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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, ls,32.
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orWiAL FAPIR OP CITY AND COUNTY
We ar authorised to announce that K. A. D.
WlLUANKS, of Jefferson couuty, In candidate
lor Olern oftha Appellate Court in the fourth
llivlalon uf 1 1 1 Inula, I object to tho rteclHlou of a
cenventtou of tu Democratic parly
We are authorised to announce the name of
WALTER WAKOKKaa a candidate for tUo officii
of Couuty Jiidiia of Alexander Comity.
We nr authorised to announce .hmtiru JilIIN
II. HuWNSLM aa an Independent candidate fur
County .1 ii) tcJ at the coining Novumoor election.
Wo are authorized to anuoutice Mr. MILES V.',
I'AKKnli an ku Independent Candida? for treat
uri'r of Alauder county at thu coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notirea in triit column. elj;ht cents per lltio for
I rut and five ceuia par line each subsequent Inaer
lion. Kor our work. 30 cents per line. For ouo
o.onth, oOceutt pr line.
Hereafter the garbage wagon will run
but twice each week, Wednesdays ami
8atardays. Citiir.eus will govern theru
selves accordingly. 2t.
As I have discontinued my tin shop, cor
our Eighteenth, and Twentieth, and removed
the stock to my store on Commercial ave
nue, all accounts due for work or goodu
must be paid to me here. Farties having
repairing done will please leave instruc
tions concerning same with me.
2t. A. llALLEt.
Flour is died per and my loaves are made
large that my customers may get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounped by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Remcmbor it is big loaves and
sold only at the hake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0 2 m. Frank Khatka.
at DuBiUns 5(1 Ohio Levee.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the fire, cor. of j)th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, Ne
tween 8th and llth streets. Orders will be
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBauns 511 Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Ivleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and relit tod in better
condition than before the lire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms aud beds for the tired, good
fare for the hungry, fino liquors lor the
thirsty, is the rule. Oivohhu a call, tf
in market at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad hits now on
ale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto aud Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
J. S. Hawkins ib prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. So. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
throat's Retaillce Box.
Cousumeia of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundiPs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
-Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
fcuratch-book, made of calendered juto
nmnilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the oflieo. No. 2 and
It. five and ten cents 'each by the single one,
by the Wen. Hpeeial discount on gross
lots to the trade.
hueklen's Arnica Salve,
1 ho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt lllieum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all 8kin Eruptions, and positively
nires riles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 ceiitsptir box. For sale by Ur.o. K
TuEgteat value of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for all diseases
of women is demonstrated by every day
. experience, The writer of this had oc
casion to step into thu principal Pharmacy
of a city of 140.000 inhabitant, mill tin in.
quiry as to which is the moat popular
proprietary medicine of thu tinitt, was an
KWcrod. that Mrs. Pinklmnra
Compound occupies a most conspicuous
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tu iuv iimdi ihuk i aii uio lUilietuOS
of this class now before the public Journal.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlcei In then eoinmiit, ten cents pet line
I ico insertion, juarnea
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Sheriff John Hodges was out in tho
county on business yesterday.
Maggie Avery was fined five dollars ant
costs by Justice Robinson yesterday, for
useing abusive language.
Mr. Daniel MeCarty is having his lot
next to his saloon on Commercial avenue
filled to a depth of about three feet.
Mrs. A. I). Davis, of Metropolis, ac
companied by Miss Belle Hobbs, of RoceS'
ter, were at The Ilalliday yesterday.
Chief Myers has beeu sick with mala
ria for three or four days back but with a
bull-dog determination, ho sticks to his
duties out of doors.
Within the last few weeks Mr. Louis
Bross, son ot Judge Bross, has been awarded
a diploma as a fiill-tlodgcd druggist, by
the proper authority of the state.
Yesterday tho work of filling and
ballasting the track of the street car com
pany was finished and cars are now again.
running tho entire length of the road. The
work is well done, and will be permanent.
Mr. James Cox aud Miss Susie Wil
liams, daughter of Mr. Niclnlas Williams
are to be married at the residence of the
bride's father on Twenty-fourth Btreet
next week, Thursday.
John Bull is slow. If the people of
the United States had invaded Eypt they
would now have beeu sending Nile water
all over the world, in barrels, for a fertili
zer. Messrs. Charlie and Will Thrupp aro
at home on a visit and will remain until
Monday. The return of tho boys makes a
full family at Mr.Thrupp's for the first time
in two years.
Oo to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Collectors were out-in full force yes
terday. Many of them reported them
selves well pleased witli the result of their
day's work, which is a sure sign or increas
This week our merchants have ptoba
bly done more business with farmers than
during any week for six or eight mouths
past. The streets were almost daily lined
with farmers' teams which brought produce
and took away merchandise.
Tun Bulletin's little pleasantry about
Pulaski county's lack of jewelry, steam
boats, grain etc., leads tho Bloomington
Bulletin to remark that "Pulaski is one of
the counties of southern Illinois that al
ways rolls up an immense Republican ma
jority!" Mr. llassenjager will remove his saloon
from its present location in the upper end
of the Vincent block into the corner room
vacated yesterday by Mr. B. F. Parker.
Previously, however, the said corner room
will be repaired and handsomely decora
ted. If some of the reports recieved here by
Sergeant W. II. Itay concerning rains in
some of the western towns are true we may
conclude that they don't have rains out
west. A cloud just saunters up and exam
ines a town and then collapse just over it.
Nobody escapes but the newspaper report
ers and the book agents.
The Vienna Times is exercised some
what at the attempts of some Republicans
injohu.son county to create dissention in
the party, to the prejudice of the county
ticket. The Times thinks that no good
Republican will bolt the ticket; but the
Times was not so strict in its constructions
of duty to party when speaking of the holt
of tho famous six in the late Johnson coun
ty congressional delegation.
Yesterday Mr. B. F. Parker sold
out his stock of paints, oils and wall
paper, together with all his store fix
tures, to Mr. Jeff M. Clark, who removed
it Irom the corner of Eighth Htreet and
Commercial avenue, to his store room
on Washington avenue, between Eighth
and Ninth streets), which is now crowded
Captain A. M. Ilalliday, of the steamer
Phris Brown, and Mrs. Hettie C. Becbe, of
New Orleans, were married at the residence
of the bride's father in New Orleans Thurs
day. They passed through here for a trip
Father M. T. Trayuor, of Cipo Girar
deau has been in the city for n week or
longer soliciting students for tho college in
thu Cape. He has succeeded in securing
ten students who will leave thu city for tho
t 'lnple of knowledge next Monday.
To-day tho Tiptotiville base ball club
plays a noted Memphis club. Tho game
.takes place on tho former's ground. Mr.
W.JB. Pettis recieved a card from tho Tip
totiville boys yesterday, asking the Cairo
boys to come down and look on.
Mr. A. G. Leonard, of tho Gazette, is
called to his homo in Dutjuoin, Hl., ,y a
letter from his mother announcing the
death of her husband. Mr. Leonard left
last night to take charge of and settle up
the property affairs of deceased, which are
c uisiderahle, aud in the division of which
Mr. Leonard will share.
The upper side of Mr. (J. R. Wood
ward's iron emporium is being covered with
Attractive lettering setting forth tho char
acterot the business within. Some of thu
letters are eight or nino foot high, painted
in white on a dark brown back-ground
aud can bo read plainly at a distance of
After this thu citizens should bear in
mind that the city scavenger makes the
rounds of the city but twico per week
Wednesdays and Saturdays, and they
should govern themselves accordingly
No offensive vegetable matter should bo al
lowed to accumulate on any premises
for more than three days at a time.
Frank Kratka, of tho Union Bakery
gives notice this morning that lie has
increased the sizo of his
loaves to correspond with tho lowt
price on flour, and sells them three for ten
cents. This will bo appreciated by all who
understand how expensive is the bread
item of a family. The Union Bakery has a
reputation for making the best of breads
The Chester Tribune (Republican)
says tnat the nomination by tho Democrats
of this congressional district of Captain W.
K. Murphy is better received by Repuhli
cans than by Democrats in and around
Chester. Wo are glad to hear it. Tho
proof that Captain Murphy is the preferred
candidate of the people of this district,
irrespective of party, is constantly increas-
A dispatch to Prof. Al.Goss, from re
lations living in Minnesota, brought the
sad news Thursday niuht of the death of
his brother who had died the day before
No particulars of the death were given ex
cept that deceased had already been, bur
ied. This fact accounts for Prof. (loss from
the Coiniqueband and Orchestra yesterday,
and tor the tact that Prof, atorer will as-
sumo the responsibilities of leader in that
band for the next several days. Prof. Gosss'
many friends will heartily sympathize with
-Tho young temperance people met at
Reform hall on Eighth street last night.
The new president, Miss Maud Rittcnhouse,
was in the chair and all the other new of
ficers were at their posts. The attendance
was fair, many being prevented from go
ing probably because of tho inclement
weather. Those who remained away
missed a splendid entertainment. The
programme consisted of a select reading by
Miss Maud Loflin, a vocal solo by Miss
Hattio McKee, a recitation by Miss Alice
Henderson and an essay by Miss Amie
In an account of the proceedings at
the Anna fair Thursday a correspondent of
the St. Louis Republican says: "Hon.
Wm. K. Murphy, Democratic nominee for
congress, was present and did himself much
good. He will receive a large Republican
vote in this county." Mr. Murphy is
moving back and forth in the distr ict con
stantly, but very quietly. He is doing
much good work for himself and for the
Democriev. His defeat, if such a thing
were p'i .-'l-le, would not be chargeable to
him. It remains for his party to awake,
ari.v .ind do its share of the worl;. We
want no over-confident sluggards in the
Deiuocra'ie party during this campaign.
Mayor N'.B. Thistlewoods letter in re
ply to Dr. Dyer is being favorably noticed
by a number of our Democratic and Re
publican exchanges, all unanimous in the
opinion that the captain has "laid the Dr.
out handsomely." The Valley Clarion says
in its last issue: "Mayor Thistlewood of
Cairo, is after Dr. Dyer, tho late chairman
of the Republican convention, with a sharp
stick In reply to his open letter in Hie Du
(i'loin Tribune. We were afraid the Dr.
was working his own undoing when he
went into print. "Oh! that mine enemy
would write a book !" Tho sad part about
it is that the Democratic press will bavo to
bear the brunt of tho controveroy."
An extraordinary showing in reference
to the oat crop cf Illinois for 18S2 is made
in the statistics of the state department of
agriculture. The total yield is 09,275,:580
bushels, tho largest by nearly 25,000 bush
els in the history of the state, and the aver
age for largest acreage ever seeded in the
state is fcrty bushels to the acre. In qual
ity the crop has never been surpassed.
Forty three counties show a product of over
1,000,000 bushels each, twelve have pro
duced over 2,000,000 bushels each, while
two counties, Livingston and La Salle, rep
resent a joint production of over 7,000,000
bushels. Alexander county is reported as
having 005 acres in oats, each with an aver
age yield of 118 bushels, making a total of
22,000 bushels. Pulaski county has 024
acres in oats, each with an average yield ot
30 bushels, making a total of 18,720 bush
els. It will bo seen that though Pulaski
has 10 acres more in oats than Alexauder
county him, her production is 4,270 bushels
less, and if she' had tho same number of
acres that Alexander hut her production
would bo 4,810 bushels less than that of the
latter. Why this difference? Pulaski
county's soil is not less fertilothan that of
Alexander county. The cause lies not in
the soil but in the tillers thoreot. PuUnki
county needs moro intelligence, nioro
Thomas McClures, less Republicanism, more
Democracy .Give hor these andsho will noon
equal Alexander in wealth and intelli
gence. Wo loarn from Washington specials
that John G. I). Knight U. S. A. will
have charge of the government river im
provement between Cairo and Memphis,
mid that it is left to his descretion as to
whether tho hoadquarters department shall
be located at Cairo or Memphis. We trust
dipt. Knight may mako a thorough uu
carelul investigation of , the many advan
tagrs offered by this city for this purpose
before making permanent arrangement
elsewhere. Our first class hotel accommoda
tions especially should havu groat weight
wit.i the captain it rendering his decision,
as wo learn he is a single man, and his do
sire for comlort would bo thoroughly satis
fled. In addition to this, Cairo is tho
healthiest city on tho river, and tho facili
ties for . obtaining cheap freight rates
south Are not enjoyed by any other town on
the river. Wo cordially invite Capt.
Knight to visit our city, and see for himself
just what advantages wo do possess, and we
feel sure that a thorough acquaintance
with our citizens will determino him to
locate among us.
Concerning the rumored death of
"Boss" Hessing a dispatch from Los Au-
ecloB say: "II. Barting, of Otiaymas,
mining partner of Mr." Hessing, who ar
rived in this city to-day, says the reported
killing of Hessing is a cenard. He left
Hessing but a few days ago miles away
from the Bcene of the murder. He saj s the
report grew out of tho killing by the Ap-
pachees of two men named Chard and No
ble, whom Hessing had sent to Guaymas
to procure money to pay off his hands.
Barton further denies the stories iu circula
tion in reference to a revolution iu Sonora
Ho says the government has merely called
out the troops to suppress tho Appachees
August Arack was about 27 years of age
was born in the Grand Duchy of Olden
berg. His mother, now deceased, was
sister of Mr. A. C. Hessing. Arck came to
tins country wnen a ooy ami settled m
Chicago. lie worked some time in Far-
well's wholesale house, and also filled po
smon in county ciers s onice ana at me
county poor farm at Jefferson. His only
immediate relative in Chicago was is 'a
brother employe:! by a Washington street
firm. Mr. Arck was asinde man. but it
was understood that he was engaged to be
married to a young German ladv of this
The principa lsourceof interest and rev-
cue, at the Catholic fair Thursday night
was the voting of articles of usefullness ur
value to favorite persons, and chief among
these was the voting of a fine lant-ru
to the most popular railroad man, which
threw all other matters in the sha le.
City Clerk Dennis B'oley had charge of the
polo and htd nearly all he could do to re
ceive cash and record votes for over two
hours. The candidates for this prize were
Messrs. Whalen, Morgan and Wisher, of
the Illinois Central railroad, and Gibson,
of the Wabash road. Mr. Keefe. of the
St. Lutis and Cairo road, refused to allow
his name to be used, as be had but recently
been the victor in a similar contest. Voting
continued until one o'chck when the pole
was closed and the vote found to stand.
10 en h for Wi-her and Morgan, l.oOO for
Whalen, and I7.'i for Gibm. The gold
peri forwhirdi Fathers Mu phy and O'IIara
of thiscity, and Father Traynor, of Cape
firarleau, were candidates, was awarded
to the first named. Father Traynor was
second in the race aud rerVr.ed a handsome
vote considering that he w but a visitor
here. City Clerk Foley was voted a pair
of line sleeve buttons, Mr. Ed Cotter, a
cloak, and Miss Ada Osterloh a barrel of
fine Sylph flour. The revenue from these
source? was very L'reat. Tho cold pen
alone brought $95, and the lantern must
hav brought in tho neighborhood iff
200. The managers of the affair have
reason to flatter themselves because of
their great success.
An Italian who has been ro .lining
through the streets of the city for Beveral
1 lys exhibiting performing bear got into
trouble yesterday. Ho was on Com ikmtmI
avenue between Seventh and Eighth
Btreets, entertaining (?) a largo crowd by
compelling the dumb brute, by unmerci
fully beating him over the head and ribs
with a largo hickory pole, to go through va
rious motions. The crowd was not at a loss
to know which was the meaner brute, of tho
two and when the two-legged beas t ciiine
around with hat in hand, asking for "volun
tary contributions," thu crowd all put th -ir
hands in their pockets aud kept thorn
there, A blind horso (or a soinowliat ani
mated hat rack, it was a matter of con
siderable doubt which), hitched to what
was onco a hack, was s'tanding near. The
driver had refused to leave
at tho roqiiest of tho meaner beast of tho
two," and, allowing tho reius to drop looso
ly over the dash-board, he posed in the
hack, with wide open mouth, cars noso ami
eyes, paralyzed with wonder, and a splendid
subject for achromo to adorn a barn door.
But tho "hat rack" was not so paralyzed :
Ho suddenly became conscious of tho pres
ence of an uncivilized brute and dashed
away, running but a fuw steps when ho came
in contact tho with sidewalk near Mr. Lud
wig's saddlery shop, shedding tho shreds
of harness which held him in thosh'ifts and
breaking tho wire which hold one of the
latter together in the middle. "Tho meaner
beast," seeing what ho had beeu tho cause
of, doffed his empty hat and hurried
gwe iriug and scolding awny. Ho was soon
overtaken by an ofllcor, broiuht before
Justice Robinson upon achargo of using
abusive langu age, and was dismissed for
want of evidence.
WHAT THE GREAT SOUTHERN ED
ITOR SAYS OF SELLS BROTHERS
Wo aro not accustomed to look to tho ed
iters in chief of great newspapers, or upon
the grave and weighty political page which
they exclusively edit, for amusement criti
cisuis, and certainly the wildest aspirations
of thy boldest manager never would have
betrayed him into seeking for such recogui
tiou from such a source in the Louisville
Courier-Journal, ami, lesst of all, from tho
influential pen of its great editor. But
when it comes to a really good circus, Hon
Henry Watterson, like thu rest of us, is very
human, and we like him better and respect
him the more that he is so, and not
ashamed to acknowledge it in a hearty
and manly way, while, moreover, generous
enough to extend tho encouragement of his
influential personal recognition to geouiue
merit in the arena, as elsewhere. He vis
ited Sells Brothers' Blums at Louisville last
fall, when it was not near so grand, novel
and eloquent as now, and here is, word for
word, what he was editorally delighted in
to saying of it, after his city editor had
devoted a column to praising it in another
page of the paper:
"I he attendance at the two afternoon
and two night exhibitions of c'ells Broth-
ers'bhows was so remarkable as to be en
tltleil to a sp-i'lil mentioi. .Not less
than from rive to eight thousand persouswerc
present at each performance. The perfect
new of the arrangements and the admirable
order preserved were as remarkable as tho
attendance. The show i a first class one,
and although the managers make large
promises, they abundantly fulfill them
The entertainments gave thorough satist'ac
tioti. The circus starts to-morrow on its
tour through Kentucky and Tennessee,
and the reaiersof the Courier-Jourusl in the
places it visiU will have an opportunity
of seeing the best and most complete show
in the world."
This great amusement enterprise, which,
since the above was written, has been con
solidated with five other exhibitions,
owned by the Sells Brothers, and to which
has been added a uumber of rare and cost
ly attractions imported during the fall and
winter of 181-82, will exhibit at Cairo
Monday, September 11.
the Usual rlult.
It is not to be denied th at a good sew
ing machine is one of the most important
appurtenances of the modern housewife.
We thought we had a good machine in
our household until one day the agent of
the New Homo presented himself at our
door and proceeded to deliver an oration
upon its characteristic mints.
"But," we answered, "our machiuc
serves us nicely and nuts us well, and we
Jo not care for another.
Tlie agent, however, legged the privi
lege of leaving one of Ins machines with
us, "for the ladies lo try."
The request was not unreasonable, so we
granted it but more to oblige the agent
than anything else, for we really did not
want the machine, arid had not the remot
est idea ot biiyi.ig it.
The machine once in the house, it was
natural for the ladies to look it over. They
did so, and as a cti-equeiKe fell in love
with it. They say that without
the slightest wih to decry or disparage
any other machine, tihs, all things consid
ered, is, in their opinion, the most desira
ble ono to be had .
The upshot of tho wholo matter was that
the old machine was disposed of, and the
"Light Running New Homo" installed in
our household. It is pronounced a genuine
beauty and a real comfort, and "our folks"
wanted us to tell other folks atmut it.
This unrivaled machine is manufac
tured by the New Home Sewing Machine
Co., 30 Union Square, New York, who
wish to say that all who will send for their
new illustrated catalogue and enclose
their advertisement (priuted on another
page), will receive a set of fancy advertis
ing novelties, of value to thoso collecting
LIST OK L KIT KHS KEMAININO CNCAUKD
KOU IN THIS IWIWFICK AT CAIHO, ILL.,
HATL'HDAV, SKI'TKMDER 2, 1882.
Anders ui, M L
Cham tiers, F E
McCall, Sullie (col) Nuby Mary
Price, Ariuii Porter, Minnie
Ross Clara Stephens, Floia
Spires, Sal lie Stevans, Suo
Thomas, Emma Thomas, Estella
Watsou, Phcba Witters, Ada
Willis, Li.sey Waters, Addio
Allen, J T
Beardsley, Jus M
Bleihan, J no
Dougherty, J J
Grutch, J A
Ilaukins, S A
Joiirlies, F N
Smiley, A J
Stewart, W F
Taylor, Emanuel E
Doskirth, II C
Fetter, Ferdn and
Hutchison, J C
Horsley, C A
Little, II P
Loyd J P
McClellan & Son, W
Woodard, W It
T PRINTING OFFIOK8-W0 have a lame
Mock of Wins, No. 1 "M" e that wo will lull to
Iiriutera only, In iota of not lexa than two n am, at
IU. 40 pur ream caali, AddrenK A. litirtiett. llul
AN 8r 10 liiirn poer uprllit engine, In itoott
comllllon, anil 1'J fiMit horizontal 'i fliiu hollura
with all the valvca, pint, new hunter, drive wull'
watorlaiik. etc., new ninnke nUr lc all complete!
uriretUii). Adilreai K. A Itiirniilt, (lalro 111 if
(J RAND EXCURSION.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL, U.K.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th
AtS:Mp. m. arriving In CuleairoTi .Ni a. m.
Uly SO.OO For The
Jlckettgood returning until stf teuilor 1.1th,
TUIS THAIS HI NS THKot till to CJIICAfiil
Ih'.'l" ?,'We ' " JON'l'S. Ticket ant.
A. II. HANSON, (ii-iuriil l'(ii:!ifi.r agent.
Great .MINNEAPOLIS FAIR
THE FAMOUS RED RIVER
& YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY
Will run Their last Excur
sion to Minneapolis and
Points on the N. P. ami
Leaving Cairo at 3:50 p. m. Sunday, Sep
tember 4th, 18SJ.
Fare for the round trip as follows:
CAIRO TO MINNEAPOLIS. MIN
NESOTA AMI Hl-TI'BV. !
Cairo to Crookntow , Mlrm. and n-i'iru i i M
' t.raod Forki. Da " 31 OS
Jammtown, ' " " xt M
" lliiaiarrk " " ;n hi
" Mllci City r0
Tlrki"i to MlDiiaaoolf will hr L'uiiil to roturn
onljf I diva from dale of ule Tlck.-ta in point
i.h uir .nriu"m i armr. ana i ., .i. a m . ran-r'-ad,
will h good to rrtoru wlthtu daj a from
da'e of ',.
Stop ov.-r tjrnileit-i uraut d al any ijoIui on the
N ('. or Maollolia matt
Sleotilnc t'r will run thrnaifh from ( i ntrlla to
MlniJUApolin I'rlce. Diiibl Hrlh. fl m.
Rcmetiihrr. t bio will be a Tbro'iith Trait No
l'nni(e of ( am-wlth th hn of itToiumoda
The illuijt'no!U Fairs have no tonal In the coun
try bi(tnnlng September 4tb auii rl..iing aud
the on th Vth.wlll exu-l anything of the kind ever
held on the American C'outlnf nt
SEE FAIR BILLS FOB PARTICULARS.
J. T. VKHRV, Eicurmon Agent
HAS- B. Fair & CO.
J'roiirielora of Iron nrnl Mac-Iiino
Corner Nlneth sad Washington av tue,
WUKK, ROII.F.K WOltH ANO
ATTENDED TO AT RKAsuNMLK
We c.lio have a number of SKPOMl It AND
ENGINES AND 1101LKKS. fr tale cue a.
TOM WINTER A CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant i
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington A vs.
C O A j
D Stoves 13
S Tinware. S
CoiiiiiH'reiiU Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. BUOSS. rwmrlent. I P. NBI'r, yicoPrea'nt
II. WKI.1.S, Cashier. T. J. Kertb, Aaa.'t canh
F. BroM - CiCro William KIiilo. .Cairo
PoterNoff " J William Wolf.... "
C. M Osterloh " V.; V."1"
K. A Ruder " I it- J1';
J. Y. Clom'uD, vaiuuoma.
A OENERAL RANKINO UUSINKSS DONE.
Eirhauge void and bought.. Interest paid ti
ib uvino HenarUnent. Collocttona mailn and
all baalneaa promptly attended to.