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OttWlAL PAP8 OF CITT AND COUNT?
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tu thlo column, v1nt cunts per line for
trrtsud Ave couu por line racb ubwquent wtor-
u,.n. K..r qua wuk. 30 cent nor lino, r or ouo
Diuuih, 00 coon pr lino.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street God day hoard at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient board
ers. . Mua. Phil K. Howard.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured Aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Two story brick house ou 20th street. The
key can be found at iMr. w uitaner s in me
Court-Houso Hotel next dour.
8t. Jacou Klixe.
Fob Rent. Cottage on lGth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Uclletis buildiug.
Two or three good, steady and indus
trious boys to learn the machinist trado.
None need applj unless willing to bind
themselves for four years with the consent
of their parents to learu the- trade. Also
one or two to learn the moulding trade.
Aply to J. B. Reed, Cairo, Ills. lw.
Having built a now oven of large capaci
ty, I have now recommenced baking bread
ot all kinds, which can bo had fresh every
dry at my place of business, the Union
Bakery, on Commercial avenue below Sixth
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attOet. 1W. X UASK lYKAlttX.
ICE1 ICE 11
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Leveo, my
ice house and office is at present at tho
City Brewery, tin Washington avenue, he
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
For Kent Dwelling.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth 6trcet
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to me on
the premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio leveo
drug Btorc. Jab. 8. Reaudkn.
3 08,000 Brick for Sale.
I have now in my brick yard ready for
dohvery three hundred thousand brick, and
will have plenty to fill all orders during
the summer. Jacob klink.
Room., furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of The Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
UscTbeCaiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
tnanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, ut the office. No. 3 and
I. five and ten cunts each by tho single ouo,
by tho dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
, Notice fj Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ico to all parts of tho city. I
havo also an ice bos on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
loess is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and caret ul attention.
Geo. W. Si'E.nce.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some cnterprbeing man
In Tue bulletin Building, which is now
offered for salo on easy terms, ftng time
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x150 and a
two story 10 x 45. IIs a froutiigo of 50
footon Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 story building
will be sold with ,it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Blooin
A promin nt gentleman in Cerro Gordo
County, Iowa, writes us that ho finds Kid-
Bey-Wort to be the best remedy he ever
knew for a complication of diseases It is
the specific action which it has on the liver.
ianeys ami Dowels, which inves it such
curative power, ami it is tho thousands of
euros which it is performing which givus it
its great ceienrity. Liquid, (very concen
trated) or dry, both net efficiently.--N.H.
Journal and Courier.
To all who are suffering trom the errors
and indiscretions of youth, uervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. This great remedy wnu discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a solf addressed envelope to tho Rev.
. Joseph T. Inman, Station I), New York
It Heads the List
. of all other preparations or medicines. In
; cases of nausea, headache, dizziness or ir.
; rwrularitieH of the system, Burdock Blood
Bitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. Trice (1,00.
. ' PftUlO.Bchuh, Aent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notleoi In Ihew oommns, to ecnU p Una,
cb Inmrtluo. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Wanted to rent, a cottage in good loca
tion apply with terms to Bulletin office.
Jaccb Klino advertises in another col
umn a kiln of his fine brick ready for
Tho Mystic Krow is completing ar
rangements to give a Lawn May party at
its hall Thursday tho 25th instant.
Mr. Jacob Kleo has oponod his ico do
pot at tho City Brewery, between Eighth
and Ninth street, and asks his customers to
come" and sec him there.
Mr. Thomas Sproat is havimj a large
ico box put up in tho store of Mr. W. M.
Cundiff, on Eighth street.
A force of men is at work on tho St.
James hotol, repairing tho dainago dono to
it by tho lato firo. The work to bo dono is
mostly glazing and painting.
Mouldings aud picture frames atJoff
Miss Maud Burnett went to Dixon
Springs yesterday morning for a fow weeks
visit. The Springs will ueopen on iuo mi
of Juno, and a great many rooms are al
ready engaged for that date.
"Gertrude." in another column, com
plain of an evil which prevails mora or
less in every city and against which the au
thorities are, to some extent, powerless. But
it is an evil of no mean proportions and is
deserving of special attention from officers.
Monday and Tuesday the St. Louis &
Cairo railroad trains were cut off from the
city by high water, and passenger trains
stopped above the city somewhere. To
day, it is thought, they will be able to run
into tho city again as usual.
In tho circuit court yesterday tho case
of the negro Leo Smith, who stole a quantity
of butter and eggs from Mr. J. L. Alden
some time ago, was up for trial and oc
cupied tho entire day. The case will be
concluded to day.
It has boon definitely decided that the
entertainment ol tho ladies of tho Episcopal
church, given at ITartman's hall last week,
shall be repeated at the Opera Houso about
tho 1st of June, tho proceeds to be tendered
to tho Cairo Public Library. The nature
and manner of the entortainmcnt and the
object sought to bo attained, will doubtless
insure a large attendance.
Three new cases of variolaid wero
taken charge of by the authorities yesterday
and conveyed to tho city hospital. Two of
them broke out in a frame building, situa
ted in tho infected districts on Poplar street.
Tho other was a woman who had recently
removed from tho infected district to Syca
more strcot, where tho disease broke out on
her. They are all negroes.
Threo general assemblies of as many
lifferent branches of tho Presbyterian
church, meet in different parts of the coun
try on tho same day this week, viz : tho Pres
byterian general assembly (northern) in
Springfield, III.; tho southern general as
sembly at Atlanta, Ga.; and that of tho
Cumberland Tresbyterian church at Hunts
villo, Ala., all on Thursday, May 18. A
fourth tho United Presbyterian assembly
commences its session at Monmouth, in
this state, on Wednesday, May 24.
Brainard's Musical World is tho oldest
and most successful musical magazine in
tho country, having been published regu
larly for nearly twenty years, on tho first of
every month. It improves with ago aud wo
do not seo how any ono interested in music
can afford to do without it. Send 15 cents
for sample copy, or $1.50 for tho World ono
year and you will not regret it. Address tho
publishers, S. Brainard's Sons, Chicago, 111.
who will also mail their complelo catalogue
of 20,000 musical publications free on ap
Tho republican congressional conven
tion will bo held in this city, if the views ex
pressed upon this subject by tho press ol
tho district are heeded. Tho Massac Jour
nal says : "The Anna Advocate favors An
na as tho place to hold tho Congressional
Convcuti0. Other, and wo believo the
more universal expressions, are for Cairo.
Cairo is certaluly tho best placo in tho dis
trict, because it is easily access
ible by river and rail from
every county in the district, has am
ple hotel accommodations, and has no can
didate in her county, which must also bo
considered. By all means let tho conven
tion bo held at Cairo."
A case of apparent desertion has do-
veloped at St. Mary's hospital in last day or
two. Ou Saturday a woman, sooruincly in
great trouble, caiuo to the hospital bring
ing with her a little, bloud-hairod, bluo-
eyed baby girl, fourteen months old. Sho
left the child and tho hospital, Monday
evening, without a word to tho Sisters,
leaving pinned to tho ono poor suit of child's
clothing the following note : "Dear Sisters
I am in great trouble ; tako caro of this
baby; I havo a placo but cannot keep tho
child with mo." Thero is no clue as to
where sho was going or what she will do,
or that sho will ever return, and thus the
little wait is left among strangers with
nothing contributed for its future support
Few reports are yet at hand regarding
tho effect upon tho corn prospects of tho
ptotraclod rains of last week, but trom tho
OAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1882.
information received it appears that the
wet and cold weather was very damaging
to corn already planted, and that there is
danger that tho kernel will rot in tho
ground and necessitate replanting. Tho
bright sun and brisk breezes which fol
lowed .tho cold rain will rapidly dry the
surfaco of tho earth, but until warmer
weather sets in the advunco of vogetution
will bo quite Blow. Some compensation
for tho dismal weather of tho past few days
is found in the fact that tho chinch-bugs
havo been very generally drowned and
frozen out, so that tho conditions that were
unfavorable to corn will probably prove a
benefit to tho winter wheat crop.
Magistrate Comings contemplates the
organization of a stock company, whoso ob
ject it shall bo to establish a largo dairy
aud cheese factory in this county.
Tho schemo could cortaiDly be
successfully carried out if tho right
kind of men tako hold of it.
By tolerably closo calculation it has been
ascertained that Cairo sends at least fivo
hundred dollars daily to tho largo dairies
of northern Illinois and Wisconsin, and no
good reason can bo offorod why much the
greater share of this sum
should not bo retained in
Alexander county by a dairy capable of
competing with theso northern institutions
in the manufacture of pure, fino butter.
Evon now, fino diary butter sells at forty
cents per pound, and crcamory at fifty cents.
Dealers paying from thirty-three to forty
cents for it by the package
Several gcntlemon of moans contem
plate tho establishmant in this rity of an
exclusively wholesale grocery houso and
running it on a 6cale equal to any establish
ment in the larger citios. Cairo's situation,
her shipping and receiving facilities, havo
commended her to these men, and they
have full confidence in their ability to
mako an establishment, such as they pro
pose, pay well. Freights trom New
York to Cairo nro just as
low as from New York to St.
Louis, and Cairo's shipping facilities
to tho 6onth are superior to those of St.
Louis, because she is uever cut off by low
water. The lots nested by the late
firo is suggested as a splendid location for a
business of this kind; it would be a good
location for a business of any kind, and a
good building or a . series of good build
ings erected there would find immediate
A case of some importance was up for
trial in the court of Magistrate Comings
yesterday. A negress named Louisa Bur
ton and her husband were under arrest for
stealing a variety of articles from a variety
of places. The woman had boen in Mrs.
S. Williamson's millinery establishment in
tho morning, attempting to sell a pieco of
fino satin containing twelve yards, and,
while there, was detected by Mrs. William
son in tho act of "lifting" a bolt of fine silk
ribbon, worth about seven and a half dol
lars. Mrs. Williamson notified Mr. John
McNulty who arrested tho woman. In
searching tho homo which is on Eleventh
street, next to tho city jail, tho officers
found several now clocks and also several
fine silk dresses, Bomo of which the woman
had also offered to sell. Though it is
known that all these things have been
stolen, no cluo to tho owners could yester
day bo obtained, and tho preliminary ex
amination was postponed a day or two to
await further dovelopements. It is cvideut
that tho Burton family has been guilty of a
system of Bhop-lifting ami perhaps more
violent stealing, and they are both in jail
A total eclipse of tho sun is to take
placo to day, tho 17th inBtant. Tho New
York Herald gives tho following interest
ing information relative to this astronomi
cal event: "Tho activity now noticed on
the solar surfaco lends peculiar interest to
tho occurrence on tho seventeenth of this
month of a total solar eclipse. In tho
eclipse of 1874 the sun was in a state of
quiescence, but tho astronomers who have
made arrangements to view tho coming
phenomenon will have a fine opportunity
to study Bpectroscopically tho red promi
nences und corona. Tho path of tho total
eclipse, or of the central lino is over Asia
and Central Africa, in a direction from west-
southwest to east-northeast, ami tho phono
menon of total obscuration will be best vis
iblo at Teheran and on tho Nile about t
hundred miles north of Thebes whero at
thin season tho probabilities favor clear and
cloudless skies and tho period during
which tho moon entirely covers the sun will
bo about soyouty-t wo seconds. On tho 1 Oth
ult., an Erglish expedition, under Mr,
Lockyer and Dr. Schuster, started for
tho Nile station, fully cquippod, under
the auspices of tho royal society, to obtain
photographic and spectroscopic observa
tions of tho important eclipse. Though not
visible to us, it will bq mien as a total or
partial eelipso over mort of Europe, Asia
and Africa, aud thoro is good reason to ox
pect some valuablo results fiom tho obsor
vatlons. The total solar eclipse of 1808 ovr
India marked a now era in tho study of the
sun's atmosphere. Tbo usual duration of
the total obscuration being nearly six mln
utes, gavo time for socuriug photographs
and subjecting the protuberances to spoo
trosccpio examination, which revealed tho
'bright lines"charactoristic ol lucr aduacuut
gases, Total solar eclipses aro rare, but tho
observations of every ono siucu 1808 havo
greatly augmentod tho knowledge of tho
sun's constitution, so that astronomers aro
now prepared to attack tho groat problem at
now points and with unprecedented pros
pects of success."
The long-Luired man who attracted
somo attention on the streets of the city
yesterday, is tho renowned philosopher
James Nutson, who is traveling all' over tho
country (much . to tho distress
of his boots and the public),
delivering lectures upon Truth generally,
and upon the causes and forces underlying
the lato (t) unpleasantness particularly.
Ho came hero yesterday from Fulton, Ky.,
whero he had "large and enthusiastic" au
diences every night (after he retired. That
is, his downy couch was "full of 'em"). He
comes hero "to vindicato himself and
friends, who have been under a mysterious
bau for twenty uino years, four months and
fifteen days." Ho says ho will vindicato
himself at temperance hull Monday night,
and charge his wouldbo auditors "a small
fee" for ullowin him to do so. Mr. Nat
son, (he calls himself "J. N." for short),
recognizes the fact that a lecturer as well
us a candidate, al lays needs the support of
the best newspapers in order to be success
ful; therefore, ho called on The Bulletin
first thing after his arrival yesterday even
ing. After mildly scoring The Bulletin
for not noticing his several letters request
ing au announcement of His intended visit,
ho dictated tho following: "J. N. called
on us yesterday evening, and thus said:
See that all understand that I am honored
with an audience next Monday, 22d, at
temperance hall. I will attempt to reason
away the force which has enshroudod my
friends and self for lot theso many years.
J. N. will not urgo. lie prefers to allow
tho people to fully reflect ou his truths bo
fore he asks them to assemble or be recog
nized by the press."
A GOLDEN CHALLENGE.
" To base ball players of Cairo: Having
organized a club, wo will play any picked
nine a match game of base ball on next
Sunday attei noon at 3 o'clock, on ground
near Twenty-eighth street and Commercial
avenue. David J. O'Connell, Captain.
Address F. Stophlet, Secretary New
York Store nine.
A dispatch recieved by Mrs. James IJiggs
yesterday states that Mink Mayfield, the
murderer of Mr. James Biggs, was captured
a day or two ago by tho sheriff at El Paso,
Texas. Mayfield was arrested in connec
tion with another fellow fr some offence
against the law there, and it ws subse
quently learned that he was wanted here
for the serious crime of murder. It the
dispatch speaks truly it is likely th:it he
will soon be on his way here.
SALE OF THOROU1I-BREDS.
On the 29th of April last, two thousand
persons attended the sale of thorough
bred yearling colts and fillies at Gen. Hard
ing's breeding establishment, near Nash
Thirty-seven yearling colts aud fillies by
the celebrated horees,Enquirer and Great
Tom, realized an aggregate of $33,355.
Average price of $031, and prices ranging
from $300 to $4,400. "
With theso facts and prices before us,
who can say that it des not pRy to raie
gix)d Btock f Would it not pay tho horse
raisers and farmers in general in Southern
Illinois to pay more attention to the quality
of tho horses they are raising?
A 13 AD AFFAIR.
Mrs. Hutchinson, wife of Captain Jerry
Hutchinson, mail agent on the Memphis and
St. Louis packets, arrived at the Halliday
yesterday to await the remains of her hus
band who was killed at Trinify, Li., by one
of the Atkinson brothers who are under
sentence to bo hung for killing a woman
and child in Missouri not far from hero. A
reward was offered for their
recapture and Captain Hutchinson, learn
ing of their, whereabouts, reaolved
to capture tiicru and earn tho reward
Ho had obtained a letter written by one of
the Atkinson men sincethcirescapo.andhad
also obtained a letter written by tho same
ouo before his escape, thus proving conclu
sivoly that tho writer of the first letter was
tho man wanted.
Ho passed through hero somo days ago.
having tho uecessury hand cud's, etc., and
in conversation with Mr. Wright, of The
Halliday, expressed the greatest confidence
in his ability to capture tho fugitives with
out much trouble; but his, hopes wero not
realized. His remains are expected to ur
rivo hero to day orto-niorrow.
A BEAUTIFUL PRESENT.
A largo chest arrived from Boston by ex
press yesterday, containing tho lifo size
busts of George Washington and Abruhum
Lincoln, sent by Mrs. A. B. Safford tor tho
Odd Fellows Lodgo in this city. They
were taken out of the case in which they had
buen packed with great caro and "unveiled'
in the office of Mr. II. II. Candee, whero a
number of gentlemen called to see and ad
miro them. They are rare specimens of
art; for every line, every feature, is perfect
80 true to nature aro they ; so lifo-liko is the
expression of mouth ami eye, that, in gaz
ing upon them, one is almost fascinated by
them andean imagiuu himself con f route
with tho real instead of the artificial forms
of theso two groat tnou. They aro com
posed of plastsr of parts, und aro formed
to stand upon a pedestal against tho wall.
Washington's is two feet six inches, and
Lincoln's, two foot eight inches in height;
Washington's hair is smoothly tied back in
a knot; each has a mantle thrown cureless-
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW RATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise wo buy to Btipply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and aro prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We aro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always ou tho lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantngo of these opportunities that we do from time to timo,
imino such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance wo are selling MiJ'l'escx
Blue Fluniwl Suit, each suft bears tho ticket with full name Middlesex Co. if 10.00. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $9.50, worth $15.00. A voy nob.
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12 50, worth $19.00. We do not sell goods lor less tlun cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that we mako a small profit on everything wo all, for
that priuciple by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still kecj store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and seo our goods. You will not bo imprtancd
J. BTJRG3SR & I3HO!
A.t Palaco Clothing I-Iousc,
108 Commercial A.venxo.
ly, but in graceliil folds about his shoulders,
adding to tho dignity of appearance ex
pressed in feature and form. It is certainly
a beautiful gift, and will bo highly ap
preciated by the lodge.
It is tlie intention to have a pair of hand
some pedestals made, placo the busts upon
them in appropriate and conspicuous places
in the hall, and at an appointed time, not
far off, to tender Mrs. Safford a brilliant
reception such as the O ld Fellows are noted
forgiving and to formally acknowledge the
receipt of the gift. Mrs. Safford is now out
of tho city, but is expected to be here with
in a week or ten days.
Y'our paper claims to bo, and I am Bure
is, tho only moral paper ol our city. You
havo on numerals occasions warned the
youth of our city from the many dangers
that threaten them. You have been so
honest as to tell us in what houses was the
lreadful small pox (but for that informa
tion I do not feel much obliged, because I
have been vaccinated), and whero were the
id holes in the sidewalks; nnd for all
these favars, we, girls of the high school,
feel very grateful.
But do you know, Mr. Thielecke, that to
us, girls, there is a greater annoyanco than
small-pox, sipe water or broken sidewalks
which we all pass daily on our way to
I hardly know what to call him. One of
the girls suggests the name of "masher."
I di.n't know what that means, but I do
know that I feel indignant. Just a little
while ago I passed him; ho was in front of
a saloon, and thero ho eat on a beer-keg,
with his little, old, silk cap drawn down
over his little forehead, with his two little
hands crossed over his two little knees,
craning his little neck to look at poor little
me as I went to school. Oughl He did
the very Biime act yesterday, but as I ro
turned from school, I did not sec him. He
miht have had a straw and got the balance
of the beer out of tho keg upon which ho
waq Bitting, and had to go homo to recover
I am almost sure that all the girls in my
room will aree with me iu saying that
while the sidewalks are in very bad order;
that it is dangerous to go near the small
pox (I am all right, I have been vaccinated),
and that our semi annual blessing of sipe
water is increasing, thero aro other and
greater troubles for us poor girls. Why
can't wo go to school without being annoy
ed by these fellows, generally known as
"masher3"stanng us out of countenance and
making of themselves general nuisances?
I havo spoken to our professor abeutit,
but ho don'tjseem to "catch ou." Our chief,
Mr. Myers, is too far down town to call
upon, and as wo can get no relief from
these sources, wo will, in desperation, at
last havo to call upon Mr. Hodge, our
sheriff, or Mr. Fitzgerald, our coroner, who,
if wo don't soon get relief, will be called
upon to act in his official capacity.
Dono ola, May, 8th, 1882.
Planting the crop for the season of 1882
is now ono of the past events in those ends
of tho earth. Venting spleen on pestifer
ous worms, and insects is now tho ruling
with a good many. ' Tho everlasting cut
worm receiving tho larger portion. Peo
plo in this ago with all their boasted acu
men, are very slow to learn somo things,
specially those connected with tho moon
us regards the right timo to plant the seed
Many of our gardeners aro loud in their
anathemas ugainBt tho innocent cut-worm
just as if it was not a pleusuro and profit
to tho worm to cut tho tender been, etc
Ask them what timo in tho moon they
planted, and tho answer is "0 1 I don'
kuow, I dou't go by any moon signs."
Fruit trees that blossomed in tho wrong
timo of tho moon aro being preyed upon by
millions of insects, and among our own
plums we see abnormal conditions both in
fruit and foliage. Tho lusus, spoken of by
"Mrs. D. Croon," among her pltms, is cer
tainly caused by tho bloom coming out in
tho wrong timo of tho moon. If "Mrs. D
Green" lias any idea that thoso poo? aro
protoplasms from which boys my be
evolved she will be disappointed. They
will soon fall off and she will not fiid any
5-yoar-old boys. Our garden, as vdl as
many others, has caught fits from torms,
all because wo niado a moon mistake. Ona
thing we are glad of and that is Mrs Trim
is not tho woman that evt-r yet sail, ul
told you so," Some people don't hlieve
In uioon 6igns at all, but tho most o- on
Hurried ladies can seo a man in tho moon
and will walk clear bayond all the ihade
tree3 in tho yard to ka'ep from Si-ei nr tho
new nioon through brush. Don't know
whether it is because of tho legend tint tho
man was sent to the moon for burning trush
on Sunday or not. Somo people think the
moon has nothing to do with the enrlli at
all, except to give it a few moon light nghta
each niouth, and they say it borrows that
ightof the sun. somo peoplo accuse the
moon of drawing up tho ends of
boards on buildings, henco they will not
roof a building without consulting the
moon. In conclusion ou this moon suVject
we give it as our opinion that tho thior
mal condition of "Mrs. D. Green's"' plains
was brought about by, perhaps, too n.uch
moon shine at time of blooming Squire
'Pie eater" has made some "coffee money."
He fined the "Dongola Mogul" ten dollars
and trimmings for showing his prowets as
a nose masher on a "dead drunk" man.
Tho spring fights in Dongola have boen but
few on account that the old kuklux element
have had their day and the five cent cigars
and whisky are ceasing to be tho unknown
quantity in ouf elections. So far as we are
advised John R. Thomas is the rhoice of
tho Republicans for member to congress.
If our Democratic brethren should beat US
in the coming contest, we hope it will bo
done with Mr. Hartzell, as he has besn there
and has experience.
All our mercantile men in Dongola ap
pear to bo doing well.
Strawberries, gooseberries and pie-plant
aro on our market, and everybody is living
Neibauer, Davis & Poor making tho
best of flour, while Uncle Abe Miecuheiroer
& Sons havo opened an immense store ol
dry goods, boots and shoes, in short every
thing of the useful. Como everybody to
Dongola and get rich. Old Tniit.
V.'a oluctod by a majority of tun thounand rtos
- -to bo tbu Unest ic. cigar In tbo murkut.
QITY MAIHIUI. N0TICK.
All pomoni are notified that from thl dto 11
horsui, niulu", and boar hug rnnulug at la. rc eon
trarr to law will bo impounded and th ownors
proucutcd according to law. ryyonr dou tax.
li. 11. fly KU3, C1TV MAKHUAIi.
May 11th less
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
i-1 STEAM FORGE
Vulcan Iron" Wouks
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIUO. HIS.
JOHN T. ItENNIE.
HAVING oatahllxhed work! at tbo abovo men
llonud placo la bottiT prnpaied tbnn tivcr for
lufactaritiR Bttni hhruioh ana mill nuciiinnry
nvlnir HUwm Humnmr and amnio Tools, tlx
manufacturing of all kind of Maclilnnry, Knllroad,
HavlnK a auiain iianiDmr ami niniiio iooipi, mo
Btcutnboai ana iinua mi-puga maua a upticnutf.
KHpociai auonuon givim 10 repairs oi jtnuinui
Hrai Cartings of all ktnpa niado to ordof .
ripe Fitting In all Ul brancboa.