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official ripia of citt ! and couktt
SPECIAL LOCAL' ITEMS.
Notieealn tbli column, eight eanta per lfne for
trat eanta per tin acta attheequent luier
tlun. Fur out month, SO eente per line.
at De Baun's 56 Ohio Loveo.
. The Great Triple X.
"XXX Beer," tho fluest mIt .produc
tioa ever brought to Chit city, has just boon
rocoivedln Urge UatititioH by Mr. Louii
C. Horlxirt, ; near the crtricr of ; Eighth,
streut and Coratnerctftl avenue. The
"tripple X" is suporior to any other boor in
Uie country, . cool and healthy beaverago,
which, once known, will 1e preferred to
ever other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert'!
and try the "XXX."
Dr. Kline's Great Nenre Restorer the
marvel of the age for all Norve Diseases,
All fits lopnod free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, 1'enn.
Tee, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by tbo pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagoni will run to all
parts of the city during summer, Boning
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. P. M. Ward.
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Ilalsmu. K. Ferret,
Agt., 373 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Oysters by the Can
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Lcyco.
To All Whom it Hay Concern.
Notice is hereby given that wu, the un
dersigned, will make application ' to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a furry between Cairo and Greenfield
Landing. J. B. Bibb.
Lost Pocket Book.
Lost, Inst Saturday, botwocn School's hall
and Carle's livery stable,' on Walnut or
Eleventh streets, a red russia leather pocket
book, containing a ruby and diamond ring,
a plain gold ring, and other articlei of Jew
elry" Finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the same at Tub Bulletin office.
Commencing Tuesday September 6th,
tbo Cairo & vincennos Railway Co. will
sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati at
greatly reduced rates. Tirlr ' "'"
on saio until October 8th and will be good
for return Until and including .October
IOtb. By train leaving Cairo daily, (except
Sunday) at 5 a. m., passengers reach Cin
cinnati at 6:10 p. m. F. A. Miller,
General Passenger Agent.
Ifee Tub Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
lor salo at tho office, 1200 No. 8 book
leaves to the doz.on books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
in cans at Do Baun's.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is tho bogs coal oil " cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cookiug, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all othors. ' These " stoves are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
Mrs. A. B. Choato, on Cross street third
door west of Washington' avenue, has
rooms and brat-class board for four gentle'
Over 165,000 Howe Scales have been
sold. Send for Catalogue to Borden, Sol
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, Ills
For Sale low.
Two lot on Seventeenth, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets (31 and 82 in block
85). Apply at The Bulletin counting
To All Whom it Jfay Concern.
Don't forget on the 15th day of August,
that tho gamo season isopenod.and all game
in thoir season will be found at Avinger and
Tharp's, 72 Ohio levee, next' door to City
nauoi u uaoic. We have on hand now
Fresh Oysters and a variety of game,includ
ing Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
Fish, etc. .
in cans at De Baun's.
tOT,.TuBdRy' Thursday and Saturday
Sffi1' house, cor
wl ?th ltreet Washington avenue,
tSXL TTmUt Nothing Boots -S3
Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Son, Good,'Ld' Ware and No-
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
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i -Hattte 8. an elegant small Havana
' cigatv at Sohuh's. - , ''' .,;:,.::,,, ,
,; ot f lost pocket book and
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t jewsiry uanoiner column.. ; ,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1881.
-For choice fresh milcb cows cheap, call
on W. L. Bristol on Eighth street.
Thmil.1inir occumed by Esquire Os-
born as an ofileo is being raised and furn
ished with new sills. ;i
Wantod.-To exchange choice fresh
milch cows for fat cattle or work horses.
W. L. Bristol.
Dr." Tanner is preparing to fast in Now
York, for throe months. Ho lays he can
doit'iffod on oloctrlcity; the uir in his
room to bo charged with a strong current.
The little twelve year old daughter of
Mr. T, W. Allen, Lillian,1 by name, fell
from tree yesterday aiteruoon And, strik
ing a limb in her fall, hurt herself seriously
internally. A physdan was called late last
night to 'attend hor.
The ordlnanco grantiug Mr. Daniel the
riirht to build water works in this city on
certain conditions was signed by Mayor
Thistlewood yesterday and is puoiiBiicu
elsewhere in ThE BULLETIN this morning,
In connection with tho council proceedings.
Durinir tho month of September the
slon gatherer makes only two rounds ot
tho city every week. Ho has selected Wed
nesdays and Saturdays as tho most convem
ent to him and tho citizens must govern
Tim corresiwuduiit of a Philadelphia
paper donlos the rumor that Tildcn is to bo
a candidate for governor next year, and
gives as a reason that ho is afraid ho would
lose tho election, and thus break up all
chances of his nomination for the presi
dency in 1881.
Nothing better illustrates the remarka
ble prosperity of this country1 than tho stu
pendous increase in the ratio of railroad
mileage. In 1870 there were 2777 miles of
new road constructed a Tory respectable
amount; butiu 1880 tho number of miles
completed rose to 7174.
Parties holding E. E. Coming's
tickets for papors, can get papers for them
from Mr. Jss. Coleman.
The society of the Army of tho Cum
berland will hold its thirteenth reunion at
Chattanooga, on tho 21st and 23d of next
month. Tho cx-confcdcrate soldiers ot
Tennossoe, with the old hero, General
Frank Cheatham, will givo thorn a greet
ing. It will bo a luomorablo occasion for
the boys of both armies.
Tho soml-annual report of tho produc
tion ot precious motal in California for tho
six months ending Juno 3d, prepared by
John. J. Valentino, of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
express, is as follows: Gold, $110,418,378;
Silver, 208,204. This rate continued dur
ing the remainder of the year would give
the Unrest production since 1874.
Senator A. II. Garland's name is being
mentioned as that of one worthy to fill tho
soat recontly vacated by tho death of Jus
tice Clifford, of the United States supreme
COUrt. Nn mmn 4U'"'
ified for the placo, and we spoak for the
wholo smith when we say that tho people
of that section would be delighted to see
him so honored.
Mrs. Garfield has in her possession
certificates representing $125,000 of 4 per
cent, bonds, which is part of tho Garfield
fund. ' The amount paid tor the bonds was
n the neighborhood of $149,000. Should
the president die, the fund of $250,000
will be complotod by persons who havo al
ready pledged 1 themselves for sums that
will cover tho amount.
The Washington avenue sprinkler
which stopped operations ; some time ago
because the supply of water from the
Tenth street water tanks was insulGciont to
feed it, will bo at work again in a few
days, whon an ample supply of water can
be obtained from Mr. W. Trigg, who is
driving a three inch pipe, between forty
and fifty foot long, at his plaining mill on
The boys of tho Mayflower Fishing
club have begun preparations tor a grand
prolonged encampment near one of the
lakes in this county. ' An Ingeniously con
structcd table, which has the appearance,
when takon apart, of a wrecked clothes dry
er, but which can be1 transformed into a
long dining table, or a number of card ta
bios' at will; has been made to order am:
will be brought into requisition at the
club's next fishing excursion, which
will be in a weok or ten days.
Some time ago the city council set
aside five thousand dollaas to be used in
the erection of a city ' building for use by
tho officers of the city; but sinco then
nothing has been heard of tho project; it
soems to hare been swampod by tho many
other great undertakings that tho clfy has
under way. Tho necessity for a building in
which the city clerk can be comfortable and
where the chiof of police can establish his
headquarters and keep bis records is very
urgent, hence it is desimblo that the fire
thousand dollars set aside " for the ' site and
building be not pigeon-soled and forgot
ten. ; The East St. Louis Gazette says : "The
Caiko Bulletin indignantly denies, in
nearly a column article, that a pauper by
the name of Kinslow was shipped to this
city by the authorities of Cairo. Kinslow
said that such was the case; if not, then
M lied, that's aU. ' He's doad now and it
nukes little difference any way." Thus it
wpears that Ta BoUktw's supposition
true. Kinslow, 6t whatever his name
V made ; up pitiful tale in order to
jft sympathy of the authorities of
Bast Bt. LouU, neither thinking nor caring
that be was casting a reflection upon the
authorities of Cairo.
Gov. Hawkins, of Tennessee, has ad
dressed to tho governors of all 'tho ' lt's
and territories a circular .suggesting that
in tho cvont of ' he death of President
Garfield, proclamations be issued request
ing the suspension ot all secular busings
and tho general holding ot funeral and
memorial services upon a uniform day and
date. It is a suggestion which, should tho
occasion arise, will doubtless be acted upon
by the poople of tho entiro country.
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.
yesterday, (Washington time) wore as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 88; Cincinnati,
Ohm, 05; Davenport, Iowa, 87; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 83; Keokuk, lows, 85; LaCrosso,
Wis., 82; Leavenworth, Kas., 82; Louis
ville, Ky., 00; Memphis, Tenn., 04; Nash'
villo.Tenn., 04; Omaha, Neb., 83; Pitts
burg, Pa., 00; Shreveport, La., 88; St.
Louis, Mo., 91 ; St. Paul, Minn., 81 ; Vicks
burg, Miss., 95; North Platte, Neb., 91;
Yankton, Dak., 84; Dismarck, Dak,,;
Dodge City, Kan., 97.
It seems that District Attorney Cork
hill was accredited with a statement that
he did not make viz : that he had know!
edge ot a conspiracy to kill Gultcau by
low torture in tho event of the President s
death. What ho did say was that he is in
formed of the cxistenco of a 1 formidable
organization, the purposo of which is to
make sure that Guiteau shall not escape
punishment, and which ' docs notlntond
that ho shall ever be takon to an insane
asylum alive. Col. Corkhill adds: "I
don't believe a regiment of soldiers could
prevent them from accomplishing their
purpose," and he is probably right; tho in
sane dodgo will never work in Guitcau's
Nearly all the streets in tho city are
being tested severely by the dirt teams
which aro filling Railroad street. Tho
weather has probably something to do with
it, the continued cxtromo heat causing tho
road bed to crumble away like saw dust
under the heavy wheels of tho wagons. The
street crossings in various parts of thecity are
especially in need of repairs. Deep ruts
have been worn on either side ot some of
tho crossings, which makes driving through
the streets in buggies very disagreoable,
Whon the work on Railroad strcot is done
a number of tho teams could be used to
good advantago in repairing the damage
they did to the other streets.
Mr. John Welsh, who has been engin
eer at the Illinois Central car hoist for
some tiuio died, suddenly at his homo
on Twenty-seventh streot yesterday,
morning, at 6 :20 o'clock. He had not been
Bick at all, but had not boen well enough
to work for a day or two. YoBterday he
arose from bis bod, sat un a shrt ti nd
..unuu ins pipe; out suddenly lie arose and
started for tho door, whon his brother, see
ing that he was not ad right, stepped for
ward and caught him just as ho was about
to fall to the floor. He expired in bis broth
er's arms. He was about forty years of age
and had ' many friends 1 who will
mourn his unexpected ' demise. He will
probably be buried to day.
Monday evoning an accident happenod
to two reverend gontlemen who were tak
ing a drive in Father Mastorson's buggy.
They were driving lolsuroly down Walnut
street, and whon they bad reachod a point
just bolow 8oventh street,' where some very
irregular tilling had been done, the buggy
suddenly turned completely oyer, throwing
tho occupants out in the street,
badly scared, but ' fortunately, un
hurt, as the horse, being very gentle,
did not attempt to run away. But the
vehiclo was badly damaged. The single
troo, tho springs, and the top wore broken
and the wheels and some of the iron were
bent out of shape. ' Where street filling is
done in a manner that will endangor the
lives of persons in vehicles, those doing it
ought to have sense enough to bar tho streot
as a warning to tho public. (
A gigantic schomo to establish a new
city that shall rival Chicago has just come
to light. It appears that a powerful New
York syndicate has purchased twonty-Pvs
thousand acres within a radius of Bixty
square miles at the toot of Lake Michigan.
The object is to center a number of the
great railroads in this new city, which is to
be known as East Chicago, and build new
lumber yards, stock yards and va
rious other public institutions
to givo the city a boom from the start.
When it is known that such men as Gould,
Vanderbllt, Tilden and others are men
tioned in connection with the schomo, it
will not seem so unreasonable at first
sight. The purchaso of the land; etc.; has
been carried on vory secretly, but now
that it is all out, it Is likoly the schomo
will develop rapidly snd will soon , be laid
bare in all its gigantic proportions.
Monday afternoon's races at St. Mary's
park were witnessed by a large number of
citizens, in spitoofthe tact that there had
been of late so much dissappolntmont in
connection with the races. The horses were
all on hand and there was no backing out,
as there had been horetoforo. A great deal
of betting wu done in a quiet way, and the
money was very equally divided
tween all the horses. "Romeo," "Harry
mil," "Jule," aad Mr. Tat. FitagerekVs
horse, all gave evidence of having been well
prepared for the contest. Two' race were
run. The first, throe one-mile hosts, be
tween Mr. Robert Smyth's "Harry Hill"
and Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald's horse, resulted
in giving "Harry THU" tho first
heat; and Fitzgerald's ' horso
the second and third heats; timo, first two
heats, 3; third heat, 3:1. The race bo
tweon these two horses was one of the
handsomest ever run in tho park and elici
ted enthusiastic cheers from the assembled
crowd of spectators. The second race was
between tlm two best animals on the
ground, Mr. 'Bodkins' "Romeo" and Miflsrs.
Lippelt and O'nara's "Julia." The race,
two straight one mile bents, resulted in
giving "Romeo" the stakes, ho making the
first heat in 2 :63 and the second in 2:45.
Thus ended two of the prettiest races ever
run In Cairo.
A NKGItO STABBED.
About nine o'clock lat night a negro
named John Harrison was cut twice in the
abdomen by another negro named Verge
nays. 'The cutting was the result ot an al
tercation which began by Hays accusing
Harris of having passed bim without speak
ing to him. Harris denied this, saying
that ho had not Been Hays, wheroupon
Hays called Harris a d d ' lier1.
All this took place on Commercial avenue,
near Eleventh street, while they were walk
ing down towards Tenth street, and when
thoy reachod a point in front of Mr. Zim-
inernun's tailor shop, Hays drew his knife,
and inflicted tho wounds upon Harris. Har
ris managed to roach Dr. Gordon's office,
and laid down on the sidewalk there, until
the doctor came and dressed his wounds,
from ono of which the intestines were proi
truding. Dr. Gordon pronounced ene of the
cuts a very serious ono, which may provp
fatal in a vory short time.
Hums is a young man, has bcon employed
for some years as teamster by Mr. James
Robs and later by Messrs. Halliday Bros.
Ho was in their employ as teamster at the
time ho was cut. Ho is said to be good
natured enough nt times, but generally
a rather, quarrelsome follow, though-in
this caso he seems to have given no evi
dence of his mean nature.
Verge Hays, the negro who did tho cut
ting, is a steam boat roust-about, well
known among tho negroes generally as not
much if any better or worse tliau Harris
Ho is also a young man and lives ovor the
tailor shop aforesaid. ' He mkde his escape
right after tho cutting and though all the
officers wore out in search of him un
til a late hour last night, he had not been
caught at tho time of going to press.
A BAD CUT.
Yesterday morning a fight occurred in
Mr. Carroll's saloon at the corner of Twen
ty-eigbth street aud Commercial avenue,
between two men named Kelly and Bar
ney, during which the former cut a deep
gash in the lattcr's throat, which came
near being a fatal wound. Tho quarrel
wtich lead to tho fijrht bas a surprise to
all who knew the men, as thoy wore always
believed to be firm friends. During the
quarrel, the reason of which is not certain
ly known, Barney struck Kelly with a chair
and at this stage Mr. Carroll interfered
and caught Barney by the arm and held
him. Kelly took this opportunity to inflict
the wound on the loft side of Barney's
throat. The cut is about five inches long
and halt an inch deep
and bled copiously until Dr.
Sullivan sewed it up. After this had been
done Barney returned to the saloon and
proceeded to give Kelly a thorough thrash
ing, inflicting some ugly cuts with his fists
in Kelly's face and head, which be after
wards assisted in dressing.
CAIRO COOPERS STRIKE. (
All the cooper shops in the city, three in
number stopped operations yesterday fore
noon, in consequence of a strike on the
part of the coopers of whom
thero aro about ono hunder
altogether. The announcod object of the
striko is a raise of wagos, the demand be
ing an increase of two cunts for evory flour
barrel made, Tho proprietors of tho various
shops in the city are now all paying tho
same price, which is twelve and a half cent
a barrel, we believo. This, it is said, is all
that the proprietors can afford to pay, so
long as there is no increase in tho prico
paid for barrels in the mills. Tho coopers,
we woro told yestorday by the propriotor of
ono of the shops, acknowledge this and
therefore their rcal,covert objoct In striking
is to effect an lncroase in tho price paid for
barrels by the mills. Whether they will
succeed In this remains to he seen.
Mr. Newton M. Kent has resigned his
position in tho Western Union Telegraph
office in this city and has accepted a more
lucrative one in tho general office of the
company st Chicago. ' ; ' , ,
Mr. Samuel T. Redman has gone to Bt
Louis and accepted a position as bill clerk
in the commission house of Messrs.
" Miss Dolly Chock, of Villa Is in this city
risittog Misses Carson.
1 WASHINGTON DISPATCHES. ,
i ' Yesterday's dispatches are more hopoful
than thoso of the day before. The general
condition , of the president seoms
to be a- little bettor; but it
appears that his pulso has been
steadily on the increase sines Monday
morning. The bulletins aro as follows: ,
Washington, August 80, 8:30 a. m.
The president slept the greater part pf .the
night, waking at intervals and relishing
iquid .nourishment administered. His
general condition is about the same as at
this hour yesterday. Pulse 100, tempera-
ture 07 5-10, respiration 18.
Washington, August 30, 12:30 p. m.
Another small incision made in lower part
of swelling In face, was followed by free
discharge. Swelling is perceptibly smaller.
Pulse Is more frequent since morning.
Pulse 110, temperature 08 9-10, respira
tion 18. -
About 80,000 in gold were slipped from
Havro, for New York Saturday.
A large area of woodland near Mcad-
villo, Pa., has been on fire for several days,
and can only be checked by rain.
Maud S. will not make an attempt at
Harttord to beat hor Rochester record,
but left for the west Monday morning.
An improvement in tho weather in Great
Britain inspires tho harveetmen with some
On the fiftieth ballot, the republicans of
Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, New
York, nominated Norman M. Allen to suc
ceed Lorcn B. Sessions as state sonator.
The temperance people of Indiana, aided
by Neal Dow and Governor St. John, aro
making an earnest effort to capture the
next legislature and force the submission ol
a prohibitory amendment to the people.
Three hundred Germans of Leavenworth
met Sunday and resolved to place men at
every poll to work against the prohibition
The second congress 6f the German Chess
club opened at Berlin with 130 players.
Blackburn, of London, and Mason, of New
York, and tho Paulsen brothers, aro in at
Otway B. Zautxinger, a young merchant
of Baltimore, a nephew of Mrs. Admiral
Farragnt, has been arrested and sent to St.
Louis, for obtainicg under false pretences
$7,000 worth of flour.
It has finally been decided that tho Illi
nois firemen's tournament shall be held , at
Quincy on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
Hitting Bull and one hundred and eighty
four of his band aro still located near Fort
Yatos, and a guard is regularly detailed for
duty at his camp.
Indians are said to have attacked the
town of Eureka; New Mexico, on Friday,
and massacred all the citizens, some seven
ty in number.
Near Qrecncastle, lad., a spark from a
locomotive ignited fivo hundred acres of
grass, and it required the labor of three
hundred citizens to subdue the flames.
Tho county officers of Carrolton, Mo,
hare for several days boen engaged in a
vain hunt tor the masked mn who roobed
the transfer 'bus near Lexington.
The city of Bloomington, 111., is expend
ing $20,000 in fitting up the fair ground,
for the soldiers' and sailors' reunion, which
commences on Wednesday of next week,
About tour thousaud men of tho state mili
tia have been ordered in camp to partici
pate. The Lady of the Lake steamed out from
Fortress Monroe, Saturday, in the tooth of
a violent hurricane, with troops to reinforce
the jail 'guard at Washington.' General
Avers, in command at the arsenal, states
that he can concentrate a thousand regulars
around Guitcau's prison on a half-hour's
notico, and will sternly protect the assassin
from a lynching paity.
The exports engagod in investigating the
books of W. H. Larrabeo, formerly school
treasurer of Lake View, III., find a shortage
in his accounts of $25,000, but have also
discovered that ho failed to credit himself
with $7,000 which he had disbursed. The
search is still in progress, and Mr. Larra
beo avows his roadincss to pay up when
ever tho amount due shall be ascertained.
In effecting an arrest, police officer D
MoCreay, of York, Pa., had the .misfortune
to sprain his wrist so badly that it swelled
up and bocamo very sore, rendering him un
able to u it. Before retiring he applied
St. Jacobs Oil according to directions, and
in tns morning all soreness was removed.
' Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y writes:""!
have used Burdock Blood Bitters lor nerv
ouaand bilious headaches, and haverocom
mended thorn to mv friends; I , believe
them suporior to any other medicine I have
used, and can rceommona mom 10 one re
quiring a cure for biliousness." Price 1.00,
trial size 10 cents. , rani u. ocnun, Ajent.
Pnhllfl BotlMi Is hflrohy glvnn that on th 2tHh
day at Hapumbar, A, D. 1SU, t Hprlncflell, III.,
ta application wiu n mine in iu uoaorioni
bf M. Cullcm, gotnrnnr ofthenUU of Illnnli
to hav the itntnncitf lmM K. MoLonshr) who
attbaJnlrtcrm, A. D. J87S,of tba Aleiander ann-
lr circuit coin wiMomeiicoa w ma paniiamary
t Jollol, III., for tha term of twnlra jraart. tr tha
ofTnnia of hnrirlary, eomwutad. Whan and rhara
an? pnrnon oppnuea to aaia ooimnaiauon. iw ap
pear snd roilit aald application If ha aaas fltio to
- Bated this 9fth day of Angiiat, A . D. 1881. ' "
JAMIH K, McLOUOIUY,
By ANGUS LBKK.
pn. e. w. wniTLocz, ,.,
Deatal Surgeon. , j ,
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tinn-Mii 1M flnmmamlal AvaaDt kSVSSS
ighta and Ninth Mraau .
J)RW. O. JOCELTN,
rl two btki Dim tail ta mii.ii... m l- r..j
for ta.dollM.: Apply a,tB7inoi: U
r-Oponod Julyl, 1881.-
rilONTI ON LKVtl, mtONU AND 1UILBOAD STRgSTH.
VA new and complote Hotel, with elevator,
batba aud all modern improvemeuta.
Terme i.tO to $1,30 pet dity, according to loca
tion of room.
L. P. PAKKKH &c CO.. Leasee.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE .keSifl STATES.
On and after Mondsy, June 7th, and nntll tnrtber
notloe taeferryboat will make trips aa followe:
L1ATII LIATIS LIATSS
Foet Fourth at. Mlmourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 6:80 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:80 a.m. 11a.m.
8:00p.m. 8:80 p. na. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 5;00 p. m.
j p.m. 3:80 p.m. 8 p. m
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street.
H. WELL. CMhler.
T. J. KEltTH, AaaUtant Caahlur.
F. Brow, Cairo; William Klnee.Ciilro;
Peter Ned. Cairo: William Wolf, Cairo:
K. A. Buder, Cairo: J.Y.Clemton, Caledouiad
u. wens, uairo.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS nnwir
XX Exchange aold and bought. Intureat paid In)
tha bavlDK Department i Collection) made and
an uubiuoiw pruiupuy. aiieoaea to.
THE IO KING!
Raadynow.tn furalahand delWor ICE In an'
quantity noto wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PEICES.
I rospoctflilly aoliclt the patronapn of all my ol
friende and aa many new ones, and guarantee thai
atlefactlon. JACOB KLEE.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
gTOVES! STOVES I!
AIL 80STS, .SIZES AND STYLES
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' Mannfaoiuror ot snd Dealer in ,
TIN, COPPER A SHEET-IRON WARI
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER
NO. 87 EIGHTH STREET,
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