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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, ihh2.
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OFlOiAL PAPSR OF CITT AND COUNTY
Wear, authorial to anneunca that K. A. I).
W1LHANKS, of J.fforaoo county, Is candidal!)
for Uork uftlin Appillate Court iu th Koiirlh
DiTtKlonof IIMnoL. tunjactto Ilia dcllon of
ctareotion ofttm Duroocrallc puny
Wa r aHhorluad to auuntinre the tiamu of
WALTBK WAKUKK a eaudtdate fur too ofHco
of County Judge of Alexaailor County.
V r iitliorUd to annoum o Juatlra JOHN
II. ROHISHOM a an ludciiidnnt ratidldHlo lor
County JndB at tho cointuij Novemuur elticllon.
Wears authorized to annoim'. Mr. MILKS V.
PAKKttll at an Indcpundont candidate for troa
nror of Abxaudur county at tan coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notifw tu tnia eoMniD. digit eunm p lino for
Arm and Ova csnti tier litis each nulmequtmt luaer
tion. For one week. SOconti per line. For olio
li.onth, 0 cenui put lino.
at DeBauns 50 Ohio Lcveo.
Out of the firo, cor. of Sth aud Leveu, my
icehouse aud olBco ia at .present it tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, "e
twoeu 8tU and 0th streets. Orders will bo
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBauns 0(3 Ohio Levee,
Fair and Festival.
A fair aud festival for the benefit of the
Loretto Academy will be held in Old Re
form Hall August 21) th JlOtli and 31st.
Those who have promised donations are re
quested to bear this in mind. Citizens gener
ally are solicited to take tickets and assist
in a good cause.
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to know Unit this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
couditiou than before the fire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for thu hungry, flue- liquors tor the
thirsty, ia the rule. Give him a call, tf
in market at DcBatins Ml Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
Bulu avM rail in tiiilfifu tt ult tin, iiri iui 1111 1
summer resorts in Wiscouniu, ' Iowa, Miu
nenota aud Michigan; also, Deuver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara' Kails. Hates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
qo to DeBauus 5U Ohio levee.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
at DeBauns 5i Ohio levee.
Hoceipt books, Cairo date liue, perfora
ted stub, auited to auy business, mauufac
turod aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Snroat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumets of iou are notified that for
their convenience I have built u large Ice
bos on Eighth street in Cuudilf's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customer will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same aa by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perfoiated
aciatch book, made of calendered jute
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, ia three sizes, at the ofiiee. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cent each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
"Female complaints" are the result of
impure blood. Use "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Bucklcn'8 Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in thu world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cunts pr box. For sale by Geo. E
An effective, inudiciuo for kidney dis
eases, low fevers and nervous prostration,
and well worthy of atrial, in Brown's Iron
Thk irrcat value of Mrs. Lvdia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound tor all diseases
ot women is demonstrated by every day
experience. The writer of this had oc
casion to tttep into the principal 1'haruiacy
of a city of 140,000 inhabitants, aud on in
quiry as to which is the most popular
proprietary medieiuu of the time, v.a an
swered, that Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable
lompuund occupies a moat conspicuous
place in tiiH iront rank ol all the remedies
ot this class now before the public. -rJour
Tbosk who prepare Hops aud Malt Bit
tors, make no secret of its ingredients,
but publish them on every bottle. Medi
car authorities say that these remedies are
til tbst are claimed tor them for the cure
of Dyspepsia, Debility, indigeition, Con
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn thaie commna, ton cents per line,
lach Insertion. Marked
Win. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Mr. Louis Ileibcrt is very sick with
Mr. Angus Leek, who has suffered for
about a week with typhoid malaria, was
out again yesterday.
A party of strangers from the steamer
Vint Shinklo made a tour of the city yes
"Grand father's clock," they sing
about, can be seen at John A. Mille r's
jewelry store. 2t.
A meeting ot thu committee appointed
by Mayor Thistlewood to consider thu
water works question will be held at the
council chamber on Friday night.
. A couple ot mules were impounded in
the city found yesterday, about to-morrow
some one will accusu the officers of over
efficiency. Many citizens aru already laying in
their stock of lire wood for the winter
which, according to Venor, is to begin im
mediately. Mr. John Kouhler has returned from
his visit north and is much improved in
health. He is engaged in perfecting the
preliminaries for his new business.
Miss Annie Hunter, well known to
many in Cairo, was married Tuesday eve.,
at her homo near Morley, Mo., to Mr.
McPheters, county clerk of Scott county.
TheofficeofMr.il. II. Milburn iu
the general office building of the Iron
Mouutain railroad company is being neatly
repaptred and ornamented under the direc
tion of Mr Jeff. M. Clark.
Tho successor to Father Mastersou in
the pulpit of St. Patrick's catholic church
has arrived in the person of Father Mm
phy, who is an intelligent gentleman and
is rapidly making friends.
Capt. Mark Cole, who is in charge
of the Government works on the Ohio &
Mississippi rivers, was in the city yesterday
on business and circulating among his
Col. J. W. Paramore and wife, of
St. Louis, were r uosts at tho Halliday yes
terday. Tho Col. is here on business con
nected with his railroad, the Texas & Cairo
Constable John llogan arrested a
man named Wright in Paducah yesterday,
upon the charge of having Btolen cows and
sold them to butchers iu this city. The
prisoner was lodged iu jail here yesterday.
After a pleasant aiTd healthful trip
north., Miss Llewellyn Eraser returned to
the city Sunday, and has resumed her du
ties, as cashier and book-keeper iu the
business houses of Messrs. GoldstinoJ &
Mr. Itosenwater, of the firm of Gold
stine & Itosenwater, returned Monday from
his eastern business tour, lie bought a
great variety aud large quantities of goods
which aru even now arriving indaily install
ments. Go to Win. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills, tf
The entrance to Tub Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Commencing Sept. 1st, Fred Oerni
gon's prices will be reduced to 10 cents for
shave, 25 cents for shampoo, and 23 cents
for hair-cut. Shop on Cth, between Wash
ington and Commercial. ;it
-The many lricnds here of Mr. Justus
K. Cunningham will bo pleased to learn
that he baa returned to his lirst love, steam
boat cooking, with which he is as familiar
as any first-class cook need be. He ia
head cook on the steamer My Choice, and
is now on his way to New Orleaua.
The gross earnings of the Illinois Cen-
railroad company for tho wuekendiug Aug.
23, 1882, were as follows: Freight, $138,
000. passengers, f 14,377; miscellaneous,
127,700, total, 210, 097. Tho gross earn
ing for tho corresponding period last year
-A delegation of the Grafton fishing
club, which went to the lake iu Kentucky
a year or two ago, report that tho water
is now about low enough to make fishing
excellent, and that it is alive with some as
fine fish as may bu caught in any waters
The club expects soon to mako an excursion
iu a body to the lake aud spend a day or
The dispatches statu that a colored
woman, giving falsu testimony in a cauntry
court near Memphis, Teuiiesse, last Friday,
wus suddenly struck with paralysis. Wo
tail to sou tho connection with tho attack
and tho lying. If perjury brought paraly
sis, thu ambulance wagon would have to bu
in attendance on every gambling case tried
by the iiolice courts iu Cairo.
A train of ten cars loadud with good
gravel was brought into town yesterday
on tho Wabash road, aud tho gravel was
distributed along the track on commor
cial avenue. The company Booms to ha
mspowa to keep its track iu good condi
tion, the only trouble has been that it al
ways hikes a strong reminder from the
public through the city council to make
the company see that tho tracks need at tention.
However it may bo, bettor here
after. Men are etigagud in hauling logs to
tho Ohio river on the Kentucky shore, just
below the upper incliuo of tho Chicago,
fit. Louis, ami New Orleans railroad, for
thu purpose of rafting thorn and then trans
ferring them to tho now Suw mill of Cap
tain W. P. Halliday, which will soon be iu
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood hiio engaged
a force of men to lay the uecesssary Bewcr
pipe to drain tho pool under and around
tho livery stable on Commercial avenue
just abovu Eighth street. Tho water will
bo drained into tho Hailroad street sewer
which will bo tapped at a conynnieut point
opposite the premises.
Tho thermometer was still quite low
in the northwest according to yesterday
afternoon's weather report. It atood be
tween 61 at LaCrosBe, and 87 at Shreveport.
The heavy falls were 21 at LaCrosse, 20 at
Leavenworth, 10 at Dubuque. The great
est rise was 10 at Yankton. Riiu was re
ported from Chattanooga, Davenport, La
Crosse, Leavenworth, Nashville, St. Louis,
and Vicksburg. Tho strongest wind was
10 miles per hour, at St. Louis.
An old negro named Miuton Smith
went to a small pond about three mile up
the Illinois Central railroad on Monday last
for the purpose of catching fish. Yesterday
morning ho had not returned and his
friends became alarmed and went up the
road in search of him. When last heard
fn m the party of searchers they had not
found the maujbut they found his clothes
lying on the bank of the pond. Nothing
could be seen of tho man. The conclu
sion at once arrived at was that his hook
and line hail become entangled in some
brush iu tho pond and that, shedding
his clothes, he went into the water to disen
tangle the tackle, and found the water two
deep and was drowned. Whether this sup
position was true or not is probably known
by this time as a thorough search was made
in the pomf tor the body. The old man
was well known in this city.
The Mississippi river commission
met in New York Monday and adopted the
following resolutions: "Hesolved that it is
the judgement ol the Mississippi fiver
commission that the repairing and building
of levees as set fourth in the. resolutions of
tho Mississippi river commission adopted
at their session hold in the city of New
York on the 1 Stli should be done as a part
of tho plan of commission to afford ease
and safety of navigation and commerce
of the Mississippi river and to deepen the
channels, and that the secretary of war be
informed that tho alotment of funds and
plans proposed at said session were made in
persuancu of such judgement of the commis
sion then existing. The commission then
liscussed the subject of expending part of
the money allotted to lovee building above
tho mou'li i,f Red river in levee building
below that point. A resolution to that
effect was I ist. The commission adjourned
to meet in St. L viir, September 8.
William C. Coup, the well-known
showman, is ctill in Detroit, and appeared
Monday morning in the circuit court, where
he confessed judgement on five suits in
attachment, the claims aggregating nearly
120,000. The largest claim was that of
the Buffalo Courier Company for $9,700.
Cheap exhibitions of the menagerie wero
given Sumlay and Monday for the benefit
of the destitute canvassmcu. The animals
include the hyppopotiinus, valued at f (5,000
and two lions, three elephants, oue tiger,
three hyenas, a wagon load of'monkeys,
and a varied assortment of goats, horned
hoises, sacred bulls leopards porcupines,
bears, wolves, kangaroos, deer, birds, etc.,
etc. Y'esterduy Sheriff Clippert appointed
two competent and disinterested tueu to
examiuo the property and appraise it at a
fair value. He will eet an order of sale
frmntbo court, and, advertiseing the same
ten days, he will sell everything pertain
ing to the circus and managerio at public
Street Commiisiorier Robert Baird
has had a force of men at work for several
days laying an earthen sewer pipo on the
westerly side ot Commercial Bveiuio be
tween Third and Fifth streets. The work
is progressing rapidly, being nearly halt
done yesterday. It will bo entirely done
in a day or two. Tho sewer is twelve
iuches in diameter, is being laid nine feet,
deep, mid will conuuet with tho Fifth street
Bewer, which in turn conuocta with a pipo
leading to the Fourth street outlet.
Tho completion of this sewer will leave no
ground whatever for a failure on the part
of tho owners of tho property iu tho squaro
enclosed by tho avenues and by Fourth
aud Fifth streets, to properly drain said
property. That such drainage is nocdod
very much is demanded by tho
common good of tho people
living in tho neighborhood is
a matter which admits of no dispute. A
mere sight of tho place is sickouing, to
live in its neighboiliood without endan
gering onu's health, is an impossibility.
Tho nuisance must bo abated, and when
tho city shall have discharged its dluy to
ward tho accomplishment of this object,
tho , owners of tho property must dis
charge their duties, and wo think
they will ai they havo boon loudest to
complain at the city's neglect in tho
Tho conditions have boon and arc en
tirely unfavorable to tho advance of tho
yellow fever up tho Mississippi valley,
and the very effective sanitary rules in force
at New Orleans render an epidemic there
impossible as tar as mortal eye can see,
Then) havo been only two or throe cases in
that city so far, and tho board of health
has tho city iu a remarkable good sanitary
condition, aud watchfullness is ou'v neces
sary to keep the health of tho city good
through the usual trying month of Sep
tember. A most rigid quarantine is main
tained on the Missipppi seventy-live miles
below the city and on tho Rigolettos aud on
thu Atchat'alaya rivor, and tho portion of
thu city where tho two deaths from yellow
fever havo occurred has been scientifical
ly disenfected with lime, carbolic acid and
coperns. Thu president of tho Louisana,
statu board of health, Dr. Jun;s, states that
it is too latu in the season for an epidemic
and thu weather continues so cool there
uued bono apprehensions. The probabili
ty is that tho fever will not spread fiom
tho lower Rio Grande towns, as those com
munities have been isiolated. There ap
pears to be nothing in the report that Pen
sicola is troubled with the yellow fever
so that there may bo no anxious foreboding.
Since the experience of 1878 and 187'J,
there should be no utcessary expense
avoided to make the Gulf littoral secure
against the inroads of tho plague.
It w ill be remembered that the mana
gers of t' Anna Fair had advertised that a
prize ol 130 would be awarded to the best
organized band at the fair which opeus iu
that town to-day. It will also be remem
bered tint Mr. Harry Walker and
Pmf. Al. Ooss of the Comique band, deter
mined that this celebrated band should
take pirt ia the contest; that the band was
reorganized and kept in good practice by
Prof. Goss so as to be prepared to meet the
best musical talent that might show itself
on the fnir ground. It will also be re
membered that these facts were published
widely through southern Illinois, and
it is known that because of such publication
and becausd of the reputation of the
band throughout this part ot the state, the
anna fair will see many hundred peopl w ho
woul I not otherwise have gone there, and
that the management will see several huu
dred dollars, which they otherwise could
nut see. Ia other words the advertising the
fair got by reason of tho connection there
with of the famous Cairo band, and the at
traction the prospective presence at the
fair of the band was to all who had
heard of the band, were
rn'ittorsof some importance to the managers
certainly. But it will also be remembered
that the publication of the fact that this
band was to take part in the contest intim
idated all other bands in southern Illinois
so that the Cairo band was the only one
that was enterd for the contest. Under
theso circumstances it would seem that tho
Cairo band had the only claim to the
prize, and Bhould havo received it alter
appearing on the ground and proving that
it was the "bt organized band at the fair."
But the managers of the fair seems to have
begrudged the Cairo band its prospective
easy victory. They repudiated their prop
osition made in tho circulars advertising
tho fair, declared the "contest" off, and
wrote to Mr. Walker here asking what tho
Comique baud would take to
furnish tli'i music during the fair.
Mr. Walker replied, miking, under the
circumstances, a very reasonable offer.
To this offer, made over a week ago, tho
managers did not even deigu to reply,
but without any further notice of the Cairo
b'Uid, proceeded to engage thu services of
the Anna band. Thus, not only the Cuiro
band is very shabily treated, but the many
people who, it is known, will go to the
Anna fair principally because they expect
ed to hear some fine music from Cairo's pop
ular band will be disappointed ordecioved.
It is alright, however, so far as Mr. Walker,
Prof. Ooss and the band, are concerned.
The band's excellence remains undisputed,
tho3o who attend the fair and the mana
gers thereof will bo tho only losers by thu
latter's unpardonable conduct.
THE CATHOLIC SUPPER AND FAIR
Old Reform ball has been handsomely
decorated by the Catholic ladies of tho city,
and supplied with a number of tables elu
gantly spread and laden down, somo with a
great variety of eatables, others with fancy
articles of all kinds all for tho fair and
festival given by tho. ladies aforesaid for
tho benefit of tho Sisters of Loretto.
Last night, the second of the entertain
ment, tho hall was filled with a handsome,
lively crowd of pooplo, who spent half tho
night or longer In eating hearty suppers,
voting for the most popular railroad and
dry-goods men, listing to some line music
and songs, admiring tho beauties all around
thorn and purchasing of thorn. Tho timo
was very pleasantly spent by all. To-night
will be the last night.
MORE NEW BUILDINGS.
Mr. C. R. Woodard has secured ground
up town, near tho residenco of Mr. 13.
Wells, aud will soon begin the orection
of a nico framo residence thereon. Tho
residouce is to be two story, of convenient
size and form and put up iu a somewhat
novel but substantial manner.
The three lotsjust above Mr, F. Vincent's
block on Commercial avenue aro being
negotiated for by Messrs. II. A. Hannon,
Wru. Weleraud Charles Throckmorton
who intend to put up three two story
brick business houses, each twonty-fivo by
one hundred feet iu dimensions, somewhat
after tho stylo of Messrs. White & Greer's
store house at tho corner of 8 . nth street
ami Commercial avenue, ihu lots aro
owned by Springfield parties who evidently
care little whether their property isimprovod
or not, and who would do thu city a favor if
they would dispose of their lots to citizens
who desire to place substantial improve
ment upon them. Tho gentlemen named
havu made a good offer for tho lots. It is
to bu hoped that they will obtain them.
Mr. Jacob Walter, tho Eighh street
butcher, has made a liberal offer for several
lots facing Ninth street, between Com
mercial avenue and Poplar Blreet upon
which hu desin'S to erect a two story brick
building fifty by seVeuty five feet, to
be supplied with all the machinery and
paraphernalia liicessnry to make it one of tho
largest and cotnpletest sausage factories in
this part of tho country. Tho prospects
are, that Mr, Walter will succeed in se
curing the lots he wants mid that his build
ings will hu in eour.su of erection before
Messrs, (loldstine & Rosenwater have se
cured three lots on the west side of Com
mercial avenue between Ninth ami Tenth
streets, upon which they intend to erect
this bill a two story brick business house
seventy feet front by crie hundred feet
depth, to be occupied by them
selves with their iiuinitise stocks
of dry uoods, clothing and furnishing
goods, carpet.-, etc. A force of men is even
now at work removing the frame build
iugs occupying the lots named. The larg
est of them is to be removed to a vacant
lot on tl e west side of Walnut street, be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
Y'esterday the ground was broken for
the foundation of Mr. II. C. Loflin'i rew
brick business house on the uorth side of
Eighth street, between tho avenues.
THE FALL TRADE.
The merchants of Cairo generally Iook
forward very hopefully to the coining fall
trade, aud they h ive good reason to- do so.
Aside from tho in my important ami less
important enterprises iu progress of couiple
tio i and about to be begun within the rity,
which will furnish euiploynient and thu
means of procuring the necessaries and the
comforts of life to tho idle within the city,
there as every possible reason to be
lieve that the trade from without will be
The cmps all through the sertion of
country fr-'tti w hich conies tho trade of Cairo
have been exceptionally good. The South
ern States, in whose prosperity or adveisily
Cairo largely shares, have not only vury
largo but varied crops. This year'nr.rks a
new departure iu agriculture in the South
and. instead of depending for food and
clothes on a good cotton crop, southern
farmers havu rained enough oats, w heat and
corn to supply themselves and will hart a
surplus for export. The prwpecU fur cot
ton are less favorable than could bo wished
but, according to the present outlook, the
crop will be from 5,730,000 to (1,000,000
bales, and, with good weather during the
uext six weeks, will exceed these liuures.
Cairo merchants mi m' seek to build up a
cotton trade iu this city.
This is not all, other brunches of indus
try arc flourishing as well as agriculture.
During the past live years millions of dol
lars havo been invested in mines, mills and
railroads all over the Southern States, and
this capital is becoming productive. The
development of thu country is proceeding at
a rate which must surprise those who havo
given little thought to the matter. Last
year the drouth was most disastrous in its
effect; it cut down tho resources "of tho far
mer, enforced economy in all branches of
business and largely decreased tho purchas
ing power of tho people. Hailroad mana
gers, merchants ami manufacturers all had
gloomy anticipations, and yet tho earnings
of railroads centering here show a large in
crease. This is Cairo's railroad year. We have
four new lines coining to us from almost
opposite directions. Those who look upon
our flight or ten railroads with contempt, in
the belief that the city derives no benefit
from iheui aru short-sighted iudeed.
It is true that railroads may
bu or may not bu butiotkial to a city,
but whether they aru or not lies to a great
extent iu the hands of the citizens. This
truth tho business men of other cliies havo
proven. Our railroads place our merchants
way ahead of all others in this section of
tho country, in thu way of opportunities for
establishing fraternal and business rela
tions with the industrious people of thu
vast stretches of fertile country through
whieh the iron horse runs lefore entering
our gates. Thu railroads givo us groat op
portunities; we ourselves must determine
how we shut! use them. The sales of no
house in tho city amount to half what they
ought to do; there is no firm in tho city
which might not reasonably expect todou
bio itsbusinuss in thu noxt few years. Tho
great trouble widi Cairo merchants has
been that they have lacked faith in them
selves, in their cily, in tho growth of tho
Country around them, iu the iulluencu of
tho railroad lines. We have seen other
cities accomplish what wo feared to at
tempt. We admired what we feared to
imitate. It is difficult even now to make
our citizens realize that this is no longer a
country villago; that it is a city with a
citys' opportunities, and what may be dono
, elsewhere may bo dono bore.
Perhaps tho next few months may throw
a flood of light on many darkened under
standings. Already our streets aro crowded
with teams and wagons. Moro business
w ill como to Cairo than wo can accommo
date; already the tido is rising. By tho
middle ot September tho city will bo
crowded with strangers and with buyers.and
such considerations should arouse a general
feeling of enthusiasm. .
THE DAY APPROACHES.
MEANING THK AI'l'OIN'lKO MATK KOU THE
BKLI.8 UltnTHLH's SIX CONSOLIDATED
Anticipation has now not long to wait,
for this largest among the traveling exhi
bitions will spread its myriad yards of can
vas at Cairo, Monday September 11th.
The management provus its pledges and
sustains its promises by editoral guarantees,
whoso weight and value none can fail to
appreciate and respect. The grout jour
nals of tho Union testify with the most
unanimous accord to its integrity ia Btrict
ly keeping every advertisement promise,
an I even during last season, when tho
consolidation was only partially effected,
thu press was loud in its praises, as being
the most attractive and ere lit iMe exhibi
tion on the road. Exhibiting both in
St. Louis and Chicago for a week, tho
press of those cities had ample time to pass
on its merits. We append a sample extract
of their notices.
Taken from the Chicago Daily Times:
The circus everybody ia at the circus.
Sells Brothers keep their pledge with their
patrons. They advertise- nothing unfairly
a phenomenon of "professional" integrity.
Their tents aro "object lesson" for tho
young in natural history. They have many
genuine curiosities, and their "artists" are
as astonishing a geuitu ever is w hen aai
mated by sawdust.
Ti I'KISTiNu OKKICKS-Wo have a turn
utookof sMil, No. 1 -M" nem tliat will i.-ll io
iirtnleri only, In lot of not !- than two r- auin. at
i 40 p" r roam cau. AildrenE A. Djruutl. U ul
AN S er 10 hor-e puer upright engine. In itood
condition, and U foot horizontal t flue holler,
with all the va vta, plpea. Dew bi-at-r. drive i;l,
wnti-rtank. tc . tivw .mnki Ui k ail complete,
prce .:."). Addruee K. A Huruett. Cairo, 111, ir.
QHAS. B. Fair & CU
Proirietorn of Iron ami Much I no
Comer Nlnetb aud Wanhlnton avenue,
ALL KINDS OK MAUIINB
V()hK, HOH.KK WolcK AN 1)
attended to at klasunrle
Wenltohavoa numW of SK.COM U ND
ENGINES AND ilUlLEKS. fur .aU-cb.aj. '
TOM WINTER 1 CO.
Auctioneers and Commission M reliant y
No. 23 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial aud Washington A vs.
PROPRIETOR OF t? PRO ATS PATENT
WholoKiilo Doalor in Ioe.
ICF I'Y TH E CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
P.'KED FOR SHIPPING
Our Ivoadfl a Sporialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
C O A la
.13 Stoves 13
S Tixiwaro. B
HltM I . , MM MM ) I
Commercial Avenue mid Eighth Street,
V. mtOSH, PrvKldont. I P. NKKK.VlMprra'nt
U. WKLL.H, C.mhUir. T. J. Kurth, Ain't cimli
1)1 ma !':
F. Brima Ca!ro I William KtiikO. .Cairo
IVtcrNoir " I William Wolf....
t M Oatarloh " l'atlur "
K.A.lludur " III. Well.
J. Y. Cloui'Oii, Cali'duula,
A UBNB1UL BANKING BUSlNKht) DONS,
Bxchansi) sold and boueht. tntrot ilil It
thaMavluRi D.partinnut. Colluctlous mad and
all bailn.M promptly attandod to.