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TIIJ3 DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, isko.
TIIK DAILY IIULLETltt
OFFICK: NO. 73 OHIO LKVEE.
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TIIANSMISSIOX TIIKOUGII TIIK MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS KATES.
OPrdCiAL I'APKR OF CITY AND COCNTT
uv r 1 1 nti ri lo aiiiiounro that K. A.
WILH INK. r .lelfrrsoii county. i candidate
for Cler-volUn V,n Hl ' Court 111 tho roiirlh
UivHl in of luin otit. miiijiiot to thti ilociiitou of a
cauveatiun f tun ll-.tmicfuiic puny
arc 'i utiori.ii'l to iiiitioiino Inn nanm
WAl.TrlU VAIt.tiCit n ciuJI'l i e for tie) iittlce
of ijouu y J !!.;! of AlnM.uk' r County.
Wt; ar- aullioruwl to aiiiiounro .lilstlce .HllIN
II. IIOIH N so m a an unleiiunduut caad'.iWti! for
County ,uJ;i! at Urn coming Novmnoer ulutttau.
W arc aiilbori.c-d toaimontKO Mr. MILES V,'.
I'AKK KK h an Itidufx'iidenl candidate for Irras
nrer of Alexander county ul tho comlutf November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Not:rc Hi tni coliimn. I'Uiit emu V' llnu for
first ami live c!ita pur itiiu rb snlisuijueiit inser
llou. Km cin wk, .' cvnts ixt liou. i'or one
ti onth.ooceii'K I'or Une.
Dissolution of ilopArtuersliiii.
The firm of Hiiiklo & Moore is this day
dissolved by uiutml consent, J. II. Moure
retiring. Jesse Hinkle continuing the
business as heretofore. All parties having
claims against the II rm are requested to
present tor payment. Those indebted will
please com forward aud settle.
J. H. Moore.
Caiho, 111., Sept. 14, 189a. It
Old Machinery Casting's Wanted
at Reunic's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
U John T. Resnie.
at D.B.iun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith it IJrinktnyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue ncarSth
street, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of cewest patents
tor euititiy and are ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed tit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can bo sold. U-o-1 m
at DcBiun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Flour i cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customers may get tlio ben
tlit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
a for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You get the
full wortli of your money. Try it.
9-2-Im. ,. Frank Kratky.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE!!
Out of the tire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is at present fc the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween 8th and 9th streets." Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at PcBaunV, 5(i Ohio levee.
Summer Kxeiirsiuu Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad lias now on
tale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer reports in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kites low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. J I. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBaun's flfi Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Pale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are untitled that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiirs store wdiere
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 wogons. tf.
Use Th k Caiho Bcij.ki in iorfoiatd
M.ratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally g,x for ink or pencil. 'Fur
sate, in uiree tuz.ua, at the office. No. 2 and
!(. live aud ten cent each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gnms
lots to the trade.
Evjuy one will Ibid a general tonic in
"Lindseys Improved Blood Searcher."
Druggists Hell it. It's what you want.
Ir does not cure every thing! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to tho
life-giving properties r.nimtitutliig Hops
ami Malt Bittern. People who have be
come discouraged should resort to this new
A. M. Doyle, of Columbus, (la., sayi
that from exp riutico he knows "tellers'
Liver Pill" to be tho best iu use.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcea lu theaa common, tnn cni nr litis,
rh insertion and whether markod or not, if calca-
l itt'd lo fownrd any man's bualuesi interest re
always paid for.
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southornllls. tf.
IUarJ ftt Dixon Springs has been re
luced to $1.00 per week for September
deceived, a shipment of choice Wis-
consm creamery and dairy butter, at O. I).
Williamsons, 70 Ohio levee. 4t
Read the "Kate Ureenuway" pro
gramme for to-night, and you would not
for the world miss attending it.
Uennic's new bmndry wants old
machinery castings. Re id the advertise
ment. An artesian well at Fulton, 111., had
reached a depth of 2,200 feet when last
Samuel J. Tilden has caused it to go
forth that, in consequence of nge and
ill health, he will-not be a candidate lor
any office in the future.
Until the 25th of this month proposals
will be recieved at the post -olHce here for
building the inacvlcmized road between
Mound City and the cemetary.
One of the i' Frosty Twenty" requested
us to inform the public this morning that
yesterday was the hottest day of the season
since the 2Sth of Augtut. We have done so.
--Call at Smith & Brinkmeyer's merchant
tailors, ami seo their elegant English mer
cers and Scotch casimers, all of latest pat
erns. If you want a good suit try
Two negroes, each named John Biown,
quarreled and fought yesterday. They
were brought before Justice Robinson, and
John Brown was fined five dollars and cost,
while John Brown was acquitted.
Messrs. Sterulieinnr and Bradstkld,
gf New Y'ork, are in the city since Wednes
day, visiting the former's niece, Mrs. A.
Marx. Mr. Sternheimer was some years
ago a citizen of Cairo.
The first bale of new cotton from Tex
as passed through here yesterday on the
St. Louis and Texas R. R. for Gilkiiison
and Sloss, St. Iuiia.
Received, a shipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, at G. D.
Williamson's, 7G Ohio levee. 4t
Only 0.00 per week for balance of this
season at Dixon Springs. The hotel will
not close this fall.
Go to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, unavcs etc. The
best simp in southern Ills. tf
The Y'oung People's Kate Greenaway
conceit to-night should be visited by every
person in the city. It will be an entertain
ment well worth attending.
After a long and bitter struggle, in
which a vote was emmitient, the colored
people of East St. Lonis have enforced the
enrollment of their children in tho white
people's schools. As a consequence of this
the disruption of the school is threatened.
A votu for the Republican state ticket
is a vote in favor ol lowering tho public
school system of the stato to a component
part of a partisan political machine, and
putting a professional politician, not an ex
perienced educator, at the head of it.
Wednesday evening, at a meeting of
the teachers of the Methodist Sunday
school, Mr. P. W. Barclay resigned the mi
perintendeiiey of the Sunday school after a
long and very satisfactory incumbency.
Mr. W. II. Oakley was elected as Mr.
-I ho work or repairing tlio damages
done by the hurricane to the gas works
has now extended to the demolished re
servoir. The iron for a new reservoir has
artived and so have a couple of skilled
mechanics who are now engaged in put
ting it up. Tho new reservoir will In;
I nger and stronger than the old one was.
--Sells Pros, circus drew an imnieusi
cnovd of people to Paducah yesterday. It
was the first show Paducah had seen for
sumo time and everybody was on a qui vive
The ticket agent counted 'J,il(ll tickets sold
at both performances. The great tent was
crowded, standing room being at a preiui
Mr. A. Black's new shoo shop is now
in full bla.t and is turning out sumo of tho
finest hand-made goods in the city. It is
stocked with all the best material used in
the trade, and tho work is done by an ex
pcrienced shoemaker, hence Mr. B'.ack
feels safe in guaranteeing that all work
done in his shop will prove satisfactory.
Call on him now and leave order for your
f'4ll foot-gear. It.
Translated from the Omnibus: The
horse-handler Jacobson desires from tho
t'apt. S. a horsu to buy, which blind is,
without Jacobson ktiowiuir itls blind. H.
sends the handler into Lis horse stall, there
with he himself the horse tosee. As Jacob
son back comes, asks him tho Captain
"Well, JucoIihoii, have you tho horse seen?"
Jacobson- "Yes, but tho horse litis t.:o not
The visiting colored Sir Knights had
a grand day yesterday. A meeting for
business was held in tho forenoon, a flno
procession headed by tho Comiquo bund
m tho ufleruooM, and at night they assetu
bled at Hartman's hall to close tho celebra
tion with interesting exercises of a varied
character. The Local organization exerted
itself to its utmost to make their visitors
feci at homo and they doubtless succoeded.
When the lepublicans prate ot tlio
democratic "obstruction" that prevented
the passage of Iho tax-reduction bill, it will
be well to remember, says tho Columbus
(O.) Times, that this bill was reported af
ter tho republicans, in spite of "obstruc
tion," had stolen six democratic seats in
the house. A majority available in election
contests whines ot its inability to reduce
taxation, though made stronger by its rob
bery. We have received from Messrs. E. T.
Root A Sons, No iiOS State St., Chicago, 111.,
the following two musical gems. Tho first
"A Hieland Laddy." A quaint and charm
ing little Scotch piece for tho piano, nf the
fourth grade of difficulty. Cannot fail to
delight any one who has a touch of senti
ment. Price, 50 cents. Tho second, "Origi
nal Five SteRjWultz," with figures in full
for dancing; by C. R. Sidney, author of the
West Scottischo. This is suro to bo popu
lar with all lovers of Terpsichore. Price,
At a meeting of the board of county
commissioners held s nne time ago it was
decided that the amount duo the county
from the government, for swamp lands,
should be applied to the improvement of
the court house. Tho money has been re
ceivedabout twenty seven huudred dol
larsand they should now hasten the con
templated improvement. The objects in
any city, which go further than any others
to form a stranger's opinion of the pi, ice
generally, are its public buildings its
court house, schools, jails, council chamber,
etc. And, certainly, a siht of Cairo's
court liuse would invariably force the con
clusion that either the county board was
bhiitless, or that the county was bankrupt
n-i'her of which conclusion would be true,
however. Let the work of improvement be
commenced as soon as possible.
Last night's opening performance at
the Opera House was a brilliant succesi in
everyway. There was a good audience,
the parquet and dress circles being well
filled, and it was a very refined and fashion
able audience, too. The company, John
A. Stevens' Comic Opera company, was a
large on; and composed entirely of line
artists as was apparent from tlreir uiidi-
tion of the Jolly Bachelors. The pice in
itself is a very entertaining one, and as
pioicnt'-d by this company last night it was
irreslstable and elicited much applause
from the audience. The company was
dressed in beautiful costumes, which lent
additional attraction to tho performance.
The songs and dances were exquisite and
perfectly rendered. Etichores were frequent.
Tho company and the opera house manage
ment covered themselves all over with glory
and have reason to feel satisfied at the re
cognition their efforts receive I at tho hands
of the audience. The music of Prof. Storer's
orchestra win good and spoke well for every
member of the band.
-To- I to Harry Witcainp cone to this
:uii!ry li mi Germany and settled down in
this city in 1842. c w;.s then nliiw.t
without loc-ui?, but by perseverance, indus
try and quiet attention to his own all'iin,
r which qualifications he was remarkable,
: succeeded ill accumulating considerable
property, lie was an cxcmplaiy citiz. 'ii in
every way, never engaged in any ilillicul-
tic.s, always piirstieiitg his duties toward so-
ciety, himself and his family, and was one of
the staiinchest and oldest members of
th" Luihirau church toward the uii-
uilding of which ho contributed liber
ally, lie was firm in bis attachments,
th lo persons and things. IIo had
undying faith in Cairo and her future.
Hi; owned two or three farms in this
county, not far from the city, all in line
condition. His crops this year stand tin-
u-ually fine, and he expected to reap a
rich harvest from every acre. His wife,
Catharine, died about eleven years ago,
and In- never entirely rot over bis grief
or her Io.sh. His last words were are
quest that he bo buried by her side, which
was done. Had he lived until the 9th of
next month ho would have been sixty-six
yean old, yet be was, only shortly before
hisdeath, appaiently a hearty man, seem
ing to h ive many years of vigorous life
before him. His death was undoubtedly
the icsult of his fall from the wagon a day
or two before his death, in which he re
ceived an injury of the shoulder and spino
w hich caused paralysis. His funeral Wed
nesday was largely attended by bis many
friends, both Gctuain and American.
Services were held in tho Lutheran chinch
and at the grave by Rev. Schucliart. Fiyo
children survive Mr, Whitchanip three
sons and two daughters one of each
being married. All reside in this city,
ami all led very deeply their great loss.
THE (QUEEREST QUADRUPED IN THE
A vertiblo Ant Bear, toe first one ever
seen In tho United States, is on exhibition
in Foiepaiigh's Mammoth Menagerie. If
our readers will consult their natural In
tory, they will see that this strango niiltnal
Is fully entitled to ho considered tho queer
est quadruped in tho world.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC,
Cairo, HI,, Sept. 13, 1882.
It lias been my purpose, at tho proper
time, simply to return my sincero thanks
to f'o citizens of Cairo, through the press,
for the valuable and 1 might say, timely,
assistant rcudcrod us at tho late fair and
festival, given for tho purpose of aiding us
in tlio completion of our new convent
building, but as I have just received a
telegram from my Superiors calling mo to
another field of labor, and am about, in
obedience to that summons, to hi. 1 farewell
tainy friends In Cairo, I may bo permitted
to say a word or two more.
During the timo I have been connected
with the convent in Cairo, which has been
upwards of twelve years, I am happy to be
able to say that our relations with the
people of Cairo have ever been of tho most
harmonious and pleasant character. It is
true that we have, at times, had our share of
bright hopes for the prosperity of our insti
tution and probably as many disappoint
ments, but, amidst those hopes and disap
pointments we can truthfully say that wo
have at all times found tho good people of
Cairo, steadfast friends of the great cause
to which we have devoted our lives. In
taking my leave, I can only say that my
removal from Cairo, hn been brought
about by no wish or choice of mine.
In conclusion I ask for my most worthy
successor, the same great kindness that
you have ever extended to me.
That God may bless and prosper the
good, kind people of Cairo, irt the wish of
my heart. Very respectfully,
Dixon Snuvis, Sept. 8th, 1882.
Pleas anivitre to tho people in gener il
through the of The Bulletin,
that as the hot weather and tho rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try the Dixon Springs water, I have
concluded to i educe rates during the
months of Sept. and October, or tho bal
ance of the season, to six dollails per
week. This is because those who desire
to come will be not for pleasure so much
as for tho benefit to be derived from a
free ne of these wonderful medicinal
J. E. Ll.ukn, Proprietor .
SOME PROPERTY STATISTICS.
The amount of increase in 1882 of tl.e
gios assessment of the property of this
county over the assessment of 18S1 is
SVV178. The amount of increase in the
assessment of 1S81 over that of 1880 was
$18,031. A total increase in two years of the
gross assessment of the property in Alex
ander county of $107,112.
The htn unit of increase in the assess, d
va'tiation of the property of the entiro state
in 1882, over the valuation of 1881, is fl,58;j.
The increase of the assessed valuation of
1881 over that of 1880, was $0,572,1537, and
yet we are told that the enormous increase
in the rate of taxation for st ite purposes
during the 1-st two years was due chiefly to
to the d-;creu-e in the assessed valuation of
In 1) the assess-d valuation of the
property of the state was $731), 402, 45, and
the rate of taxation for state purposes
was ) ceii' i on the one Imndered dollar.
In 1881 the valuation of the property of
the sO.te was $7 10,0:1 4,85 .', r $0,572,oo7
moie than the assessment of 1880. It
would seem, therefore, that with this in
creased valuaiiou and the extinguished
state debt the pel cent, ol taxation should
have been less than it was in 1880, but it
was not. On the contrary it was inoie;it
was nearly half again as much; it was 10c.
on the one hundred dollars.
In 181 the assessed valuation of prop,
ertywas decrease I from that of 1880 in
five counties of this congressional district
an I increased in the five others. The de
cease was as follows: Jackson, $21,007;
l'erry, $10,402; Pulaski, $I4,!)42; Rmdolph,
$22,2!4; Union, $7,722 -a total decrease
of $-12,517. The increase was as follows :
Alexander, $18,0:jl: Johnson, $2,104;
Massac, $02,251; Pope,
Williamson, $!lf),081-a total
of $275, 087. It appears, therefore, that
the increase in the valuation of the prop
city of the entire district in 1881 over 1880
was $10:1,170, and yet the people of the
district had to pay in 1881 a rate of taxa
tion nearly one-half again as large as that
of the year before and why? "Because,"
say our R publican npologists, "tho as
sessed valuation of the property in the dis
trict in 1881 was less (?) than it was in
This year, 1882, tho assessed valuation
of tho propeity of this congressional dis
trict is $570,027 greater than it was in
1881. This year's increase over last year
was about three times us much as was the
increase of 1881 over the year before
Therefore, if the increase in tho valuation
of 1881 over 1880 necessitated tho increase
of the rate of taxation to tho extent of
lifly tier cent, it is reasonable to
conclude that thii year's increase in
tho valuation of property will necessitate
an increase in tho rate of taxation over
last year of three times fifty percent., which
is one hundred and fifty per cent. Last
year's rate being 40c on tho $100, this
year's rate should be $1.;18 on the $100. It
it is not wo shall lose faith in Republican
These figures were obtained from a hullc
tin received from thmtftto board of cqualiza
tion and may bo taken as reliable.
OUR BICYCLE CORRKSl'ONDIJNT.
ON TltlC UANKS OK TIIK "oLU MISSISSI1T1,
STILL UOM.IN'U TOWARD TUB PACIFIC.
Ohco more I grab my faithful pen to
tell the kind readers of Tuie 1 ti 'i.i I.TIM Mint
am alive mi J lively, and farther west than
at this time last week. I ma now in Rock
sland, Illinois, nnd it is Monday, Sept.
11th. I got hero on Baturday afternoon
last, and to day take an "olf-shoot" to
Moline, Illinois. Returning from there, I
will spend to-morrow in Davenport, Iowa,
just across the river from Rock Island,
and there, push on west. Wednesday of
last week I spent iu Hennepin, county seat
of Putnam county, on a visit to Will E.
iCddy, a friend and fellow journalist, and
from there returned to Princeton, Thurs-
lay. Leaving Princeton at 10:.'!0a. m.,
Friday, I started on my wheel for this
place, about seventy five miles in the
roundabout wsy I was forced to take. At
Sheffield, fourteen miles from Princeton, I
took dinner, rested a little and thtm pushed
. . .. . .i ! i . . r
on to U;neseo, loriy tnreu nines iriu
riticeton, where I arrived in time for a
late supper. Saturday morning at about
eight o'ejock I again mounted my Columbia
and arrived here about the middle of the
atternoon, having come about thirty-two
miles. Several miles beini; added to the
usual distance by bridge wushoutsjeausing
change of roads. I have had very rough
wheeling all the way, From Princeton to
Genesco the mads were exceedingly rough,
ind from the last named town to this
place they b ive been very hilly and sandy.
At one jilsc", a short distance c-t of Shef
field I conic to where the road ran through
a swamp, and here ymir humble servant
went oil' into a brilliant oratorical display
over Illinois roads, but as there was nothing
but frogs around to hear him, his t-peech
was unrecorded. At the end of the ovation
he hauled off his shoes and stockings and
putting these ai tides under his left arm
ind grabbing his machine with bis right
hand ho boldly waded through the awful
place, and then spent some time on the
ther side trotting in ship shape again.
How often I have sighed for gravel roads
and thought how I would fly if I only
had them. Our eastern bicyclers if the
could only sec some of the roads I have
gone over would be surprised to think a
machine could be forced thn uh such places
and what to me seems nice, easy roads,
they would hardly ri le over if they enuld
help it. Let them imagine ft r- t l with a
leep wheel rut on each side, nod a big
rough ride in the mi Hie, wi.n aoout
twelve inches of space where the horses
walk on each side the ridge, full of lux f
holes, and they have fac simile of the roads
I h ive to travel. There is no ro.in to pass
teams, consequently a dismount must be
made every time a team is met whone dri
ver is not accninmistating enough to turn
out. And it is a difficult matter to
mount again on twelve or fourteen inch
width ot a rough road, too; and also hard
on the arms holding the machine straight
ahead over holes, lurnp, etc., to keep it
from running into one of the afore men
tiotied ruts or the lumpy ndge in the mi 1
lie of the road and giving you a "header.'
I think when at last I strike good thorough
fares, Ifwll feel ho trood that I will not
knew what to do with myself. Yet a per
son must take the bitter and the sweet,
aud perhaps it is a good thing for ine that
most of my bitter conns in the opening
The country pained through until I got
to Geneseo was very hue, and the crops
heavy, but from Geneseo to this point the
country is sandy and broken, and the farm
ers complaining. Considerable is done
through this part o the country, however,
in the way of coal mining:
The old Mississippi is now at its usual
depth, and looks grand with its skiffs and
sail boats, ferry and steamboats, big boats
and little boats, and boats of all descrip
tions. But a few hours since was down to
the river aud saw the "Mountain Belle," a
stern wheel steamer, go by with a great
raft of logs, probably 250 or 1100 feet on
each of its four sides the raft, not the
logs. The river hardly seems as wide as
at Quincy, yet it is broad enough to look
grand and to Like several seconds for a
ferry boat to cross. Much as I love the
water, I shall be glad to depart trom hero
to morrow, because, as yet, I have enjoyed
but lil'h- sleep o'liigbts oil account of the
dingnatioii "i keeters." This is a grand part
of llie world for Ilii S and mosquitoes, and
all kinds ol bugs that lii) you ami make
you paw around and say irreligious things.
I ought to have gone, to church yesterday
but I didn't, I only sat around all day and
dozed, and felt mean, and didn't want to
be a m'stdonary or anybody that was good,
because the night before the plagued mos
quitoes chewed me till I looked like a
sin ill pox patient just breaking out. The
mosquitoes here aro of enormous size, and
have bills about the size of horseshoe
nails. You can't catch 'em iimUniush 'em,
I have tried it for hours. I wanted to
spend a day on the old "Mississippi" aud
catch a lish, but I will not have time, and
the ever patient perusers of Tim Bulletin
will bo saved the horrors of another fish
Rock Island is quite a nice old town, and
has some pretty places within its gates.
In court house square is n line monument
erected to tho honor of the fallen heroes of
Rock Island county. But tho court house
itself looked grim, quiint and queer. I
waj out Saturday night listening to the
baud playing nt tho park. They made
good music, and it didn't cost a cent.
They givo freo open uir music evory Satur
day night. Rock Island is providod with
water works, gas aud tho electric light and
puts on other city airs, It contains be.
tween 12,000 and 15,000 souls; and from
the superabundance of liquor saloons about,
I would judge that some of them were
I visit Moline, the great maiuitactuiing
town of Western Illinois, to day, and
Davenport, Iowa, to-morrow. Will toll
you about it next week. My next letter
will piobably be dated at Des Moines,
Iowa. T, Ti. Will Rose,
NKW A I) VKUTlNJ-.il t:S"H.
Noilcui lu this coin inn ibreo lliim ur Iec -ir, rf.i.
oni) limertlon or $ II) " r week.
VOH RUNT On the corner ol Funrterntb ntwet
I W m mIi III i.fnll i.Vi.iiiih lun l.,i,.l. ... .......
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tuicl two cultB ol roiiinn suttiildo for llubi honee-
PK- JVVV l l( LI.ACll,
On tlni pri-inUr.
LMR SALK.-dliunks. C'TmllTtl M .7r2ae, Sou wi
W (irrfiii I v mi H Wii ri-uio v O. ...,(.. ... ..... i..n...i-
loh clHou 71 Ohio Levee
WANTM), TO HL'V-Kiifin.h.H'i.eal cottaco
or tliri.'t- or four rooma. Mum la- cimHii.
Al.fcX. II. IRVIN.
, i. ,-..1- ,-. u iinvu a mrifu
utockuf W, No. I "M" in.-Ma Unit wo wll', aell to
priiilura only, In l itit of not lexi Ul in t .vo r. ami., at
.10l.M..MIM Ui, llt.l,...,!.- . It ... .. .
T l l'lt VTI vl iii-ni-i u , .
. .. ,.-.,. ..uin v;i, a. j)-.irueu. 13UI-
A N S r 10 hor-e ii.m r ii'irikilii mrOi.. In ,.-.i
condition, and li loot lionzoninl 2 flu,. in,i;,.r,
with ull iho v.i.ven. 0i.-. new leuu-i, irlv w,.n
wiiii-ruiik. en- . MrA m, ilj i .i n n R; nun iiU-ii-,
pr': ri. A tiln-ii i;. l li ir em, euro. III. if.
PROPRIETOR OF sl'HoAT'h Pa ! r-JNT
Wholosuilo Dealer in Icr-.
ICF. I'Y THE CAR LOAD OH iVN, A'i'.LL
r':'JF.D FOR S.'I.i PING
Oar I.OiuI.-- .x SeciaUv.
O j1' i ; lu ;
(or. Twelfth Street ami Leree,
Following is the Programme t ) be Ob
served at the Above Named Enter
tainment to be Giveis by the
YO UN ( i I'F. PL I )S' T K 11 PR NCF.CL U If
at Hartman's I toll
( n the NliMit of
KltlUAY, SKPTHM UK It 1 5th.
Vocal Solo. Par'ilui;" by iil (iril- M'cs lluttio
liiHtrnimoitul OtH-t, --I'lict and I'i nau t Vl
in A inn sml i (i niii'ioii-
Voc IliH'i, '-'liie Kixhcrmrn."- M--frn. Iowull
It'-ciiatioii. --l -ire f Uhi- .iimt f in" Mi- Jen
Vinal Solo -Mr. .1. . I.un-.l-n.
IiiKiroini-iita! T lo, W.knfn- ami spr'oi"
V is-t-K Kn'iliiiin. Mrt n and Kiio r:h''ii.
lllllltl-lte. I'llC II.MVl llllf K'lOWrm." to- Will
H. llavK-Mi-Mra. C. W. frank, K.i 11. ,lsmt,
Henrr flalM. Alex Atn-ll and is . . u y Mom-
Vo(l uhi, "Saved J'roni tin- Morrn "-Mr.
(In-i-naway Conn-it -hy tin- t'omnai.y
1AIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Srsitui'dav KvoninSept, 1G
Krii'fti." mi-iit iO"lti:'y llrniti-'i to iiiio nfidit.
Tin! nianajti'iaect tak'- Knoit i!i-auru In niiaoiiuc
in! ttie Hpsvaraucu of the tiluetrioii
The ry Aeuiu of Huflticil Miiistrelcy.
mentcd snd l'crfi;ctd for tha
SEAJSOS 0? iii'-O:.
The onlv tronpo of gunuinc Colored Mliitre! in
ojiKieiico. i. row lied ainl ioeite rud w ith a popu
larity us wide a the tuilvcrne.
III-iACKs-VYI,!, 1U.ACK.S; HUT
mucin rj,v hjuxixil
Uflinl price. The Sillii of ents will hi'ijlll lit
ll'irtiuiin h on 'i'liesduy niornliit'. Sept. i.',
Tho inlvlmiliilitv of suctiruij; m;utK early Is ro
r pi-ctfiilly KULW'teil.
A i;ii;ind hand pannle will he. nivcii at 1J in. en
tiny ol appeariinco h r-i, exhihoini! tho aujiurtj
inns ciil resources of Ihia otV'iniZ'itmn,
; B u it: h;
.JOHN JOHNSON it CO'S
s a l o o N.
Late Koehkr's, on Eighth Street.
CaMfom.ft Wines, CIk- of c.viirv chntco brand
anil Lienors of all ulhila nlwnn on hand. Custom
J ALLIDAY BROTH KIW,
H.0UJ. GRAIN AND IIA
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
C!S tS G O (