunting up places that need his
attention, hence it is likely that it will not
be long before the city will bo in a condi
tion to resist all contagcous diseases.
The Johnson County Democrat puts it
thus: "The president of the tnited States
does not have absolute power. He is the
servant of the peoplo and when he refuses
to consult them through their representa
tives as to matters of a public character, ho
is infringing on the sacred rights of repub
li can liberty."
The new version of the Lord's prayer
is as follows: "Our Father which art in
heaven. Hallowed bo thy name. Thy
will bo done, as in heaven, so on earth.
Give us this day our daily bread. And
forgive us our debts, as wo bIbo have for
given our debtors. And bring us not in
temptation, but deliver us from the evil
In the country a man who lives well
and supplies his family with everything
necessary for their support is called "a
good provider," and a hotel keeper who
watches tho market and secures tho best is
called "a good feeder." In this class our
expenenco places Botto & Guzzalo, of the
Planters house. Their table is Bupphcd
with all tho market affords, tho cooking is
first-class and tho waiters are polite, care
ful and attentive. Guests who once try tho
hospitalities of tho Planters will be certain
to go back again.
The following are tho different bids
received bv the printing committee ap
pointed by the fire companies and Mystic
Krow, upon one thousand large posters
advertising the Fourth of July
celebration: Bloomington Bulletin, size
thirty bv torty-two, $24.06; Globe-Demo-
crat, St. Louis, size twonty-oigbt by forty
two, $30.00; Jeffrey, Chicago, sizo thirty
two by forty-two, $05.00; Cairo Bulletin,
sizo thirty-two by forty-four, three colors,
$:15.00. The Cairo Bulletin's uiu is
thirty dollars on tho thousand less than
Jeffrey's, of Chicago, on tho samo size post-
tor, and is about equal to that of tho Globe-
Go not to 8outhern France, or tho
shores ol tho McUiteranean, or to Ceylon's
beautious Isle, where rarest flowers bud
and blossom, and tho sweet scents of
aromaticB and richest perfumes fill tho
air; go not to the labratory of tho skilled
perfumer under whose eye the most delicate
atifl enchanting odors are distilled. No,
no, why should you, when, within easy
reach and at trifling cost, your every want
in this direction can be fully met at home.
fin tn the stores of Barclay Brothers and
try the unrivalled perfumes there dispensed,
and you will adjudge thorn "beyond com
pare" moro delectable than anything in
all the realms of earth, or air, or fairy land.
Yesterday afternoon quite a pitiable
sight presented itself to thoso who hap
pened to pass down Ohio Levee from
Eighth to Sixth streets. An old negro was
lying on the sidewalk in front of Mr. G.
M. Alden's commission store and was suf
iering with a terrible fit, which seemed to
wrench every muscle in his body and
caused him to troth at tho mouth.
Tho man lay there for about three hours,
during which time he never once became
conscious, or ceased to groan and shake.
Some colored men standing by were loud
iu their denunciations of "do white folks"
tor not taking caro ot the poor fellow; but
none of them offered to assist him, though
he was ono of their own race. Dr. Wood
had been notified and ho finally made his
appearance and consented upon the urgent
request of Mr. Aldcn to take the invalid to
the hospital. Tho man came here about
two weeks ago on the steamer Bello Mem
phis. Yesterday fornoon, at eight o'clock,
there were filed for record in tho office of
Circuit Clerk Alex. H. Iryin, under date of
May 28th, 1881, the papers incorporating
tho St. Louis and Cairo railroad company.
This company to go into legal existence on
the first day of June, with a capital stock
of six million five thousand dollars, divid
ed into sixty-five thousand Bhares ot one
hundred dollarseach. The principal office is
to be at Chicago. The object of the cor
poration is to construct or purchase and
maintain a line of railroad between East
St. Louis, St. Clair county, Ills., and Cairo,
Alexander county, Ills. (The real object is,
of course, the purchase ot the Narrow
Gauge railroad, when it is sold under the
mortgage recently foreclosed at Springfield,
Ills., which will bo about the fifteenth day
of June.) The incorporators are nine
in number, to wit: Wra. F. Whitchouse,
Chicago, 111.; Casper Wni. Schaap, Louis
ville, Ky.; Lorenzo M. Johnson, Chicago,
111.; S. Corning Judd, Chicago, 111.; John
B. Lorington, East St. Louis, III.; Edwin
B. Sheldon, Chicago, 111.; Henry B. White
house, Chicago, III.; James M. Hills, Chi
cago, 111.; Eugene A. Fishburn, Chicago,
111. The board of directors is composed of
the same gentlemen above named.
English managers of races prove as
stubborn and thick-headed as usual in the
matter of admitting the Cornell university
boat crew to the Henly regatta. The crew
had made no formal entry for the contest,
but expected to start for England yesterday,
when tho reflection occurred that, some
time ago, the Henly Btcwards met in sol
emn conclave and decided that from and
after January 1, 1881, all foreign entries
must be made on or before March 1, eacli
year. As the intended visit of Cornell to
Henly was announced in all the English
sporting papers many times before March
1, it seemed probable that tho stewards
would accept this extended public notice
as to all intent and purpose a genuine entry
and not demand their pound of flesh in ac
cordance with the strict letter of the law. To
avoid a fruitlessjourney Cornell telegraphod
the facts last Wednesday to the Henly
stewards who held a meeting Thursday,
only to learn that the entry would not be
accepted. It begins to look as it English
men, beaten by American riflemen, yacht
men, and oarsmen, seek to flunk a contest
with bucIi dangerous opponents whenever
possible. For a nation prating so much ot
pluck and fearlessness, and fair play, the
islanders have done some queer things of
Owing to an unforeseen delay on tho
road Col. Pepper was unable to arrive here
in time to oddrcss tho convention of
temperance people at Reform hall
yesterday afternoon. Hence no
meeting was held in the afternoon. But
in the evening Retorm hall was occupied
by a verj select and a good sized audience
to hear the colonel, (who is reputed to bo
an orator of moro than ordinary power)
discuss tho great question of temperance.
The meeting was presided over by Mr.
Geo. S. Fisher, tho president of the club.
The colonel was promptly on hand and
spoke lor over an hour to tho delight of all
present. Ho is not a flowery
speaker. His stylo is moro of
tho argumentative kind, which
appeals lo the reason, rather than to tho pas
sions and while it might leave one con
vinced of the correctness ot his views and
with a desiro to work in the cause, ho does
not awaken that spirit of intollerenco that
other upeakers have dono. He docs not, or
at least ho did not whilo wo wero there,
denounce tho dealers in liquors in terms
severe, but confined his remarks to
convincing Ids hearers of their
rights on election day and
urged them to vote their principles. The
meeting adjourned about ten o'clock.
Another meeting will, we think, bo hold
this afternoon and evening at Reform hall,
REAL ESTATE RECORD..
Ono deed was recorded in the circuit
clerk's ollioo of Alexander county yoster
day as follows:
Eliza Wilburn and husband, to W.T.
Scott mid George Robinson; special war
ranty deed, dated May 24th, 1881, for
nbout two acres, part of southeast of north
east of section one, township sixteen, range
two. Consideration one hundred dollars.
PROGRAMME OK EXERCISES TO BE OHKEWVED
AT MOUND CITY TO MORROW, MAY 30TH.
Tho arrangements for the celebration at
Mound City to-morrow have been completed
and are more perfect than they have been
in former years. The gentlemen who have
control of tho details aro determined that
everything shall pass off orderly and in a
manner suited to the occasion. Hon. Em
ory A. Storrs, the orator of tho day, will
arrive to-day at eleven o'clock. His speech
will doubtless be an effort ot more than or
Tho programme is as follows :
Procession will bo formed at eleven
o'clock a. m. on Main street, head resting
on Railroad avenue, in tho following order:
1st. Walker's Military band.
2nd. Carriages containing orators and
committee of reception.
4th. Glee Club.
5th. Ex-Boldicrs and sailors.
6th. Sunday school organizations of city.
7th. Citizens on foot.
8th. Citizens on horseback.
Oth. Citizens in vehicles.
The procession will move at exactly ele
ven o'clock south on Main street to Wal
nut, thence west on Walnut to National
cemetery, under directions of the following
named marshals: Judge, George Mertz;
grand marshal, Quinn McCracken; major,
James Anderson, Thomas Hambleton and
AT THE GROUNDS.
1st. Decoration of soldier's graves.
2nd. Mu3ic by band.
3rd. Prayer by Rev. E. M.Glasgow.
4th. Song by Glee Club.
Cth. Oration by non. E. A. Storrs.
Cth. Music by band.
7th. Oration by Col. A. A. Taylor.
8th. Song by Glee Club.
All person, who will attend the decora
tion ceremonies, are earnestly requested not
to proceed to the cemetery grounds until
the procession moves, and all go out in a
manner becoming the solemn occasion.
By the order of the committee of arrange
ments. J. P. Roueuts, Chairman.
This popular resort in Illinois where
many of our people have spent weeks in the
most pleasant manner is to be opened on
the 1st ot June with many improvements
in its surroundings and additions to the
means ot comfort to guests. Tho many
shady groves around the springs have been
furnished with comfortable seats and the
visitor can, whilo recuperating a wanted
constitution in quiet rest and healthful re
creation, also find ample and excellent
food, etc. Ice will be kept on hand in
abundance and vegetables, meats, fowhetc.,
will not be wanting. Mr. J. R. Brown, the
proprietor and manager has exerted himself
to provide everything that may conduce to
the pleasure, comfort and general welfare
ot all who may visit tho springs this sea
Mary Oxshirc, colored, swore out a war
rant in Magistrate Coming's court yester
day, against Mollie Boseley, charging her
with a violation of chapter five, section
twelve, by being disorderly and using pro
fane language. Mollie was found guilty of
the charge and fined five dollars and costs.
The warrant was served by Marshal
Officer Henry Dunkcr yesterday arrested
a drunken man named Henry Ash and took
him to Magistrate Comings, who fined him
one dollar and costs.
James Monroe was arrested yesterday by
Officer Warren Wims for having taken
aboard moro alcohol than his constitution
could bear up under. He was tried by
Magistrate Comings, found guilty and fined
one dollar and costs.
Two young ruffians, in a state of semi-
intoxication, raised a disgraceful disturb
ance on Nineth street yesterday morning.
They attempted to force an entrance into
tho residence of Mr. Thomas Tarr.
Mrs. Tarr was at home alone and raised tho
alarm, calling upon Mr. Carle, who lives
across tho way, tor assistance. Mr. Carlo
responded to tho call and ordered tho
scoundrels away ; but they refused, one of
them, even reaching for his pocket for a
weapon. Mi. Carle was not to be caught
napping and let tho villain have his fist
right between tho eyes, which induced Inm
to obey orders, lie turned tho fellow over
to sheriff Hodges and then went iu search
of the other wretch who had been followed
by Mr. Ed. Scantland to Eleventh street,
lie lead his pursuers a lively race, but was
finally captured and, together with his part
ner, lodged in jail. They were taken into
Magistrate Coming's court by Marshal
Meyers in tho afternoon where their names
wero ascertained to bo J ames Casey and
George Williams. They wero each fined
twenty-five dollars and costs mid sent to
jail tor about ono month.
Diod At 4:20 p.m. May 28th, Josio
Belle, infant daughter of Capt. J. W. Mc
Kinncy. Funeral services will bo held at Ins resi
dence on Twentieth streot at 1 :20 p. m. to
day(Sunday,) May 20th,and train will leavo
foot of Twentieth street for Beech Grove at
2 :00 p. in. FrietidB of the family are invited.
190 Commercial Ave. between
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him your orders lo get work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
OIVK II I M A OAL U
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREET.'"
largest Shoe House
Ladies' Buttoned Shoes, Coat or Kid, per
Ladies' Philadelphia Make, worked buttonholes, iter pair 2 71
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Serjre Shoes, per pair &V
Ladies' Kid or Coat Newport Ties, Kid Lined, per pair 1 im
Children's Solo Leather Tips. Buttoned,
Lames t lot ii lop buttoned shoes, per
uiiiaren scuppers, any style, per pair
Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair
L. J. II. AGAIN.
I do not wish to bo misunderstood. I
have not for one moment, supposed that
Mayor Tlnstlewood intended purchasing;
the lcer for the celebration at tho Park, the
4th of July. But he knows the beer is to be
sold there that it is apart of the entertain
ment offered to induce citizens and strang
ers to be present ou that day, and as a
staunch temperance man, should have set
his face against the whole ot it, unless the
beer portion had been dropped. Then, as
Mayor, be has the power to prevent lurr
being sold there, even when tho council
have voted their perm'tnaion. In the book
of Cairo City ordinances, under tho head of
"Fines and Penalties", chapter v, page- 100,
ordinance 41 reads: "Whenever the
Mayor of the city shall be of
the opinion that it is necessary
and proper that groceries and places where
vinous, spirituous and fermented liquors aro
sold, should be closed, and the sale of such
liquors prohibited, he Bhall issue his proc
lamation requiring all persons to close their
groceries and abstain from the sale ' of Buch
liquors, designating the time during which
such groceries Bhall be closed and the sale
of such liquors prohibited, and during such
time it shall not be lawful for any person
to sell, barter or give away such liquors in
any quantity whatever, and every person
who shall violate the provisions of this
section shall lortuit and pay to the city a
sum not less than twenty dollars nor more
than two hundred dollars for each and
Now does not that give the
mayor almost unlimited power, and clearly
demonstrate that he could prevent the sale
of beer in the park if ho choose? It has
been said to me that the blame should not
all be placed upon the mayor that the
nine councilmen who voted their permis
sion to perpetrate this unlawful act was
given, l well know, and rignt Here, while
I havo not the slightest ill-teeling towards
any member of the council, as citizens, I
should like to inquire, what process of con
science hardening they adopted, to make
them so far forcct their solemn oath of
office, as to consent to what they know to
bn a direct violation of both state and
I was told by an official, high in authori
ty, that because the celebration was lor
tho benefit of tho firemen, tho city officials
were, figuratively speaking, "all to close
their eyes, or look away from' the illegal
doings in tho park on the 4th. Now, I
will not allow that there is a better friend
to tho firemen than myself. I have never
failed to defend them when I havo heard
them unjuBtly criticised, as often happens.
I havo always been proud of them, and
havo a very warm spot in my heart for
(hem, partly, perhaps, because my husband
has been a fireman since the first company
was organized hero, and partly because I
have not forgotten and can never forget tho
noble, self-sacrificing, daring service they
rendered mo and mine, when my own little
homo was consumed by uro. uut
much as I admiro them, and
strong as my rcgaiu is iur
them, it is not strong enough to mako me
willing to boo a wrong perpetrated, that
they may bo bcnofltod a few dollars. There
are other and bettor planB for raising
money for our llro department, than .com
pelling our city officials to bo legally and
morally blind tho 4th ot July, whilo mon's
brains aro being turned nnd besotted by
copious draughts of beer. L. .1. It.
Eleventh and Twelfth Street.
in Southern Illinois.
pair $2 Oil
iter tiair 1
pair 1 7; I
; (;r, nil
Aiivtrtijtmtmtt im nimfarti (not hiiinru card
- f A-.. :-... . .L: I
vj timrt vr mi im inn cowmm, iv ifnit tatn v
miKKT llltI NK KwVfn ..nl i at.,t ......
J ComtuurclHl. llonnl by tho dnv or week.
juux J.iJUShlli, l'ro.rk'lr.
10 OR HENT-H(HJtn, farnlrlii-il or iirifiiriiitn
wltn or ttimont hord, at ri-tMuaM rati
Apply at Bulletin bulltjlufr.
A COOKING BTMVK for Mlo. with two Iron pot
. . inn Duns pani ana iw ifnanii-.: win Ijo to
iur teu aoiiar. Apply at llulletln unictt.
T."VK HKST-Ncw dwelling on Fourth ttn'
r forr room, imod elulern and outlmllilinca' i..
dollar pur mouth to good tenant applying noon t
Wm. B. tilLBKHT.
VOTICK.-All peraona havlnc hn.lnc.a with tl.
midt'ralrntMi are Imrehjr notified to leave orcli r!
on mu at ponce neartquarWa. during my atmetn
iruiu fame, j, i. nULLIM, llrallU Uflicer
yOK -RAI.K.-At atiarealn, a Rood bnggy an J
Fi.iiiic ui.re; amo a goon lop nnggywlth In
neaa and outfit complete. For further partlrula
Inquire at mv realdente on I ron alreet. third d
taut of high r-chool balldlng
VOH KENT The Delta Hou.e, comer of Tl.lr
ureei ana t ommerrlal avenne. 11 an been tuo
otiL'hly repaired Intern allv ami evtern.llv I. hI
nated only one block from all the railroad deport
,.iHjr iu inijcaa irom (lie principal utenmr.oi
landing. Apply to WM . Mt 1JAI.K.
Monday, May 30, 1831. Ij
Cairo & Vincennes Kail'
w in run mm net ween
A a fomwi:
LEAVK CAIRO: 5:0) a. m..9:(K) a. m . 10:10 a
m.. ll:-.'n a. m., 1:00 p. m , 1 M p. m., p. in
H:or p. m., ::b n. m.. 5:(i p. m.
LKAVK BID UM) Cll Y: :) a. m., a. Ill
12:011 noon, 1 :45 p m., 2:25 p m.,3:ir. p, m., 4:'JI p
m.. 5:) p. m., 7:45 p. m.. 8:1(1 p. m.
Train leaving Cairo at 3M p. m. runa tliroimh U
All train will .top in both direction h! EIkIiIIi
Fourteenth and Eighteenth atreetn.
Tickets will be for eale at Fourth Street Depot.
Coleman's Book Htoreand O'IIara' Drug Store ai
40 CTS. FOR ROUND TRIP.
PaMotiKem without ticket will tie charged
cent in each direction nn train.
P. A. MILLER, (Jen. Pass. A?'t.
A made bv the mo.t eminent ichnlar of EiiL'lnn
and America. Half the I'rlce of Correxpouilind
Kn xh Edition. Large tyne. linen auner.ca en
llci.u IHli:r, niiKHil. i.i.. . t.K. n n. ,n. i. in
prenenmve incioryni me noon nnti ii 'j riuiHiai
tloiiB." Including a full account of the New llevle-l
Ion, given to tilntcr!ber.
Bent chance for agent ever offered . bend (tauiH
fur particular at onco.
The Henry BUI l'ubllchlBg Company.. Norwich
A STYLISH OUTFIT I,
The Racine Harness
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not atnfl'ud with paper nor any Hponjry attiir. Had-
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norso. Tlie entire narnean m mane oi good no.
I.itfttlii.. Mtvllah fttirl ftfll'iihlv nmHn. ?mm.i hum
on Bridle and Breaat Collar. ,
Scut C. O. D. Subject to Inspection.
Hlnglo Harnuas, Black Trimming 113 00 ,
" C. Plain Trim ml ll ir 14 00
" INIckiilTrlmlnlnga lo Uw
" Bon Ton or Black Hold Lined J
T-rl mm Intra 1(1 Out
Donhle " Black Trimming IU (HI,
Bon Ton, Nickel or Hold f I
. Lined Trimmings !M 09 '
When ordering, mention the kind of trimming
yo i want, alao, whether ldo or over check,
or r u met hand pieces for i
nuckiet are wanted nn
Breaat Collars funilaked
Liberal Dlacmint for Liberal Order, and ClubM
For referuncv eo editor of thin paper. 1