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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S3, - H82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OfFfCE: NO. 7tt OHIO LEVEE.
rSTKHBl) AT TUB CAIRO rOSTOFFIOK FOR
TRANSMISSION TIlKOCOIl THE MAILS AT BEC
OND CLASS RATES.
OFflUiAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
We are atithnr'ted to announce that Mr. 8 AMU
IL J. HUMMwill beacandldate forth offlce of
County Clerk at tbe coming November election.
We ara authorised to state that Mr. J. H. MUL
CAUEY, of Commercial I'.-liu, will he a candi
date for Conntr Commli-elorje r t tbo comlnu No
vembereltictlou. AIIKM.TS CXKIIK.
Wo an aathorland to announce that K. A. I).
VILHAN'iiS, of JdirrHoa county, U a candidate
forUer nine ip llato t'ourt, In thu Konrtn
Id vision of li;iuK uniijoct to t tie decision of a
cmujiUion uf thu Democratic party
We tre authorised to annonuce Mr. JOHN
HUDOES as a candidate for Miertff of Alexander
We ve authorised to announce the name of
WALTER WAR')lilUaeandlda e for tue oitlce
of County Jude of Alexander County.
We ar authorised to announr.o Justice JOHN
II. HUB IN. SON aa an Independent caudidate for
County Jud;oat the coining Noveinoer election.
count r laKAsunsR.
We am authorized to announce Mr. MILES 7.
I'AHKKK an an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at tbe cuuiUik November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lu this coliimn, oii;nt cent per line for
Srxt and five cents ier line each subsequent lnser
llon. For one wk, 30 cents per line. For one
month, tiU cenia per line.
For sale 1 Hall's combination safe
number 14 new. Enquire of 8. E. Wil
son, cumber 77 Ohio levee.
Carpenters Wanted At Belmont
elevator, Belmont, Mo.
E. P. Burlikoame, Foreman.
Two or three girls to work at millinery.
Mas. S. Williamson.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received up to Friday niht
September 22d, for the rebuilding of the
Planter's House, Plans and specifications
can be seen at the teed store ot C. M. Os
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Ronnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 9:1 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rennie.
at DeB tun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. smith fc Hrinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue neorBth
street, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of cewest patents
lorsuiting and are ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the bestqual
iiy cloth ami guaranteed tit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can he sold. 9-5-1 m
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper ami 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 d- not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
nnld only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
u 2-lm. Frank Khatky.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Out of the (ire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
iee house and olUce is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, rio
tween 8th and 9th streets. 'Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeBauuV, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now 011
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin,. Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBaun'g 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted tub, nulled to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
groat's Retail lee Box.
Cousumois of ice uro notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in C'undilfs store wheru
ice in Hnv quantify can at all times be ob
tainc I. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this titand
list the same an by drivers of wagons, tt'.
I'hu The Cairo Bulletin perforated
ct ale h-book, made of calendered jute
Manilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. 'For
fale, in three sizes, at the olliee. No. 2 and
3. fivu and toncenUoae.lt by the mnglo one,
by the dozen. Special discount on ltohs
loU to the trade.
The U. 8. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Kcalea.
Borden, Sclleck & Co., igents, St. luis,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices tn these commas, ten cent pt line,
arh insnrttoa and whether marked or not, if calcu
lutod to fownrd any man's buetncsi Interest are
always paid for.
do to Haythorn A Sloo, for ladies'
Wm. Alba lias thu finest barber shop
in Southern Ills. tf
The Republicans have given up Penn
sylvania and lost hope, in New York.
To day is Yom Kippur, the Jewish day
of absolution, which will bo celebrated by
the children of Isreal who live and have
their being among us.
Tho grand jury adjourned yesterday
forenoon, leaving one very important caso
in statu quo, to bo takon up again, and for
the third time, by its successor.
The Cairo Temperance Reform Club
had a well attended and interesting meet
ing at its ball last night. The principal
business was the election of officers.
25 dozen boy's and men's hats at half
tho usual price at Haythorn & Sloo.
Prof. Boss, of Dudley observatory,
Albany, believes the comet we now see
near the sun is the return of the great
comet discovered by Dr. Oould in South
America oa tho 5th of February, 1880.
Mr. A. Black has found it necessary
to procure tho services of another workman
in his lately established shoo shop. He
will now bo able to serve promptly his
many patrons. It
Go to Wm. Alba's on Commercial avo
nuo for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
Ladies if you want elegant durable
perfect fitting shoes go to Haythorn & Sloo.
Tho general office building and the
engines of tho Illinois Ccutral railroad com
pany here were draped in black and white
yesterday because of the death at Chicago,
on Thursday morning of Mr. Hays, superin
tendent of machinery of the road.
All tho work turned out of Mr. A.
Black's new shoe shop is guaranteed to bo
just as represented. Mr. Black employs
only experience 1 workmen and uses ouly
tho best of stock. It
Mies Buttio Thompson returned several
days ago from Smithland, Ivy., accompa
nied by Mrs. Clark and eon, William.
Tho latter remaiucd a day or two on a visit
to the family of Captain Thompson and re
turned homo Thursday.
A dispatch received by Chief Myers
from Fulton, Ky., yesterday stated that a
safe in tho store of Murphy & Co. had been
blown open the night before, and throcl
revolvers and soma money stolen. A reward
of fifty dollars is olfered for their capture.
When in search of school shoes for
girls go to Haythorn & Sloo, where the best
stock is kept.
Upon a dispatch from Carbondalo
Chief Myers arrested a negro named Win.
Woodward in this city yesterday, who is
charged with complicity in tho killing of a
man by deputy officers at Carbondalo a
short time agx Ho is in jail here, await
ing a Carbondale officer.
A negro named David Davis was tound
dead in his doorway of his hut near tho
Mississippi levee yesterday morning. He
had evidently falle 1 dead. A coroner's
inquest was held, but no positivo evidence
of the cause of death was found. He had
been an old citizen hero.
Repairing is done at tho new shoe
shop of Mr. A. Bluckin tho neatest possible
manner. Persons having auy work of this
kiudto be done, or wishing new foot gear
of nny style of perfect lit and best quality
should apply at once to be served promptly
and satislactorily. It
Gentlemen ifyou have bcen"all around'
and cannot find a decent shoo or boot go to
Haythorn & Bloo, and get them.
Tho failure of a number of The Bcl
letin's subscribers to get their papers for
several mornings back is duo to a change in
carrier boys. If all who do not. receive their
papers regularly and "on time" will give
notice of tho tact by telephone or other
wise they will obligo tho management and
the cause of their complaints shall have
One of tho front wheels of a farmer's
wagon loaded with potatoes was torn into
fragments yesterday while going over tho
Wabash tracks just above Eighth street
Tho accident was not duo to any hud coip
dition of the truck, but to thu bad judgment
of tho driver, who drove along on tho tracks
until tho whoelsof one side ratlin tho groove
between tho rail and thu plank, and then
attempted to turnout diagonally. Tho ro
suit was perfectly natural and unavoidable
During such weather as wo have had for
several days back aud as wo had nearly ul
last winter, Commercial avenue, between
Eighth and Twentieth streets, would bo
almost impassible to teams wcro it not
for tho gravelled track of tho Wabash mid
In this respect tho presence of tho road on
that section of the avonuo has proven
groat advantage, and wo must
noiii,tnat even so onjectioiiaoio a tinug as
the Commercial avetiuo fixture, proves tho
111.1. it . 11 .
correctness of Tuppcr's theory of "good in
If you want boys' shoes go to lluy-
thorn tt Sloo the best Is always the cheap
-This morning The Bulletin has the
pleasure to announce that Mr. S. J. Humm
is a candidate for re-election to tho office
of couc'y clerk which he has filled with
eminent satisfaction to all concornod. Mr.
Humm's experience, his known fidelity and
close attention to tho duties of his office,
tho scrupulous correctness which has al
ways characterized tho records of his offico
all theso aro points in his favor which
tho voters ol tho county will not overlook.
Mr. Humm's claims deservo a full, fair con
sideration, and wo have no doubt thut they
will receive such from tho people generally.
Upon a critical examination of a sam
ple of the work turned out of Mr. A.
Black's new shoo shop wo arc compelled to
say voluntarily, that, so far as wo arc able
to judge, Mr. Black is ablo to get up a
pair of shoes or boots as fine in quality and
finish, and as perfect in form, as can be
made by too most artistic shoe maker in
tho country. Tho sample may bo seen in
Mr. Black's window and, wo feel sate in
saying, will convince any ono of tho cor
rectness of our judgment.
The namo of Mr. J. II. Mulcahey, of
Commercial Point, appears under the head
of "announcements" in this morning's
Bulletin. Mr. Mulcahey is a candidate
for county commissioner at tho election to
be held next November. Ho is one ot the
substantial citizens of the county, hav
ing a material interest in its goneral wel
fare. He is a gentleman of good judgment
and is thoroughly acquainted with the
affairs of the county. He is, iu every way,
well qualified for tho position ho seeks, and
his election would bo cause fur congratula
tion. Springfield Journal (Republican) :
The Chicago Tribune, iu its issue of Mon
day last, takes occasion to make a charac
teristic assault upon tho tariff commission
calling it "packed," etc. Tho Tribune
is, in tact, a bourbon paper, with a very
thin veneering of Republicanism, which is
not ot tho best quality, an 1 is constantly
wearing off an 1 exposing the base- metal
beneath. And thus it is that Republicans
purge tho party of all who do not silently
or openly admiro tho many various ques
tions ablo "accomplishments" ot "the par
ty of great moral ideas."
Captain Murphy, our next congress
man, was in tho city yesterday. Ho is well
pleased with his prospective political future.
He has been moving about in the district
ever since his nomination, making the ac
quaintance of tho voters, irrespective of
party and shaking them all warmly by the
hand, llojs an excellent elcctioneerer. His
mysterious magnetic influonco and his
quiet, open, honest manner, his kindly
greetings and sensible little speeches draw
every ono toward him in confidence and
friendship, lie will be elected by a surpris
ing majority. "And don't you forget it."
Tho street committee- 111 adu a tour
over the ground outside of the new Missis
sippi levee yesterday with a view to deter
mining from whenco the forty thousand
yards ol eartli to bo usea in Hie improve
ment of tho levee should be taken. And
after due deliberation it was decided that
the earth should not bo taken from any
point cli.i r than fifty feet to the slope
stakes; that no earth shall bo taken front
ridges, and id pi's chall be uu do deeper
than tlire: iWt from the surface. The earth
is furnished fiee of charge by the Cairo
Trust Property company.
-The Wabash railroad company has
begun work on the tracks below Sixth
street with the intention of placing them
iu a condition as is required by ordinance
No. a I, which require a single
plank on both sides ol each rail and to fill
out the remaining space between tho rails,
mid for a distance of six feet outside of
each rail, with gravel or other solid sub
stance. Tho company intends that the
work shall bo well done; that there shall
bo no cause for complaint on account of the
condition of tho tracks; and Mr. Moore
has expressed the determination that there
shall be less switching and less cause for
complaint because of cars standing upon
the tracks to obstruct travel. We nro given
to understand upon good authority that
most tif the violations of the ordinances
against theso evils occur without the
kuowledge an I against the instructions of
the controlling officers here, and that it is
the wish of said officers that tho engineer
or conductor so olfenilini; snail bo
prosecuted under tho ordinances of the city.
In view of all those facts and tho apparent
disposition of tho company's representatives
hero to do the proper thing, may wo not
hope for a speedy, amicable, mutually sat
isfactory settlement of all matters at issuo
between the city and tho company? It
seems that wo may. .
It tnero ever was a tinio when Demo
crats had cause to fuel hopeful of tho pros
pects of party 8111X081", that time is now
Never since taking part in political con
tests has tho triumph of our good old party
seemed more certain to us. With the cur
rent of public opinion running in .our fa
vor as it is, with tho party united, hopeful
and enthusiastic and a division between tho
opposing forces, is it to bo wondored at
that tho prospects am bright and cheering?
But with all theso cheering signs to stimu
lato ami encourage us wo must recollect
that wu have a wiley too and a corruption
mild 10 coiitenu wituj 1111 enemy that, as
tho primaries in this city havo amply
proven, will resort to any niuasuro, no mat
ter how disgraceful or infamous, to socuro
its success; an enottiy that for tho sake of
power will amalgamate and mix with the
lowest of God' creatures, and resort to tho
most despicable of means, to accomplish
his ends. If wo would make our triumph
certain we must work. We must organize,
circulate Democratic documents, strength
en the weak, arouse tho masses, and labor
as though tho success of tho cause depended
upon tho individual exersions of each
member of our party. Lot us begin now I
The campaign is opened, and by tho time
of its close wo cannot havo too much ac
complished. Lizzie Norman, a very bad negress,
who keeps a den of inquity in the lower
portion of tho city, was arrested yesterday
by Chief Myers and Officer Martin upon
tho charge of robbing a dissolute whito
wretch, named Joseph King, of nine dol
lars. Upon examination Migistrato Com
ings found that there was good foundation,
for a case, and tho woman was
held to bail in the sum of two uundrod
dollars. If sho is sent up it wjll bo a re
lief, but perhaps only for a whito; her placo
will soon bo supplied by another equally
bad, for whero there aro such utterly aban
doned "suckers" as King there will always
bo found creatures equally abandoned to
"take them in."
Two hundred cases boots and shoes
just received by Haythorn & Sloo. Wo
will duplicate Chicago prices either whole
sale or retail.
Court convened at the usual hour yester
day morning and disposed of the following
esses during tho day:
Lavinia Right, burglary, motion for a
new trial overruled, and sentenced to one
year iu the penitentiary.
Elsie Jackson, burglary, same as above.
Wm. Nelson, robbery, found guilty and
sentenced to seven yeHrs in tho penitentiary.
Peter Morgan, Chas. Nelson and Rich'd
Tuheain, assault with intent to rob, on
trial sdncc Thursday afternoon, jury failed
to agree and was discharged.
Chaa. Williams pleaded guilty to tho
second offense of petty larceny, and w8
given oue year in tho penitentiary.
Court adjourned sine die after issuing an
order for a special term to begin on tho
third Monday in October, and directing
the clerk to issue vanires for two pannnls
ot a traverse jury.
A WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE.
Iu tho Great Forepaugh Show, which
exhibits in this city Saturday Sept. 20th,
can bo seen Zola, tho Spanish lady artiste,
who crosses a three-quarter inch wire at the
dome of tho canvas, her feet and body in
cased in sacks reaching to her arms, using
no balance polo or counterweights. The
climax of tho wonderful performance is
reached when she walks bliiidfolded across
a slender wire high in mid air, using noth
ing to aid her in the perilous trip. Sho
also walks upon stilts over the same road
way, and performs the unparalleled feat of
trundiitig a wheelbarrow containing her
daughter along the swaying wire an act
requiring aim st superhuman skill and
nerve, ami is daily greeted by applause
from thousands who behold it with trem
bling hearts and wonder-lifted eyes.
W. C. T. U. OF ILLINOIS. j
The ninth annual meeting of the Illinois
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
began Wednesday in Carliaville at the
Presbyterian church. Delegates were pros-,
cut from seventeen districts and 228 local
auxiliaries. The state has a total of about 1
200 local auxiliaries, and about 0,000
members. Miss Frances E. Willard, of
Chicago, was in tho chair in tho abs ince of
Mrs. E. O. Hibben, of Peoria, who is in
Europe. A committee was appointed on
principles and plans of Illinois W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Mary B. Willard, chairman; Miss
Addio Goodrich, of Frccport, secretary.
Reports were made of local work from Mrs.
M. Smith, Berry, Hogans, Carse, Marcy
Miss Frances E. Willard became inter
ested in the tomporanco cause and one of
its most efficient workers from having a
brother who was liko Dick Swivellcr in his
fondness for tho rosy. In a late prohibition
address Miss Willard advised tho women
of the country to bo good naturod and per
sistent: "while tho enemy was brewing beer,
tho women could brew public opinion;
while thoy were distilling whisky, woman
could distill argument, and as they were
rectifying spirits, woman could rectify the
heart to fed and tho mind to think."
ILLINOIS LIQUOR DEALERS.
At the second day's session of tho liquor
dealers' convention the committee on by
laws made a report which was adopted. It
provides for a new apportionment to con
form senatorial districts, both as to ter
ritory and members, except that Cook
county forms a single district, and tho Chi
cago and Milwaukee Brewers' association
is constituted a district without territory.
The name was changed to tho Liquor
Dealer 'b Protective association.
The committco on agitation reported the
following, which was adopted:
Whereas it can easily ho demonstrated
that prohibitory legislation is not conducive
of truo temperance, hut has on tho con
trary always been tbe cause of an increase
of drunkenness and crime; and
Whereas it is necessary that -this fact bo
brought to the knowledge of the people,
who are erroneously belioving tho prohibi
tion of tho manufacture and sale of liquors
will stop the use and abuse of alcoholic
beverages ; therefore, he it
Resolved that it is the duty of the board
of trustees to sco to it that proper luforma-
tion as to the true effects of prohibition
and sumptuary legislation bo disseminated
as widely as possible py tho means of
lectures, speeches, newspapers, pamphlets,
statistics and other literature.
Resolved that trado papers now espousing
ourcausoaro entitled to tho hearty en
couragement of substantial support, both
on tho partot members ot the association
and board of trustees.
A resolution proposing to indorse tho
Democratic platform and stato ticket lod
to a warm debate, in which tho fact was
made pretty clear that tho members of tho
association propose to support tho Demo
cratic party in tho present campaign. Tho
resolution was opposed only on tho ground
of policy, It being decided inexpedient to
alienate Republicans and provoke tho
hostility of tho Republican press. The
amendment was finally withdrawn, as was
a substitute denouncing Chas. T. Stratton,
Republican nominee for strate superinten
dent, on account of alleged prohibition
Quincy was selected for tho next conven
tion. Delegates were appointed to tho na
tional convention at Milwaukee, Oct. 4.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
RErORT OF SPECIAL MASTER JONES IN THE
Frank II. Jones, special master in the
Cairo & St. Louis railroad foreclosure suit
in the United States circuit court, southern
district of Illiuois, on Tuesday, the l!)ih
inst., filed his report. It is quito a ponder
ous document, being about 200 pages of
legal cap. A little over n year ago all the
intervening claims against the Cairo & St.
Louis railroad company, to the number of
300 or more, and to the amount of f 300,
000, were referred to Mr. Jones to examine
tho law and tho evidence bearing on the
same, and report his conclusions to the
Tho decree of December 0, 1877, entered
in thiscause, appointing the receiver, Hen
ry W. Smithcrs, among other things pro
vided, that all claims for labor or supplies
furnished said road within the six months
immediately preceding Dec.C, 1877, should
bo paid out of the fund in the hands of the
receiver. In Ont. 1871, the railroad com
pany gavo to one Union Trust company of
New York, as trustee, a mortgage on its
road, property, franchises etc., then owned
and after to bo acquired to secure tho loan
to them of 2,500,000. Default was made
in some of tho payments, and the mortgsge
indebtedness, which with interest Amounted
to over 4,000,000.
The mortgagees raise a very nice ques
tion of law, aud ask that the payment out
of the fund in the hands of tho receiver be
postponed till after tho satisfaction of the
mortgage indebtedness. All claims that
come within the terms of tho decree of De
cember 0, 1877, Mr. Jones reported favor
ably upon. The litigation will doubtless
be carried to tho supreme court of the Uni
ted States, as counsel on both sides feel
confident of their view of tho law.
ONE FXPERIENCE FROM MANY.
I have been sick and miserable so long
and had caused my husband so much trou
ble and expense, no one seemed to know
what ailed mc, that I was completely dis
heartened aud discouraged. In this frame
of my mind I got a bottle of Hop Bitters
and used them unknown to my family.
soon began to improve and gained so fast
that my husbnnd and family thought it
strange and unnatural, but when I told
them what bad helped me, they said,
Hurrah tor Hop Hitters! long may they
prosper, for they havo made mother well
and us happy." The Mother.
I KTTER LIST.
LIST OK LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
KOR IN THE POSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL
SATURDAY, SEPTEMUER 23, 1882.
Able, Maggie Col
Henny, Liza Col
Roberts, Nellio '
Johnson, Z Mrs
Wheeler, Becky Col Whitaker, May
Wother, L M
Brodt, J E
Cole, R II (2)
Cake, 0 M
Forbs, T B
Brunt, L F
Davis, W W
Green, W S
Gillmore, J A Gen'l Hondorson, 8 E
Hampton, Sarah Houlihan, M
Lyons, W C
Marlett, M S
Ockerson, J A
Russell, J F
Robinson, D S
Johnson, W B
Knight, J U Capt
Morgan, W B
McCammon, M C
Sonrs, Clinton B
Thomas, N A
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, Postmaster.
Notlcei tn thla column three llnei or leaa 2Sconta
onolnaurtlon or fl.OJ lr week.
NO. ONE FERRYBOAT FOR HALE.1U
.- v K, ! ...b uu'llll, "... j luuu HQ
horao waoiia. Price four tlioiiannd dollar For
Information add'ea W, A. CADE,
iu ira ijeaveuwortn Kanraa.
pOR S4LK OR RICNT. The Three Htetri honae
and k.tehen, on Fourth atreut, hutwon Yvanhiiiff
ton and Walnut. Kor particulars apply to me at
the Three Stiten Hoiiho. 8t T. MAHONKY
LET Entire brick block, corner of Four
I tllnttl Hflfl Wtiwhltlfrl.lll .V1..I.I.. ttiwuu .it-.
aud throe nulla of room aultalile for llyhthnuiio.
veiling. APPivio im I,KACH.
On the l'rumlaea.
JiiOU SALK.- lllioilte. Chititul MortfHRea, Special
Warranty and Warranty Deuda at tha lliiiiniin
J oh ofllce7S Ohio Levee
T ) pntNTivn nm'iri.'Hu'ii .i,u.. . io.
atockof iUxtW, No. 1 "M" ue that wo will aell to
Sirintera only, In lota of not Ion than two reams, at
12 4iiperruam caah. AddreatE A.Burnett. Bui
A d AP 10 tmi.411 nnimip i,r. !..!. IA f-
condition, and li foot horizontal 'i iluo bollera,
with all tho valvea, pipes, new heater, drive well
naivi inn, uiv.,, HUW PIIIOKH llieii nil COmpiOlH,
pr'ce 0m Aildrma K. Burma, Cairo, 111, tf.
Collins' Grand Excursion.
LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI exposition
TU -iHDAY, SUPTEMB lilt 20 TU .
OMy m.M to Louisville and return Only 7.M)
tn Cincinnati and retnrn. All tlckels irood lor
SO days. D. K. KIN'fi, agent at Cairo.
Tickets for aale at IIIImoIh Col t ml office.
yOU ARE RK.M'ECTFULLY INVITED TO
Millinery, Fancy Goods Etc.,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ANT)
SATURDAY, M-:PT. 21, 22 and 23.
Takes This Method of Informing You of the
Upetillu 01 ller .New Stoek or
lie sure you ao and see Borne elegant French
Hat, the color, are the latest r Crushed Strawber
ry, Cadet Blue, Tena Colta Red, Cecil Oroen, &e.
She has on Exhibition Real Lhco ami
Hand-made Collars and All the
A NEW KKATl'RE A line line of HATS for
Hoys from 2 to li
HAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron and Muohino
Corntir Nlueih and Washington avxae,
ALL KINDS OF M f CHIN K
WultK. BOILER WORK AND
BLACKS I 1 11 1N PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TU AT RKASO.N nLF.
We cln havo a number of SECOND I1AND
ENGINES AND BulLERS, for rale cheap.
PROPRIETOR OF yPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholewilo Uoalor in Ieo.
ICE P Y TH E CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
P'f.'KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
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Cor, Twelfth Street and Leiee,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. ilHOHH, President. I P. N KIT, Vice Pres'nt
11. WELLS, Ciwhlur. I T. J. Kerth, Aaa't cash
F. Brnss Cu'ro I Wllllum Khito. .Cairo
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E. A. Budor " II. Well
J. Y. Clemsou, Caledonia.
A O EN Ell AT. MAN EI NO BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange, sold ntid bouetit . Inturuit paid it
theHavlnns Department. Collections tnudo and
all business promptly attnudod to.
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