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THE DAILY CAIRO IRULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1G, s2
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omuiAL PAPKROF CITY AND COUNTY
V sm aitli'irl.'iil In annoiini-o that K. A. I).
IVILB tNKS, iif J-l-oraoucoiinly, t a candidal))
fur Clur .il l tm A p ilUli) Court lu thu h on rt h
Uivlai u of lilln )M. au'ijtict to the UucUlon of a
inuvoritiou of ihu Domocniilc parly
Wtt 'i itli'irl,.! .1 to Kiinonnco th namo of
WALTS:. Vll Jilll ma candldam for tuo office
of Uuuii y Jul,!- of Alexander County.
We nm nutliorlxnd to announce .Iimtlco JOHN
II. KUBIX.St) .) s au lriilepondoul catidldato Tor
C ounty ,JiuU: at tliu coiuIuk Novomoor olnctlou.
We aro authormed to anuonn;o Mr. MILES V.
PAl.KhK an an InditiiPiidunt candirtuto for treas
urer of Alexander county at thocomluu November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notions In tir column, eifjnt ctmta per lino for
Arit and flvo cema per lino tiach auhfequent tneur
linn. For oiio' wci'k, .neurits pur lino. For ono
noma, Wi cenl pur lino.
CLOSE OUT CONSIGNMENTS,
10 o'clock this morning at No. 23 8th st,
bet. Com 1 and Wash. aves.
Sale positive and without reserve.
It Thus. Winteii, Auctioneer.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
inchest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee,
tt John T. Rennik.
at DcDaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith A iirinkniyer, mer
' chant tuilors, Washington avenue near 8th
street, arereceiviug a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest paterns
torsuitiug and are ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed lit. Their prices
are as low as beBt goods can bo sold. 9-5-1 in
at DeBiun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper 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.
Jly 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 worth of your money. Try it.
9-2-lm. , Fkank Kuatky.
gotoDclJaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and ollice is at present a the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Uth streets."" Orders will be
111 1 I .1- .. , I i-i
u ui; u Bjiiii)) as usual, worn wiioiesiuo aim
retail. IWagons supply regularly every day.
'T t ...... 1.' '
. Fresh Oysters
at Dol.uun's, 5(1 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 an.! Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto ami Niagara Falls. Kales low.
Csll6r address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeUaun's 5'i Ohio leveo.
Receipt books, Cairo date brie, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a-id for sale at thu Cairo Bulletin
Spi-cut's Retail lee Rox.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiirs store where
ice iu aov quantify can at nil times be ob
' tamed. My customers will remember that
thuir tickets will lie punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
' John Hphoat.
-Us Tiik Caiho Hijixktin perforated
wratch-book, made of calendered into
munilla, equally good )(,r ink or pencil For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
3. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on grons
lots to the trade.
Woman's Trim Friend.
A friend in need i a friend indeed This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one i sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly tliono com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail,
A aimIn tr.al alwavs nrnvi imr ,n..-
n i i mm,
They aro pleasant to the taste, and only cost
). - 1. .1,1.. O .1 1 I . J
nny ceuis a uo.uu rv.m vj uairy y,
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion in tho coinuina, ton cent per Una,
tafb insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward any man 'a biulnuaa lul.reat aro
Geo. G. Wichort'8 now billiard hall is
uow open to the public. It
Winter Brothers have received, their
first shipment of oysters. It
Go to Phil U.Saup's for ice cream of
all flavors to-day and to-morrow. It
Wm. Alb;i has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Board lit Dixon Springs has been re
duced to Vi.OO per week Air September
Received, a shipment of choico Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, atG. I).
Williamson's, 70 Ohio lovee. 4t
See special locals for notico of auction
sale by Mr. Thomas Winter at his Eighth
6trect store this morning.
Miss Lizzie Craft of Wisconsin is
visiting the family of Mr. II. Wells in
The firm of Hinkle & Moore, has dis
solved. Mr. Moore retiring, Major Hinkle
will continue the business as it was con
ducted by the old firm.
John Brenner, John Rofton and Henry
Meyers were each, fined ono dollar and cost
by Justice Robinson yesterday for being
The Egyptian war is about over. The
British army has routed Arabi Pasha's
army, and is repotted '.o have captured
The crossings in various parts of the
city need attention. They are, iu some
instances, from four to eight inches above
the existing level of the street, nnd arc an
obstruction to travel.
A turn table is being constructed by
the street railway company, in front of its
stable on Twenty-eighth street, which will
enable the drivers to take the cars into and
out of the stables more easily.
Two trains on the Wabash road, one
goi ig up the incline in the upper portion
ot the city and the other coming down,
nearly collided yesterday afternoon. But
the engineers were on watch and each stop
ped his engine beforo they came together.
The gross earnings of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad for the week ending Sept. 7,
1882, were as follows: Freight $107,130;
passengers, $-lo,"tS: miscellaneous, $28,180.
Total, 181,028. The earnings for the same
period in 1881 were $183,452.
Ono of the neatest billiard halls in
the city is that of Geo. G. Wichert. Go
and see it. It
Goto Winter Brothers' oyster depot
for fresh oysters. It
Received, a shipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, .at G. D.
Williamson's, 70 Ohio levee. 4t
Only $0.00 per week for balance of this
season at Dixon Springs. The hotel will
rmt close this fall.
Go to Wm. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Another mass convention of the Pro
hibitionists of Alexander .county is spoken
of. The object being to nominate a candi
date to fill the vacancy in the county
ticket, caused by tho withdrawal of Mr.
Casper Yost, tho nominee for county clerk.
Belleville Democrat: Mr. Henry Raab
does not profess to be a speaker, but last
Friday evening, at tho ratification meeting,
he clearly demonstrated a remarkablo pow
er for saying much without the usual ver
bosity indulged in by average speakers.
Within the last week or two Mr. Charles
Thrupp Jr., has accepted a position as sur
veyor on the Chicago, St. Louis and New
Orleans railroad. Willie Thrupp, another
son of our Engineer Charles Thrupp, is en
gaged in a similar capacity on the Texas
Yesterday tho Pacific express company,
Mr Hall, nuent, moved to its new quarters
nt tho northeast corner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue. Mr. Hall has had tho
room fitted up and furnished in a noat and
complete manner, so that ho now has one
of tho'pn-tticst nnd handiest little offices in
Wanted, a couple of good carrrier boys
at Tin. Bulletin offico to commence about
1st. of October, must have boys willing to
start out at 5 a. m. and deliver every paper
on their rou'e, before six. lazy boys, or
boys who expect to send paper occasionally
by other boys trusting to luck for their do
livery need tot apply.
-Miss M. Rankin ono of the first
Prolestnnt missionaries to Mexico, is
making a tour of this part ot tho state
delivering lectures upon missionary work.
Her lectures nro interesting and well
delivered. She will bo in this city Mon
day and lecture at tho PresbytorianJ
church Monday night. ,
To paint an orange peel on tho side
walk so natural that ono may slip up upon
it may bo considered by some an impos.
siblo feat. But the driver of a delivery
wagon learned that it was not impossible
to produce on paper and stick up on a bill
board tho picture of a wild rhinoceros so
'.rue to im! uro that a horse, seeing it, would
become almost crazy fright.
Somo one stole a coat belonging to
Mr. Moses Foss from tho new building of
Mr. Korsemryer on Sixth street, several
days ago. Mr. Foss doesn't grieve io
much over the loss of the coat as of thu
papers its pockets contained. Ho has as
yet found no Iraces of the lost property.
Col. Robert G. Ingersoll was asked by
a friend the ol her1 ay : "Is it true, colonel,
that you really keep a considerable sum of
money looso in an unlockod drawer of your
desk at home, so that your children may
help themselves without stinct or solicits
tion?" "Certainly, air," was tho answer
"I believe that to bo tho beBt way for culti
vating in them a sense of responsibility and
honor." It is extremely unfortunato that
Mr. Horsey and Mr. Brady aro not Col. In
gersoll's children instead of his clients.
"Ha"! cried the paragraphcr, "there's
much excitement in East St, Louis becauso
of tho bad break tho colored folks mane in
taking forcible possession of tho public
schools, I must make a paragraph about tho
riot that was imminent." "Ha!" cried tho
type-setter, "there's more ignorant writing!
There's no such tiling as au 'imminent riot I'
I'll just put it eminent vote." And ho did
as yesterday morning's Bulletin will show.
But such things must bo in a great news
The Callender Consolidated genuine
African minstrels make their bow to a Cairo
audience to-night, with a new set of jokes,
and a variety of new performances, which
will be novel and gratifying to those sccus
tomcd to the stale playc'dout jests so char
acteristic of the ordinary minstrel shows on
the road. It is certainly a colossal attrac
tion. The sleeping car scene: -Barnyard
sketches, "The new member trom Alexan
der," nsd a hundred other entertaining sub
jects will make up a pleasant evening go to
Hartman's to-day and get reserved seats.
Au old, crazy negro, who had been in
the county jail for some time uwaiting
trial for insanity, was taken away ly his
relatives from Louisville some days ho.
The poor fellow was in a deplorable con
dition, both mentally and physically. He
had been kept in the jail for some time
because there was no room in the Anna
as luin lor any moro cases from this county.
His madness was of so violent a type that
no one person dared approach him in the
cell. He had torn his clothing and tho
bedding into shreds, ami had to be
held by three or four men whenever tho
jailor would give him needed attention.
His departure is a relief.
Some of the colored Sir Knights were
still iu the cify yesterday, prolonging the
visit among some of their friends. There
is no doubt but that all verc well pleased
with their reception here. At their meet
ing at Hartman's ball Thursday ntigh
the following officers were elected :
W. T. Munford, of St. Louis, R. E. G.
C; W. Pierson, of Kansas City, V. D. G.
C; S. P. Russell, of Hannibal, Mo., G. G;
M. F. Fields, of St. Louis, G. C. 0; B.
F. Rogers, of St. Louis, G. P; W. "A.
Jones, of Keokuk, Iowa, G. S. W; S. A.
Harris, of St. Louis, G. J. W; J. Pride,
of St. Louis, G. T; J. A. Johnson, of St.
Louis, E. G. R. The next meeting will,
be held in St. Louis on the first Tuesday
in Augu t 1883.
Tue most beautiful wnnmn in the
world, or "ejiampion beauty," has just been
found at IVsth, Hungary, thanks to the
municipality, which instead of concerning
itself with corporation dinners, main rains
and lighting, has instituted an international
beauty tournament. Out ot 150 candidates
only ten obtained prizes, and tho first prize,
a diamond bracelet, was taken by Cornelia
Szekely, aged 20. This damsel is a brunet,
with brilliant eyes, whose figure, supple as a
twining creeper, recalls the typo of ancient
Greek statues. Her photograph will not be
ready for some days, owing to a little ac
cident which happens even to American
ladies, her dress not having como home
from the dressmaker; but it will bo soon
sent to every illustrated paper itt tho world,
and we shall havo an opportunity of judg
ing. The urgent demand for offico and
business houses in tho lower portion of the
city continues unabated. Tho three or four
tires Cairo sustained recently have robbed
her of buildings which she could not spare,
ami the loss of which is now sorely felt.
The owners ofjtho buildings and of the
now vacant lots arc gentlomen of
means, who could easily build at
once, but for some reason not
understood and not to bo fluessod, they aro
given to procrastination in tho matter ot
rebuilding. That they havo received offers
from reliable persons to rent the houses ns
soon as built at a liberal price is known,
and it is believed, with good reason, that
enough rent could bo collected in advance
to almost pay for the material necessary to
put up some of tho buildings. Under
tlioso circumstances tho hesitency of the
property owners in question is really
puzzling. It seems that each is waiting
for the other to "make a break"; that if
ono would but muster up courago enough
to go vigorously t work and push to
rapid completion a fino building iu the
neighborhood where tho lato fires occurred,
the others would all fall into lino and
each vio with the other in tho rapidity and
beauty of tho work. A leader should spring
upatoucoand give tho key-noto for the
opening of a war upon tho charred ruins
which disfigure somo of tho best portions
of tho city.
Murphysboro Era: "The Cairo Demo
cratic convention did -The Bulletin to tho
contraryinstruct its nominee to do just
what Thomas hag done, etc." Impossible !
Tiik DutLKTiN must reiterate that the
Democratic convention did no such a fool
ish thing. In order to provo that it did not
it U only necessary to state "just what
Captain Thomas tins done," and
in order that we may not be
charged with Democratic prejudice
in tho pursuit of our investigation wo will
tako our information from a good Repub
lican source, tho Carbondalo Frco Tress,
which enumerates Captain Thomas' accom
plishment, as follows: First, "Put the
Democratic Holiday into office and secured
positions for a host of his rebel kin in
Maryland and Missouri." Will the Era
pleaso tell us if the Democratic convention
instructed Captain Murphy to do such a
naughty thing? Second, "He voted against
tho appropriation for tho Mississippi river,
recommended by tho Mississippi river
commission, ono year ago." If wo remem
ber right tho Democratic convention in
structed Captain Murphy to do exactly tho
reverse of that. Third, "ho dodged tho
Mississippi river appropriation now pending
in congress." Seriously, now, good Era,
you can not mean that the Democratic con
vention instructed Captain Murphy to play
peek-a-boo while an appropriation for tho
improvement of tho Mississippi river was
pending in congress. You don't mean it. Of
courso you don't. Fourth, "ho secured an
appropriation for building a road to the
National cemetary by absenting himself
from Washinggon when tho bill was taken
up and passed." This was a novel way of
securing an appropriation, cert-inly. It
was a very original way and
no doubt Captain Thomas has
a patent on it, in which case Captain
Murphy would lay himself liablo to pros
ecution for an infringement if he followed
it, even though instructed to do so by the
Democratic convention. But ho wasn't in
slructed L do so and ho won't infringe.
Fifth, "He has effectually shown himsell to
be incompetent and unworthy of the tni'-t
reposed in him by tho Republicans of the
district, and by so doing has perforncd
the createst service of his life." Is it nec
essary to say to the Era that CtpUiu
Murphy was not instructed by tho conven
tion which nominated him, to "cllVetu illy
show himself incompetent, etc?'' Hardly,
the Era will "tumble" and will yield the
Go to Geo. G. Wichert for a pleasant
gamo of billiards in a cool, comfortable,
well-furnished hall and upon brand new
tables of the finest make. It
Metropolis, III., Sept. 15. Fviruuel
Redden was hung at 2:50 p. ni. in the
presence of a largo throng of people.
Seventeen minutes elapsed before the
pulBC ceased to beat.
Tho body fell six and a half feet through
a trap door, and all went off without a
The doomed man exhibited rare
nerve to ho Last. No emotion was visible
in his face; ho mado no confession; was
pleasant, enable and unconcerned through
out the whole ghastly proceedings.
His last words, as tho black cap was
being drawn over his bead, were, "my last
look on earth."
His body is to bo shipped to Mound City
tor final disposal.
A white man named Andrew Forbes wag
found dead yesterduy morning in his hovel
on Ohio levee near Twelfth street. He was
lying upon a cot in such a position with
his head that it soemed death must have
resulted trom suffocation.
CVroner Richard Fitzgerald summoned a
jury, iiut a lengtny investigation
as to tlie cause and manner or oeaui
failed to reveal any certain clue. It was
found, however, that ho had lead a most
wretched life. His entire body was cov
ered with dirt which seemed to have be
como (ingrafted upon his skin. His feet
seemed to po almost on tho point ol
decomposition and yet tho man had
lived for a year or moro within fifty
yards of tho Ohio river. His surround
ing,, generally were in keeping with his
owu condition. Ho slept in a small, low
room, surrounded by tilth, almost without
ventilation. Tho jury's verdict was
.that ho camo to his death from " general
debility, want of care, suffocation, or
other causo to tho jury unknown.
Forbes has been liying here at
different times within tho last
eight years, and was tolerably well known.
About a year ago ho built tho little shanty
on Ohio leveo near Twelfth street, and
began n little refreshment stand in ono
room and rented tho remainder of (ho
shanty to negroes. Ho seemed to bo a
hearty man of about fifty years ef age.
Thursday afternoon ho was eeen to.mako
his way laboriously up Ohio leveo toward
his home, and when about opposite Mr. J.
B. Reed's store, ho fell down. Ho was
picked up by bystanders, laid upon a dray
and taken home. He seemed to bo in great
agony then, but did not complain. He is
said to leave a son and daughter in Phila
delphia. His property, which consists only
of tho little shanty without tho ground
upon which it stands, is encumbered to tho
full amount of its small vabio.
A pleasant novelty in tho way of amuse
nient was tho Greenaway concert nt Hart
man's hall last night. About a dozen of
Carlo's fairest young ladies , and
most popular young men took part iu
it nnd all acq ui ted themselves well.
The original programme was slightly
changed, some of thoso advurtisod to tako
part not appearing; but it was' Bplendid
nevertheless and just long enough
to make the audience regret its conclusion.
Tim first on thu programme was a local
trio by Misses Maud Rittenhouso, Edith
Martin and Mi"s Robbing. It was received
with loud applause by tho audienco.
Next camo a vocal solo by Mr. Wm.
Crowell, ono of thu best vocalists in tho
city and ho eainn fully up to x
iDiouioi.H or mo audienco and wa
given so to understand.
An instrumental duet was next beauti
fully rendered by Misses Anna and Rosa
Qoldstine; a vocal solo, by Mrs. J. M.
Lansdon in her best strain, and another, by
Miss Ratlin McKee all of which were
heartily applauded by the audience.
Messrs. Crowell and Metcalf followed in
a vocal duet rendered "iu nn excep
tionally perfect maniier, which caused them
to be loudly enchored.
Tho Greenaway concert was the next and
concluding feature ol'the programme. This
consisted of u series of songs mid choruses
sung "by t Ins company" under very pic
turcsquo, but apparently somewhat trying
circumstances. Across the btage was
stretched a hrgn canvas painting of a
rustic scene, representing ten or
twelve boys nnd girls of various
sizes, dressed in bright colored garments
and seated or standing in different positions
upon a variety of objects, such as a rail
fence, or ncky dam. The whole was a very
good representation of a party of country
picnicers.. The faces of these several
individuals wen- supplied "by the
company," all standing behind the can
vas with their faces at the aperture
left where the f ice of his or her eh iraetcr
ought to have been. It was a very comical
scene throughout in which the young people
all acted their parts exceedingly well and
deserved the ci-iiiplimentary reception
given them by the audience.
Miss Montio Metcalf furnished the piano
accompaniments to the Greenaway songs.
Dixon Si-hisos, Sept. 8th, 18S2,
Pleaso aniioiice to the people in general
through the of The Bclletin,
that as the hot weather and the rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try the Dixon Springs water, I have
concluded to reduce rates "luring Ihe
mouthsnf Sept. and Oct ib ..t, or tho bal
ance of the season, to. six n ii.L.uis 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 use of these wonderful medicinal
J. E. Lemkn. Proprietor. -FAMOUS
Manager Forepaugh has spent vast sums
in securing famous foreign artists in Europo
for his Great Show for the present season.
AU bin stellar attractions are from the, lead
ing a'miiscniunt places of tho Old World.
Sig. Lconati, the spiral birycle ascenionist ;
the French Silbon troupe of serialises; Al
bion, thy man who rides an eight feet high
bicycle at an 80 mi If speed, and outspecds
the fastest locomotive; the great German
lady rider, Louisa R nz; the famous Eng
lish equestrienne, Lizzie Deacon; the Lloyd
family, and a long list are upon the com
pany rolls of this great show; and there is
not a celebrity in the entire circus who has
ever befom been seen in this country:
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
The operetta in two acts the Jolly Bache
lors, which was presented at the Opera
House Thursday evening by the John A.
Stevens Comic Opera Troupe, was a deli
cious little production replete with odd
sayings, grotesque s.enes and positions,
and with some very equisite airs.
Mirth provoking dialogue permeates the
whole opera, while rollicking capital per
formers vie with urns another in burnishing
ludicrous ahsurditiis for the entertainment
of the audience. A fair house greeted the
company, though not so largo as would
turn out should the company ever be in
duced to repeat it here.
Miss J ennit) Winston was simply superb
in the leading role of Prince Cosmo, and
her perfect articulation and thorough con
ception of what appertains to tho male
character, won the hearts of the audience
at once. -
Her readition of tho beautiful song,
"when the leave's begin to fall," included
a most coiisumati) piece of acting, while
her graceful gestures were nearly nkin to
Sho responded to an enthusiastic encore.
Miss Millie Maivin was exceedingly
happy in her impersonation of thu Gay
The King Myops of Mr. Edwin Stevens
was Hue ami was thoroughly appreciated
by the audience.
Mr. Arthur If. Bell ns Kacabao tutor to
Prince Cosmo, and Mr. George II. Kyle us
the teutonic Master at Anns kept tho au
dience in a continuous roar.
Miss Susie Singer as Dr. Agnarollu Dodo
divided tho honors of tho evening, her
pretty face, graceful maimers and sprightly
rendition ot thu character rendering her au
Tho drinking song in the first actwith
tho merry clink of tho glasses as an
u'compaimmcnt was tit onco novel, and
tuneful, nnd was received with great ap
plause. Taking thu opera as a whole, the char
acter of tho performers; tho elegant and
appropriate costumes, and wo may pro
nounce it well worthy of success. The
company will leavo for Little Rock on
tho lato train.
Nollcu In IIiIh coin m nth run llnea or luaa MOconta
onulnsiirtloii or fl.iu pir wiiek.
VOB HUNT Onlhocorniir of Kiinrhixnth atroot
and Waxlilnirlun avuuuii, two brink nloroa PixM),
hikI two Kiilii) ol rooms biiIUIiIu for Mit hniiao'
kutipiiii;. Apply to . I.KAC'II,
On tlio 1'rcmUua.
IOH K A L K . - Jl I u r . k a . ( ' h ii l "t.i 1 MurijHijua, SpecUl
Warranty and Warranty Ileoila at tliu Uiillutln
Job nllli'D VH Ohio Level!
WANTKI), TO HL'Y -Kiinaah. a rn-at coltano
of lliri'oor four rooniH, Mu.l ho chnnp
AL..X. II. IltVIW.
T) I'lMNTlNd OFFICES-W lmvo a larto
stock of UxM, No. 1 "M" neua that wu will aell to
pnriHTH only, In loin of not li'n lliuu two rraniH. at
?i o per ream cubIi, AddreHaE A. liurnctt. Hill
ell II (llllcu.
AN 8 or 10 lior-fl io ver toirli-ht cnL'Ini', In eood
condll on, and I. loot horizontal 1 Him boiler,
w.lh nil tho vn.vea, pipe. Ul!W ,, ,,,,, ,rlvu Wl.,
pr'i;el..l. Addroaa K. llnr.e'tl, ('tiro, III, if.
AM f SEME NTS
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ssitmxljiv 'Kvoni tig Sept, 10
EiiBttKomeut 1'OHlllvuly Mmlto.it to ono liMit.
lhu rnaiiageiiwrit take ureal pleamiro In annuiinc
IliD tho app.arauug of lhu i:iutr!o:in
Tim Very Acmo of Kc'im., Minatruloy. Ana
niftileilaiid I'irlect Ml rortlci
SKASOX OF 112-0.1.
Thu onlv Iron pii of genuine C,,',,r,: M,ntin'! j(1
ejiUflicj. Crowni-d ami nt epturi-d with a pupa
iarlty aa wiib) ait tht! uatverio.
HbACKS, Aid, IILACKS; IIL'T
L'mnl pr ri'n Tin-Sale of n.isu will lt-I n at
Hsrtiiiun a on Tnt-mlay irionon;', S' pt r!.
Tim Hilvlwaliilitv of mTurm'j m-ittai-ar yl.ro
) Ifully nn.'i--ttil.
A t'a.nnl iioul paricii! will he el t n at U m on
day of appcaraiKo t r i ilnhiiuiij tliu aupi.rh
mnaical reourcs of ihin or;.'iiuni..tioii.
ALW tYS AT
JOHN JOHNSON & GO'S
S A I, 0 0 X.
Late Kfiehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'ifnrn a Win'-a, Cl,::i' of ev.-rv rhoico brand
ami l.lipiora of all aluda always on hutnl. Custom
TOM WINTER A CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Mereha.it
No. 25 Eighth Strei t,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs
Comnierciiil Avenue and Kiyhth Street,
F". HUOSS. I'r.aldcnt. I Y. NFKF. Vin Pri-a nt
II. WUI.1.H, Cuhli r. I T.J. K'Ttb, Asa'l cux-i
P. Broaa C'a'ro I William Kiuio. .Cairo
I'r-t- r NcT I Wlili.itn Wolf....
C. M Oaterloh ' C. D l'tltlf r "
E. A. Under " Ill.Wt lln '
J. Y. Cluruaon, Caledonia.
A (t EX ERA I, RAN KINO DCSINKSM DONE.
RvrbRriiT,, Rn!l1 Vmnidil Ihtpr..t nitd! ll
the Savlnif" lli-pHrtmeut. tolled Inna rautlo and
all bnaint'H-t promptly attended to.
fjUIKCITY NATIONAL DAXK.
Ol' Cairo. Illiiioi,
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A General Hanking business
VILUti. Vr. 1 1 AI.I.I DAY.
JNTEK-'MSE 8 A VINO HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Tiros. W.I I AI.I.1DAY,
A)UJ- GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.