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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
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AN NOUN CUM UMTS.
Wo an aiithorUnd to e'liinuiKo tint R. A D.
WIUIASKS, of Jnll'ermiu county, l r.milldiKo
for tier oftae Aidlal Court, la tho Fourth.
Lttvlsion ofllliiiol. subject ti tin) acclnlun of a
cituvtiuMon of ttit) Ddinocratic puny
We am a'lOiorlxe.l to announce t ho iihiu) of
WAl,Till WA KDiili a a etiiill'lii'i) for tliu olllce
ol Cuuuty J l l;o of Alexander County .
We ur autaorlm'd to eimo'inNi .fustlce JOHN
If. KoHINSiM in an independent candidate tur
County nt tho co.niuj; Nuvtuiimsr election.
W o are authorized to atinonu e Mr. MILE8 W.
I'AKK Kit as u inrteiieiulent candidate for trcas
urur of Aloxauder county Bt tho coming November
WKtiLUj LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntir In thin columo, eight centa per line for
Ural, and Ave couU tiur lino each subsequent Inser
il. iu. Kur mis wecir, 3t conn per lino. For out)
ii.onth, hO cants pur Una.
Young" Democrats Attention.
Every member of tho Young Men's Dem
ocratic club of Cairo is requested to be at
the Tenth street Reform hall to-morrow
(Monday) night. By order of
A.NW8 Leek, president.
Hereafter the garbage; wagon will run
but twice each week, Wednesdays and
baUrdays. Citiiroua will govern them
elves accordingly. 2t.
As I have discontinued my tin shop, cor
ner Eighteenth and Twentieth, and removed
the stock to my Btoro on Commercial ave
nue, all accounts due for work or goods
must be paid to me here. Parties having
repairiuij done will pleaso leave instruc
tions concerning same with mo.
2t. A. Haixicy.
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customers may gut the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at tho bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddlo bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at tho bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9-2-lm. , Frank Khatka.
DoBaUns 50 Ohio Levee.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice bouse and otticu is at present 1 1 the
City Brewery, ou Washington avenue, io
tween 8th and !Mt streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DelUuns OU Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires his friends aud the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired an i relitted in better
condition than before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for tho tired, good
tare for the hungry, fine liquors for the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
in market at DuBauns OU Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota ami Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Torouto and Niagara Fulls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DcBauus Ml Ohio levee.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly ami at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
at DeBauns 5fi Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-id for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Bproat's Retail Ice Box.
OitiHumeis of ice aro notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundill's store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My cuHtomers will remember that
their tickets will he punched at this Htand
nst the sumo a by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tuk Cairo Biii.i.ktin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
mnnilla, equally good lor ink or pencil. 'For
sale, in three sizes, ut the olllee. No. 2 and
!l. five and ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen, tfpfjdal discount on grosg
lots to tho trade.
Kuoklen's Arnica Salve
The B.Ht Balve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores., Ulcers, Hall Rheum, Fever
Hores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corus.nnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2.1 contaptr box. For sale by Gko. E
A pure ktrvngtliuninir tonic, free from
whiskey and alcohol, cures dyspepsia, and
similar disease, it uas never been equaled
Brown's Iron Bitters.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, m.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these commit, tun Mills per line,
Mb Insertion. Merited
Wui. Alba has the finest Larber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Samuel Redden will hang at Metrop
olis on the 15th.
Justice J. II. Robinson went to Elco
King's excursion to St. Louis and Chi
cago nextTuesday, Sept. 5th. Train leaves
uarrow gaugo depot at 10 :
I am Htill making my celebrated Tar
Drops. Only put up in 10 cent boxes.
For Bale by all druggists. Phil. II. 8aup.lt
Misses Mollio and Annie Riley went to
St. Louis on the steamer City of Vicksburg
a day or two ago.
Mrs. II. Bear of Nashville, sister ol
Mr. Guy Moree, is in tho city since last eve
ning visiting the family of Mr. II. Wells.
During the month of August 1271
miles of railroad were built in this country,
and during tho year up t August
3 1st, 7048 miles.
Mrs. W. C, Mulkey and children
returned from their visit to Canada three
or four days ago. They went for health
and pleasure and found both in abundance.
.Gold tinselled and other latest styles
fall suits at Gomwtine & Robbnwatuh's
Rov. A. J. Hess will fill his usual ap
pointment vt tliu Baptist church this morn
ing and evening. The latter service at half
past seven o'clock. Sunday School ut half
past nine this morning.
Go to Win. Al bit's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Tho entrance to Tmc Bulletin news
and editorial rootrs is on Railroad street.
The front etitrance to job offico is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Have you any city testimonials of per
sons cured by Snup's Tar drops? Come
and ask mo as it is cheaper to tull than pay
for advertising at 10 cents per lino. Phil
II. Saup.. It
The Cairo and Mound City packet, A.
B. HalFord, comes out with a new timo card
iu to-day's paper, tho best she lias had.
She now makes three trips per day etch
Bello Henry was fined five dollars and
costs by Justice Robinson for disorderly
conduct yesterday. No other criminal
cases were tried in any of the police courts
of tho city.
What will Tar Drops do? They will
euro all kinds of coughs aud colds, and
can't bo beaten lor tho euro of hoarsness. It
A fine assortmeutof latest style of soft
ami Htilfhsts just received at Goijotink &
Mr. George G. Wichert will have his
billiard hall on Washington avenue iu full
blast by next Saturday if possible. Ho
has secured two elegaut Brunswick &
Balka tables and other necessary fixtures.
His hall will be one of tho most elegant in
tho city. It.
Tho usual interesting services will be
held in the Presbyterian, Methodist, Lu
therian, Epsicopal aud Baptist, and in
St. Joseph's and St. Patrick's churches
to-day. Tho pastor or priest of each is at his
post of duty and prepared to instruct tho
public iu tho ways of righteousness.
Tho poor old negro, Mingo Smith, who
drownod in a little pond ou tho Illinois
Central railroad a few days ago, was a min
ister of the gospel and had a small congre
gation up in tho barracks, who are mourn
ing his loss.
By a notice in special locals this
morning President Leek calls upon every
member of tho Young Men's Democratic
club to be at the Tenth street Reform hall
to morrow night. There should bo no ab
sentees. Translated from the Omnibus: "To
mo lucks already again ten marks, Julian
nal Thou must from mo taken have!'' "But
gracious, sir, what believe then of me?
One mark would have been possible, but
ten marks no; for that' am I much too
King's excursion goes over the Chica
go and Alton railroad from St. Louis to
Do physicians recommend Tar Drops?
They do. I have sold them to parties that
Slid they do. Phil. II. Saup. It
That "good- natured pieco of fat called
Joo Robarts," of tho Pulaski Patriot, says
hypocritically : "It makes our heartsick to
be compelled to part with our old friend,
Col. Jonathan Calhoun Willis; but tho
blood of the martyr is the seed of the church
An elegant assortment of fall styles of
tho Cairo Brand Gingham, offered at the
extreme low price of ten cents per yard at
GoijwTiNR & Rosen water's Clothing
For tho information of the public gen
erally and the Argus particularly be it said,
that the Btrcet committee, at a meeting re
cently held in tho office or Mayor Thistle
wood, decided to report to tho city coun
cil at its meeting next Tuesday night, that
tho outer slope of New Leveo street Bhould
forthwith be put in good condition, or
words to that effect. And it roccotn mends
that the work consist in making said leyce
fifty-four feet high, with an outward slopu
of one foot in five, tho same as Ohio leveo.
Tho Young Folks club in a short timo
will givo a "Kato Grocnaway Concert" in
Hartmati'B hall. Theso novel concortu have
become very popular in the largo cities
where they have been given. Grotosquo
formB aro palntod upon uccnea in tho
"Mother Huhhard" stylo of dress. These
forms aro complete minus tho faco which
are supplied by thoso of tho singers who
tako part in tho cmicort.
Within tho next threo weeks the Cairo
ites will be treated to several entertainments
"The Cantata of tho Flower Queen" is in
tho course of preperatiou by the singing
classes of Mrs. Lansden who has spent
much time and labor in perfecting each one
in performing his or her several parts.
Tho young ladies and gentlemen who aro
o take part in this entertainment bespeak
for its success. The concert will be giv
en in the Presbyterian church two weeks
from next Thursday evening.
A letter received yesterday by Mr. P.
J. Thistlewood, from a Mr. Moore, ol'Suui
mit, Miss., makes inquiries about the wri
ters brother, Thomas Moore, a boy, who
was injured in the recent wreck of Coup's
trains on the Wabash railroad, near Tun-
nell Hill. Young Moore has a fractured arm,
and together with two others of the in
jured in tho BHtiio wreck named David Ste
vens('and Win. Burns, is still at St. Maiy's In
firmary under tho constant care of Drs.
Parker. They will all be able to leave iu a
The exact amount of the net proceeds
of tho Lorutto fair during the three duys
of last week had not yet been ascertained
yesterday evening; but it was confidently
asserted by thoso who were in a position
to know that it would not
fall short of a thousond dollars. The gross
receipts were considerably over that amount
This result is a genuino surprise to tho
munagerswhose most sanguine expectations,
did not placo the amount over three or four
To-morrow the Loretto academy in
this city will open with a goodly number
of scholars both from homo and abroad
Tho new academy is now very complete in
its iutern il appointments and is finished
origin a neat manner in every part. Mother
Sophronia .who ha9 had charge of
the institution for about eight years and
under whoso management it prospered in
spite of adversity, has been promoted a po
nit ion at the head ot tho Loretto academy
at Louisville, Ky., and Mother Constancia,
of the Capo Girardeau academy, will take
charge hero. Tho Cairo academy now
promises to enter upon a career of unprece
At the organization of tho Opera
House band recently, Prof. G, A. M. Storer
was elected president and director, and
Mr. E. Dezonia, secretary and treasury.
There are seven members at present, and
it is the intention to ad 1 two more to it.
The following aro the present members:
G. A. M. S o'er, Will Redhurn, Lee Hoi
cotirt, A lulpli Swobodii, Paul II. Schuh
Will P. In io and E. Dezmia. They hive
three rclieins ils a week and Prof. Storer i,
well pleaded villi tho progress of the
band. The Cairo people will have good mu
sic this winter. It Is also Prof. Storer's in
tention to organize in a day or two a brass
and reed band.
NextTuesday, the 5th instant, tho Ju
dicial Democratic convention will bo held
at DuQiioin, for the purpose of nominating
a candidate for the unexpired term of the
appellate clerkship of this, the Fourth judi
cial district. The delegates from this
county are Messrs M. J. Howley, Angus
Leek and D. T. Linegar. Tho alternates
aro Messrs. 1). J. Foley, I. Farubaker nnd
Goo. W. Hendricks. Since tho ratio of rep
resentation which was taken as a basis for
the selection of theso delegates was after
wards established to bo the proper basis by
tho resident members of tho state central
committee, tho delegates proper will not
have to avail themselves of tho privilege to
either increase or decrease their number,
which privilege was given thetn by a reso
lution of the county mass convention on
the 2filh ultimo.
--Cull and see our very latest Cader,
Blue and other colors in flanel suitings
and other new styles ot dress goods. Hav
ing been early at the market we had the
advantage of selecting a splend line of tho
above mentioned goods and other kinds
of fall and winter Dry Goods, Carpets and
Oil Cloths and which wo offer at the very
lowest prices. GomhtinkA Rosenwater.
A meeting of the joint citizens and
council committee on water works for this
city was held at The Hallidav Friday night.
Every member of the commit toe was present.
A session of somothing over an hour was
held and tho written proposition of Mr.
Lock wood was discussed in all its boariugs,
as woro also biicIi questions as naturally
suggested themselves in connection with
tho subject of water works. Tho conclu
sion arrived at was, what might have been
expected, that tho proposition aforesaid bo
not accepted. A letter recieved by corpor
ation couusel Gilbert from a responsible,
gentlemen in Charlotte, North Carolina, in
which said gentlemen offers to undertake
the performance of tho obligations entered
into by Mr. Traverse Daniel with the city
council some time ago, was read.
The committee thought it well
give to this offer further consideration
after having hoard again from its author,
No plan was drawn up, The report of the
committee to the city council next Tuesday
night will not bo as full ot interest as some
expected but it will reflect the sentiment of
the pevplu generally.
The following, written in a horribly
scrawley hand, hi irregular lines on b pos
tal card has dashed into smithereens our
claims that tho most successful murderers
of orthography and good sense were the
typocs and proof-readorsof tho average
printing offico : barclay bros dear sir i seat
myself two Rite you a fewlines two see if you
woo 1 givo mu a job pedlen your medseu
Kilo booh and let mo know what you will
doo J R barclay bros back at
texsitty wilem county ills." This card was
received yesterday by Messrs. Bar
clay Bros, ami kindly handed
us for publication. Wo were glad to
get it then, but have had rea
son t ) regret receiving itVmeo. It fell into
tho bands of tho best compositor in The
Bulletin newsroom, and he forthwith left
his c ise, quietly picked up the shooting
stick and discharged it at tho spot where
his brains should, have been. Next the
fellow who always distorts our manuscript
so horribly screwed up his courage to the
sticking point and "tackled" tho card. Ho
was accustomed to typographical distortions
of every inscription and he had labored
through tho task before him after an hours
steady application, but at the end of tho
time ho suddenly sprang from his sent,
stowl for a moment in the middle of the
room, glared at tho editor with wild,
"IU-see-ynu in" look, clutched tho air
franticly with his hands, gave a piercing,
demoniac shriek and fell into the arms of
tho "devil" who hurried him quietly during
the night. But this was not all. The edi
tor became cross-eyed while reading the
proof, the foreman dislocated both wrists
and his neck while making up tho forms,
every belt and pulley iu tho press room
was busrted, tho prew and engine strained
like tho Republican party at Thomas and
finally, also like that party, flew into frag
ments, and tha pressman will leave to
morrow for Anna for repairs.
A circular purporting to givo the in
side history of the Democratic congres
sional convention, and claiming that Mio
convention was run by monopolists to the
litter exclusion of working men, has been
circulated in this part of tho district by
Hon. Henry Winter. The object of the
circulars is to excite the working men nnd
grangers to a distrust of the two great par
ties and their candidates (principally of
tho Democratic party and Captain Murphy,
at which and at whom the silly venom is
chiefly aimed), and to mislead them into
a more hearty and more numerous support
of the Greenback candidate if one be nomi
nated. Tho reason why tho Dem
ocratic party aud candidate are made the
principal targets is because tho leaders of
this party gently but firmly rejected all
offers of fusion. Tho congressional central
committee of tho Greenback party will
meet at Anna on the 1 5th instant and wilt
decide wht titer nr not a congressional con
vention shall be held nnd a congressional
candidate be placed in t'le field. The ob
jvet Li to amuse thoGreeuback element in
tho district, bo as to bring out a full delega
tion in the congressional convention that
seems sure to be held soon. Mr. Winter
says that ho is not iu favor of putting a
congressional ticket in the flold, and that
he will do all he can against it. But Mr.
Winter's actions and words are somewhat
at varieuco. Tho fact that tho circulars
bear strong evidences of a Wintry origin and
that Mr. Winter has industriously circulated
them would see tn to show that, since, as he
believes, both Republicans and Democrats
of the district havo ignored the handful of
Ureenbackers, he for one is in fnvor of inde
pendent action by the party of inflation.
If tho Greenbackers will but think for a
moment without prejudice, they will see
that they do the Democratic party of tho
district a great wrong when they chargo it
with ignoring tho working men and tho
grangers. Mr. Linegar, for instance, Ims
been a life-long granger aud is proud of
his farm trucks. Ho raises the tallest corn
in the district seventeen feet high to an
inch. A man who owns a farm Uji in
which such corn is raised must of necessity
bo a granger after tho granger's own heart.
Aud Capt. Murphy is a working man, Ho
has been a working man all his life. If he
had not been ho could not havo honestly
accumulated tho means ho has. He is a
working man now, and those of his oppo
nents who do not believe that he is, will be
compelled by bitter experience to acknowl
edge it when tho election is over. The
Democratic party is tho grangers' party
and tho working men's party. Captain
Murphy is a good enough granger and work
ing man, and will march on to victory in
November singing: "I want to bo a gran
ger and with the grangers stand. With
hay seed on my cranium, and a pitchfork
in my hand," etc.
Since the probabilities that there would
be a Prohibition, as well as a Democrat and
Republican candidate, in the field for the
statu legislature, aro fast developing into an
abs ilute certainty, we ask tho many read
ers of The Bulletin not to bo too hastey
in their conclusions us to whom they will
support. Theso aro certainly times in
which il is proper that "wo rnako luiHto
slowly." Lot us, as true patriots, think
slowly before wo commit oursolves to this
man or that man ; to this policy or that pol
icy. Theso sentiments of reform havo for
years been working themselves into public
favor, and if it bo a fact "that coming
events cast their shadows before," how im
portant that we bo not too hastey in our
conclusions; but thoughtful and consider
Aro there not principles involved in tho
selection of proper legislators, that riso
above mere party affiliations?
As Democrats nnd as Republicans we
owe it to our country, we owo it to our chil dren,
that fitness of character as well as
qualifications, govern u in our selection of
legislators. Let them bo indeed represent
ativo'men ; men of sober, upright, unblem
ished character. l1.
LIFE AT THE SPRINGS.
Dixon Spiunos, III., Aug. 20,1883.
Editor llulUt n :
We havo quite a number of guests at the
Springs. Among the number are Mrs.
Bennett and family, Mrs. Green, Mr. Goo
Corliss, Mr. Howley and son, Miss. Lillio
Phillips, and Mr. W. P. Wright, all of
Cairo; Captain W. G. D uivess, of Nashville;
Captain Colo Marretta, of Ohio; Lou
McCoy, Oolconda; J. Yager and family, and
W. A. Drips and wife, of tt.L.mis.
Among those fiom Paducah are
Messrs. Colo Ovey and Segeufelter.
Mrs. J. L. Murphy, mid Hon. W. K. Mur
phy of Piuekueyville, the last mentioned is
a nominee for congress, is expected to
make a speech here the 5th of September.
We arc holding court aud havo
never censed sineo the famous dog case.
Tho presiding Judge of this session of this
term of tho coutt is Judge L. M. Cobb, who
looks over his glasses with a dignified nir.
Mr. John Segeufelter is justice of the peace
and ho has united with silken
hands several couples, we dare
not mention. A-long those on trial were:
Mr. Jos. Lomeu, who was arrested for
darning the water course for fishing pur
poses and was found guilty, and sentenced
to the Black Marie for thirty days.
Mr. S. M Coff was arrested for keeping
late hours, and was sentenced to bo mar
ried and bring his wife to Dixon by this
timo next year, or bo banged by the neck
Many more were tried for different of
fences. After court adjourned wo auctioned off
all the bachelors nnd widowers, and some
brought enormous prices. Among the first
auctioned off. were: Mr. W. C. Lemen
of Bond county, who is visiting his brother.
He is a very handsome gentleman, is six
feet high, weighs 170 lbs., is of the brunette
stylo and hai mad? many im
pressions on the young ladies,
judging from tho number of bids bo ro
ceived He was sold to a dashiog brunette
of Cairo for a hundred thomatid dollars.
( Tho next on the stand was our dignified
proprietor w ho was toon bid in by an agent
hero from Paducah who was sent by a
graceful petite brunette, we think from tho
llash of his dark eyes he was well pleased
with his salo. When Mr. John Segeufelter
was put on the stand there woro three old
maids and a widow crowded to the front,
but the widow, who is handsome, dashing
and charming, carried off the prize as wid
ows usually do in a contest of this kind.
And uncle John has never ceased to smile.
Mr. L. M.Ovey camo next and lightly step
ped upon the plutforni while bis laughing
eyes scanned tho audience to see who would
take him captive. A queenly blonde step
ped forward and gracefully laid down forty-five
cents and carried, off the cake. As
tho price could not bo agreed uron Mr.
Cobb is still for sale. Wo havo a few more
widows and young ladies if there is any
who wish to puichaso they had better come
over at once. We will give you further par
ticulars in our next. U.vo.
GUITEAU S BONES.
Washington, Aug. 31. Guiteau's skele
ton is now at tliu National Army Medical
museum in this city, but will not be exhib
ited to the public. The final disposition
of tho bones of the assassin has not yet
been determined upon and cannot bo until
Judge Hagner decides as to the validity of
Guiteau's will, in which he bequeathed his
body to Dr, links.
The experts, who were engaged in mi
croscopical examination of Guiteau's brain,
have c nnpleied their work. It is iimfor
stood they already disagree in their con
clusions respecting his sanity, and there
will probably ho two reports rendered.
The secretary of war has divided tho
Mississippi river into four sections between
Cairo nnd the head of tho passes for the
purpose ol improvement and construction
and repair of levees, as follows:
First district -Cairo to foot of Island
No. 40; Ctpt. John I). Knight placed in
charge, with headquarters at Memphis or
Cairo, ut hi.4 discretion.
Second district -Island No. 40 to tho
mouth of Wliite river; Capt. Alexander
Miller assigned iu clinrgo with station at
Third district White river to Warren
ton; Capt. W. L. Marshall in charge, with
station at Vicksburg.
Fourth district Warrenton to head of
passes; Maj. Amos Stickney iu charge, with
station st Now Orleans.
It is understood that this work will now
ho pushed by tho war department. The
work on the levees will bo done by contract
after advertisement, and that on the river
itsolf by day's work, as it cannot well be
MACON COUNTY DEMOCRATS AND
The Democratic convention of Macon
couuty, upon the motion of Mr. C. A. Ew-
log, adopted the following resolutions:
Resolved, That we recognize, as funda
mental, the right of the people to mako tho j
organic law of this state; and that it Is f
the duty of the general assembly, when an
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aiueuumeoi io uiu coiindiuiioii is demand
ed ny ft piinuc sentiment oj sulllcient mag-
nituiie io rentier mo issue a question ot
doubt, to submit, in a proper way, such an
amendment to tho vote ot the people ad will
meet such a demand.
Resolved, Tlmt if the existing demand
for the submission of nil amendment nf n...
constitution of the state of Illinois prohibit-
uigtlie manutiictureaiid sale of intoxicating
Honors shall continue until the nieetiio of
tho next general assembly of this state, and
-l. .il it. . t ..
snail men oe oi sucii proportions as to just
ify a doubt iib to Mio result of a popular voto
upon such an amendment if submitted, or
to immce tno Dciiei mat it would bo adopt
ed, it would then bo the duty of the general
assembly to submit such an amendment to
the people of this state.
Resolved, That if the manufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquors should bo pro
hibited, it would bo the duty ot tho state
to make just compensation to individuals
whose property might thereby be de
stroyed or materially sacrificed, and the
general assembly should provibe proper
means for so doing.
T Pltl.NTlNti OITH KS -Wo hv a lare
stork of 'iUllli, No, 1 "M" iikak tlmt we will U to
iiruiter. only, In lota of nut Ivan Hum two r anie, st
i lit per roam csnli. Address K A. Humi'tt. Uul
Ivlln I mice.
AN S er 1(1 horae iocr nyrU'lit -iitftn.. In nuod
condition, aud i dmt linrionoil 1 flue hnlli-m,
with all ttie verves, pipes, Lew In liter, drive woll,
wihiMsulc. ftc . new Hnnik ftie k all complete,
pr'teHV). Address K. A Harnett, Cairo, 111. tf.
The Cairo & Mound City
:I'.t KKT TIT),:
A. B. S AFFORD SO
W. H. MOORE, Master.
Prom "eptmihr-r 'Hi until further Dotlco will
like trips as fuLows:
Leaves Cairo at 7:30 a. ra., U :00 a. in. and 4:10
p. m .
Leaves Mound Cltv at 6::J0 a. m., 1 p m and
6 :'te p. m.
Can b endued for cscursloss an i vmlng after
ILLINOIS CENTRAL, R. R.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th
At 3;V p. m arrlvlui; in CMra:o ?:.' a. to.
Only 89.00 For Tho
pickets good raturultiK until September 1 Jtb,
THIS TRAIN KI NS TIIHot till to CHICAGO
without cliatii. J. II . .IONKS. Ticket iitfeut.
A. II. HANSON, General I'oereiii.'ur agent.
Great MINNEAPOLIS FAIR
THE FAMOUS RED RIVER
& YELLOWSTONE COUNTRY
HAII.lt OA I)
Will run Their last Excur
sion to Minneapolis and
Points on the N. P. and
Leaving Cairo at 3:50 p. m. Sunday, Sep
tember 4th, 188').
Faro for the round trip as follows:
CAIRO TO MINNEAPOLIS. MIN
NESOTA AN I RETURN .... 62 1.50
Cairo to CrookKtow.., Minn, and return J (l M
uraud Korke. Oa. " ' 31 OS
" .Inmestown, " " " 8d 55
" Mismarrk " " "... (Kl
" Mllee City ' . 4j oo
Tlckela to Minneapolis will bo Rood to return
only 11 day from data of shIo, Tickets to polnta
on tho Northern Paclnc, and St. I'., M. A H : rail
roudM, will be good to return wltlilu :)o ilnye from
Stop-over privilege prauted at tiny point on tho
N. P. or Mtinltolia roads.
Hlnoptnu Cars will run throiiuu from Ceutralia to
Minneapolis, Price, Double H-tIIi, ?.1.im.
Remember, this will bo n 'I'lirounh Train No
Chiini-o of Cars with the bent of accommoda
tion. The Minneapolis Fairs liuve no vipml In the conn,
try tiinriunlUK September -It h and elos in; and
the ou the Uth.wlll eieel anything til' the kind ovor
held oa the American Continent
SEE KAIR RILLS FOR PARTICULARS.
J. V. -MERRY, Kxcnrfiou Acent.
JIIAS. B. Fair & CO.
1'roprleloi'tj of Iron imd Machine
Coruor Nlueth and Washington avenue,
AM KIN D8 OF M ACIItN R
WOHK, HOIMCK WORK AND
ATTENDED TO AT K1SA80N lUK
We rlso have a number of SKCOM) BAND
SNQINK8 AND BOILEKS, for iaIo cheap.