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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17. m.
TJIK -DAILY BULLETIN
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OMOiAL PAPBIt OP CITY ADD COCNTV
Wo r a Hhrlxd to announce that H. A. I.
WILUVNKS.of J,illiron county, t a cmidldnlo
fur I'lt'ric iiftua Ajip illt Court lu thu Kuiirin
Divlslm of Illinois. eiHJ.ct 10 tho auclMon of a
cmuvuuIioii of ttw Dumocriuic puny
Wd a-e uthori.i!.l to auiimmra tbu numfl of
WAI.l'KH V AKOlSK cmdldire for tue otHce
of (Joan y J udipj of Alexitudor County.
Wt are authorised to announce Justice JOHN
H. KOBIN.SiH as an independent candidate for
County Judneat tlic cotuiug Novuruoer electiou, -
We are nutUonned to annonn-e Mr. MILES V.
PA KK K It as au Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander couuty ul thu comlug November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lii mi column, etcni cent per Hue fur
Bret aud five eenta per line each tuihwquetit luser
turn, for one woek, :)0 cents per linu. i'ot one
fonlli, 00 cents pur line.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which tlie
highest prices will bo puid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee. -
tl John T.Reknie.
at D.Buun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Brinktnyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington aveuuo near yth
street, ore receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest puterus
torsuiting and are ready to receive orders
and niaufacture suits of the best qual
ity clolh and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can be sold. 0-0-1 ui
at DeBauu's, 56 Ohio levee.
Flour u cheaper ami tuy loaves are made
large that my customer may got the ben
elit. These lare loavc3 sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced' by those
who know, to he the beBt
in the city. Remember it is bit; loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
U 2-lm. Frank Khatky.
go to DeBaun's, 5G Ohio levee.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is at present i the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale mid
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at B-eBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Ticket.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets f all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin. Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Rates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Ageut,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, Cj.meral Passenger Agent.
in market at DuBuuu'a 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo ditto hue, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid fur sale at the Caiio Bulletin
Sproat'd Iictail lee Box.
Cousutueis of ico are notified thut for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiff's 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
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, cBpecially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Kvery 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 aiuglu tr.al alwaja proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, an 1 only cost
uiiy ceins a uo'.tle Sold by Ilarrv W.
Debilitated persons, and sufferers from
wasting diseases such as consumption,
scrofula, kidney affections, will be greatly
benefitted ! viiug Brown's Iron Bitters.
Ask your physician and he will tell you
tliatBtichu is one of the best, surest and
safeat remedies for aiding, strengthening
Bni cleansing me kuineys. It is one of
tne ingredients oi Hops and Malt Bitters
TOM WINTER & CO.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
No. 25 Eighth Btreet,
Between Commercial and Washington Avi
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice la theee coinmni, ten wmwi per Una,
aach Insertion and whether marked or nut, if calcn
Mod to Toward any mail's bualuoa lutureat are
always paid for.
Robeton is renominated.
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
The reported sickness of Mr. Tilden is
Mr. L. Pino returned yesterday from a
visit to South Bend, Ind.
Seven prisoners escaped from the Louis
ville jail Friday morning.
Mrs. Goo. W. Biggins has returned to
her home in Olmsted, III.
Buiird at Dixon Springs has been re
duced to G.OO per week for September
Received, a shipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and ditiry butter, atG. D.
Williamson's, 70 Ohio levee. 4t
Ada Waters was lined five dollars aud
cost by Justice Robinson yesterday for
using abusive language.
-Gen. Wolseley telegraphs that the war
is over ami Arabi Pasha is locked up iu a
British guard room.
There is a great deal of sickness at
Bird's Point. The principal ailment is
Dr. J. B. Hamilton, U. 8. Surgeon
General, left Washington on the Hth for
this city to select ground upon which to
erect the new marine hospital.
Two or three young ladies, experienced
milliners, enn find employment fcr the
season at Mrs. S. Williamson's establish
ment, on Seventh street. It
The wife of Mr. Howe, pilot of the
Junius S. Morgan, living on Seventh street,.
died Friday morning an i was yesterday
taken to Smithlaud, Ky., for burial.
On Thursday a baby girl was born
iato Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cullinan, of the New
York store. Mr. Samuel E. Wilson rejoices
over a siiuihr event in his family.
-The star-route verdict has been set aside
on account of misconduct ot the jury and
likewise on account of its "general unreas
onableness." Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis returned
last evening from Springfield where they
went to attend the burial of Mrs. Lewis'
Three hove, colored, were disorderly
yesterday and being brought before Justice
Robinson and found guilty, were each
fined five dollars ami costs.
Rev. A. J. Hess will preach at the
Baptist church, corner of Tenth and Poplar
streets, this morning, at eleven, and this
evening at half past seven o'clock. Sab
bath School at 9 :30 a. m.
Look out for Mrs. 8. Williamson's
grand opening display of millinery goods
next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. She
will exhibit a fine display of tholatest
styles of hats, and all the latest novelties. It
Hon. Oscar Turner, candidate for con gress
from the Paducah, Ky., district, was
at The Halliday last evening, on his way
south of here to canvas his district.
Received, a bhipment of choice Wis
consin creamery and dairy butter, atG. D.
Williamson's. 7G Ohio levee. 4t
Only 3.00 per week for balance of thflfl'
season at Dixon Springs. The hotel will
not close this fall.
Goto Wm. Albi's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Twenty-two new cases of fever at
Brownsville. The fever there is of an ex
traordinarily mil 1 typo. They must have,
according to reports, something like 1,000
cases under treatment with about fifteen
deaths a week.
Deputy t'herilT Guy Morse arrived
from Elco last night, having in charge Dr.
Milan, the reputed cra.y man. The Dr.
is not so violently crazy as was reported
He is quite gentle, in fact. He and
young Herman Sticher will be tried for
insanity to-morrow or Tuesday.
a communication irom ouo ot our
prominent Prohibitionists criticising Tiik
Bclletin's comments upon the action of
the late county mass convention, is un
avoidably crowded out this morning. But
it is good and will keep until Tuesday'i
-Elsewhere appears a notice of an auc
tion sale of furniture to take placo Tues-
lay morning at the residence of Mr. J. F
Ray, on Niuth street. Mrs. Ray will re-
move to Memphis to join her husband, who
has a good position there. Mr. Thomas
Winter is auctioneer.
Lawson Baker, a negro vegetable
peddler, was arrcstod by Officer Martin
yesterday for having passed a counterfeit
two dollar bill on a countryman. Lawson
denied his guilt, but the evidence against
him wna too strong to justify his release
and ho will have a preliminary hearing
People on Commercial avenue last
night were treated to a musical contest
between Prof. Al. CW Continue baud and
Cullender's miMrel band. Each band di
its best and strove to excel tho other
Each made good music, but it was apparent,
even to those uot accustomed to good mimic
that tho Cairo band "took tho cake." At
any rate they got the applause.
-It la a fact worthy of notice that al
the independent candidates for congress lu
Illinois are not Democrats, and there is a
fuir prospect that the outcome of tho bal-lot-boxos
this year will not be altogether in
harmony with tho anticipations of Boss
Loo an and bis loyal henchmen who con
structed the infamous gerrymander which
wan expected to defeat tho will of tho peo
ple. The rustic scenery which was one of the
most important and attractive features at the
Greenaway concert Friday, night was the
work of Misses Maud Rittehouso and Edith
Martin. The design was good, but the exe
cution better. The young ladies proved
themselves to bo embryo artists of consider
able talent. At least such was the verdict of
good judges in the audience, and we be
lievo they wero right.
Mr. C. N. Hughes, chairman of the
congressional Republican central commit
tee, informs us that Hon. Richard Oglesby
will deliver speeches in this district in the
interest of tho Republican candidates at the
following times and places: Du Quoin, Oc
tober 4th ; Cairo, Octolier 5th ; Vienna, Oc
tober 6th and Metropolis, October 7th. Mr.
Oglesby is also an aspirant tor the senato
to succeed David Davis, and is seeking to
advance his chances in this end ot the
Mr. B. McManus is furnishing his new
house at the corner of Fourteenth street
and Commercial avenue with counters and
shelving, preparatory to moving his stock
of dry goods and clothing out of his ad
joining building into this. When all is
ready for tho transfer, he will eet a large
new stock of dry goods and clothing in
order to fill his new house up from front
to rear and from top to bottom, and will
stock the old building now occupied with
the dry goods, with a large assortment of
groceries, etc. The change will probably
be effected within the next few weeks.
Another train load of gravel, ten car
load3, came in on the Wabash road yester day
afternoon and were scattered along the
track where it was most needed. Tho com
pany seems to be disposed to do the right
thing in the matter of keeping its track in
good condition. Nothing will more effec
tually disarm those who clamor for the
road's removal from Commercial avenue,
than a studious compliance with all rea
sonable orders from the city council and a
constant, watchfull care that the tracks are
in good condition and the streets
not obstructed anywhere along
the avenue. If the company will do this
(and it seems to be disposed to), nearly all,
if not all. clamor for its removal will cease,
Deputy SheriffGuy Morse, with Beveral
assistants, went to Elco in this county yes
terday to bring down for confinement in
the county jail here, a Dr. Milan
who is said to be suffering with
mental derangement to a violent degree.
He is a resident of Elco, and several weeks
ago he officiated at the wedding of a young
couplo without authority from either state
or church to do so. About a week ago ho
was notified by the proper officers of the
aw to sppear at this term of the circuit court
and show, cuise why he should uot bo pun
ished for this unlawfully action, and since
receiving this notice be began gradually
to hwe his mind. It seems that threatened
punishment so preyed upon his mind that
derangement was the result. He will be
rought before the circuit court, but prob
ably not be tried upon the charge orginal
fyieferrcd against him.
-Report came here yesterday that in a
drunken quarrel near Mound City on Fri
day B. F. Duncan, who formerly lived at
Clear Creek, in this county, but is now
part owner ot a saw mill at Mound City,
wag fatally cut. Duncan and another man
whose name we could not learn were in a
wagon going to the mills. They had been
out in town and "on a tare," and had a jug
of liquor in the wagon which one of tho
mill hands had requested them to bring.
Duncan's companion wanted to drink from
the jug to which Duncan objected. The
man was determined, however, and sought
to take the jug by force. A quarrel en
sued, during which Duncan broke the jug
over his companion's head. Hereupon the
latter drew a knife and began to Blash
Duncan who jumped from the wagon, ran
to the woods near by and hid. The bloody
minded man pursued Duncan for a while,
but lost track of him and then returned to
the team and cut it up badly. These are
the particulars as they came to this city
The fall and winter season promisesjto
bo lively and entertaining in theatrical
circles. Wo yesterday saw a letter from II
T. Wilson, manager of tho celebrated Hoi
man English Opora troupe, in which is
stated that the general traveling agent of
tho company, Mr. E. B. Vosburg, will ar
rive in Cairo shortly, to complete arrange
ments for their appiuance in Cairo Dec.
14th and 15th. This is welcome intelli
gence indeed, and their engagement hero
cannot bo otherwise than a successful one,
as tho company ranks first class, and are
justly entitled to the splendid reputation
they bear. Tho Katio Putnam Comedy
company are also to appear at the Opera
House Sept. 20th and 30th, and as the
charming Miss Katio is so woll known in
Cairo, she ivill bo heartily welcomed.
The Minuio Maddern Faggs Ferry com
hiuation follow tho Putnam troupe in Octo
ber, and tho books 'of the Opera House
company show many other tip top compa'
olci who will appear during the winter
aud spring. There will evidently bo no
dearth of theatrical pleasures in our city
Callender's minstrels, somewhat ab
breviated, held fonh at the
Opera House last night to au
audience also somowhat abbreviated.
Calender's minstrels fooled the poople of
Cairo once before, and there was natural
prejudice against them. It was known
from tho St. Louis papers that tho Cal
lender's urinstrels were also to perform
in the Grand Opera nouse
there laBt night, and therefore
many people, resolving that they would not
again be hoaxed, remainod at home.
Callender's minstrels have fooled some of
the theatre people of Cairo twice now, but
the Opera house management and the peo
ple themselves will doubtless seo to it that
tbey aon't do it again. But after all, tho
performance was not bad. Tt was amusing
enough throughout. Those who
went got the full worth of
their money and many of them
who had not seen better peiformanccs, got
more than their money's worth. One char
acter in particular was good, namely, Alex.
Hunter, in his imitations. The audience
generally was well pleased and had the
troupe been here in full as was promised
there would have been no causef or com phii n t .
We'll just give the several marriage
insurance agents in this city a pointer ami
not charge even a "thank you" for it either.
A writer in a southern paper was asked
whether he thought the wedding of a cer
tain young lady would take place at tho
timo said to have been set. He cave his
opinion and asked the reason for the in
quiry. "Oh," was the response, ''I have
bought four matrimonial policies of f 3,000
each on her, and I'm anxious to know if
I'll get my money." Does she know of
this?"' "Oh, no. That isn't necessary.
Anybody can take out a policy on anybody
else. If you know of a lady that is en
gaged and will uot marry within five
months from the time you take a policy n
her, you can get any amount on her we 1 -ding
that you want. I suppose there is
25,O00, or perhaps double that, on the
young lady I asked you about." "II .w
does the company make its money?" "I
suppose it bets on the fickleness of the
young folks. No- policy will be paid ex
cept five months after it is taken out.
There are very few couples bey think that
love each other well enough to marry that
will wait five months to marry. If they
do, five months of engaged life is 'full of
The plans for the new building of
Messrs. Goldstine and Rosenwater are per
fected. They represent a very imposing
structure which will be an ornament to the
entire city. It is to be a three-story brick,
fifty feet wide by one hundred feet deep,
with iron front containing six large fiench
plate gla3 show windows and three double
doors on the first floor. Internally it will
bo arranged according to the latest and
most convenient style. Wide, ornamental
stairs and a substantial elevator will connect
the several fl ion, and iron piers vtfll 8nP
port them. In the arrangement of the
counters and shelves on the first floor
the old ' style of placing them
along the walls will be avoided. All the
counters, show cases aud shelves will be ot
a circular form in the centre ot the floor.
The offices will bo iu the rear end of room.
Messrs. G. & R. will use their uew store ex
clusively for dry-goods and will keep the
largo stock of gent's furnishing goods in
the building where now their dry-goods
store is, which is their own. It is not yet
certain that they will commence building
this fall, but their lots are cleared of all
rubbish and they may put up the foundation
anyhow, so as to give it time to settle well
before erecting tho super structure during
THE AMERICAN ELEPHANT KING.
We have railroad kings, cattle kings,
grain kings and other kings without num
ber, but the only elephant king in Amer
ica is Adam Forepatigh, and his claim to
that title is based on tho fact that he owns
twouty-ono elephants, by far the largest
number ever exhibited with any exhibition
in the world. When the Grest Forepatigh
exhibits hero Saturday, Sept 30, thero will
doubtless be a multitude in attendance to
see theso elephants.
The greatest political character in Amor
ica now living is Siunuol J. Tilden. He
possesses tho learning ot Gladstone, tho
iron will of Bismarck, and the sagacity of
Tho Chicago Times, which seldom says
a good word for tho Democratic party or lor
any Democratic leader, in a rocent number,
talks about the Hago ol Gramorcy Park as
"Mr. Tilden has practically boon out of
national politics since his letter to tho Cin
cinnati convention declining a second pros
idential nomination, but he is still potent
in the political affairs of his state. It is
his adroit hand which has manipulated tho
anti-Kelly fraction, and it hits been said
that ho would control thu approaching
New York convention and be able to eX'
elude the delegates appointod by the Tam
many sachem. Mr. Tildon is a great his
torical figure, and his candidacy for the
presidency in 1876 and the conspiracy
which robbed him of his offico will be an
imperishable chapter in tho political ro
cords of ti e country, but his death now
would be significant only on account of its
bearing on the perturbed politics of tho
state of Now York. Mr. Tildon has led a
life of great industry, and tho strain which
ho endurod iu the memorable campaign of
years ago and the excit'uiL' months
which followod it would have broken down
man less strong of will. The country
will loso a great statesman and Now York,
especially, will loso a wise counselor in his
To morrow circuit court convenes at tho
court house in this city, with Judge Brown
ing on tho bench. There are thirty-one
prisoners in tho jail awaiting trial for crimi
nal offenses. Twenty-seven of them are
from this city and county, and the most
serious charge against them is larceny.
Three of them are cow thieves. The four
others are from Johnson county. Two of
them are women, named Martha Hitchcock
and Rosettn Calahan, charged with infan
ticide. Another is W. T. Church, w ho was
arrested upon the charge of complicity in
the murder of old man B tyles, near Vienna.
He confessed the crime implicating two
or three others who were aarested, but
upon examination in court, retracted
all he had confessed. He is to bo tried for
Among the others, thu civil, cases of
which thero quite a number, au unusual
ly largo percentage are divorce
cases, the parties to them all being resi-
leuts of this couuty. Thero are eleven
tuits for divorce, the names of the parties
thereto being as follows:
Anna Kobler vs. Michael Kublcr, Jaim'S
Wheeler vs. Amelia Wheeler, Samuel
Briley vs. Charlotte Briley, Elizabeth Oliver
vs. James Oliver, Nathan M. Hail vs.
Isabella Hail, Lizzie Cloyer vs. Mirk W.
Cloyer, Sarah Brigman vs. Wm. Brigman,
Almira Wooton vs. Marion Wooton, Lula
Farris vs. Geo. O. Farris, Ella Harris v.
Charles Harris, Minnie F. Haskin vs.
Franklin A. Haskin.
In eight out of the eleven cases, it will
Iw observed, tho complaint comes from tho
wife. How much cause these poor creatures
had for complaint the coming term of
court will probably tell.
As the board of county commissioners
failed to select a grand jury because of the
scarcity of funds with which to p iy it, the
court will probably appoint one. The foU
lowing is a list of the traverse jury :
John Sproat, E. M. Winders, P. II. Saup,
Wm. McEwen, Frank Schoembs, Lemdcr
Axley, J. S- Pollock, Thomas McCabe,
Frank HeaiJey, John Pain, Charles Arm
strong, George W. II. Corliss, Cyrus A. Mil
ler, W. F. Pitcher, August Maynard, J. 8.
McRaven, Samuel McGee, J. R. Steves,
Wm. Larkey, J. A. Weathers, II. K. Pettit,
Charles Miller, James Hargis, James Mor
gan, J. J. WeUter, J. M. Lewis, W. R.
Lane, N. Hundsacker, G. W. Royal, John
Irby, E. Holmes, P. Sullivan, Geo. Long,
Joseph McRavens, W. W. White, R. V.
McCrite, James Ilealy, F. A.SIiart.
MORE ABOUT THE HANGING AT
A later dispatch from Metropolis, under
date of the 15lh, gives the following full
account of the hanging of Samuel Redding
and his last hours:
"Samuel Redding was hanged here for
murder. For the past three days he lias
maintained his accustomed cheerfulness,
talking pleasantly with everybody on all
subjects except that of his crime. Last
night ho slept but little, haviug his spir
itual counsellor, Rev. Wm. Sellers, with
him until 11 o'clock. This morning he
arose at the usual hour, washed and
dressed as though nothing unusual was the
matter, eating heartily. He called for
dinner at ten o'clock sharp. In speaking
of his approaching death ho declared his
innocence, and said it he had to die ho
wanted them to sing and pray with him
ami start him oil' straight to heaven. He
was shaved at 1 :U0 o'clock by his pastor,
Rev. Win. Sellers. When asked if he
wanted anything he said no; he supposed
wo would keep him in cigars, having a
cigar in his mouth at the time. ' When
Mr. Sellers complained ol tho
intense heat lie said he thought
Seller the woist frightened man of
the two. Ho asked for water, which was
given him. Here he remarked to the jailer
that ho reckoned ho would not have to chain
him (Redding) up to -night. He asked the
barber to rub his head and give him a good
job. He weighed 175 pounds; height 5
feet 0)t Inches. Ho was a dark colored
mulatto of an exceedingly intelligent ap
pearancu. When prepared for the gallows
his pastor remarked that ho was fixing for
Sunday. Ho answered yes, and ho hoped
ho whs going w here Sabbaths hail no etui
At ten niinules to 2 the shackles were
broken from his limbs. Ho was laughing
during the time. At 2 o'clock ho asked
Jailer MeCammou to bring in his baby boy,
as he wished to nurse it awhilu before he
left this world. At five minutes after 3
o'clock the jailer tied his arms behind him.
Sheriff Karr read the death warrant, Rod
ding looking straight at Karr during tho
entire reading. At tho close he said tho
deputy sherilf was rather excited, and
didn't read well. When passing down
stairs ho bade Mrs. McCammon and tho
boys in Jail good-by and ascended tho scaf
fold at 8:31. He shook hands with tho
ministers and stopped on the trap at 2 :35.
Tho j tiler placed tho ropo around his neck,
and tho sherilf placed the black cap on tho
prisoner and thou swung him off. He was
cut down in twouty-tliroo minutes, tho cup
removed and ho was pronounced dead.
Notlcet in tliia column throe llnea or lu iutmni.
oneliiaurtloo or $l.oj per week,
IpOK HUNT Onlheonrnur of Ponrtminth atreet
and Wanblnirton avunuo. two brick sinma ii.ymi
and two aulu of rooms auitable for llubt bnuto-
uviiu(. Apply I" lilt, l.KAl'U,
On the rrumleua.
VOl HALK.Blanka. Chultal Murum,.,. K,.ri.o
7 .wr.r,"Iy 'ld. vrr""y J"ds at the Uuilutla
Jolt fiftlcfl 7S Ohio I.evow
WANTED, TO IIIJV -Korea,!., a n..at cottaita
of three or four rooms. Mum ho rhnan.
B-Ulw. ALEX. U. IltVJN.
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lull u Oltlcu.
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coDdiiMiii, and 12 I.Hit homonul 2 (Inn liollurs,
with all iho va!y(-a, plpiid, new lii nti-', drive wi ll
WatKrlHtik. .(;., now mk.t Mark H complete,
.i-.c).n, n'lurrn r.. A DMr lull, (;,ilro. ill. If.
10 o'clock a.m. Tuc.sd.iy, Sept. 19 1882.
At the ReMlduiice of
J. F. I i A.V,
9th Street, Bet. Waluut and Cedar Streets.
Ilouaeueld lioo.U. conaUtiiii; ot bedMi'sd. ma
tri'HHHH. rllHilM r.urlll. Mi. I vl.Mn.li. ii tul.1.. I.....k
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en wre, huatlnit, aud cook Movc-a i)iiuvuiware
Wardurobe, picture., clc, i-tc
THUS. VVIN'TKK, Auctioneer
I BEBH I
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
S A L 0 0 N.
Lato Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'lfjrn.a Winof. Clz.im nf eierv chnloe hrund
and Liquors of all alndt always on Imnd. C'nMom
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BKOriS, Prident. I P. NKKH, Vice IWnt
H. WKLLH, C'aabirr. T. J. Kerlh, Ass't rt
F. BroM Ca'ro I William Kluie. .Cairo
Peter Neff " Wllltsm Wolf.... '
('. M OMerloh " I CO Patler "
E. A. Buder " if. Well
J. V. Clem'ou, Calcdoula.
AUENBKAL I1ANKINU BL'blNfhS DONE.
Exchange fold aud boncht. In'ervtt il.l it
the Savin Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attenJed to.
B. Fair 4 CO.
l'roiritor of Iron mul MachiiiH
Corner Nluclh aud Washington aveuue,
ALL KINDS OK .MACIIJNR
WOKK, ItOILKK WOKK AND
BLACKSMITH IN PK'iMPTLY
ATTENDED TO AT UK A.-ON M.F.
We r.Uo have a number of .SECOND HAND
ENGINES AND IIU1I.KIU, for eale cue.)..
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1J Stoves 13
No. :7 j) v uth St.
B Tin wan;. S
rilllECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Tl OHIO L8VKB.
. A General Bunking business
TJIOH. W, JIAI.LIDAY.
NTB1U'KISK SAV1NU BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TII08. W. If ALL1DAY,
FL0UP GRAIN AND HAY
Hltrheit CMh Price Paid for Wheat.